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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Broken Arrow, Mar 9, 2021.
I mean I'm sure it's a template. So they dont have pump a ton into the upkeep from sponsor dollars
Whatever it is it runs like ****
Just playing around with what makes sense and value I came up with this:
Teven Jenkins OT 1st
Tylan Wallace WR 2nd
Eric Stokes CB 3rd
3rd comp - used to trade up to get Stokes
Tedarrel Slaton 4th
Obviously we could flip CB and OT and take a CB in the first and OL later. Got a feeling JRob would love Teven to make it to our pick. So would Henry.
Wallace is a 4.39 guy at 6'0. Good guy to develop opposite AJ
Stokes might not make it this far even with a trade up but being optimistic. If JRob likes a CB better in the 2nd then use a 3rd (possible trade up) for a WR. Quality is more important IMO than quantity either way.
Slaton is a 360 pound guy that carries his weight real well and would play as our NT/1. Basically replace Jones. Could be a steal if we get him this late.
I don’t see us taking an OT in the first unless it is just great value and a guy who could eventually replace Lewan.
I think it will be Edge, WR, or CB.
I agree. We signed Sambrailo and Lamm to compete for the starting RT spot to give us flexibility in the draft. Sabmrailo, though a step down from Lewan was better than I thought he would be at LT last year. He would likely fit better at RT anyway. I anticipate he gets the job.
Tevin Jenkins just said on path to the draft that he models his game after Taylor Lewan....2 Lewans would be too much for the offense to overcome....