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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BaconGrundleCandy, Sep 15, 2019.

  1. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Rush-Edge/PTP

    Tier 1

    Chase Young / 6'5/265 - OSU


    Darrell Taylor 6'4/250 - Tennessee


    K'Lavon Chaisson 6'4/240 - LSU


    Curtis Weaver 6'3/265 - Boise St *PTP*


    Terrell Lewis 6'5/255 Alabama


    Anfernee Jennings 6'3/265 - Alabama *PTP*


    Kenny Willekes 6'4/260 Michigan St *PTP*


    Yetur Gross-Matos 6'5/260 PSU *PTP*



    Tier 2
    Nick Coe 6'5/280 - Auburn


    Jon Greenard 6'4/260 - Florida


    Khalid Kareem 6'4/265 - Notre Dame


    Alton Robinson 6'4/250 - Syracuse


    McTelvin Agim 6'3/280 - Arkansas


    Julian Okwara 6'5/240 - Notre Dame


    Jabari Zuniga 6'4/260 Florida


    Jonathan Garvin 6'4/250 Miami


    Charles Snowden 6'6/255 - Virginia


    Patrick Johnson 6'3/255 - Tulane


    LaBryan Ray 6'5/295 - Alabama


    Marlon Davidson 6'3/280 Auburn



    Tier 3
    Joshua Kaindoh 6'7/255 FSU


    Mykal Walker 6'3/225 Fresno St


    Michael Divinity 6'2/240 LSU


    Dayo Odenyingbo 6'6/265 - Vanderbilt


    Willie Taylor lll 6'4/235 - Wash St


    Carlos Basham Jr 6'5/270 - Wake Forest


    D.J. Wonnum 6'5/260 - South Carolina


    Tipa Galea'i 6'5/230 - Utah St


    Qaadir Shepard 6'3/240 - Ole Miss


    Keisean Lucier-South 6'4/235 - UCLA


    Joe Gaziano 6'4/275 Northwestern


    JaQuan Bailey 6'2/250 - Iowa St


    Joshua Kaindoh 6'7/255 FSU


    Reggie Walker 6'2/245 Kansas St


    Dayo Odenyingbo 6'6/265 - Vanderbilt


    Bradlee Anae 6'3/255 - Utah


    Christian Rector 6'4/275 USC


    Jeffrey Gunter 6'4/255 - NC State


    Kendall Coleman 6'3/265 - Syracuse


    Tomon Fox 6'3/250 - North Carolina


    Daelin Hayes 6'4/265 - Notre Dame



    Tier 4
    Big Kat Bryant 6'5/255 Auburn


    Cedric Wilcots 6'4/245 - New Mexico St

    Chauncey Golston 6'5/265 Iowa


    Ty Tyler 6'3/260 - Louisville


    Joseph Dorceus 6'/275 - Memphis


    Mike Danna 6'2/260 - Michigan

    Raymond Johnson III 6'3/240 - GA-Southern

    Trevon Hill 6'3/245 - Miami


    Chauncey Rivers 6'3/275 Miss St


    Eyioma Uwazurike 6'6/280 - Iowa St


    Eli Howard 6'4/270 - Texas Tech


    Kenneth Mann 6'3/265 - OK


    Elorm Lumor 6'3/245 - Rutgers


    Calvin Taylor Jr 6'9/300 - Kentucky


    Kirk Livingstone 6'4/260 - USF


    Willie Baker 6'3/250 - LA-Tech


    Ali Fayad 6'2/240 Western Michigan


    Nnamdi Oguayo 6'3/250 Wash St


    Victor Dimukeje 6'2/265 - Duke


    William Bradley-King 6'4/250 - Arkansas St


    Quincy Roche 6'4/235 - Temple


    Bobby Roundtree 6'5/255 - Illinois


    Alex Highsmith 6'3/244 - Charlotte


    Justin Foster 6'2/260 - Clemson


    Ladarius Hamilton 6'3/240 - North Texas


    Malcolm Roach 6'3/270 - Texas


    James Smith-Williams 6'3/265 -NC State


    Jessie Lemonier 6'3/240 - Liberty


    Fletcher Adams 6'2/265 - Miss St


    Trevis Gipson 6'4/255 - Tulsa


    Kaimana Padello 6'/215 - Hawaii
     
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    He looks bigger than 260-265? Hes an animal. Forget abt 1st off the ball. He's a step on before some (his own teammates lol) move. Enormous w that ability to dip. What a prospect.
     
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  3. Snooky97

    Snooky97 In the Starting Line-Up

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    That's freakish.. He looks like a special talent to say the least
     
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    SBLIII In the Starting Line-Up

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    Chase Young is less technique defined but he is a lot more freakish than Bosa
     
  5. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Agreed but the Bosa Bros were technicians far beyond most rookies. Young has shown good hands, ability to read some blocks, has a plan, can attack almost anywhere, knows how reduce his surface...

    Maybe slightly behind Joey & slightly ahead of Nick when you talk abt total package?

    I would've had Nick around his bro if not for his injuries.
     
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    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I put Clowney, Young, and Bosa all in the same tier coming out
     
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    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Knew I forgot someone (or 2)...Myles Garrett too

    J. Bosa>Clowney>Garrett>Young>Chubb>N. Bosa in my evaluations
     
  8. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Had these prospects as HOF/Elite
    Myles at 9.79
    Joey 9.55
    Mack 9.51
    .....High Impact
    Chubb 9.38
    Clowney 9.22
    Nick 8.74 (ACL/Injuries)

    If I was "ranking" Id probably have Nick higher. Love his game. Sometimes I get players I dont really like that much come up w good #'s & the opposite in Nicks case again bc of injuries. Love Young too. He's an animal. Looks, moves different. He stays healthy he should get some Heisman votes.
     
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    His power is so noticeable. Anytime is engaged his able to use an armbar, find the hands, lift & disengage. His ability to barrel through contact is so impressive. Combine that w his ability to jump the snap & he's on top of you w the quickness. Can play 1/2 man. Honestly not a lot he can't do. Easy eval.


     

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