2018 1st round pick is Josh Rosen

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  1. POISON

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    Cha ching. I'd have to look it up
     
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    POISON Formerly known as Okieguy

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    Then we could unload Gresham hopefully
     
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    Bigger Boldin. Terror after the catch.
     
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    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    Agreed...we need 2 of them but not sure how KK thinks about a TE in this offense (starting from scratch).

    I wouldn't be upset in 4th round or later but I am expecting we fill 3 major holes rounds 1-3 with DL/LB at #1, OT, and WR with 2nd/3rd.
     
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    I don't value TEs as much as most, but this team has criminally ignored the position for way too long.

    Imagine Arians offense if he actually had a good TE?
     
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    He’s not a Boldin anything, but that’s okay.
     
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    Harry is a good player, disagree he's overrated.

    Most drafts he's a surefire 1st rounder, but the depth of DL and edge rushers will push him down.

    The issue with taking Harry in round two is that the team would likely miss out on one of the OL prospects at the top of the second and I doubt one of the top guys will be available at the top of the third.

    With the hiring of Kingsbury, I like Deebo better. I think the Cardinals need to focus on YAC guys with versatility.
     
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    I’m not that big of a fan of Harry because the dude cannot separate like AT ALL. Even against PAC 12 CBs. His route running is still rather raw, too. That’s why I’m lower on him & a guy like Arcega-Whiteside than I am on guys like Deebo, Metcalf, Hollywood, & Ridley.
     
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    Where do you think Ridley gets drafted (pick range/round)?
     
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    Early 2nd.
     
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    When he drops his hips during his cuts...he does gain separation. He’s not a twitchy athlete, which is a concern, but his huge frame and hands are near elite. If he was taught to run routes correctly...he has the strength to beat press man and consistently gain space. His timing on jump balls and ability on 50/50 throws is probably the best in the country. His upside is enormous, but he also has a rather low floor if he doesn’t focus 100% on being a route tactician.
     
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    He could use them better in route running but he definitely has quick feet for his size. Just look at 1:45 of the vid hurdling a defender then stopping a dime and cutting back. He just needs some refinement.

     
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    If he’s there in round 2 you have to take him. Local kid I mean you just gotta
     
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    Timm Rosenbach Bosa + Chandler Jones

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    Draft the best player on the board at #1 and see who falls. It’s a good position to be in
     

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