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    Re: Mock Draft Sites

    a few trade downs later...

    36. Darnell Wright OT - Tenn. He was there. It wasn't a difficult choice. No sacks allowed in 19 straight games. he worked on his footwork ad it paid off. BUt with a twinge of sadness, I really had hopes for Spencer Brown, but you can't keep giving up over 40 pressures a year.

    59 Sam Avila OG SMU. Campbell was gone I probably would have taken him. But damned, between him and Wright, we now have real improvement on the OL. Avila looked very good all season, and just as good at the Senior Bowl.

    86 Jonathan Mingo WR Ole Miss. 6'2" 225 lbs, ran a 4.46 at the Combine. Very good hands. Not a fully refined route runner, but very good. Big enough to break tackles after the catch, fast enough for YAC.

    92 Daiyan Henley LB Washington St. a Tad undersized at 6'1" but fast, covers very well, is a sidline to sideline person and knows how to tackle. OK McD...you've been given 1st and 2nd round picks throughout your tenure on D. You have all of your startes back except one. and you are given a good prospect to work with. Figure it out.


    97. Darius Rush CB South Carolina. 6'1" 190 lbs and ran a 4.36 at the Combine. He gets a shot at safety, learning behind Hyde and Poyer. Boom or bust pick.

    124 Tank Dell WR Houston.
    Yeah, already took a WR, but he's a totally different receiver. He's a mite, his 40 was so so, but he probably runs as fast laterally as he does straight ahead. In Senior Bowl practices, he was getting more separation than anyone. He left a number of jocks on the field. Uber productive, 15 TDs last year.
    I read something the other day, that of the small WR's in the draft, he had twice the red zone catches than his nearest competition. Figure way way to use him.

    130 Ricky Stromberg C Arkansas
    I would have taken him earlier if I hadn't taken Avila. He can play. Well coached, probably the best center in the SEC and maybe the best interior lineman in the division not named O'Cyrus.

    137 Mohamoud Diabete LB Utah Officially a sleeper pick. Bigger than Henley, at 6'4", and could put on 10-15 lbs to his 230 lb frame. His pursuit to the sideline can be outstanding. And as he is right now, he's not bad at shedding blocks. He's got the physical talent.

    156 Yaya Diaby DE/Edge Louisville. He's not a finished product, but he's a piece of granite to chisel. He was one of the few edge rushers at the Senior Bowl who was winning battles. (it was a pretty unimpressive SB class for edge rushers). Great first step and a 4.5 40. Built like a tank. Von can help fine tune him. with his seep, he'd be the 2nd fastest edge rusher on the squad behind Von.

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    Re: Mock Draft Sites

    Quote Originally Posted by cookie G View Post
    a few trade downs later...

    36. Darnell Wright OT - Tenn. He was there. It wasn't a difficult choice. No sacks allowed in 19 straight games. he worked on his footwork ad it paid off. BUt with a twinge of sadness, I really had hopes for Spencer Brown, but you can't keep giving up over 40 pressures a year.

    59 Sam Avila OG SMU. Campbell was gone I probably would have taken him. But damned, between him and Wright, we now have real improvement on the OL. Avila looked very good all season, and just as good at the Senior Bowl.

    86 Jonathan Mingo WR Ole Miss. 6'2" 225 lbs, ran a 4.46 at the Combine. Very good hands. Not a fully refined route runner, but very good. Big enough to break tackles after the catch, fast enough for YAC.

    92 Daiyan Henley LB Washington St. a Tad undersized at 6'1" but fast, covers very well, is a sidline to sideline person and knows how to tackle. OK McD...you've been given 1st and 2nd round picks throughout your tenure on D. You have all of your startes back except one. and you are given a good prospect to work with. Figure it out.


    97. Darius Rush CB South Carolina. 6'1" 190 lbs and ran a 4.36 at the Combine. He gets a shot at safety, learning behind Hyde and Poyer. Boom or bust pick.

    124 Tank Dell WR Houston.
    Yeah, already took a WR, but he's a totally different receiver. He's a mite, his 40 was so so, but he probably runs as fast laterally as he does straight ahead. In Senior Bowl practices, he was getting more separation than anyone. He left a number of jocks on the field. Uber productive, 15 TDs last year.
    I read something the other day, that of the small WR's in the draft, he had twice the red zone catches than his nearest competition. Figure way way to use him.

    130 Ricky Stromberg C Arkansas
    I would have taken him earlier if I hadn't taken Avila. He can play. Well coached, probably the best center in the SEC and maybe the best interior lineman in the division not named O'Cyrus.

    137 Mohamoud Diabete LB Utah Officially a sleeper pick. Bigger than Henley, at 6'4", and could put on 10-15 lbs to his 230 lb frame. His pursuit to the sideline can be outstanding. And as he is right now, he's not bad at shedding blocks. He's got the physical talent.

    156 Yaya Diaby DE/Edge Louisville. He's not a finished product, but he's a piece of granite to chisel. He was one of the few edge rushers at the Senior Bowl who was winning battles. (it was a pretty unimpressive SB class for edge rushers). Great first step and a 4.5 40. Built like a tank. Von can help fine tune him. with his seep, he'd be the 2nd fastest edge rusher on the squad behind Von.

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    Re: Mock Draft Sites

    The list is led by North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye, who is expected to be one of the top picks in April.

    They rest are, as follows: Garden City Community College receiver Ajou Ajou, Wisconsin running back Braelon Allen, Notre Dame tackle Joe Alt, Yale tackle Kiran Amegadjie, Utah defensive back Cole Bishop, Kansas defensive end Austin Booker, Georgia defensive back Javon Bullard, Florida State receiver Keon Coleman, Utah defensive end Jonah Ellis, Notre Dame running back Audrice Estimť, Notre Dame tackle Blake Fisher, Oregon receiver Troy Franklin, Oregon running back Bucky Irving, Penn State defensive back Kalen King, Georgia defensive back Kamari Lassiter, Arkansas kicker Cam Little, Georgia tackle Amarius Mims, LSU receiver Malik Nabers, Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson, Missouri defensive back Ennis Rakestraw, Penn State defensive end Chop Robinson, Monmouth running back Jaden Shirden, UCLA running back Carson Steele, BYU tackle Kingsley, Suamataia, Miami defensive tackle Leonard Taylor, LSU receiver Brian Thomas, Utah defensive back Sione Vaki, Kentucky linebacker Trevin Wallace, Clemson defensive back Nate Wiggins, Miami defensive back James Williams, LSU defensive tackle Mekhi Wingo, Texas receiver Xavier Worthy, and Tennessee running back Jaylen Wright.

    NFL announces 34 players with special draft eligibility, led by Drake Maye - NBC Sports

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    Wide receiver Adonai Mitchell is heading for the NFL.

    Mitchell announced on Tuesday that he will forego his remaining eligibility at Texas in order to enter the 2024 draft.

    He had 55 catches for 845 yards and 11 touchdowns during his lone season at Texas and he had 38 catches for 560 yards and seven touchdowns in his two years with the Bulldogs.

    Adonai Mitchell declares for 2024 draft - NBC Sports

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    Running back Jase McClellan has declared for the 2024 NFL Draft.

    McClellan announced on Tuesday that he will be leaving Alabama for the professional ranks. Several other Alabama players have announced their plans to go to the NFL in the wake of their semifinal loss to Michigan on January 1.

    McClellan returned from a 2021 torn ACL to team with 2023 Lions first-round pick Jahmyr Gibbs in the 2022 Alabama backfield. He ran for 655 yards and seven touchdowns that year and he posted 890 yards and eight touchdowns to lead the teamís rushing attack in 2023.

    Alabama RB Jase McClellan declares for draft - NBC Sports

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    J.J. McCarthy on his Pro Day results- I’m pretty confident with the showing I put out there - NBC Sports

    The national champion Wolverines had their Pro Day on Friday, drawing former head coach Jim Harbaugh back to town. Harbaugh was among a large contingent of coaches and scouts who watched University of Michigan prospects work out.
    J.J. McCarthy headlined the group.
    With USC’s Caleb Williams likely to go No. 1 overall to the Bears and some combination of LSU’s Jayden Daniels and North Carolina’s Drake Maye following with the next two selections, McCarthy is seen as the next quarterback to go and likely in the top 10.
    McCarthy said his goa Fridayl was to show touch and prove he can make all the throws necessary to succeed in the NFL.

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