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Looking back at the numbers the following are pretty much perfect in terms of ideal Patriots measurables (40, 10 yd split, vert, 3-cone):
Swope scores better than Wheaton. I wonder if his tiny hands are a factor though.
Da'Rick Rogers almost qualifies as perfect but his 10 yard split is poor (1.67)
Marquess Wilson is also very good although his vert 34.5" is fairly average.
Maybe Quinton Patton (not so great 40 or Vert)
Justin Hunter (no 3-cone)
Tavon Austin (Poor Vert, no 3-cone)
Chris Harper (Good except his 40 time could be better)
Mark Harrison (not great 3-cone)
Harper's numbers remind me of David Givens, though without the same leg strength..
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When it comes to edge rushers, bear in mind that Chandler Jones, Bequette and Justin Francis were in the top 7 positionally at the 3-cone last year. Look for a good 3-cone before mocking an edge rusher.
Intrigued with Stedman Bailey as a value pick. While hes not that tall (5 ft 10), he has excellent measurables. Long arms (32 3/4), huge hands (9 7/8) and a good 3 cone time. In the 3rd I would take him depending on our picks beforehand.
1st Id take Patterson, Hunter or Hopkins. Doubt any of the three make it to us, maybe Hopkins. Hunter and Patterson have way too much upside to fall outside of the top 25. With Miami, Minnesota, Seattle and Houston drafting before us I would imagine Tavon and these three are off the board.
2nd Wheaton, Da'Rick Rogers (my binky), possibly Patton. I'm turned off by his vertical and 3 cone time, though.
4th Harper, M. Wilson, Rodney Smith (a bit early probably should be in that 5-7 range, very raw, cant teach his measurables or speed though)
5-7: Mark Harrison, TJ Moe (could be dominant in the slot and teams will be scared off by his 40), Josh Boyce, Conor Vernon.
Woods: his 3 cone time scared me off
T Williams: small hands, poor 3 cone, poor vert
Swope: way too small of hands otherwise great, seemed to use his body to catch the ball in the gauntlet
Goodwin: great speed but we need less gadget guys and more true WRs
Interested in lots of situational pass rushers in the middle rounds. Malicah Goodman, Cornelius Washington, Corey Lemonier, Armonty Bryant and Devin Taylor.
Goodman has good but not great explosion with vert of 31.5 and broad of 114. I was surprised by how strong he is. 26 reps with ALMOST 37 inch arms. Crazy. He could be a CJ clone with blend of length, strength and athleticism.
Washington is my favorite pure edge rusher.
Devin Taylor, didnt really hear about him until now. His measurables and performace thus far are both off the charts. 6 ft 7, 36 in arms, heavy hands. 35 inch vert (5th) and 128 in broad (tied for 1st), explosion is ridiculous. Interested in his ten yard split.
Not a DE but is anyone else really impressed with Sheldon Richardson? Not the best 40 but I bet his 10 yard split is much better. Just as athletic as Shariff Floyd, if not moreso. More explosive as his vertical was better than Floyds and his broad blew Floyds away. Theyre testing at about the same weight as well.