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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:46 pm 
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If we're watching RBs, Derrius Guice might be better than Fournette.

Second best back in the country after Saquon Barkley.




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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:48 pm 
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Thought it last season as well, and nothing ive seen so far has changed my opinion this season.
Sam Darnold is Ben Roethlisberger v2.0


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 10:22 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:26 pm 
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Riley Ferguson had a fantastic game vs UCLA today.

23/38 396 yards 6 TD 1 INT.

32 TD/10 INT last year. If he keeps playing like this he'll shoot up the boards. I know he was a top 10 QB prospect, which would give us a shot at him, but I could see him being one of the first 3 off the board with more games like this.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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They're thinking is Bell exits and plays elsewhere. Notice where they have the Steelers picking? 8-)

32. Pittsburgh Steelers
Ronald Jones II, RB, USC. Let's say the Steelers don't meet Le'Veon Bell's contract demands during the 2018 offseason, and their star runner walks. That'd leave a huge hole in the backfield for Pittsburgh. While not as big as Bell, Jones II has similar game-breaking ability and has proven he can run effectively between the tackles. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/new ... placement/

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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RB from Air Force named Timothy McVey.......spelled differently but parents.....wtf were you thinking?

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:22 am 
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Add Cody Thompson WR Toledo to your watch list.

4 straight 100 yard games to start the season. Lead the nation in YPC 2 years ago and was a 1000 yd + last year.

6'2" 210, runs very well and is a combat catcher. The best WR not named Corey Davis I've seen in the MAC recently.

He'll test well, and end up in the 3rd round range next year.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 9:08 am 
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Add Cody Thompson WR Toledo to your watch list.

4 straight 100 yard games to start the season. Lead the nation in YPC 2 years ago and was a 1000 yd + last year.

6'2" 210, runs very well and is a combat catcher. The best WR not named Corey Davis I've seen in the MAC recently.

He'll test well, and end up in the 3rd round range next year.

I think he's a similar player to Cooper Kupp who was drafted by the Rams in this past draft.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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Add Cody Thompson WR Toledo to your watch list.

4 straight 100 yard games to start the season. Lead the nation in YPC 2 years ago and was a 1000 yd + last year.

6'2" 210, runs very well and is a combat catcher. The best WR not named Corey Davis I've seen in the MAC recently.

He'll test well, and end up in the 3rd round range next year.

I think he's a similar player to Cooper Kupp who was drafted by the Rams in this past draft.


Agree. They are basically the same player, almost identical height/weight, speed, hands, etc. Kupp was an early 3rd rounder, right about where I think Thompson will go.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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OLB Scales for Indiana has impressed me in the two games I've seen him, very active good speed. Tackles everything and can cover. Potential later round ILB.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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OLB Scales for Indiana has impressed me in the two games I've seen him, very active good speed. Tackles everything and can cover. Potential later round ILB.

Unless he's trying to tackle Saquon Barkley eh? Hahaha


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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OLB Scales for Indiana has impressed me in the two games I've seen him, very active good speed. Tackles everything and can cover. Potential later round ILB.

Unless he's trying to tackle Saquon Barkley eh? Hahaha

The only play Barkley made him look bad was on that crazy catch and run. The rest of the day he ran down Barkley and McSorley all over the field.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:32 pm 
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SP wrote:
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OLB Scales for Indiana has impressed me in the two games I've seen him, very active good speed. Tackles everything and can cover. Potential later round ILB.

Unless he's trying to tackle Saquon Barkley eh? Hahaha

The only play Barkley made him look bad was on that crazy catch and run. The rest of the day he ran down Barkley and McSorley all over the field.

I agree with you SP, he'd be a great later round guy. The only thing he lacks physicality; I'd like to see him be more sudden when tackling. I think right now he is a Round 4 guy who can continue to work his way up draft boards.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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Jahlani Tavai LB Hawaii

He does things that will leave you speechless on the football field

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:42 pm 
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So much for Cody Thompson

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:51 pm 
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So much for Cody Thompson


You think thats a career ender ?

It could push him down draft wise i would think ?


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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So much for Cody Thompson


You think thats a career ender ?

It could push him down draft wise i would think ?



No, not a career ender. Sucks, because he is genuinely a good guy. Rolled up after a 32 yard catch on the opening drive. Air cast and cart....season over.

Sounds like he is hoping to be ready for the combine and draft process.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:53 am 
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Scouts from JAX, IND, KC, PIT, TB, ATL, MIA, DET, NO, NYJ, LAC & EDM (CFL) scheduled to attend Wyoming-Boise State. https://twitter.com/BlogAndTackle/statu ... erbacks%2F


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#NotreDame-USC seating chart includes reps from 14 NFL teams including the GMs of the Bills, Titans, Steelers, Colts and Bears. #NDInsider
https://twitter.com/TJamesNDI/status/92 ... erbacks%2F



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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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I was impressed with A.J. Green CB Ok St. yesterday. To bad he is only a Soph.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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Scouts from JAX, IND, KC, PIT, TB, ATL, MIA, DET, NO, NYJ, LAC & EDM (CFL) scheduled to attend Wyoming-Boise State. https://twitter.com/BlogAndTackle/statu ... erbacks%2F


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#NotreDame-USC seating chart includes reps from 14 NFL teams including the GMs of the Bills, Titans, Steelers, Colts and Bears. #NDInsider
https://twitter.com/TJamesNDI/status/92 ... erbacks%2F



Hmmm....


QB is far and away our biggest need going forward. Glad to see we're out scouting the top prospects. QB, TE, S. RB would be a huge need if they don't bring back Bell as well.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 7:40 am 
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Darnold's stock is plummeting. He may stay in school another year.

Josh Allen has a strong arm, but doesn't look like a future NFL QB to me. Stayed up and watched most of the Boise game. Nothing overly impressive to me.

I'll probably get flamed for this, but right now I really like Baker Mayfield. I like Lamar Jackson as well, but he won't be in their range to draft. I was a Luke Falk fan, but he's fallen apart badly in the past 3 weeks.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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Charles Demarr wrote:
Darnold's stock is plummeting. He may stay in school another year.

Josh Allen has a strong arm, but doesn't look like a future NFL QB to me. Stayed up and watched most of the Boise game. Nothing overly impressive to me.

I'll probably get flamed for this, but right now I really like Baker Mayfield. I like Lamar Jackson as well, but he won't be in their range to draft. I was a Luke Falk fan, but he's fallen apart badly in the past 3 weeks.


Baker reminds me of Drew Brees a lot. Just very competitive. He even has a pretty good element of streakiness to him like Brees. But Brees rarely has entire games where he sucks. Baker needs to level out his suck streaks and then he can be a pretty decent NFL QB. Maybe not quite Brees level, but I wouldn't be surprised.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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baker is intresting but still like Falk.
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Darnold's stock is plummeting. He may stay in school another year.

Josh Allen has a strong arm, but doesn't look like a future NFL QB to me. Stayed up and watched most of the Boise game. Nothing overly impressive to me.

I'll probably get flamed for this, but right now I really like Baker Mayfield. I like Lamar Jackson as well, but he won't be in their range to draft. I was a Luke Falk fan, but he's fallen apart badly in the past 3 weeks.


Baker reminds me of Drew Brees a lot. Just very competitive. He even has a pretty good element of streakiness to him like Brees. But Brees rarely has entire games where he sucks. Baker needs to level out his suck streaks and then he can be a pretty decent NFL QB. Maybe not quite Brees level, but I wouldn't be surprised.


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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What about the OK State qb?


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 Post subject: Re: Your Way Too Early Prospect Watch for 2018
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Dallas Goedert is getting a big push up boards

He is a nice sized Te at 6-6 255
He is expected to run sub 4.6
Big soft hands

I am not a fan because he is never asked to block.

He reminds me of Jimmy Graham...More useless than taste buds on a asshole in the run game

This years TE crop could be real interesting

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