2025 Draft

Harry

ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer
Joined
Jan 7, 2003
Posts
10,865
Reaction score
23,300
Location
Orlando, FL
I’ve got a few emails asking what 2025 looks like. It’s very early, but here’s my overview. Let’s hope the Cards are right on Murray. There’s not much QB help coming in next year’s draft. I think Ewers will be the best. It will be a strong draft for Edges, which is good news for the Cards. There will be an assortment of good line guys on both side of the ball. I like a few CBs. Good things the Cards took Harrison. Most WRs will go late in round 1 at best. Thank goodness the Cards had a strong draft this year. Next year looks weaker though it’s awfully early.
 

phillycard

ASFN Addict
Joined
Aug 22, 2003
Posts
7,007
Reaction score
3,588
Location
The 215
Harry, as a total NON-college football dude, what are some names we should be paying attention to? It can be any position. I'd just like to not look like a complete tool when conversation arises.
 

BurqueCardFan

Hall of Famer
Joined
Aug 17, 2006
Posts
1,787
Reaction score
1,761
Location
Albuquerque, NM
If we go into another draft desperately needing edge as a top pick, we're doing a whole lot of things wrong these past few years.
How can it not be a desperate need next year? They have done next to nothing to remedy it so far and I don't see anything changing.
 

Chopper0080

2021 - Prove It
Joined
May 15, 2002
Posts
26,967
Reaction score
35,869
Location
Colorado
Harry, as a total NON-college football dude, what are some names we should be paying attention to? It can be any position. I'd just like to not look like a complete tool when conversation arises.
Brugler does a good job highlighting some names in this way-to-early mock. Always a good place to start.

 

Chopper0080

2021 - Prove It
Joined
May 15, 2002
Posts
26,967
Reaction score
35,869
Location
Colorado
Deone Walker - Kentucky - DT is a load
Mason Graham - Michigan - DT is fun to watch

A fun guy who is a bit under the radar is Gabe Jacas EDGE Illinois 6'3 265
 
Last edited:

Chopper0080

2021 - Prove It
Joined
May 15, 2002
Posts
26,967
Reaction score
35,869
Location
Colorado
Another name (lol) to watch is Trey Moore. Very productive pass rusher at UTSA who transferred to Texas this year. 35.5 TFLs over the past two years and 22 sacks. 6'3 242
 
Last edited:

Dr. Jones

Has No Time For Love
Joined
Nov 2, 2004
Posts
25,420
Reaction score
14,164
The edge from TN looks nice.

No idea what our spot will be but an Edge rusher will probably be very high on our list.
 

Chopper0080

2021 - Prove It
Joined
May 15, 2002
Posts
26,967
Reaction score
35,869
Location
Colorado
The edge from TN looks nice.

No idea what our spot will be but an Edge rusher will probably be very high on our list.
He is very lean. Listed at 6-5 242. I think he is still very raw as well. He looks like Isaiah Simmons in terms of build.
 
OP
OP
Harry

Harry

ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer
Joined
Jan 7, 2003
Posts
10,865
Reaction score
23,300
Location
Orlando, FL

GeorgiaCard88

Veteran
Joined
Jan 10, 2023
Posts
147
Reaction score
349
Location
Georgia
I put us drafting in the mid range- like y'all said, the edge needs to be addressed in a big way next season. Glad to hear there are some stallions coming out the stable.

Honestly hope it's something we address next off season - as a way to tip us over into playoff team contenders
 

Chopper0080

2021 - Prove It
Joined
May 15, 2002
Posts
26,967
Reaction score
35,869
Location
Colorado
I put us drafting in the mid range- like y'all said, the edge needs to be addressed in a big way next season. Glad to hear there are some stallions coming out the stable.

Honestly hope it's something we address next off season - as a way to tip us over into playoff team contenders
I think we will be in the top 12. You can't generally plan a draft this far ahead but I believe you can expect the defensive front 5 to still be a priority and the upcoming draft class looks like it will have some players at those spots who would be considerations in the top 12.
 

Krangodnzr

Captain of Team Murray
Joined
Jul 21, 2002
Posts
35,670
Reaction score
32,677
Location
Orange County, CA
There’s great concern about his maturity.
One of the issues I heard about him is that he would take sacks instead of throwing the ball away because he wanted a higher completion percentage.

That type of mentality is a deal breaker..he essentially cares more about his own personal accomplishments than the team. And of course his dad enables him.

I wouldn't touch Shedeur Sanders with a thirty foot pole, he comes of as an Uber douche.
 

Latest posts

Forum statistics

Threads
540,651
Posts
5,294,543
Members
6,288
Latest member
Crazy_Player
Top