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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BaconGrundleCandy, May 13, 2020.

  1. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    I'll use this thread to discuss and breakdown the upcoming offensive tackle position.
    I thought last year's class was very good but next year could be a little better. Like every other position the tackle spot is becoming more athletic every other year. Again just look at last year's class. This year these guys are dripping with athletic upside and size. Sewell might be the best player in the country. Lawrence is obviously there, he deserves the spot as well and positional value will ultimately win out unless a team like KC, Sea, Ari, Balt etc gets the #1 overall pick.
    Sewell is just another level as a mover. He's a big TE out there. Quick, efficient steps. Gets to his marks like lightening. He looks special.

    Lots of big movers, projects in this year's class as well. Guys like Lucas who is just coming into his body & game. Carman, Cosmi, Ealy & Radunz are two other I really like.

    And the then you have guys looking to bounce back and really put a stamp on their college careers like Little & Bruss. Bruss is someone I kinda like for us.

    Then there's Daniel Faalele ... 6'9 - 400lbs, Daniel Faalele.

    Not a bad class at all. Should be fun. I'll add to the list as we go along. Shout out names if I don't have someone up there.

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    Draft Grades

    DRAFT GRADES - HISTORY 2011-PRESENT.xlsx


    Tier 1

    Penei Sewell -
    Oregon - 6'6/325

    Dillon Radunz - North Dakota St - 6'6/305


    Alex Leatherwood - Alabama - 6'6/305


    Nicholas Petit-Frere - OSU / 6'5/295


    Cole Van Lanen - Wisconsin - 6'5/310


    Liam Eichenberg - Notre Dame - 6'6/305


    Walker Little - Stanford - 6'7/315


    Abraham Lucas - Wash St - 6'7/320


    Jackson Carman - Clemson - 6'5/345


    Thayer Munford - OSU - 6'6/310





    Tier 2
    Adrian Ealy - OK - 6'6/345


    Daniel Faalele - Minnesota - 6'9/400


    Logan Bruss - Wisconsin - 6'5/310 (exp at rg)


    Samuel Cosmi - Texas - 6'7/300


    Derek Kerstetter - Texas - 6'5'300


    Foster Sarell - Stanford - 6'7/310


    Landon Young - Kentucky - 6'7/305


    William Sherman - Colorado - 6'4/310


    Jalen Mayfield - Michigan - 6'5/320


    Christian Darrisaw - Virginia Tech - 6'5/310


    Coy Cronk - Iowa - 6'5/325


    Darian Kinnard - Kentucky - 6'5/325



    Tier 3
    Alaric Jackson
    - Iowa - 6'7/320


    Rashawn Slater - Northwestern - 6'3/305


    Brady Christensen - BYU - 6'6/295


    Jordan Reid - Michigan St - 6'4/305


    Will Fries - PSU - 6'6/315


    Luke Goedeke - Central Michigan - 6'5/285


    Austin Deculus - LSU - 6'7/325


    Kayode Awosika - Buffalo - 6'3/305


    Robert Hainsey - Notre Dame - 6'4/295
     
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    Flash Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Curious to see how you grade Penei Sewell on your draft grades sheet at the end of the season. Going back, Tyron Smith was your highest rated tackle at 9.17. Sewell is so good that some are even calling him the best tackle prospect since Orlando Pace.
     
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  3. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Appreciate the interest and yea me too:excited:! I've been thinking about him and Lawrence for a minute now. Both are just freaks. Prototypes. So young, almost no flaws. I could see both walking away with 9+ if they stay on the right track.
     
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    Will also be interesting to see what develops with the Pats OL philosophy in light of both the coaching change and, more obviously, what works or doesn’t with the QB position.

    Seems like they are counting on Wynn and Cannon staying healthy, Andrews back at 100%, Cajuste stepping up. I’m not that optimistic about any of that and would have preferred to see them address OT earlier in the draft. However, regarding the OL in general, particularly given the coaching change, we’ve got to really factor in the restrictions they are under with the Coronavirus.
     
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  5. JerseyShore99

    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Leatherwood, Sewell, and Little are my top 3
     
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  6. patsfanfromoversea

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    Yeah i like Leatherwood as well. Can play either Guard or Tackle and seems like a good fit for a zone blocking scheme.
     
  7. Ochmed Jones

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    The guy I am watching this year (hopefully) is van lanen from Wisconsin.

    the dude has a bit of T. rex syndrome so I would move him to guard. He is nfl strong now and can blow people off the line of scrimmage. Total beast in the running game.

    if bb can not extend thuney and thuney leaves next offseason, I have no problem drafting van lanen and plugging him in at left guard. We will lose some with that change, but not that much.

    if Mason has another down year or continues breaking down physically, then I have no problem with replacing him with van lanen.
     

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