Mr. Draft Brewru Contest 2019!

Mr. Draft Brewru Contest 2019!

  • Hi again, Draft Brewers! It's getting on towards the draft, and one of the silly little contests we run on here is the Draft Brewru contest (or Draft Brew Guru, if you hate portmanteaus). As last year's winner, I am not sure if I am responsible for running this year's, but I'll go ahead and do it regardless. It's a contest where we try and accurately predict some new Browns additions in the draft. Here are the game details:

    Submit a list of 8 names that you think the Browns are likely to select in the actual draft. Please give me the full names in order to avoid common surnames. Any entries with more than 8 predicted Browns picks will be disqualified.

    You do not have to select a name for each round the Browns are picking in, especially as later round picks tend to be harder to pin down. If you so desire, you can try and get all 8 picks, but the more common strategy is to cluster possibilities of the early round picks in order to improve your chances on hitting those. There are no requirements, though. You can throw out 8 second or third round names, or whatever combination you want. Winners typically only hit on around 2 or 3 predictions. (I know that I only hit on 3 picks last year when it was much easier.)

    This year, not having a first round pick will add guess work and/or homework, and likely reduce the number of right guesses. Go ahead and guess, though. There is quite a bit of info that has been published about who Dorsey might be interested in. Do some research, temper it with your own judgement, and see how you do.

    Predicted picks that end up signed by the Browns as UDFAs do not count toward your point total.

    Entries written or edited after the draft begins on Thursday, April 26th will be voided. Even thought the Browns do not have a Thursday pick right now there has been speculation that we may try to trade back into the first, so once the Commish walks to the podium the first time the contest is over. Edits to your predictions prior to the draft beginning are allowed.

    In the event of a tie, a tiebreaker will decide the winner. The tiebreaker is typically a player who has been rumored to go anywhere from early rounds to late rounds, depending on who analyzes him. This year, the tiebreaker will be Temple CB Rock Ya-Sin, for no other reason than I love the name. (Reminds me of the 80's song Rock the Casbah). Below the 8 predictions you make for Browns picks (one of which can be Ya-Sin, if you so desire), please guess the overall draft slot that Rock Ya-Sin (could also be a guest character on the Flintstones) will be taken. In the event of a tie, the entry with the Ya-Sin prediction closest to his actual selection number will be the winner.

    One last piece of advice. If you are going to enter, do some research. Last year I nailed the Genard Avery pick because I researched Dorsey, researched potential picks, and decided that Avery was just the kind of guy Dorsey would take. I absolutely should have picked Callaway. That one was way too obvious in hindsight. Prototypical Dorsey pick.

    The winner receives the honor of being known as the Draft Brewru for the entire following year. All due respect and honor due to such a prestigious title goes to said winner (i.e. not really any).

    So, get to those entries, folks! Remember, this contest is about correctly gauging whom the Browns will take, not whom you think they should take.

  • Discussion
  • I'd be more interested in a Miss Draft Brew! Anyone working on it? biggrin

  • Renell Wren
    Justin Layne
    Micheal Dogbe
    Jimmy Moreland
    Darnell Savage
    Christian Miller
    Jahlani Tavai

    Rock Ya-Sin tie breaker at 33

  • I'll bite, haven't done this since it was called King of the draft.

    In no order:

    Juan Thornhill S Va

    Marcus Green Wr La-Monroe

    Dre'mont Jones DT OH - IO St

    Trysten Hill DT UCF

    Devine Ozigbo RB Nebraska

    Sutton Smith LB UNI

    Iman Marshall CB USC

    Stephen Denmark CB Valdosta St



    Rock Ya Sin #20 to those in-bred Stoolers.

  • Darnell Savage Jr., S
    Germaine Pratt, LB
    Gerald Willis III, DT
    Jahlani Tavai, LB
    Ben Powers, C-OG
    Yodny Cajuste, OT
    Christian Miller, LB
    Isaiah Johnson Jr., CB

    Rock Ya Sin, CB, @73 to Buffalo (tie breaker). (reading/comprehension, not my strong suit)

    This post was edited by OutlawJesseJ 2 years ago

  • Here are my picks, I used our mock draft to pick players available at these picks

    49 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson FS Florida

    80 Deandre Walker OLB Georgia

    119 Isiah Johnson Cornerback Houston

    144 Cole Tracy Kicker Lsu

    155 Kingly Keke DT Texas A&M

    170 Oli Edoh RT Eldon

    189 Drew Foster OG/OT SE Missouri State

    221 Jahlani Tavai ILB Hawaii

    This post was edited by stowfan 2 years ago

  • Trevon Mullen
    Dalton Risner
    Yodny Cajuste
    Deandre Baker
    Justin Layne
    Amani Oruwariye
    Isaiah Johnson
    Amani Hooker


    This post was edited by marktroy 2 years ago

  • 1.Julian Love, CB
    2. Amani Hooker, S
    3. Jimmy Moreland, CB
    4. Trysten Hill, DT
    5.Christian Miller, LB
    6.Cole Holcomb, LB
    7.Stephen Denmark, CB
    8.Darnelll Savage, S

    Rock-Ya Sin at #41

  • 1.Justin Layne
    2.Darnell Savage
    3.Trysten Hill
    4.Germaine Pratt
    5.Christian Miller
    6.Renell Wren
    7.Blake Cashman
    8.Dionte Thompson

    Tie breaker: Rock-Ya Sin #39

    This post was edited by dekester6969 2 years ago

  • In no specific order.

    Darnell Savage S VT

    Devine Ozigbo RB Nebraska

    Elgton Jenkins C Miss. St.

    Garner Minshew QB Washington St.

    Justin Layne CB Michigan St.

    Dalton Risner OG Kansas St.

    Stephen Denmark DB Valdosta St.

    Juan Thornhill FS Virginia

    Rock #23 whoever is there.

    This post was edited by darkdawg64 2 years ago

  • Jeffery Simmons DT Miss St.

    Juan Thornhill S Virginia

    Andre Dillard OT Washington State

    Jawaan Taylor OT Florida State

    Jachai Polite Edge Florida

    Iman Marshal CB USC

    Sutton Smith OLB Northern Illinois

    Stephen Denmark, CB, Valdosta State

    Tie Break: Rock Ya Sin goes 39th

  • Trysten Hill
    Christian Miller
    Stephen Denmark
    Kahale Warring
    Jimmy Moreland
    Devine Ozigbo
    DreMont Jones
    Iman Marshall

    Rock Ya Sin goes #33

    This post was edited by bmovens 2 years ago

  • Tytus Howard
    Yodny Cajuste
    Max Sharping
    Mitch Hyatt
    Greedy Williams
    Trayvon Mullen
    Joejuan Williams
    Justin Layne

    Rock - 20

    This post was edited by LeBentley 2 years ago

  • Dre'Mont Jones
    Justin Layne
    Juan Thornhill
    Darnell Savage
    Jerry Tillery
    Christian Miller
    Greedy Williams
    David Edwards

    Rock Ya-Sin = #29

    This post was edited by FunkMastaBuck 2 years ago

  • 1 Dalton Risner OT Kansas St
    2 David Long CB Mich
    3 Maxx Crosby DE Eastern Mich
    4 Hjalte Froholdt OL Arkansas
    5 Demarcus Lodge WR Ole Miss
    6 Brett Rypien QB Boise St
    7John Cominsky DT Charleston
    8 Jamel Dean CB Auburn

    Rock ya Sin # 68

  • Jeffery Simmons
    Christian Miller
    Stephen Denmark
    Yodny Cajuste
    Trysten Hill
    Penny Hart
    Dax Raymond
    Isaiah Johnson

    Rock Ya-Sin #41

  • Rock Ya-Sin - 20 - If Pittsburgh does not get a chance to draft up to 10 as mentioned on the Watercooler, link Cooper on the pinned draft thread.

    Jeffrey Simmons
    Dre'Mont Jones
    Juan Thornhill
    Justin Layne
    Blake Cashman
    Greg Little
    Trysten Hill
    Jahlani Tavai, LB, Hawaii

    This post was edited by ramllov 2 years ago

  • 1) Juan Thornhill safety Virginia
    2) Kadar Hollman cb Toledo
    3) Dru Tranquill LB Notre dame
    4) Emanuell Hall WR Missouri
    5) Sean Bunting CB Central Michigan
    6) Julian Love CB Notre dame
    7) Justin Layne cn Michigan state
    8) MAX SCHARPING OL northen Illlinois

    Rock Yasin goes as nr 20

  • Hey look, I recognize a lot of those words. This draft is going to be hard to predict, but less entries, because less interest from Browns fans in the draft. Catch-22.

    Justin Layne
    Greedy Williams
    Lonnie Johnson
    Renell Wren
    Dalton Risner
    Greg Little
    Stephen Denmark
    Trysten Hill

    Rock Ya'Sin - 56

  • Rapscallion said... (original post)

    Hey look, I recognize a lot of those words. This draft is going to be hard to predict, but less entries, because less interest from Browns fans in the draft. Catch-22.

    Justin Layne

    Greedy Williams

    Lonnie Johnson

    Renell Wren

    Dalton Risner

    Greg Little

    Stephen Denmark

    Trysten Hill

    Rock Ya'Sin - 56

    Yup, I stole most of your instructions from last year. No need to reinvent the wheel when you nailed it last year!

  • Darnell Savage
    Juan Thornhill
    Justin Layne
    Germain Pratt
    Kahale Warring
    Chuma Edoga
    Michael Dogbe
    Stephen Denmark

    Rock Ya Sin at 28

  • I predict...
    ...that I will get them all wrong.

    So here I go:

    Rock Ya-Sin, CB
    Justin Layne, CB
    Lonnie Johnson, CB
    Amani Hooker, S
    Trysten Hill, DT
    Kaleb McGary, OT
    Tytus Howard, OT
    Tyler Roemer, OT

    Rock Ya-Sin taken with pick #40.

  • Goodell is at the podium. Contest is over. Well, except for those silly results and winners things.

  • Chidawg said... (original post)

    I'd be more interested in a Miss Draft Brew! Anyone working on it? biggrin

  • Eight players still in play. Three cheers for Miss Draft Brew!

  • Wow.... We stink...