2019 Rookie Guard Discussion

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Jul 13, 2018.

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  1. 12th Titan

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    LG - Ben Powers 6'4 313..
    If you could see the 86 yard TD run early in the 3rd quarter against K State this weekend, you'll see why he's also a top OG.

    RG - Cody Ford 6'4 338 Jr. Considered to be the best OT in the nation.

    They are the number 1 offense in college football. Murray rarely gets pressure, and these guys pull so we'll andwell and efficiently that to heir running game is at or near the top.

    I could see us taking one or both if available. With Conklin and Lewan, we'd have the line that would be able to open up these holes for our backs and give MM8 the time he needs. I know we have Lewan, but Bobby Evans III, is a top LT, and will be a good pro for some team.

    There's the info for OU's guards and OL you wanted. Here's a few bits of info about our two best WR on the number 1 offense.

    I wouldn't mind getting Marquis, Hollywood Brown at WR. A redshirt Jr with legit low 4.3, high 4.2 40 speed. Hug a faster version of Tyreek Hill of the Chiefs. He also is the nephew of Antonio Brown. When it comes to a deep throat, there's no one better, and he has very good

    The guy I REALLY want is coming out in 2 years, CeeDee Lamb, True Soph WR. 6'2 185, with 4.4 speed, great hands, goes up high to grab passes, great hands, good footwork and route runner.

    He has started every game since he arrived at Norman. With all of the speed, runners, and talent on the Sooners, he also returns punts. He's the proto-typical NFL number 1 WR, guaranteed top 10 draft pick when he comes out. Honestly, he looks like another AJ Green.
     
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  2. VondyP

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    Buckeyes center Michael Jordan played like absolute dog **** today and hasn't been exactly killing it this year... he should probably play his senior year
     
  3. Fry

    Fry Welcome to the land of tomorrow!

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    Guys, we're going to be picking in 14-18 range. We better not waste that pick on a ****ing guard.
     
  4. steverife

    steverife Pro Bowler

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    Not really sure how you fit deep throating into the gameplan...
     
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  5. DoubleBlue

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    I noticed that a while ago but thought i was seeing things lol
     
  6. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    Thinking outside the box here, but want to get your opinions on this.

    When we drafted Conklin, 104.5 The Zone had a draft expert on and his quote about Conklin always stuck with me "He can be a good tackle, but he could be a hall of fame guard." I know some of his struggles this year are because of his injury, but what would you guys think of moving Conklin to guard? I think he'd be a mauler inside, and he played some guard at Michigan State before he was moved to tackle.

    Also, since I'm not the best at grading offensive linemen, how big is the drop off from him to Dennis Kelly? Whenever Kelly comes in for him I don't see much drop off at all. If you move Kelly to starting RT and Conklin inside to guard, you don't have to use any draft picks or free agent money to do it. You may only need to draft a new center and have Kline and Spain fight for the last guard spot.

    Thoughts?
     
  7. CuseTitansFan

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    I'm not completely against that. Vrabel mentioned that they have talked about shifting the offensive line around.
     
  8. TitanWally

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    You want a drafted lineman to become offensive co-ordinator?
     
  9. ICBW

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    i need this picture
     
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