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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchcoach View Post
    Just looked up BJ Hill's stats, very impressive. Better than Vea and much better than Payne. Looks like the guy was very productive.
    Yep and he moves around really well for such a big man. He ran under a 5 forty which is impressive for a 315 pound dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BipolarFan View Post
    No one likes the big rich kid?

    Guy is 6'4 almost 260 and from what I've read, still filling out his frame.

    Ran a 4.65 with ridiculous agility drill numbers.

    Read that he was like a missile to the football last year as well.

    And he's white for you conservatives and will probably never take a knee during your precious anthem.
    He has really lose hips and great change of direction skills. Beyond just his forty he is an excellent athlete. It's just hard because most fans didn't know him as a first rounder all year long. Fans are always slow to get on board with a guy who rises this late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboysrock55 View Post
    Yep and he moves around really well for such a big man. He ran under a 5 forty which is impressive for a 315 pound dude.
    And the more I read, it looks like the DT class is deeper than I thought. Apparently there's some real talent to be picked up in the 3rd round, or possibly later.

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    My draft, given these players they all picked:

    1. DT Da'Ron Payne, Alabama
    2. WR Anthony Miller, Memphis
    3. LB Malik Jackson, Texas
    4. RB Nyheim Hines, North Carolina State
    4. S Kyzir White, West Virginia
    5. QB Luke Falk, Washington State
    5. DE Tyquan Lewis, Ohio State
    6. LB Jack Cichy, Wisconsin
    6. DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State
    7. T Nick Gates, Nebraska

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    I like the big rich kid.

    He looks like Matt Jones, with production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchcoach View Post
    Just looked up BJ Hill's stats, very impressive. Better than Vea and much better than Payne. Looks like the guy was very productive.
    Hill is even better if you watch him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boozeman View Post
    My draft, given these players they all picked:

    1. DT Da'Ron Payne, Alabama
    2. WR Anthony Miller, Memphis
    3. LB Malik Jackson, Texas
    4. RB Nyheim Hines, North Carolina State
    4. S Kyzir White, West Virginia
    5. QB Luke Falk, Washington State
    5. DE Tyquan Lewis, Ohio State
    6. LB Jack Cichy, Wisconsin
    6. DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State
    7. T Nick Gates, Nebraska
    Guh

    Mine would look something like this...

    1. LB Vander Esch Boise State
    2. WR James Washington Oklahoma State
    3. S Marcus Allen Penn State
    4. RB Nyheim Hines NC State
    4. TE Ian Thomas Indiana
    5. QB Luke Falk Washington State
    5. DE Tyquan Lewis Ohio State
    6. LB Jack Cichy Wisconsin
    6. DT P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State
    7. C Tejan Koromo BYU

    And yes I realize I could have taken Tyquan Lewis in the seventh according to one guy but that just seemed like too far of a stretch to me so I didn't do it. I just don't think he will last that long to the seventh round. Anyway, that's my ideal draft while taking one player from each of those guys drafts at every pick. Literally addresses everything if you ask me. You get the safety, the LBer depth, the deep threat WR, big play RB, complete stud TE, and a legit QB prospect. You also round out the D-line with a couple of guys who I think could really help out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BipolarFan View Post
    No one likes the big rich kid?

    Guy is 6'4 almost 260 and from what I've read, still filling out his frame.

    Ran a 4.65 with ridiculous agility drill numbers.

    Read that he was like a missile to the football last year as well.

    And he's white for you conservatives and will probably never take a knee during your precious anthem.
    Stop bringing shit like this into football threads. Consider this a warning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Couchcoach View Post
    And the more I read, it looks like the DT class is deeper than I thought. Apparently there's some real talent to be picked up in the 3rd round, or possibly later.
    It is an extremely deep DT class. All the way to the 7th round kind of deep. I would even go so far as to compare it to how deep the safety class was in last year's draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iamtdg View Post
    Stop bringing shit like this into football threads. Consider this a warning.
    Now that’s one.
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