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    • Dy-nasty D

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      Rank your playmakers:

      1. Davis
      2. Howard
      3. Williams
      4. Fournette
      5. Cook
      6. Ross
      7. Njoku
      8. McCaffrey
      9. Mixon *(#5 w/out off-field incident)

    • buccnation

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      To be honest my list flip flops by the day. One day I view Fournette and Cook very highly and the next day he isn’t high on my list. As of right now I think this is my list:

      1. Davis – I think he is the best WR in this class.

      2. Howard – All around elite TE prospect.

      3. Fournette – He’s a beast and looks to be a bell cow.

      4. Cook/McCaffrey – Cook is explosive and McCaffrey is all around a very good prospect. McCaffrey could be an elite slot as well.

      5. Njoku – He reminds me of Gates so much.

      6. Engram – More of a WR to me but he is very impressive.

      7. Williams – Good prospect but IMO we need something different. Could be wrong though.

      8. Ross – If it wasn’t for all the injuries he would be higher.

    • Anonymous

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      Not sure if I would put this guy on the top of my list but over the past couple of days I’ve been doing a little homework on Hasson Reddick.  Guy looks like he could be an absolute stud at SAM.  6’1″ 240 ran a 4.5 forty, and his tape is off the charts.  Granted I doubt temple plays the stiffest of competition, but he led the nation in TFL’s.

      This guy gets AFTER the QB.  Word is that he also came into college as a corner, so cover skills are there.  The only downside is see with this guy is that he won’t be on the field every snap.  However, selecting Reddick I feel might give our front seven the biggest boost of any other D-lineman/ LB that would be available.  Also feel that this selection would alow for more creative looks, and depth at several spots on Defense.

       

      We keep talking about not having corners/safeties that match up with wide outs in our division, but I think consistent rush would help out the backend more than anything. JMO.

       

      What do you guys think?

       

    • STULAAKE

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      Harris DL

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      Williams DL

       

    • Anonymous

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      <p style=”text-align: left;”>But to the OP, I am assuming we are talking offensive playmakers:</p>
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      <p style=”text-align: left;”>1. Howard</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>2. Cook</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>3. Davis</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>4. Njoku</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>5. Fournette</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Mid rounders- no order</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Perine</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Chris Godwin</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>JJSS</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Hodges</p>
      <p style=”text-align: left;”>Brian hill</p>
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    • Pepsi

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      without off the field or injury concerns factored in:

      1. Cook
      2. John Ross
      3. Mike Williams
      4. Joe Mixon
      5. Leonard Fournette
      6. OJ Howard
      7. Curtis Samuel
      8. Corey Davis
      9. Christian McCaffery
      10. KD Cannon

      Funny how I genuinely fit KD Cannon there despite him being currently mocked as a 4th round pick. if were talking playing makers, I just cant not have him in the top 10, we’ll see on draft day/weekend what NFL teams have him ranked.

    • Detrimental

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      These are the only 6 offensive skill players I’d take in the first round.

       

      Cook

      Howard

      Fournatte

      Williams

      McCaffery

      Davis

       

    • Buc Bauce

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      I’m a huge fan of Dede Westbrook in the second!

      Grab Njoku in the first and Perine or Hunt in the 3rd and we’ve got the play makers we need.

      Then I’d go with Carlos Henderson in the 4th.

      Look out!

    • Anonymous

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      I’m confused… you can’t be a playmaker on defense?

      Myles Garrett is the number one playmaker in this draft

    • GottaJaboo

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      1. Cook
      2. Corey Davis
      3. Mike Williams
      4. Joe Mixon
      5. Leonard Fournette
      6. OJ Howard
      7. Curtis Samuel
      8. John Ross
      9. Christian McCaffery
      10. KD Cannon

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • GottaJaboo

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      I’m confused… you can’t be a playmaker on defense?

      Myles Garrett is the number one playmaker in this draft

      Myles Garrett is a nothingburger in terms of game impact. He’s a good defensive player but in terms of being a play maker he’s not of the Watt or Clowney mold. Yawn.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • spurzo

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      1. Davis
      2. Ross
      3. Williams
      4. Cook
      5. Njoku
      6. McCaffery
      7. Howard
      8. Fournette
      9. Godwin
      10. Samuel

      Mixon is #1 but I don’t think there’s any chance we take him.

    • XFactor

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      I’m a huge fan of Dede Westbrook in the second! Grab Njoku in the first and Perine or Hunt in the 3rd and we’ve got the play makers we need. Then I’d go with Carlos Henderson in the 4th. Look out!

      Agreed on Westbrook! I won’t be surprised one bit if he is the best WR to come out of this draft. His off the field issues is going to make him a steal imo.

    • CaptainStagger

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      Davis

      Cook

      Mixon

      McCaffrey

      Ross

      Fournette

      Williams

      Samuel

      Kamara

      howard

       

       

       

       

    • Anonymous

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      I’m confused… you can’t be a playmaker on defense? Myles Garrett is the number one playmaker in this draft

      Myles Garrett is a nothingburger in terms of game impact. He’s a good defensive player but in terms of being a play maker he’s not of the Watt or Clowney mold. Yawn.

      Are you just numb to being wrong so often?

    • Hayseed

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      1. Howard

      2. Cook

      3. Davis

      4. Ross

      5. McCaffery

      Any hopes of a Packer comeback died amidst a crimson wave of destruction.

    • Nobody

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      If we aren’t worrying about utility, injuries, and intangibles (which are all huge in my book), but just straight playmaking ability (moving the sticks and “explosives” as DK likes to call them…not strictly what they did in college, but what I feel will transfer to the NFL), I’d go with:

      Davis

      Ross

      Cook

      Howard

      Fournette

      McCaffrey

      Samuel

      Engram

      Njoku

      Henderson (Carlos – I feel like he may be Steve Smith)

       

      I’m not putting Mixon on this list.  I think he needs to go to an Outside Zone/Stretch offense that features a lot of “Read” plays and a lot of daylight.  If he goes to a traditional Power scheme where he is expected to run through “trash contact” or small creases at the first level, I think he’ll struggle.  I know people love him, but I feel there is a lot of boom or bust with him (I did my analysis as to why on a prior Mixon thread).

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