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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Titans2004, Apr 4, 2021.
Bateman and then AS Jr in the 2nd. We've had multiple meetings with both.
Wide receiver is deep, but it is a lot of 5'8" slot dudes.
Agreed. I wouldn't mind taking one of these slot guys but not in the 1st. I'd prefer Shi Smith in the 4th or 5th over Rondale/Elijah Moore in the 1st.
Even if we go WR early, I still think if there's one of those good slot guys available later we could double up at WR.
Marshall would be a great pick if we didn’t have such a glaring need at CB and Pass Rusher. Considering we’re a running team and already have a #1 in AJ Brown, the dropoff in WR talent from round 1 to someone like Dyami Brown in the 3rd doesn’t warrant the high pick for our WR3.
WR might be the best position at #22 unless a top CB falls. I'd take Bateman or Marshall. Both look like solid value and have the size and skill set to be a quality #2 or better. Either one could surpass Davis in play making ability.
It is completely blowing my mind that all these elite CB's I watched growing up are having their sons entering the NFL now, and they're all named after their dads:
Asante Samuel Jr
Patrick Surtain II
Antoine Winfield II
It's not like they've been out of the league that long either! Samuel Sr last played in 2013, Winfield Sr in 2012, and Surtain Sr in 2008.
That said, if AS Jr is on the board and we don't take him with our 2nd pick, I'm going to tweet very angry things at JRob.
I would have to go corner if Horn, Farley, or even Greg Newsome if they are there at 22. But I would have no problem with Marshall or Bateman at WR.
Unless a CB is a legit top notch prospect I'd take a WR and take my chances in the 2nd round with the CB.
I agree except for Newsome. Horrible injury history. Never played a complete season.
It really all depends on how the draft falls to us. I am all for trading out if no difference makers are at 22.