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  1. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    IOL/PTP

    Tier 1

    Tommy Kraemer 6'6/315 - Notre Dame

    Ben Cleveland 6'6/335 - Georgia


    Shane Lemieux 6'4/315 - Oregon


    Logan Stenberg 6'6/320 - Kentucky


    Steven Gonzalez 6'4\325 - PSU



    Tier 2
    Deonte Brown 6'4/345 - Alabama


    Ben Bredeson 6'5/320 - Michigan


    Jonah Jackson 6'4/305 - OSU


    Solomon Kindley 6'4/335 - Georgia


    Jack Anderson 6'5/320 -Texas Tech


    Marcus Keyes 6'3/310 - OK ST


    Gus Lavaka 6'4/350 - Oregon St





    Tier 3
    John Simpson 6'4/330 - Clemson


    Navaughn Donaldson 6'6/340 - Miami


    Marquell Harrell 6'3/310 - Auburn


    Donnell Stanley 6'3/315 - South Carolina

    Netane Muti 6'3/310 - Fresno St


    Darryl Williams 6'2/310 - Miss St


    Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms 6'5/330 -Missouri


    Parker Braun 6'3/285 -Texas


    Center

    Tier 1
    Tyler Biadasz 6'3/320 - Wisconsin


    Creed Humphrey 6'5/325 - OK


    Zach Shackleford 6'4/305 - Texas



    Tier 2
    Lloyd Cushenberry 6'4/310 - LSU


    Jordan Johnson 6'2\320 - UCF


    Jake Hanson 6'4/300 - Oregon



    Tier 3
    Cesar Ruiz 6'4/320 - Michigan


    Kaleb Kim 6'4/300 - Auburn


    Matt Hennessy 6'4/300 - Temple


    Nick Harris 6"1/300 - Washington


    Adam Holtorf 6'4/295 - Kansas St


    Nick Buchanan 6'3/290 - Florida


    Drake Jackson 6'2/305 - Kentucky
     
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  2. reamer

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    I started to get real upset you didn't have Biadasz, Humphrey, or Cushenberry in your first few tiers, and then I realized you had a separate list for center. :p

    Also, Lemieux would kill it here.
     
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  3. BaconGrundleCandy

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    I have to say I saw Oregons OL coming last year. They just stood out every game I watched. Really interested in seeing Sewell grow. Big fan.

    You like Hanson/Warmack?
     
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    Snooky97 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Just been watching some of Georgia tape, their O-line is very very good.

    Soloman Kindley man handles everyone, and when he sinks his hips and gets into that power position he doesn't move back, looks like a solid starter. Will keep looking at the Georgia Line because they just look dominant as well they all have very good technique
     
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    The Georgia o line is the best in the country. If they are going to beat Alabama this year it is because they run the ball and keep tua on the sideline.

    The left tackle from Georgia is the best o lineman in this draft.

    Both guards have nfl futures.
     
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  6. Ochmed Jones

    Ochmed Jones Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Watched bredeson play a couple games this season.

    he is a tough road grader that can move the pile. Super sound in a zone blocking scheme.

    limited athletically, but worth a third round pick.
     
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    I didn't see this player for more than a quarter but I thought Ruiz, the Michigan center looked mobile, agile (for a OL) and finished his blocks. Anyone else have any thoughts on him.
     
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    Here's another center for consideration. Harris of Washington. Seemed to get all his assignments, quick feet.
     
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    Nice to see Stenberg tier 1. Big fan
     
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    Watched some Clemson games lately and they have a guard named Simpson,

    he is an incredible run blocker. He had the flat back, bent knees, power and balance to put anybody in front of him on skates.

    the pass blocking is really raw, but after seeing how Dante coached up the worse pass protector we have ever drafted, mason, I think he could get Simpson up to speed really quickly.
     
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    Keep an eye out for Ben Bartch OT St Johns (MN) DIII LT moving to OG 6'5" 290 has invite to Senior Bowl. He will be one to watch. If he has a good week he could catapult into day 2 like Ali Marpet (Hobart) did.
     
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  12. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Thuney is breaking the bank. Weak class & not a big FA class.

     
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    Watch some tape of Darryl Williams of miss state. He is a devastating run blocker but needs technique work as a pass blocker.

    well worth a third round pick.
     
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    Wilfork#75 In the Starting Line-Up

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    For me the best OG in the draft is Kevin Dotson from Louisiana-Lafayette. He was an absolute beast during Shrine practices and is a monster in the run game. He is incredibly strong and can move anyone off the ball. If we want to establish the run this is the guy.
     
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    He appears to be a bit of a waist bender, a little stiff, not a lot of lateral quickness in his game, can not sink his hips and anchor, but going straight ahead, he is a beast.
     
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    If Bill is patient - a really Really Big If - then he should be able to find a quality Guard, perhaps even one capable of starting at LG, beginning with his 3rd-round picks...no need to jump in any earlier than that...RT however might be a different story...
     
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    Yeah i think a third rounder should be fine for our guard, who can maybe also play as a center.
    Regarding the RT situation i would like to get one OT in the later rounds for depth and Cannon competing with Cajuste.
    I can also see us cutting Cannon and go for another mid round OT and use his money elsewhere (this is my favourite way because he is old, often injured and did not play well..)
     
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    The best interior offensive lineman in this draft is the kid from Georgia.

    absolutely love his game and his tape.
     
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    Thomas, Wilson or Kindley?
     
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    Yodny
     
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