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Two of my binkies in your top 100, SMU (Chenal and Cook) doesn't bode well for my hope that they'd be Day 3 guys back a few months ago...
 

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Curious about @SMU_Sox thoughts on Zach Tom?

His physicals look good, strong size, great short shuttle (which seems to be something that has been a bit of an indicator of OL success).
Just on the physical side he looks a bit like a longer armed, slightly more athletic version of Thuney. Did he not make the list because of technique?
He didn't make the list because I didn't get to him when I posted the original list :).


I'll discuss Tom and post a board update.

Tom: I have him as a zone scheme fit. He lacks power and functional strength. The Pats have gone with undersized centers multiple times so he would fit from that perspective but imo he is a center only in their system. He is a special athlete. If he is there sometime on day 3 I think they'd consider him but as a center only prospect not likely imo until late. It would be better to take an IOL who can also backup OG too.

As for my board update: I am finishing up edges. I am 100% done all of OL. I am going to finish edge, DT, ILB, safety, corner, WR and then move on to QB, RB, and TE. I will finish up with about 250 prospects.


Name Position Grade
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Aidan Hutchinson - Michigan 8.25 Edge 8.25
2​
Derek Stingley Jr. - LSU 8.25 CB 8.25
3​
Kyle Hamilton - ND 8.25 S 8.25
4​
Drake London - USC 8.25 WR 8.25
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Sauce Gardner - Cincinnati 8.0 CB 8.0
6​
Jordan Davis - UGA 8.0 IDL 8.0
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Travon Walker - UGA 7.75 Edge 7.75
8​
Ikem Ekwonu - NC State 7.75 OT 7.75
9​
Jermaine Johnson - FSU 7.99 Edge 7.99
10​
Kayvon Thibodeaux - Oregon 7.75 Edge 7.75
11​
Evan Neal - Bama 7.99 OT 7.99
12​
Chris Olave - Ohio State 7.99 WR 7.99
13​
Andrew Booth - Clemson 7.99 CB 7.99
14​
Garrett Wilson - Ohio State 7.75 WR 7.75
15​
David Ojabo - Michigan 7.75 Edge 7.75
16​
Zion Johnson - BC 7.99 IOL 7.99
17​
Charles Cross - Miss State 7.99 OT 7.99
18​
Trevor Penning - Northern Iowa 7.75 OT 7.75
19​
George Karlaftis - Purdue 7.99 Edge 7.99
20​
Devin Lloyd - Utah 7.99 ILB 7.99
21​
Daxton Hill - Michigan - 7.99 S 7.99
22​
Travis Jones - Uconn 7.99 IDL 7.99
23​
Lewis Cine - UGA - 7.99 S 7.99
24​
Jameson Williams - Bama 7.99 WR 7.99
25​
Leo Chenal - Wisconsin 7.75 ILB 7.75
26​
Nakobe Dean - UGA 7.99 ILB 7.99
27​
Kenyon Green - TAMU 7.99 IOL 7.99
28​
Boye Mafe - Minnesota 7.75 Edge 7.75
29​
Jalen Pitre - Baylor - 7.75 S 7.75
30​
Trent McDuffie - Washington 7.5 CB 7.5
31​
Logan Hall - Houston 7.5 Edge 7.5
32​
Tyler Linderbaum - Iowa 7.5 IOL 7.5
33​
Devonte Wyatt - UGA 7.5 IDL 7.5
34​
Bernhard Raimann - Central Mich 7.5 OT 7.5
35​
George Pickens - UGA 7.5 WR 7.5
36​
Chad Muma - Wyoming 7.5 ILB 7.5
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Damone Clark - LSU 7.5 ILB 7.5
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Jahan Dotson - PSU 7.5 WR 7.5
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Jaquan Brisker - PSU 7.5 S 7.5
40​
Tyler Smith - Tulsa 7.5 OT 7.5
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Daniel Faalele - Minnesota 7.5 OT 7.5
42​
Treylon Burks - Arkansas 7.5 WR 7.5
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Kaiir Elam - Florida 7.25 CB 7.25
44​
Arnold Ebiketie - PSU 7.25 Edge 7.25
45​
Sean Rhyan - UCLA 7.25 IOL 7.25
46​
Dylan Parham - Memphis 7.25 IOL 7.25
47​
Roger McCreary - Auburn 7.25 CB 7.25
48​
Brian Asamoah - Oklahoma 7.25 ILB 7.25
49​
Skyy Moore - Western Michigan 6.99 WR 7.0
50​
Nik Bonitto - Oklahoma 7.0 Edge 7.0
51​
Channing Tindall - UGA 7.0 ILB 7.0
52​
Max Mitchell - Louisiana 7.0 OT 7.0
53​
Marquis Hayes - Oklahoma 7.0 IOL 7.0
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Darrian Beavers - Cin 7.0 ILB 7.0
55​
John Metchie - Bama 7.0 WR 7.0
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Josh Paschal - Kentucky 7.0 Edge/IDL 7.0
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Quay Walker - UGA 6.99 ILB 6.99
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Kyler Gordon - Washington 6.99 CB 6.99
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Jalyn Armour-Davis - Alabama 6.99 CB 6.99
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DeMarvin Leal - TAMU 6.99 IDL 6.99
61​
Phidarian Mathis - Bama 6.99 IDL 6.99
62​
Darian - Kinnard - Kentucky 6.99 IOL 6.99
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Christian Watson - NDSU 6.99 WR 6.99
64​
Sam Williams - Ole Miss 6.99 Edge 6.99
65​
Alontae Taylor - Tennessee 6.75 CB 6.75
66​
Kingsley Enagbare - South Carolina 6.75 Edge 6.75
67​
Abraham Lucas - Wash State 6.75 OT 6.75
68​
Cole Strange - Chattanooga 6.75 IOL 6.75
69​
Luke Goedeke - Central Mich 6.75 IOL 6.75
70​
Rasheed Walker - PSU 6.75 OT 6.75
71​
Christian Harris - Bama 6.75 ILB 6.75
72​
Cameron Thomas - San Diego State 6.75 Edge 6.75
73​
Jalen Tolbert - South Alabama 6.75 WR 6.75
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Kerby Joseph - Illinois 6.75 S 6.75
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Logan Bruss - Wisconsin 6.5 IOL 6.5
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Jamaree Salyer - UGA 6.5 IOL 6.5
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Troy Andersen - Montana State 6.5 ILB 6.5
78​
Ed Ingram - LSU 6.5 IOL 6.5
79​
Luke Fortner - Kentucky 6.5 IOL 6.5
80​
Brandon Smith - PSU 6.5 ILB 6.5
81​
Lecitus Smith - Virginia Tech 6.5 IOL 6.5
82​
Perrion Winfrey - Oklahoma 6.5 IDL 6.5
83​
Coby Bryant - Cincinnati 6.5 CB 6.5
84​
Nicholas Petit-Frere - Ohio State 6.5 OT 6.5
85​
Cam Jurgens - Nebraska 6.5 IOL 6.5
86​
Joshua Ezeudu - North Carolina 6.5 IOL 6.5
87​
Verone McKinley III - Oregon 6.5 S 6.5
88​
Nick Cross - Maryland - 6.5 S 6.5
89​
Tycen Anderson - Toledo - 6.5 S 6.5
90​
David Bell - Purdue 6.5 WR 6.5
91​
Wan'Dale Robinson - Kentucky 6.5 WR 6.5
92​
Kyle Philips - UCLA 6.5 WR 6.5
93​
Justyn Ross - Clemson 6.49 WR 6.49
94​
Alec Pierce - Cincinnati 6.49 WR 6.49
95​
Tariq Woolen - Texas San Antonio 6.49 CB 6.49
96​
Akayleb Evans - Missouri 6.49 CB 6.49
97​
Dominique Robinson - Miami Ohio 6.49 Edge 6.49
98​
Neil Farrell - LSU 6.49 IDL 6.49
99​
Drake Jackson - USC 6.49 Edge 6.49
100​
Marcus Jones - Houston 6.49 CB 6.49
101​
Myjai Sanders - Cin 6.49 Edge 6.49
102​
Isaiah Thomas - Oklahoma 6.49 Edge 6.49
103​
John Ridgeway - Arkansas 6.49 IDL 6.49
104​
Bryan Cook - Cin - 6.49 S 6.49
105​
Khalil Shakir - Boise State 6.49 WR 6.49
106​
Zach Tom - Wake Forest 6.49 IOL 6.49
107​
JT Woods - Baylor 6.49 S 6.49
108​
Danny Gray - SMU 6.49 WR 6.49
109​
Joshua Jobe - Alabama 6.49 CB 6.49
110​
Martin Emerson - Mississippi State 6.25 CB 6.25
111​
Spencer Burford - UTSA 6.25 OT 6.25
112​
Cade Mays - Tennessee 6.25 IOL 6.25
113​
Vincent Gray - Michigan 6.25 CB 6.25
114​
Romeo Doubs - Nevada 6.25 WR 6.25
115​
Braxton Jones - Southern Utah 6.25 OT 6.25
116​
Erik Ezukanma - Texas Tech 6.25 WR 6.25
117​
Zakoby McClain - Auburn 6.25 ILB 6.25
118​
Mario Goodrich - Clemson 6.0 CB 6.0
119​
Kellen Diesch - Arizona State 6.0 OT 6.0
120​
Vederian Lowe - Illinois 6.0 OT 6.0
121​
Nick Zakelj - Fordham 6.0 IOL 6.0
122​
Leon O'Neal Jr. - TAMU 6.0 S 6.0
123​
Tariq Castro-Fields - PSU 6.0 CB 6.0
124​
Justin Shaffer - UGA 5.99 IOL 5.99
125​
Derion Kendrick - UGA 5.99 CB 5.99
126​
Thayer Munford - Ohio State 5.99 IOL 5.99
127​
Chasen Hines - LSU 5.99 IOL 5.99
128​
Otito Ogbonnia - UCLA 5.99 IDL 5.99
129​
Dohnovan West - Arizona State 5.99 IOL 5.99
130​
Smoke Monday - Auburn 5.99 S 5.99
131​
Jesse Luketa - PSU 5.99 Edge 5.99
132​
Haskell Garrett - Ohio State 5.99 IDL 5.99
133​
Matt Waletzko - NDU 5.75 OT 5.75
134​
Reggie Roberson - SMU 5.5 WR 5.5
135​
Cam Taylor-Britt - Nebraska 5.49 CB 5.49
136​
William Dunkle - SDSU 5.49 IOL 5.49
137​
Chris Paul - Tulsa 5.49 IOL 5.49
138​
Yusuf Corker - Kentucky 5.49 S 5.49
139​
Cordell Volson - NDSU 5.25 IOL 5.25
140​
Andrew Steuber - Michigan 5.25 IOL 5.25
141​
Dare Rosenthal - Kentucky 5.0 OT 5.0
142​
Mykael Wright - Oregon 5.0 CB 5.0
143​
Dane Belton - Iowa 5.0 S 5.0
144​
James Empey - BYU 5.0 IOL 5.0
145​
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa - Notre Dame 4.99 IDL 4.99
146​
Blaise Andries - Minnesota 4.49 IOL 4.99
147​
Alec Lindstrom - BC 4.49 IOL 4.99
148​
Kalon Barnes - Baylor 4.99 CB 4.99
149​
Jaylen Watson - Washington State 4.75 CB 4.75
150​
Dawson Deaton - Texas Tech 4.75 IOL 4.75
151​
Obinna Eze - TCU 4.75 OT 4.75
152​
Luke Tenuta - Virginia Tech 4.5 OT 4.5
153​
Nick Ford - Utah 4.5 IOL 4.25
154​
Austin Deculus - LSU 4.0 IOL 4.0
155​
Myron Cunningham - Arkansas 3.5 OT 3.5
 

Average Game James

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Another question, if you have more than one guy with the same grade, are you ranking them based on personal preference? Position value? Other?
Maybe along the same lines as this question, when you have say a 7.75 above a 7.99 is this primarily a statement about potential upside?
 

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Can you remind me/us (or point us to the appropriate place) what the rating scores equate to qualitatively?
I found this, so this partially answers my question:
I have a 7.99 on him right now but I want to see his testing because that is important to edge. A 7.99 is: Will be very good player. Probable rookie starter. May or may not have pro bowl physical traits. I think his floor with mediocre testing is a 7-7.5: Can be a good starter you can win with. Should compete for role/starting position. May be immediate contributor.

Quick edit: a 7.99 in most years is a back end of the first or an early to mid 2nd round kind of grade. This year there aren't a lot of blue chippers but there are a lot of 7+ players, or quality starters.
 

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Edit: @Saints Rest
Here is the scale again:

Edit: this is a very rough translation. And it doesn't stack perfectly.

Sure-fire blue-chip players:
9.00 Dominant Player. All-Pro Traits. Should develop into the best at his position.
8.99-8.50 Consistent Pro Bowler. Gameplan changer. Very few flaws if any.

Early to middle first rounders
8.49-8.00 Will be very good player. Rookie Starter. Should have pro bowl physical traits.

Middle first rounders to early 2nds:
7.99 Will be very good player. Probable rookie starter. May or may not have pro bowl physical traits.
7.75 Unique Potential. Pro bowl traits who needs critical technical development and consistency.

2nd rounders:
7.5-7.0 Can be a good starter you can win with. Should compete for a role/starting position. May be immediate contributor.

Late 2nd rounders to 3rd rounders.
6.99-6.50 Functional starter in first 3 years who you should win with. No fatal flaws. Development needed.

Late 3rd to 4th rounders:
6.49-6.00 Flash Starter Tools. Quality Role player and/or Good ST. Emergency Starter.

4th to 5th rounders:
5.99-5.50 Quality role player and contributor for scheme specific teams.

6th to 7th Rounders:
5.49-5.00 Draftable player with intriguing physical tools or a functional role player to strengthen the 53.

7th rounders to priority free agents:
4.99-4.50 Priority Free Agent. Has a couple tools that you want to work with.

UDFAs:
4.49-4.00 Undrafted Free Agent. Will go on the 90 man roster somewhere.
3.99-3.50 Invite to rookie mini camp. At least one intriguing quality to see live.

Nopes:
3.49-3.00 Off radar due to injury, size, position projection, etc. May be successful in CFL/AFL/etc.
2.00 Incomplete
1.00 Reject
 

SMU_Sox

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Another question, if you have more than one guy with the same grade, are you ranking them based on personal preference? Position value? Other?
Personal preference without positional value. I will actually build out a board this year where I assign positional weights to see what that looks like.

Maybe along the same lines as this question, when you have say a 7.75 above a 7.99 is this primarily a statement about potential upside?
Yes - so lets take Thibodeaux, 10th on the board, vs Jermaine Johnson, 9th on the board. Jermaine Johnson is such a clean eval and has such great traits that I value his floor. He has the floor of a guy just below the pro bowl level. He might even make it to the pro bowl but I think he is just a cut below that. That being said he is one of the best run defending edges in the draft the last 2-3 years AND he is a very good pass rusher. I've gushed about him before. You don't know anything for sure with guys but I feel very confident that he is a high end starter. Thibodeaux though is someone who if he hits his potential has clear pro bowl level burst and pass rush potential. My concern with him is that he never actually develops more as a pass rusher as he hasn't done much in 3 years to advance his arsenal.

Another example is Ekwonu, 7.75 and 8th, vs Neal 7.99 and 11th. I think Neal will be a very good starter but Ekwonu is already the best run blocking OT I have seen and if he can improve his pass pro technique we're looking at an all-pro. I don't think Neal gets close to that. I don't even think he ever makes a pro bowl. So I have Ekwonu higher there.

Next year I might do that for the about 6.49-6.5 areas. I might want to take a guy who flashes starting skills with high end traits like DB Tariq Woolen or edge-OLB Dominique Robinson vs a low end starter with a decent floor like OG Lecitus Smith.
 

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Also I think the draft media is overrating Thibs a bit. I heard a comp I really liked which is he is a smaller and less developed Clowney coming out who isn’t as good vs the run. As a pass rusher right now he’s like Rivera a bit: one pitch but it’s a good one (speed to power).
 

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I'm not sure if this is the right place but I just watched an interesting discussion about what having Groh being from the college scouting side in charge of the draft this year vs. Ziegler being from the pro side in charge of last year's draft and what that might mean in terms of changes (if any). I was curious what the draftniks might think about this. The beginning premise was that last year was more of a "chalk" draft from Ziegler who was then aggressive and creative in free agency and could we see the reverse this year?
 

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Never heard of this dude. Seems like an interesting Day 3 prospect — should be a useful goal-line back, speculation about a swiitch to LB suggests he should be a capable ST guy, and the strength/speed combo seems like he might have upside (40 time was 4.44).

https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/2022/03/130010/master-teague-turns-heads-with-standout-testing-numbers-at-ohio-state-pro-day
View: https://twitter.com/staceydales/status/1506743815838781442?s=21
Teague was a pretty good RB in in 2019 with the Buckeyes but ended up splitting carries with Trey Sermon in 2020 and got hurt this year.
 

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He’s a north/south power back with some juice but I think he is more of a RB3/4 type. I looked at him in 2019 assuming he was coming out in 2020. His COD and vision are below average. He also doesn’t set up his lanes well.
 

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I just learned this.

Damone Clark, with a 7.5 score from SMU above, will have spinal fusion surgery after tests at the combine revealed a medical problem. This is expected to keep him out for his entire rookie season although he is expected to make a full recovery. Must be so heart breaking for him, but maybe the Pats can get a bargain in the late rounds.

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SMU_Sox

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I just learned this.

Damone Clark, with a 7.5 score from SMU above, will have spinal fusion surgery after tests at the combine revealed a medical problem. This is expected to keep him out for his entire rookie season although he is expected to make a full recovery. Must be so heart breaking for him, but maybe the Pats can get a bargain in the late rounds.

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He is one of the guys I mentioned as a Patriots prototype. I like his tape a lot. He should be an above average to quality starter for them. I have three herniated discs in my back so now I have a soft spot for him. Check out his tape vs Bama if you want to see how good he can be!

Quick note: LSU defensive players who wear 18 are the leaders of the team. Clark is a tone setter on the field and a leader on and off of it.
 

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I had always thought that the Patriots should be looking to come out of this draft with two linebackers as the team lost Hightower, Van Noy, Collins and Winovich and brought in Mack Wilson (and I understand that Wilson's value as a player is primarily due to his special teams contributions). We can hope that McMillan comes back from his injury and contributes. We can hope that Bentley takes a step forward. We can hope that Perkins is able to come out of his red-shirt rookie season and is in a position to contribute. All that said, linebacker/edge is a huge need on this team.

I, personally, have also viewed this current off-season (free agency and draft), as well as the coming season and next year's off-season (free agency and draft) as all being parts of a foundation-setting bridge period with an ultimate goal of building towards the 2023 season (Mac's third year on his rookie contract). I want the team to do well next year in terms of wins and making the post-season but even more than that I want to see growth from the young players in the coming season. If I had to choose between either wrapping up the 2022 season 12-5 with a play-off victory but having disappointing performance's from the young individual players with a need to make serious changes to the roster versus finishing the season 7-10, finishing third in the division, but seeing huge growth from the young core of this team and having a solid team that we can build on in the next off-season, I am taking the 7-10 season.

All of this is a long way of saying if we can draft Clark at a discount due to his surgery I'm completely on board especially if he is the second of third linebacker we draft. Like if we can get a player like Muma/Chenal/Tindall at 54 (or in that area if they trade up or trade down) and get Clark around 127 or later, that would be absolutely wonderful.
 

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Quick question for @SMU_Sox:

Given the apparent depth of defensive talent in the draft, and the losses in the front seven, is it likely the Patriots would go all-defense in the first three rounds?

Likewise, is it reasonable to expect that a deep draft reduces the likelihood that the Patriots can turn their early picks into multiple later picks (my preference)?
 

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I'm not SMU Sox but I could easily see them having a defense heavy first couple of picks. If I were a betting man I do think they take an offensive lineman somewhere in the first 100 or so picks in the draft (whether it's IOL or OT depends a bit on what they think of guys like Justin Herron an Durant) so whether they go all defense with their first three picks might depend a little on how much they trade around but I don't see them waiting for 127 to pick an offensive lineman.

127 is a pretty good looking place to take a running back by the way and Harris/White don't seem likely to be pats for the long term. And it would drive Pats fans crazy to see them not pick a wide receiver before they pick. But Kyren Williams is great at pass protection....

1st Round — 21st overall (assigned)
2nd Round — 54th overall (assigned)
3rd Round — 85th overall (assigned)
4th Round — 127th overall (assigned)
5th Round — 170th overall (from Tampa Bay via Shaq Mason trade)
6th Round — 200th overall (assigned)
6th Round — 210th overall (from L.A. Rams via Sony Michel trade)
 
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I expect them to take an ILB, a NT, a corner, a FS of the future, an edge, an X receiver, and an IOL/LG with their picks. I could easily see a draft where they take Travis Jones or Jordan Davis early, then an ILB who can play some OLB like Chenal, and then maybe shift over and grab an X, grab an IOL. First 2/3 picks though I think will be on defense. If they went 3/3 on defense wouldn't shock me at all.

Quick edit: I don't expect them to draft all of the above picks. There is only so much you can do with one draft. I do expect at least half of those selections though...
 

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Updated big board. I am 100% done with defense. Unless a name comes up in the last week or so I am finished. I am probably halfway through TEs, RBs, and QBs but don't want to add them until I am done their groups. I will be writing a Patriots Draft Superlatives article hopefully sometime later this week or early next week.

Name Position Grade
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Aidan Hutchinson - Michigan 8.25 Edge 8.25
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Derek Stingley Jr. - LSU 8.25 CB 8.25
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Kyle Hamilton - ND 8.25 S 8.25
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Drake London - USC 8.25 WR 8.25
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Sauce Gardner - Cincinnati 8.0 CB 8.0
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Jordan Davis - UGA 8.0 IDL 8.0
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Travon Walker - UGA 7.75 Edge 7.75
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Ikem Ekwonu - NC State 7.75 OT 7.75
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Jermaine Johnson - FSU 7.99 Edge 7.99
10​
Kayvon Thibodeaux - Oregon 7.75 Edge 7.75
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Evan Neal - Bama 7.99 OT 7.99
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Chris Olave - Ohio State 7.99 WR 7.99
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Andrew Booth - Clemson 7.99 CB 7.99
14​
Garrett Wilson - Ohio State 7.75 WR 7.75
15​
David Ojabo - Michigan 7.75 Edge 7.75
16​
Zion Johnson - BC 7.99 IOL 7.99
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Charles Cross - Miss State 7.99 OT 7.99
18​
Trevor Penning - Northern Iowa 7.75 OT 7.75
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George Karlaftis - Purdue 7.99 Edge 7.99
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Devin Lloyd - Utah 7.99 ILB 7.99
21​
Daxton Hill - Michigan - 7.99 S 7.99
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Travis Jones - Uconn 7.99 IDL 7.99
23​
Lewis Cine - UGA - 7.99 S 7.99
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Jameson Williams - Bama 7.99 WR 7.99
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Leo Chenal - Wisconsin 7.75 ILB 7.75
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Nakobe Dean - UGA 7.99 ILB 7.99
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Kenyon Green - TAMU 7.99 IOL 7.99
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Boye Mafe - Minnesota 7.75 Edge 7.75
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Jalen Pitre - Baylor - 7.75 S 7.75
30​
Trent McDuffie - Washington 7.5 CB 7.5
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Logan Hall - Houston 7.5 Edge 7.5
32​
Tyler Linderbaum - Iowa 7.5 IOL 7.5
33​
Devonte Wyatt - UGA 7.5 IDL 7.5
34​
Bernhard Raimann - Central Mich 7.5 OT 7.5
35​
George Pickens - UGA 7.5 WR 7.5
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Chad Muma - Wyoming 7.5 ILB 7.5
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Damone Clark - LSU 7.5 ILB 7.5
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Jahan Dotson - PSU 7.5 WR 7.5
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Jaquan Brisker - PSU 7.5 S 7.5
40​
Tyler Smith - Tulsa 7.5 OT 7.5
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Daniel Faalele - Minnesota 7.5 OT 7.5
42​
Treylon Burks - Arkansas 7.5 WR 7.5
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Kaiir Elam - Florida 7.25 CB 7.25
44​
Arnold Ebiketie - PSU 7.25 Edge 7.25
45​
Sean Rhyan - UCLA 7.25 IOL 7.25
46​
Dylan Parham - Memphis 7.25 IOL 7.25
47​
Roger McCreary - Auburn 7.25 CB 7.25
48​
Brian Asamoah - Oklahoma 7.25 ILB 7.25
49​
Skyy Moore - Western Michigan 7.0 WR 7.0
50​
Nik Bonitto - Oklahoma 7.0 Edge 7.0
51​
Channing Tindall - UGA 7.0 ILB 7.0
52​
Max Mitchell - Louisiana 7.0 OT 7.0
53​
Marquis Hayes - Oklahoma 7.0 IOL 7.0
54​
Darrian Beavers - Cin 7.0 ILB 7.0
55​
John Metchie - Bama 7.0 WR 7.0
56​
Josh Paschal - Kentucky 7.0 Edge/IDL 7.0
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Quay Walker - UGA 6.99 ILB 6.99
58​
Kyler Gordon - Washington 6.99 CB 6.99
59​
Jalyn Armour-Davis - Alabama 6.99 CB 6.99
60​
DeMarvin Leal - TAMU 6.99 IDL 6.99
61​
Phidarian Mathis - Bama 6.99 IDL 6.99
62​
Darian - Kinnard - Kentucky 6.99 IOL 6.99
63​
Christian Watson - NDSU 6.99 WR 6.99
64​
Sam Williams - Ole Miss 6.99 Edge 6.99
65​
Alontae Taylor - Tennessee 6.75 CB 6.75
66​
Kingsley Enagbare - South Carolina 6.75 Edge 6.75
67​
Abraham Lucas - Wash State 6.75 OT 6.75
68​
Cole Strange - Chattanooga 6.75 IOL 6.75
69​
Luke Goedeke - Central Mich 6.75 IOL 6.75
70​
Rasheed Walker - PSU 6.75 OT 6.75
71​
Christian Harris - Bama 6.75 ILB 6.75
72​
Cameron Thomas - San Diego State 6.75 Edge 6.75
73​
Jalen Tolbert - South Alabama 6.75 WR 6.75
74​
Kerby Joseph - Illinois 6.75 S 6.75
75​
Logan Bruss - Wisconsin 6.5 IOL 6.5
76​
Jamaree Salyer - UGA 6.5 IOL 6.5
77​
Troy Andersen - Montana State 6.5 ILB 6.5
78​
Ed Ingram - LSU 6.5 IOL 6.5
79​
Luke Fortner - Kentucky 6.5 IOL 6.5
80​
Brandon Smith - PSU 6.5 ILB 6.5
81​
Lecitus Smith - Virginia Tech 6.5 IOL 6.5
82​
Perrion Winfrey - Oklahoma 6.5 IDL 6.5
83​
Coby Bryant - Cincinnati 6.5 CB 6.5
84​
Nicholas Petit-Frere - Ohio State 6.5 OT 6.5
85​
Cam Jurgens - Nebraska 6.5 IOL 6.5
86​
Joshua Ezeudu - North Carolina 6.5 IOL 6.5
87​
Verone McKinley III - Oregon 6.5 S 6.5
88​
Joshua Williams - Fayetteville State University 6.5 CB 6.5
89​
Zyon McCollum - Sam Houston State 6.5 CB 6.5
90​
Nick Cross - Maryland - 6.5 S 6.5
91​
Tycen Anderson - Toledo - 6.5 S 6.5
92​
David Bell - Purdue 6.5 WR 6.5
93​
Malcolm Rodriguez - Oklahoma State 6.5 ILB 6.5
94​
Wan'Dale Robinson - Kentucky 6.5 WR 6.5
95​
Kyle Philips - UCLA 6.5 WR 6.5
96​
DeAngelo Malone - Western Kentucky 6.5 OLB/ILB 6.5
97​
Justyn Ross - Clemson 6.49 WR 6.49
98​
Alec Pierce - Cincinnati 6.49 WR 6.49
99​
Tariq Woolen - Texas San Antonio 6.49 CB 6.49
100​
Akayleb Evans - Missouri 6.49 CB 6.49
101​
Dominique Robinson - Miami Ohio 6.49 Edge 6.49
102​
Neil Farrell - LSU 6.49 IDL 6.49
103​
Drake Jackson - USC 6.49 Edge 6.49
104​
Marcus Jones - Houston 6.49 CB 6.49
105​
Myjai Sanders - Cin 6.49 Edge 6.49
106​
Jojo Domann - Nebraska 6.49 ILB/S 6.49
107​
Isaiah Thomas - Oklahoma 6.49 Edge 6.49
108​
John Ridgeway - Arkansas 6.49 IDL 6.49
109​
Bryan Cook - Cin - 6.49 S 6.49
110​
Khalil Shakir - Boise State 6.49 WR 6.49
111​
Zach Tom - Wake Forest 6.49 IOL 6.49
112​
Micheal Clemons - TAMU 6.49 Edge 6.49
113​
JT Woods - Baylor 6.49 S 6.49
114​
Danny Gray - SMU 6.49 WR 6.49
115​
Joshua Jobe - Alabama 6.49 CB 6.49
116​
Martin Emerson - Mississippi State 6.25 CB 6.25
117​
Spencer Burford - UTSA 6.25 OT 6.25
118​
Cade Mays - Tennessee 6.25 IOL 6.25
119​
Eyioma Uwazurike - Iowa State 6.25 IDL 6.25
120​
Vincent Gray - Michigan 6.25 CB 6.25
121​
Romeo Doubs - Nevada 6.25 WR 6.25
122​
Matthew Butler - Tennessee 6.25 IDL 6.25
123​
Braxton Jones - Southern Utah 6.25 OT 6.25
124​
Mike Rose - Iowa State 6.25 ILB 6.25
125​
Erik Ezukanma - Texas Tech 6.25 WR 6.25
126​
Juanyeh Thomas - Georgia Tech 6.25 S 6.25
127​
Zakoby McClain - Auburn 6.25 ILB 6.25
128​
Percy Butler - Louisiana Ragin Cagins 6.25 S 6.25
129​
Mario Goodrich - Clemson 6.0 CB 6.0
130​
Damarri Mathis - Pitt 6.0 CB 6.0
131​
Kellen Diesch - Arizona State 6.0 OT 6.0
132​
Vederian Lowe - Illinois 6.0 OT 6.0
133​
Kalia Davis - UCF 6.0 IDL 6.0
134​
Nick Zakelj - Fordham 6.0 IOL 6.0
135​
Leon O'Neal Jr. - TAMU 6.0 S 6.0
136​
Tariq Castro-Fields - PSU 6.0 CB 6.0
137​
Micah McFadden - Indiana 6.0 ILB 6.0
138​
Jeremiah Moon - Florida 6.0 ILB/OLB 6.0
139​
Justin Shaffer - UGA 5.99 IOL 5.99
140​
Derion Kendrick - UGA 5.99 CB 5.99
141​
Thayer Munford - Ohio State 5.99 IOL 5.99
142​
Cordale Flott - LSU 5.99 CB 5.99
143​
Delarrin Turner-Yell - Oklahoma 5.99 S 6.0
144​
Zachary Carter - Florida 5.99 IDL/Edge 5.99
145​
Chasen Hines - LSU 5.99 IOL 5.99
146​
Otito Ogbonnia - UCLA 5.99 IDL 5.99
147​
Dohnovan West - Arizona State 5.99 IOL 5.99
148​
Jayden Peevy - TAMU 5.99 IDL 5.99
149​
Smoke Monday - Auburn 5.99 S 5.99
150​
Jesse Luketa - PSU 5.99 Edge 5.99
151​
Haskell Garrett - Ohio State 5.99 IDL 5.99
152​
Matt Waletzko - NDU 5.75 OT 5.75
153​
Tyreke Smith - Ohio State 5.75 Edge 5.75
154​
Terrel Bernard - Baylor 5.75 ILB 5.75
155​
Aaron Hansford - TAMU 5.75 ILB 5.75
156​
Thomas Booker - Stanford 5.75 IDL 5.75
157​
Jeremiah Gemmel - UNC 5.5 ILB 5.5
158​
Reggie Roberson - SMU 5.5 WR 5.5
159​
Baylon Spector - Clemson 5.5 ILB 5.5
160​
Cam Taylor-Britt - Nebraska 5.49 CB 5.49
161​
Alex Wright - UAB 5.49 Edge/IDL 5.49
162​
D.J. Davidson - Arizona State 5.49 IDL 5.49
163​
William Dunkle - SDSU 5.49 IOL 5.49
164​
Chris Paul - Tulsa 5.49 IOL 5.49
165​
Yusuf Corker - Kentucky 5.49 S 5.49
166​
Cordell Volson - NDSU 5.25 IOL 5.25
167​
Noah Ellis - Idaho 5.25 IDL 5.25
168​
D'Marco Jackson - App State 5.25 ILB 5.25
169​
Andrew Steuber - Michigan 5.25 IOL 5.25
170​
Dare Rosenthal - Kentucky 5.0 OT 5.0
171​
Mykael Wright - Oregon 5.0 CB 5.0
172​
Dane Belton - Iowa 5.0 S 5.0
173​
Chris Steele - USC 5.0 CB 5.0
174​
James Empey - BYU 5.0 IOL 5.0
175​
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa - Notre Dame 4.99 IDL 4.99
176​
Blaise Andries - Minnesota 4.49 IOL 4.99
177​
Alec Lindstrom - BC 4.49 IOL 4.99
178​
Christopher Allen - Alabama 4.99 Edge/OLB 4.99
179​
Marquan McCall - Kentucky 4.99 IDL 4.99
180​
Dallis Flowers - Pitt State 4.99 CB 4.99
181​
Jack Sanborn - Wisconsin 4.99 ILB 4.99
182​
Kalon Barnes - Baylor 4.99 CB 4.99
183​
Amare Barno - Virginia Tech 4.75 Edge 4.75
184​
Jaylen Watson - Washington State 4.75 CB 4.75
185​
Jeffrey Gunter - Coastal Carolina 4.75 Edge 4.75
186​
Dawson Deaton - Texas Tech 4.75 IOL 4.75
187​
Obinna Eze - TCU 4.75 OT 4.75
188​
Luke Tenuta - Virginia Tech 4.5 OT 4.5
189​
Nate Landman - Colorado 4.5 ILB 4.5
190​
Markquese Bell - Florida A&M 4.5 S 4.5
191​
Carson Wells - Colorado 4.5 Edge 4.5
192​
Sterling Weatherford - Miami Ohio 4.5 S 4.5
193​
Bubba Bolden - Miami 4.5 S 4.5
194​
Eric Johnson - Missouri State 4.49 IDL 4.49
195​
Nick Ford - Utah 4.5 IOL 4.25
196​
Christopher Hinton - Michigan 4.25 IDL 4.25
197​
Jonathan Ford - Miami 4.0 IDL 4.0
198​
LaBryan Ray - Alabama 4.0 IDL/Edge 4.0
199​
Austin Deculus - LSU 4.0 IOL 4.0
200​
Ellis Brooks - Penn State 3.99 ILB 3.99
201​
Myron Cunningham - Arkansas 3.5 OT 3.5
202​
Tre Williams - Arkansas 3.5 Edge 3.5
203​
Jason Poe - Mercer 3.5 IOL/FB 3.5
204​
Reed Blankenship - Middle Ten 3.5 S 3.5
 

SMU_Sox

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I think they are going defense early and often but one thing I can’t figure out is what scheme they want to run next year. I still don’t know two weeks away if they are going to go to more zone, if they want a 4-3 or 3-4, etc. I know they want to be in nickel and probably dime more but it’s so hard to figure out who fits better if you don’t know what kind of scheme they want to run. Unless they play Uche, Perkins, or Jennings at edge they would have to run a 4-3 right now and a slimmed down Wise would be the other edge… I guess.
 

SMU_Sox

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Well, I am done my big board for this year.

I will actually write up some analysis for it soon with a Patriots superlatives but it took forever to finish it:

Rank First Name Last Name College Position Grade
1​
Aidan Hutchinson Michigan Edge 8.25
2​
Kyle Hamilton ND S 8.25
3​
Derek Stingley Jr. LSU CB 8.25
4​
Drake London USC WR 8.25
5​
Sauce Gardner Cincinnati CB 8
6​
Jordan Davis UGA IDL 8
7​
Travon Walker UGA Edge 7.75
8​
Ikem Ekwonu NC State OT 7.75
9​
Chris Olave Ohio State WR 7.99
10​
Jermaine Johnson FSU Edge 7.99
11​
Kayvon Thibodeaux Oregon Edge 7.75
12​
Evan Neal Bama OT 7.99
13​
Zion Johnson BC OG/OT 7.99
14​
Charles Cross Miss State OT 7.99
15​
Andrew Booth Clemson CB 7.99
16​
Garrett Wilson Ohio State WR 7.75
17​
George Karlaftis Purdue Edge 7.99
18​
Devin Lloyd Utah ILB 7.99
19​
Daxton Hill Michigan S 7.99
20​
Travis Jones Uconn IDL 7.99
21​
Lewis Cine UGA S 7.99
22​
Kenyon Green TAMU OG/OT 7.99
23​
Jameson Williams Bama WR 7.99
24​
David Ojabo Michigan Edge 7.75
25​
Trevor Penning Northern Iowa OT 7.75
26​
Leo Chenal Wisconsin ILB/Edge 7.75
27​
Nakobe Dean UGA ILB 7.99
28​
Kenneth Walker Michigan State RB 7.99
29​
Jalen Pitre Baylor S 7.75
30​
Breece Hall Iowa State RB 7.75
31​
Boye Mafe Minnesota Edge 7.75
32​
Trent McDuffie Washington CB 7.5
33​
Bernhard Raimann Central Mich OT 7.5
34​
Tyler Linderbaum Iowa OC 7.5
35​
Tyler Smith Tulsa OT 7.5
36​
Logan Hall Houston Edge/IDL 7.5
37​
Devonte Wyatt UGA IDL 7.5
38​
Damone Clark LSU ILB 7.5
39​
Jaquan Brisker PSU S 7.5
40​
Chad Muma Wyoming ILB 7.5
41​
George Pickens UGA WR 7.5
42​
Jahan Dotson PSU WR 7.5
43​
Arnold Ebiketie PSU Edge 7.25
44​
Kaiir Elam Florida CB 7.25
45​
Brian Asamoah Oklahoma ILB 7.25
46​
Dylan Parham Memphis OG/OC 7.25
47​
Nik Bonnito Oklahoma Edge 7.0
48​
Christian Watson NDSU WR 7.0
49​
Channing Tindall UGA ILB 7.0
50​
Josh Paschal Kentucky Edge/IDL 7.0
51​
Darrian Beavers Cin ILB 7.0
52​
Roger McCreary Auburn CB 7.0
53​
Cole Strange Chattanooga OG/OC 6.99
54​
Quay Walker UGA ILB 6.99
55​
Abraham Lucas Wash State OT 6.99
56​
Kyler Gordon Washington CB 6.99
57​
Sean Rhyan UCLA OG 6.99
58​
Phidarian Mathis Bama IDL 6.99
59​
DeMarvin Leal TAMU IDL 6.99
60​
Skyy Moore Western Michigan WR 6.99
61​
Darian Kinnard Kentucky OG 6.99
62​
Treylon Burks Arkansas WR 6.99
63​
Matt Corral Mississippi QB 6.99
64​
Sam Williams Ole Miss Edge 6.99
65​
Luke Goedeke Central Mich OG 6.75
66​
Alec Pierce Cincinnati WR 6.75
67​
Desmond Ridder Cincinnati QB 6.75
68​
Daniel Faalele Minnesota OT 6.75
69​
Kingsley Enagbare South Carolina Edge 6.75
70​
Trey McBride Colorado State TE 6.75
71​
John Metchie Bama WR 6.75
72​
Jalyn Armour-Davis Alabama CB 6.75
73​
Christian Harris Bama ILB 6.75
74​
Cameron Thomas San Diego State Edge 6.75
75​
Isaiah Spiller TAMU RB 6.75
76​
Kenny Pickett Pittsburgh QB 6.75
77​
Kerby Joseph Illinois S 6.75
78​
Cam Jurgens Nebraska OC 6.75
79​
Jalen Tolbert South Alabama WR 6.75
80​
Cade Otton Washington TE 6.75
81​
Perrion Winfrey Oklahoma IDL 6.5
82​
Troy Andersen Montana State ILB 6.5
83​
DeAngelo Malone Western Kentucky Edge/ILB 6.5
84​
Zach Tom Wake Forest OG/OC/OT 6.5
85​
Nicholas Petit-Frere Ohio State OT 6.5
86​
Luke Fortner Kentucky OC 6.5
87​
Brandon Smith PSU ILB 6.5
88​
Rasheed Walker PSU OT 6.5
89​
Bryan Cook Cincinnati S 6.5
90​
Brian Robinson Alabama RB 6.5
91​
Joshua Williams Fayetteville State University CB 6.5
92​
Justyn Ross Clemson WR 6.5
93​
Marquis Hayes Oklahoma OG 6.5
94​
Logan Bruss Wisconsin OG 6.5
95​
David Bell Purdue WR 6.5
96​
Malcolm Rodriguez Oklahoma State ILB 6.5
97​
Max Mitchell Louisiana OT 6.5
98​
Coby Bryant Cincinnati CB 6.5
99​
Jamaree Salyer UGA OG 6.5
100​
Joshua Ezeudu North Carolina OG/OT 6.5
101​
Kyle Philips UCLA WR 6.5
102​
Verone McKinley III Oregon S 6.5
103​
Zyon McCollum Sam Houston State CB 6.5
104​
Nick Cross Maryland S 6.5
105​
Tycen Anderson Toledo S 6.5
106​
Carson Strong Nevada QB 6.5
107​
Greg Dulcich UCLA TE 6.49
108​
Calvin Austin III Memphis WR 6.49
109​
Tariq Woolen UTSA CB 6.49
110​
Myjai Sanders Cin Edge 6.49
111​
Dominique Robinson Miami Ohio Edge 6.49
112​
Ed Ingram LSU OG 6.49
113​
Alontae Taylor Tennessee CB 6.49
114​
Drake Jackson USC Edge 6.49
115​
Makai Polk Mississippi State WR 6.49
116​
Zamir White UGA RB 6.49
117​
Jojo Domann Nebraska ILB 6.49
118​
Akayleb Evans Missouri CB 6.49
119​
Micheal Clemons TAMU Edge 6.49
120​
Dameon Pierce Florida RB 6.49
121​
Isaiah Thomas Oklahoma Edge/IDL 6.49
122​
Charlie Kolar Iowa State TE 6.49
123​
Cam Taylor-Britt Nebraska CB 6.49
124​
Lecitus Smith Virginia Tech OG 6.49
125​
Malik Willis Liberty QB 6.49
126​
Marcus Jones Houston CB 6.49
127​
Khalil Shakir Boise State WR 6.49
128​
Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State TE 6.49
129​
John Ridgeway Arkansas IDL 6.49
130​
Keaontay Ingram USC RB 6.49
131​
JT Woods Baylor S 6.49
132​
Joshua Jobe Alabama CB 6.49
133​
Neil Farrell LSU IDL 6.49
134​
Sam Howell North Carolina QB 6.49
135​
Spencer Burford UTSA OT 6.25
136​
Braxton Jones Southern Utah OT 6.25
137​
Martin Emerson Mississippi State CB 6.25
138​
Erik Ezukanma Texas Tech WR 6.25
139​
Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State IDL 6.25
140​
Mike Rose Iowa State ILB 6.25
141​
Cade Mays Tennessee OG 6.25
142​
Percy Butler Louisiana Ragin Cagins S 6.25
143​
Matthew Butler Tennessee IDL 6.25
144​
Zakoby McClain Auburn ILB 6.25
145​
Juanyeh Thomas Georgia Tech S 6.25
146​
Vincent Gray Michigan CB 6.25
147​
Wan'Dale Robinson Kentucky WR 6.25
148​
Romeo Doubs Nevada WR 6.25
149​
James Cook UGA RB 6.25
150​
Daniel Bellinger San Diego State TE 6.25
151​
Abram Smith Baylor RB 6.25
152​
Jelani Woods Virginia TE 6.25
153​
Bailey Zappe Western Kentucky QB 6.25
154​
Danny Gray SMU WR 6.25
155​
Vederian Lowe Illinois OT 6
156​
Kellen Diesch Arizona State OT 6
157​
Damarri Mathis Pitt CB 6
158​
Ty Davis-Price LSU RB 6
159​
Tariq Castro-Fields PSU CB 6
160​
Jeremiah Moon Florida Edge 6
161​
Micah McFadden Indiana ILB 6
162​
Kalia Davis UCF IDL 6
163​
Nick Zakelj Fordham OG 6
164​
Leon O'Neal Jr. TAMU S 6
165​
Mario Goodrich Clemson CB 6
166​
Kevin Austin Jr. Notre Dame WR 6
167​
James Mitchell Virginia Tech TE 6
168​
Kevin Harris South Carolina RB 6
169​
Jack Coan ND QB 6
170​
Justin Shaffer UGA OG 5.99
171​
Thayer Munford Ohio State OG 5.99
172​
Pierre Strong South Dakota State RB 5.99
173​
Dohnovan West Arizona State OC 5.99
174​
Otito Ogbonnia UCLA IDL 5.99
175​
Smoke Monday Auburn S 5.99
176​
Cordale Flott LSU CB 5.99
177​
Jake Ferguson Wisconsin TE 5.99
178​
Tyler Badie Missouri RB 5.99
179​
Derion Kendrick UGA CB 5.99
180​
Delarrin Turner-Yell Oklahoma S 5.99
181​
Zachary Carter Florida IDL 5.99
182​
Chasen Hines LSU OG 5.99
183​
Jesse Luketa PSU Edge/ILB 5.99
184​
Jayden Peevy TAMU IDL 5.99
185​
Isaiah Likely Coastal Carolina TE 5.99
186​
Hassan Haskins Michigan RB 5.99
187​
Haskell Garrett Ohio State IDL 5.99
188​
Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma RB 5.99
189​
Matt Waletzko NDU OT 5.75
190​
Zonovan Knight NC State RB 5.75
191​
Tyreke Smith Ohio State Edge 5.75
192​
Jerome Ford Cincinnati RB 5.75
193​
Thomas Booker Stanford IDL 5.75
194​
Terrel Bernard Baylor ILB 5.75
195​
Aaron Hansford TAMU ILB 5.75
196​
Zaquandre White South Carolina RB 5.5
197​
Reggie Roberson SMU WR 5.5
198​
Jeremiah Gemmel UNC ILB 5.5
199​
Cole Turner Nevada TE 5.5
200​
Baylon Spector Clemson ILB 5.5
201​
Bo Melton Rutgers WR 5.5
202​
Tyler Allgeier BYU RB 5.5
203​
Kyren Williams Notre Dame RB 5.5
204​
Alex Wright UAB Edge 5.49
205​
Austin Allen Nebraska TE 5.49
206​
William Dunkle SDSU OG 5.49
207​
Snoop Conner Ole Miss RB 5.49
208​
Yusuf Corker Kentucky S 5.49
209​
D.J. Davidson Arizona State IDL 5.49
210​
Chris Paul Tulsa OG 5.49
211​
Chasen Allen Iowa State TE 5.49
212​
Cordell Volson NDSU OG 5.25
213​
Jalen Nailor Michigan State WR 5.25
214​
Andrew Steuber Michigan OG 5.25
215​
D'Marco Jackson App State ILB 5.25
216​
Noah Ellis Idaho IDL 5.25
217​
Gerrit Prince UAB TE 5.25
218​
Kaleb Eleby Western Michigan QB 5.25
219​
Brock Purdy Iowa State QB 5.25
220​
Skylar Thompson Kansas QB 5
221​
Chigoziem Okonkwo Maryland TE 5
222​
Dare Rosenthal Kentucky OT 5
223​
D'Vonte Price FIU RB 5
224​
Chris Steele USC CB 5
225​
James Empey BYU OG 5
226​
Dane Belton Iowa S 5
227​
Mykael Wright Oregon CB 5
228​
Dustin Crum Kent State QB 5
229​
Jerrion Ealy Mississippi RB 5
230​
Braylon Sanders Ole Miss WR 5
231​
Ty Chandler North Carolina RB 5
232​
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa Notre Dame IDL 4.99
233​
Jack Sanborn Wisconsin ILB 4.99
234​
Christopher Allen Alabama Edge/ILB 4.99
235​
Kalon Barnes Baylor CB 4.99
236​
Dallis Flowers Pitt State CB 4.99
237​
Marquan McCall Kentucky IDL 4.99
238​
Isaih Pacheco Rutgers RB 4.99
239​
Trestan Ebner Baylor RB 4.99
240​
Kalil Pimpleton Central Michigan WR 4.99
241​
Rachaad White Arizona RB 4.99
242​
Dawson Deaton Texas Tech OC 4.75
243​
Jaylen Watson Washington State CB 4.75
244​
Jeffrey Gunter Coastal Carolina Edge 4.75
245​
Amare Barno Virginia Tech Edge 4.75
246​
Teagan Quitoriano Oregon State TE 4.75
247​
Obinna Eze TCU OT 4.75
248​
Luke Tenuta Virginia Tech OT 4.5
249​
Bubba Bolden Miami S 4.5
250​
Sterling Weatherford Miami Ohio S 4.5
251​
Nick Ford Utah OC 4.5
252​
Carson Wells Colorado Edge 4.5
253​
Nate Landman Colorado ILB 4.5
254​
Grant Calcaterra SMU TE 4.5
255​
Jason Joe Mercer OC/OG/FB 4.5
256​
Markquese Bell Florida A&M S 4.5
257​
Sincere McCormick UTSA RB 4.5
258​
Alec Lindstrom BC OC 4.49
259​
Eric Johnson Missouri State IDL 4.49
260​
Blaise Andries Minnesota OC 4.49
261​
Cole Kelley SE Louisiana QB 4.49
262​
D’Eriq King Miami QB 4.49
263​
Christopher Hinton Michigan IDL 4.25
264​
Jashaun Corbin Florida State RB 4.25
265​
Tyler Goodson Iowa RB 4.25
266​
Austin Deculus LSU OG 4
267​
Jalen Wydermyer TAMU TE 4
268​
Connor Heyward Michigan State TE 4
269​
LaBryan Ray Alabama IDL 4
270​
Jonathan Ford Miami IDL 4
271​
John Fitzpatrick Georgia TE 4
272​
Max Borghi Washington State RB 4
273​
Slade Bolden Alabama WR 4
274​
Ellis Brooks Penn State ILB 3.99
275​
Kwamie Lassiter II Kansas WR 3.99
276​
Armani Rogers Ohio TE 3.75
277​
Tre Williams Arkansas Edge 3.5
278​
Myron Cunningham Arkansas OT 3.5
279​
Reed Blankenship Middle Ten S 3.5
280​
Liam Welch Samford QB 3.5
 

Shelterdog

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SMU great list, eager to see how predictive it is especially for the Pats.

One critique from my perpetual "Stanford-centric" view--Thomas Booker at 193? Puh-leeze. Should be top ten easy! (Oh, "future GM" or "defensive coordinator" aren't draftable? Ok, 193 is good--but but him on the short list of guys super likely to be picked by the Pats given his versatility and intelligence).
 

SMU_Sox

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SMU great list, eager to see how predictive it is especially for the Pats.

One critique from my perpetual "Stanford-centric" view--Thomas Booker at 193? Puh-leeze. Should be top ten easy! (Oh, "future GM" or "defensive coordinator" aren't draftable? Ok, 193 is good--but but him on the short list of guys super likely to be picked by the Pats given his versatility and intelligence).
Once you get to the 5.5-6.5 range it’s just a matter of projection to me. You could stack those 120 players in different ways and I’m not going to fuss much. You get to a point and the difference in the quality of the prospects and their chances to become a starter or backup flattens… a lot. For most of us you’ll read our scouting reports and the content and analysis of who the prospect is won’t be too different. The projections will be. That’s the hard part for me is figuring out projection between mid to late 3’s through the back half of the guys who I think could be quality role players or starters.
 

SMU_Sox

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Marcus Jones range via PFF, Dane Brugler, Bleacher Report, and PFF is 58-190. That’s just one example of a guy who is all over the place on boards.
 

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Once you get to the 5.5-6.5 range it’s just a matter of projection to me. You could stack those 120 players in different ways and I’m not going to fuss much. You get to a point and the difference in the quality of the prospects and their chances to become a starter or backup flattens… a lot. For most of us you’ll read our scouting reports and the content and analysis of who the prospect is won’t be too different. The projections will be. That’s the hard part for me is figuring out projection between mid to late 3’s through the back half of the guys who I think could be quality role players or starters.
This all make sense and i'm just teasing about the Booker rating. I have no idea how good he is and i guess some folks are thinking about converting him to offensive line which makes him a barely draftable prospect in my mind.

I do know that a guy with a 3.88 GPA in econ who is by all accounts a football nerd who helps the defensive backfield with their coverage assignments is going to make Bill feel a little weak in the knees though.
 

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Oh I know you’re kidding I just felt like illustrating how the draft isn’t some cut and dry science is nice around this time of year. :)
 

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SMU, where does Damone Clark fall to in the draft due to his surgery? I notice you have him at 38. Similarly you have Ojabo at 24. Does his medical history impact his draft position at all? I assume Ojabo is still taken by day 2 but I have no idea where Clark is taken.
 

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I don’t adjust for injury. I can’t. I can tell you what they were when they healthy.

With Ojabo I wouldn’t be shocked if he fell to the mid second or even third round. Here’s why: the guys has pass rush moves for days. He’s really advanced with his hands. As a pass rush prospect he’s truly top notch. As a complete prospect and a run defender he’s severely lacking. Think Uche but more advanced as a rusher. Not a ton of playing time. Not a true edge setter. Now add to that this is an injury that will put him on the shelf for a year and then his first year back is year 2. Year 2 is a developmental year for him. So you’d probably have him as a DPR year 2 but not a full time player. Year 3 is when he would, hopefully, be able to be a full time starter. But even then he was someone I thought might not get to being a full time player until he had 2 full years under his belt. So he might not get to his potential until year 4! Also, you don’t know if he’s going to lose any explosiveness. It’s also considered a worse injury to have vs a torn ACL. So the injury could impact him as a pass rusher and that’s what you’re drafting him for in the first place. Ojabo is a bet on upside. Now the upside is potentially diminished and the timeline is off by a year. If he fell to even day 3 it wouldn’t shock me but I think someone scoops him up between picks 50-100.

Clark is a different story. I’ve heard there are significant career concerns around the injury. I believe Ross and DK Metcalf had those injuries. DK fell to pick 63 or 64. But DK had some insane athletic traits and size. Clark is freaky in his own right but plays a less valuable position and will likely miss his first year whereas DK was going to be able to play in training camp. Clark could go undrafted or day 3. He reminds me a little of Trey Smith last year. Smith’s tape was excellent but he fell to the 6th round because of injury concerns.
 

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This may already exist somewhere on SOSH, but I offer it up anyway - I mined the mock drafts of 8 experts (Brugler, Kiper Jr, Easterling, Walter Cherepinsky, Reuter, Trapasso, McShay, Wilson). I sourced the main experts quoted on Patriots.com as I am not as much of a draftnik as others on this thread.

They go to different depths (Kiper and McShay only 2 rounds, the others 3+), and I have gone to 5 rounds where possible, and compared with @SMU_Sox rankings and gradings. NB I have chosen not to enter the data from experts (Zierlein Mcintyre etc.) who only have offered 1 round publicly.

If anybody would like to nominate other experts / data sources for mock draft opinions, I can alter the spreadsheet accordingly. As it stands now, it is an interesting amalgamation of varying viewpoints.

Edit1: I included for completeness at the end of the table 26 players who appeared in the experts' mock drafts but not in @SMU_Sox rankings.

Edit2: not quite sure how to put data neatly on the board and excel upload was blocked, so I spoilered it to remove clutter. If somebody can advise me on how to post it properly I would be happy to.
SMU Rank First Name Last Name College Position Grade Brugler KiperJr Easterling WalterC Reuter Trapasso McShay Wilson Average Notes
1 Aidan Hutchinson Michigan Edge
8.25​
1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1
2 Kyle Hamilton ND S
8.25​
11 11 11 18 18 4 7 12 12
3 Derek Stingley Jr. LSU CB
8.25​
9 12 12 7 16 15 12 11 12
4 Drake London USC WR
8.25​
18 10 15 11 15 28 8 10 14
5 Sauce Gardner Cincinnati CB
8​
7 2 4 3 9 7 10 7 6
6 Jordan Davis UGA IDL
8​
15 17 14 15 10 14 19 20 16
7 Travon Walker UGA Edge
7.75​
2 3 1 2 8 1 2 3 3
8 Ikem Ekwonu NC State OT
7.75​
3 5 9 8 3 5 5 1 5
9 Chris Olave Ohio State WR
7.99​
22 15 19 16 22 25 11 28 20
10 Jermaine Johnson FSU Edge
7.99​
13 7 7 9 13 12 14 14 11
11 Kayvon Thibodeaux Oregon Edge
7.75​
4 4 3 4 7 10 3 4 5
12 Evan Neal Alabama OT
7.99​
5 9 5 5 6 3 9 5 6
13 Zion Johnson BC OG/OT
7.99​
24 28 24 27 24 17 29 24 25
14 Charles Cross Miss State OT
7.99​
16 13 13 14 19 20 13 6 14
15 Andrew Booth Clemson CB
7.99​
35 29 25 25 30 19 25 21 26 Injured
16 Garrett Wilson Ohio State WR
7.75​
10 8 10 10 11 8 4 8 9
17 George Karlaftis Purdue Edge
7.99​
23 30 29 13 21 24 24 29 24
18 Devin Lloyd Utah ILB
7.99​
14 21 18 21 20 26 18 25 20
19 Daxton Hill Michigan S
7.99​
21 25 32 30 34 18 34 34 29
20 Travis Jones Uconn IDL
7.99​
28 44 52 53 44 44 44 60 46
21 Lewis Cine UGA S
7.99​
34 32 33 32 47 36 43 38 37
22 Kenyon Green TAMU OG/OT
7.99​
26 33 17 39 39 38 28 17 30
23 Jameson Williams Alabama WR
7.99​
19 19 23 22 14 13 17 13 18 Injured
24 David Ojabo Michigan Edge
7.75​
50 34 56 23 52 45 51 33 43 Injured
25 Trevor Penning Northern Iowa OT
7.75​
17 16 16 17 17 16 16 16 16
26 Leo Chenal Wisconsin ILB/Edge
7.75​
66 x 81 70 54 65 63 85 69
27 Nakobe Dean UGA ILB
7.99​
33 18 28 41 27 21 21 27 27
28 Kenneth Walker Michigan State RB
7.99​
57 41 80 38 49 58 57 55 54
29 Jalen Pitre Baylor S
7.75​
46 36 61 76 28 42 37 36 45
30 Breece Hall Iowa State RB
7.75​
43 38 57 37 37 27 50 57 43
31 Boye Mafe Minnesota Edge
7.75​
30 43 41 61 35 49 30 23 39
32 Trent McDuffie Washington CB
7.5​
12 14 21 12 25 23 15 18 18
33 Bernhard Raimann Central Mich OT
7.5​
41 42 38 42 42 54 56 35 44
34 Tyler Linderbaum Iowa OC
7.5​
31 31 31 20 29 31 31 31 29
35 Tyler Smith Tulsa OT
7.5​
38 48 26 19 41 63 39 26 38
36 Logan Hall Houston Edge/IDL
7.5​
44 54 44 62 66 53 41 50 52
37 Devonte Wyatt UGA IDL
7.5​
27 27 27 31 31 33 27 15 27
38 Damone Clark LSU ILB
7.5​
225 x 103 66 x x x x 131 Injured
39 Jaquan Brisker PSU S
7.5​
49 37 36 56 58 30 52 58 47
40 Chad Muma Wyoming ILB
7.5​
69 x 69 81 70 43 x 66 66
41 George Pickens UGA WR
7.5​
37 47 39 44 36 67 42 47 45
42 Jahan Dotson PSU WR
7.5​
32 26 34 33 43 48 22 44 35
43 Arnold Ebiketie PSU Edge
7.25​
36 24 43 36 38 41 35 56 39
44 Kaiir Elam Florida CB
7.25​
29 35 37 55 55 22 54 37 41
45 Brian Asamoah Oklahoma ILB
7.25​
94 x x 121 125 59 x 83 96
46 Dylan Parham Memphis OG/OC
7.25​
67 x 76 158 109 x x 65 95
47 Nik Bonnito Oklahoma Edge
7​
58 x 45 90 56 92 55 74 67
48 Christian Watson NDSU WR
7​
39 22 30 29 51 50 26 39 36
49 Channing Tindall UGA ILB
7​
80 45 65 x 98 x x 79 73
50 Josh Paschal Kentucky Edge/IDL
7​
61 x 35 58 103 104 x 102 77
51 Darrian Beavers Cincinnati ILB
7​
125 x 100 x 129 99 x 113 113
52 Roger McCreary Auburn CB
7​
52 55 50 51 50 64 47 45 52
53 Cole Strange Chattanooga OG/OC
6.99​
93 60 70 x 91 97 x 46 76
54 Quay Walker UGA ILB
6.99​
51 57 54 35 40 57 38 53 48
55 Abraham Lucas Wash State OT
6.99​
53 56 71 84 59 61 62 80 66
56 Kyler Gordon Washington CB
6.99​
45 39 48 54 46 52 33 30 43
57 Sean Rhyan UCLA OG
6.99​
91 x 59 x 83 40 x 86 72
58 Phidarian Mathis Alabama IDL
6.99​
65 x 82 89 85 46 45 82 71
59 DeMarvin Leal TAMU IDL
6.99​
68 x 46 45 76 39 x 73 58
60 Skyy Moore Western Michigan WR
6.99​
42 50 42 50 53 56 36 49 47
61 Darian Kinnard Kentucky OG
6.99​
71 x 47 99 65 x x 54 67
62 Treylon Burks Arkansas WR
6.99​
25 23 22 24 23 32 23 22 24
63 Matt Corral Mississippi QB
6.99​
40 49 40 40 4 11 40 19 30
64 Sam Williams Ole Miss Edge
6.99​
56 x x 128 x 37 x 99 80 Character concerns
65 Luke Goedeke Central Mich OG
6.75​
70 x x 83 127 x x 48 82
66 Alec Pierce Cincinnati WR
6.75​
78 53 79 48 122 75 x 104 80
67 Desmond Ridder Cincinnati QB
6.75​
20 40 20 43 12 29 32 52 31
68 Daniel Faalele Minnesota OT
6.75​
76 x 75 69 90 x 64 40 69
69 Kingsley Enagbare South Carolina Edge
6.75​
96 x 92 134 78 90 x 67 93
70 Trey McBride Colorado State TE
6.75​
60 64 53 67 64 47 53 42 56
72 Jalyn Armour-Davis Alabama CB
6.75​
115 x x 47 123 80 x 169 107
73 Christian Harris Alabama ILB
6.75​
54 x 64 63 45 35 x 64 54
74 Cameron Thomas San Diego State Edge
6.75​
83 x 78 78 62 55 x 105 77
75 Isaiah Spiller TAMU RB
6.75​
133 x 96 74 x 72 x 68 89
76 Kenny Pickett Pittsburgh QB
6.75​
6 20 6 26 5 6 6 32 13
77 Kerby Joseph Illinois S
6.75​
111 x 68 108 x 70 x 95 90
78 Cam Jurgens Nebraska OC
6.75​
55 x x 117 33 x x 93 75
78 John Metchie Alabama WR
6.75​
81 52 58 82 68 85 49 62 67 Injured
79 Jalen Tolbert South Alabama WR
6.75​
62 62 89 114 100 83 58 51 77
80 Cade Otton Washington TE
6.75​
108 x 95 131 124 x x 91 110
81 Perrion Winfrey Oklahoma IDL
6.5​
48 46 51 94 48 91 46 78 63
82 Troy Andersen Montana State ILB
6.5​
64 58 66 80 75 77 x 69 70
83 DeAngelo Malone Western Kentucky Edge/ILB
6.5​
77 x x 104 104 x x 144 107
84 Zach Tom Wake Forest OG/OC/OT
6.5​
142 x x 85 x x x 130 119
85 Nicholas Petit-Frere Ohio State OT
6.5​
84 x 104 28 x 71 x 59 69
86 Luke Fortner Kentucky OC
6.5​
85 x x 96 102 x x 101 96
87 Brandon Smith PSU ILB
6.5​
176 x 86 46 121 51 x x 96
88 Rasheed Walker PSU OT
6.5​
113 x x 65 126 x x 76 95
89 Bryan Cook Cincinnati S
6.5​
95 x x 133 107 x x 61 99
90 Brian Robinson Alabama RB
6.5​
175 x x 110 131 x x x 139
91 Joshua Williams Fayetteville State University CB
6.5​
87 x x x x x x 71 79
92 Justyn Ross Clemson WR
6.5​
235 x 97 87 106 x x 141 133 Injured
93 Marquis Hayes Oklahoma OG
6.5​
140 x x 112 105 x x x 119
94 Logan Bruss Wisconsin OG
6.5​
194 x x 143 x x x 164 167
95 David Bell Purdue WR
6.5​
92 x 84 71 79 105 x 90 87
96 Malcolm Rodriguez Oklahoma State ILB
6.5​
177 x x x x x x 106 142
97 Max Mitchell Louisiana OT
6.5​
121 x x 103 82 x x 94 100
98 Coby Bryant Cincinnati CB
6.5​
86 x 63 127 111 94 x 107 98
99 Jamaree Salyer UGA OG
6.5​
72 x 85 77 x x x 143 94
100 Joshua Ezeudu North Carolina OG/OT
6.5​
137 x x x 57 x x x 97
101 Kyle Philips UCLA WR
6.5​
174 x x x x x x 176 175
102 Verone McKinley III Oregon S
6.5​
x x x x 99 88 x 135 107
103 Zyon McCollum Sam Houston State CB
6.5​
89 x 83 135 117 82 x 122 105
104 Nick Cross Maryland S
6.5​
74 x 74 x 77 x 61 89 75
105 Tycen Anderson Toledo S
6.5​
122 x x x x x x x 122
106 Carson Strong Nevada QB
6.5​
131 x 73 120 73 73 x 137 101
107 Greg Dulcich UCLA TE
6.49​
75 63 67 75 67 62 60 75 68
108 Calvin Austin III Memphis WR
6.49​
90 x 94 59 97 x x 84 85
109 Tariq Woolen UTSA CB
6.49​
73 x 60 68 61 60 x 41 61
110 Myjai Sanders Cin Edge
6.49​
100 59 102 116 132 74 x 72 94
111 Dominique Robinson Miami Ohio Edge
6.49​
102 x x 157 110 x x x 123
112 Ed Ingram LSU OG
6.49​
123 x x 57 x 100 x 125 101
113 Alontae Taylor Tennessee CB
6.49​
106 x x 34 x x x 98 79
114 Drake Jackson USC Edge
6.49​
59 51 55 60 32 76 59 92 61
115 Makai Polk Mississippi State WR
6.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
116 Zamir White UGA RB
6.49​
110 x x 118 69 x x 151 112
117 Jojo Domann Nebraska ILB
6.49​
130 x x 160 x x x x 145
118 Akayleb Evans Missouri CB
6.49​
97 x x 93 128 x x 77 99
119 Micheal Clemons TAMU Edge
6.49​
143 x x 97 x x x 128 123
120 Dameon Pierce Florida RB
6.49​
154 x x 72 x x x 88 105
121 Isaiah Thomas Oklahoma Edge/IDL
6.49​
144 x x 171 x x x x 158
122 Charlie Kolar Iowa State TE
6.49​
103 x 91 107 74 x x 121 99
123 Cam Taylor-Britt Nebraska CB
6.49​
63 61 x x 80 86 x 136 85
124 Lecitus Smith Virginia Tech OG
6.49​
146 x x 179 x 79 x x 135
125 Malik Willis Liberty QB
6.49​
8 6 8 6 2 9 20 9 9
126 Marcus Jones Houston CB
6.49​
105 x x x 115 x x 63 94
127 Khalil Shakir Boise State WR
6.49​
82 x 90 x 118 x x 87 94
128 Jeremy Ruckert Ohio State TE
6.49​
101 x 88 132 x x x 81 101
129 John Ridgeway Arkansas IDL
6.49​
99 x 98 125 x x x 156 120
130 Keaontay Ingram USC RB
6.49​
x x x 164 x x x x 164
131 JT Woods Baylor S
6.49​
135 x 77 x x x x 178 130
132 Joshua Jobe Alabama CB
6.49​
158 x x 73 x x x 114 115
133 Neil Farrell LSU IDL
6.49​
120 x x x x x x 132 126
134 Sam Howell North Carolina QB
6.49​
47 x 49 52 26 34 48 43 43
135 Spencer Burford UTSA OT
6.25​
170 x x 126 x x x 140 145
136 Braxton Jones Southern Utah OT
6.25​
116 x x 150 x x x 175 147
137 Martin Emerson Mississippi State CB
6.25​
162 x 72 64 95 69 x 96 93
138 Erik Ezukanma Texas Tech WR
6.25​
129 x x x x x x 165 147
139 Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State IDL
6.25​
160 x x 178 x x x 110 149
140 Mike Rose Iowa State ILB
6.25​
153 x x x x x x x 153
141 Cade Mays Tennessee OG
6.25​
x x x x x x x 150 150
142 Percy Butler Louisiana Ragin Cagins S
6.25​
166 x x x x x x 145 156
143 Matthew Butler Tennessee IDL
6.25​
119 x x 166 x 95 x x 127
144 Zakoby McClain Auburn ILB
6.25​
x x x 100 x x x x 100
145 Juanyeh Thomas Georgia Tech S
6.25​
x x x x 96 x x 124 110
146 Vincent Gray Michigan CB
6.25​
x x x x x x x 158 158
147 Wan'Dale Robinson Kentucky WR
6.25​
79 x 99 49 84 x x 108 84
148 Romeo Doubs Nevada WR
6.25​
x x x 138 x 78 x 127 114
149 James Cook UGA RB
6.25​
112 x x 91 60 98 x 120 96
150 Daniel Bellinger San Diego State TE
6.25​
114 x x x x x x 162 138
151 Abram Smith Baylor RB
6.25​
167 x x x x x x x 167
152 Jelani Woods Virginia TE
6.25​
88 x 62 x 63 87 x 97 79
153 Bailey Zappe Western Kentucky QB
6.25​
107 x x 156 x x x x 132
154 Danny Gray SMU WR
6.25​
126 x x x x x x 103 115
155 Vederian Lowe Illinois OT
6​
x x x x x x x 155 155
156 Kellen Diesch Arizona State OT
6​
164 x x 175 94 x x x 144
157 Damarri Mathis Pitt CB
6​
118 x x 139 92 89 x 166 121
158 Ty Davis-Price LSU RB
6​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
159 Tariq Castro-Fields PSU CB
6​
128 x x 88 71 x x 117 101
160 Jeremiah Moon Florida Edge
6​
x x x 92 x x x x 92
161 Micah McFadden Indiana ILB
6​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
162 Kalia Davis UCF IDL
6​
165 x x x x x x 116 141
163 Nick Zakelj Fordham OG
6​
x x x 141 x x x x 141
164 Leon O'Neal Jr. TAMU S
6​
x x x x x 68 x x 68
165 Mario Goodrich Clemson CB
6​
x x x 102 x x x 138 120
166 Kevin Austin Jr. Notre Dame WR
6​
138 x x 101 143 x x x 127
167 James Mitchell Virginia Tech TE
6​
136 x x x x x x 129 133
168 Kevin Harris South Carolina RB
6​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
169 Jack Coan ND QB
6​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
170 Justin Shaffer UGA OG
5.99​
x x x 149 x x x 119 134
171 Thayer Munford Ohio State OG
5.99​
x x x x x x x 153 153
172 Pierre Strong South Dakota State RB
5.99​
159 x x 172 116 102 x x 137
173 Dohnovan West Arizona State OC
5.99​
152 x 93 x x x x 111 119
174 Otito Ogbonnia UCLA IDL
5.99​
145 x x x 81 x x x 113
175 Smoke Monday Auburn S
5.99​
x x 101 153 134 x x 152 135
176 Cordale Flott LSU CB
5.99​
150 x x x x x x 139 145
177 Jake Ferguson Wisconsin TE
5.99​
117 x x 176 x x x 118 137
178 Tyler Badie Missouri RB
5.99​
163 x x 124 x x x x 144
179 Derion Kendrick UGA CB
5.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
180 Delarrin Turner-Yell Oklahoma S
5.99​
x x x x x x x 161 161
181 Zachary Carter Florida IDL
5.99​
x x x 106 140 x x x 123
182 Chasen Hines LSU OG
5.99​
x x x 86 113 x x 115 105
183 Jesse Luketa PSU Edge/ILB
5.99​
172 x x 161 x x x 170 168
184 Jayden Peevy TAMU IDL
5.99​
x x x x x x x 123 123
185 Isaiah Likely Coastal Carolina TE
5.99​
173 x 87 122 108 93 x 70 109
186 Hassan Haskins Michigan RB
5.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
187 Haskell Garrett Ohio State IDL
5.99​
x x x 105 86 x x x 96
188 Kennedy Brooks Oklahoma RB
5.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
189 Matt Waletzko NDU OT
5.75​
x x x 177 x 96 x x 137
190 Zonovan Knight NC State RB
5.75​
x x x x x x x 172 172
191 Tyreke Smith Ohio State Edge
5.75​
151 x x 130 x x x 148 143
192 Jerome Ford Cincinnati RB
5.75​
x x x x 141 x x 149 145
193 Thomas Booker Stanford IDL
5.75​
x x x 146 133 x x x 140
194 Terrel Bernard Baylor ILB
5.75​
149 x x 111 130 x x x 130
195 Aaron Hansford TAMU ILB
5.75​
x x x x x x x 100 100
196 Zaquandre White South Carolina RB
5.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
197 Reggie Roberson SMU WR
5.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
198 Jeremiah Gemmel North Carolina ILB
5.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
199 Cole Turner Nevada TE
5.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
200 Baylon Spector Clemson ILB
5.5​
x x x 144 x x x x 144
201 Bo Melton Rutgers WR
5.5​
134 x x x x x x 147 141
202 Tyler Allgeier BYU RB
5.5​
98 x x x x 66 x 112 92
203 Kyren Williams Notre Dame RB
5.5​
148 x x x x x x 109 129
204 Alex Wright UAB Edge
5.49​
132 x x x 137 x x x 135
205 Austin Allen Nebraska TE
5.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
206 William Dunkle SDSU OG
5.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
207 Snoop Conner Ole Miss RB
5.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
208 Yusuf Corker Kentucky S
5.49​
x x x 168 x x x x 168
209 D.J. Davidson Arizona State IDL
5.49​
x x x x x x x 168 168
210 Chris Paul Tulsa OG
5.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
211 Chasen Allen Iowa State TE
5.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
212 Cordell Volson NDSU OG
5.25​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
213 Jalen Nailor Michigan State WR
5.25​
x x x x x x x 134 134
214 Andrew Steuber Michigan OG
5.25​
x x x x x x x 173 173
215 D'Marco Jackson App State ILB
5.25​
x x x 169 x x x x 169
216 Noah Ellis Idaho IDL
5.25​
x x x x 119 x x x 119
217 Gerrit Prince UAB TE
5.25​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
218 Kaleb Eleby Western Michigan QB
5.25​
x x x x x 84 x x 84
219 Brock Purdy Iowa State QB
5.25​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
220 Skylar Thompson Kansas QB
5​
x x x x 114 x x x 114
221 Chigoziem Okonkwo Maryland TE
5​
139 x x x 88 101 x 171 125
222 Dare Rosenthal Kentucky OT
5​
157 x x x x x x x 157
223 D'Vonte Price FIU RB
5​
x x x 147 x x x x 147
224 Chris Steele USC CB
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
225 James Empey BYU OG
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
226 Dane Belton Iowa S
5​
147 x x x x x x 126 137
227 Mykael Wright Oregon CB
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
228 Dustin Crum Kent State QB
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
229 Jerrion Ealy Mississippi RB
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
230 Braylon Sanders Ole Miss WR
5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
231 Ty Chandler North Carolina RB
5​
x x x x 89 x x x 89
232 Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa Notre Dame IDL
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
233 Jack Sanborn Wisconsin ILB
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
234 Christopher Allen Alabama Edge/ILB
4.99​
104 x x x 93 x x x 99
235 Kalon Barnes Baylor CB
4.99​
169 x x x 138 x x 131 146
236 Dallis Flowers Pitt State CB
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
237 Marquan McCall Kentucky IDL
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
238 Isaih Pacheco Rutgers RB
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
239 Trestan Ebner Baylor RB
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
240 Kalil Pimpleton Central Michigan WR
4.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
241 Rachaad White Arizona RB
4.99​
x x x 145 87 103 x 133 117
242 Dawson Deaton Texas Tech OC
4.75​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
243 Jaylen Watson Washington State CB
4.75​
161 x x 152 x x x 160 158
244 Jeffrey Gunter Coastal Carolina Edge
4.75​
x x x 129 x x x x 129
245 Amare Barno Virginia Tech Edge
4.75​
109 x x 79 72 x x x 87
246 Teagan Quitoriano Oregon State TE
4.75​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
247 Obinna Eze TCU OT
4.75​
179 x x x x x x x 179
248 Luke Tenuta Virginia Tech OT
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
249 Bubba Bolden Miami S
4.5​
x x x 115 x x x x 115
250 Sterling Weatherford Miami Ohio S
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
251 Nick Ford Utah OC
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
252 Carson Wells Colorado Edge
4.5​
x x x 151 x x x x 151
253 Nate Landman Colorado ILB
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
254 Grant Calcaterra SMU TE
4.5​
x x x x x x x 174 174
255 Jason Joe Mercer OC/OG/FB
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
256 Markquese Bell Florida A&M S
4.5​
x x x x 120 x x x 120
257 Sincere McCormick UTSA RB
4.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
258 Alec Lindstrom BC OC
4.49​
x x x 174 x 81 x x 128
259 Eric Johnson Missouri State IDL
4.49​
171 x x x x x x x 171
260 Blaise Andries Minnesota OC
4.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
261 Cole Kelley SE Louisiana QB
4.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
262 D’Eriq King Miami QB
4.49​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
263 Christopher Hinton Michigan IDL
4.25​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
264 Jashaun Corbin Florida State RB
4.25​
x x x x x x x 163 163
265 Tyler Goodson Iowa RB
4.25​
x x x x 135 x x x 135
266 Austin Deculus LSU OG
4​
x x x 137 x x x x 137
267 Jalen Wydermyer TAMU TE
4​
x x x 98 x x x x 98
268 Connor Heyward Michigan State TE
4​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
269 LaBryan Ray Alabama IDL
4​
x x x 123 x x x x 123
270 Jonathan Ford Miami IDL
4​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
271 John Fitzpatrick Georgia TE
4​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
272 Max Borghi Washington State RB
4​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
273 Slade Bolden Alabama WR
4​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
274 Ellis Brooks Penn State ILB
3.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
275 Kwamie Lassiter II Kansas WR
3.99​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
276 Armani Rogers Ohio TE
3.75​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
277 Tre Williams Arkansas Edge
3.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
278 Myron Cunningham Arkansas OT
3.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
279 Reed Blankenship Middle Ten S
3.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
280 Liam Welch Samford QB
3.5​
x x x x x x x x Round5+
NA Matt Araiza San Diego State P NA 124 x x x 142 x x 154 140
NA Velus Jones Tennessee WR NA 127 x 105 170 112 x x 167 136
NA Ben Brown Ole Miss IOL NA 141 x x x x x x x 141
NA Cade York LSU K NA 155 x x x x x x x 155
NA Tyquan Thornton Baylor WR NA 156 x x x x x x x 156
NA Jordan Stout Penn State CB NA 168 x x x x x x x 168
NA Ryan Van Denmark Connecticut OT NA 178 x x x x x x x 178
NA Josh Thompson Texas CB NA x x x 95 101 x x x 98
NA James Skalski Clemson LB NA x x x 109 x x x x 109
NA MoMo Sanogo Ole Miss ILB NA x x x 113 x x x x 113
NA Jermaine Waller Virginia Tech CB NA x x x 119 x x x x 119
NA Kyron Johnson Kansas LB NA x x x x 136 x x x 136
NA Zach VanValkenburg Iowa DE NA x x x 136 x x x x 136
NA Marcus McKethan North Carolina OT NA x x x x 139 x x x 139
NA Jack Jones Arizona State CB NA x x x 140 x x x x 140
NA Cobie Durant South Carolina St OG NA x x x x x x x 142 142
NA Grant Morgan Arkansas LB NA x x x 142 x x x x 142
NA Josh Ross Michigan OLB NA x x x 148 x x x x 148
NA Aqeel Glass Alabama A&M QB NA x x x 154 x x x x 154
NA Charleston Rambo Miami WR NA x x x 155 x x x 157 156
NA Dontario Drummond Ole Miss WR NA x x x 159 x x x 159 159
NA Isaiah Pola-Mola USC S NA x x x 162 x x x x 162
NA Brad Hawkins Michigan S NA x x x 163 x x x x 163
NA Nick Grant Virginia DT NA x x x 165 x x x x 165
NA C.J. Verdell Oregon RB NA x x x 167 x x x x 167
NA Xavier Thomas BC G NA x x x 173 x x x x 173 END
 
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I finished writing it and my vertical board and horizontal board are finished. I’m in the capable hands of the best writer and editor I know. But since I’m done I’ve thought about some of the positions and where there is depth vs lack of depth. I’ll name names in the guide. Let’s skim the positions

Offensive Tackle is basically 6 guys and 3-4 of them are probably off the board by 21. There are no second rounders they would traditionally be interested in. There are some round 3 but more likely day 3 OTs. If they want an OT they have to strike fast and early because there is little to no day 2 talent. How much will they like Trevor Penning, Raimann, and Tyler Smith?

Interior offensive line is different. There are only two guys at the top of the class, Zion Johnson and Kenyon Green. Both could possibly play OT. After that there are a bunch of round 3 prospects and plenty of day 3 guys. They can probably get a starter in round 3 but if they want someone who is plug-and-play they will probably have to strike early. If they take someone in the third round they might be able to start right away depending on the prospect.

Running back there are 3-4 good receiving prospects (all day 3) and backup early down RBs too day 3. If they want to invest here there are a lot of good matches. But the room is a little crowded…

Wide Receiver there are 5-6 guys they might like day 2. 4 potential X receivers and 1-2 slots. I don’t think they take anyone round 1.They have a ton of options day 3. My personal favorite is still Kyle Philips and he is a very good punt returner too. If he’s available in the fifth round I think he’s a Patriot.

Tight end has a lot of depth options who are athletes so you never know but this is not a year to invest an early pick at the position. If they want to light their draft picks on fire day 3 that’s fine.

There are some day 3 QBs they might like. Or they could ride out the last year with Stidham and draft one next year.

IDL (interior defensive line)

Quick note but some of the edge defenders have 5 or even 3 tech or interior rushing ability but I’m talking about the 280 pound minimum really like 290+ pound defensive tackles here. You have two monsters at NT and then really only one guy day 2 worth considering unless they are higher on Winfrey than I am and think he fits whatever they want to do. I’m skeptical. Day 3 has a lot of good interior defensive depth and run defending or pass rushing specialists. There is quality depth to be had for sure and more than other positions. Unfortunately the top and middle of this class are barren.

Edge is just packed with guys with a couple on day 1 but 6-8 guys days 2 and even more day 3. Edge is the best positional group in this class. Virtually every type of profile is represented by multiple people. It’s incredible how deep and wide the class is.

ILB depends on what they want to do. Rounds 2-3-4-5 are also loaded with guys for them. If they want to keep a similar profile to what they’ve done in the past but just a little lighter that’s there as well as guys who are more modern fits. It’s another great class but not so much at the top. Leo Chanel ILB/OLB/NT/DT/Super-Hero imo would absolutely wreck on this team. Had to mention him. He’s a better pass rusher right now at edge than some of the guys who will go before him. Also while the question of “who is the next Micah Parsons?” is a stupid one if you’re looking for someone who could produce as he did as a pass rusher that’s Chenal.

S
There are two or three guys in the first round or second they’d like and then it’s a drop off. There are a bunch of late 3s to 4ths and mid day 3 picks that could interest them.

CB
It’s a top heavy class with 4-5 guys they might like in the first or second round and then a drop off to traits based developmental guys who they might take in the 3rd or 4th or later rounds. There are good slot corners in every round.

Personally I would avoid WR, ILB, TE, and RB in the first this year because of the depth of the class. Maybe edge too. You could pass on OG but that depends on how you think CFL will do in the NFL as well as how ready you think some of the round 3/4 IOL are. Zion Johnson might be someone you take as your LG this year and see how he looks in practice as LT.

If you’re looking at positions with bad depth (so maybe more interested in taking a good fit early): OT, IDL, S and maybe outside CB.

Unless someone they think is truly special falls into their lap at 21 it seems like their best strategy would be to accumulate another day 2 pick and trade back.

The other thing to remember is they won’t be able to solve all their numerous holes with early picks. A position or two might look hairy going into camp.
 

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I like the idea of picking Davis at 21 if he slides, but trading back if he isn't there. I'd love to get younger at LB / Edge and I think there are quite a few guys that will be around in the 45 - 65 range and if you can pick up an extra pick or 2 we would have a chance to double up. Also Bill has been great at picking up later round interior OL so I'd rather wait. CB is a bit trickier, but maybe a guy like Armour Davis slips a bit. Curious about how much Damone Clark slips because of his injury but he would be a great red shirt guy if he slips far enough, but my guess is someone will take a shot.
 

SMU_Sox

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Going to cross-post this here. I'll fill in the links as they come out:

Here are the 2022 Offensive Fits.

Here are the 2022 Defensive Fits.

Here is my big board google sheet. Tab 1 is the big board, tab 2 is the big board but filtered for all average or better fits, and tab 3 is the 3.5 and above horizontal board.
 
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Patriots met with him. Damn.

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No, I don't have his tape but check out the thread. Explosive and powerful but D3 competition so...
He has Pats LB size. His RAS grade is slightly better as a LB too at 8.03. That would probably improve if those 40 numbers don't reflect reality. It might be interesting to see if he can play with his hand off the ground. There's Framingham vs. Fitchburg on Youtube and I watched a quarter, but its not something I can get much out of except he plays with a bit of an edge, which is nice.