BGC 2020 WR'S/PTP Thread

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captain stone

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If our first WR is a Steady Eddie type, then I would Love Quez Watkins as our field-stretching Part 2 with one of our 6th-rounders...
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Going to use this thread to talk about the upcoming 2020 WR/PTP class. Made these loose tiers based off tape/highlights, DVR, reputation & opinion. They'll change of course but I'm liking where I have the first 2 tiers.

2020 WR


Tier 1
Jerry Jeudy 6'1/190 - Alabama

Laviska Shenault 6'2/220 - Colorado

Tylan Wallace 6'/185 - OK St

Jalen Raegor 5'11/195 - TCU

Ceedee Lamb 6'2/190 - OK

Tee Higgins 6'4/210 - Clemson

Henry Ruggs III 6'/185 - Alabama

Collin Johnson 6'6/220 - Texas

Tier 2
Damonte Coxie 6'3/200 - Memphis

Van Jefferson 6'2/200 - Florida

Marquez Calloway 6'2/200 - Tenn

Tamorrian Terry 6'4/200 - FSU

Bryan Edwards 6'3/220 - South Carolina

Kendrick Rogers 6'4/210 - Texas A&M

Jauan Jennings 6'3/220 - Tenn

Tyler Vaughns 6'2/185 - USC

Donovan Peoples-Jones 6'2/210 - Michigan

Tyrie Cleveland 6'2/205 - Florida

DeVonta Smith 6'1/175 - Alabama

Demetris Robertson 6'/190 - Georgia

Michael Pittman Jr 6'4/215 - USC

Denzel Mims 6'3/210 - Baylor

T.J. Vasher 6'6/190 - Texas Tech

Aaron Fuller 5'11/185 - Wash

Josh Palmer 6'2/200 - Tennessee

Corey Sutton 6'3/205 - App St

Lee Morris 6'2/210 - OK

Darnell Mooney - 5'11/175 - Tulane

Nick Westbrook 6'3/215 - Indiana

Gabriel Davis 6'3/210 - UCF

Rico Bussey Jr 6'2/190 - North Texas

Benjamin Victor 6'4/200 - OSU

Isaiah Wright 6'220 - Temple


Tier 3
Joe Reed 6'1/215 - Virginia

Trevon Grimes 6'5/210 - Florida

Justin Jefferson 6'2/185 - LSU

Nico Collins 6'4/220 - Michigan

Randall St. Felix 6'2/205 - USF

Adrian Hardy 6'2/195 - LA-Tech

Marquez Stevenson 6'/190 - Houston

Jeremiah Holloman 6'2/200 - Georgia

Tarik Black 6'3/215 - Michigan

Kalija Lipscomb 6'1/200 - Vanderbilt

Dez Fitzpatrick 6'2/200 - Louisville

Freddie Swain 6'/200 - Florida

Ty Jones 6'4/210 - Washington

Cody White 6'3/210 - Michigan St

Antonio Gandy-Golden 6'4/220 - Liberty

A.J. Taylor 5'11/205 - Wisconsin

Isaiah Hodgins 6'4/210 - Oregon St

Quartney Davis 6'2/200 - Texas A&M

Seth Dawkins 6'3/220 - Louisville


Tier 4
Ricky Smalling 6'1/205 - Illinois

Bryson Smith - 6'190 - Houston

TreVontae Hights 6'3/195 - TCU

Marcus Simms 6'/195 - W. Virginia

Eric Kumah 6'2/225 - Old Dominion

Dillon Stoner 6'/200 - OK ST

Devin Duvernay 5'11/210 - Texas

Aaron Cephus 6'4/200 - Rice

Damon Hazelton 6'2/220 - VA Tech

Davontavean Martin 6'3/185 - Wash St

Braylon Sanders 6'/195 - Ole Miss

Isaiah Zuber 6'/185 - Kansas St

Kirk Merritt 6'/215 - Ark St

Ty Fryfogle 6'2/210 - Indiana

Frank Darby 6'/190 - ASU

Tre Nixon 6'2/180 - UCF

Reggie Roberson Jr 6'/195 - SMU

Diondre Overton 6"4\210 - Clemson

Ja’Marcus Bradley 6'1/195 - UL-Lafayette

Osirus Mitchell 6'5/210 - Miss St

Stephen Guidry 6'4/190 - Miss St

R.J. Turner 6'2/205 - Texas Tech


Tier 5
D’Wayne Eskridge 5'9/185 - Western Michigan

Juwan Johnson 6'4/225 - Oregon

Taysir Mack 6'2/195 - Pitt

Thomas Geddis 6'2/185 - Cinci

Chase Claypool 6'4/230 - Notre Dame

K.J. Osborn 6'/205 - Miami

C.J. Riley 6'4/205 - N.C. State

Johnny Johnson 6'/200 - Oregon

Josh Hammond 6'/195 - Florida

Dalton Schoen 6'1/205 - Kansas St

Hezekiah Grimsley 6'/185 - VA Tech

Lawrence Cager 6'5/220 - Georgia

Maurice Ffrench 5'11/190 - Pitt

Scotty Washington 6'5/225 - Wake Forest

T.J. Simmons 6'2/200 - West Virginia

Darnell Salomon 6'3/210 - USF

C.J. Worton 6'/185 - FIU

Jonathan Giles 6'/185 - LSU

Riley Miller 6'1/195 - Ball St

Stephen Sullivan 6'7/230 - LSU

Derrick Dillon 5'11/185 - LSU

Austin Mack 6'1/215 - OSU

Siaosi Mariner 6'2/195 - Utah St

Tyler Simmons 6'/200 - Georgia

Aaron Parker 6'2/190 - Rhode Island

John Burt 6'3/195 - Texas

Maurice Alexander 5'11/180 - FIU

Brandon Aiyuk 6'1/195 - ASU



Slot - Return/ST

Tier 1
Tyler Johnson 6'2/200 - Minnesota


Tier 2
Jeff Thomas 5'10/180 - Miami

KJ Hill 6'/200 - OSU

Lynn Bowden 6'1/195 - Kentucky

Johnathon Johnson 5'10/180 - Missouri

Kadarius Toney 5'11/190 - Florida

JD Spielman 5'9/185 - Nebraska

Chris Platt 5'11/170 - Baylor

James Proche 5'11/190 - SMU

Kanawai Noa 6'/185 - Nebraska

Trevon Bradford 6'/180 - Oregon St

Kyle Williams 5'11/180 - ASU

Amari Rodgers 5'10/215 - Clemson

Ty Lee 5'9/180 - Middle Tenn St

Shi Smith 5'10/190 - South Carolina

KJ Hamler 5'9/175 - Penn St


Tier 3
Deddrick Thomas 5'9/180 Miss St

Savon Scarver 5'11/185 - Utah St

Cedric Byrd 5'9/170 - Hawaii

Quez Watkins 6'2/190 - Southern Miss

McLane Mannix 5'9/185 - Texas Tech

Will Hastings 5'10/170 - Auburn

Dazz Newsome 5'11/185 - North Carolina

Sean Riley 5'8/170 - Syracuse

Britain Covey 5'8/170 - Utah

Jalen McCleskey 5'9/175 - Tulane

Tre Walker 5'11/175 - San Jose St

Willie Wright 5'8/155 - FAU

DJ Matthews 5'10/160 - FSU

Jaylon Redd 5'8/180 - Oregon

Malik Williams 5'10/185 - App St

Keith Mixon 5'8/185 - Miss St
Taking a quick look back at where I had some prospects a year out. I'd give myself an A here. Some are off but most are on point or just off a tier. Again this a year out.
 

captain stone

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In a draft with what is generally considered a deep - if not very, Very deep - pool of available WRs, gruff old Little Billy Notgoat chose to draft...Zero of them...ZERO...

Here's more proof that this "brain trust"(snicker) is utterly incapable of correctly identifying and selecting talent at this position: Since picking damaged-goods Mal Mitchell in 2016, these feckin clueless feckin clowns have chosen a Grand Total of...Two...WRs in...Four...years...

TWO WRs in FOUR complete feckin drafts!?!
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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In a draft with what is generally considered a deep - if not very, Very deep - pool of available WRs, gruff old Little Billy Notgoat chose to draft...Zero of them...ZERO...

Here's more proof that this "brain trust"(snicker) is utterly incapable of correctly identifying and selecting talent at this position: Since picking damaged-goods Mal Mitchell in 2016, these feckin clueless feckin clowns have chosen a Grand Total of...Two...WRs in...Four...years...

TWO WRs in FOUR complete feckin drafts!?!
I'll admit it's very perplexing. And I can see the frustration. I honestly don't know what to say besides what I did after the Dugger pick.
Bill is doing what he knows and getting ahead/replacing his defense.

Trust me there were a few guys I wanted. Not in the cards.

Maybe we get lucky next year bc it's just as good. Maybe better. Idk Capt maybe we get a nice prospect next year.
 

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