Who’s your favorite non 1st rounder?

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  1. JeffGollin

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    Yup.
     
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    Would be thrilled with this.
     
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    Great choice, Loyalty!

    Only I'd take him with the Cardinals 2nd Rd. pick, just to be certain I land him. Runs good routes, knows how to use and position his body, adequate speed, very good hands! Coxie is going to be a star in the NFL!
     
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    Alright, I’ve jumped on the Najee Harris bandwagon at 16. I can’t tell you how many times last year I remember thinking to my myself - if we only had a competent running game it would open things up so much more. I know a lot of that falls on the oline’s shoulders, but having a back like Harris will help compensate. Besides a legit speed receiver, an RB like him is the missing piece on offense. One of the little nuggets I’ve come across while coming to this conclusion:
    “Per Bob McGinn of The Athletic, an anonymous NFL scout called Harris the best player in the draft and brought up Derrick Henry's name.

    "Reminds me of Derrick Henry," the scout told McGinn. "I have a feeling he'll run in the 4.5 [in the 40] because he runs away from people in that league [the SEC], and that league I know has speed. Only negative I had was he absorbs punishment because he likes to run through tacklers instead of going around them."
     
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    Jabril Cox, LSU, middle linebacker. hes got the size, speed and experience to be the leader of our defense for the next 12 years. we keep trying to convert players to MLB, time draft one that IS is MLB.
     
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    If this happened I would be very happy.
     
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    Agreed, if Horn is there you almost have to take the gamble on being able to nab Williams in the 2nd. I could see us getting poached though based on it being a telegraphed selection.
     
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    Yep, that’s my concern on both positions. We have no flexibility to maneuver and everyone in the league is aware of what we need. Prime position to be jumped in both rounds.
     
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    Teams draft according to their wants and needs, not ours.
     
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    And if a team wants and needs a particular CB or RB, they will jump ahead of us.

    ...That's why teams move up, to jump in front of other teams about to select the player they covet. Why else do you think they move up? They want to pay more?
     
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    Boogie Basham, who may actually sneak into first round.
     
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    I was on the bandwagon already (unless Horn is there, then we go Javonte in Rd 2), but this solidified it.

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/08/najee-harris-wants-espns-todd-mcshay-to-kiss-my-a/
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Exactly why no teams jumped the exact picks ahead of us for Watson and mahomes . . . oh wait. A smart GM knows other teams needs and uses them to his advantage.

    maybe Quebec is Keim!
     
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    Our perceived needs have been evident for months, and the signing of both Butler and Alford means we're not entirely dependent on the draft, nor is it clear who we actually covet. The RB need can be answered, perhaps not to your satisfaction, beyond the first round and if there's someone we particularly fancy, we too can make a move. Perhaps, sinful to say, the FO is satisfied with Edmunds and the others. We don't have long to wait to find out.
     

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