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    • Natural Selection

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      I’d almost always want to trade down, but putting that aside. I would not trade up. So keep our trade up if you want or take our 8 original picks.

      1) JOK

      2) Joseph Ossai

      3) Quinn Meinerz

      4) Daviyon Nixon

      5) Hamsah Nasirildeen

      6) Trey Smith

      7) Chris Wilcox (hat tip)

      7) Cade Johnson.

      JOK was probably my favorite defender in this class to watch. Not sure where he settles in but bet he would be a special teams nightmare on coverage units. I like Ossai, but he’s the one guy I feel might have been reaching. That 3/4/5/6 would have me pumped for where I would have valued those prospects going in. Overall, stock defense and line. 7th round for special teams. Credit to our FO introducing me to Wilcox. Johnson is a shelf or two below Darden, but could help the team in similar ways.

      I am, as usual, warming up to our draft. I didn’t see one of these threads yet and am interested in how people around here would have turned in cards if given the choices. I get how a lot of people like to let the professionals handle the draft and take offense to stuff like this after the fact. Not intending to crap on Licht/BA here, just a draft nerd who’s not ready to move on just yet.

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Any player but Kyle Trask.

      Wish I was kidding.

    • BadabingBucs

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      Given how the draft fell, i probably would have selected the following

      1 – OLB Joe Tyron, Washington
      2 – DE Joseph Ossai, Texas
      3 – OL Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame
      4 – LB Tony Fields, West Virginia
      5 – C Trey Hill, Georgia
      6 – no pick, used in trade
      7 – CB Chris Wilcox, BYU
      7 – DT Marvin Wilson, Florida State

      I wasn’t a fan of the back-up QB or kick returner selections but other than that, i didnt mind the actual draft that much.

      I don’t hate on Kyle Trask; i just think Brady has 2 years starting at the very least and we could have potentially drafted a QB next year. As for the WR; i just didnt see the need with our stacked corps.

      The draft i reflected was more about getting depth on the offensive and defensive lines and we have potential replacements for Cappa, Jensen, Gholston, Suh, JPP next year; albeit if we win again this year; run it back again :)

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Given how the draft fell, i probably would have selected the following

      1 – OLB Joe Tyron, Washington
      2 – DE Joseph Ossai, Texas
      3 – OL Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame
      4 – LB Tony Fields, West Virginia
      5 – C Trey Hill, Georgia
      6 – no pick, used in trade
      7 – CB Chris Wilcox, BYU
      7 – DT Marvin Wilson, Florida State

      I wasn’t a fan of the back-up QB or kick returner selections but other than that, i didnt mind the actual draft that much.

      I don’t hate on Kyle Trask; i just think Brady has 2 years starting at the very least and we could have potentially drafted a QB next year. As for the WR; i just didnt see the need with our stacked corps.

      The draft i reflected was more about getting depth on the offensive and defensive lines and we have potential replacements for Cappa, Jensen, Gholston, Suh, JPP next year; albeit if we win again this year; run it back again :)

      Same, bruh.

      Loving this draft, sans trask. The WR im totally cool with. Needed a receiver like him. Immediately becomes our tyreek hill.

      Just will never for the life of me understand the Trask selection. The fun part is no one will know for sure if its a good pick for years. But all I know is he sure isn’t helping us this year or next! Would’ve been nice to add some idl depth, ol, or rb instead!

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