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  1. Harry

    Harry ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer

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    This is a weird year. With no combines and a confusing array of Pro Days things are likely to change before the draft. A guy like Darby might move up significantly. However, if the draft were tomorrow, these would be my targets.

    Round 1
    Patrick Surtain, CB, AL/Caleb Farley, CB, VT
    Kadarius Toney, FL, WR
    Christian Darrisaw, OL, VT

    Round 2
    Walker Little, OT, Stan
    Rondale Moore, WR, Purd
    Greg Newsome, CB, NW

    Round 3
    Alim McNeill, NCST, DT
    Spencer Brown, RT, UNI
    Quincy Roche, Edge, Mia

    Round 5
    Simi Fehoko, WR, Stan
    Khyiris Tonga, DT, BYU
    Frank Darby, WR, AZSt

    Round 7
    Gerard Doaks, RB, Cinn
    Blake Proehl, WR, ECU
    Jack Anderson, OG, TTech
     
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    SissyBoyFloyd Pawnee, Skidi Clan

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    Round 1
    CB: P Surtain, AL, C Farley, VT
    OL: R Slater, NW, A Vera-Tucker, USC
    WR: J Wattle, Alabama, Rondale Moore, Purdue
    DE/Edge: G Rousseau, Miami, K Paye, Mich, A Ojulari, Geo

    Round 2
    RB: J Williams, North Carolina
    OL: T Smith, Tenn, C Humphrey, Okla, L Dickerson, Ala
    CB: A Samuel Jr, Florida St, G Newsome II, NW
    DE/Edge: J Phillips, Miami

    Round 3
    RB: T Sermon, Ohio State, K Gainwell, Memphis
    OL: Q Meinerz, UW-W, T Hill, Georgia
    CB: I Mukuamu, South Carolina,
    DT: T Shelvin, LSU, L Onwuzurike, Washington
    DE/Edge: J Tryon, Washington, Q Roche, Miami
    WR: D Eskridge, W Michigan

    Round 5
    WR: A Rodgers, Clemson, N Collins, Michigan
    OL: K Awosik, Buffalo, M Menet, Penn State
    DT: B Brown, Texas A&M, O Odighizuwa, UCLA
    FS: T Hufang, USC

    Round 7
    RB: B Robinson, Alabama
    TE: Z Davidson, Central Missouri
    K: J Borregales, Miami
     
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    Rondale Moore was electrifying as a freshman. Then got hurt as sophomore. And didn't want to play last year. The third round is when you roll the dice and see what you get. That is where Moore should go.
     
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    football karma Happy in the pretense of knowledge

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    Harry's list, with my adds

    Round 1
    Patrick Surtain, CB, AL/Caleb Farley, CB, VT
    Kadarius Toney, FL, WR,
    Christian Darrisaw, OL, VT, R Slater, OL, NW

    Trade Down Round 1 ( 20-28 range)
    Horn, CB, SC. Asante Samuel, CB, FSU
    Rashod Bateman,WR MN
    Vera-Tucker, G, USC
    Tevan Jenkins, T/G, Ok St
    Zaven Collins, LB Tulsa

    Round 2
    Walker Little, OT, Stan
    Jackson Carman, OT Clemson
    Rondale Moore, WR, Purd
    Greg Newsome, CB, NW
    Jevon Holland, CB Oregon

    Round 3
    Alim McNeill, NCST, DT
    Spencer Brown, RT, UNI
    Quincy Roche, Edge, Mia
     
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    Krangthebrain Captain of Team Murray

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    I'm with you on every 1st rounder, but I question whether Darrisaw can line up against speed rushers. His feet are a tad slow.
     
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    Harry ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer

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    Several scouts love him. I wouldn't be totally shocked if he went in round 1. It’s not about merit but talent.
     
  7. Russ Smith

    Russ Smith The Original Whizzinator Contributor

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    For those who wondered yes Blake Proehl is Ricky's son.
     
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    Hopefully the kid has Dad's hands.
     
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    Russ Smith The Original Whizzinator Contributor

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    Yeah I honestly had never heard of him. I saw the name in Harry's post, googled it and before I even typed his full name it said Blake Proehl is Ricky's son. Ricky is the WR coach for the Carolina Panthers. I did find an article that says Blake is 2 inches taller than Ricky was and runs a faster 40. AS you said what made Ricky so good was his hands, but he also had that quickness in a phonebox thing where he could just change directions without slowing down.

    Blake had 4 TD catches each of the last 2 years, no idea how good East Carolina is but I'd be tempted to take a late round flyer on that kid just because he's the son of an ex NFL guy and the son of an NFL WR coach. You certainly wouldn't expect the issues with him we've seen with young WR's before about lining up wrong, not running routes etc.
     
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    If the Cardinals could just land:

    Patrick Surtain CB
    Rondale Moore WR
    Alim McNeill NT

    That would be my dream draft!
     
  11. Ouchie-Z-Clown

    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Wow. I’m old
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Chopper0080 2021 - Prove It

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    Replace McNeil with Meinerz and I am ok with it.
     
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    Harry ASFN Consultant and Senior Writer

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    He is, but he is not just a third down possession receiver. However, I must plead guilty about being drawn to a legacy player. He was the dominant receiver on a mid-major team. He’s far more than just a familiar face. He may well not last this long.
     
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    Russ Smith The Original Whizzinator Contributor

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    Yeah I googled him had no clue about him. Says he's bigger and faster than dad was

    Also, as a freshman in his very first college practice he tore an ACL and missed the season. Said he was having such a good practice the coaches were thinking this kid is going to play right away we really lucked out getting him at E Carolina and then his knee buckled on a non contact play and he missed the year.
     
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