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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by midwestpatsfan, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. midwestpatsfan

    midwestpatsfan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    I totally forgot to post these over here. I have been working on some historical draft stuff and hope to use it for future draft classes, but it is helpful for this as well. Here are the articles for RB, WR, and TE

    In Depth Look At Tight End: The Past, Present, and Future | NEPatriotsDraft.com - 2017 NFL Draft

    In Depth Look At Wide Receiver: Past, Present, and Future | NEPatriotsDraft.com - 2017 NFL Draft

    In Depth Look At The Patriots Running Back Situation-Past, Present, and Future | NEPatriotsDraft.com - 2017 NFL Draft
     
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  2. long distance

    long distance Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Amazing stuff, Mike. Thank you so much for sharing.

    @TE
    I would add Ben Johnson of Kansas to your list.
    From undercl. one to watch is Tyron Wheatley of Michigan (6’5,276)

    @WR
    Lazard is intriguing . at the moment Id prefer Jake Wieneke of S Dakota St (6'3,215) in big WR cat. Jordan Villamin of Oregon St (6'5,220) is worth a look as well.
    Other seniors to consider: Deebo Samuel, Robert Foster, Jazz Peavy
    BTW - Carrington was kicked-ooff Oregon team w long list of off-fields: NFL draft prospect Darren Carrington kicked off team at Oregon

    @RB
    Chase Edmonds seems a sneaky productive dual threat in James White type of body..
     
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