Not to be too critical, but Murray's likely off the board at 30, Jackson is off the board at 62 (and could very well go in the first round), and probably Tyler, too. Not to mention, Okwuegbunam is not there in the 5th, either.
LoL, algorithms gonna algorithm and every now and then:
That would definitely add speed to the team.
Ruggs is WR1 in this draft, would be shocking if he was at 30. I’m actually not a big fan of Duggar, I think his level of competition makes him look more otherworldly than he is. Davis-Gaither is Oren Burks in my opinion, a big Safety that doesn’t really have a place in the league.
I'm trying to figure out why the mock boards have Lynn Bowden so low. He reminds of a bigger Randall Cobb: He has good hands, shields defenders away from the ball, tracks the deep ball well, very good return skills, good speed, and he's versatile. I know he played some QB last year due to injuries, but I think he was still the leading receiver on the team.
Yeah I don’t either. I want to see more polish in his route running, but you can’t fault him for not being able to hone his craft since Kentucky asked him to be their QB, RB, and WR at various times. He was successful at all of them but right now isn’t great at any of them. Doesn’t mean he can’t be though, I think he can be someone’s Deebo Samuel this year. Unless he flubs his pro day testing I think he’s easily at Day 2 player at some level. Tons of attitude and great instincts with the ball in his hands.
I think Jonathan Taylor's going to be a star in the NFL. I would be tempted to take him there, even though RB isn't a primary need.
I completely agree. JT has been constantly looked past his whole life and frankly, I don't get it. He wasn't highly thought of in high school but the Badgers saw something in him early on and they were dead right in their evaluations.
The ONLY thing I see maybe being a red flag is the fumbles.... but frankly, I think the guy is a top 15 type talent. Guys at 225 lbs. that run under 4.4 are rare freaks. Not only does he have freakish measurables, but he's got the production to back it up. And unlike a guy like Zeke Elliot, he's a class guy and actually very very smart.
To me, if he lasts late in the 1st round, I have to believe the Seahawks take him which would make me ill. He'd be perfect for them though. He would be a fantastic complement to Wilson. Hell, Wilson had pretty much nothing for RBs to help him out and he still came close to beating the Pack at Lambeau a couple of months ago. You give him JT to hand off to and I think the Seahawks might be the NFC favorite. I hope like heck that doesn't happen, but I could see it as a possibility based on where JT is projected in drafts.