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Old 04-18-2016, 10:27 PM
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18-Apr Pos Name School Height Weight Rd
1 QB Jared Goff California 6' 4" 215 1
2 QB Carson Wentz N.Dakota St 6' 5 1/4" 237 1
3 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6' 5 3/4" 308 1
4 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 202 1
5 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6' 7" 310 1
6 RB Ezekial Elliot Ohio St 5' 11 3/4" 225 1
7 LBI Darron Lee Ohio St 6' 0 3/4" 232 1
8 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6' 4" 311 1
9 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 212 1
10 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6' 2" 221 1
11 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5' 10 1/4" 194 1
12 CB Vernon Hargreaves Florida 5' 10" 194 1
13 DE Bronson Kaufusi BYU 6' 6" 285 1
14 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6' 5 5/8" 301 1
15 CB William Jackson III Houston 6' 0 3/8" 189 1
16 DE Kevin Dodd Clemson 6' 5" 277 1
17 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6' 6 5/8" 244 1
18 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6' 2 7/8" 307 1
19 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6' 3 5/8" 323 1
20 DE Carl Nassib Penn St 6' 6 7/8" 277 1
21 NT Kenny Clark UCLA 6' 2 5/8" 314 1
22 NT A'Shawn Robinson Alabama 6' 3 5/8" 307 1
23 WR Corey Coleman Baylor 5' 11" 194 1
24 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6' 4 7/8" 250 2
25 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6' 3 3/4" 254 2
26 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5' 10 1/8" 215 2
27 RB Derrick Henry Alabama 6' 2 5/8" 247 2
28 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6' 4 3/8" 312 2
29 WR Will Fuller Notre Dame 6' 0 1/8" 186 2
30 LBO Shilique Calhoun Michigan St 6' 4 3/8" 251 2
31 NT Maliek Collins Nebraska 6' 1 7/8" 311 2
32 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6 '1 3/8" 309 2
33 CB Artie Burns Miami 5' 11 7/8" 193 2
34 QB Connor Cook Michigan St 6 ' 4" 217 2
35 DE Chris Jones Miss State 6' 5 3/4" 310 2
36 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6' 1 3/8" 201 2
37 OC Christian Westerman Az St 6' 3 1/8" 298 2
38 LBI Kamalei Correa Boise St 6' 2 5/8" 243 2
39 S Von Bell Ohio St 5' 11" 199 3
40 LBO Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 245 3
41 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201 3
42 S Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6 '2 1/4" 217 3
43 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6' 6" 257 3
44 S TJ Green Clemson 6' 2" 209 3
45 NT Hassan Ridgeway Texas 6' 3 3/8" 303 3
46 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6' 0 1/2" 220 3
47 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6' 5 1/8" 247 3
48 LBO Charles Tapper Oklahoma 6' 3" 271 3
49 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5' 11" 219 3
50 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6' 4 1/8" 299 3
51 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'0" 230 3
52 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194 3
53 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223 3
54 OC Graham Glasgow Michigan 6'6" 307 3
55 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 193 4
56 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 304 4
57 OG Connor McGovern Missouri 6' 4 1/4" 306 4
58 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302 4
59 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6 '3 1/2" 299 4
60 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6 '2 1/4" 226 4
61 WR Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 6' 3" 220 4
62 LBI Nick Vigil Utah St 6' 2 3/8" 239 4
63 LBI Blake Martinez Stanford 6' 1 5/8" 237 4
64 LBO James Cowser S. Utah 6 '3 1/8" 248 4
65 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6' 0 5/8" 210 4
66 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5' 9 7/8" 197 4
67 LBI Joshua Perry Ohio St 6' 3 3/4" 254 5
68 S Tyvis Powell Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 211 5
69 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6 '4 1/4" 304 5
70 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5' 10" 217 5
71 CB Anthony Brown Purdue 5' 11 1/4" 192 5
72 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6' 3 1/4" 218 5
73 QB Cody Kessler USC 6' 1" 220 5
74 LBO Yannick Ngakoue Maryland 6' 2" 252 5
75 OG Willie Beavers W Michigan 6'4 5/8" 324 5
76 TE Beau Sandland Montana St 6'4" 253 5
77 CB Jonathan Jones Auburn 5' 9 1/8" 186 5
78 WR Charone Peake Clemson 6' 2 3/8" 209 5
79 WR Cody Core Mississippi 6' 2 5/8"" 205 5
80 RB Tre Madden USC 6'0" 225 5
81 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6' 3 3/4" 231 5
82 RB Daniel Lasco California 6' 0 1/4" 209 5
83 S KJ Dillon West Va 6'0" 210 5
84 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'6" 249 6
85 LBO Dadi Nicolas Va Tech 6' 2 7/8" 235 6
86 LBO Matt Judon GrandValleySt 6'3" 275 6
87 LBO Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6' 1 1/8" 246 6
88 WR Kolby Listenbee TCU 6'0" 197 6
89 WR Jordan Payton UCLA 6' 1 1/8" 207 6
90 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'10" 203 6
91 TE Dan Vitale Northwestern 6' 1 1/8" 239 6
92 OC Joe Thuney NC State 6' 4 5/8" 304 6
93 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182 6
94 CB Tavon Young Temple 5' 9 1/8" 183 6
95 WR Trevor Davis California 6' 1 1/8" 188 6
96 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'0" 206 7
97 LBI De'Vondre Campbell Minnesota 6' 3 5/8" 232 7
98 CB Brandon Williams Texas A&M 5' 11 3/8" 197 7
99 OT Cole Toner Harvard 6' 5 1/4" 306 7
100 OG Parker Ehinger Cincinatti 6'6" 310 7
101 OG Ted Karras Illinois 6'3" 308 7
102 OG Fahn Cooper Mississippi 6'4" 303 7
103 LBO Stephen Weatherly Vanderbilt 6'4" 267 7
104 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214 7
105 TE David Morgan UTSA 6' 4 1/8" 262 7
106 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6' 2 5/8" 327 7
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Originally Posted by chuck
I'm just sitting here thinking (pacing, actually) that whatever my issues with Kubiak he is apparently a goddam genius at tutoring quarterbacks.
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Old 04-21-2016, 10:57 PM
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Default Goff and Went are probably going to go 1 and 2 so...

21-Apr Pos Name School Height Weight Rd
1 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6' 5 3/4" 308 1
2 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 202 1
3 LBI Darron Lee Ohio St 6' 0 3/4" 232 1
4 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6' 4" 311 1
5 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6' 7" 310 1
6 RB Ezekial Elliot Ohio St 5' 11 3/4" 225 1
7 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 212 1
8 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6' 2" 221 1
9 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5' 10 1/4" 194 1
10 CB Vernon Hargreaves Florida 5' 10" 194 1
11 DE Bronson Kaufusi BYU 6' 6" 285 1
12 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6' 5 5/8" 301 1
13 CB William Jackson III Houston 6' 0 3/8" 189 1
14 DE Kevin Dodd Clemson 6' 5" 277 1
15 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6' 6 5/8" 244 1
16 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6' 2 7/8" 307 1
17 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6' 3 5/8" 323 1
18 DE Carl Nassib Penn St 6' 6 7/8" 277 1
19 NT Kenny Clark UCLA 6' 2 5/8" 314 1
20 NT A'Shawn Robinson Alabama 6' 3 5/8" 307 1
21 WR Corey Coleman Baylor 5' 11" 194 1
22 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6' 4 7/8" 250 2
23 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6' 3 3/4" 254 2
24 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5' 10 1/8" 215 2
25 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6' 4 3/8" 312 2
26 WR Will Fuller Notre Dame 6' 0 1/8" 186 2
27 LBO Shilique Calhoun Michigan St 6' 4 3/8" 251 2
28 NT Maliek Collins Nebraska 6' 1 7/8" 311 2
29 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201 2
30 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6 '1 3/8" 309 2
31 CB Artie Burns Miami 5' 11 7/8" 193 2
32 QB Connor Cook Michigan St 6 ' 4" 217 2
33 DE Chris Jones Miss State 6' 5 3/4" 310 2
34 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6' 1 3/8" 201 2
35 OC Christian Westerman Az St 6' 3 1/8" 298 2
36 LBI Kamalei Correa Boise St 6' 2 5/8" 243 2
37 S Von Bell Ohio St 5' 11" 199 3
38 RB Derrick Henry Alabama 6' 2 5/8" 247 3
39 S Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6 '2 1/4" 217 3
40 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6' 6" 257 3
41 S TJ Green Clemson 6' 2" 209 3
42 NT Hassan Ridgeway Texas 6' 3 3/8" 303 3
43 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6' 0 1/2" 220 3
44 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6' 5 1/8" 247 3
45 LBO Charles Tapper Oklahoma 6' 3" 271 3
46 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5' 11" 219 3
47 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 304 3
48 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6' 4 1/8" 299 3
49 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'0" 230 3
50 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194 3
51 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223 3
52 LBO Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 245 3
53 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 193 4
54 OG Connor McGovern Missouri 6' 4 1/4" 306 4
55 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302 4
56 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6 '3 1/2" 299 4
57 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6 '2 1/4" 226 4
58 OC Graham Glasgow Michigan 6'6" 307 4
59 WR Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 6' 3" 220 4
60 LBI Nick Vigil Utah St 6' 2 3/8" 239 4
61 LBI Blake Martinez Stanford 6' 1 5/8" 237 4
62 LBO James Cowser S. Utah 6 '3 1/8" 248 4
63 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6' 0 5/8" 210 4
64 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5' 9 7/8" 197 4
65 LBI Joe Schobert Wisconsin 6' 1" 244 4
66 LBI Joshua Perry Ohio St 6' 3 3/4" 254 5
67 S Tyvis Powell Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 211 5
68 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6 '4 1/4" 304 5
69 RB Kelvin Taylor Florida 5' 10" 207 5
70 CB Anthony Brown Purdue 5' 11 1/4" 192 5
71 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5' 10" 217 5
72 DE Adam Gotsis Georgia Tech 6' 4 3/8" 287 5
73 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6' 3 1/4" 218 5
74 QB Cody Kessler USC 6' 1" 220 5
75 LBO Yannick Ngakoue Maryland 6' 2" 252 5
76 OG Willie Beavers W Michigan 6'4 5/8" 324 5
77 TE Ben Braunecker Harvard 6'3" 250 5
78 TE Beau Sandland Montana St 6'4" 253 5
79 CB Jonathan Jones Auburn 5' 9 1/8" 186 5
80 WR Charone Peake Clemson 6' 2 3/8" 209 5
81 WR Trevor Davis California 6' 1 1/8" 188 5
82 WR Cody Core Mississippi 6' 2 5/8"" 205 5
83 RB Tre Madden USC 6'0" 225 5
84 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6' 3 3/4" 231 5
85 RB Daniel Lasco California 6' 0 1/4" 209 5
86 S KJ Dillon West Va 6'0" 210 5
87 S Jayron Kearse Clemson 6' 4 1/4" 216 5
88 LBO Dadi Nicolas Va Tech 6' 2 7/8" 235 6
89 LBO Matt Judon GrandValleySt 6'3" 275 6
90 LBO Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6' 1 1/8" 246 6
91 WR Kolby Listenbee TCU 6'0" 197 6
92 WR Jordan Payton UCLA 6' 1 1/8" 207 6
93 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'10" 203 6
94 TE Dan Vitale Northwestern 6' 1 1/8" 239 6
95 OC Joe Thuney NC State 6' 4 5/8" 304 6
96 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182 6
97 CB Tavon Young Temple 5' 9 1/8" 183 6
98 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'0" 206 7
99 CB Ryan Smith NC Central 5' 11" 189 7
100 LBI De'Vondre Campbell Minnesota 6' 3 5/8" 232 7
101 CB Brandon Williams Texas A&M 5' 11 3/8" 197 7
102 QB Dalyn Williams Dartmouth 5'11" 205 7
103 OT Cole Toner Harvard 6' 5 1/4" 306 7
104 OG Parker Ehinger Cincinatti 6'6" 310 7
105 OG Ted Karras Illinois 6'3" 308 7
106 OG Fahn Cooper Mississippi 6'4" 303 7
107 LBO Stephen Weatherly Vanderbilt 6'4" 267 7
108 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214 7
109 CB Kalan Reed Southern Miss 5' 11 1/4" 192 7
110 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'6" 249 6
111 TE David Morgan UTSA 6' 4 1/8" 262 7
112 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6' 2 5/8" 327 7
113 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202 fA
114 WR Daniel Braverman W Michigan 5' 10" 177 FA
115 DE Dean Lowry Northwestern 6' 5 3/4" 296 fA
116 S Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216 fA
117 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248 FA
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Originally Posted by chuck
I'm just sitting here thinking (pacing, actually) that whatever my issues with Kubiak he is apparently a goddam genius at tutoring quarterbacks.
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Old 04-24-2016, 04:56 PM
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Default Sunday before the Draft

24-Apr Pos Name School Height Weight Rd
1 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6' 5 3/4" 308 1
2 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 202 1
3 LBI Darron Lee Ohio St 6' 0 3/4" 232 1
4 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6' 4" 311 1
5 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6' 7" 310 1
6 RB Ezekial Elliot Ohio St 5' 11 3/4" 225 1
7 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 212 1
8 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6' 2" 221 1
9 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5' 10 1/4" 194 1
10 CB Vernon Hargreaves Florida 5' 10" 194 1
11 DE Bronson Kaufusi BYU 6' 6" 285 1
12 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6' 5 5/8" 301 1
13 CB William Jackson III Houston 6' 0 3/8" 189 1
14 DE Kevin Dodd Clemson 6' 5" 277 1
15 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6' 2 7/8" 307 1
16 DE Carl Nassib Penn St 6' 6 7/8" 277 1
17 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6' 3 5/8" 323 1
18 NT Kenny Clark UCLA 6' 2 5/8" 314 1
19 NT A'Shawn Robinson Alabama 6' 3 5/8" 307 1
20 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6' 6 5/8" 244 1
21 WR Corey Coleman Baylor 5' 11" 194 1
22 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6' 4 7/8" 250 2
23 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5' 10 1/8" 215 2
24 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6' 4 3/8" 312 2
25 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6' 3 3/4" 254 2
26 WR Will Fuller Notre Dame 6' 0 1/8" 186 2
27 LBO Shilique Calhoun Michigan St 6' 4 3/8" 251 2
28 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6' 6" 257 2
29 NT Maliek Collins Nebraska 6' 1 7/8" 311 2
30 CB Artie Burns Miami 5' 11 7/8" 193 2
31 QB Connor Cook Michigan St 6 ' 4" 217 2
32 DE Chris Jones Miss State 6' 5 3/4" 310 2
33 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6' 1 3/8" 201 2
34 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201 2
35 NT Hassan Ridgeway Texas 6' 3 3/8" 303 3
36 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6 '1 3/8" 309 3
37 OC Christian Westerman Az St 6' 3 1/8" 298 3
38 S Von Bell Ohio St 5' 11" 199 3
39 RB Derrick Henry Alabama 6' 2 5/8" 247 3
40 LBI Kamalei Correa Boise St 6' 2 5/8" 243 3
41 S TJ Green Clemson 6' 2" 209 3
42 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6 '2 1/4" 226 3
43 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6' 0 1/2" 220 3
44 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194 3
45 S Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6 '2 1/4" 217 3
46 LBO Charles Tapper Oklahoma 6' 3" 271 3
47 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5' 11" 219 3
48 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 304 3
49 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6' 4 1/8" 299 3
50 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'0" 230 3
51 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223 3
52 LBO Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 245 3
53 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6' 5 1/8" 247 3
54 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 193 4
55 OG Connor McGovern Missouri 6' 4 1/4" 306 4
56 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302 4
57 LBI Nick Vigil Utah St 6' 2 3/8" 239 4
58 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6 '3 1/2" 299 4
59 WR Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 6' 3" 220 4
60 OC Graham Glasgow Michigan 6'6" 307 4
61 LBI Blake Martinez Stanford 6' 1 5/8" 237 4
62 LBO James Cowser S. Utah 6 '3 1/8" 248 4
63 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6' 0 5/8" 210 4
64 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5' 9 7/8" 197 4
65 LBI Joe Schobert Wisconsin 6' 1" 244 4
66 LBI Joshua Perry Ohio St 6' 3 3/4" 254 5
67 S Tyvis Powell Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 211 5
68 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6 '4 1/4" 304 5
69 RB Kelvin Taylor Florida 5' 10" 207 5
70 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5' 10" 217 5
71 DE Adam Gotsis Georgia Tech 6' 4 3/8" 287 5
72 CB Jonathan Jones Auburn 5' 9 1/8" 186 5
73 TE Ben Braunecker Harvard 6'3" 250 5
74 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6' 3 1/4" 218 5
75 QB Cody Kessler USC 6' 1" 220 5
76 LBO Yannick Ngakoue Maryland 6' 2" 252 5
77 CB Anthony Brown Purdue 5' 11 1/4" 192 5
78 OG Willie Beavers W Michigan 6'4 5/8" 324 5
79 WR Charone Peake Clemson 6' 2 3/8" 209 5
80 TE Beau Sandland Montana St 6'4" 253 5
81 WR Trevor Davis California 6' 1 1/8" 188 5
82 WR Cody Core Mississippi 6' 2 5/8"" 205 5
83 WR Kolby Listenbee TCU 6'0" 197 5
84 RB Tre Madden USC 6'0" 225 5
85 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6' 3 3/4" 231 5
86 RB Daniel Lasco California 6' 0 1/4" 209 5
87 S KJ Dillon West Va 6'0" 210 5
88 S Jayron Kearse Clemson 6' 4 1/4" 216 5
89 LBO Dadi Nicolas Va Tech 6' 2 7/8" 235 6
90 LBO Matt Judon GrandValleySt 6'3" 275 6
91 LBO Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6' 1 1/8" 246 6
92 WR Jordan Payton UCLA 6' 1 1/8" 207 6
93 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'10" 203 6
94 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182 6
95 CB Tavon Young Temple 5' 9 1/8" 183 6
96 TE Dan Vitale Northwestern 6' 1 1/8" 239 6
97 OC Joe Thuney NC State 6' 4 5/8" 304 6
98 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'0" 206 7
99 CB Ryan Smith NC Central 5' 11" 189 7
100 LBI De'Vondre Campbell Minnesota 6' 3 5/8" 232 7
101 CB Brandon Williams Texas A&M 5' 11 3/8" 197 7
102 QB Dalyn Williams Dartmouth 5'11" 205 7
103 OT Cole Toner Harvard 6' 5 1/4" 306 7
104 OG Parker Ehinger Cincinatti 6'6" 310 7
105 OG Ted Karras Illinois 6'3" 308 7
106 OG Fahn Cooper Mississippi 6'4" 303 7
107 LBO Stephen Weatherly Vanderbilt 6'4" 267 7
108 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214 7
109 CB Kalan Reed Southern Miss 5' 11 1/4" 192 7
110 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'6" 249 7
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Originally Posted by chuck
I'm just sitting here thinking (pacing, actually) that whatever my issues with Kubiak he is apparently a goddam genius at tutoring quarterbacks.
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Old 04-25-2016, 09:57 PM
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Calhoun, Kaufusi, Tapper, and Nassib are on ESPN's "Big Board" as 4th round picks on the "GMs Roundtable." I found that to be interesting. Will note when they are actually drafted as they are some of my favorite Edge Rushers in this draft class.
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I'm just sitting here thinking (pacing, actually) that whatever my issues with Kubiak he is apparently a goddam genius at tutoring quarterbacks.
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Old 04-27-2016, 12:07 AM
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25-Apr Pos Name School Height Weight Rd
1 OT Jack Conklin Mighigan St 6' 5 3/4" 308 1
2 LBI Darron Lee Ohio St 6' 0 3/4" 232 1
3 OC Ryan Kelly Alabama 6' 4" 311 1
4 WR Josh Doctson TCU 6'2" 202 1
5 WR Michael Thomas Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 212 1
6 CB Vernon Hargreaves Florida 5' 10" 194 1
7 NT Jarran Reed Alabama 6' 2 7/8" 307 1
8 OT Taylor Decker Ohio St 6' 7" 310 1
9 RB Ezekial Elliot Ohio St 5' 11 3/4" 225 1
10 WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss 6' 2" 221 1
11 DE Bronson Kaufusi BYU 6' 6" 285 1
12 WR Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 5' 10 1/4" 194 1
13 DE Kevin Dodd Clemson 6' 5" 277 1
14 DE Carl Nassib Penn St 6' 6 7/8" 277 1
15 OT Jason Spriggs Indiana 6' 5 5/8" 301 1
16 NT Vernon Butler La Tech 6' 3 5/8" 323 1
17 NT Kenny Clark UCLA 6' 2 5/8" 314 1
18 NT A'Shawn Robinson Alabama 6' 3 5/8" 307 1
19 WR Corey Coleman Baylor 5' 11" 194 1
20 CB William Jackson III Houston 6' 0 3/8" 189 1
21 QB Paxton Lynch Memphis 6' 6 5/8" 244 1
22 RB Kenneth Dixon La Tech 5' 10 1/8" 215 2
23 CB Artie Burns Miami 5' 11 7/8" 193 2
24 OG Joshua Garnett Stanford 6' 4 3/8" 312 2
25 RB Derrick Henry Alabama 6' 2 5/8" 247 2
26 TE Hunter Henry Arkansas 6' 4 7/8" 250 2
27 TE Austin Hooper Stanford 6' 3 3/4" 254 2
28 WR Will Fuller Notre Dame 6' 0 1/8" 186 2
29 TE Nick Vannett Ohio St 6' 6" 257 2
30 LBO Shilique Calhoun Michigan St 6' 4 3/8" 251 2
31 NT Maliek Collins Nebraska 6' 1 7/8" 311 2
32 NT Javon Hargrave S.Carolina St. 6 '1 3/8" 309 2
33 NT Hassan Ridgeway Texas 6' 3 3/8" 303 2
34 S Sean Davis Maryland 6'1" 201 2
35 QB Connor Cook Michigan St 6 ' 4" 217 2
36 DE Chris Jones Miss State 6' 5 3/4" 310 2
37 WR Braxton Miller Ohio St 6' 1 3/8" 201 2
38 S Von Bell Ohio St 5' 11" 199 2
39 LBI Kamalei Correa Boise St 6' 2 5/8" 243 2
40 OC Christian Westerman Az St 6' 3 1/8" 298 3
41 RB C.J. Prosise Notre Dame 6' 0 1/2" 220 3
42 S Miles Killebrew S. Utah 6 '2 1/4" 217 3
43 S TJ Green Clemson 6' 2" 209 3
44 QB Dak Prescott Miss State 6 '2 1/4" 226 3
45 LBO Charles Tapper Oklahoma 6' 3" 271 3
46 WR Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 5'11" 194 3
47 TE Jerell Adams S. Carolina 6' 5 1/8" 247 3
48 OC Nick Martin Notre Dame 6' 4 1/8" 299 3
49 RB Devontae Booker Utah 5' 11" 219 3
50 RB Jonathan Williams Arkansas 5'11" 223 3
51 LBO Kyler Fackrell Utah St 6'5" 245 3
52 OG Connor McGovern Missouri 6' 4 1/4" 306 3
53 CB Maurice Canady Virginia 6'1" 193 3
54 LBI Nick Vigil Utah St 6' 2 3/8" 239 3
55 DE Matt Ioannidis Temple 6 '3 1/2" 299 3
56 OT Joe Haeg North Dakota St 6'6" 304 3
57 OT Kyle Murphy Stanford 6'7" 302 4
58 WR Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 6' 3" 220 4
59 RB Jordan Howard Indiana 6'0" 230 4
60 OC Graham Glasgow Michigan 6'6" 307 4
61 LBI Blake Martinez Stanford 6' 1 5/8" 237 4
62 LBO James Cowser S. Utah 6 '3 1/8" 248 4
63 RB Kenyan Drake Alabama 6' 0 5/8" 210 4
64 CB Cyrus Jones Alabama 5' 9 7/8" 197 4
65 LBI Joe Schobert Wisconsin 6' 1" 244 4
66 LBI Joshua Perry Ohio St 6' 3 3/4" 254 5
67 OG Joe Dahl Wash St 6 '4 1/4" 304 5
68 TE Ben Braunecker Harvard 6'3" 250 5
69 WR Charone Peake Clemson 6' 2 3/8" 209 5
70 RB Alex Collins Arkansas 5' 10" 217 5
71 S Tyvis Powell Ohio St 6' 2 3/4" 211 5
72 QB Cody Kessler USC 6' 1" 220 5
73 TE Beau Sandland Montana St 6'4" 253 5
74 WR Trevor Davis California 6' 1 1/8" 188 5
75 QB Kevin Hogan Stanford 6' 3 1/4" 218 5
76 CB Anthony Brown Purdue 5' 11 1/4" 192 5
77 OG Willie Beavers W Michigan 6'4 5/8" 324 5
78 LBO Yannick Ngakoue Maryland 6' 2" 252 5
79 DE Adam Gotsis Georgia Tech 6' 4 3/8" 287 5
80 WR Cody Core Mississippi 6' 2 5/8"" 205 5
81 WR Kolby Listenbee TCU 6'0" 197 5
82 RB Kelvin Taylor Florida 5' 10" 207 5
83 CB Jonathan Jones Auburn 5' 9 1/8" 186 5
84 S KJ Dillon West Va 6'0" 210 5
85 LBO Dadi Nicolas Va Tech 6' 2 7/8" 235 5
86 RB Tre Madden USC 6'0" 225 5
87 QB Jacoby Brissett NC State 6' 3 3/4" 231 5
88 RB Daniel Lasco California 6' 0 1/4" 209 5
89 S Jayron Kearse Clemson 6' 4 1/4" 216 5
90 LBO Matt Judon GrandValleySt 6'3" 275 6
91 LBO Victor Ochi Stony Brook 6' 1 1/8" 246 6
92 WR Jordan Payton UCLA 6' 1 1/8" 207 6
93 RB Aaron Green TCU 5'10" 203 6
94 TE Dan Vitale Northwestern 6' 1 1/8" 239 6
95 OC Joe Thuney NC State 6' 4 5/8" 304 6
96 CB Tavon Young Temple 5' 9 1/8" 183 6
97 CB Brandon Williams Texas A&M 5' 11 3/8" 197 6
98 CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana St 6'0" 182 6
99 CB Ryan Smith NC Central 5' 11" 189 6
100 WR Aaron Burbridge Michigan St 6'0" 206 7
101 OT Cole Toner Harvard 6' 5 1/4" 306 7
102 OG Parker Ehinger Cincinatti 6'6" 310 7
103 OG Fahn Cooper Mississippi 6'4" 303 7
104 OG Ted Karras Illinois 6'3" 308 7
105 LBO Stephen Weatherly Vanderbilt 6'4" 267 7
106 WR Jay Lee Baylor 6'2" 214 7
107 CB Kalan Reed Southern Miss 5' 11 1/4" 192 7
108 TE Tyler Higbee Western Ky 6'6" 249 7
109 LBI Tyler Matakevich Temple 6' 0 1/8" 238 7
110 NT D.J. Reader Clemson 6' 2 5/8" 327 7
111 QB Dalyn Williams Dartmouth 5'11" 205 7
112 LBI De'Vondre Campbell Minnesota 6' 3 5/8" 232 7
113 S Kevin Byard MidTenn St 5'11" 216 7
114 WR Daniel Braverman W Michigan 5' 10" 177 7
115 TE David Morgan UTSA 6' 4 1/8" 262 7
116 WR Paul McRoberts SE Misouri St 6'2" 202 fA
117 DE Dean Lowry Northwestern 6' 5 3/4" 296 fA
118 TE Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 6'3" 248 FA
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Okay, so I feel like my board is 'set' and I can look forward to the draft tomorrow. And I sit down in front of my t.v. and listen to Mike Mayock unveil his mock draft. I'm feeling confident that I'm getting Conklin, Lee, Kelly, or Doctson and wouldn't you know it....they are all off the board at #22. So, my top guy is WR Michael Thomas. Laquon Treadwell is drafted #23 by the Vikings. Other players I have with 1st round grades who remain undrafted by pick #32 are: DE Bronson Kaufusi, WR Sterling Shepard, DE Carl Nassib, OT Jason Spriggs, NT Vernon Butler, and NT Kenny Clark. So, I'm willing to look for a trade that the Texans can slide down at the most 7 spots and pick up some extra picks in the 2nd, 3rd, and/or 4th rounds.
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If I had to stay at #22, I'd take Butler in this scenario but I'd rather trade down. If this played out, and the Broncos wanted Connor Cook, I'd offer them our #22 for their #31 and their 31st pick in the third.

BTW, not buying the Broncos taking a S in the first round. 65-70% sure they take the best QB on the board and, if not, it will be an OL or a DL.
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Roy, I know you were all over Dak Prescott from the early draft process. It's just preseason but you look like a genius so far. He's been great against the scrubs and it looks like he'll get a chance to be great against real NFL players as Romo is hurt again for anywhere from a day to the rest of the year (depending on if you ask Jerry Jones or a doctor).
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Roy, I know you were all over Dak Prescott from the early draft process. It's just preseason but you look like a genius so far. He's been great against the scrubs and it looks like he'll get a chance to be great against real NFL players as Romo is hurt again for anywhere from a day to the rest of the year (depending on if you ask Jerry Jones or a doctor).
Since Romo got hurt on like the third play Prescott played against their ones for quite a while. I hate to say it because, you know, Cowboys, but the guy is playing out of his mind.
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Since Romo got hurt on like the third play Prescott played against their ones for quite a while. I hate to say it because, you know, Cowboys, but the guy is playing out of his mind.
It would be hard to swallow if the Cowboys foolishly bet on "4 more years of health" for Romo (Jones' words), only to have Prescott fall in their laps and bail them out.
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I felt like he reminded me of Steve McNair. He improved from being just a running QB to be a more well-rounded QB who improved his touch and accuracy. But what impressed me the most was his leadership at Mississippi State. He put them on the map and carried them on his shoulders. He was not overwhelmed at the Senior Bowl and actually impressed me again. The only RED Flag was the DUI before the draft. I knew that would drop his draft status. Being behind Romo, I thought he would get some playing time, but didn't believe that he would be the starting QB in week one. I am definitely not a Cowboys fan, but I will be watching to see Dak develop.
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I realized that I love Dak's game more than Draft Scouts. So, if I can wait until the 3rd round to get the guy I want, then I can save my 2nd round pick for a player who will not last to the third. There's a certain amount of gamesmanship when making a draft board. I have guys that I really like and I have to maximize the opportunity to select as many as possible. Perhaps CBS Sportsline has players like Prescott, Kenyan Drake, Aaron Green, Matt Ioannidis, Blake Martinez, D.J. Reader, Miles Killebrew, Jacoby Brissett, Kevin Hogan, and Jayron Kearse too low or I am rating them too high. We shall know more after the Combine.
Sometimes I just outsmart myself. Another reason I dropped Dak was because we signed Brock Osweiler, and I don't believe that this coaching staff would be a great fit for Dak
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It would be hard to swallow if the Cowboys foolishly bet on "4 more years of health" for Romo (Jones' words), only to have Prescott fall in their laps and bail them out.
That seems to be exactly what happened.
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Watching the Patriots tonight and noted Joe Thuney and Ted Karras are starting. A couple of My Guys I targeted later in the draft.
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I had Nassib #14 & Green #43. I wish that the Colts would take a look at my draft board. Nassib would have been nice in the 2nd round. Sorry, but scoring 35 points and still losing makes me perturbed.
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Dak Prescott is having a pretty nice little rookie season. As My Colts are starting Tolzien against the Steelers, it would have been nice to see him playing with Andrew Luck out. I am also of the opinion that it would have been better to have drafted Dak in the 3rd round instead of signing Brock Osweiler as a Free Agent here in Houston.
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Dak Prescott is having a pretty nice little rookie season. As My Colts are starting Tolzien against the Steelers, it would have been nice to see him playing with Andrew Luck out. I am also of the opinion that it would have been better to have drafted Dak in the 3rd round instead of signing Brock Osweiler as a Free Agent here in Houston.
So Roy - how did the whole league (including Dallas) miss it on Prescott, even Dallas didn't draft him until very late in the 4th round with their second of two 4th round picks ?
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The whole league missed out on Dak Prescott for a couple of reasons. I would have to believe that the DUI he got right before the draft didn't do him any favors. Then, there was the Tim Tebow bias against him since he was running the same show with Tebow's ex-offensive coordinator. Teams didn't feel like the college success would translate into the NFL. Still I was surprised to see that the Patriots selected Jacoby Brissett before Prescott in the draft. I had Brissett as a plan B if Prescott went early in the draft. All I knew was that Dak improved every year with his paasing, and turned around the Mississippi State program and had them ranked. Every time I saw him play he exuded confidence and leadership. Not the fake motivation, but actual passion and his teammates followed him. I knew he was a project, but I loved his demeanor and work ethic to bet on his continued success.
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The whole league missed out on Dak Prescott for a couple of reasons. I would have to believe that the DUI he got right before the draft didn't do him any favors. Then, there was the Tim Tebow bias against him since he was running the same show with Tebow's ex-offensive coordinator. Teams didn't feel like the college success would translate into the NFL. Still I was surprised to see that the Patriots selected Jacoby Brissett before Prescott in the draft. I had Brissett as a plan B if Prescott went early in the draft. All I knew was that Dak improved every year with his paasing, and turned around the Mississippi State program and had them ranked. Every time I saw him play he exuded confidence and leadership. Not the fake motivation, but actual passion and his teammates followed him. I knew he was a project, but I loved his demeanor and work ethic to bet on his continued success.
Turns out 4th rounder Prescott is not a project but rather a ready to go NFL starter his rookie year. It would seem a better example of a project is #1 overall Goff with the Rams. I think the truth is hardly nobody can successfully evaluate college QBs re their NFL potential.
And just look at what "QB guru" Bill O'Brien missed in his first Draft with his second round pick: Derrick Carr, Garralo (spell?) Bridgewater.
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