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    Addicting Draft Simulator

    The trades offers are a bit madden and some guys are way to high and some to low...
    With new FA signings it has become even more fun

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    I'll put this in the Scouting Zone with other mock draft threads.
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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    This may be one of my favorite drafts...

    25--Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
    57--Damone Clark, LBer, LSU
    89--Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
    130--Dylan Parham, G, Memphis
    168--Luke Fortner, G, Kentucky
    185--Ryan Stonehouse, P, Colorado State
    203--D'Vonte Price, RB, Floridan International
    231--Velus Jones, WR, Tennessee
    246--James Houston IV, LB/Edge, Jackson State

    Elam is a Day One starter and Bryant could push for a roster spot right away. Elam excels in zone, and Bryant is an exceptional athlete with traits (burst, flex, short speed, intelligence) that could make him an ideal press/zone corner.

    I probably won't get my trade Edmunds/draft Dean or Lloyd wish, but I'm still holding out for a new/better MLB and Clark can be that guy. A smart playmaker.

    Love Parham and Fortner, at least one could turn into an interior anchor. Neither are power maulers, but both possess the athleticism and movement skills McBeane seems to favor.

    Stonehouse = a decent punter that also holds for kicks.

    Price is big and flies...4.38 forty at the combine. Velus Jones ran a 4.32. Beane said he wanted speed, both these guys have it and neither are under-sized by any means.

    I don't think Houston lasts this long, but I want him. Maybe the best athlete on Sander's team, and is a playmaker, especially behind the line of scrimmage. This guy could be a steal even if they take him three rounds earlier.

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    This may be one of my favorite drafts...

    25--Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
    57--Damone Clark, LBer, LSU
    89--Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
    130--Dylan Parham, G, Memphis
    168--Luke Fortner, G, Kentucky
    185--Ryan Stonehouse, P, Colorado State
    203--D'Vonte Price, RB, Floridan International
    231--Velus Jones, WR, Tennessee
    246--James Houston IV, LB/Edge, Jackson State

    Elam is a Day One starter and Bryant could push for a roster spot right away. Elam excels in zone, and Bryant is an exceptional athlete with traits (burst, flex, short speed, intelligence) that could make him an ideal press/zone corner.

    I probably won't get my trade Edmunds/draft Dean or Lloyd wish, but I'm still holding out for a new/better MLB and Clark can be that guy. A smart playmaker.

    Love Parham and Fortner, at least one could turn into an interior anchor. Neither are power maulers, but both possess the athleticism and movement skills McBeane seems to favor.

    Stonehouse = a decent punter that also holds for kicks.

    Price is big and flies...4.38 forty at the combine. Velus Jones ran a 4.32. Beane said he wanted speed, both these guys have it and neither are under-sized by any means.

    I don't think Houston lasts this long, but I want him. Maybe the best athlete on Sander's team, and is a playmaker, especially behind the line of scrimmage. This guy could be a steal even if they take him three rounds earlier.
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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    Talk about video game trades and picks! lol
    Squeezed all picks with trade downs to move late picks up and take advantage of this board.

    This site is fun but ridiculous.
    Four home run threats on offense all in the 4.4 forty range including the 6'5" wideout, the receiving RB and the wide back and H-back. Yes. An H-back who ran a 4.4!
    Then, 2 CB who could start and two LB that will end the Edmunds/Milano era.
    Three trade downs, squeezing pick down from the top and up from the bottom.

    43. Christian Watson WR


    62. Kyler Gordon CB

    67. Quay Walker LB

    89. Can Taylor-Britt CB

    91. James Cook RB

    92. Khalil Shakir WR

    121. Troy Anderson LB

    130. Chig Okonkwo TE
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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    No trades this time.

    Behold the most athletically gifted set of draft picks in Bills history:














    D'Vonte Price
    RB Florida International

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    I really like Price on Day 3.

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    I adjusted my philosophy (desire, actually) a little bit and shelved first round linebacker, but over-drafting some guys immediately on Day 3 because I have specific targets I want.

    1. CB Trent McDuffie, Washington
    2. LBer Damone Clark, LSU
    3. G Dylan Parham, Memphis
    4. RB D'Vonte Price, Florida International
    5. WR Velus Jones, Tennessee
    6. Edge James Houston IV, Jackson State
    6b. P Ryan Stonehouse, Colorado
    7. S Bubba Bolden, Miami

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    ON this sim, McDuffie seems to be falling to 25..so I'll take him.

    Not sure why anyone would take a trade offer on this sim for a 2023 draft choice. It isn't like I'll be able to use that pick next year.

    I did drop a few spots in the mid rounds via trade to get an extra late round pick or two..or 3.

    25 Trent McDuffie- CB Wash.

    59 Christian Watson - WR N. Dakota State. My "too good to pass up" pick, and I don't think WR is the need others do. 6'4" 211", ran a 4.36 40, an NFL pedigree, and the talk is he has a great work ethic and locker room presence. He provides...more options.


    89 Quay Walker LB Georgia
    Kinda happy he was there. Troy Anderson was taken the pick before.

    130 Cole Strange IOL TN-Chattanooga

    140 Pierre Strong 2.0 RB South Dakota St. Regardless of what Ingtar says, I'm taking him. If I get a chance of a breakaway threat at RB in the mid rounds, it is well worth the shot.
    This is especially when other areas have been addressed earlier.

    185 Amare Barno DE V-Tech

    203 Josh Jobe CB Bama

    211 Ali Fayad Edge Western Michigan Short at 6'1" and probably slow, but I'll take the chance that the MAC defensive player of the year can contribute.

    212 Eyioma Uwazurike DT Iowa St. He had a good career at Iowa St, 1st team all conference in 2021, improved every year. Had 9 sacks and 13 TFL in 2021. Well worth a 7th round pick.

    Finished the mock off with 3 IOL, each of who could have gone earlier:

    215 Luke Fortner - IOL Kentucky
    231 Chris Paul IOL Tulsa
    244 Dylan Parnham IOLMemphis

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    ^ I like all three of those olinemen, will be happy if we get at least one of them.

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    I usually avoid trades in mocks, but I went for a 'move up to draft the guy you're in love with' mentality and this could be my dream draft....

    LB Devin Lloyd, Utah (packaged Edmunds, 25, and swapped later picks to move up)--Day 1 starter
    CB Kyler Gordon, Washington (once he dropped into the 40's I moved up again. Not blazing speed, but everything else says 'athletic freak')--Day 1 starter
    C Luke Fortner, Kentucky (he was there and had a choice between him and Lindstrom so I sat tight)--Position flexibilty, smarter than mauler, potential starter at guard next season (2023).
    Edge James Houston IV, Jackson State (he's moving up boards apparently, so I had to package some later 22 and 23 picks to get him)--Solid rotation guy that could pay HUGE dividends if he can keep producing big plays at the next level
    RB D-Vonte Price, Florida International
    WR Velus Jones, Tennessee (Price was there, I spent my last draft capital from 22 and a late pick from 23 to get to Jones)--Both are big, both have blazing speed (4.38 and 4.31) and both play special teams (Price = cover, Jones = returns)--Neither are the most polished at their position but both can make big plays out of quick passes and dump-offs.

    I only end up with six players, but I can see the entire class making the final roster and contributing.

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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    In the latest, Booth and McDuffie were gone, so accepted another trade.

    Turned pick 25 into 2 seconds, picks plus a 4th.

    47 Martin Emerson 2.0 cb Miss. St. I might regret this pick, but McGreary was gone also. But Im hoping his zone coverage skills and over the top safety help will keep him from getting beat deep. He's bigger than others, supports against the run and can cover in a shorter zone...fingers crossed.

    53 Travis Jones DT Uconn. Realizing what we did in FA'cy...he'll be a hell of a 0 tech in rotation. More athletic than he looks, he did a sub 5 second 40 at the combine and good in other skills...he's the run stuffer they have been looking for. In Senior Bowl practices, he was continually moving OL from point A to point B against their will.

    IN pass pro, I'm not expecting him to blow by OL. But....with pressure from the outside, when a QB decides to run up the middle to avoid the rush, they are going to be in for a rude awakening. He can collapse the pocket.

    He was just too good to pass up.

    53 George Pickens WR Georgia. just an outstanding talent and a great weapon for Josh. Another that was too good to pass up.

    89 Leo Chanel LB Wisconsin I know...a 2 round thumper. I don't agree. He IS a thumper...and great on the blitz, but he has the opportunity to thrive in coverage if coached properly.

    His RAS is insane. the 40 time...4.53 which is really pretty good. But the rest of his testing...vertical, broad, shuttle and cone, are off the charts, esp. for someone at 250 lbs.
    4 flat shuttle, sub 7 second 3 cone, 40 in vertical, nearly an 11 foot broad jump. Those are numbers you expect from a WR or CB. He just needs the right coaching to teach him the intricacies of pass defense. He's already got the run D down in spades.

    130 Luke Fortner - OG Kentucky. just a solid pick, i've had him in other drafts.

    132 Pierre Strong- mentioned him before. he brings speed and receiving ability to the backfield. Also has plenty of experience picking up a blitzer. He provides things we don't have.

    168 Deangelo Malone- Edge W. Kentucky. Not looking at him as a 4 down DE Not at 240 lbs, but a guy you can bring in to give some oomph to the pass rush. .

    2 time C-USA defensive Player of the year. 34 sacks over his career, and a bunch more TFL's. he has the speed to get by an OT and slice through interior OL on a blitz. you bring him in, move him around if needed, and create a rush lane for him. His closing pursuit is excellent.

    Danny Gray - WR SMU. I have him in nearly every draft. Just a feeling. But damn, putting him against the 3rd or 4th CB, or against most safeties....I like his chances.
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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    My results:

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    25. Devin Lloyd - LB Utah

    59. Tariq Woolen - CB UTSA

    89. Rachaad White - RB Arizona State

    130. John Ridgeway - DT Arkansas

    140. JT Woods - S Baylor

    168. Alec Lindstrom - OC Boston College

    185. Kevin Austin - WR Notre Dame

    203. Marcus Jones - CB Houston

    231. Kana'i Mauga - LB USC

    I accepted on small trade, in the 2nd I think, with GB that dropped the Bills back 3 spaces and allowed to gain a 7th round pick. I like this draft.
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    Re: Addicting Draft Simulator

    And I didn't trade Edmunds to get Lloyd!

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