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Old 10-20-2017, 07:39 AM  
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Who is the Chiefs first Defensive pick in the draft?

What position is needed most?

S, CB, LB, DT?

OL and WR later depending on FA of course

Prospects you like?
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Old 10-20-2017, 08:19 AM   #2
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Old 10-20-2017, 09:41 PM   #3
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I wouldn’t mind that being our first 4 picks. I wouldn’t be upset of the order

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Old 10-20-2017, 10:43 PM   #4
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Don’t know much about them, but here is a list of prospects

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1- Derwin James – (6-3, 211) – RSO – Florida State
2- Ronnie Harrison – (6-3, 214) – JR – Alabama
3- Minkah Fitzpatrick – (6-1, 202) – JR – Alabama
4- Quin Blanding – (6-2, 210) – SR – Virginia
5- Tanner Muse – (6-2, 220) – RSO – Clemson
6- Damon Webb – (5-11, 195) – SR – Ohio State
7- Jordan Whitehead – (5-11, 195) – JR – Pittsburgh
8- Armani Watts – (5-11, 205) – SR – Texas A&M
9- Marcus Allen – (6-2, 205) – SR – Penn State
10- Jessie Bates – (6-2, 195) – RSO – Wake Forest
11- Chase Hansen – (6-3, 220) – JR – Utah
12- Andrew Wingard – (6-0, 209) – JR – Wyoming
13- Todd Kelly – (5-11, 200) – SR – Tennessee
14- Brandon Bryant – (6-1, 213) – JR – Mississippi State
15- Kieron Williams – (6-1, 195) – SR – Nebraska
16- Marvell Tell – (6-2, 195) – JR – USC
17- Godwin Igwebuike – (6-0, 212) – SR – Northwestern
18- Trey Marshall – (6-0, 210) – SR – Florida State
19- Drue Tranquill – (6-2, 231) – JR – Notre Dame
20- Mike Edwards – (6-0, 200) – JR – Kentucky
21- Javon Hagan – (6-0, 211) – RSO – Ohio
22- Chucky Williams – (6-2, 216) – SR – Louisville
23- Terrell Edmunds – (6-2, 220) – JR – Virginia Tech
24- Nick Washington – (6-0, 198) – SR – Florida
25- Van Smith – (5-11, 195) – JR – Clemson
26- Tyree Robinson – (6-3, 199) – SR – Oregon
27- Donovan Wilson – (6-1, 202) – SR – Texas A&M
28- Steven Parker – (6-1, 204) – SR – Oklahoma
29- Donnie Miles – (5-11, 210) – SR – North Carolina
30- John Battle – (6-3, 201) – JR – LSU
31- Dominick Sanders – (6-0, 200) – SR – Georgia
32- Sean Chandler – (6-0, 195) – SR – Temple
33- Justin Reid – (6-1, 204) – JR – Stanford
34- Kyzir White – (6-2, 216) – SR – West Virginia
35- Chris Hawkins – (5-11, 190) – SR – USC
36- JoJo McIntosh – (6-1, 219) – JR – Washington
37- Ed Paris – (6-1, 210) – SR – LSU
38- Tray Matthews – (6-1, 209) – SR – Auburn
39- Jamar Summers – (6-0, 190) – SR – Connecticut
40- Jonathan Crawford – (6-2, 203) – JR – Indiana
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Old 10-20-2017, 10:44 PM   #5
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1- Tarvarus McFadden – (6-2, 198) – JR – Florida State
2- Denzel Ward – (5-10, 191) – JR – Ohio State
3- Jaire Alexander – (5-11, 192) – JR – Louisville
4- Iman Marshall – (6-1, 205) – JR – USC
5- Damon Arnette – (6-0, 195) – RSO – Ohio State
6- Kevin Toliver – (6-3, 204) – JR – LSU
7- Anthony Averett – (6-0, 185) – SR – Alabama
8- Donte Jackson – (5-11, 175) – JR – LSU
9- Quenton Meeks – (6-2, 197) – JR – Stanford
10- Tony Brown – (6-0, 198) – SR – Alabama
11- Deion Harris – (6-3, 180) – SR – North Dakota
12- Chris Westry – (6-4, 195) – JR – Kentucky
13- Jordan Thomas – (6-0, 185) – SR – Oklahoma
14- Greg Stroman – (6-0, 181) – SR – Virginia Tech
15- Rashard Fant – (5-10, 180) – SR – Indiana
16- Shaun Crawford – (5-9, 176) – RSO – Notre Dame
17- M.J. Stewart – (6-0, 205) – SR – North Carolina
18- Alijah Holder – (6-2, 191) – JR – Stanford
19- Juan Thornhill – (6-1, 200) – JR – Virginia
20- Joshua Kalu – (6-1, 195) – SR – Nebraska
21- Adonis Alexander – (6-3, 197) – JR – Virginia Tech
22- Carlton Davis – (6-1, 203) – JR – Auburn
23- Brandon Facyson – (6-2, 197) – SR – Virginia Tech
24- Chris Jones – (6-0, 195) – SR – Nebraska
25- Duke Dawson – (5-10, 202) – SR – Florida
26- Isaiah Oliver – (6-1, 195) – JR – Colorado
27- Heath Harding – (5-10, 190) – SR – Miami (OH)
28- Isaiah Langley – (6-0, 175) – JR – USC
29- Dee Delaney – (6-1, 193) – SR – Miami
30- Darius Phillips – (5-10, 190) – SR – Western Michigan
31- Nick Nelson – (5-11, 208) – JR – Wisconsin
32- Marcell Harris – (6-0, 208) – SR – Florida
33- Kareem Orr – (5-11, 195) – JR – Chattanooga
34- Vayante Copeland – (5-11, 190) – JR – x-Michigan State
35- Holton Hill – (6-3, 200) – JR – Texas
36- Deatrick Nichols – (5-10, 189) – SR – South Florida
37- Blace Brown – (6-0, 182) – JR – Troy
38- Aaron Davis – (6-1, 195) – SR – Georgia
39- Arrion Springs – (6-0, 205) – SR – Oregon
40- Kamrin Moore – (5-11, 200) – SR – Boston College
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Old 10-20-2017, 10:45 PM   #6
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1- Cameron Smith – (6-2, 250) – JR – USC
2- T.J. Edwards – (6-1, 244) – JR – Wisconsin
3- Shaun Dion Hamilton – (6-0, 235) – SR – Alabama
4- Micah Kiser – (6-2, 240) – SR – Virginia
5- Azeem Victor – (6-3, 231) – SR – Washington
6- Josey Jewell – (6-2, 236) – SR – Iowa
7- Leo Lewis – (6-2, 235) – RSO – Mississippi State
8- Natrez Patrick – (6-3, 234) – JR – Georgia
9- Kendall Joseph – (6-0, 230) – JR – Clemson
10- Jack Cichy – (6-2, 234) – SR – Wisconsin
11- Rashaan Evans – (6-3, 234) – SR – Alabama
12- Jason Cabinda – (6-1, 234) – SR – Penn State
13- Kenny Young – (6-1, 235) – SR – UCLA
14- Andre Smith – (6-0, 240) – JR – North Carolina
15- Jordan Jones – (6-2, 221) – JR – Kentucky
16- Donnie Alexander – (6-1, 230) – SR – LSU
17- Nick DeLuca – (6-3, 245) – SR – North Dakota State
18- Auggie Sanchez – (6-2, 245) – SR – South Florida
19- Jahlani Tavai – (6-4, 235) – JR – Hawaii
20- Bobby Okereke – (6-3, 234) – JR – Stanford
21- Quentin Poling – (6-0, 231) – SR – Ohio
22- Otaro Alaka – (6-3, 240) – JR – Texas A&M
23- Andrew Motuapuaka – (6-0, 236) – SR – Virginia Tech
24- Nyles Morgan – (6-1, 235) – SR – Notre Dame
25- Keishawn Bierria – (6-1, 223) – SR – Washington
26- Connor Strachan – (6-0, 230) – SR – Boston College
27- Genard Avery – (6-1, 255) – SR – Memphis
28- Chad Whitener – (6-0, 240) – SR – Oklahoma State
29- Ro’Derrick Hoskins – (6-3, 240) – SR – Florida State
30- Peyton Pelluer – (6-0, 225) – SR – Washington State
31- Eric Boggs – (6-3, 236) – SR – Appalachian State
32- Reggie Carter – (6-1, 230) – SR – Georgia
33- Kevin Palma – (6-2, 248) – SR – Stanford
34- Taylor Young – (5-9, 225) – SR – Baylor
35- Deshaun Davis – (5-11, 246) – SR – Auburn
36- Jermaine Carter – (6-0, 228) – SR – Maryland
37- Junior Joseph – (6-1, 242) – SR – Connecticut
38- Stacy Thomas – (6-1, 242) – SR – Louisville
39- Matthew Adams – (6-1, 237) – SR – Houston
40- Jordan Williams – (6-0, 230) – SR – East Carolina
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Old 10-21-2017, 07:33 PM   #7
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If the Chiefs pick anything but the top ILB on the board with their first pick, Veech should be fired out of a cannon directly into the goddamn sun.
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Old 10-21-2017, 09:19 PM   #8
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If the Chiefs pick anything but the top ILB on the board with their first pick, Veech should be fired out of a cannon directly into the goddamn sun.
Eh I think Eligwe is going to be a stud

Would be nice to have two thougb
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Would be nice to have two thougb
I think Ragland is a brokedick, so would like to see someone taken high to pair with Eligwe. KPL is fine if nothing pans out, but I think we can do better.

Roquon Smith with a little more beef (if we can flip Alex for a 1) and Eligwe would make a very promising duo.
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INSIDE LINEBACKER

1- Cameron Smith – (6-2, 250) – JR – USC
2- T.J. Edwards – (6-1, 244) – JR – Wisconsin
3- Shaun Dion Hamilton – (6-0, 235) – SR – Alabama
4- Micah Kiser – (6-2, 240) – SR – Virginia
5- Azeem Victor – (6-3, 231) – SR – Washington
6- Josey Jewell – (6-2, 236) – SR – Iowa
7- Leo Lewis – (6-2, 235) – RSO – Mississippi State
8- Natrez Patrick – (6-3, 234) – JR – Georgia
9- Kendall Joseph – (6-0, 230) – JR – Clemson
10- Jack Cichy – (6-2, 234) – SR – Wisconsin
11- Rashaan Evans – (6-3, 234) – SR – Alabama
12- Jason Cabinda – (6-1, 234) – SR – Penn State
13- Kenny Young – (6-1, 235) – SR – UCLA
14- Andre Smith – (6-0, 240) – JR – North Carolina
15- Jordan Jones – (6-2, 221) – JR – Kentucky
16- Donnie Alexander – (6-1, 230) – SR – LSU
17- Nick DeLuca – (6-3, 245) – SR – North Dakota State
18- Auggie Sanchez – (6-2, 245) – SR – South Florida
19- Jahlani Tavai – (6-4, 235) – JR – Hawaii
20- Bobby Okereke – (6-3, 234) – JR – Stanford
21- Quentin Poling – (6-0, 231) – SR – Ohio
22- Otaro Alaka – (6-3, 240) – JR – Texas A&M
23- Andrew Motuapuaka – (6-0, 236) – SR – Virginia Tech
24- Nyles Morgan – (6-1, 235) – SR – Notre Dame
25- Keishawn Bierria – (6-1, 223) – SR – Washington
26- Connor Strachan – (6-0, 230) – SR – Boston College
27- Genard Avery – (6-1, 255) – SR – Memphis
28- Chad Whitener – (6-0, 240) – SR – Oklahoma State
29- Ro’Derrick Hoskins – (6-3, 240) – SR – Florida State
30- Peyton Pelluer – (6-0, 225) – SR – Washington State
31- Eric Boggs – (6-3, 236) – SR – Appalachian State
32- Reggie Carter – (6-1, 230) – SR – Georgia
33- Kevin Palma – (6-2, 248) – SR – Stanford
34- Taylor Young – (5-9, 225) – SR – Baylor
35- Deshaun Davis – (5-11, 246) – SR – Auburn
36- Jermaine Carter – (6-0, 228) – SR – Maryland
37- Junior Joseph – (6-1, 242) – SR – Connecticut
38- Stacy Thomas – (6-1, 242) – SR – Louisville
39- Matthew Adams – (6-1, 237) – SR – Houston
40- Jordan Williams – (6-0, 230) – SR – East Carolina

Here are another sites prospects for LB’s

Linebackers

1. Malik Jefferson, Texas (Junior)

– Jefferson still has to show he can consistently stack and shed blocks, but nonetheless, he is still an unreal talent. With his freakish athleticism and sideline-to-sideline range, Jefferson is always around the ball making plays happen. Whether it is in coverage or run support, Jefferson’s athletic tools allow him to be in position on almost every play. His instincts are underdeveloped at this point, but as he continues to learn and develop, there is no telling how good this kid could be. He gets the slight edge over Cameron Smith because of his ceiling despite projecting as a WILL, as opposed to Smith projecting as a MIKE.

2. Cameron Smith, USC (Junior)

– The best pure linebacker in college football is Cameron Smith, period. His instincts and awareness are unparalleled at the linebacker position, as he sees plays happen before the ball is actually snapped. For Smith, the game just comes easy to him, and I think he will adjust to the next level seamlessly in terms of processing. Some question Smith’s “limited” range, but I’ve seen him make plays all over the field. Some team is going to get their next defensive captain with this guy.

3. Jerome Baker, Ohio State (Junior)

– While not the athlete Malik Jefferson is, Jerome Baker is a force to be reckoned with in zone coverage. He is smart and rangy, able to make up ground and close on ball carriers in a pinch. He also needs to get stronger in order to improve against contact, but the NFL is going to value him as a WILL and try to keep him as free as possible, highlighting his strengths.

4. Roquan Smith, Georgia (Junior)

– Roquan Smith has made quite the statement so far in 2017, dominating in nearly every game as a superb off-ball linebacker for the Bulldogs. Some are calling him the next Deion Jones with his lack of size, but excellent mobility for the position to close and cover. If he continues to make plays at his current rate this season, there is reason to believe he will fly up draft boards.

5. Shaun Dion Hamilton, Alabama (Senior)

– While overshadowed by first-round inside linebacker Reuben Foster in 2016, Shaun Dion Hamilton is the next Crimson Tide linebacker that NFL scouts are going to value highly. His instincts and power are more developed than some of the names on this list, but he is not quite the athlete of Jefferson or Baker.

The next three prospects: Josey Jewell, Azeem Victor, Tegray Scales
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CORNERBACK

1- Tarvarus McFadden – (6-2, 198) – JR – Florida State
2- Denzel Ward – (5-10, 191) – JR – Ohio State
3- Jaire Alexander – (5-11, 192) – JR – Louisville
4- Iman Marshall – (6-1, 205) – JR – USC
5- Damon Arnette – (6-0, 195) – RSO – Ohio State
6- Kevin Toliver – (6-3, 204) – JR – LSU
7- Anthony Averett – (6-0, 185) – SR – Alabama
8- Donte Jackson – (5-11, 175) – JR – LSU
9- Quenton Meeks – (6-2, 197) – JR – Stanford
10- Tony Brown – (6-0, 198) – SR – Alabama
11- Deion Harris – (6-3, 180) – SR – North Dakota
12- Chris Westry – (6-4, 195) – JR – Kentucky
13- Jordan Thomas – (6-0, 185) – SR – Oklahoma
14- Greg Stroman – (6-0, 181) – SR – Virginia Tech
15- Rashard Fant – (5-10, 180) – SR – Indiana
16- Shaun Crawford – (5-9, 176) – RSO – Notre Dame
17- M.J. Stewart – (6-0, 205) – SR – North Carolina
18- Alijah Holder – (6-2, 191) – JR – Stanford
19- Juan Thornhill – (6-1, 200) – JR – Virginia
20- Joshua Kalu – (6-1, 195) – SR – Nebraska
21- Adonis Alexander – (6-3, 197) – JR – Virginia Tech
22- Carlton Davis – (6-1, 203) – JR – Auburn
23- Brandon Facyson – (6-2, 197) – SR – Virginia Tech
24- Chris Jones – (6-0, 195) – SR – Nebraska
25- Duke Dawson – (5-10, 202) – SR – Florida
26- Isaiah Oliver – (6-1, 195) – JR – Colorado
27- Heath Harding – (5-10, 190) – SR – Miami (OH)
28- Isaiah Langley – (6-0, 175) – JR – USC
29- Dee Delaney – (6-1, 193) – SR – Miami
30- Darius Phillips – (5-10, 190) – SR – Western Michigan
31- Nick Nelson – (5-11, 208) – JR – Wisconsin
32- Marcell Harris – (6-0, 208) – SR – Florida
33- Kareem Orr – (5-11, 195) – JR – Chattanooga
34- Vayante Copeland – (5-11, 190) – JR – x-Michigan State
35- Holton Hill – (6-3, 200) – JR – Texas
36- Deatrick Nichols – (5-10, 189) – SR – South Florida
37- Blace Brown – (6-0, 182) – JR – Troy
38- Aaron Davis – (6-1, 195) – SR – Georgia
39- Arrion Springs – (6-0, 205) – SR – Oregon
40- Kamrin Moore – (5-11, 200) – SR – Boston College

Cornerbacks

1. Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State (Junior)

– If you are banking on upside, length, and the value of a cornerback who can possibly match the Mike Evans and Dez Bryant receivers of the world in the red zone, McFadden is your guy. He is a jump ball eraser. His calling card is at the LOS in Press because of his superb length, but he also has the athleticism and COD skills to mirror in off man coverage. If he continues to develop his overall game, technique, and timing, don’t be surprised if he ends up becoming a player similar to Xavier Rhodes. His upside gives him a slight edge over Alexander, but there is little to no gap because the latter is a plug and play starter inside or out.

2. Jaire Alexander, Louisville (Junior)

– My best comparison for Jaire Alexander has always been someone like Chris Harris Jr. because of his ability to play inside or out, press man, off man, and zone, despite his lack of size. His ability to change direction and transition seamlessly both laterally and vertically is what makes him so hard to shake. He is always on the hip pocket, and his calculated ball skills give him the chance to make a play at the catch point. One of the cleanest skill sets I have seen at the position in some time. Long-term durability is the question here.

3. Quenton Meeks, Stanford (Junior)

– I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Quenton Meeks is one of the smartest and most instinctive cornerbacks I have ever scouted. You can just tell how much time he spends in the film room to get better at his craft. That is the kind of football player I want on my team. His timing at the LOS in Press is inconsistent, but his length and play strength cause major disruption. In Off, he is a calculated risk taker, and his ability to anticipate makes it seem like he knows the route better than the receiver. For a player his size at 6’2, he has uncanny quickness and COD skills to stay in phase on the hip pocket. The gap between the first two and Meeks is much smaller than one might think. In fact, I would grade them as 1A, 1B and 1C.

4. Adonis Alexander, Virginia Tech (Junior)

– The freak of this cornerback class is Virginia Tech’s Adonis Alexander. At 6’3, he simply overwhelms receivers at the LOS with his elite arm length and unreal play strength. There are several plays where he either throws somebody on the ground or into the sideline, just ask Zay Jones. He is wild and impatient, as he will grab if initially beat at the LOS. He is easily baited to lunge forward, but when he gets his hands on you, the play is over. Off man coverage is predictably a struggle for Alexander, but he is a smart Zone player, especially in Cover 2 where he is able to showcase his closing speed and reactionary quickness underneath. He is the wild card of this cornerback class, and the Combine is going to be huge for his draft stock.

5. Iman Marshall, USC (Junior)

– Iman Marshall is undoubtedly one of the most talented cornerbacks in this draft class. He has all of the tools. I just want to see him put it all together. He mauls receivers in Press, but gets away with a lot of grabbing and overaggressiveness. His back to the ball skill set is near the top, as he competes at the catch point each play with his superb length and leaping ability. His long speed is questionable, but he does recover quick in both Man and Zone to get back in position. Marshall is the boom or bust prospect of this class because of his lack of consistency, but if he can put it all together, watch out.

The next three prospects: Duke Dawson, Isaiah Oliver, Carlton Davis
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Don’t know much about them, but here is a list of prospects

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1- Derwin James – (6-3, 211) – RSO – Florida State
2- Ronnie Harrison – (6-3, 214) – JR – Alabama
3- Minkah Fitzpatrick – (6-1, 202) – JR – Alabama
4- Quin Blanding – (6-2, 210) – SR – Virginia
5- Tanner Muse – (6-2, 220) – RSO – Clemson
6- Damon Webb – (5-11, 195) – SR – Ohio State
7- Jordan Whitehead – (5-11, 195) – JR – Pittsburgh
8- Armani Watts – (5-11, 205) – SR – Texas A&M
9- Marcus Allen – (6-2, 205) – SR – Penn State
10- Jessie Bates – (6-2, 195) – RSO – Wake Forest
11- Chase Hansen – (6-3, 220) – JR – Utah
12- Andrew Wingard – (6-0, 209) – JR – Wyoming
13- Todd Kelly – (5-11, 200) – SR – Tennessee
14- Brandon Bryant – (6-1, 213) – JR – Mississippi State
15- Kieron Williams – (6-1, 195) – SR – Nebraska
16- Marvell Tell – (6-2, 195) – JR – USC
17- Godwin Igwebuike – (6-0, 212) – SR – Northwestern
18- Trey Marshall – (6-0, 210) – SR – Florida State
19- Drue Tranquill – (6-2, 231) – JR – Notre Dame
20- Mike Edwards – (6-0, 200) – JR – Kentucky
21- Javon Hagan – (6-0, 211) – RSO – Ohio
22- Chucky Williams – (6-2, 216) – SR – Louisville
23- Terrell Edmunds – (6-2, 220) – JR – Virginia Tech
24- Nick Washington – (6-0, 198) – SR – Florida
25- Van Smith – (5-11, 195) – JR – Clemson
26- Tyree Robinson – (6-3, 199) – SR – Oregon
27- Donovan Wilson – (6-1, 202) – SR – Texas A&M
28- Steven Parker – (6-1, 204) – SR – Oklahoma
29- Donnie Miles – (5-11, 210) – SR – North Carolina
30- John Battle – (6-3, 201) – JR – LSU
31- Dominick Sanders – (6-0, 200) – SR – Georgia
32- Sean Chandler – (6-0, 195) – SR – Temple
33- Justin Reid – (6-1, 204) – JR – Stanford
34- Kyzir White – (6-2, 216) – SR – West Virginia
35- Chris Hawkins – (5-11, 190) – SR – USC
36- JoJo McIntosh – (6-1, 219) – JR – Washington
37- Ed Paris – (6-1, 210) – SR – LSU
38- Tray Matthews – (6-1, 209) – SR – Auburn
39- Jamar Summers – (6-0, 190) – SR – Connecticut
40- Jonathan Crawford – (6-2, 203) – JR – Indiana

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1. Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama (Junior)

– Some may slot in Fitzpatrick with the cornerback group, but I think he is much better playing forward, as opposed to with his back to the ball. From timing, tracking and overall eye discipline, he is better suited as a safety than cornerback. He has the instincts, ball skills and dynamic range that scouts look for in a deep middle player, but he also has the physicality, closing speed and run support discipline that they also look for in a box safety. Fitzpatrick is the total package.

2. Derwin James, Florida State (Junior)

– Think of Jabrill Peppers with more safety experience when you hear the name Derwin James. He is crazy athletic, but his instincts and anticipation skills are still developing. His competitive toughness and physicality leap off of the screen, and you can just tell that his spirit is contagious. James is going to be a hot commodity at the Combine for both good and bad reasons because of his athleticism and injury history.

3. Ronnie Harrison, Alabama (Junior)

– Ronnie Harrison is the prototype strong safety. With his hard hitting style, downhill explosiveness and competitive toughness, Harrison is a plug and play box player at the next level. He is likely never going to be a single-high player, but he has shown value in man coverage. I could definitely see him matching up with the league’s move tight ends at the next level. There are some who see him as a similar player to Landon Collins coming out.

4. Armani Watts, Texas A&M (Senior)

– His teammate and fellow safety Justin Evans was drafted in the second round, but I believe Armani Watts was the better player on that Texas A&M team. He can ideally play both over the top and down in the box because of his well-rounded skill set. His closing speed is unreal, but he can get a bit overaggressive, especially with his angles. In today’s NFL, the safety position is growing to be interchangeable, and Watts fits that mold.

5. Godwin Igwebuike, Northwestern (Senior)

– Godwin Igwebuike is one of my favorite players to watch on film because he brings it on every single snap. His calling card is in the deep middle as a centerfielder who can run sideline to sideline and play the ball in the air with his instincts, range and ball skills. On the other hand, he is also a reliable run defender who takes great angles and does not lunge too early on his wrap up. The Senior Bowl is going to be huge for his draft stock.

The next three prospects: Brandon Bryant, Marcus Allen, Kyzir White
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Right now it's gotta be a cover DB. We play man-to-man coverage as much as anybody and it's failed us.
Yeah, as much as I want the ILB spot taken care of CB is a more glaring problem. I think we have the bodies in KPL Ragland and Eligwe to function without DJ next year. We can put a band-aid there for now and deal with it later. CB isn't the same though, we are literally getting ass ****ed every game because of it.
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