Post Senior Bowl from PFF - Adding Position Breakdowns

Post Senior Bowl from PFF - Adding Position Breakdowns

  • Two sets of rankings posted in the last 24 hrs.

    Post Senior Bowl Top 100:

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-pff-top-100-big-board-update

    Post Senior Bowl Position Rankings (10 per position):

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-position-rankings

  • Discussion
  • Thanks!

    The transition from Cleveland Browns changes at their front office and filling their coaching staff to getting into the player procurement and the 2020 NFL Draft should conclude in the next seven to ten days.

    The listing of the top ten per groups is sweet.

  • More positions just added.

    Interior OL:

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-position-rankings-interior-offensive-linemen

    A guy who looks interesting for scheme fit and further growth (age 20) is Cesar Ruiz of Michigan.

    TE:

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-position-rankings-tight-ends

    Looks thin - especially for guys who can be effective as an in-line blocker.

    WR:

    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-position-rankings-wide-receivers

    10 WRs in their top 40 draft prospects. Therefore an attractive talent will more than likely be available at a point the Browns would consider a developmental WR.

  • The depth of these WRs gives me hope we can land Claypool in the 3rd or 4th round.

    Ditto Thaddeus Moss in a later round.

    Neither are the greatest athletes, but their hands, Claypools size, and Moss’ blocking ability are big needs that can be filled without using high picks.

    A couple of real football players that add toughness and mismatch potential along the LOS.

    This post was edited by marktroy 11 months ago

  • marktroy said... (original post)The depth of these WRs gives me hope we can land Claypool in the 3rd or 4th round. Ditto Thaddeus Moss in a later round. Neither are the greatest a...

    Claypool is a nice player - good size and great hands. Moss had a great year too.

    Surprised by some of the stacking - Akeem Davis-Gaither over Kenneth Murray, Josh Jones over Mekhi Becton, Zack Moss over D’Andre Swift.

    Not that I'm some expert in college football but I've been seeing these names staack the other way so it's worth digging deeper to see what PFF is seeing.

  • Im not as high on Becton as others. Id be very concerned drafting a project with a potential weight issue at 10.

    The size is intriguing of course, but if he gets to the combine at 370 and sloppy he could hit the skids as Orlando Brown Jr did.

  • How much do you want it matters as much as physical traits. Dont really see a clear superstar piece at ten. There are a number of decent players but no one who stands out. It may be a boom or bust type pick rather than a good player for the browns who still need a talent boost more than just another piece.

  • marktroy said... (original post)The depth of these WRs gives me hope we can land Claypool in the 3rd or 4th round. Ditto Thaddeus Moss in a later round. Neither are the greatest a...

    I like Claypool but I've got wood for some AGG Antonio Gandy-Golden.

  • I’ll check him out, not familiar yet.

  • The Browns have wasted lots of draft capital on head cases, receivers who drop balls, defensive players that can't tackle, OL who can't block and generally, players who are not nearly as fast, athletic, mature or diligent as they need to be to make the NFL let alone flourish.

    The Browns picked two great kickers last year and had a coach who developed them.

    The Browns need to look more closely at the players "want to"...and their intelligence. If you want smart tough players, you need to start drafting/picking up and trading for those types of people like Chubb, Schobert, Ward, Bitonio, Hughlett, Gillan and Siebert who have skills...but also have the maturity and grit to get to camp and get to work.

    If Garrett, Mayfield, Williams, Njoku, Hunt, and others would learn to spend their time working like Chubb does on and off the field, ...this team would be a playoff team.

    This team has a lot of Pro Bowl talent...being totally squandered by people whose heads are parked in the shallow depths of their own alimentary canals.


  • Interesting that they do not have Kyle Dugger on the list - he is a small school safety (Lenoir-Rhyme) that a lot of folks were raving about. Deliberate omission?

  • dapound said... (original post)I like Claypool but I've got wood for some AGG Antonio Gandy-Golden.

    Gandy-Golden is a stud.

  • donodawg said... (original post)Interesting that they do not have Kyle Dugger on the list - he is a small school safety (Lenoir-Rhyme) that a lot of folks were raving about. Delib...

    It takes them some time to catch up on small school guys since PFF isn’t grading players in lesser conferences on a routine basis.

  • donodawg said... (original post)Interesting that they do not have Kyle Dugger on the list - he is a small school safety (Lenoir-Rhyme) that a lot of folks were raving about. Delib...

    6-2, 220, a 4.45e and ranked number four by Great Blue North; certainly has the size and speed...may be concerns but this review shows a lot to like!

    https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/kyle-dugger/Dau0G2jPJ8

    This post was edited by mortdogsr 11 months ago

  • Good notes on general draft philosophy...

    https://gbnreport.com/giants-draft-principles/

  • I'm a big fan of WR K.J. Hill in the third round.