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Didn't want to hijack DMac's thread, so I figured I'd make this. Just a random place to put random draft related tidbits.

 

I'll start this off.

 

https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/838501531435548676

 

 

 


https://www.facebook.com/AdamSchefter/posts/1425278670858103

 

The RB combine workout comparables from @numberFire and @nikbonaddio:‬

 

Leonard Fournette
2003 Larry Johnson Round 1, Pick 27 93.99%
2004 Chris Perry Round 1, Pick 26 93.32%
2011 Daniel Thomas Round 2, Pick 30 93.31%
2013 Marcus Lattimore Round 4, Pick 34 92.98%
2008 Xavier Omon Round 6, Pick 13 92.96%
2011 Allen Bradford Round 6, Pick 22 91.89%

 

Dalvin Cook (OUCH)
2011 Johnny White Round 5, Pick 2 96.74%
2012 Cyrus Gray Round 6, Pick 12 95.95%
2013 Johnathan Franklin Round 4, Pick 28 95.36%
2003 Onterrio Smith Round 4, Pick 8 94.48%
2012 Isaiah Pead Round 2, Pick 18 94.09%
2005 Vernand Morency Round 3, Pick 9 93.62%

 

Christian McCaffrey
2007 Kenny Irons Round 2, Pick 17 97.31%
2004 Julius Jones Round 2, Pick 11 95.32%
2001 James Jackson Round 3, Pick 3 92.32%
2014 Tyler Gaffney Round 7, Pick 12 92.06%
2014 Marion Grice Round 7, Pick 9 91.97%

 

D'Onta Freeman (only did one event)
2014 Lorenzo Taliaferro Round 5, Pick 10 98.65%
2014 Carlos Hyde Round 2, Pick 25 97.80%
2004 Kevin Jones Round 1, Pick 30 96.97%
2005 Ronnie Brown Round 1, Pick 2 96.66%
2003 LaBrandon Toefield Round 4, Pick 35 95.47%

 

Matthew Dayes
2008 Mike Hart Round 6, Pick 36 95.63%
2008 Yvenson Bernard Undrafted 95.46%
2013 Stepfan Taylor Round 5, Pick 7 94.66%
1999 Amos Zereoue Round 3, Pick 34 93.99%
rest were undrafted

 

Samaje Perine
1999 Joe Montgomery Round 2, Pick 18 97.14%
2013 Eddie Lacy Round 2, Pick 29 96.41%
2013 Marcus Lattimore Round 4, Pick 34 93.94%
2007 DeShawn Wynn Round 7, Pick 18 93.04%
2004 Quincy Wilson Round 7, Pick 18 92.12%

 

Alvin Kamara
2000 Doug Chapman Round 3, Pick 26 96.84%
2012 David Wilson Round 1, Pick 32 94.38%
2001 LaDainian Tomlinson Round 1, Pick 5 92.83%
2003 Onterrio Smith Round 4, Pick 8 92.41%
2014 Andre Williams Round 4, Pick 17 91.92%

 

 

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/AdamSchefter/posts/1425295480856422

 

The WR combine workout comparables from @numberFire and @nikbonaddio:

 

Mike Williams
2010 Eric Decker Round 3, Pick 23 97.25%
2012 Brian Quick Round 2, Pick 1 96.81%
2012 Rueben Randle Round 2, Pick 31 95.25%
2012 Tommy Streeter Round 6, Pick 28 95.16%
2008 Limas Sweed Round 2, Pick 22 94.52%

 

John Ross
2012 Ryan Broyles Round 2, Pick 22 94.26%
2013 Marquise Goodwin Round 3, Pick 16 92.25%
2006 Santonio Holmes Round 1, Pick 25 90.49%
2005 Jerome Mathis Round 4, Pick 13 89.68%
2011 Edmond Gates Round 4, Pick 14 88.94%

 

Curtis Samuel
2006 Willie Reid Round 3, Pick 31 95.56%
2009 Percy Harvin Round 1, Pick 22 94.91%
2005 Mark Clayton Round 1, Pick 22 94.90%
2006 Greg Jennings Round 2, Pick 20 94.41%
2014 Brandin Cooks Round 1, Pick 20 94.17%

 

JuJu Smith-Schuster
2003 Adrian Madise Round 5, Pick 23 97.74%
2010 Eric Decker Round 3, Pick 23 95.88%
2001 Quincy Morgan Round 2, Pick 2 95.10%
2012 Rueben Randle Round 2, Pick 31 95.07%
2008 Steve Johnson Round 7, Pick 17 95.04%

 

ArDarius Stewart
2000 Windrell Hayes Round 5, Pick 14 99.44%
2011 Ronald Johnson Round 6, Pick 17 96.52%
2003 LaTarence Dunbar Round 6, Pick 23 96.08%
2012 Justin Blackmon Round 1, Pick 5 93.85%
2002 Jake Schifino Round 5, Pick 16 93.78%

 

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/AdamSchefter/posts/1425316650854305

 

The TE combine workout comparables from @numberFire and @nikbonaddio:

 

O.J. Howard
2012 Coby Fleener Round 2, Pick 2 92.57%
2008 Gary Barnidge Round 5, Pick 6 92.47%
2010 Rob Gronkowski Round 2, Pick 10 90.23%
2007 Greg Olsen Round 1, Pick 31 90.15%
2006 Tony Scheffler Round 2, Pick 29 89.66%

 

David Njoku
2014 Austin Seferian-Jenkins Round 2, Pick 6 96.88%
2012 Michael Egnew Round 3, Pick 15 95.74%
2010 Dedrick Epps Round 7, Pick 28 91.16%
2009 Cornelius Ingram Round 5, Pick 17 89.99%
2008 Dustin Keller Round 1, Pick 30 89.98%

 

 

None of this means anything, more than likely, but it's interesting nonetheless.

Edited by Vin

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I've always compared Watson to McNabb in terms of play style, pretty neat to see their measurables are similar too.

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Prospects invited to the draft in Philly:

 

S Jamal Adams, LSU
DL Jonathan Allen, Alabama
DB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado
DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee
OT Garett Bolles, Utah
CB Gareon Conley, Ohio State
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
RB Leonard Fournette, LSU
CB Adoree' Jackson, USC
CB Kevin King, Washington
QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame
CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State
DL Malik McDowell, Michigan State
DE Takkarist McKinley, UCLA
OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin
LB Haason Reddick, Temple
OT Cam Robinson, Alabama
WR John Ross, Washington
DE Solomon Thomas, Stanford
QB Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina
QB Deshaun Watson, Clemson
CB Tre'Davious White, LSU

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Presumptive No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett will not attend the draft in person.

Garrett is opting for a party at his church. Among the players who will be in Philadelphia are quarterbacks Mitch Trubisky, Deshaun Watson and DeShone Kizer. A complete list of players attending can be found at the link below.

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No Mahomes is interesting to say the least.

 

 

Is it? Seems like Trubisky and Watson are the two most "high profile" QBs (and that's a relative term, in this class), followed by Kizer. I'm not surprised he's first man out, per say.

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Is it? Seems like Trubisky and Watson are the two most "high profile" QBs (and that's a relative term, in this class), followed by Kizer. I'm not surprised he's first man out, per say.

 

He's taken over Kizer in most media eyes lately from what I've seen, and has been established as QB3 when Kizer is QB4. I've seen buzz about him going as high as top 10, and Cardinals at 13 is becoming a very realistic landing spot, according to most people.

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I frankly don't understand where all the hype for Mahomes came from. And I thought McCaffrey had completely fallen out of the first round? Just about every mock draft I see has him going between 10-25.

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I frankly don't understand where all the hype for Mahomes came from. And I thought McCaffrey had completely fallen out of the first round? Just about every mock draft I see has him going between 10-25.

 

 

He's definitely shooting up mock draft boards, though he's still somewhat of a polarizing prospect in terms of his first-round value. In fact, Peter King polled a bunch of draftniks about where McCaffrey would go, and this is what they said:

 

Draft Analyst Pick Projection

Dan Hatman, The Scout Academy 8

Bucky Brooks, NFL Network 14

Todd McShay, ESPN 14

Mel Kiper, ESPN 14

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report 14

Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com 14

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network 15

Mike Mayock, NFL Network 16

Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus 19

 

http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2017/04/10/tony-romo-nfl-broadcaster-cbs-dallas-cowboys-peter-king

Edited by SteVo

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Did he not have Peterman on? :think:

Yeah, just saw that he did. Hasn't been uploaded to YouTube yet, but I'll post it as soon as it is.

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Guessing general player landing areas based on all the buzz I'm hearing.

 

QB

DeShone Kizer 30-45

Mitch Trubisky 2-10

Brad Kaaya 100-125

Deshaun Watson 5-15.

Patrick Mahomes 13-25.

Nathan Peterman​ 75-90.

Josh Dobbs 65-80.

Davis Webb 35-45.

 

RB

Leonard Fournette 3-8.

Dalvin Cook 25-40.

Christian McCaffrey 15-25.

Alvin Kamara 40-60.

Joe Mixon 35-45.

Curtis Samuel 40-45.

 

WR

Mike Williams 7-17.

Corey Davis 15-20.

John Ross 9-20.

Cooper Kupp 60-75.

JuJu Smith-Schuster 70-85.

 

TE

O.J. Howard 4-15.

David Njoku 17-28.

Evan Engram 35-45.

Gerald Everett 55-65.

George Kittle 65-80.

 

OT

Ryan Ramcyzk 20-35.

Garett Bolles 10-25.

Cam Robinson 25-35.

Antonio Garcia 55-75.

Roderick Johnson 55-65.

 

OG

Dan Feeney 40-55.

Taylor Moton 50-60.

Dorian Johnson 55-65.

 

C

Ethan Pocic 70-80.

Pat Elflein 65-75.

Tyler Orlosky 90-100.

 

3-4 NT

Jarron Jones 60-75.

 

4-3 DT

Caleb Brantley 40-55.

Carlos Watkins 55-65.

Larry Ogunjobi 65-75.

 

3-4 DE

Solomon Thomas 2-6.

Jonathan Allen 7-15.

Dalvin Tomlinson 50-65.

 

4-3 DE

Myles Garrett 1-2.

Derek Barnett 17-25.

DeMarcus Walker 50-65.

Taco Charlton 25-35.

Chris Wormley 45-60.

Jordan Willis 45-55.

 

3-4 OLB

Derek Rivers 60-75.

Charles Harris 15-25.

Carl Lawson 60-75.

Tim Williams 35-45.

Ryan Anderson 40-55.

Ejuan Price 95-115.

 

ILB

Haason Reddick 5-20.

Reuben Foster 9-18.

Ben Boulware 150-175.

Kendall Beckwith 75-100.

Jarrad Davis 30-45.

 

CB

Sidney Jones 50-100.

Marshon Lattimore 3-7.

Quincy Wilson 45-60.

Ahkello Witherspoon 45-55.

Teez Tabor 55-75.

Chidobe Awuzie 25-40.

Gareon Conley 20-35.

Kevin King 25-35.

Cordrea Tankersley 65-85.

Marlon Humphrey 25-45.

Fabian Moreau 50-60.

Tre'Davious White 35-45.

 

S

Budda Baker 35-45.

Obi Melifonwu 25-40.

Malik Hooker 3-7.

Jamal Adams 3-7.

Tedric Thompson 85-95.

Marcus Maye 50-65.

Lorenzo Jerome 100-115.

 

Let me know if there are any other players you want to get a general estimation on based on everything I've seen buzzed about

Edited by Chernobyl426

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All this smoke connecting Pat Mahomes to the Texans...has to be a smokescreen, right? I mean, the Texans need a QB so badly, and if Mahomeskillet is BOB's guy, why let all this information get out?

 

Unless it's a double smokescreen designed to look like a smokescreen to teams don't buy it. :ooo:

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All this smoke connecting Pat Mahomes to the Texans...has to be a smokescreen, right? I mean, the Texans need a QB so badly, and if Mahomeskillet is BOB's guy, why let all this information get out?

 

Unless it's a double smokescreen designed to look like a smokescreen to teams don't buy it. :ooo:

Yeah, it's especially weird considering that O'Brien is one of the most tight-lipped coachspeak guys in the League. He never says anything to give away his hand.

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