Educated Earth's Official Forum **You Can Login Via Your EEarth Account**

Register Member List Medals

Who should teams be looking out for in the second and third

From the Hobbit to the Zerg, chat about Fantasy & Sci-Fi here.

Who should teams be looking out for in the second and third

Postby liny195 » Wed Sep 11, 2019 8:35 pm

"The New England Patriots added wide receiver N’Keal Harry in the first round and they have five more picks scheduled for Friday. It would be a shock if the Patriots didn’t make some trades Jacob Bailey Jersey Boys , but the point is that New England is well positioned to take advantage of all the talent still on the draft board.So without further ado, here are the top players still on the board, based on Arif Hasan’s Consensus Big Board.Top 15 TalentsFlorida OT Jawaan Taylor: Previously a top 10 prospect, Taylor has slipped due to medical red flags about his knees and back.Ole Miss WR D.K. Metcalf: Metcalf is an athletic phenom, but he didn’t produce in college and his route tree is limited. He’s a high-upside selection.First Round TalentsLSU CB Greedy Williams, Washington CB Byron Murphy: Both could have gone in the top 20 as they’re both elite cornerback prospects, but only one cornerback (Deandre Baker to the New York Giants) went in the first round. There are a ton of defensive backs still on the board.Delaware S Nasir Adderley, Florida S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: Both safeties were potential first round picks, too. Don’t be shocked if any of these four defensive backs are taken by the Patriots in the second round.Oklahoma OL Cody Ford, Kansas State OL Dalton Risner, Texas A&M OL Erik McCoy: All were fringe first round picks, all should come off the board pretty quickly to start the second round.Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown, Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler, South Carolina WR Deebo Samuel: I would have been happy if the Patriots selected any of these players. They are likely to come off the board quickly to start the second round.Alabama TE Irv Smith: Smith is the best tight end on the board and the last of the big three prospects. I wouldn’t expect him to stick around long.Missouri QB Drew Lock: It’s clear that teams weren’t high on quarterbacks in this class. Still, Bill Belichick loves a good SEC player with production, so maybe the Patriots could make a move to add him early on Friday.
Posts: 534
Joined: Mon Apr 01, 2019 4:42 am

Return to Mystic Realm

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests