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Old 02-07-2019, 10:29 AM  
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Mid/Late round prospects

I'm bored, so heres another mega thread idea.


What are some later round guys everyone is seeing and or likes a little.
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:30 AM   #2
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Taylor Rapp S from Washington is one I've come across.

I think he could be a nice little player in the Sorenson mold that could save us some money. He may be too much of a LB/S hybrid but not really either to use a resource on though.
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:32 AM   #3
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Lol JFC that coffee must be working

Rapp is a day 2 prospect from everything Iíve seen. I wouldnít hesitate to pull the trigger with one of our 2nds.
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Old 02-07-2019, 10:58 AM   #4
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Rapp is a day 2 prospect from everything Iíve seen. I wouldnít hesitate to pull the trigger with one of our 2nds.
Think he'll go that early?

I was thinking round 3 or 4 for him. 2nd is a little early for my blood.
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Old 02-07-2019, 08:45 PM   #5
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You've seen most of these guys in my mocks, but this is my list to date...

DT Cortez Broughton, Cinncinnati
His teammate, Marquise Copeland, gets talked up more but I think Broughton is more disruptive and has a better get-off at the snap. He's a smaller DT at 6'2" 290, but he's quick and penetrates.

LB Ulysees Gilbert, Akron
Makes plays all over the field and has good speed and range for a linebacker. He's that safety/hybrid type of WLB but I think he's going to be solid player.

LB Chase Hanson, Utah
Alot like Gilbert and was actually a safety early on for Utah. He's better as a linebacker and is pretty much an energizer bunny out there. He has the frame to put on 15 lbs and when he does I think he can be a good WLB.

DE John Cominsky, Charleston
He isn't a flashy player but he made alot of plays despite constant double-teams at his level. Probably projects as a strong-side DE in a 4-3. Doesn't have great speed so I don't see him lining up against NFL left tackles.

CB Ryan Pulley, Arkansas
Good player on the football. Decent speed. Thicker CB and tackles pretty well. Seems to stick to his man and doesn't allow alot of separation

CB Montre Hartage, Northwestern
Similar player to Pulley. Just a solid all-around CB with solid ball skills. Neither have 4.3 speed but they get the job done.

SS Khari Willis, Michigan State
Assignment sound strong safety with decent coverage ability and is a good hitter and tackler. Definitely more of a box type though.

FS/CB Kyle Gibson, Central Florida
CFs do everything guy in the secondary, basically. Not a big guy or big hitter but he's good in coverage and was used alot over the slot.

CB/FS Kareem Orr, Chattanooga
The draft pundits, in my opinion, are rating this kid on what he was at Chattanooga instead of what he should be and that's what he was at Arizona State. This kid was the next great thing at FS when he was at ASU, an absolute stud playmaker on the rise. He had some personal issues at home so he transferred to Chattanooga where he played CB. He did well, but his competition was much lower and his true position is safety. If a team drafts him to be just that, I think he's going to be a pleasant surprise.

QB Justice Hansen, Arkansas State
Rough around the edges but has a cannon and can make every throw. Definitely a worthy #3 while he works on some fundamentals and reads.

RB Dominick Bragalone, Lehigh
I'm not one for white boys at running back because they rarely have the juice and quick twitch ability you want, but this kid is pretty good and definitely has some wheels. Solid receiver out of the backfield. Might be more of an UDFA type though.

RB Ryquell Armstead, Temple
Reminds me of two years ago when I was pounding the table for a RB that nobody wanted to give any credit to and he's pretty good (Aaron Jones). I see the same with Armstead. The guy does everything pretty damn well and yet there's guys out there like Walter that see him as a Fullback (da****?). Anyhow, his tape talks pretty loudly and he's going to make some team happy.

RB Tony Brooks-James, Oregon
This kid isn't going to be an NFL RB, period. He's 5'9" and 180 wet. He's got great speed and great hands though. He ran better routes then most of Oregon's wide receivers. I think you give this kid a shot to be a slot receiver in the NFL and he'll shine. He can also return kicks well.

FB Alec Ingold, Wisconsin
Former LB with a great mentality. Solid short-yardage runner and receiver. Reminds me alot of Anthony Sherman. He's going to be a good one in the league for the few teams that still actually use a FB.

TE Kahale Warring, San Diego State
Will need some blocking and route work, but he's a good receiver with good after the catch and he's got that attitude you want from the position.

TE Matt Sokol, Michigan State
Good blocker and ok receiver with enough speed to get open in the NFL. He needs work on routes and strength and shouldn't be a #2 right away.

OT Zach Bailey, South Carolina
Not enough quickness to stay outside in the NFL but moving back to guard would be a great fit where he has more than enough athleticism. Good strength.

OT Derwin Gray, Maryland
Also not an NFL tackle in my opinion, he'll need to move inside but he's just a big, strong dude that can maul people.

OG/C Sean Krepsz, Nevada
Better at Center than Guard but he's adept at both. A bigger lineman with good strength.

OT/C Sean Rawlings, Ole Miss
Rawlings is the type of center that Reid likes, athletic and long. He is technically proficient but needs some time in the weight room.
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Old 02-08-2019, 10:40 AM   #6
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Here's the thing about drafting QBs...

We have Mahomes and Andy Reid.

There's no reason we couldn't start turning low round QBs into higher picks, like the Patriots have done.

It's something to consider.
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Old 02-08-2019, 12:40 PM   #7
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Taylor Rapp S from Washington is one I've come across.

I think he could be a nice little player in the Sorenson mold that could save us some money. He may be too much of a LB/S hybrid but not really either to use a resource on though.
Sticking with the Huskies, there are two guys I really like that will be around in the later rounds.

The first is TE Drew Sample. An excellent blocker who also has good hands. He's basically a clone of Will Dissly who was having a great season with the Seahawks last year before getting injured. Sample had a great Senior Bowl and I saw several quotes saying he was the best TE there. Most of the projections have him going in the 4th

My favorite Husky to watch over the last couple of seasons has been MLB Ben Burr-Kirven. The guy is an absolute tackling machine who quickly diagnoses plays and can get through the blockers to blow up plays. He is also excellent in coverage. Here's a good article about his play.

The main problem with BBK, and what drops him down, is his size. He's 6'1", 222 lbs so some have him as a hybrid safety/LB but he is basically the same size as Deion Jones, who plays LB in the 4-3 Under in Atlanta, so I don't know if it will really be a problem.
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