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KChiefs1 10:08 AM 03-03-2021
https://theathletic.com/2419203/2021...ds-deep-class/

Dane Brugler:

1. Penei Sewell, Oregon (6-foot-6, 300 pounds)
Malaeimi, American Samoa (Desert Hills); Age: 20.56

2. Rashawn Slater, Northwestern (6-foot-4, 308 pounds)
Sugar Land, Texas (Clements); Age: 22.09

3. Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech (6-foot-5, 315 pounds)
Upper Marlboro, Md. (Riverdale); Age: 21.91

4. Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State (6-foot-7, 320 pounds)
Topeka, Kan. (Topeka); Age: 23.16

5. Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame (6-foot-5, 301 pounds)
Cleveland, Ohio (Saint Ignatius); Age: 23.28

6. Samuel Cosmi, Texas (6-foot-7, 310 pounds)
Humble, Texas (Atascocita); Age: 22.20

7. James Hudson, Cincinnati (6-foot-4, 302 pounds)
Toledo, Ohio (Central Catholic); Age: 21.96

8. DíAnte Smith, East Carolina (6-foot-5, 294 pounds)
Augusta, Ga. (Grovetown); Age: 22.89

9. Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State (6-foot-6, 304 pounds)
Becker, Minn. (Becker); Age: 23.09

10. Walker Little, Stanford (6-foot-7, 320 pounds)
Houston, Texas (Episcopal); Age: 22.08

11. Brady Christensen, BYU (6-foot-6, 300 pounds)
Bountiful, Utah (Bountiful)

12. Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa (6-foot-8, 314 pounds)
Lenox, Iowa (Lenox); Age: 23.09
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RunKC 11:55 AM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
what did Little measure in at?
I canít find a number but his scouting reports rave about his length (giggity) and some tweets Iíve seen indicate heís one of the guys who pass the length threshold average of 34
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The Franchise 11:57 AM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by RunKC:
I canít find a number but his scouting reports rave about his length (giggity) and some tweets Iíve seen indicate heís one of the guys who pass the length threshold average of 34
A trade back out of the first or a trade up in the second for Little then.
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Chris Meck 12:00 PM 04-01-2021
Here's why I think Little may well be the guy we take, and most likely at #63.

1)It's literally a repeat of the Niang pick. First round value talent, drops due to an injury.

2)He fits the physical measurables; all the traits Reid looks for. His pass blocking is his strength too.

3)Dummies don't go to Stanford. This is a smart kid. He's going to have the mental wherewithal to handle whatever they want him to teach him.
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Otter 12:05 PM 04-01-2021
Calling it now: trading up for Teven Jenkins.
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htismaqe 12:10 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
Here's why I think Little may well be the guy we take, and most likely at #63.

1)It's literally a repeat of the Niang pick. First round value talent, drops due to an injury.

2)He fits the physical measurables; all the traits Reid looks for. His pass blocking is his strength too.

3)Dummies don't go to Stanford. This is a smart kid. He's going to have the mental wherewithal to handle whatever they want him to teach him.
I agree.
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htismaqe 12:10 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Otter:
Calling it now: trading up for Teven Jenkins.
Prototypical RT that doesn't have the measurable Andy likes.

I don't think it happens.
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RunKC 12:15 PM 04-01-2021
1. Terrance Marshall WR LSU
2. Walker Little OT Stanford
3. Daelin Hayes DE Notre Dame

Who says no to this?
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kccrow 12:21 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
what did Little measure in at?
Have yet to see a report with it. I've been looking. That said, Little had some pretty serious pass blocking issues that you'd have hoped to see him work out over time but injury and covid...
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The Franchise 12:21 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by RunKC:
1. Terrance Marshall WR LSU
2. Walker Little OT Stanford
3. Daelin Hayes DE Notre Dame

Who says no to this?
Welp....I just came.
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staylor26 12:22 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by RunKC:
1. Terrance Marshall WR LSU
2. Walker Little OT Stanford
3. Daelin Hayes DE Notre Dame

Who says no to this?
I like Hayes, but I think there will be better pass rushers available at 94.

Give me Odeyingbo or Turner and I’d be thrilled.
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kccrow 12:24 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
Here's why I think Little may well be the guy we take, and most likely at #63.

1)It's literally a repeat of the Niang pick. First round value talent, drops due to an injury.

2)He fits the physical measurables; all the traits Reid looks for. His pass blocking is his strength too.

3)Dummies don't go to Stanford. This is a smart kid. He's going to have the mental wherewithal to handle whatever they want him to teach him.
I really disagree on pass blocking being his strength and I can say confidently I'm very much not alone there. Agility issues, specifically opening and aligning his hips, and letting guys into his chest were huge problems. I think he has the ability to learn and get better there, but there's a difference between that and it being a strength.
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The Franchise 12:27 PM 04-01-2021

My latest OL rankings for the 2021 draft dropped this morning over on B/R

Here’s my latest top tackle list, minus Stone Forsythe who I graded right as this article was getting edited.

Forsythe = 8.0/OT6https://t.co/koPu9duLEG pic.twitter.com/e7cgkSrDHS

— Brandon Thorn (@BrandonThornNFL) April 1, 2021

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RunKC 12:27 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by Chris Meck:
Here's why I think Little may well be the guy we take, and most likely at #63.

1)It's literally a repeat of the Niang pick. First round value talent, drops due to an injury.

2)He fits the physical measurables; all the traits Reid looks for. His pass blocking is his strength too.

3)Dummies don't go to Stanford. This is a smart kid. He's going to have the mental wherewithal to handle whatever they want him to teach him.
Would be more like the Willie Gay pick IMO. Measurables there and upside is big, but donít play all that much ball in college.
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kccrow 12:27 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by RunKC:
1. Terrance Marshall WR LSU
2. Walker Little OT Stanford
3. Daelin Hayes DE Notre Dame

Who says no to this?
I'd be fine with it.

I'm leaning more towards:

1. Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech (trade up to 18)
2. Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
3. Adetokunbo Ogundeji, DE, Notre Dame

Either case of 1/2, I'd rather Ogundeji over Hayes.
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htismaqe 12:29 PM 04-01-2021
Originally Posted by The Franchise:
That puts Forsythe squarely in the conversation at #31.
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