Community simulation project NN 2019: 3rd round


The Niners Nation Community Drill Project is back for the third round! Bring in the debate, love and the blow!

65. Arizona Cardinals (Apolitical Football): Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin

Last year, the Cardinals had the worst OL in the NFL. The QB protection is a must. The Cardinals are delighted that Beau lasted until the third round because Benzschawel was named by consensus the first All-American team twice in his career, including last season. He is considered a technically sound guard prospect who specializes in the protection of pbades.

66. Pittsburgh Steelers (JUICEcyk): Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke

Giles-Harris provides a very good defensive presence to a missing Pittsburgh D. This is a great choice for the Steelers, as they show that they are more interested in falling into a lower draft spot and playing for the future, as JGH still needs a lot of time. to progress in a star.

67: San Francisco 49ers (Rowingdave): JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

I was briefly divided between choosing if I was going to the receiver or the corner, and I think that the players that will be recruited at the beginning of the second will still be available. But ultimately, this was a truism. Arcega-Whiteside has not accumulated press shortages because of its impugned capture insight, and for good reason. Ted Nguyen said recently that Arcega-Whiteside could be the best-fought catch receiver he has ever explored. Their efficiency of red zone and the participation in the production of touchdown by reception are ridiculous; but Arcega-Whiteside is not just a big guy with basketball skills disguised as a soccer player. He as an underestimated ability to break away with a great press release and sharper routes than credit has been given. In short, what separates him are his hands and the fact that he is a true receiver of X in Shanahan's offense. I do not think he's here at 67, but he could be, and if he is, this is a choice for the podium.

He's not going to win a three-cone exercise, but at some point, Niners (and Shanahan) fans must stop obsessing about a trait, especially when that obsession clouds the ability to see clearly that a guy like Arcega-Whiteside is elite in one Trait that matters: catching balls and scoring touchdowns. At this point in the draft, there is really no impact that Edge players can justify in writing this high; In a perfect world, it's Bosa and then you go forward. In this scenario, the Niners maintain the need for merger with courage and are happy to have been able to catch Dee Ford.

68. New York Jets (RocklinRoll): Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

The O-Line Jets is, to put it bluntly, terrible. In addition to the recently acquired Kelechi Osemele on guard, improvements are needed across the line to help keep Sam Darnold upright and intact and help Le'veon Bell shake off the rust from a one-season break.

Enter Kaleb McGary.

With 6 & # 39; 7 ", 317 pounds, McGary is a mountain of men.With a tremendous strength, McGary plays with a medium streak and is among the baddest of the finalists.The bad news is that the greatest weakness of McGary is blocking pbades … In short If you're fast enough, you can probably run just ahead of him, with the league full of fast runners, this is not a big trait for a potential NFL tackle. Good news: McGary is an excellent career blocker, there is probably a change of guard in his immediate future, where his size and strength will apply to the open holes for Bell, Kaleb McGary is definitely a work in progress, but it is a great value at this point in the draft.

69. Jacksonville Jaguars (Lancashire 49er): Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A & M

First of all … I must … resist … choose … Deionte Thompson …
The Jags finally put some resource in an offensive weapon! Sternberger is one that I would love for the Niners to select on Day 2 … if we had the luxury and the least needs!
For the Jags, this is a guy who can get reps the first day and develop in the system to offer a high TE roof and be the TE1 for the Jags that basically lack talent in that place.
Excellent ability to catch and run en route and decent in the race game with room to grow. Maybe it's not the mauler to focus on a Fournette racing game, but it will certainly eliminate the linebackers and linebackers from the stack of the box. Foles and Philly also ran a ton of RPO, so if they take that in the Jags too, be careful with Sternberger!

70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (pwillystyle): David Montgomery, RB, State of Iowa

The Bucs select RB David Montgomery with their third selection, giving them a small competition in which they lack production.

71. Denver Broncos (ninrfevr16810): Dre'Mont Jones, IDL, State of Ohio

Jones started the season as a DT in a 4-3 defense at Ohio State. While it does not fit a 3-4 in the NT, it can be shaped into a DE in a very talented 3-4. Having Bradley Chubb or Von Miller out of him will greatly improve his ability to run. He is very good at beating guards and under the tutelage of Bill Kolar, he can continue to play well in the NFL. John Leydard says: "The dichotomy of Jones' skill set should make it one of the most polarizing badessments in the clbad of the NFL 2019 Draft. On the one hand, he is a special athlete with unusual movement skills and a repertoire of Fast movements that develops quickly, but on the other hand, fight as a career defender, from recognizing the blocks until you get out of them and maintain the point of attack. "

72. Cincinnati Bengals (Mertons Merkin): Justin Layne, CB, State of Michigan

Tell me if this sounds familiar, an open receiver converted with great height and construction, excellent instincts, high IQ, which supposedly does not have great speed, but you do not see much in the tape due to the smart and good game skills awareness ? Reminds you of someone? It has the athletic style and control of the body covet in a corner of its size. His 15 PBUs last season were revealing. He will fight with the receivers in bump and run, but will he close the gap in the running game? Huge boost for a third rounded corner.

73. New England Patriots (hawktomegoose): Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

No reason is given.

74. Buffalo Bills (Ndetherock): Oshane Ximines, Edge, Old Dominion

The Bills need an edge runner for the future and Odhane is that man. He can develop behind Jerry Hughes and rotate when necessary. His advantage is great and a steal at this point in the draft.

75. Green Bay Packers (Fred Mercury): Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

If it were not for a torn ACL at the end of the year, Love could have been the first runner to leave the board. He also played with a different injury most of last season and was the victim of a bad roadblock. Trust in the 2017 film. Your selection fills the backfield, since Jones and Williams are already in the rotation and have been productive. However, he is a great value pick and it would be PUP's to start the season, as there is no urgency to put him on the field. He is a phenomenon.

76. Washington Redskins (GESWhoseBack): Christian Miller, Edge, Alabama

With Preston Smith pbading the Packers, the Redskins have to replace a pbad rusher. I think Miller will be a better professional than the college player, as he was bitten by snakes in Bama. He has athletic qualities that can not be taught and he just has to put everything together and stay healthy.

77. Carolina Panthers (azsharksfan): David Long, CB, Michigan

The Panthers have many needs in their high school and can use multiple updates everywhere. David Long had a fantastic 2018, allowing a total of only 42 yards in coverage in 9 receptions. At 5 "11" he's a little too big to play outside in the NFL, but what he lacks in height makes up for it physically.

78. Miami Dolphins (ninersfootball): David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin

The dolphins want to rebuild both lines in 2019 and Edwards is a perfect player in that regard. Edwards played really well in 2017, but he had a bit of difficulty as the RT starter for Badgers during 2018. Edwards is a very strong RT blocker, but his pbad protection is not that strong, so it can eventually be a starting G instead of RT. Since the Dolphins lack a strong interior OL and their declared desire to build from the inside out, this is an ideal option to build the offense before choosing a QB franchise in the 2020 draft.

79. Atlanta Hawks (Rowingdave): Max Scharping, OT, Northern Illinois

I'm not sure why the Falcons signed with Ty Sambrailo, but Scharping was able to intervene and take his job from the first day, relegating Sambrailo to face the swing. Scharping is a big man who can "attack", but he is also a much better athlete than people could recognize. If he can capture an initial OT, either on the right or on the left, in the third round, he is making car wheels. This is a mid-high-floor player who has a perfect value in 79 for the Falcons.

80. Cleveland Browns (mmastation): Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky

The Browns need another corner against Denzel Ward and have found their man in Johnson. It needs some help with press techniques and footwork, but it has the size and speed you're looking for in a corner.

81. Minnesota Vikings (Blackpool Niner): Kahale Warring, TE, State of San Diego

I have found the successor of Kyle Rudolph! The vikes are close to the limit and a very controversial way to get some relief is to change Rudolph. Until that happens, Warring is an inexperienced player (he played a football year before college), but the exciting TE # 2 that runs clear routes, runs well after the capture and brings him into the running game.

George Kittles is hard to come by, but a third-round pick for a player who can become a reliable target for Kirk Cousins ​​in the next few years is not a negative value either. The QB must be enjoying this draft so far.

82. Tennessee Titans (Shanafandom): Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

Mariota does not have the most reliable recipient body and Ridley will be of great help. He has reliable hands, is hard and is a solid route runner. He's not the fastest guy, so he's still here, but he'll be a good complement to Corey Davis and a healthy and healthy Delanie Walker to move the chains.

83. Pittsburgh Steelers (JUICEcyk): Khalen Saunders, IDL, Western Illinois

Great DL pickup for the Steelers here. Saunders is going to be really good in a few years.

84. Seattle Seahawks (O Liner): Anthony Nelson, Edge, Iowa

The signature of Cbadius & # 39; Daniel Larusso & # 39; Marsh is significant only for one thing: I need a guy who can come in and take his job. Step up Anthony Nelson. He has a great length, plays fast and furious, and is solid against the race. His predicament is one-dimensional at the moment and he needs some development time, but I like his potential. Nelson playing in front of Clark, with Reed in the middle, that D line will be unpleasant in the future (in more ways than one)

85. Baltimore Ravens (surfer2099): Terry McLaurin, WR, State of Ohio

The Ravens' need for wide receivers could not be more pronounced than in 2019. Terry McLaurin will be a second receiver in an exhausted talent store. I felt it was important to get a second high-scoring receiver to give the Ravens a powerful pbad offense. McLaurin complements Butler with his speed and his ability to run en route. In Raven's current depth chart on his home page, there are two obvious vacancies in WR2 and WR3. But in reality, it is at least the vacancy of WR1 and a competition for WR2.

86. Houston Texans (Riqv): Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis

Actually, I was prepared to take Terry McLaurin to this place, but a surfer guy had the same idea.

87. Chicago Bears (hawktomegoose): Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan

No reason is given.

88. Detroit Lions (Andrew9er): Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

The Lions secondary was unsatisfactory last year. Williams is a unique CB with an exceptional size. The Lions take him here and hope that he can consolidate the position of the CB.

89. Indianapolis Colts (cgun): Zach Allen, Edge, Boston College

Having tackled the defensive line inside, the Colts turn to the edge. Zach Allen wins by hard work, high engine and solid technique. At 6 feet 4, 281 pounds, he is big and strong and has fantastic instincts. He plays very effectively against the race and offers upside down running the pbader, finishing 4th between DT / 5ts with a pressure percentage of 12.4%. He also knocked down seven pbades last year, which is comparable to the number of pbading deviations of some leading cornerbacks. Allen would likely play the end of base 4-3 in the Colts defense and kick inside the defensive tackle of Technique 3 during the pbades.

90. Dallas Cowboys (Rowingdave): Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

This is a positive choice for the Cowboys; Knox is an incredible athlete (numbers like Kittle with a 4.51 forty), with speed, speed, career blocking skills and a great capture radius. Criminally underutilized in Ole Miss's offensive, his lack of production in college should not prevent him from being caught on Day Two. When the future HOF sportscaster, 37, Jason Witten, is your toughest answer … Jerrah, you better have a plan, and I think it will be Knox if he is there.

91. Los Angeles Chargers (JUICEcyk): Saivion Smith, CB, Alabama

Savion takes the place of Jason Verrett, but does not get injured doing cereal.

92. Kansas City Chiefs (Sarf London Niner): Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

Clearly, the Chiefs do not have any problems in TE1 (after all, Kelce is the second on the list of TE yards in a single season), but they could have a reception TE2 as backup. Smith has limitations, but he can stretch the field vertically in a way that the Mahomes will love.

93. New York Jets (RocklinRoll): Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

What does a young field marshal need to succeed? Weapons

Hall is a burner (4.39 40) with good size to go along with sometimes questionable hands. If it can improve its consistency, it will provide Sam Darnold with a truly dangerous deep threat.

94. Los Angeles Rams (Stevesrus): Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford

The Rams need a replacement linebacker for Mark Barron and Cory Littleton could be in his senior year with the team, since he is only a restricted free agent this year. Okereke is a Stanford product that has a decent speed and could become a decent starter for the team that could help in the future.

95. New York Giants (Riqonator): Martez Ivey, OT, Florida

A raw, but very talented OT, Ivey can stand guard or cope and develop behind Solder for a couple of years and become the OT of the franchise in a couple of years to protect Haskins.

96. Washington Redskins (GESWhoseBack): Marquise Blair, S, Utah

The Redskins lost the two security starters by launching Swearinger midway through the season and letting Clinton-Dix enter free agency. They filled a place with Collins on SS now that they have their possible career partner in FS at Blair.

97. New England Patriots (Rowingdave): Will Grier, QB, West Virginia

I'm not a big Will Grier fan … but the more I look at him, his production and leadership, the more I see him as a Belichick boy. He looked horrible in the Senior Bowl, but when you put on the tape, you see a guy who has the ability to really hit if he falls into the right situation. With a lot of picks in this year's draft, Hoodie goes with a gunslinger who has a little athlete on him, to boot. Is it the next coming of Tom Brady? Hell no But it's worth an aviator at the end of the third round.

98. Jacksonville Jaguars (Lancashire 49er): Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame

Boykin is a guy that I like so much that he appeared on the combine and after reading the KP review about Niners Nation, they sell me if the Niners take him away. But hey, I work for the Jags here and I love the selection. I like the launch and the burst in which he sells his route. Combine that with your athletic ability and capture qualities … potentially a very good WR.

99. Los Angeles Rams (Stevesrus): Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

Is Todd Gurley healthy? This is a question that could keep the Rams' trainers and fans at night. This is a good time to have a solid backup and help take the burden off Gurley. Damien Harris is still on the Board at this time and is only BPA at this time and could help secure the position and also help replace CJ Anderson.

100. Carolina Panthers (azsharksfan): Evan Worthington, S, Colorado

In hindsight, I regret not having taken Juan Thornhill with my second-round selection. I think safety is a much greater need for Carolina than for IOL and the well had dried out in the next round. I think Worthington is a little undervalued and has a good chance of becoming a good security, so at the end of third place it makes sense. He has a great body, has quick instincts and good skills with the ball. Outside Eric Reid, the Panthers are very thin in position, so he would have the opportunity to contribute immediately.

101. New England Patriots (hawktomegoose): Gerald Willis, IDL, Miami

No reason is given.

102. Baltimore Ravens (surfer2099): Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

The Ravens acquired Mark Ingram, 29. I have nothing against Ingram and I've always liked him as a runner, but the Ravens need to have a backup and start looking to the future. Sanders could be that guy for them contributing this year and a future starter for the Ravens.

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