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Old 01-12-2018, 02:10 AM   #16
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1st draft with assuming we need QB:

13: R1P13 - QB JOSH ALLEN - WYOMING
44: R2P12 - LB TREMAINE EDMUNDS - VIRGINIA TECH
78: R3P14 - DL DA'RON PAYNE - ALABAMA
115: R4P13 - RB SONY MICHEL - GEORGIA
151: R5P12 - CB IMAN MARSHALL - USC
192: R6P14 - WR AUDEN TATE - FLORIDA STATE
232: R7P13 - G BRADEN SMITH - AUBURN
242: R7P23 - EDGE LORENZO CARTER - GEORGIA
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Old 01-17-2018, 11:18 PM   #17
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Isaiah Wynn, OT/G/C, Georgia*
Height: 6-2. Weight: 302.*
Projected 40 Time: 5.10.*
Projected Round (2018): 2-3.*
1/6/18:*Wynn has impressed scouts this season as an excellent run blocker for the Bulldogs. He blocks with aggression and has a temperament that is hard to find in college blockers. In pass protection, Wynn has been very dependable as well.*

Because he is shorter and doesn't have ideal length, some sources think that Wynn could move to guard or center in the NFL. Wynn started at left guard in 2016, but scouts think he is athletic enough to also play center. Wynn's size and skill set has drawn comparisons to Kelvin Beachum, who is undersized but has managed to carve out a career at left tackle in the NFL. Wynn is just a natural football player who finds a way to get the job done, thus he might end up sticking at left tackle.

Read more:*http://walterfootball.com/draft2018OT.php#ixzz54VPWftgO

I like this kid, could be a good pick up if he drops to the 3rd or 4th.

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Isaiah Wynn, OT/G/C, Georgia*
Height: 6-2. Weight: 302.*
Projected 40 Time: 5.10.*
Projected Round (2018): 2-3.*
1/6/18:*Wynn has impressed scouts this season as an excellent run blocker for the Bulldogs. He blocks with aggression and has a temperament that is hard to find in college blockers. In pass protection, Wynn has been very dependable as well.*

Because he is shorter and doesn't have ideal length, some sources think that Wynn could move to guard or center in the NFL. Wynn started at left guard in 2016, but scouts think he is athletic enough to also play center. Wynn's size and skill set has drawn comparisons to Kelvin Beachum, who is undersized but has managed to carve out a career at left tackle in the NFL. Wynn is just a natural football player who finds a way to get the job done, thus he might end up sticking at left tackle.

Read more:*WalterFootball.com: 2018 NFL Draft: Offensive Tackle Rankings

I like this kid, could be a good pick up if he drops to the 3rd or 4th.

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Maybe, but I would sign FA G Norwell and save the picks for defense
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Old 01-18-2018, 01:02 AM   #19
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Maybe, but I would sign FA G Norwell and save the picks for defense
Yeah, he's apparently the best guard in the league and young, but he's probably going to command close to 13 mil / year. I'm not sure we can sink that much into G. Certainly not if we sign Cousins.

Also, we have our own homegrown talent to sign (Spencer Long). Im not sure we need a high priced probowler, it's already our strongest unit. Injuries do happen though, and it seems like you need to always be developing young lineman. I really like some of our backup guys like Nsekhe and Kouandjo, but we need a young versatile guy or two that can be plugged in anywhere on the line and be at least good and potentially develop into the next starter wherever they fit best on the line.

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Yeah, he's apparently the best guard in the league and young, but he's probably going to command close to 13 mil / year. I'm not sure we can sink that much into G. Certainly not if we sign Cousins.

Also, we have our own homegrown talent to sign (Spencer Long). Im not sure we need a high priced probowler, it's already our strongest unit. Injuries do happen though, and it seems like you need to always be developing young lineman. I really like some of our backup guys like Nsekhe and Kouandjo, but we need a young versatile guy or two that can be plugged in anywhere on the line and be at least good and potentially develop into the next starter wherever they fit best on the line.

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$13 million would be the highest paid guard in the NFL. I would pay him $10.

Reportedly the Redskins are not interested in signing Long. And Kouandjo is nothing special.
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$13 million would be the highest paid guard in the NFL. I would pay him $10.

Reportedly the Redskins are not interested in signing Long. And Kouandjo is nothing special.
http://www.detroitlionspodcast.com/l...ndrew-norwell/

I really don't know Norwell, and not that this is a definitive source, but if it is accurate that he rates out as the best Guard in the NFL this year than I would expect as a free agent he would be looking to be the highest paid.

That's interesting about Long, where have you heard this? From everything that I have read he seems to be a solid starter, but I haven't paid close attention.

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Looking At Possible Detroit Lions Free Agent Targets: Guard Andrew Norwell

I really don't know Norwell, and not that this is a definitive source, but if it is accurate that he rates out as the best Guard in the NFL this year than I would expect as a free agent he would be looking to be the highest paid.

That's interesting about Long, where have you heard this? From everything that I have read he seems to be a solid starter, but I haven't paid close attention.

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Kiper for what its worth has us taking Baker at 13
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Kiper for what its worth has us taking Baker at 13
Can't rule it out until we know what's going to happen with Kirk. And I can't definitively say that letting Kirk go and drafting Baker wouldn't be the best thing for our future.

I'd rather keep Kirk and draft a defensive lineman at 13. But who knows.
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Can't rule it out until we know what's going to happen with Kirk. And I can't definitively say that letting Kirk go and drafting Baker wouldn't be the best thing for our future.

I'd rather keep Kirk and draft a defensive lineman at 13. But who knows.
If we lose Kirk I've said all along that I want BM, not just because I'm a Sooner but because the dude is a playmaker that is hungry to show people he is the real deal.
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Thanks, ok, I guess I can get behind that if they don't think he's strong at guard, it would have been nice to have a built in backup at center, but that can be accomplished with someone who is also a strong starter at guard.


What concerns me more from that article though is Zach Brown, he was really a difference maker, if they aren't able to pay him I wonder what the plan would be to replace him.

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Baker Mayfield Scouting report from Walter football


Strengths:
Play-maker

Gunslinger attitude
Instincts
Can be an accurate passer with good ball placement
Throws receivers open
Excellent touch passer
Throws a very catchable ball
Superb ball placement and timing to lead receivers for yards after the catch
Throws with good timing
Mobility
Escapability to extend plays
Difficult to sack
Good at throwing on the run
Can pick up yards on the ground
Enough arm to make all the throws in the NFL
Leadership potential


All of the ones in bold are the big pros he can bring and is why many compare him to Russell Wilson.

Weaknesses:
Undersized; shorter than ideal
Poor footwork
Gets happy feet in the pocket
Inconsistent field vision
Can have issues reading the field
Teams question how will he perform when forced to stay in the pocket?
Didn't play a lot of top competition
Maturity
Will need more development for working under center
Transition from a college-style to pro-style offense
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Thanks, ok, I guess I can get behind that if they don't think he's strong at guard, it would have been nice to have a built in backup at center, but that can be accomplished with someone who is also a strong starter at guard.


What concerns me more from that article though is Zach Brown, he was really a difference maker, if they aren't able to pay him I wonder what the plan would be to replace him.

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The Skins can afford to pay Zach Brown what he's worth - probably $7M per - but they just don't want to pay him. Same dumb-ass FO we all know! The guy was a true stud for us, but NO.
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From the Oklahoma games I've seen, his teammates seam to love the guy and rally around him. I think he's worth the chance if there at 13. And hope his play (play only) is like a young Drew Brees or R. Wilson and less like Manziel/RG3. Hell, I'd take him, playing like this years Keenum. All QB have a risk, sometimes you just gotta go for it.
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