Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by manxman2601, Apr 12, 2019.
He is a fringe 1st round talent to me.
He is appropriately named.
My surprise based on Walter Football rating for late round safeties is Lukas Denis of BC in the 2nd round. Based on BB's draft record though, it would't be much of a surprise.
TOSU’s Parris Campbell. Fastest WR at the Combine, running a 4.31. Puts a new dimension to our offense that we have lacked since Brandon Cooks’s departure.
He under performed last season—until it really counted. He put on a show against scUM, making that defense—filled with NFL talent—seem pedestrian. Go back and look at the highlights. Made Devin Bush appear slow.
Game breaker I could call him.
Make Brady happy, too.
Happy Passover or Easter, everyone!
Only 3 edge defenders have had a higher pff grade than Chase Winovich in the last six years: Myles Garrett, Nick Bosa, Joey Bosa. Imagine the potential defensive upside of getting Simmons and Winovich with the first two picks.
This is actually perfect. Chung and McCourty are getting up there in age so it'd make sense but I'd be WTFing all over the place
Drafting Devin Singletary, RB out of FAU, to replace our slow third option.
This guy is a 4.66 forty and 7+ second three cone.
But like Tom Brady in 1999, there’s more than meets the statistics. Much more.
Can’t measure heart.
John Cominsky in round 3
Post draft, what a way to kick off and nail this thread. The stories coming out makes this selection even more clear. Good call.
On the other hand, this is like almost sneezing. I had the position right, the type right, the rationale right, even the school right but ultimately I missed it. Jacobs ultimately wasn’t available, but here’s hoping things will turn out better with Harry at 32 and Harris in the 3rd than with Jacobs in the first and an outside-only big WR like Boykin in the 3rd (rather than the flexibility Harry provides).
Ha, I forgot about that. Nice.
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