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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>Jeremiah's Mock 2.0
kccrow 11:07 PM 02-16-2021
https://www.nfl.com/news/daniel-jere...-heir-apparent

Has the Chiefs taking OC Landon Dickerson at 31.

Here's some notes on board faves...

DE Jaelen Phillips at 22
DE Ronnie Perkins at 23
DE Joe Tryon at 26
DE Azeez Ojulari at 30
OT Christian Darrisaw at 19
OT Jalen Mayfield at 24
OT Teven Jenkins at 29
WR Kadarius Toney at 20

Not taken:

DE Jayson Oweh
OT Samuel Cosmi
OT Liam Eichenberg
WR Rashod Bateman
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Tribal Warfare 03:20 PM 02-19-2021
Originally Posted by htismaqe:
Not every guy with an injury history is Dee Ford but how many of them go on to be tier 1 starters?

I'm struggling to think of many, at least for the Chiefs. College injury histories usually end up disappointing in the pros.
Donnie Edwards had a neck injury that dropped him in the draft when he was playing at UC UCLA
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TambaBerry 03:31 PM 02-19-2021
I'd rather have Perkins from OU
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staylor26 03:50 PM 02-19-2021
Originally Posted by htismaqe:
Yeah, I'd take him at #31. I just wouldn't trade up for him. Honestly I wouldn't trade up for anybody other than a few blue chippers.
Oh ok yea I think we have too many needs to be trading up anyways.
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htismaqe 04:18 PM 02-19-2021
Originally Posted by Tribal Warfare:
Donnie Edwards had a neck injury that dropped him in the draft when he was playing at UC UCLA
Phillips has had more than one concussion (right?) and each one makes the next one a little more likely. It's not just a recurring issue, it's a potentially compounding one.
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Chris Meck 10:19 AM 02-20-2021
Originally Posted by duncan_idaho:
Im not sure either is accurate. Perkins looks a lot thicker to the naked eye. Id bet he weights in 10-15 pounds above that at his pro day.

Ojulari looks a little lighter to me.
Ronnie Perkins at 260 is interesting. At 247, I just don't think he's a fit.
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htismaqe 01:05 PM 02-20-2021
I don't think Ojulari plays DE in this scheme. He's probably better off as a 3-4 OLB.
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kccrow 01:28 PM 02-20-2021
I'm feeling like, with Ojulari and Perkins in the debate, we should also talk about Zaven Collins and Joseph Ossai.

Is Collins too much LB?

Is Ossai also too much of a fringe 3-4OLB type?
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staylor26 02:14 PM 02-20-2021
I would say Collins is too much of a LB if we’re talking about edge rusher in the 1st, but he’d still be a great fit.

I don’t think we go LB, but if we didn’t have other needs, and Collins was sitting there at 31, it would be tempting.
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wachashi 09:54 AM 02-22-2021
I don't see him being available at 31 but if he is and depending on how free agency and the board falls (goes without saying this early), Zaven Collins would be very tempting. I think he'd see snaps at SLB in year one and he could replace Hitchens in year two. Collins is 6' 4" 260, while Hitchens is much smaller at 6' 235. Collins looks quicker to me than Hitchens. He's a unicorn.

Could be similar to a Dont'a Hightower-type player. Capable of making plays out in space on running backs and tight ends and is a real weapon rushing the quarterback on stunts and blitzes.
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htismaqe 11:50 AM 02-22-2021
Originally Posted by staylor26:
I would say Collins is too much of a LB if were talking about edge rusher in the 1st, but hed still be a great fit.

I dont think we go LB, but if we didnt have other needs, and Collins was sitting there at 31, it would be tempting.
This. We have too many needs to take an ILB with a first round pick.
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