Originally Posted by leebigeztx
I really want to do a mock,but I want to wait till free agency. I applaud they guys who do thm and it gives me a cross reference of players to view.
Of course I will never have a problem with the bridgewater pick at #1, so let me move from there. If going by your chart, Jace Amaro is still there at 33. I also see Dee Ford,Markus Smith, still there. I think Jace is gonna be higher rated than van noy,ford and smith. Considering amaro is a matchup problem in the seams and flexed out,he is something we don't have in a te. All of the texans te's are 10 yd cloud of dust non vertical te's. When people compare amaro to a healthy gronk type,his talent is to good yto pass.
Dee Ford might be gone by the 3rd,but I think the next best natural pass rusher will be there and that TB's teammate, Markus Smith. He's gonna test well,has good am length and is explosive. He's shown flexibility to play olb and some of the olb concepts( zone,curls,flat)
I have 3 guys here and I'm having a lot trouble. Kelcy quarles,Keith McGill,and Sistrunk. All three will be here and I think all 3 are rated pretty close. I like Clowneys teammate a lot. He's scheme proof. He's 6'4 300lbs,but his frame can carry at least 20lbs. He has long arm,quick step and power. He can play nt or 5 tech. Mcgill is a guy I noticed while watching hundley. He's a big corner,6'3, fluid and athletic. Even before the senior mowl practices, I've seen enough to see his uniqueness. His arms and hips and good for a guy his size playing . Sistrunk is a 3 down back. He may not do it as a rookie,but he can catch,is explosive,and will knock you head off. With forster coming off ir and tate hitting free agency,they need a rb. I dnt like drafting by need,but this guys talents makes him bpa
I have Van Noy rated higher than Amaro, but I wouldn't be opposed to the Amaro pick. I think Ford is a better pass rusher than Van Noy but Van Noy is a more complete player.
If I hadn't taken Van Noy in the 2nd I would target a guy like Smith in the 3rd.
I think Quarles is off the board mid-2nd. I'm really high on him. I'm not as high on McGill as most. I see a S trying to play CB. I think he's being overrated by people hoping to capture Seattle's success with big corners. He has good skills for his size, but I don't see NFL cover skills. I think he'd make an above average FS but a below average CB. I like Andrews in the 4th a lot more than Seastrunk in the 3rd. He doesn't have the long speed that Seastrunk does, but he's far more powerful, he's a great fit for a zone system, and he's great as a receiver out of the backfield.