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Joe Thuney is a versatile offensive lineman who has played all three offensive line positions. He’s a three year starter. Here is my scouting report in Thuney. Initial Quickness: Thuney comes off the ball quickly and establishes inside hand position on first level defenders. He does a good job of   Read More ...

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Cyrus Jones was one of the five players I thought the Patriots should target in this draft. Jones is exactly what the Patriots need. An instinctive cover corner who can line up in the slot and play man coverage. At 5-10 197, Jones has the ideal size for what Belichick   Read More ...

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courtesy of nfl.com 1. Los Angeles Rams: Jared Goff, QB, Cal: Goff will start from day one. The pressure will be there but Goff has the mental toughness and physical tools to be a star. 2. Philadelphia Eagles: Carson Wentz, QB., North Dakota State: Wentz is the best quarterback in   Read More ...

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The Patriots don’t have a first round pick but they have two seconds, two three and four sixth round picks. Bill Belichick and his scouts have plenty of ammo to move around and pick the players they want. Here are five players that profile as Patriots type players that could   Read More ...

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 1. Los Angeles Rams: Jared Goff, QB Cal: The Rams moved up to this spot to draft a franchise quarterback and the Rams believe Goff can be the face of their franchise for years.  2. Philadelphia Eagles: Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State: The Eagles want a franchise quarterback, that’s   Read More ...

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1. Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, 6-5 237: I really like Carson Wentz’s size and his arm strength. He can make every throw in the playbook and his arm strength doesn’t diminish when he’s out of the pocket. Wentz is strong in the pocket. Hangs in, keeps his feet active,   Read More ...

Elliot

1. Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State, 5-11 1/2 225: Elliot runs with great power and balance. He is patient at the line of scrimmage and is a traditional one cut runner who can pick his hole, accelerate and get into the second level. Elliot is a finisher in the open field.   Read More ...

Treadwell

1. Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss, 6-2 221: I know people are hung up on Treadwell’s forty time and I know it has hurt his stock, but this kid is too good of a route runner and too polished not to be the number one receiver in this class. Sure he’s   Read More ...

Henry

1. Hunter Henry, Arkansas, 6-4 1/2 250: Henry is a bit undersized and an average blocker at best but he is a good route runner who has a feel for getting into open spaces and he can seperate after the catch. Henry is a move tight end who can be   Read More ...

NCAA FOOTBALL: OCT 17 USC at Notre Dame

1. Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss, 6-5 310: Tunsil is long and athletic. Gets out on 5 technique defensive ends quickly in the run game and can cover them up and seal them. Tunsil moves well in all four directions. He’s comfortable moving laterally and can work together with a guard   Read More ...

Whitehair

1. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State, 6-3 1/2 301: Whitehair is athletic. He moves well laterally in zone blocking schemes and when pulling. Comes off of double teams quickly and can seal a second level defender. Whitehair is a good pass blocker. Moves well laterally and can punch and recoil. He   Read More ...

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Buffalo Bills: QB, DT, WR, S Needs Breakdown: The Bills need to solve their quarterback problem long term. I know they believe in Tyrod Taylor but they need to find a long term solution at some point in this draft. Defensive tackle is truly their primary need. This year’s defensive   Read More ...

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Needs Breakdown: The Ravens have multiple needs. Defensive end is their primary need. Baltimore couldn’t get to the quarterback last season but they hope to fix that problem in this draft. The Ravens have Eugene Monroe at left tackle but he’s getting older and the Ravens wouldn’t mind acquiring his   Read More ...

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Houston Texans: WR, C, DE, S Needs Breakdown: The Texans added Brock Osweiler and Lamar Miller in free agency but they still need a wide receiver that can start opposite DeAndre Hopkins. Cecil Shorts III and Jaelen Strong don’t appear to be long term answers. With center Ben Jones leaving   Read More ...

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Denver Broncos: QB, OG, ILB, TE Needs Breakdown: The defending champs have several holes to fill in this draft. John Elway wants to acquire another quarterback but he would rather sign or trade for a veteran rather than draft a quarterback . Despite that, Denver will probably take a quarterback   Read More ...

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1. Ryan Kelly, Alabama, 6-4 311: Kelly is big for a center. He has long arms and is strong at the point of attack. He is a high I.Q player who understands fronts and the blocking schemes he’s playing in. Terrific run blocker who fits into double teams and gets   Read More ...

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1. Joey Bosa, Ohio State, 6-5 269: I really enjoy watching Bosa play. He has a big time motor and is active all along the line of scrimmage. Bosa is strong at the point of attack. He can anchor down against the run and hold the edge. He wins many   Read More ...

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1. DeForest Buckner, Oregon, 6-7 291: I really like Buckner’s size and length. He’s strong at the point of attack. He does a great job extending out on blockers, separating and getting into his pursuit angle. Buckner is a terrific interior pass rusher who wins with power and quickness. He   Read More ...

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Tom Brady learned a valuable lesson today. The NFL always win. Brady’s four game suspension was reinstated today meaning that Brady will have to serve a four game suspension to start this season. Brady can appeal the suspension and he probably will but his options are limited.  We all agree   Read More ...

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1. Reggie Ragland, Alabama, 6-1 247 Ragland is a smart, instinctive linebacker who processes his keys quickly and makes good reads. He takes good angles and gets to the ball quickly. Ragland takes good angles in coverages and he does a great job reading the quarterback, feeling the route and   Read More ...

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