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2016 Official Draft Thread

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  1. Silverphin

    Silverphin Well-Known Member

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    Houston selects DeAndre Washington, RB, Texas Tech
     
  2. Tractor Traylor

    Tractor Traylor Crafty Veteran

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    With pick 162, the Kansas City Chiefs select K Roberto Aguayo from Florida State University.
     
  3. Tractor Traylor

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    With pick 165, the Kansas City Chiefs select ILB Nick Vigil from Utah State.
     
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    Cardinals select Oregon State G/C Isaac Seumalo

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  5. NYGallday521

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    Eagles picked is autoed and they are given Aaron Wallace, LB, UCLA
     
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    With pick 169, the Detroit Lions select...

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    Jonathan Jones, CB, Auburn!!!




    Cornerback depth is always a need for any team, and we couldn't pass up on Jones any longer. While not possessing ideal size, he has all the athleticism and ball skills you could desire in a cornerback.
     
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  7. GridIronKing34

    GridIronKing34 Silently Judging You Club Member

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    With pick #168, the Carolina Panthers select Deiondre' Hall, DB, Northern Iowa.
     
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  8. UCFinfan86

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    With 171st pick the Seattle Seahawks selects...CB DJ White, Georgia Tech

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    1- OT Jack Conklin
    2- DT Adolphus Washington
    3- SS Miles Killebrew
    3- RB Paul Perkins
    4- OG Rees Odhiambo
    5- CB DJ White
     
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  9. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    With the 172nd pick, the Cleveland Browns select Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford


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    Instinctive tackling machine... developmental prospect who can still immediately be in the rotation. The Browns need some depth inside and lets face it, more charecters like him on the team.


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  10. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    With the 173rd pick, the Cleveland Browns select Kevin Byard, S, MTSU


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    Tracking down Kenyan Drake


    Another nice developmental prospect here, probably for the SS posistion but can contribute on special teams. Good insticts and 4.46 speed.


    [video=youtube;AIwgr67-0xI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIwgr67-0xI[/video]

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    [TD]1 Carson Wentz, QB, NDST[/TD]
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    [TD]2 Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State[/TD]
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    [TD]3 Darian Thompson, S, Boise State[/TD]
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    [TD]4 Hassan Ridgeway, DL, Texas[/TD]
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    [TD]4a Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU[/TD]
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    [TD]5 KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame

    5a Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford

    5b Kevin Byard, S, MTSU[/TD]
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  11. sports24/7

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    With the 174th pick, The San Francisco 49ers select...

    Nick Kwiatkoski, ILB, West Virginia

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  12. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    With the 176th pick, the Cleveland Browns select Victor Ochi, DE/LB, Stony Brook?

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    [video=youtube_share;qfdYUcMuU1A]https://youtu.be/qfdYUcMuU1A[/video]
     
  13. BuckeyeKing

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    With 177th selection in the 2016 NFL draft, the Tennessee Titans select...
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    D.J. Reader NT Clemson

    Reader is not the sum of his parts. Very athletic but still quite raw. Could develop into something but for not he is just a big space eater.
     
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  14. sports24/7

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    San Francisco selects Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan St.
     
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    Minnesota Vikings select at #180

    White Lightning II aka The German Blitzkrieg aka Das Wunderkind, WR Moritz Boehringer, Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns

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  16. dgfred

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    Sorry guys... was sick all day Monday.

    Chargers select with 175th pick- Keanu Neal FS (Florida)

    Chargers select with 179th pick- Jared Norris LB (Utah)


    Charger Draft:
    1. L. Tunsil OT
    2. J. Smith LB
    3. G. Glascow C
    4. B. Kaufusi DE
    5. K. Neal FS
    6. J. Norris LB


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  17. NYGallday521

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    Keanu Neal was already selected by New England at 61. Please re-pick.
     
  18. dgfred

    dgfred Free Agent pickup

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    Oooops... you can see what time it was. I was dreaming I had a pick and instead I had two.

    Chargers re-select with the 175th pick- Superback Dan Vitale (Northwestern)

    Chargers Draft:
    1. L.Tunsil OT
    2. J.Smith LB
    3. G.Glascow C
    4. B.Kaufusi DE
    5. D.Vitale RB
    6. J.Norris LB
    6.
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  19. UCFinfan86

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    At 170 Arizona is autoed QB Jake Coker, Alabama
     
  20. UCFinfan86

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    With the 181st pick the Jaguars select...TE Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky

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    1- DE Joey Bosa
    2- CB Kendall Fuller
    3- LB Deion Jones
    4- OG Vadal Alexander
    5- FS DeAndre Houston-Carson
    6- TE Tyler Higbee
     
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  21. VanDolPhan

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    With the 182nd pick Baltimore selects:

    Chris Moore, WR, Cincinnati
     
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  22. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    With the 183rd pick in the draft, the Tampa Bay Bucs select Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA

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    Everyone says they get their sleeper, but I'm honestly high on this kid. Primarily used as a receiver at UCLA, he is a fast twitch excellent route runner. Needs to develop as a blocker, but has the frame to put on some more weight from his 230 combine weigh in. When you never know when ASJ will make it to the field, Tampa gets another athletic big man. Can you imagine a redzone with Evans, VJackson, ASJ, and Duarte? Impressive.

    [video=youtube;l_fMwXRJNbM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_fMwXRJNbM[/video]

    Tampa Draft Tracker

    1) Vernon Hargreaves III, DB, Florida
    2) Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame
    3) Sheldon Day, DL, Notre Dame
    4) Max Tuerk, OL, USC
    5) Terrance Smith, LB, Florida St
    6) Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA
     
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  23. Boik14

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    With pick 184 in the NFL Draft the New York Giants select: Tamarrick Hemingway TE South Carolina State


    Boom. There's a stud TE haters. :evil: :lol:
     
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  24. NYGallday521

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    With the 187th pick in the 2016 NFL Mock Draft, the Washington Redskins select:


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    Devon Cajuste
    School: Stanford | Position: TE/WR | Experience: RS Senior | Height: 6'4" | Weight: 234 lbs | Arm Length: 33" | Hand Size: 10 3/4"
    40 YD: 4.55 (Pro Day)| Bench: 14 (Pro Day)[B][B][B][B][B][B][B][B] |[B] Broad: 123" | [B]3-Cone: 6.49 | [B]Shuttle: 4.20[/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B][/B]

    [B][LEFT][B]Positives:
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    • Big body guy fitting the mold of a possession WR/athletic TE prospect. Runs well for his size and easily boxes out defenders. Massive 80" wingspan and huge mitts to make one-handed receptions (pictured above)
    • Plays well in contested catch situations with the body control and play strength to beat DBs and even LBs. Ridiculous catch radius.
    • Versatile player. A true hybrid, can play in line, at H-back, split out wide, or in the slot.
    • Prototypical red-zone target with the size, strength, hands, and leaping ability to work on fades.
    • Smooth release and gets up to his top speed quickly.
    • Willing blocker with enough size to get in the way.

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    [B]Negatives:
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    [*=left]Quicker than fast and doesn't have the speed to breakaway from defenses. Not a huge threat to take the top off a defense, though he has shown effectiveness in vertical routes.
    [*=left]Not a refined blocker. Will need to add strength and technique if he is to play full-time, in-line.
    [*=left]Not a true fit, just yet, at either WR or TE. Too lumbering to play WR full-time and not a good enough blocker to stay at TE. A rotational piece for now.
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    Pro Comparison: Julius Thomas, Jacksonville



    Overview:

    The Redskins are thrilled to add Devon Cajuste to a solid stable of WRs and TEs. This is a two-fold addition for a team that desperate needs depth at outside receiver and also "move" tight end. Behind Garcon and Jackson there isn't much there and with Jordan Reed's injury history, its important to add someone who has pass-catching ability. Cajuste can expertly fill both needs at the same time and work as the no. 4 WR and/or no. 2/3 TE.
     
  25. NYGallday521

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    With the 185th pick in the 2016 NFL Mock Draft, the Chicago Bears select:


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    Dean Lowry
    School: Northwestern | Position: DL | Experience: Senior | Height: 6'6" | Weight: 296 lbs | Arm Length: 31" | Hand Size: 9 3/8"
    40 YD: 4.87 | Bench: 30 | Broad: 114" | 3-Cone: 7.26 | Shuttle: 4.38
    Positives:


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    [*=left]Powerful DL who converts speed to power after his initial burst off the snap. Strong hands to control OL and does not get washed out of the play very often.
    [*=left]When playing with good pad level, often times will walk OL back into the QBs lap and contest/pressure passes.
    [*=left]Great body length and mass to play the 5. Uses his height to bat balls down.
    [*=left]Very good, reliable tackler. Gets off blocks to take the ball carrier down and breaks down well in space.
    [*=left]Competitive intensity never runs out; motor always runs hot. Great work ethic, locker room leader.
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    [*=left]Pad levels can rise, leading to ineffectiveness. Does have some issues getting off blocks fast enough.
    [*=left]Does not have pass rush moves yet and will need to learn more complex techniques beyond a simple speed rush or bull rush.
    [*=left]Very short arms and small hands for a DL. Will need to make up for it with power and technical ability.
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    Pro Comparison: Henry Anderson, Indianapolis



    Overview:

    Chicago is glad to get a late round riser in recent weeks, a player who's relentless attitude is a good indicator of the type of guy he can be at the next level. Lowry may not be a physical freak but he is a very effective defensive lineman who plays with good power and run-stopping ability while being able to push back into the QBs lap. The Bears have a very intriguing group of 5 techs for their 3-4 defense including Ego Ferguson, Akiem Hicks, Will Sutton, and a few others. Lowry does not bring a certain star power to a solid but unspectacular group but he should still be an effective role-player who could become a force in the next several years.
     
  26. GridIronKing34

    GridIronKing34 Silently Judging You Club Member

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    With pick #188, the Eagles select Brandon Doughty, QB, Western Kentucky.


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  27. dgfred

    dgfred Free Agent pickup

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    With the 189th pick in the 6th Rd the Dallas Cowboys select- Bryce Williams TE (East Carolina University)

    Got to get the next Witten... not exactly known for his blocking either. Cowboys top-5 rated TE and my alma mata ;) . Excellent pass receiver, good hands and footwork.

    Cowboys Draft:
    1. M. Jack LB
    2. K. Dodd DE
    3. J. Mills CB/S
    4. A. Collins RB
    4. K. Hogan QB
    6. B. Williams TE
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  28. UCF FINatic

    UCF FINatic The Miami Dolphins select

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  29. Stitches

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    With pick 191, the Detroit Lions select...

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    Avery Young, OL, Auburn!!



    Every team can always use quality linemen to develop. While Young may be limited to RT or RG in the NFL, he's hes got plenty of physical tools to work with and is worth a shot at this point in the draft.
     
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  30. sports24/7

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    Miami selects Jason Fanaika, DE, Utah

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    With pick 192, the Buffalo Bills select...

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    Anthony Zettel, DL, Penn State!!


    Anthony has a high motor and toughness, to go along with the size and athleticism to line-up inside and out. He'll be a great addition to Rex Ryan's war chest as Zeller and Nkemdiche offer plenty of versatility to play with and create havoc for opposing offensive lines.
     
  32. BuckeyeKing

    BuckeyeKing Wolves DYNASTY!!!!

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    Picking from phone.

    Titans select Anthony Fabiano OG/C Harvard
     
  33. Silverphin

    Silverphin Well-Known Member

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    Oakland selects De'Vondre Campbell, LB, Minnesota
     
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  34. Silverphin

    Silverphin Well-Known Member

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    Houston selects Nila Kasitati, Guard, Oklahoma
     
  35. schisno

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    New England Patriots select DB Tyvis Powell, Ohio State with #196
     
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  36. 305

    305 Ryan F'n Tannehill Club Member

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    With the 197th pick, the Tampa Bay Bucs select David Perkins, Edge, Illinois St


    [video=youtube;oG4wRWbjPTI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG4wRWbjPTI[/video]


    At this point in the draft you look for potential, and this kid has it. 6'3 240 4.43/40 22 bench; plays quick and with good vision. 'Bang' for your buck.


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    Plus any guy that knocks the **** out of Brutus is a winner in my book.

    Tampa Draft

    1) Vernon Hargreaves III, DB, Florida
    2) Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame
    3) Sheldon Day, DL, Notre Dame
    4) Max Tuerk, OL, USC
    5) Terrance Smith, LB, Florida St
    6) Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA
    6) David Perkins, Edge, Illinois St
     
  37. dgfred

    dgfred Free Agent pickup

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    With the 198th pick (from Minn) of the 6th round the Chargers select: Clayton Fejedelem FS (Illinois)

    Started as a walk-on and ended as one of the team captains. Great competitor that plays like a mini-linebacker on the field. As stout as they come against the run. With Jalen Smith, B.Kaufusi and J.Norris already picked up in this draft (and C.Hayward in FA) it is another piece to getting a solid defense... the thorn in the Chargers side for several years now. Fejedelem is a film room junkie, with a strong background on special teams. Needs some work with footwork technique and better back-peddle. Had 140 tackles averaging 11.7 tackles a game. Lunch-pail mentality... much needed on our D.

    Charger Draft:
    1. L.Tunsil OT
    2. J.Smith OLB
    3. G.Glascow C
    4. B.Kaufusi DE
    5. D.Vitale RB
    6. J.Norris ILB
    6. C.Fejedelem S
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  38. indecisivepizza

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    With the 199th Pick in the 2016 GM League Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select:

    Roy Robertson-Harris



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    School: UTEP | Position: DE | Experience: Redshirt Senior | Height: 6-7 | Weight: 255 | Arm Length: N/A | Hand Size: N/A
    40 YD: 4.84 | Bench: 23 | Vertical: 35" | Broad: 119” | 3-Cone: 7.31 | Shuttle: 4.26

    Overview:
    Cousin of former pro-bowl offensive lineman Carl Nicks, Robertson Harris is an intriguing prospect. Standing at 6’7" with length that you just can’t teach, Harris was a disruptive force last season even though he only managed 3.5 sacks, recording 9.5 tackles for loss and 4 forced fumbles. Long and agile, covers ground with his first step and bends the edge fairly well, this could be a name we haven’t heard the last of.

    Strengths:

    • Eye-catching frame that looks like it belongs to an NFL player.
    • Long armed with intriguing athleticism.
    • Flashes excellent twitch in his get-off when stunting and can be very disruptive against the run.
    • Had 45 percent of his tackles come within two yards or less of the line of scrimmage.
    • Has play strength to play through a blocker's edge once he gets to the gap.
    • Outstanding change of direction talent serves him well against both run and boot-action passes.
    • Works his way off of blocks with spin move or aggressive club shed.
    • Has tools to be a much more impactful pass rusher.
    • Named team captain in 2015.
    • Showed growth and maturity as person and player over last two seasons.
    • Compares to Jason Jones


    Weaknesses:

    • Career production didn't match his athleticism.
    • Pad level needs work.
    • Plays too upright at times limiting his natural burst, power and athleticism.
    • Not a natural pass rusher yet.
    • Feet get sluggish as rusher once first contact is made.
    • Needs to get better at seeing and playing through pass blocker rather than being involved with so much hand fighting.
    • Hand usage needs improvement.
    • Instincts for the game can be hit or miss.
    • Scouts worry that he might be a high-*rep player who will need additional time and work.


    GM Says:



    Bottom Line:
    Robertson-Harris will step onto the field at his first NFL camp looking like a dude. He has the desired length, power and athleticism to play on the edge and it will be interesting to see if teams view him as a defensive end or a standup player. If Robertson-Harris can get coached up to improve his hands and pass-rush talent, he has the athleticism and talent to become an NFL starter rather than just an athlete with occasional flashes on tape.


    [video=youtube;0x6DFMpvPkc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x6DFMpvPkc[/video]​

    Cincinnati's draft to date:
    1.24 - SAM Leonard Floyd, Georgia
    2.55 - WR Braxton Miller, Ohio State
    3.87 - CB Xavien Howard, Baylor
    4.122 - C Jack Allen, Michigan State
    5.161 - DT/DE Darius Latham, Indiana
    6.199 - DE/OLB Roy Robertson-Harris, UTEP
    7.245 - DT/DE Aziz ****tu, Stanford
     
  39. indecisivepizza

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    With the 200th Pick in the 2016 GM League Draft, the Green Bay Packers select:​

    Tajae Sharpe

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    School: UMass | Position: WR | Experience: Senior | Height: 6-2 | Weight: 194 | Arm Length: 32 1/4” | Hand Size: 8 3/8”
    40 YD: 4.55 | Broad: 114.0" | Bench: 11 | Vertical: 33.5"


    Overview:
    This tall, lean receiver presents problems for defenses on short, intermediate, and deep routes. The two-time first-team All-MAC pick caught 85 passes for 1,281 yards and seven touchdowns in his junior year, setting up big expectations for 2015. He exceeded those expectations, winning second team All-American honors from the Walter Camp Foundation by leading the nation with 9.3 receptions per game (total of 111) and ranking sixth in yards per game (109.9-yard average). Sharpe also finished his career catching a pass in every game he played for the Minutemen.


    Strengths:

    • Has staccato footwork that works in his favor.
    • Able to shake press coverage and get into routes quickly.
    • Gets to top speed quickly.
    • Plus route-runner with athleticism to sink hips and break routes off sharply.
    • Can stutter, shift and sell complex routes to create doubt in cornerbacks.
    • Worked outside and from slot and hit on almost the entire route tree.
    • Reliable target who drew double teams.
    • Scouts love his humble personality and eagerness to take coaching and get better.
    • Supple hands are automatic when he has room to catch it.
    • Has improved football IQ under current head coach and former NFL coach, Mark Whipple.
    • Compares to Devin Street

    Weaknesses:

    • Narrow frame needs more muscle and overall play strength.
    • Without a clean release, can be slowed or completely redirected by press.
    • Average in contested catch situations.
    • Needs to get better at using body effectively to shield the catch and create space.
    • Long speed not overly threatening.
    • Can't break tackles to maximize run after catch potential.


    Scout Says:
    - NFC East Area Scout

    GM Says:


    Bottom Line:
    Sharpe is the most productive receiver to come out of UMass, and as a receiver who turned 21 in December, it is conceivable that he could still be filling out his long frame. Sharpe has the athleticism, hands and feel for space to work from the slot and the size and route acumen to work outside. It might take a year, but he has the talent and football character to become a productive NFL receiver.


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    Green Bay's draft to date:
    1.27 - NT Kenny Clark, UCLA
    2.57 - ILB Kentrell Brothers, Missouri
    3.88 - OLB/S Eric Striker, Oklahoma
    4.125 - RB Jonathan Williams, Arkansas
    4.131 - CB Harlan Miller, Southeastern Louisiana
    4.137 - ILB Steven Daniels, Boston College
    5.163 - OT Willie Beavers, Western Michigan
    6.200 - WR Tajae Sharpe, UMass
    7.248 - TE Darion Griswold, Arkansas State
     
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  40. UCFinfan86

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    With 201st pick the Jaguars select...QB Jacoby Brissett, NC State. Hopefully after a year of development the Jaguars can finally say bye to good ole Chad Henne.

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    1- DE Joey Bosa
    2- CB Kendall Fuller
    3- LB Deion Jones
    4- OG Vadal Alexander
    5- S DeAndre Houston-Carson
    6- TE Tyler Higbee
    6- QB Jacoby Brissett
     
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