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#1 Oreycsg

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 12:22 AM

Here are picks that I know will never happen and Fanspeak is a crazy platform that never works. IF we could get this draft though I think it sets us up for a dynasty

 

28: R1P28 
EDGE DEREK BARNETT
TENNESSEE

Barnett didn't test great but that isn't his game anyways. He is a savvy edge rusher who can play the run as well as he can play the pass. He has a plethora of pass rush moves and a very high football IQ. He has been a leader on his team for 3 years and would add a cornerstone to a talent poor defense. 

 

60: R2P28 
CB SIDNEY JONES
WASHINGTON

The best CB in the draft, but he falls because of his injury suffered on his pro-day. Last year we took Jaylon Smith in the second round, and Jerry Jones said we wont be taking a player who cant contribute this year again, but a release from Sidney's doctor puts his pay date in August, and worst case scenario October. We have a huge need in our secondary and adding size, confidence, and scrappiness on the outside with a true shutdown corner in the second is worth waiting a month for him to get into playing shape.

 

92: R3P28 
EDGE DEMARCUS WALKER

FLORIDA STATE

Versatile pass rusher that reminds me a bit of a poor mans Cam Jordan. He has all the tools needed to get to the QB on a regular basis. Can play both sides of the line and can slide inside if needed. An upgrade to our depth, and has starting potential on a depleted Dline.

 

133: R4P26 
S JUSTIN EVANS
TEXAS A&M

This kid actually reminds me a lot of Karl Joseph. He is consistent, and will get his man. HARD hitting. Will provide a much needed upgrade in our secondary. Focuses in on his receiver, which could hurt him in the NFL with pass interference. Great hands, Great partner with Byron Jones that takes away a huge part of the field. 

 

211: R6P27 
WR AMBA ETTA-TAWO

SYRACUSE

6'1" WR with 4.49 speed and a 31 vert. He adds depth to our WR spot. He is very raw, but provides talent that can develop into a starter in a year or two. Explosive player, with speed to create separation. A late bloomer in college, but could be a real weapon to Dak as another tall  target. 

 

228: R7P10 
EDGE DEVONTE FIELDS
LOUISVILLE

I personally love this kid, I was mocking him to us in the 3rd earlier in the season, he is explosive, has great get off and a whole lot of pass rush moves, but the thing is he is  pass rush specialist, he sucks vs the run and could be taken advantage of. But his speed and bend could be used on this defense. He has a history of off the field issues, but in the 7th im more than willing to risk it for another draft day steal a la AB.

 

246: R7P28 
CB WILLIAM LIKELY III
MARYLAND

SHORT SHORT SHORT SHORT. Thats all I have to say as to why he is here. His talent sure isn't the reason. Great coverage guy with amazing instincts but god is he a tiny guy. In the 7th i'm looking at traits or talent. Likely has the Talent to be a slot starter NOW. Gives us depth at a position of need especially with our new #1 CB being out a few games to start the season. KR/PR specialist as well with great agility. Offers production on special teams and in relief on defense.

 

UDFA:

Gareon Conley CB Ohio St. (Rape allegations. La'el Collins type situation. Cut him if they are true)

Tony Conner SS Ole Miss 

Jalen Reeves-Maybin LB Tenn.

Pharaoh Brown TE Oregon

Speedy Noil WR Texas A&M

Avante Collins G TCU

Ben Boulware LB Clemson

Artavis Scott WR Clemson

Aaron Jones RB Texas El-Paso

Marquez Williams FB Miami (FL.)


SPEED at Corner

STRENGTH on the Line

Our Backers hit HARD

This STAR is gonna shine!

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#2 Bulletbob22

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 07:52 AM

Nice top 4. Regarding the Jones situation, just 3 sutures to repair the tear is good news coupled with the fact that it was the type of tear with the fastest recovery time. September (per his doctor) may be pushing it a little though. I get it about the Cameron Wake and Suggs comparisons but they play LB and DE respectively, which is a little different torque stress on the legs than the stop, go, turning and chasing of receivers. I would still be excited about the pick though even if he did sit this year. I am also curious about undersized OL Aviante Collins in your UDFA list to see if they can try him as a blocking TE or Fullback (goal line jumbo pkg).   :)


 
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#3 Handyman065

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 03:27 PM

Looks like a nightmare to me.


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