Timb2's Post Combine NFL Mock Draft,Additional Rounds Later,Trades & Reasons For The Pick

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  1. timb2

    timb2 Well-Known Member

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    Yes Oliver is very good,but teams overthink at times and a good player drops for no reason. Oliver being 6'-2",280 lbs might make teams look to all the other DTs in the draft who are heavier and with him not running, some teams will forget about him.
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    People were saying that about Patrick Mahomes and right before the draft his name was the hot name.Look at Tyree Jackson's highlights above. He has a lot of good stuff going for him. You sit him and let him be the understudy for a year and Jackson could be a good starter.... They sat Mahomes also for a year so he could grasp what they wanted him to do correctly.
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  3. TheDank

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    I like Tyree as well, but he's a long ways behind Mahomes prospect wise. His accuracy comes in spurts and his low completion percentage backs it up. His size, arm strength and athleticism are intriguing but there have been quite a few QB in the past few years that have failed with similar combos. My biggest problems with him are his slow release and how he stares down his targets. He's got a lot of tools but he'll take a lot of work and ultimately might end up playing TE in the league if he wants to stick around. Also I think sitting QBs is overrated, you learn more in a game than on the bench just depends on if you have the attitude to learn from early failures. If Alex Smith wasn't in KC and they weren't winning Mahomes would've played his rookie year and would be just as good today.

    Jackson reminds me more of Logan Thomas than Mahomes.
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  4. timb2

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    I disagree. Dan Marino sat for 10 games and John Elway started as a rookie and Dan Reeves had to pull him saying "I almost got him killed".... Some QBs can,but others need to see what to watch out for. before being thrown into the fire.
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    That was a different era, can’t hit the QB like they used to. Some teams still believe in this philosophy and I agree Tyree isn’t ready to play now, but I also don’t think he’ll be ready to be a starter two seasons from now either. His highlights do indeed look good, but go watch him every down on some of the Tyree vs Temple or any team and you come away with a better picture of what you’re actually getting. If you’re picking a guy in the top 10 and he’s not going to be ready to play in his first year at all, maybe you should reconsider. Late picks are for developmental guys.
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  6. timb2

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    2nd round continued

    34-Colts-Christian Wilkens DT Clemson

    35-Raiders-Josh Jacobs RB Alabama

    36-49ers-Devin Bush OLB Michigan

    37-Cardinals-N'Keal Harry WR Arizona State

    38-Jaguars-Irv Smith TE Alabama

    39-Buccaneers-Johnathan Abram S Mississippi State

    40-Bills-Miles Boykin WR Notre Dame

    41-Broncos-Nasir Adderley S Delaware

    42-Bengals-Jeffrey Simmons DT Mississippi State

    43-Lions-Jawaan Taylor OT Florida

    44-Packers-Mack Wilson ILB Alabama

    45-Falcons-Dre'Mont Jones DT Ohio State

    46-Jets-Jaylin Ferguson OLB Louisiana Tech

    47-Panthers-Michael Jackson CB Miami

    48-49ers-Beau Benzschawel OG Wisconsin

    49-Browns-D'Andre Walker OLB Georgia

    50-Vikings-Deionte Thompson S Alabama

    51-Titans-Chase Winovich OLB Michigan

    52-Steelers-Juan Thornhill S Virginia

    53-Eagles-Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

    54-Texans-David Edwards OT Wisconsin

    55-Texans-Cody Ford OG Okalhoma

    56-Patriots-Taylor Rapp S Washington

    57-Eagles-David Long OLB West Virginia

    ***58-Cowboys-Justin Hollins(6'-5",248 lbs)DE Oregon
    Reason-Randy Gregory & David Irving have put us in a bind and we need to look for another edge rusher. With Demarcus Lawrence probably the most prized free agent out there and Taco Charlton a questionmark and not even counting on Dorance Armstrong to be anything special. We need to get another edge rusher with elite speed. Hollins ran a 4.50 forty. Little raw,but hopefully he blossoms like players like Daniel Hunter & Ziggy Ansah. Good athletes but were raw coming into the NFL.

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    2nd round continued

    59-Colts-Caleb Wilson TE UCLA

    60-Chargers-Tre Lamar ILB Clemson

    61-Chiefs-DeAndre Baker CB Georgia

    62-Saints-Kahale Warring TE San Diego State

    63-Chiefs-Damien Harris RB Alabama

    64-Patriots-Porter Gustin DE USC
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    3rd Round

    TRADE Cardinals trade the 65th pick and trade back the Cowboys 3rd round pick(Cards 2 3rd round picks)
    65-Cardinals-TRADE to Cowboys receive LB Sean Lee,Tavon Austin,Rico Gathers,and Allen Hurns and 3rd in 2020

    65-Cowboys-Bryce Love(5'-10",196 lbs) RB Stanford

    Reason-We need a change of pace RB to give Elliott a breather. Love might be there at the top of the 3rd round.

    90-Amani Hooker(6'-0",203 lbs)S Iowa
    Reason-Could use a challenger to both safety positions.Hooker I do believe could end up a starter by 2020.Ran a 4.48 forty at the Combine

    5th Round

    165-Cowboys-Kavontae Turpin(5'-8",166 lbs)WR TCU

    Reason-Turpin is another weapon that should be ideal for us in punt returns and insurance because Cole Beasley is most likely a free agent casualty.Turpin is very fast and should be a exciting weapon

    6th Round

    200-Cowboys-Cody Barton(6'2",237 lbs) MLB Utah
    Reason-He becomes depth and special teams. Ran well at the Combine 4.64 forty,30 reps of 225 lbs,Last season had 116 tackles,10.5 tackles for loss,4 sacks,1 INT, 6 pass breakups

    7th Round

    242-Cowboys-Xavier Ubosi(6'-3",215 lbs)WR Alabama-Birmingham
    Reason-He has a big frame and could stick to the roster and become the big possesion receiver


    -Shawn Oakman DE Baylor

    Marcus Baugh TE Ohio State(AAF-San Diego Fleet)
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  9. timb2

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    2019 Cowboys Roster

    QB-Dak Prescott,Cooper Rush,Mike White

    FB- ,Rod Smith

    RB-Ezekiel Elliott,Bryce Love, Darius Jackson

    WR-Amari Cooper,Cedric Wilson,Kavontae Turpin

    WR-Michael Gallup,Noah Brown,Xavier Ubosi

    TE-Jason Witten,Dalton Schultz

    TE-Blake Jarwin,Marcus Baugh

    LT-Tyron Smith,Cameron Fleming

    LG-Connor Williams,Xavier Sua-Fila

    C-Travis Fredrick, Joe Looney

    RG-Zack Martin

    RT-Lael Collins

    RDE-Taco Charlton, Justin Hollins

    RDT-Ed Oliver, Datone Jones,

    LDT-Maliek Collins, Antuan Woods, Daniel Ross

    LDE-Demarcus Lawrence, Dorance Armstrong,Shawn Oakman

    WOLB-Damien Wilson, Justin March-Dillard,Joe Thomas

    MLB-Leighton Vander Esch, Cody Barton

    SLB-Jaylon Smith, Chris Covington

    CB-Byron Jones,Jourdan Lewis

    CB-Chidobi Awuzie,Anthony Brown

    FS-Xavier Woods, Amani Hooker

    SS-Jeff Heath, Kavon Frazier

    P-Chris Jones
    K-Brett Maher
    LS=LP LaDoucuer
  10. timb2

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    2-Ed Oliver DT Houston
    2-Justin Hollins DE Oregon
    3-Bryce Love RB Stanford
    3-Amani Hooker S Iowa
    5-Kavontae Turpin WR TCU
    6-Cody Barton MLB Utah
    7-Xavier Ubosi WR Alabama-Birmingham
  11. Verdict

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    Nick Bosa outside the top 10?
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  12. timb2

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    Jonathan Allen was too, a couple of years ago . I had him going to the Redskins and everyone was scratching their heads then,
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    Xavier Ubosi ran a 4.5 forty at his pro day. At 6'-3",215 lbs that is good enough. Looked up his stats for 2018...35 rec for 837 yards 23.9 yard per average with 8 TDs
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    Better highlights for Cody Barton. Guy was a former safety. Not great highlights but he has potential to be special teams and a backup.


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