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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BaconGrundleCandy, May 15, 2020.

  1. BaconGrundleCandy

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    I'll use this thread to talk about and breakdown the upcoming 2021 RB class.

    Kinda rare to see the SR class out shine the underclassmen. Esp at this position, but that's the kinda class it looks like rn. It's May 2020 but I don't see a particularly deep class as it stands now. Obviously we have a year to go but I see a pretty clear drop off after 2nd/early 3rd tier. The top 10-15 look like they could definitely contribute right away but in terms of true feature backs we'll need to see some step up.

    How I've graded the position. Always fun to look back at hits & misses

    DRAFT GRADES - HISTORY 2011-PRESENT.xlsx

    Tier 1

    Travis Etienne - Clemson - 5'10/210


    Chuba Hubbard - Ok St - 6'1/210


    Najee Harris - Alabama - 6'2/230


    Kylin Hill - Miss St - 5'11/215



    Tier 2
    Journey Brown - PSU - 5'11/205

    C.J. Verdell - Oregon - 5'9/210


    Kenneth Gainwell - Memphis - 5’11/190


    Rakeem Boyd - Arkansas - 6'/215

    Zamir White - Georgia - 6'/215


    Elijah Mitchell - ULL - 5'11/215


    Max Borghi - Washington St - 5'10/195


    Jermar Jefferson - Oregon St - 5'10/215


    Jaret Patterson - Buffalo - 5'9/195


    Trey Sermon - OSU - 6'/215 (Transferring Oklahoma)


    Mohamed Ibrahim - Minnesota - 5'10/210


    Vavae Malepeaia - USC - 6'/220


    Larry Rountree - Missouri - 5’10/210


    Brenden Knox - Marshall - 6'/220


    Spencer Brown - UAB - 6'/230


    Ronnie Rivers - Fresno St - 5'8/185



    Tier 3
    John Lovett
    - Baylor - 6'/215


    Trey Ragas - ULL - 5'10/220


    Dameon Pierce - Florida - 5'10/210


    Javian Hawkins - Louisville - 5'9/180


    Michael Carter - UNC - 5'10/200


    Marcel Murray - Arkansas St - 5’11/195


    Chris Evans - Michigan - 5'11/215


    James Cook - Georgia - 5'11/190


    Shakif Seymour - Toledo - 6'/215


    Stevie Scott - Indiana - 6'2/200


    Greg McCrae - UCF - 5'10/175


    Ja’Tarvious Whitlow - Auburn - 6'/210 (Transfer Portal)


    Kennedy Brooks - Oklahoma - 5'11/215


    Brian Robinson - Alabama - 6'1/225


    Trestan Ebner - Baylor - 5'11/210


    Pooka Williams - Kansas - 5'10/170


    Ty Chandler - Tenn - 5'11/200


    David Bailey - Boston College - 6'1/240


    Rhamondre Stevenson - Oklahoma - 6'/235


    SaRodorick Thompson - Texas Tech - 6'/210


    Tim Jordan - Tennessee - 5'11/205


    Javonte Williams - UNC - 5'10/215


    Demetric Felton - UCLA - 5'9/185


    C.J. Marable - Coastal Carolina - 5'10/190


    Shaun Shivers - Auburn - 5'7/180



    Tier 4A
    Shamari Brooks
    - Tulsa - 5'9/195


    Josh Johnson - ULM - 5'9/215


    Andrew Claire - Bowling Green - 5'10/200


    Hassan Haskins - Michigan - 6'1/220


    Justin Henderson - LA-Tech - 5'10/220


    Charles Williams - UNLV - 5'9/190


    Stephen Carr - USC - 6'/210


    Bryant Koback - Toledo - 6'/205


    Corey Dauphine - Tulane - 6'/195



    Tier 4B
    Cyrus Habibi-Likio
    - Oregon - 6'1/220


    L.D. Brown - Oklahoma St - 5'9/190


    Malcolm Davidson - FAU - 5'10/205


    Lyn-J Dixon - Clemson - 5'10/190


    Jashaun Corbin - FSU - 6'/210 (Transferred from Texas A&M)


    Jaylon Bester - Miami (OH) - 5'8/185


    Bentavious Thompson - UCF - 6'1/200


    DeAndre Torrey - North Texas - 5'7/190

    Tre Harbison - Charlotte - 5'11/215


    Destin Coates - Georgia St - 5'11/200


    Mike Epstein - Illinois - 6'/205


    Gaej Walker - W. Kentucky - 6'/195


    Raheem Blackshear - Virginia Tech - 5'9/192 (Transferred from Rutgers)


    Bilal Ally - Umass - 5'11/185


    Hassan Hall - Louisville - 6'/200


    Khalil Herbert - Virginia Tech - 5'9/205


    DK Billingsley - Troy - 5'11/210


    Amare Jones - Tulane - 5'11/190


    Jordan Mims - Fresno St - 5’11/195


    Kobe Lewis - Central Michigan - 5'11/195


    Devin Brumfield - Utah - 5'10/220


    Isaih Pacheco -Rutgers - 5'11/210
     
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  2. Scotty

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    I like the look of Najee Harris but what are the chances we take another running back in 2021 ? I think I read somewhere that 2 or 3 of our existing running backs are on their last contract year
     
  3. patsfaninpa

    patsfaninpa Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Journey Brown is going to breakout. He has the fastest 100m time in Pa history 10.4. He’s up to 215 and benches 395 and ran a 4.29 before campus shut down.
     
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  4. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Harris made a few moves in that South Carolina game I'll never forget. This clip especially.


    Staying in shape. Looks trim?


    I think we'll see next year play out exactly like this year. No one or maybe one prospect in round one, get your guy in rounds 2-3 for pennies.

    Balt, Indy, Det did it right. Love the value, fit & what they do for those teams. I mean all 3 teams could have monster run games.
     
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  5. BaconGrundleCandy

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    Agreed. They keep pumping them out. I was big on Sanders before he got a chance and feel the same about Brown. He'll be a good one. Nice ability to shed arm tackles, weak tackles at < 210. Heard he has a nice vert (40") and jump too.

    Think he might have better patience than Sanders.
     

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