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Eagles#1


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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 8:17 pm    Post subject: 2018 NFL Draft Prospects Reply with quote

These rankings are still very new, expect changes daily once I keep studying more and more prospects. If you want me to explain a ranking or take a closer look at a prospect just point him out. I want to keep this going all year long.

QB

1. Sam Darnold USC
2. Lamar Jackson Louisville
3. Josh Allen Wyoming
4. Josh Rosen UCLA
5. Baker Mayfield Oklahoma
6. Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State
7. Luke Falk Washington State
8. J.T. Barrett Ohio State
9. Riley Ferguson Memphis
10. Quinton Flowers South Florida

HB

1. Saquon Barkley Penn State
2. Derrius Guice LSU
3. Royce Freeman Oregon
4. Nick Chubb Georgia
5. Myles Gaskin Washington
6. Kalen Ballage Arizona State
7. Sony Michel Georgia
8. Bo Scarbrough Alabama
9. Justin Jackson Northwestern
10. Ronald Jones II USC

FB

1. Khalid Hill Michigan
2. Dimitri Flowers Oklahoma
3. Daniel Marx Stanford

WR

1. James Washington Oklahoma State
2. Calvin Ridley Alabama
3. Courtland Sutton SMU
4. Christian Kirk Texas A&M
5. Deon Cain Clemson
6. Dante Pettis Washington
7. Allen Lazard Iowa State
8. Quadree Henderson Pittsburgh
9. Simmie Cobbs Jr. Indiana
10. Antonio Callaway Florida

TE

1. Mike Gesicki Penn State
2. Troy Fumagalli Wisconsin
3. Mark Andrews Oklahoma
4. Durham Smythe Notre Dame
5. Adam Breneman Umass
6. Dallas Goedert South Dakota State
7. C.J. Conrad Kentucky
8. DeAndre Goolsby Florida
9. Ethan Wolf Tennessee
10. Marcus Baugh Ohio State

OT

1. Connor Williams Texas
2. Mitch Hyatt Clemson
3. Orlando Brown Oklahoma
4. Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame
5. Martinas Rankin Mississippi State
6. Trey Adams Washington
7. Toby Weathersby LSU
8. Jamarco Jones Ohio State
9. Tyrell Crosby Oregon
10. David Bright Stanford

OG

1. Quenton Nelson Notre Dame
2. Billy Price Ohio State
3. Martez Ivey Florida
4. Tyrone Crowder Clemson
5. Scott Quessenberry UCLA
6. Larry Allen Jr. Harvard
7. Cody O'Connell Washington State
8. Braden Smith Auburn
9. KC McDermott Miami
10. Brian Allen Michigan State

C

1. Mason Cole Michigan
2. Frank Ragnow Arkansas
3. Bradley Bozeman Alabama
4. Coleman Shelton Washington
5. Nick Linder Miami

DE

1. Arden Key LSU
2. Sam Hubbard Ohio State
3. Bradley Chubb NC State
4. Tyquan Lewis Ohio State
5. Harold Landry Boston College
6. Josh Sweat Florida State
7. Kemoko Turay Rutgers
8. Duke Ejiofor Wake Forest
9. Chad Thomas Miami
10. Ebenezer Ogundeko Tennessee State

DT

1. Christian Wilkins Clemson
2. Vita Vea Washington
3. Da'Shawn Hand Alabama
4. Lowell Lotulelei Utah
5. Maurice Hurst Michigan
6. Trenton Thompson Georgia
7. Scott Pagano Oregon
8. Derrick Nnadi Florida State
9. Sebastian Joseph Rutgers
10. Christian LaCouture LSU

OLB

1. Marquis Haynes Ole Miss
2. Matthew Thomas Florida State
3. Tremaine Edmunds Virginia Tech
4. Skai Moore South Carolina
5. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Oklahoma
6. Dante Booker Ohio State
7. JaVon Rolland-Jones Arkansas State
8. Tegray Scales Indiana
9. Chris Worley Ohio State
10. Mike McCray Michigan

ILB

1. Azeem Victor Washington
2. Josey Jewell Iowa
3. Cameron Smith USC
4. Micah Kiser Virginia
5. Jason Cabinda Penn State
6. Reggie Carter Georgia
7. Shaun Dion Hamilton Alabama
8. Keishawn Bierria Washington
9. Nick DeLuca North Dakota State
10. Rashaan Evans Alabama

CB

1. Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama
2. Tarvarus McFadden Florida State
3. Jaire Alexander Louisville
4. Brandon Facyson Virginia Tech
5. Jordan Thomas Oklahoma
6. Quenton Meeks Stanford
7. Tony Brown Alabama
8. Ed Paris LSU
9. Rashard Fant Indiana
10. M.J. Stewart North Carolina

S

1. Derwin James Florida State
2. Ronnie Harrison Alabama
3. Quin Blanding Virginia
4. Andrew Wingard Wyoming
5. Armani Watts Texas A&M
6. Marcus Allen Penn State
7. Godwin Igwebuike Northwestern
8. Chase Hansen Utah
9. Damon Webb Ohio State
10. Jordan Whitehead Pittsburgh
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Top5Fitz


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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 9:40 pm    Post subject: Re: 2018 NFL Draft Prospects Reply with quote

Eagles#1 wrote:
QB
1. Sam Darnold USC
2. Lamar Jackson Louisville
3. Josh Allen Wyoming
4. Josh Rosen UCLA
5. Baker Mayfield Oklahoma
6. Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State
7. Luke Falk Washington State
8. J.T. Barrett Ohio State
9. Riley Ferguson Memphis
10. Quinton Flowers South Florida



Take out J.T. Barrett and Quinton Flowers. Add Jarrett Stidham, Auburn and Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Haven't really had the time to get over on draftbreakdown and watch many guys over the past few years, but I did happen to watch some of the 2018 Offensive Linemen the other night....and I gotta say, I was really impressed with Trey Adams from Washington. I'd have him over Orlando Brown.
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BillsGuy82


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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 9:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This draft makes me giddy and we have multiple 1st.

Swap Lamar Jackson and Josh Rosen and Mike McGlinchy is easily top OT.

I can see 5 QBs going in 1st ( Rosen, Darnold, Jackson, Allen, Rudolph )
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brownie man


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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 10:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pretty good list

I've been looking at the 18 draft and its very top heavy.

The first round has some fantastic blue chip players. The top 20 next year is pure gold

I deff don't think it will have the depth that this one did, but in terms of the first round from an playmaker standpoint you wont get better than the guys coming out next year.

Glad my Browns have 2 first and 3 secconds.
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PostPosted: Wed May 03, 2017 10:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kalen Ballage should be higher and Courtland Sutton would be WR #1 on my board.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 12:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Iman Marshall-CB
Porter Gustin-Edge
Rasheem Green-DL

Daniel Imatorbhebhe-TE, Uchenna Nwosu-LB, anddeon Deontay Burnett-WR are other SC guys to keep an eye on.

We're any of them close to your top tens? I'm expecting big things from Gustin this year.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No Malik Jefferson?
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The 2017 draft literally just finished and you already have positional Top 10s (including fullback rankings lol). How is that even possible?
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Subtract Booker and add Jerome Baker
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 8:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

MSURacerDT55 wrote:
Subtract Booker and add Jerome Baker


Agreed, Baker is a stud.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IvyLeague wrote:
The 2017 draft literally just finished and you already have positional Top 10s (including fullback rankings lol). How is that even possible?


The process is never done. McShay will have his 2018 mock draft coming out soon and Kiper Jr. will have his 2018 big board soon after.

I will be more interested in the 2018 draft more than I was in this past draft just because the Rams will have a 1st round pick. I think OT will be a priority just because the Rams didnt draft anyone from a weak OL draft class this draft. Also Whitworth is 35 and Robinson 5th year option wasnt picked up. Its almost certain the Rams will go OL with one of their high draft picks in the 2018 draft.

Outside of the Rams, it will be interesting to see how many teams draft a QB in the 2018 draft.
Saints wanted Mahomes, so they could be looking for Brees replacement.
Cardinals could be looking to find a QB to replace Palmer who could retire next offseason.
Chargers didnt get a QB but could be looking for Rivers replacement.
Niners could be looking for a QB if they fail to get Cousins.
Redskins could be looking for a QB if they lose Cousins.
Jets could be looking for a QB if Hackenberg doesnt or Petty dont look like the future franchise QB.
Jaguars could be looking for a QB if Bortles struggle again this season.
Vikings could be looking for a QB if Bradford doesnt help the Vikings have a successful season. Bridgewater status is uncertain with the Vikings.

So we see at least eight teams off the top of my head could be looking for a QB in 2018 for one reason or another and this upcoming draft class should have alot of depth at that position. It should be interesting in my opinion so why not get a head start at looking at next years draft class.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It seems like I'm in the minority, but people have argued to pass on the 2017 for the 2018 QB class, but yet this QB class doesn't look the most promising to me. I wouldn't be surprised if Lamar Jackson changed positions, some of these guys might not come out, and some will probably regress. A bunch of these guys are from spread Offenses as well. It seems like a huge part of this QB class is reliant on Sam Darnold, a guy becoming a rSo. One of the biggest knocks against Mitch Trubisky was that he only had one year starting experience, and while Darnold will have two, he will still be relatively young and inexperienced.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 1:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stl4life07 wrote:
IvyLeague wrote:
The 2017 draft literally just finished and you already have positional Top 10s (including fullback rankings lol). How is that even possible?


The process is never done. McShay will have his 2018 mock draft coming out soon and Kiper Jr. will have his 2018 big board soon after.

I will be more interested in the 2018 draft more than I was in this past draft just because the Rams will have a 1st round pick. I think OT will be a priority just because the Rams didnt draft anyone from a weak OL draft class this draft. Also Whitworth is 35 and Robinson 5th year option wasnt picked up. Its almost certain the Rams will go OL with one of their high draft picks in the 2018 draft.

Outside of the Rams, it will be interesting to see how many teams draft a QB in the 2018 draft.
Saints wanted Mahomes, so they could be looking for Brees replacement.
Cardinals could be looking to find a QB to replace Palmer who could retire next offseason.
Chargers didnt get a QB but could be looking for Rivers replacement.
Niners could be looking for a QB if they fail to get Cousins.
Redskins could be looking for a QB if they lose Cousins.
Jets could be looking for a QB if Hackenberg doesnt or Petty dont look like the future franchise QB.
Jaguars could be looking for a QB if Bortles struggle again this season.
Vikings could be looking for a QB if Bradford doesnt help the Vikings have a successful season. Bridgewater status is uncertain with the Vikings.

So we see at least eight teams off the top of my head could be looking for a QB in 2018 for one reason or another and this upcoming draft class should have alot of depth at that position. It should be interesting in my opinion so why not get a head start at looking at next years draft class.


Rams are stupid. They didn't take a single OL...lol

Also, the Bills could be in the mix if they decide to move on from Tyrod, especially now that they're equipped with two first round picks.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 1:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Top5Fitz wrote:
stl4life07 wrote:
IvyLeague wrote:
The 2017 draft literally just finished and you already have positional Top 10s (including fullback rankings lol). How is that even possible?


The process is never done. McShay will have his 2018 mock draft coming out soon and Kiper Jr. will have his 2018 big board soon after.

I will be more interested in the 2018 draft more than I was in this past draft just because the Rams will have a 1st round pick. I think OT will be a priority just because the Rams didnt draft anyone from a weak OL draft class this draft. Also Whitworth is 35 and Robinson 5th year option wasnt picked up. Its almost certain the Rams will go OL with one of their high draft picks in the 2018 draft.

Outside of the Rams, it will be interesting to see how many teams draft a QB in the 2018 draft.
Saints wanted Mahomes, so they could be looking for Brees replacement.
Cardinals could be looking to find a QB to replace Palmer who could retire next offseason.
Chargers didnt get a QB but could be looking for Rivers replacement.
Niners could be looking for a QB if they fail to get Cousins.
Redskins could be looking for a QB if they lose Cousins.
Jets could be looking for a QB if Hackenberg doesnt or Petty dont look like the future franchise QB.
Jaguars could be looking for a QB if Bortles struggle again this season.
Vikings could be looking for a QB if Bradford doesnt help the Vikings have a successful season. Bridgewater status is uncertain with the Vikings.

So we see at least eight teams off the top of my head could be looking for a QB in 2018 for one reason or another and this upcoming draft class should have alot of depth at that position. It should be interesting in my opinion so why not get a head start at looking at next years draft class.


Rams are stupid. They didn't take a single OL...lol

Also, the Bills could be in the mix if they decide to move on from Tyrod, especially now that they're equipped with two first round picks.


I wouldn't call the Rams stupid for not drafting an OL prospect in the weak class. Why force a pick just because? The Rams have invested in the OL over the past few drafts and they signed OT Whitworth and OC Sullivan in FA. New OL coach Kromer comes in and want to work with the Rams young OL to see what they have because outside of OT Whitworth, OC Sullivan, and OG Saffold nobody know what they truly have being a lot of the guys are still a under 25 years of age I think. So I think it makes since to see what they have and then next year in a strong OL draft class, go draft at that position.
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