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    Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    It's better than Fanspeak's On The Clock

    https://thedraftnetwork.com/mock-draft-machine

    Many of the scouting reports are off 2018 film as of now. Updates of reports to reflect the 2019 season are in process.
    The effort and detail are excellent, especially the reports from several different writers all in the player draft profile.


    • 22 Laviska Shenault Jr., WR Colorado
    • 54 Jonathan Greenard , EDGE Florida
    • 86 Brycen Hopkins, TE Purdue
    • 118 Jack Driscoll, OT Auburn
    • 137 Lamical Perine, RB Florida
    • 149 Stanford Samuels III, CB Florida State
    • 168 Naquan Jones, IDL Michigan State
    • 181 Quintez Cephus, WR Wisconsin
    • 187 Kellen Mond, QB Texas A&M


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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    I did an auto draft just for giggles...


    • 22 K'Lavon Chaisson , EDGE
    • LSU
    • 54 Brandon Aiyuk , WR
    • Arizona State
    • 86 Larrell Murchison , IDL
    • NC State
    • 118 Jared Pinkney , TE
    • Vanderbilt
    • 137 John Simpson , IOL
    • Clemson
    • 149 Chase Lucas , CB
    • Arizona State
    • 168 Justin Herron , OT
    • Wake Forest
    • 181 Mohamed Barry , LB
    • Nebraska
    • 187 A.J. Dillon , RB
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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    Looking forward to checking it out in a day or two. I'm just starting to do my draft research. What happened to Draftboy ? He's usually lively this time of year.

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    I like Chaisson, but sometimes he's not there and Shenault is. Sometimes both are gone. If it gets close I honestly wouldn't be surprised if McBeane moved up for one of them.

    22-CB-Trevon Diggs-Alabama
    54-Edge-Terrell Lewis-Alabama
    86-WR-Michael Pittman Jr-USC
    118-RB-AJ Dillon-Boston College

    Diggs would step right into the spot opposite Tre'. Excellent in zone, can play press. A little bigger than McD seems to like in a corner, but he's an athlete.
    Lewis probably isn't a Day 1 starter, but he'll take either Lawson's or Murphy's spot in the rotation (whichever one doesn't come back). Probably a better pass rusher tahn both.
    Pittman = a big body to challenge Duke for the third WR spot.
    Dillon is the thumper to replace Gore.

    After the above it's just grabbing athletes for special teams and depth, maybe one of them plays over their head...

    S-JR Reed, Georgia...LB Jordan Mack, Virginia...EDGE-Michael Divinity, JR, LSU...WR Juan Jennings, Tennessee...OL-Saahdik Charles, LSU

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    Its wayyy too early for this but I had to get my mind of things and a mock draft won't get me in trouble or cause a hangover tomorrow so its not a bad idea. So here goes for now.

    I 22. Henry Ruggs III -WR Alabama.

    I know everyone is thinking big WR, but this is too much speed and too much playmaking ability to pass up. Him and John Brown can mess up some secondaries if they are used right and Allen can somehow hit either one in stride. I also serioiusly doubt he'll be there at 22.

    2 54. Terrell Lewis- Edge Alabama.

    I also don't expect him to be there at 54, but he was..so I took him. I don't like everything about him, but I also know he can be a force, and am confident McD will know how to use him.

    3 86. Ben Bartch - OT St. John.

    Now that you're done chuckling about the DIII OT you haven't heard of...he had a really good week at the Senior Bowl and his stock is up. How did he stack up?

    At the 1 minute mark, here he's up against Terrell Lewis, the uber athletic DE from Bama, who will probably go late 1 or early round 2.



    Watch his feet, watch how well he mirrors without lunging. Very good balance.

    At 5:35 of the video, he goes against Zuniga from FLorida, who might go as high as the low 2nd..same result as with Lewis. Moves his feet great, changes direction with the block, stays in form. His feet are going to make him money in April.

    But how did he do against Javon Kinlaw...a guy that was supposedly unblockable for the first two days?



    DIII won that battle.

    Yeah, if there in the third...make him a BIll...put him at RT and move FOrd to the inside.

    4 118 Mr. Badass, LB Miami

    Shaquille Quarterman is a two time 1st team All ACC MLB. He averages around 90 tackles a year and has a highlight reel that screams LINEBACKER.



    When he hits someone, forward progress stops...no ifs ands or buts. I'm sure he has some shortcomings..he probably won't be as fast as some, but its the 4th round. And that's a guy I want on my side.

    5 137 Adam Trautman TE Dayton

    I like Knox, but another TE target never hurts. Another small school guy and a former basketball player. Had 900 yards and 14 TD's for Dayton...and he knows how ot go up for the ball.

    6 149 Lamical Perine Florida.

    I just like the way he runs. a good one cut and up the field guy. A good complement to Singletary.

    7 168 AJ Green CB Oklahoma St.

    A taller CB at about 6' 1", team leader and well respected. A McD type of player.

    8 181 Isaiah Hodgins Oregon St.

    The big WR people are looking for. Productive his jr year with 1100 yards and 13 TDs. More than worth a shot at 181.

    9 187 Scott Frantz, OT Kansas State.

    4 year stater at OT for Kansas State. Was the other bookend up Dalton Risner last year. A good, solid OT who will be decent depth.

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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    Nice. Fills all the big needs. Would have the fans looking forward to training camp.

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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    I like Chaisson, but sometimes he's not there and Shenault is. Sometimes both are gone. If it gets close I honestly wouldn't be surprised if McBeane moved up for one of them.

    22-CB-Trevon Diggs-Alabama
    54-Edge-Terrell Lewis-Alabama
    86-WR-Michael Pittman Jr-USC
    118-RB-AJ Dillon-Boston College

    Diggs would step right into the spot opposite Tre'. Excellent in zone, can play press. A little bigger than McD seems to like in a corner, but he's an athlete.
    Lewis probably isn't a Day 1 starter, but he'll take either Lawson's or Murphy's spot in the rotation (whichever one doesn't come back). Probably a better pass rusher tahn both.
    Pittman = a big body to challenge Duke for the third WR spot.
    Dillon is the thumper to replace Gore.

    After the above it's just grabbing athletes for special teams and depth, maybe one of them plays over their head...

    S-JR Reed, Georgia...LB Jordan Mack, Virginia...EDGE-Michael Divinity, JR, LSU...WR Juan Jennings, Tennessee...OL-Saahdik Charles, LSU
    I'm a big fan of Chiasson, Shenault, Higgins, Dillon. I'm not coming up with a decent draft strategy yet though.

    Almost looks like they need to go WR via Ruggs, Shenault, or Higgins, before a dropoff in WR, but there's a bigger dropoff in Edge if you don't get one of those top 4. Then you're hoping OL slips. It doesn't look like a real good OL draft, I'm not sure Bartch is even there in R3, then there's a huge talent dip in 4-7. Hope our scouts have it more together than I do. For some reason I can't get past 3 rounds this year without throwing up my arms in "whatever".

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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    Way early mock but just for fun...

    22 Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn State

    54 Ross Blacklock, IDL TCU

    86 Thaddeus Moss, TE LSU

    118 Collin Johnson, WR Texas

    137 Trajan Bandy, CB Miami

    149 Michael Pittman Jr., WR USC

    168 Patrick Taylor Jr., RB Memphis

    181 Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest

    187 Stanford Samuels III, CB Florida State

    Since it's so early, no need to go through scouting reports or stats from these guys but I think this would be a very solid draft. Gross-Matos won't surprise me if he ends up being a top 10 pick when it's all said and done though.

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    22 - Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn State
    54 - Chase Claypool, WR Notre Dame
    86 - Ben Bartch, OT St. John
    118 - A.J. Dillon, RB Boston College
    137 - John Hightower, WR Boise State
    149 - Harrison Hand, CB Temple
    168 - Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest
    181 - Benito Jones, IDL Ole Miss
    187 - Steven Montez, QB Colorado

    I'll be honest here. I don't think anything is so desperate on the OL. After watching the combine I have my favorites.

    At WR those are Denzel Mims, Chase Claypool, and John Hightower. They are all fast, but big and fast. At RB it's AJ Dillon or Zach Moss. Eno Benjamin would be dandy, they run mean. At OL I just like Bartch, or Ezra Cleveland. LB I like Strnad, Baun (earlier), Malik Harrison and Shaquille Quarterman. DL I like Gross-Matos, Jabari Zuniga, Chauncey Rivers, Malcolm Roach and DJ Wonnum.

    I think if I were to wish upon a star, we'd get Gross-Matos, Claypool, Hightower, Cleveland, Dillon and Zuniga and be a much bigger, meaner offense and defense.
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    2.0:

    22: Yetur Gross Matos, DE Penn St. - I just missed out on coaching this kid on the track. Coached his older sister Keturah in XC and track. She was a great kid to coach and uber confident.

    54: Tee Higgins, WR Clemson - At 54? Probably not but this is how it fell.

    86: Ezra Cleveland, OT Boise St. - Did himself a favor at the combine but not enough on tape to push him higher.

    118: Leki Fotu, DT Utah - Going to need seasoning but he's ready to be a rotational guy on early downs now in either spot. The heir apparent to Lotulelei and back-up to H. Phillips.

    137: Harrison Bryant, TE FAU - Underrated and well rounded. No more blocking TE with limited receiving ability, please.

    149: Lamar Jackson, CB Nebraska - Size, physicality, smarts and a good tackler in run support. As a Husker fan, I think he could be a good pro. Better than Amukamara or Dennard.

    168: Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest - All the makings of a future starting SSLB with some seasoning.

    181: Lynn Bowden, WR Kentucky - Slot receiver with size and the ability to threaten deep. Played option QB for a spell. Tough, smart and unselfish.

    187: Joshua Kelley. RB UCLA - Tough nosed runner with more elusiveness than scouts give him credit for which he flashed in the Senior Bowl.
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    I'm a little down on Higgins, have read things about lack of physicality, trouble with physical press corners and lack of fight for balls he can't clearly over leap for. Didn't really see enough college games to know better. Any observations ? That has a lot to do with why I lean to mean players known to fight for a ball.

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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    Mid-Free Agency Bills Mock:
    2 (54) K.J. Hamler, WR Penn State
    Yes another small WR with speed to burn but who offers a level of elusiveness that none of our other WR's currently have. Could be a dynamic ST option to start.

    3 (86) Jeremy Chinn, S Southern Illinois
    Size SS prospect who can play in the box and in coverage.

    4 (128) Solomon Kindley, IOL Georgia
    Mauler inside who could challenge for a starting spot pretty quickly.

    5 (167) Patrick Taylor Jr., RB Memphis
    Size RB who knows how to run with power and leverage.

    6 (188) Trey Adams, OT Washington
    Was seen as a clear 1st Round pick prior to knee and back injuries. He's worth a flier this late.

    7 (207) Lavert Hill, CB Michigan
    All-around good cover CB who uses his hands well to press and work against bigger WR's.

    7 (239) Trevon Hill, EDGE Miami
    Smaller pass rusher with good speed and athleticism. Has some maturity questions after he was dismissed from VT for bad mouthing the coaching staff in a lost to Old Dominion.
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    54. Austin Jackson - OT - USC
    86. Zack Moss - RB - Utah
    128. Nick Coe - Edge Rusher - Auburn
    167. Miles Bryant - CB - Washington
    188. Carter Coughlin - Edge Rusher - Minnesota
    207. Kamren Curl - CB - Arkansas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Train View Post
    54. Austin Jackson - OT - USC
    86. Zack Moss - RB - Utah
    128. Nick Coe - Edge Rusher - Auburn
    167. Miles Bryant - CB - Washington
    188. Carter Coughlin - Edge Rusher - Minnesota
    207. Kamren Curl - CB - Arkansas
    239. Robert Landers - DT/DE - Ohio St.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    Mid-Free Agency Bills Mock:
    2 (54) K.J. Hamler, WR Penn State
    Yes another small WR with speed to burn but who offers a level of elusiveness that none of our other WR's currently have. Could be a dynamic ST option to start.

    3 (86) Jeremy Chinn, S Southern Illinois
    Size SS prospect who can play in the box and in coverage.

    4 (128) Solomon Kindley, IOL Georgia
    Mauler inside who could challenge for a starting spot pretty quickly.

    5 (167) Patrick Taylor Jr., RB Memphis
    Size RB who knows how to run with power and leverage.

    6 (188) Trey Adams, OT Washington
    Was seen as a clear 1st Round pick prior to knee and back injuries. He's worth a flier this late.

    7 (207) Lavert Hill, CB Michigan
    All-around good cover CB who uses his hands well to press and work against bigger WR's.

    7 (239) Trevon Hill, EDGE Miami
    Smaller pass rusher with good speed and athleticism. Has some maturity questions after he was dismissed from VT for bad mouthing the coaching staff in a lost to Old Dominion.

    I like taking the shot on the OT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParanoidAndroid View Post
    2.0:

    22: Yetur Gross Matos, DE Penn St. - I just missed out on coaching this kid on the track. Coached his older sister Keturah in XC and track. She was a great kid to coach and uber confident.

    54: Tee Higgins, WR Clemson - At 54? Probably not but this is how it fell.

    86: Ezra Cleveland, OT Boise St. - Did himself a favor at the combine but not enough on tape to push him higher.

    118: Leki Fotu, DT Utah - Going to need seasoning but he's ready to be a rotational guy on early downs now in either spot. The heir apparent to Lotulelei and back-up to H. Phillips.

    137: Harrison Bryant, TE FAU - Underrated and well rounded. No more blocking TE with limited receiving ability, please.

    149: Lamar Jackson, CB Nebraska - Size, physicality, smarts and a good tackler in run support. As a Husker fan, I think he could be a good pro. Better than Amukamara or Dennard.

    168: Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest - All the makings of a future starting SSLB with some seasoning.

    181: Lynn Bowden, WR Kentucky - Slot receiver with size and the ability to threaten deep. Played option QB for a spell. Tough, smart and unselfish.

    187: Joshua Kelley. RB UCLA - Tough nosed runner with more elusiveness than scouts give him credit for which he flashed in the Senior Bowl.

    like the OT 3rd round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    22 - Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn State
    54 - Chase Claypool, WR Notre Dame
    86 - Ben Bartch, OT St. John
    118 - A.J. Dillon, RB Boston College
    137 - John Hightower, WR Boise State
    149 - Harrison Hand, CB Temple
    168 - Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest
    181 - Benito Jones, IDL Ole Miss
    187 - Steven Montez, QB Colorado

    I'll be honest here. I don't think anything is so desperate on the OL. After watching the combine I have my favorites.

    At WR those are Denzel Mims, Chase Claypool, and John Hightower. They are all fast, but big and fast. At RB it's AJ Dillon or Zach Moss. Eno Benjamin would be dandy, they run mean. At OL I just like Bartch, or Ezra Cleveland. LB I like Strnad, Baun (earlier), Malik Harrison and Shaquille Quarterman. DL I like Gross-Matos, Jabari Zuniga, Chauncey Rivers, Malcolm Roach and DJ Wonnum.

    I think if I were to wish upon a star, we'd get Gross-Matos, Claypool, Hightower, Cleveland, Dillon and Zuniga and be a much bigger, meaner offense and defense.
    Bartch OL like all these OL picks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    Its wayyy too early for this but I had to get my mind of things and a mock draft won't get me in trouble or cause a hangover tomorrow so its not a bad idea. So here goes for now.

    I 22. Henry Ruggs III -WR Alabama.

    I know everyone is thinking big WR, but this is too much speed and too much playmaking ability to pass up. Him and John Brown can mess up some secondaries if they are used right and Allen can somehow hit either one in stride. I also serioiusly doubt he'll be there at 22.

    2 54. Terrell Lewis- Edge Alabama.

    I also don't expect him to be there at 54, but he was..so I took him. I don't like everything about him, but I also know he can be a force, and am confident McD will know how to use him.

    3 86. Ben Bartch - OT St. John.

    Now that you're done chuckling about the DIII OT you haven't heard of...he had a really good week at the Senior Bowl and his stock is up. How did he stack up?

    At the 1 minute mark, here he's up against Terrell Lewis, the uber athletic DE from Bama, who will probably go late 1 or early round 2.



    Watch his feet, watch how well he mirrors without lunging. Very good balance.

    At 5:35 of the video, he goes against Zuniga from FLorida, who might go as high as the low 2nd..same result as with Lewis. Moves his feet great, changes direction with the block, stays in form. His feet are going to make him money in April.

    But how did he do against Javon Kinlaw...a guy that was supposedly unblockable for the first two days?



    DIII won that battle.

    Yeah, if there in the third...make him a BIll...put him at RT and move FOrd to the inside.

    4 118 Mr. Badass, LB Miami

    Shaquille Quarterman is a two time 1st team All ACC MLB. He averages around 90 tackles a year and has a highlight reel that screams LINEBACKER.



    When he hits someone, forward progress stops...no ifs ands or buts. I'm sure he has some shortcomings..he probably won't be as fast as some, but its the 4th round. And that's a guy I want on my side.

    5 137 Adam Trautman TE Dayton

    I like Knox, but another TE target never hurts. Another small school guy and a former basketball player. Had 900 yards and 14 TD's for Dayton...and he knows how ot go up for the ball.

    6 149 Lamical Perine Florida.

    I just like the way he runs. a good one cut and up the field guy. A good complement to Singletary.

    7 168 AJ Green CB Oklahoma St.

    A taller CB at about 6' 1", team leader and well respected. A McD type of player.

    8 181 Isaiah Hodgins Oregon St.

    The big WR people are looking for. Productive his jr year with 1100 yards and 13 TDs. More than worth a shot at 181.

    9 187 Scott Frantz, OT Kansas State.

    4 year stater at OT for Kansas State. Was the other bookend up Dalton Risner last year. A good, solid OT who will be decent depth.

    I'd be happy to get 2 from this group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    Its wayyy too early for this but I had to get my mind of things and a mock draft won't get me in trouble or cause a hangover tomorrow so its not a bad idea. So here goes for now.

    I 22. Henry Ruggs III -WR Alabama.

    I know everyone is thinking big WR, but this is too much speed and too much playmaking ability to pass up. Him and John Brown can mess up some secondaries if they are used right and Allen can somehow hit either one in stride. I also serioiusly doubt he'll be there at 22.

    2 54. Terrell Lewis- Edge Alabama.

    I also don't expect him to be there at 54, but he was..so I took him. I don't like everything about him, but I also know he can be a force, and am confident McD will know how to use him.

    3 86. Ben Bartch - OT St. John.

    Now that you're done chuckling about the DIII OT you haven't heard of...he had a really good week at the Senior Bowl and his stock is up. How did he stack up?

    At the 1 minute mark, here he's up against Terrell Lewis, the uber athletic DE from Bama, who will probably go late 1 or early round 2.



    Watch his feet, watch how well he mirrors without lunging. Very good balance.

    At 5:35 of the video, he goes against Zuniga from FLorida, who might go as high as the low 2nd..same result as with Lewis. Moves his feet great, changes direction with the block, stays in form. His feet are going to make him money in April.

    But how did he do against Javon Kinlaw...a guy that was supposedly unblockable for the first two days?



    DIII won that battle.

    Yeah, if there in the third...make him a BIll...put him at RT and move FOrd to the inside.

    4 118 Mr. Badass, LB Miami

    Shaquille Quarterman is a two time 1st team All ACC MLB. He averages around 90 tackles a year and has a highlight reel that screams LINEBACKER.



    When he hits someone, forward progress stops...no ifs ands or buts. I'm sure he has some shortcomings..he probably won't be as fast as some, but its the 4th round. And that's a guy I want on my side.

    5 137 Adam Trautman TE Dayton

    I like Knox, but another TE target never hurts. Another small school guy and a former basketball player. Had 900 yards and 14 TD's for Dayton...and he knows how ot go up for the ball.

    6 149 Lamical Perine Florida.

    I just like the way he runs. a good one cut and up the field guy. A good complement to Singletary.

    7 168 AJ Green CB Oklahoma St.

    A taller CB at about 6' 1", team leader and well respected. A McD type of player.

    8 181 Isaiah Hodgins Oregon St.

    The big WR people are looking for. Productive his jr year with 1100 yards and 13 TDs. More than worth a shot at 181.

    9 187 Scott Frantz, OT Kansas State.

    4 year stater at OT for Kansas State. Was the other bookend up Dalton Risner last year. A good, solid OT who will be decent depth.
    This is bumped for the last buffalo fan! there you go my friend.

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    Re: Draft Network Simulator. Fun!

    • 30. Jaelan Phillips EDGE, Miami
    • 62. Tommy Togiai IDL, Ohio State
    • 93 Jabril Cox LB, LSU
    • 162. Chuba Hubbard RB, Oklahoma State
    • 175. Anthony Schwartz WR, Auburn

    • 215 Marco Wilson CB, Florida
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