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Diesel Draft 5.0
Wildcard Round Mock
Top 20 is official, bottom 12 is off of ranking/seedings

Round 1
1. Browns – Myles Garrett – DE – Texas A&M
Top player in the draft. Browns need to start establishing their cornerstones, and drafting Garrett gives the team a great pass rusher with All-Pro upside. Giving them a defensive cornerstone.

2. 49ers – Mitch Trubisky – QB – North Carolina
With Chip Kelly gone, the new 49ers HC needs to get a franchise QB. Although this class does not have a clear-cut Elite QB, Trubisky flashes that. Trubisky with the right coach could be a future pro-bowler.

3. Bears – Johnathan Allen – DE – Alabama
Bears need interior pass rush, and Allen is a perfect fit with that. An already decent DL gets better as the front 3 is now Hicks-Goldman-Allen with backups in Cornelius Washington and the sophomore ready to make a leap, Jonathan Bullard.

4. Jaguars – Cam Robinson – OT – Alabama
Jags O-line is abysmal, drafting Cam bumps Beachum to RT and Parnell to OG. This move upgrades 3 positions and should help Bortles and the run game. Cam Robinson is the clear-cut #1 OT, and a franchise LT.

5. Titans (via Rams) – Reuben Foster – ILB – Alabama
Titans ILB is not the prettiest. Wesley Woodyard can’t play 3rd downs, and Williamson has barely been average. Adding a piece like Foster to an already good defense can help the defense take the next step. Whoever they put next to Foster will benefit, and cutting Woodyard will save the Titans 4.7 Mill that could go to a CB.

6. Jets – O.J. Howard – TE – Alabama
Now it gets interesting. O.J. is a great player, and a safe pick. Although some may see this as a reach, the Jets have been whiffing lately and taking a safe player, a good player at a position of need can help jumpstart a struggling franchise.

7. Chargers – Jamal Adams – S – LSU
Adams can play, and on a defense with a lot of youth in the front 7, could use a playmaker in the back end. Hayward and Flowers looked good this year, and Verrett was good before the injury. Pairing Adams with Addae can be a scary pairing if Addae builds on a career year.

8. Panthers – Dalvin Cook – RB – Florida State
Panthers were a surprising bust this year, so with the #8 pick, a difference maker could put them back in the top-tier teams. Although OT is the #1 need, no OT is worth the pick here so getting the #1 RB is a good pick. Cook is a well-balanced RB, who with Cam could be an dominate 1-2 punch.

9. Bengals – Tim Williams – DE – Alabama
Bengals are in desperate need of a speed rusher, and barring awful interviews or another arrest, TW is the easy pick. Williams-Dunlap could be a force, and could give the Bengals a 10+ sack per year player.

10. Bills – Deshaun Watson – QB – Clemson
With the Bills giving up on Tyrod, the new Bills coach could look into a QB at 10. Watson has some flaws, but brings a winning mentality, a load of upside, and a new hope. Watson could be a great NFL QB in the right situation, and with the right pick of a HC, and Watson the Bills could turn things around.

11. Saints – Taco Charlton - DE – Michigan
Saints need a rusher outside of Jordan. Charlton is the best pure 4-3 DE, and with room to grow Taco could be dominate with Jordan.

12. Browns (via Eagles) – Malik Hooker – FS – Ohio State
At this point, the Browns to do not see a franchise QB, and a trade could be imminent if they do not believe in Cody Kessler, maybe Jimmy Garoppolo. But grabbing a local playmaker could be a cornerstone for a team that needs cornerstones. Hooker can be an All-Pro FS with elite ball skills, and coverage.

13. Cardinals – DeShone Kizer – QB – Notre Dame
Cardinals were a bust this year, mainly because of Palmer playing mediocre. Kizer fits the vertical offense, and could use the last year of Palmer’s contract to sit and learn. Good situation for both parties.

14. Eagles (via Vikings) – Leonard Fournette – RB - LSU
With a young QB, Fournette could give them a franchise RB. Fournette is a monster when he is on, and healthy. But brings a risk factor, but Fournette has the upside to be one of the great generational talents we have seen.

15. Colts – Malik McDowell – DT – Michigan State
Colts defense is bad, and adding a piece like McDowell could bolster them. Colts need pieces in all 3 tiers of their defense, and starting in the trenches is where to start. McDowell had a down year, but has a world of upside and is an ideal fit in the 3-4. McDowell-Jones/Langford-Anderson is a good DL that should benefit the LBs and CBs.

16. Ravens – Mike Williams – WR – Clemson
With Steve Smith retiring, the Ravens are going to need a new weapon. Mike Williams has #1 upside, and should help Flacco immediately.

17. Redskins – Teez Tabor – CB – Florida
Norman has been a great pickup for the Skins, but Breeland-Toler-Fuller have disappointed. Adding Teez gives the Redskins a possible top-2 CB pairing with a great fight for the NB between the above listed.

18. Titans – Marlon Humphrey – CB – Alabama
Titans secondary has been atrocious, and adding a talented player who is a perfect scheme fit seems too good to be true.

19. Bucs – Jabrill Peppers – S/LB – Michigan
Whether he plays WLB, or SS. Peppers is an awesome fit in Tampa. Peppers will drop because of coverage concerns, but with his natural athleticism, Peppers is still a top-tier prospect. Peppers will help bolster that defense.

20. Broncos – Garret Bolles – OT/OG – Utah
Broncos OL has been one of the worst. Although Paradis may be the best center in the league, Okung-Garcia-Schofield have been average at best and Stephenson has graded as the worst OT in football. Bolles is nasty, and can play OG or RT upgrading either spot.

21. Lions – Marshon Lattimore – CB – Ohio State
Lions could use 1 more CB that could complete their secondary. Slay is a clear CB1, and although Nevin Lawson has benefitted from a good second half of the season, the team needs a CB2, and Lattimore has CB1 upside. Slay-Lattimore-Lawson/Diggs is a beautiful Top 3.

22. Dolphins – Dan Feeney – OG – Indiana
The Dolphins OL has been bad, but partially due to injuries; but Bushrod has been one of the worst starting Guards in the league. A young OL core of Tunsil-Pouncey-Feeney gives the OL hope. Leaving OT to be further evaluated.

23. Giants – Derek Barnett – DE – Tennessee
With JPP likely out, Vernon will need help. Barnett is a good player with more upside than JPP.

24. Raiders – Caleb Brantley – DT – Florida
Ward-Autry-Latham-Ellis have been bad. Really bad, and this could be holding the Raiders back. Brantley is a better prospect than all 4, and reminds me a lot of Mario Edwards. Williams-McGee-Brantley are a solid 3, letting the team thin out the above 4 for backups.

25. Seahawks – Ryan Ramczyk – OT – Wisconsin
Seahawks need a OT bad, and although I am not huge on Ram, he is a good fit in Seattle’s spread as they love athletic OTs.

26. Texans – Brad Kaaya – QB – Miami(fla.)
Brock has been awful, and Tom Savage is not the future. Kaaya can come in, and really be a good QB under Bill O’Brien. Even if they choose to sit him a year behind nightmare Brock Osweiler.

27. Packers – JuJu Smith-Schuster – WR – USC
Besides injuries at RB, the thing holding back the Packers Offense is the Packers WRs. Jordy Nelson-Davant Adams are a great pairing; but Cobb-Janis-Davis haven’t been all that great. JuJu had a down year, but pairing him with Rodgers could bring out his top-WR upside.

28. Steelers – Charles Harris – DE – Missouri
Steelers D is getting closer to the elite status they use to have, and getting another pass rusher to replace Jarvis Jones is how to give them a nightmare on the edges.

29. Falcons – Zach Cunningham – OLB - Vanderbilt
Falcons have put Beasley back on the line at DE, running Wheeler more as the WILL/Rushing LB Dan Quinn loves that he once had in Bruce Irvin. But the Falcons need a SAM, and the freaky athletic Cunningham could be the answer. Although linky, Cunningham has the traits of Jamie Collins, but just needs to fill his frame. Jones-Cunningham are a great 1-2 True LB duo.

30. Chiefs – Corey Davis – WR – Western Michigan
Maclin hasn’t been the best WR, and Tyreek Hill has been a great weapon. But a true WR2 with WR1 upside could benefit the offense. Davis is RD1 talent, who would be a 1,000 yard receiver in KC.

31. Patriots – Jourdan Lewis – CB - Michigan
Pats love efficient players, and do not care if they get yelled at for “reaching”. Lewis, although undersized, is a pesky corner with CB2/SLOT CB upside. Pats love matchup football with their CBs, Lewis is an upgrade over Coleman-Jones.

32. Cowboys – Quincy Wilson – CB - Florida
With Claiborne having his best year, he may get paid bigger by someone with more Cap. Anthony Brown is looking like a solid CB but a CB1 could be a pick. Quincy is a great CB prospect who dominated college, and has CB1 upside. Wilson-Scandrick-Brown-Carr is a good start to fixing the defense.

Round 2
1. Browns – Adoree’ Jackson – CB – USC
Loads of upside, Exciting player, a need.

2. 49ers – Takkarist McKinley – EDGE – UCLA
Need 3-4 rushing, McKinley has a RD1 grade from me.

3. Bears – Jake Butt – TE – Michigan
Young TE, has a RD1 grade from me. Reminds me of Travis Kelce.

4. Jaguars – David Njoku – TE – Miami(fla.)
Local talent, loads of upside for a young offense.

5. Rams – Christian McCaffrey – RB – Stanford
Gurley-McCaffrey duo could be dominate and benefit young Goff. This years OL class is bad, Rams should look to free agency.

6. Jets – Gareon Conley – CB – Ohio State
CB2 has been bad, Conley is a good player at Rd2 pick 6.

7. Chargers – Pat Elflein – OC/OG – Ohio State
Likely to play OG, Fluker is a bad OG. Chargers need to fix the OL.

8. Panthers – DeVonte Fields – EDGE – Louisville
Troubled player in a good situation. RD1 talent but character concerns.

9. Bengals – Raekwon McMillan – ILB – Ohio State
ILB is a need, Burfict-McMillan-Rey is a good core 3.

10. Bills – John Ross – WR – Washington
New QB needs weopens, Ross has Cooks like upside

11. Saints – Tre’Davious White – CB – LSU
White is an underrated CB. I believe he has CB1 upside.

12. Eagles – Jarrad Davis – OLB - Florida
Kendricks has not adjust well to the 4-3 OLB spot. Davis struggles with instincts at times but has RD1 upside.

13. Cardinals – Sidney Jones – CB – Washington
CB2 is a need, Jones is a solid CB and a RD2 talent.

14. Vikings – D’Onta Foreman – RB – Texas
AP may be on the way out, Foreman has a top 15 grade from me. Good replacement.

15. Colts – Wayne Gallman – RB – Clemson
Good replacement for Gore, well-balanced back.

16. Ravens – Desmond King – CB/FS – Iowa
Ozzie loves BPA. Should contribute right away at a FS/CB hybrid role.

17. Redskins – Soloman Thomas – DE – Stanford
Skins front 3 is awful, costing them a playoff spot. Thomas is a safe, good player. 3-4 DE fit.

18. Browns (via Titans) – Courtland Sutton – WR – SMU
Browns need another big body WR. Sutton is much underrated at 6’4.

19. Bucs – Curtis Samuel – WR/RB – Ohio State
Good weapon for Winston, can play the slot or in the backfield.

20. Broncos – Dede Westbrook – WR – Oklahoma
Broncos need another WR, Westbrook can play inside or outside varying with E. Sanders.

21. Lions – DeMarcus Walker – DE – Florida State
Devin Taylor needs to be replaced, Walker is raw and had 16 sacks this year.

22. Dolphins – Steven Taylor – OLB – Houston
4-3 OLB, good player, upgrade over Hewitt/Butler and/or Jenkins.

23. Giants – Evan Engram – TE – Ole Miss
Athletic H-TE, could be a 800 yard receiving TE depending on if they use him right.

24. Raiders – Marcus Williams – FS – Utah
Joseph is a cornerstone, and a center-fielding FS could make him better. Williams > Nelson.

25. Seahawks – Cordrea Tankersley – CB – Clemson
Physical, Edgy CB. Good fit.

26. Texans – Jordan Willis – EDGE – Kansas State
Underrated rusher, good value sleeper at 2.26.

27. Packers – Jordan Leggett – TE – Clemson
Packers have lacked a good TE, Leggett would be a great addition.

28. Steelers – Carlos Watkins – DT – Clemson
Hargrave has bee okay, but Watkins is hard to pass on here. Heyward-Watkins-Tuitt is scary. With Hargrave at backup and new pass rushers drafted, the Steelers make an elite jump.

29. Falcons – Budda Baker – FS – Washington
Keanu Neal looks great, but needs a FS counterpart. Budda is a centerfield FS, but can run support and play man to man. Possible steal at 2.29.

30. Chiefs – Dion Dawkins – OT/OG – Temple
Likely NFL OG, should be an upgrade at either OG spot, leaving competition at the other for Fulton and Duvernay-Tardif.

31. Patriots – Carl Lawson – OLB – Auburn
Pats need an EDGE rusher, but Lawson can do that and be versatile. Typical Patriot.

32. Cowboys – Cooper Kupp – WR – Eastern Washington
Cowboys should move on from Terrance Williams, Kupp is a great CB2 candidate. Dak should love Kupp.

Round 3
1. Browns – Chris Wormley – DE - Michigan

2. 49ers – Roderick Johnson – OT – Florida State

3. Bears – Kevin King – CB - Washington

4. Jaguars – Montravius Adams – DT - Auburn

5. Titans (via Rams) – Quenton Nelson – OG – Notre Dame

6. Jets – Ryan Anderson – OLB - Alabama

7. Chargers – Jaleel Johnson – DT - Iowa

8. Panthers – Bucky Hodges – TE – Virginia Tech

9. Bengals – Malachi Dupree – WR - LSU

10. Bills – Marcus Maye – S - Florida

11. Saints – Jarron Jones – DT – Notre Dame

12. Eagles – Antonio Garcia – OT - Troy

13. Cardinals – Kendell Beckwith – ILB - LSU

14. Vikings – Samaje Perine – RB - Oklahoma

15. Colts – Ejuan Price – OLB - Pittsburgh

16. Ravens – Da’Shawn Hand – DE - Alabama

17. Redskins – Justin Evans – SS – Texas A&M

18. Titans – Lowell Lotulelei – DT - Utah

19. Bucs – Marquez White – CB – Florida State

20. Broncos – Forrest Lamp – OG/OT – Western Kentucky

21. Lions – Jehu Chesson – WR - Michigan

22. Vikings (via Dolphins) – Vincent Taylor – DT – Oklahoma State

23. Giants – Julie’n Davenport – OT - Bucknell

24. Raiders – Chidobe Awuzie – CB - Colorado

25. Seahawks – Dorian Johnson – OG - Pittsburgh

26. Texans – Vita Vea – NT - Washington

27. Packers – Taylor Moton – OG – Western Michigan

28. Steelers – Dawuane Smoot – EDGE - Illinois

29. Falcons – Billy Price – OG – Ohio State

30. Chiefs – Anthony Walker Jr. – ILB - Northwestern

31. Patriots – Ryan Switzer – WR – North Carolina

32. Cowboys – Tyquan Lewis –DE – Ohio State

33. *Compensatory* Cowboys – KD Cannon – WR - Baylor

34. *Compensatory* Broncos – Zach Banner – OT - USC

35. *Compensatory* Dolphins – Cameron Sutton – CB - Tennessee

36. *Compensatory* Panthers – Avery Gennesy – OT – Texas A&M

37. *Compensatory* Broncos – Duke Riley – OLB - LSU

38. *Compensatory* Rams – Travin Dural – WR - LSU

39. *Compensatory* Ravens – Isaiah Ford – WR – Virginia Tech

40. *Compensatory* Chiefs – Haason Reddick – EDGE - Temple

41. *Compensatory* Patriots (via Browns) – Lorenzo Jerome – FS – Saint Franis (PA)

42. *Compensatory* Seahawks – Nazir Jones – DT – North Carolina

Round 4
1. Eagles (via Browns) – Ethan Pocic – OC/OG - LSU

2. 49ers – Evan Engram – TE – Ole Miss

3. Bears – Corn Elder – CB – Miami(fla.)

4. Jaguars – Tyler Orlosky – OC – West Virginia

5. Rams – Andrew Bisnowaty – OT - Pittsburgh

6. Redskins (via Jets) – Nico Siragusa – OG – San Diego State

7. Chargers – Rasul Douglas – CB – West Virginia

8. Panthers – Josh Harvey-Clemons – SS - Louisville

9. Bengals – Johnathan Ford – SS - Auburn

10. Bears (via Bills) – Erik Magnuson – OT - Michigan

11. Saints – Tyrone Crowder – OG - Clemson

12. Eagles – Amara Darboh – WR - Michigan

13. Cardinals – Corey Clement – RB - Wisconsin

14. Vikings – Chad Wheeler – OT - USC

15. Colts – Josh Jones – FS/CB – NC State

16. Ravens – Connor McDermott – OT/OG - UCLA

17. Redskins – Daeshon Hall – DE – Texas A&M

18. Titans – Josh Reynolds – WR – Texas A&M

19. Bucs – Kyle Fuller – OC - Baylor

20. Broncos – Harold Landry – EDGE – Boston College

21. Lions – Levon Myers – OT – Northern Illinois

22. Vikings (via Dolphins) – Braden Smith – OG - Auburn

23. Giants – Jeremy McNichols – RB – Boise State

24. Raiders – Carroll Phillips – OLB - Illinois

25. Patriots (via Seahawks) – Josh Carrraway – DE - TCU

26. Texans – Taywan Taylor – WR – Western Kentucky

27. Packers – Brandan Langley – CB - Lamar

28. Steelers – Marlon Mack – RB - South Florida

29. Falcons – Brandon Facyson – CB – Virginia Tech

30. Chiefs – Stacey Coley – WR – Miami(fla.)

31. Patriots – Ben Boulware – ILB - Clemson

32. Cowboys – Dylan Cole – OLB - Missouri State

33. *Compensatory* Jets – Kareem Hunt – RB - Toledo

34. *Compensatory* Bengals – Daniel Carlson – K - Auburn

35. *Compensatory* Colts – Davon Godchaux – DT - LSU

36. *Compensatory* Browns – Obi Melifonwu – SS - Connecticut

37. *Compensatory* Rams – Eddie Jackson – SS - Alabama

38. *Compensatory* Broncos – Larry Ogunjobi – DE - Charlotte

39. *Compensatory* Chiefs – Donnell Pumphrey – RB – San Diego State

40. *Compensatory* 49ers – Zay Jones – WR - ECU

41. *Compensatory* Browns – James Connor – RB - Pittsburgh

42. *Compensatory* Bengals – Channing Stribling – CB - Michigan
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Solid Steeler mock.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 11:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like the Bears draft a lot, I would just change the 2nd round pick to Njoku only because Butt suffered a pretty serious injury and with Pace's history off higher draft picks getting injured I think he would stay away from him.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 11:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fantastic Redskins Mock. Only comment would be that we need to address the interior of our defensive line.

1. CB Teez Tabor
2. DE Solomon Thomas
3. SS Justin Evans
4. OG Nico Siragusa
4. DE Daeshon Hall
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29. Falcons – Zach Cunningham – OLB - Vanderbilt
Falcons have put Beasley back on the line at DE, running Wheeler more as the WILL/Rushing LB Dan Quinn loves that he once had in Bruce Irvin. But the Falcons need a SAM, and the freaky athletic Cunningham could be the answer. Although linky, Cunningham has the traits of Jamie Collins, but just needs to fill his frame. Jones-Cunningham are a great 1-2 True LB duo.

I think you are forgetting one of our better rookies this year boss. Beasley has not left SLB at all that is 100% his position and he will not be moving from it.

Our starting WLB and a dang good one for his rookie year is De'Vondre Campbell. Everyone loves him as a player and once he is uninjured he will be starting right away again to team with Deion Jones and Vic Beasley to be our LB group. SLB is actually our rush position and we use it as our edge rusher in pass rushing downs like Von Miller does in Denver.

As for the rest of the picks i love them all and think they are really good except the Cb thats sort of a wasted pick were good there. you could target a talented Edge rusher there or more importantly something we REALLY NEED a DT considering we probably lose Babs, Hageman, and Tyson Jackson this offseason. Atleast 2 of them are gone more than likely.

Give me Demarcus Walker Devonte Fields in the 1st round as a Edge Rusher to pair with Beasley on pass downs and then in the 4th give me a DT like Davon Godchaux or another DT you like that fits our scheme next to Grady Jarrett.

Another setup i like that some might not agree with is

1st - Desmond King - FS

2nd - Carl Lawson - Edge Rusher

3rd - Billy Price - OG

4th - Whatever Dt you like this late with good upside that fits us your choice Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is a great mock for the Titans. Other than giving Lowell Lotulelei which we don't really need another Defensive Lineman. Unless it's going to be like Jonathan Allen then yea otherwise no.

With Evan Ingram available that's the best option. We got a bunch of old guys at Tightend and Delanie Walker needs a disciple.

Also Daniel Carlson is staying at Auburn for another season.
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Having to choose between Kizer and Hooker would be the hardest decision they could make for me.

I'd go Kizer then give me Budda Baker instead in the 2nd. Besides that draft is perfect Adoree Jackson is perfect for us.
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Okay mock for the Cards. Still need a WR and OG, though.
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Not the best draft for Miam. OL is an issue but it for once is not the biggest issue on the team. Too much emphasis on the OL imo with what would be four 1st rounders. Prefer to get a vet in FA and a late round developmental OL. They need help on defense in the worst way. Steven Taylor would be a good start in the 3rd or 4th but he's not a top 70 player plus we need a 4-3 MLB; he's also not better than Jenkins. Sutton in the 3rd would be a steal.

1. Zach Cunningham OLB
2. Carl Lawson EDGE
3. Corn Elder CB
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There's no way Denver goes O-Line with 3 of their first 4 picks. The O-Line will be mainly addressed during Free Agency. I'd much rather see Denver take McCaffrey in the 1st if they can't get Cam Robinson. I love the Dede Westbrook pick but I know other Broncos fans don't.
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Love it.

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Really like it for the Bengals. I agree with the positions you address in each round, but would probably go with different players in the first two rounds.

In the first, we absolutely need a DE. Personally, since we run a 4-3, I think Taco Charlton fits us better.

In the second, I'd take Jarrod Davis in a heartbeat over McMillan, and that's coming from a Buckeye fan who HATES Florida.

Love the Dupre and Carlson picks. I'm not convinced the team will draft a safety, but if they do it HAS to be a FS type. We currently start two SS types, and struggle in deep coverage.
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Though I don't agree that Buffalo has for sure moved on from Tyrod, if they do and this was their first 3 picks, I'd be rather happy.

Hard to pass on Hooker though.

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Evan Engram's so nice, he gets drafted twice.
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Two picks at RB for the Vikings Very Happy

I think that was probably a mistake. I don't think you have a OL option in round two that you'd have rated well enough for the Vikings to take. So RB is fine there, but then lots of OL after that is what the Vikings need.
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