Supplemental Draft

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    After reading Walter's article on the supplemental draft, Keim may be waiting (drooling) for it. With some schools not having any football this year, many quality players are going to be in it. Walter calls it a bonanza. It's not going to be a tidry three players selection draft. There's definitely going to be good RBs, WRs, CBs and OLs. We have selection #8 which is going to be much better than what we'll have next year 2021 (I suspect mid 20's or higher).
     
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    Can you tell me what Harry says, or maybe link to it? I am sorry, Harry, by the way. I should have seen it.
     
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    You're mixing up Harry with a former poster, who took his ball and ran to another site. Walter is not Harry.
     
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    no i didn't. try reading
     
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    These are the guys I previously speculated had a chance at approval to be included. I have not tried for specific info on sny of them. There are so many unknowns I just don’t want to speculate further.


    Who are these guys? They’re mostly juniors and a few sophomores who I think would get approved. If they have a supplemental I think any junior that asks gets approved. I put where I think they’d draw a pick at that round, but all could have gone round one if there had been a season in which they did great. What would the NFL do with them, no camp, no Combine, few if any preseason games, and no cap money. Would they do 5 year contracts? No easy answers. Sad for the players.

    Devonta Smith WR AL - Might be better than Jeudy or Ruggs numbers say

    Jamie Newman QB WF - Would have gone round 3 in 2020.

    Paulson Adebo CB Stan - Good 2018, weak 2019 wants out 4th round tops

    Pat Freiermuth TE PSU - Top rated TE in 2019 by most evals

    Alex Leatherwood OT AL - Most had him round 1 if he have come out

    Liam Eichenberg OL ND - Needs polish but safe round 2-3

    Trey Smith OL TN - Moves to G, mean to the bone.

    Creed Humphrey C OK - Ready to play quickly, Murray’s guy

    Walker Little OT Stan - would have gone late 1 in 2020

    Marvin Williams DT FSU - like round 3 level

    Hamsah Nasirildeen S FSU - late 1 maybe, but more likely gets a 2

    Rashod Bateman WR Minn - ditto, personal favorite for Cards

    Travis Etienne RB, Clem - Likely a 1”
     
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    I would offer up a first for Leatherwood, a 2nd for DeVonta Smith, and a 3rd for Creed Humphry.
     
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    I can't see Etienne coming out. RB jobs are basically taken right now
     
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    I didn't quote you....try reading. .:shocker:
     
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    IF we draft between 17 and 25 next offseason....... this is the guy I'm looking at right now.
     
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    The NFL just informed clubs it will not conduct a supplemental draft this year, per source.
     
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    The NFL seems confident most colleges will play. I’m still not certain.
     
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    My gut feeling. The players don't want an influx of youth stealing their jobs.

    It may have been bartered away.

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    Harry is much smarter and does not go for flair innuendo... with a ton of Patriot crap thrown in the mix which I expect Mitch will now make Newton the greatest free agent in the annuals of NFL history :)
     
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    Is Mitch still referencing The Shawshank Redemption in every article?
     
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    There will be no blasphemy @Cuozzo!
     
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