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** ROUNDS 2 & 3 DISCUSSION ** (2022 NFL DRAFT)


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It's so weird and glorious to be in middle of the draft process and not feel like your team ABSOLUTELY NEEDS starting players. 

 

I'm usually pinning my hopes/expectations on draft picks at this time of year...not now!

 

What a difference in attitude and enjoyment.

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6 minutes ago, esjbh2 said:

It's so weird and glorious to be in middle of the draft process and not feel like your team ABSOLUTELY NEEDS starting players. 

 

I'm usually pinning my hopes/expectations on draft picks at this time of year...not now!

 

What a difference in attitude and enjoyment.

 

yep. And it's great.. and it's weird how fast it seemed like it got here. Our season is usually over in early January and we have forever to wait. 

Pumped for tonight, should get two good players. 

 

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All the players I like for tonight from my "Big Board"

- in order of preference

(my Round # value)

 

CB   Andrew Booth       6’0, 200, Clemson  (1)

DT   Travis Jones       6’5, 333, UConn  (1)

DT   Logan Hall       6’6, 275, Houston (1)

TE   Trey McBride       6’3, 249, Colo St.  (1)

RB   Breece Hall       5’11, 217, Iowa St.  (1)

T   Bernhard Raimann       6’7, 305, C. Mich  (1)

T   Daniel Faalele       6’9, 387, Minnesota  (1)

C   Cam Jurgens       6’3, 305, Nebraska  (2)

DT   John Ridgeway       6’6, 320, Arkansas  (2)

WR   Alec Pierce       6’3, 213, Cincinnati  (2)

CB   Tariq Woolen       6’4, 205, UTSA  (2)

TE   Greg Dulcich       6’5, 240, UCLA  (2)

LB   Chad Muma       6’3, 242, Wyoming  (2)

LB   Brian Asamoah       6’1, 228, Oklahoma  (2)

CB   Marcus Jones        5’8, 185, Houston  (2)

G   Jamaree Salyer       6’4, 325, Georgia  (2)

G   Luke Goedeke       6’5, 310, C. Mich  (2)

P   Matt Araiza       6’2, 200, SD State  (3)

CB   Cam Taylor-Britt       6’0, 197, Nebraska  (3)

TE   Charlie Kolar       6’6, 260, Iowa St.  (3)

CB   MJ Emerson       6’2, 200, Miss St.  (3)

RB   James Cook       5’11, 190, Cincinnati  (3)

WR   Justyn Ross       6’4, 205, Clemson  (3)

TE   Grant Calcaterra       6’5, 247, SMU  (3)

DE   Myjai Sanders       6’5, 255, Cincinnati  (3)

LB   Malcolm Rodriguez       5’11, 235, Ok St.  (3)

LB   JoJo Domann       6’1, 230, Nebraska  (3)

T   Max Mitchell       6’6, 299, Louisiana  (3)

T   Kellen Diesch       6’7, 300, Arizona St.  (3)

S   Bryan Cook       6’1, 210, Cincinnati  (3)

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If I had to narrow down my top 5 list for tonight, of players I REALLY LIKE and will be sad if they are taken, they would be ...

 

1. C   Cam Jurgens

2. DT   John Ridgeway

3. P   Matt Araiza

4. T   Daniel Faalele

5. CB   Tariq Woolen

let us pray

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4 minutes ago, BlackJesus said:

If I had to narrow down my top 5 list for tonight, of players I REALLY LIKE and will be sad if they are taken, they would be ...

 

1. C   Cam Jurgens

2. DT   John Ridgeway

3. P   Matt Araiza

4. T   Daniel Faalele

5. CB   Tariq Woolen

let us pray

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BJ are you saying you'd spend a 2nd/3rd Round pick for Araiza?  I'm hoping he doesn't go that high, but I guess special teams players values are rising anymore.

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3 minutes ago, esjbh2 said:

BJ are you saying you'd spend a 2nd/3rd Round pick for Araiza?

 

Definitely! Without a doubt. They call him the "Punt God" for a reason. He is probably the best P prospect exiting college in NFL history. I could have even lived him with at #31. 

 

The fact that he is left footed also means you will likely get at least 5 turnovers a year, when they can't catch his punts because of the 'backwards' spin. So he is like a CB that gives you 5 Ints a year. And his huge leg likely makes up for an average of 50-100 yards a game in extra field position (so he is like a RB that runs for 100 yards). 

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28 minutes ago, BlackJesus said:

 

Definitely! Without a doubt. They call him the "Punt God" for a reason. He is probably the best P prospect exiting college in NFL history. I could have even lived him with at #31. 

 

The fact that he is left footed also means you will likely get at least 5 turnovers a year, when they can't catch his punts because of the 'backwards' spin. So he is like a CB that gives you 5 Ints a year. And his huge leg likely makes up for an average of 50-100 yards a game in extra field position (so he is like a RB that runs for 100 yards). 

 

We'd have the best ST in the league by far. That's gotta be worth a win or 2

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55 minutes ago, BlackJesus said:

 

Definitely! Without a doubt. They call him the "Punt God" for a reason. He is probably the best P prospect exiting college in NFL history. I could have even lived him with at #31. 

 

The fact that he is left footed also means you will likely get at least 5 turnovers a year, when they can't catch his punts because of the 'backwards' spin. So he is like a CB that gives you 5 Ints a year. And his huge leg likely makes up for an average of 50-100 yards a game in extra field position (so he is like a RB that runs for 100 yards). 

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I like to build with Rocks in the first 3 rounds. Guys who are pretty can't miss.

These would be those rocks for me. Even if you don't agree with the order... Who else would you add?

Andrew Booth-Clemson (1)
Kyler Gordon-Washington (1)
Cam Taylor-Britt-Nebraska (2)
Cam Jurgens-Nebraska (2)
Perion Winfrey-Oklahoma (2)
Travis Jones-Uconn (2)
DeMarvin Leal-Texas AnM (2)
Phidarian Mathis-Alabama (2)
Trey McBride-C State (3)
Nakobe Dean
David Ojabo
Boye Mafe

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1 hour ago, BlackJesus said:

 

Definitely! Without a doubt. They call him the "Punt God" for a reason. He is probably the best P prospect exiting college in NFL history. I could have even lived him with at #31. 

 

The fact that he is left footed also means you will likely get at least 5 turnovers a year, when they can't catch his punts because of the 'backwards' spin. So he is like a CB that gives you 5 Ints a year. And his huge leg likely makes up for an average of 50-100 yards a game in extra field position (so he is like a RB that runs for 100 yards). 

That's insane

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