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Is it April 23rd yet?
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How Jets changed NFL Draft 2020 prep during coronavirus https://www.ngospelmedia.net/news/how-jets-changed-nfl-draft-2020-prep-during-coronavirus/ …pic.twitter.com/JRitZccqqM
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Here are my top 5 All-Time Patriots:
1. QB Tom Brady - 14 Pro Bowls, 3 MVPs, 3 First Team All-Pro Selections, 6 Super Bowls, 4 Super Bowl MVPs.
2. LG John Hannah - 9 Pro Bowls, 7 First Team All-Pro Selections, NFL Hall of Fame (1991)
3. TE Rob Gronkowski - 5 Pro Bowls, 4 First Team All-Pro Selections, 3 Super Bowls
4. LB Andre Tippett - 5 Pro Bowls, 2 First Team All-Pro Selections, NFL Hall of Fame (2008)
5. CB Ty Law - 4 Pro Bowls, Pro Bowl MVP, 2 First Team All-Pro Selections, 3 Super Bowls, NFL Hall of Fame (2019) Leave your thoughts down below⬇️
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Proud to announce that speedy 2020 @missourisouthernfb All-MIAA Conference WR Chad Nolan (@chadnolan3) has signed with The Agency!! Welcome to the Family! #nfldraft2020
2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: L’Jarius Sneed, Safety from Louisiana Tech University
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Tough choice but if I was a GM, I'd have to roll the dice on Alabama Crimson Tide WR Jerry Jeudy. I believe he'll be ready from Day 1 for any NFL team due to his elite route-running ability and playmaking skills.
Here's a quick comparison between the two talented prospects heading up to this year's draft:
- Age: 20
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 193
- Arms: 32⅛"
- Hands: 9½"
- 40 Yard Dash: 4.45
- Vertical Jump: 35.0
- Pro Comparison: Davante Adams
- Age: 20
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 198
- Arms: 32¼"
- Hands: 9¼"
- 40 Yard Dash: 4.5
- Vertical Jump: 34.5
- Pro Comparison: DeAndre Hopkins
NFL Draft Update: The draft will NOT be held in Las Vegas. It will emenate from a centralized studio, and cameras will be live at each team’s HQ as they make their picks.🏈 #nfldraft2020#football#fanpage
For the ones that have been tuned in since day 1 y’all know what it is. Lil bro @kindlevildor2 is the definition of hard work and dedication. I’m glad scouts/Gm’s are taking notice. Whatever @nfl team that drafts this kid.. you’re getting a leader, a student, a playmaker, and true competitor! Chasing Greatness! 1%
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2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Eno Benjamin, Running Back from Arizona State University
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Where would you guys rank the Bills color rush jerseys 1-32?
With the twelfth pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft the @raiders select; •
Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama •
• Speed. This man is a burner, there isn’t a defender who can keep up with him and they all fear him streaking by them, he gives defenses fits. •
• Hands. Ruggs has really good hands, he snatches the ball out of the air allowing him to not have to break stride mid route and for a small receiver he has a good ability to go back and get an under thrown pass. •
• Size. Ruggs is small for a wideout and whilst speed receivers of a smaller stature have proven to be successful in the league you have to wonder if you can have a sub 6ft #1 receiver. •
• Route Tree. Ruggs wasn’t asked to to much in terms of routes whilst at Bama, they found what he was good at and could have success with and stuck with it, can he develop a full tree? Does he need to? Time will tell. •
Pro Player Comparison: Tyreek Hill. Small stature, good hands and blistering speed? There’s only one comp for Ruggs. •
Would I take him here? I would, I love what Ruggs brings to an offense and the Raiders have to see Tyreek Hill twice a year so they know first hand what a player with that skill set can bring to a passing attack. The late, great, Al Davis always loved speed and here his beloved Raiders get the fastest guy in the draft by a mile. •
The @49ers are on the ⏰ •
My 2020 NFL Mock Draft 3.0!! I included multiple trades this time around so I hope you enjoy! Draft season is upon us and the draft is less than a month away. I will be posting a couple more mock drafts as well as my final position rankings for the year in the next few weeks. Let me know what you think.
◼️ Laviska Shenault is going to get under drafted this year. He has clear mid 4.4 speed, but nursing an injury, his time fell to 4.58… and so did his draft stock. And I think this presents an opportunity to get this guy on the cheap.
◼️ The man who was quoted saying that his favorite play is the direct snap can truly do it all. He could just as easily be classified as a RB with good hands, because he’s that special with the ball in his hands. He had 29 broken tackles in 2018, and 15 more in 2019, and he did this as both a RB & WR. And as seen in the USC game of this year, he has the ability to take a routine screen/ slant into a 70 yard TD. He’s a guy that is hard to get your hands on, and when you do get your hands on him, he’s hard to bring down… but he comes with some risk too.
◼️ Shanault has yet to develop a full route tree. He struggles to beat good corners 1 on 1, and a lot of his production is manufactured. Whether it be on screens, slants, or designed runs, he isn’t getting his numbers like a true number 1 WR usually would on the outside. He’s caught some deep balls, but from what I’ve seen it’s been more “right place right time” than him winning deep down the field. His blocking has left a lot to be desired to say the least, and he also carries significant injury risk. A toe & torn labrum cost him a couple games in 2018, and most recently, he had to undergo surgery on his core that cost him his combine numbers. Especially given how physical he is & how many touches he could get in the NFL, that could be the deterrent off him for some teams.
◼️ Shenault is a special prospect with the ball in his hands that will serve you best if your OC can get creative. He has things that you can’t teach, but lacks things that you can teach. Even with his injury risk, he has a pretty high floor of you can figure out how to use him to his strengths and scheme around them. He is a guy that should go in the first, but probably will fall to the second, and I’d love for my team to grab him there
◼️ NFL comp: Deebo Samuel
‼️Full Vikings Mock Draft‼️
Day 3: Rounds 5-7
155: D.J. Wonnum- EDGE (South Carolina)- A steady presence in Will Muschamp’s defense at South Carolina, Wonnum is an extremely high effort pass rusher that possesses great power at the point of attack.
201: James Lynch- IDL (Baylor)-
Baylor’s all time leading sack leader, Lynch plays with an elite motor and the coaching staff raves about him. His nose for the sacking the quarterback could be useful in the Vikings interior.
205: Steven Montez- QB (Colorado)- Possesses ideal size and arm strength to play at the NFL level. His biggest knock is his processing which with a good coach in the NFL, can be improved. Montez is a guy who we could sit behind Cousins for a year or two and has boom or bust potential.
219: Calvin Throckmorton- OT (Oregon)- A versatile, smart offensive lineman that earned first-team All-Pac-12 selection his senior year, he started 12 games at right tackle and two at center for the injured Jake Hanson. He started at four different positions for the Ducks in 2018 (six at right tackle, five at left tackle, one at center, one at right guard), earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors. His ability to play multiple positions would help this Vikings offensive line immensely and allow them to move pieces around if needed.
249: Chris Williamson- CB (Minnesota)- A high IQ corner that has played meaningful snaps for both the Florida Gators and Gophers. His move to slot corner has yielded great results and he could help the Vikes in this area while providing great special teams depth as well.
253: James Proche- WR (SMU)- Proche is known for having great hands and being a security blanket for quarterbacks. He earned first-team all-conference accolades after starting all 13 games, tying for the national lead with 111 receptions (1,225 yards, 11.0 yards per catch), ranking in the top five with 15 scores and returning punts (17 returns for 164 yards and an average of 9.6 yards). His ability to use his hands and YAC ability would give a jolt at wideout for the Vikings and also has punt returning experience.
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2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Chase Claypool, Wide Receiver from the University of Notre Dame
App State RB Darrynton Evans has had multiple Facetime/Skype meetings with NFL clubs this week, including the Steelers. Some scouts believe he could very well be drafted around the 3rd, as teams crave the versatility, speed, and physicality he possesses.🏈 #steelers#nfldraft2020#football#fanpage
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Solomon Kindley is a veteran guard who has played in 42 games over the course of 3 years with the Georgia Bulldogs. Kindley owns a massive frame, with elite power to move defenders in the run game. Paired with Andrew Thomas on the left side of the Georgia line, they were able to pave the way for Nick Chubb & Deandre Swift in an extremely effective matter. Solomon is downright nasty and seems to frequently live in defenders heads. My favorite thing about Solomon is his hand strength in pass protection, he’s a true heavyweight boxer on the interior and rarely gets beat. For those of you familiar with this draft class, Javon Kinlaw had a hard time beating Kindley at all when the two matched up. The build and the mentality is there for Kindley, and with some proper coaching he could become an interior mauler in the NFL.
Strengths: Pop in hands, Feet are nimble for his size, mentality, frame, experience
Weaknesses: Dips head when engaging with defenders, flexibility, questions about lateral mobility
With Josh Kline now gone and Pat Elflein struggling, the Vikings desperately need a physical interior lineman that can hold up in pass protection, and reach defenders in our zone run scheme. Kindley is certainly a candidate and could be acquired anywhere between the 2nd & 4th Round.
NFL Comparison: Larry Warford
Prospect grade: 6.9/10 Provides depth with a chance of starting
Denzel Mims Report: Many of you might now agree with this, but Denzel Mims is a mid-first round receiver. Denzel Mims has the perfect blend of size, speed, and hands. He has a fairy explosive release off the line for his size and can create separation with his size, speed, and insane catch radius. Watching his film is almost like watching his highlights. He’s a game changer in the passing games and makes plays every time he gets the ball. He shows incredible concentration with numerous juggling catches. As a blocker, he’s easily the best I’ve seen in this class. He uses his long arms, size, and brute strength to bully defensive backs. He really doesn’t have any holes in his game. Mims is the most underrated receiver in this draft, and if he goes to the right team, he could easily break out as the most productive of the group.