What our picks look like after looking at Brugler's top 100

rambo2

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It looks like our 1st pick would either center, otackle, or dtackle.
20. Jackson Powers-Johnson c Oregon
27. Graham Barton c Duke
36. Zach Frazier c West Virginia

16. Taliese Fuaga ot Oregon State
17. Amarius Mims ot Alabama
18. Tyler Guyton ot Oklahoma

15. Byron Murphy dt Texas
30. Jer'Zhan Newton dt Illinois
33 T'Vondre Sweat dt Texas

They should get their running back in the 2nd or the 3rd.
73. Blake Corum rb Michigan
75. Brelon Allen rb Wisconsin
81. Bucky Irving rb Oregon
87. Audric Estime rb Notre Dame
89. Jaylen Wright rb Tennessee
92. Trey Benson rb Florida State
 

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It looks like our 1st pick would either center, otackle, or dtackle.
20. Jackson Powers-Johnson c Oregon
27. Graham Barton c Duke
36. Zach Frazier c West Virginia

16. Taliese Fuaga ot Oregon State
17. Amarius Mims ot Alabama
18. Tyler Guyton ot Oklahoma

15. Byron Murphy dt Texas
30. Jer'Zhan Newton dt Illinois
33 T'Vondre Sweat dt Texas

They should get their running back in the 2nd or the 3rd.
73. Blake Corum rb Michigan
75. Brelon Allen rb Wisconsin
81. Bucky Irving rb Oregon
87. Audric Estime rb Notre Dame
89. Jaylen Wright rb Tennessee
92. Trey Benson rb Florida State
I am starting to want Allen at RB bad. Love his size, speed, and age. But Benson from Florida St, looks like the real deal all around back. His balance is awesome.
 

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I am starting to want Allen at RB bad. Love his size, speed, and age. But Benson from Florida St, looks like the real deal all around back. His balance is awesome.
I'm thinking that they can get 1 of them between 56 and 75. A trade back might do the trick. If I was them, I would draft a back by 87.
 

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I'm thinking that they can get 1 of them between 56 and 75. A trade back might do the trick. If I was them, I would draft a back by 87.
Most definitely. Allen is my top back so far for what we do. Wisconsin ran out of the shotgun and ran up the gut a lot, just like our offense.
 

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Most definitely. Allen is my top back so far for what we do. Wisconsin ran out of the shotgun and ran up the gut a lot, just like our offense.
Allen makes a lot of sense and he is only 20 years old.
 

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Allen is my pet at this year! definitely want him to be our pick
He reminds me of Henry and he is only 20 years old. Gives us a big back that should be pretty good and they can add a 2nd back to go with him. I would like to have Jackson Powers-Johnson, E. Cooper, and Braelon Allen.
 

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He reminds me of Henry and he is only 20 years old. Gives us a big back that should be pretty good and they can add a 2nd back to go with him. I would like to have Jackson Powers-Johnson, E. Cooper, and Braelon Allen.
I like Estime a little better
 

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I'm thinking that they can get 1 of them between 56 and 75. A trade back might do the trick. If I was them, I would draft a back by 87.
Wait till the 3rd.
If they feel they should move up little in the 3rd, ok
 

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It looks like our 1st pick would either center, otackle, or dtackle.
20. Jackson Powers-Johnson c Oregon
27. Graham Barton c Duke
36. Zach Frazier c West Virginia

16. Taliese Fuaga ot Oregon State
17. Amarius Mims ot Alabama
18. Tyler Guyton ot Oklahoma

15. Byron Murphy dt Texas
30. Jer'Zhan Newton dt Illinois
33 T'Vondre Sweat dt Texas

They should get their running back in the 2nd or the 3rd.
73. Blake Corum rb Michigan
75. Brelon Allen rb Wisconsin
81. Bucky Irving rb Oregon
87. Audric Estime rb Notre Dame
89. Jaylen Wright rb Tennessee
92. Trey Benson rb Florida State
I think Benson may be the best RB in the draft.
 

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T'Vondre Sweat dt Texas
This dude is an enigma. Guys that big should not move that well, especially laterally. Not weighing in at Sr. Bowl a concern.

Is he committed to being great? Can he keep his weight under control? Does he love football? Can he take being coached hard by Zim?

If so then you can probably justify him at 24. There should be a Center at 56 or 87 if need be.

30. Jer'Zhan Newton dt Illinois
I think he will rise after Combine.

If we stay put on all of our picks I just feel like taking a RB is almost drafting solely for need, of course we may shore this up in FA too.
 

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I am starting to want Allen at RB bad. Love his size, speed, and age. But Benson from Florida St, looks like the real deal all around back. His balance is awesome.
I want Benson so bad
 

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I want Benson so bad
It will be interesting which back they get. With their current picks they need to grab one by pick 87. I think it would be best if they get a pick in trade between 56 and 75.
 

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It looks like our 1st pick would either center, otackle, or dtackle.
20. Jackson Powers-Johnson c Oregon
27. Graham Barton c Duke
36. Zach Frazier c West Virginia

16. Taliese Fuaga ot Oregon State
17. Amarius Mims ot Alabama
18. Tyler Guyton ot Oklahoma

15. Byron Murphy dt Texas
30. Jer'Zhan Newton dt Illinois
33 T'Vondre Sweat dt Texas

They should get their running back in the 2nd or the 3rd.
73. Blake Corum rb Michigan
75. Brelon Allen rb Wisconsin
81. Bucky Irving rb Oregon
87. Audric Estime rb Notre Dame
89. Jaylen Wright rb Tennessee
92. Trey Benson rb Florida State
I like Irving
 

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I waffle in how to approach the 1st pick. Obviously the OT are ranked higher due to position, but the Cs seem like safer picks (except Fuaga, who will be just fine). Mims and Guyton scare me as potential busts if the light bulb never comes on, but at the same time I want an OT more than a OC for positional value purposes
 
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