BGC 2020 CB/PTP Thread

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BaconGrundleCandy

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Tier 1
Kristian Fulton 6'/190 - LSU


Bryce Hall 6'1/200 - Virginia


Trevon Diggs 6'2/200 - Alabama


C.J. Henderson 6'1/190 - Florida


Jeffrey Okudah 6'1/200 - OSU


Paulson Adebo 6'1/190 - Stanford


Tier 2
Jaylon Johnson 6'/190 - Utah


A.J. Green 6'1/180 - OK ST


Dayan Ghonwoloku 5'11/200 - BYU


Troy Pride Jr 6'/190 - Notre Dame


A.J. Terrell 6'2/190 - Clemson


Dane Jackson 6'/185 - Pittsburgh


Jeff Gladney 6'/185 - TCU


Cameron Dantzler 6'2/175 - Miss St


Tre Swilling 6'/195 - Georgia Tech



Tier 3
Darnay Holmes 5'10/200 - UCLA



Lavert Hill 5'11/180 - Michigan



Julian Blackmon 6'1/190 - Utah


Camryn Bynum 6'/180 - California


Myles Jones 6'3/185 - Texas A&M


Essang Bassey 5'10/190 - Wake Forest


Christian Holmes 6'1/200 - Missouri


Rashad Robinson 5'11/185 - James Madison


Stanford Samuels III 6'2/185 - FSU



Levonta Taylor 5'10/180 - FSU


John Reid 5'10/180 - PSU


Jace Whittaker 5'11/190 - Arizona


Elijah Molden 5'11/190 - Washington



Tier 4
Kindle Vildor 5'11/180 - GA - Southern


Javaris Davis 5'9/190 - Auburn


Chase Lucas 6'/175 - ASU


Damarcus Fields 6"/200 - Texas Tech


Chris Jackson 6'/190 - Marshall


Parnell Motley 6'/180 - OK


Trajan Bandy 5"9/190 - Miami


Lamar Jackson 6'3/215 - Nebraska


Brandon Sebastian 6'1/185 - BC


DeMarkus Acy 6'2/195 - Missouri


Brandon Moore 6'/185 - UCF injury


Keith Washington Jr 6'/180 - West Virginia


Isaiah Rodgers 5'10/170 - UMASS


Matt Hankins 6'1/185 - Iowa


Jaron Bryant 6'1/175 - Fresno St


Noah Igbinoghene 5'11/195 - Auburn


Damon Arnette 6'/195 - OSU


Brenton Nelson 5'11/180 - Virginia


Avery Williams 5"9/200 - Boise St


Tino Ellis 6'1/195 - Maryland


Josiah Scott 5'10/175 - Michigan St


Christopher Fredrick 5'11/195 - Syracuse


L’Jarius Sneed 6'1/190 - LA - Tech


Jalen Thompson 6'/180 - South Alabama


Rodjay Burns 6'/190 - Louisville


Ambry Thomas 6'/180 - Michigan


Alvin Davis 5'9/175 - Akron


Amik Robertson 5'9/180 - LA-Tech


Tyler Hall 5'10/190 - Wyoming


Dicaprio Bootle 5'10/190 - Nebraska


Shaun Crawford 5'9/180 - Notre Dame


Traveon Beck 5'9/160 - California


Thomas Graham Jr 5'11/190 - Oregon


Mike Hampton 6'1/170 - USF


Cam Jefferies 5'10/190 - Cincinnati


Jaylon Jones 5"11/195 - Ole Miss


Mark Gilbert 6'1/175 - Duke


Marcus Strong 5'10/185 - Wash St


Nevelle Clark 6'1/190 - UCF


DJ Williams 5'9/180 - Utah St


Tre Brown 5'10/180 - OK


Baylen Buchanan 5'11/195 - Tennessee


TJ Carter 5'11/180 - Memphis


Ajani Kerr 6'/190 - Georgia Tech


Davonte Robinson 6'2/200 - Kentucky - injury


Tre Norwood 6'/180 - OK - injury


Josh Norwood 5'10/175 - West Virginia
 

JerseyShore99

Third String But Playing on Special Teams
Ignorantly unfamiliar with most of these names

2 names I do like however are Diggs of Bama and Taylor of FSU
 

Ochmed Jones

Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
Bb needs to avoid Henderson in the second round. We have fallen for that too many times over the years.
 

Ochmed Jones

Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
It looks to me like the corner we took from Vanderbilt needs to move to safety next year.

if so, we need another corner from this draft. I sort of think the corner from Utah that just declared could do well in our defense and he should be there in the 4th round.
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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6/200 33" arms. Great size but he plays very loose. Movements don't look forced or hard. Easy mover. Very confident & comfortable in close quarters playing the ball (fade/sidelines) just attacks it like a WR. Seems like a humble kid with a lot of confidence


 

Ochmed Jones

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I will be focused on Terrell when Clemson plays LSU.

between burrows and Jefferson, we will see if Terrell is really as good as he is rated.
 

Ochmed Jones

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If we move on from j mccourty, I have seen some boards that say we should sign Poole from the Jets, but I think there are enough really good corners in this draft that we should draft a replacement for him.
 

JerseyShore99

Third String But Playing on Special Teams
If we move on from j mccourty, I have seen some boards that say we should sign Poole from the Jets, but I think there are enough really good corners in this draft that we should draft a replacement for him.
I see both twins coming back, but regardless the CB group next year will have Gilmore, Jackson, Jones, and Williams...Can't see them spending money on an FA to be buried in depth
 

Ochmed Jones

Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
The kid from Louisiana tech (I think) has some of the best tape I have seen this year. He might work for us after a red shirt year.
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Should the patriots draft him?

if so, what round?
Have to see his #'s bc he looks strictly slot next level but I like him a lot. I'd definitely take a shot rn early 3rd maybe late 2nd. Again I'm hoping his testing goes well.

+ Ball Skills 14 INT - 34 PD

+ Press skills

23 TFL 4 SK

If you like aggressive corners you probably like Robertson. Played outside but will move inside.
 

miloofcroton

On the Game Day Roster
I like Michael Ojemudia from Iowa. Stumbled on him based upon his 3 cone and checked him out. Dude has skills.

He tackles well and stays pretty tight on routes. He definitely seems like more of a Cover 3/4 corner than a guy you want in Cover 0/1 very much, but none the less, he's good at what he's good at.

 
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Wilfork#75

In the Starting Line-Up
I like Michael Ojemudia from Iowa. Stumbled on him based upon his 3 cone and checked him out. Dude has skills.

He tackles well and stays pretty tight on routes. He definitely seems like more of a Cover 3/4 corner than a guy you want in Cover 0/1 very much, but none the less, he's good at what he's good at.


Ojemudia is a guy I love as a S convert. He is excellent playing the ball in front of him and is one of the best tacklers in the draft. I think he can be our eventual McCourty replacement as a deep CF Safety.
 

sircole

Third String But Playing on Special Teams
2020 NFL Scouting Combine winners/losers: CB

Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

Bassey measured under 5-foot-10 (5-9 3/8) and his hands measured a shade under eight inches, which is well below average for his position. However, you would have never guessed his hands were on the small side given his ability to catch the ball in on-field drills. A fluid, fast (4.46 40-yard dash) athlete with some length (31-inch arms), Bassey looks like a future nickelback at the next level. His jumps were also above the norm (39-inch vertical, 10-8 broad jump).

C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
The former Gator weighed in at a solid 204 pounds in Indianapolis and yet he still managed to run a 4.39 40 (tied for third fastest among DBs). His 20 bench-press reps showed some dedication in the weight room, as well. Henderson was also the most impressive corner in on-field drills, looking smooth in transition and catching just about everything thrown his way. He needed a good day to secure a first-round selection -- and he got it.

Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame
Scouts likely were not thrilled with this former Fighting Irish defender's senior year tape. However, his work at the Senior Bowl and the combine may have helped him get back in their good graces. Pride's athleticism was on full display, both on the runway (4.40 40 at 193 pounds) and in the field drills. He made a Willie Mays-type catch on a deep throw, and was solid catching the ball all day. His fluid hips were also on display during drills.

A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson
Everyone saw Terrell struggle against LSU stud receiver Ja'Marr Chase in the national title game. However, teams should appreciate the difficult task he had that night, and he has plenty of tape to like in other contests. His combine performance should also help alleviate concerns about his game. He ran a 4.42 40 at 6-1, 195 pounds (1.49 10-yard split), which was impressive. Terrell exhibited soft hands throughout the on-field workouts, including a couple of high-pointed balls on deep throws. He let his center of gravity get too high in some transition drills, and lost his balance once. The former Tiger rebounded after that, however, to finish strong.

Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
NFL scouts like Dantzler's height (6-2) and physicality. Running a 4.64 40 at 188 pounds, however, did not help his cause. His lack of length (30 5/8-inch arms, 72 3/8 wing) was a bit surprising, as well, given his height. Dantzler was fair in his transitions and caught most of the passes thrown his way, so it wasn't a complete loss. Physicality is also one of his primary attributes, which he couldn't show here. He could end up being a good press corner in the league, but it's tough to see a team using a top-50 pick on Dantzler at this point.

Stanford Samuels, CB, Florida State
Samuels came out of Florida State as an underclassman, and was looking for a strong combine to make his case to be a top-100 pick. While he measured 6-1 and has some length (76 3/8 wing), he weighed just 187 pounds. Even with that lean frame, he couldn't break 4.65 in the 40 and he didn't really stand out enough in drills to overcome the average speed. Samuels' father got a chance as an undrafted free agent with the Colts before having a long career in the Canadian Football League. I suspect the younger Samuels will get drafted in April, but it might be later than he hoped.
 

miloofcroton

On the Game Day Roster
Ojemudia is a guy I love as a S convert. He is excellent playing the ball in front of him and is one of the best tacklers in the draft. I think he can be our eventual McCourty replacement as a deep CF Safety.
I think he might be a poor fit at FS in the current scheme. He's more linear and average in speed, whereas McCourtney is very much a change of direction guy with burner wheels.

It's hard to replace a guy like McCourtney.
 

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