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  • #31

    1 (23) Andre Dillard, LT, Washington State
    2 (54) Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame
    2 (55) David Edwards, RT, Wisconsin
    3 (86) Devin Singletary, RB, FAU
    5 (161) Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
    6 (195) Phil Haynes, OG, Wake Forest
    7 (220) Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

    Ugo Amadi, S, Oregon
    Khari Willis, S, Michigan St
    BJ Blunt, S/LB, Mcneese St


    • #32
      Green Bay:
      1 (12) Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan
      2 (44) Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
      3 (75) David Montgomery RB, Iowa State
      4 (114) Lonnie Johnson, Jr., CB, Kentucky
      4 (118) Michael Deiter, OG, Wisconsin
      5 (150) Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma
      6 (185) Tyler Roemer, OT, San Diego State
      6 (194) Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame
      7 (226) Cameron Smith, LB, USC


      Jamal Peters, CB, Miss. State
      Eric Dungey, QB, Syracuse
      Natrez Patrick, LB, Georgia
      Deondre Douglas, WR, Troy
      Deion Harris, CB, North Dakota
      Logan Hunt, Edge, Georgia Southern


      • #33
        Miami Dolphins:

        1-13(13): Miami - Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
        2-16(48): Miami - Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, LA Tech
        3-14(78): Miami)- Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State
        4-14(116): Miami - Beau Benzschawel, G, Wisconsin
        4-28(130l): Miami - Martez Ivey, OT, Florida


        • #34
          Minnesota Vikings

          1-(18) Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
          2-(50) Taylor Rapper, S, Washington 3-(81) Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
          4-(120) Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis
          6-(190) Tyrel Dodson, LB, Texas A&M
          7- (247) Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan
          7- (250) Davante Davis, CB, Texas

          Blessaun Austin, CB, Rutgers
          Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State


          • #35
            Detroit Lions draft:

            1 - Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
            2 - Chris Lindstrom, G/C, Boston College
            5 - Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State
            6a - Donald Parham, TE, Stetson
            6b - John Cominsky, DE, Charleston
            6c - Ashton Dulin, WR, Malone
            7a - Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska
            7b - Ulysees Gilbert III, LB/S, Akron

            UDFA: Main Bids
            Dakota Allen, LB, Texas Tech
            William Sweet, OT, North Carolina
            Tanner Farmer, G, Nebraska

            Devlin Hodges, QB, Stanford
            Tyler Weigers, QB, Eastern Michigan

            Joe Protheroe, FB, Cal Poly
            John Santiago, RB/KR, North Dakota

            Emmanuel Butler, WR, Northern Arizona
            Davion Davis, WR, Sam Houston State
            Berkley Edwards, WR/KR/RB, Michigan
            Ron'Quavion Tarver, WR, Utah State

            Alec Eberle, C, Florida State

            Reggie Howard, DT, Toledo
            Chris Nelson, NT, Texas

            Junior McMullen, ILB, Miami (Ohio)
            Anthony Pittman, ILB, Wayne State
            Juwon Young, ILB, Marshall

            Tae Hayes, CB, Appalachian State
            Cam Lewis, CB, Buffalo
            Mazzi Wilkins, CB, South Florida
            Last edited by JCMElway; 04-21-2019, 03:53 PM.


            • #36
              Run down on our UDFAs:

              Dakota Allen, LB, Texas Tech -- Allen is an inside linebacker with good toughness and intangibles but lacks the speed and instincts teams look for in the middle. He plays with good short-area quickness and a willingness to stick his nose into oncoming traffic in order to leverage his gap and set his teammates up for success. With adequate athleticism and the potential to become a core special teamer, Allen could hear his name called in the later rounds of the draft.

              William Sweet, OT, North Carolina -- Anchored by his impressive 87.5 pass-blocking grade, Sweet finished the 2018 season ranked sixth in overall grade (81.2) among FBS tackles entering the 2019 NFL Draft with 400-plus offensive snaps played a year ago.

              Tanner Farmer, G, Nebraska -- Farmer, 6-3 3/8 and 315 pounds, did 39 reps on the bench press, which would have tied for the top mark in the bench at the NFL Draft Combine last week in Indianapolis along with Iosua Opeta from Weber State. Nobody else at the combine did more than 34. Farmer’s broad jump (9-10) would have tied Washington State’s Andre Dillard for the top mark among linemen at the combine and his 32½-inch vertical would have been tied with Ohio State’s Michael Jordan for fifth.

              Devlin Hodges, QB, Samford -- Four-year starter, Team captain for four years, Has a strong arm, Can fit the ball into a tight window, Gets good velocity on his throws, Throws well on the run, Quick release, Excellent touch on his throws, Uses pump fakes well, Accurate passer in the short/intermediate areas, Can throw from different angles and platforms, Heart and soul of the team, Displays scrambling ability when needed, Pocket passer, Impressive improvisational skills; Excels under duress and keep those eyes downfield, Very good pocket awareness, Has played well against top competition, Confident, gunslinger mentality. Hodges is a signal caller that hasn’t received much attention during the draft process. His size, small hands and sidearm delivery will cause some concern. However, he is an accurate QB with a strong arm and a quick release. He broke Steve McNair’s FCS record for passing yards. He will be an undrafted free agent, but he has the tools and the mental makeup to become a backup QB in the NFL.

              Joe Protheroe, FB, Cal Poly -- While Protheroe may not have the traits of an every-down back, he had an extremely productive college career which will draw NFL teams’ interests. The transition for him to an NFL-style offense will be tougher than most backs out of college but he is a gifted runner and will shine given the opportunity. In today’s NFL, running back by committee is what most offenses use and Protheroe will fit best as a compliment to a quicker ‘scat’ back. His combination of power and agility will serve him as a good change of pace back that will come in handy in short yardage situations.

              John Santiago, RB/KR, North Dakota -- POSSIBLE SLOT WR. Santiago's path to now training for a professional football career isn't your typical story of a highly-recruited player who developed into an elite talent at his position and is now an NFL prospect. Undersized at 5-foot-9 and 165 pounds out of St. Francis High School (Minnesota), Santiago arrived at UND in the summer of 2015 as a wide receiver. Injuries to the running back room in fall camp resulted in Santiago taking reps at WR and RB as a true freshman. In his collegiate debut, against FBS Wyoming no less, Santiago rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns.
              He didn't leave the lineup since, racking up awards every season such as Co-Big Sky Freshman of the Year and multiple FCS All-American honors as a running back and all-purpose player. Santiago's UND career featured 3,722 rushing yards and 29 TDs, 325 receiving yards and one TD, 2,186 kick return yards and a TD and 334 punt return yards and one TD. His ability to run the football, catch the football and return punts and kicks makes a career at the professional level within reach.

              Emmanuel Butler, WR, Northern Arizona -- 6’4 220 lbs. Because of his small school status Butler will be a late day three draft selection or possibly a UDFA, although I think he gets picked near the end of the 6th or early in the 7th round. I graded him out as a 5th round prospect which is high for most in the draft community, but I feel he has very good skills (ball skills, concentration, FB IQ, Character, leadership, etc). He will need to learn an NFL route tree and learn how to beat press coverage. He has never been timed but my guess is he will run between a 4.53- 4.63/40 which is ok for a receiver his size.

              Davion Davis, WR, Sam Houston State – POSSSIBLE SLOT WR. Davis (6'0/185) set season highs for receptions and yards yesterday, but it's his insane touchdown rate that is notable. Despite being a smaller receiver, the senior has 10 receiving touchdowns in seven games this season after scoring 17 touchdowns as a junior. Davis also has over 3,000 career receiving yards, so NFL scouts should have no issues with his college production. For Davis, it's a matter of it he can test well enough before the draft to get a shot at making into the NFL spin cycle.

              Berkley Edwards, WR/KR/RB, Michigan -- POSSSIBLE SLOT WR. Ultimate sleeper. At U-M’s pro day last month, Edwards, three weeks removed from a hamstring injury, ran the 40-yard dash in the low 4.3-second range, and he went through position drills at wide receiver despite never playing the position in college. Edwards said he spent some of his down time in the summer learning the intricacies of the wide-receiver position from his brother and other NFL players who train in Michigan, including ex-Wolverine Devin Funchess and DeVier Posey. Edwards tried out for the Lions at WR this Summer.

              Ron'Quavion Tarver, WR, Utah State – A 6-foot-3, 215-pound receiver, Utah State's Ron’quavion Tarver impresses at Shrine Game: Tarver continued his production into the second half with many big catches. He consistently fought through tacklers and showed his playmaking ability when targeted. In fact, he only had two missed targets on the day, one of which came on a back-shoulder throw by McMaryion down the sideline. Tarver was in the right position downfield, but an East safety made a truly impressive diving deflection to knock the pass away at the last moment. The intriguing prospect from Utah State finished his day with five receptions on seven targets for 66 yards while helping the West team squeak out a 21-17 victory. A three-year starter, Tarver finished his Utah State career ranking fourth all-time in school history with 160 receptions and seventh all-time with 18 touchdown receptions. He is one of just 20 players in school history with 100 career receptions and of 34 players with 1,000 career receiving yards. Tarver caught at least one pass in 37 straight games to finish his career and registered four career 100-yard receiving games.

              Alec Eberle, C, Florida State – Undersized center who lacks great upside but gets the most from his ability. Fundamentally sound, displays outstanding instincts as a blocker and has a good feel for the position. Fires off the snap into blocks, sets with a wide base and plays with proper pad level. Keeps his head on a swivel, shows terrific awareness and works well with teammates. Can slide in space, stays square and effectively uses his hands to keep defenders away.

              Chris Nelson, NT, Texas – 6’1, 315 lbs. Chris Nelson is leaving Texas as one of the more underrated prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft. Unfortunately, due to the scheme he was playing in at Texas, Nelson was unable to put up impressive numbers but certainly helped his stock at the East-West Shrine Game back in January. Nelson plays with a tremendous first step, is thickly built in his lower half, and has very strong hands at the point of attack. The former Texas Longhorn is very active in the running game as a nose but offers enough juice as a pass rusher to play as an under tackle as well. His versatility and scheme flexibility will certainly intrigue NFL teams. Nelson is used to doing the dirty work on the defensive line and is the definition of a team player.

              Junior McMullen, ILB, Miami (Ohio) – Camp Body. But super Hawt camp body.

              Juwon Young, ILB, Marshall – Former Miami Hurricane could be a special teams contributor and help on sub-packages if he gets his head screwed on straight.

              Tae Hayes, CB, Appalachian State – Projected draft round on Draft Blaster: Round 5-7. Excellent ability to change directions and body position without losing speed. Able to pivot to adjust to the routes of receivers. Experienced and has upper level football smarts. Would thrive in a primarily zone scheme, but has improved his press and man coverage in his senior season. Not a big defensive back, but willing and improving tackler.

              Cam Lewis, CB, Buffalo – 4.44 40 time. Athletic CB who has had workouts with the Lions and the Bills.

              Mazzi Wilkins, CB, South Florida -- One of the highlights of the Shrine game was Wilkins’ interception of Taylor Cornelius in the middle of the third quarter. Wilkins was able to break on a comeback route and step in front of the receiver to nab the pass. Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network mentioned that Wilkins has the quick twitch ability to succeed in the NFL, and that was evident during the game despite his limited snaps.


              • #37
                Detroit Lions Depth Chart with our Mock Draft and UDFA:
                Roster Limit -- 90. Because of roster size limitations we have to cut Tyler Weigers, Reggie Howard, and Antonio Pittman. Sorry guys.
                Bold is a draft selection.
                Italics is a UDFA.

                QB: Matthew Stafford, Connor Cook, Tom Savage, Devlin Hodges

                RB: Kerryon Johnson, Theo Riddick, CJ Anderson, Devine Ozigbo, Zach Zenner, Mark Thompson, John Santiago, Kerwynn Williams

                FB: Nick Bawden, Joe Protheroe

                WR: Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones, Brandon Powell, Ashton Dulin, Tommylee Lewis, Chris Lacy, Andy Jones, Emmanuel Butler, Ron'Quavion Tarver, Deontez Alexander, Brandon Reily,

                Slot WR: Danny Amendola, Davion Davis, Berkley Edwards

                TE: Jesse James, Michael Roberts, Donald Parham, Thomas Logan, Jerome Cunningham

                OT: Taylor Decker, Ricky Wagner, Tyrell Crosby, Oday Aboushi, William Sweet, Andrew Donnal

                OG: Frank Ragnow, Chris Lindstrom, Kenny Wiggins, Joe Dahl, Leo Koloamatangi, Tanner Farmer

                C: Graham Glasgow, Alec Eberle

                DE: Trey Flowers, Romeo Okwara, D'Shawn Hand, John Cominsky, Eric Lee, Mitchell Loewen, Jonathan Wynn

                DT: Snacks Harrison, A'Shawn Robinson, Jarron Jones, Chris Nelson

                LB: Jarrad Davis, Joshua Allen, Devon Kennard, Christian Jones, Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Steve Longa, Garret Dooley, Juwon Young, Tre' Williams, Junior McMullen

                CB: Darrius Slay, Rashaan Melvin, Teez Tabor, Jordan Brown, Andre Chachere, Jamal Agnew, Mike Ford, Tae Hayes Mazzi Wilkins, Dee Virgin, Marcus Cooper, Cam Lewis

                NB: Justin Coleman

                S: Quandre Diggs, Miles Killebrew, Tavon Wilson, Tracy Walker, Ulysses Gilbert, Andrew Adams

                K: Matt Prater

                P: Sam Martin

                LS: Don Muhlbach

                KR/PR: Jamal Agnew, Ashton Dulin, John Santiago