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  1. Not a fan of Phillips. He seems undersized and doesn't have the athleticism to make up for that. At the NFL level he might be best as a strongside linebacker on a 4-3 team. If the Ravens grab a late round QB to compete for backup, I'd greatly prefer Zach Terrell over Beathard.
  2. I like rounds two and four there. I don't want Robinson in the first and Phillips is a reach in the third.
  3. I really like Jaleel Johnson, but I don't see him a replacement for Williams, that would probably be Pierce. Johnson would be more of a replacement (and improvement) for Jernigan if he leaves after his contract year. He could be a stud 3-4 DE. I don't think Switzer will be around in the fifth round. I'm a big fan of Marquel Lee and would happily use a midround pick on him. I'd be happy with the first four rounds of this.
  4. So, I just had Oakland give me their first, second, and third round picks to move up for Sidney Jones. If a team in the twenties did that in real life, their GM should be fired. Round 1 Pick 24 (OAK): Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana (B-) Round 2 Pick 15: Adoree' Jackson, CB, Southern California (B-) Round 2 Pick 24 (OAK): Dalvin Tomlinson, DT, Alabama (B) Round 3 Pick 14: Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee (A+) Round 3 Pick 24 (OAK): Jaleel Johnson, DT, Iowa (A-) Round 3 Pick 36 (COMP): Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State (A) Round 4 Pick 16: Dawuane Smoot, DE, Illinois (A) Round 5 Pick 15: Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland (A) Round 6 Pick 14: Justin Senior, OT, Mississippi State (B) Round 7 Pick 16: Tashawn Bower, OLB, LSU (B)
  5. Adams is one of the few guys I'd consider trading up for. He is amazing, and would be a real game changer for the Ravens.
  6. If he does really well, then perhaps he could be a good trade down target if we go back to the twenties.
  7. Well, looks like Richardson won't be a part of the Ravens' training camp again.
  8. Well, for the trade one of the options mentioned is giving Thomas for him, which isn't a bad deal. Julius Thomas hasn't been great for them, and they'll be offloading some of his salary to get a guy they can get more use out of.
  9. Marquel Lee, linebacker from Wake Forest. He has a great size, good athleticism, and really has a knack for stopping plays behind the line of scrimmage. I think he'd be going much higher had he played for someone like USC or Washington instead of Wake Forest.
  10. So, that NFLcom mock was a four round mock. They had the Ravens' draft going: 1: Jamal Adams, S, LSU 2. Dion Dawkins, G, Temple 3. Devonte Fields, OLB, Louisville 3 (comp): Demontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State 4: Kendell Beckwith, ILB, LSU Would have preferred someone else in the 4th, but I'd be fairly happy with those first three rounds.
  11. Out of the three top corners, I think he's the one most likely to slide a little just because his athleticism won't be as off the charts. One of the reasons we managed to get Jimmy Smith in the 20s. If Jones goes higher than Quincy Wilson could be the one to be there.
  12. I think there'll still be some top corners available in the low twenties. Someone like Sidney Jones.
  13. I would love that happened so much. Jamal Adams would be such a difference maker for our defense.
  14. Since I've advocated the Ravens trading back in the first I went ahead and did a first round trade in this one. In This scenario Miami gave us their first and second to go up for Barnett. This would be like an absolute best case scenario for our draft, and probably impossible. Round 1 Pick 22 (MIA): Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana (B) Round 2 Pick 15: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri (A) Round 2 Pick 22 (MIA): Adoree' Jackson, CB, Southern California (B+) Round 3 Pick 14: Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee (A+) Round 3 Pick 36: Jaleel Johnson, DT, Iowa (A-) Round 4 Pick 16: Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech (A+) Round 5 Pick 15: John Johnson, FS, Boston College (A) Round 6 Pick 14: Jalen Myrick, CB, Minnesota (B) Round 7 Pick 16: C.J. Beathard, QB, Iowa (B-)
  15. Jarron Jones is an interesting prospect that's a bit similar to Tuitt. He has times when he plays below what he should be capable of, but also flashes moments of greatness. If he plays up to his potential consistently he could be a great rotational piece for the front seven. Nazair Jones is another midrounder that looks good. He could be a really solid passrusher from the 3-4 DE position. He doesn't have huge sack numbers, but he does get a lot of pressure, and pressure up the middle is usually what causes QBs to make really bad throws.