2021 Fanspeak Draft Simulator

2021 Fanspeak Draft Simulator

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  • 16. Devonta Smith WR Alabama

    48. Darius Stills DT West Virginia

    80. Monty Rice LB Georgia

    95. Big Kat Bryant EDGE Auburn

    https://www.profootballnetwork.com/mockdraft/

  • I don't know very many of these guys...

    18: R1P18
    WR RONDALE MOORE
    PURDUE
    50: R2P18
    LB DYLAN MOSES
    ALABAMA
    82: R3P18
    LB HAMILCAR RASHED JR.
    OREGON STATE
    93: R3P29
    S CADEN STERNS
    TEXAS
    121: R4P18
    DL DANTE STILLS
    WEST VIRGINIA
    123: R4P20
    G TOMMY KRAEMER
    NOTRE DAME
    160: R5P18
    EDGE JUSTIN FOSTER
    CLEMSON
    161: R5P19
    RB KYLIN HILL
    MISSISSIPPI STATE
    198: R6P18
    CB DJ DANIEL
    GEORGIA
    250: R7P26
    EDGE WILLIAM BRADLEY-KING
    BAYLOR

  • Get Micah Parsons. Do whatever it takes. Kid is a baller. May have to move into top 10, although I got him at 18. LB is fixed.

  • 18: R1P18
    EDGE QUINCY ROCHE
    MIAMI


    50: R2P18
    LB DYLAN MOSES
    ALABAMA


    82: R3P18
    S CADEN STERNS
    TEXAS


    93: R3P29
    DL ISAIAHH LOUDERMILK
    WISCONSIN


    121: R4P18
    RB TREY SERMON
    OHIO STATE


    123: R4P20
    G TOMMY KRAEMER
    NOTRE DAME


    160: R5P18
    QB SAM EHLINGER
    TEXAS


    161: R5P19
    S RICHIE GRANT
    UCF


    198: R6P18
    WR DAZZ NEWSOME
    NORTH CAROLINA


    250: R7P26
    CB AARON ROBINSON
    CENTRAL FLORIDA

    That's my uneducated 1st one. I always like to compare my 1st one and my last one.

  • Using TDN

    FWIW I dont believe Olave will make it to 79, Browning to 93, or Radunz at 145.

    15. Dylan Moses
    MLB - Alabama - 6’3 235
    He can be a game impacting Mike, had the assignment of spying Kyler Murray and succeeded so he can handle Lamar Jackson for years to come.

    47. Darius Stills
    DT - West Virginia - 6’2 290
    Small but quick, penetrates the line of scrimmage, causes havoc in the backfield. 12 TFLs and 6 sacks in 2019. Will be a 1 technique.

    79. Chris Olave
    WR - Ohio State - 6’ 185
    The next step to replacing one of OBJ/Landry and their large contracts. Big time play maker.

    93. Baron Browning
    SLB/Edge - Ohio State - 6’3 250
    11 TFLs and 5 sacks in split time with all those other OSU LBs. I expect him to blow up this season.

    111. Josh Sills
    OL - WVU/Oklahoma St - 6’6 320
    Has started at least 1 game at every spot on the OL. Will take over the RG spot or at least provide great depth.

    121. Dante Stills
    DE/DT - West Virginia - 6’4 275
    No need to split up the brothers. He had 14 TFLs and 8 sacks in 2019 and has not yet played to his potential. Will play DE with the capability of sliding to a 3 technique.

    143. James Wiggins
    SS - Cincinnati - 6'0 205
    Tore his ACL and missed the 2019 season. Was a ballhawk in 2018 as a sophomore with 4 ints and 5 pb with 1 TD.

    145. Dillon Radunz
    OT - North Dakota St - 6’6 300
    Quick and a mauler. Got just about every award possible for a FCS OL. You can never have enough OL.

    175. Ambry Thomas
    CB - Michigan - 6'0 185
    Solid sized CB with great speed, had 3 TFL, 3 INT, and 3 PB in 2019.

    207. Christian Watson
    WR - North Dakota St - 6'3 205
    Doubling up on ND St guys. Electric with the ball in his hands, gets great separation and a deep threat. A major sleeper right now.

    UDFA - RB - CJ Marable - Coastal Carolina - 5'10 190


    This post was edited by ndl54 8 months ago

  • I went 4 rounds. You couldn't script a better 1st 2 rounds than this.

    #18 - Micah Parson, LB, PSU

    #50 - Wyatt Davis, G, OSU

    #82 - Terrace Marshall, WR, LSU

    #93 - Palaie Gaoteote IV, LB, USC

    #121 - Trey Sermon, RB, OSU

    #123 - Kolby Harvell-Peel, S, Oklahoma St

  • 26: R1 P26 LB Micah Parsons - Penn State

    I didn't want to go LB here but he was ranked 13 overall and nobody on the board was within 10 of him. Getting a stud LB is never a bad thing.


    58: R2 P26 S Andre Cisco - Syracuse

    My absolute favorite safety in the draft. He can lay the wood or make the pick. nice hands for someone that hits hard.


    89: R3 P25 DL LaBryan Ray - Alabama

    Has a ton of upside. He needs to develop and stay healthy. He will be a good one if that happens.


    94: R3 P30 CB Eric Stokes - Georgia

    A tall speedy CB which is a huge need.


    108: R4 P6 S Caden Sterns - Texas

    Already better than Sendejo


    128: R4 P26 RB Trey Sermon - Ohio State

    You can never have enough good RB's


    166: R5 P25 QB Sam Ehlinger - Texas

    I think he is highly under rated. The long horns did him no justice while he was there. He would be nice to bring along slowly.


    204: R6 P25 WR Dazz Newsome - North Carolina

    A speedy WR that reminds me of Higgins


    250: R7 P28 G Sadarius Hutcherson - South Carolina

    Someone for Callahan to play with

  • 25: R1 P25 LB Micah Parsons - Penn State
    57: R2 P25 DL Jay Tufele - USC
    88: R3 P24 S Trevon Moehrig - TCU
    94: R3 P30 CB Eric Stokes - Georgia
    111: R4 P9 LB Palaie Gaoteote IV - USC
    127: R4 P25 CB Deommodore Lenoir - Oregon

    I went all defense. I think the first two picks will be starters by seasons end.

    This post was edited by SouthOfTheOlentangy 1 month ago