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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>RB's.
Chris Meck 10:30 AM 01-01-2024
I tell you what-

I know the position is undervalued, but Pacheco is an awfully important piece of this offense now, and moving forward. He's also going to wear down fast.

I'd like to address the RB2/split time spot in this draft. Mckinnon is probably close to done, and Clyde is not an answer long-term.

Who do you like? I'm not saying first round, or even second-but by the mid rounds, I'd be looking for an all-around back to split time with Pacheco.
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ChiefsFanatic 09:27 PM 03-04-2024
Originally Posted by Titty Meat:
And came back this year ran for nearly 5 ypc and scored 27 touchdowns
Behind 5 beasts on the offensive line. CEH could have average 6 ypc with that line.

I don't want another midget running back anywhere near this team.

In fact, I hope we find a RB that is actually different than what we have. It would be nice to have a big back to give the offense more options. I know being bigger doesn't mean better, but I am so sick of watching us run up the middle on 3rd and 3, only to get stuffed at the LOS.
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Couch-Potato 12:16 PM 03-16-2024
Does that past CEH pick make anyone else feel like we might go RB a lot earlier than most expect?

We're down x2 RBs currently, the RB room is in worse condition than our WR room now, and catches out of the backfield are pretty critical for Andy and Pat.
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Bowser 12:36 PM 03-16-2024
Originally Posted by Couch-Potato:
Does that past CEH pick make anyone else feel like we might go RB a lot earlier than most expect?

We're down x2 RBs currently, the RB room is in worse condition than our WR room now, and catches out of the backfield are pretty critical for Andy and Pat.
I feel RB will absolutely be addressed in this draft, but I can't make up my mind how early they'll do it.

I expect La'Mical Perine to be a weekly factor this season, as well.
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kccrow 08:31 PM 03-16-2024
Originally Posted by kcbubb:
Any chance you can update this crow, post combine? Iím curious. Estime might fall to the 6th? That 40 has to kill him? Success rates of RBs with bad 40s is pretty bad statistically? Guerendo is probably a 3rd rounder now?
Round 2
Jonathan Brooks, Texas
Trey Benson, Florida State
Jaylen Wright, Tennessee

Round 3
Braelon Allen, Wisconsin
Blake Corum, Michigan
Will Shipley, Clemson
Marshawn Lloyd, USC

Round 4
Isaac Guerendo, Louisville
Ray Davis, Kentucky
Audric Estime, Notre Dame
Bucky Irving, Oregon

Round 5
Dylan Laube, New Hampshire
Kimani Vidal, Troy
Rasheen Ali, Marshall
Kendall Milton, Georgia

Round 6
Cody Schrader, Missouri
Frank Gore Jr, Southern Miss
Jase McClellin, Alabama
Daijun Edwards, Georgia
Isaiah Davis, South Dakota State

Round 7
Emani Bailey, TCU
Blake Watson, Memphis
Jaden Shirden, Monmouth

Priority UDFAs
Dillon Johnson, Washington
Miyan Williams, Ohio State
Carson Steele, UCLA
Jawhar Jordan, Louisville
George Holani, Boise State
Tyrone Tracy Jr., Purdue
Keilan Robinson, Texas
Michael Wiley, Arizona
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Couch-Potato 05:33 PM 03-20-2024
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8Py6k0R5rI

Nice breakdown
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kccrow 07:43 PM 03-20-2024
Originally Posted by Couch-Potato:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8Py6k0R5rI

Nice breakdown
They are WAY higher on Tyrone Tracy than I am. One thing with Tracy is he's a 24-year-old right now so that's a big factor when you start looking at a RB.

They seem to be in the same ballpark as I feel on the rest though.
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Nightfyre 07:49 PM 03-20-2024
I haven't watched much of the class, but Jaylen Wright seems like a fit based on how we use our backs, right? And Guerendo is a capable pass catcher who runs better in space and could be the option for the third down back. He is just indecisive from the backfield - but in space, could produce until he gets more familiar with exactly whats expected of him. Not sure about his pass blocking though.
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TribalElder 08:05 PM 03-20-2024
had a feeling the other day that we might land Cody Schrader in the draft

that would be nice
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ForeverChiefs58 11:34 AM 03-22-2024

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Couch-Potato 06:59 PM 03-22-2024
Crazy how J Wright's climbed from 7th round projection to a potential top 3 RB in this draft depending on who's board it is. One of the guys at PFF said he had him at #1, but changed to Benson last min.
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CupidStunt 04:19 AM 03-28-2024
Originally Posted by Bowser:
I feel RB will absolutely be addressed in this draft, but I can't make up my mind how early they'll do it.

I expect La'Mical Perine to be a weekly factor this season, as well.
Considering we pick 32 in each round, I'm wondering if it could be the 2nd, to get one of the top guys, or for sure it's gotta be a prime option at the back of 3.

I'd be happy with a trade down from 2 or up from 3 to get Shipley in the mid 3rd ish. Don't think he lasts to 90 whatever, although if he does, I'd imagine he's a slam dunk compared to the 56th OL off the board or whatever else.
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O.city 08:53 AM 03-28-2024
Jaylen Wright in the 2nd is a perfect pick for me.
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Couch-Potato 04:14 PM 03-28-2024
Originally Posted by O.city:
Jaylen Wright in the 2nd is a perfect pick for me.
I like him but I think that's too rich for me, unfortunately.

Maybe Lloyd would be available later.
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Couch-Potato 11:27 PM 03-28-2024
Dylan Laube, New Hampshire... anyone?

As a senior in 2022 he played in 12 games and ran for an outstanding 1205 yards on 245 carries for average of 4.9 ypc, with 15 TDs, with 3 fumbles. In the passing game he had 49 receptions for an outstanding 474 yards.

As a fifth year senior in 2023 he played in 10 games and ran for 745 yards on 161 carries for average of 4.6 ypc, with 9 TDs, with 2 fumbles. In the passing game he had 68 receptions for 708 yards.
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UChieffyBugger 06:58 PM 03-29-2024
Originally Posted by Couch-Potato:
Dylan Laube, New Hampshire... anyone?

As a senior in 2022 he played in 12 games and ran for an outstanding 1205 yards on 245 carries for average of 4.9 ypc, with 15 TDs, with 3 fumbles. In the passing game he had 49 receptions for an outstanding 474 yards.

As a fifth year senior in 2023 he played in 10 games and ran for 745 yards on 161 carries for average of 4.6 ypc, with 9 TDs, with 2 fumbles. In the passing game he had 68 receptions for 708 yards.
He'll be 25 years old in December :-)
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