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    2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    OLB... need
    ILB... huge need
    CB... top need

    No chance:
    Greedy Williams, LSU... top 10
    DeAndre Baker, Georgia... top 10, my favorite

    Realistic:
    Julian Love, Norte Dame
    Iman Marshall, USC
    Amani Oruwariye, Penn St.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    My favorite at this time is Kendall Sheffield, OSU. If he declares he's #1 on my wish list.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by Born2Steel View Post
    My favorite at this time is Kendall Sheffield, OSU. If he declares he's #1 on my wish list.
    Noted

    Who else? I’m thinking we go CB in R1 and R4.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by teegre View Post
    Noted

    Who else? I’m thinking we go CB in R1 and R4.
    Still too much time to predict who will go when. So many things still in motion at this point. There are some 'smaller school' guys that could fall to round 3-4 or could rise up the boards.

    Nik Needham from UTEP is a guy to watch. Kareem Orr transferred to Chattanooga from AZ State is an off the radar player. Jordan Wyatt from SMU is another guy that could be found as a mid round value.


    Mook Reynolds of VT is expected to play box safety in the NFL. Interesting guy to watch there. If Davis is staying at FS need a prospect to groom at SS maybe. Is Edmunds going to play SS or ILB? Interchangeable pieces? Some intrigue here for me.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Devin White ILB ...... would be my first round selection I think

    but this is CB thread so ....

    Julian Love ND. is probably the highest ranked Corner we have a shot at but I am not sure he is an outside Corner at the next level 5'11" -193 pounds ( which probably means he measures at the combine at 5'10" 185 pounds)

    Marshall has that size you look for .... but I am not sold on him at this point ( have not watch a ton of him yet though )
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    Have to defer the west coast DBs to you guys on that side of the big mountain. Let the east coast guys update on the ACC, IVY, and MAC. I get to see some but not enough and not consistently of any one team to 'watch' individual players. I get to see the SEC guys, AAC, Big10, Conf USA, Sunbelt, and Big12 mostly. With every team having 5-6 starter/rotational CBs that's a whole lot of players to rank.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by Born2Steel View Post
    Have to defer the west coast DBs to you guys on that side of the big mountain. Let the east coast guys update on the ACC, IVY, and MAC. I get to see some but not enough and not consistently of any one team to 'watch' individual players. I get to see the SEC guys, AAC, Big10, Conf USA, Sunbelt, and Big12 mostly. With every team having 5-6 starter/rotational CBs that's a whole lot of players to rank.
    This year, with my new position at work coupled with going back to school (post master’s degree), I have not watched much NCAA football...

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    can find game breakdowns on the net of specific players often times ... its usually how I get most of my watching done ... condensed action in isolation of the players section of the field and only plays they are involved in ... saves a ton of time ...

    that said draft breakdown being a thing of the past ( or was said to be I have not checked for any 2018 games yet ) it is going to get a whole lot tougher to find stuff esp small school kids
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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Name to watch for, Bryce Hall from Virginia.

    Last edited by BlackAndGold; 11-13-2018 at 01:28 AM.


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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Also, Kristian Fulton, Greedy's teammate may just be as talented.


    Trayvon Mullen from Clemson should be listed also. 6'2" outside corner with very good speed.


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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by Dwinsgames View Post
    can find game breakdowns on the net of specific players often times ... its usually how I get most of my watching done ... condensed action in isolation of the players section of the field and only plays they are involved in ... saves a ton of time ...

    that said draft breakdown being a thing of the past ( or was said to be I have not checked for any 2018 games yet ) it is going to get a whole lot tougher to find stuff esp small school kids
    Good advice.

    And, with my limited time, I’ll probably only focus on the players listed in this thread.

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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Just watched the Georgia - Tenn breakdown of Baker ... didn't get much to come away with there they feared him , didn't throw at him other than a timing route that he read perfectly and broke up ...
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    Re: 2019 Draft: CORNERBACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by Dwinsgames View Post
    Just watched the Georgia - Tenn breakdown of Baker ... didn't get much to come away with there they feared him , didn't throw at him other than a timing route that he read perfectly and broke up ...
    He reminds me of Deion in that teams simply leave Baker alone... they don’t even try.


    (Note: DeAndre Baker is nowhere near as talented as Deion Sanders; please, I hope that people understand what I mean.)

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