a little iffy for me. But he has been looking more and more like an
NFL OLT to me. He looked like a NFL OLT against Gross-Metos last
6-4, 199, WR,- He makes those flash
plays. He can dig it out of the ground or soar high and snag it. But
he doesn’t seem to make the regular consistent play.
has been very disappointing this season. He has not stepped up his
game at all. He has the physical ability to be as good as he wants,
which doesn’t seem to be as good as I want. It is all mental for
him. #2 J.K Dobbins-
5-10, 217, RB,– Yeah... he doesn't have 4-3 speed.
He has that knack for finding yards on
every carry. He is near impossible to get him behind the line. He
runs with elite vision behind his eyes. He is amazing how he bounces
off defender and pinballs forward. He was terrific last season, but
he has been so much better this season. He is so much tougher to
tackle this season. He won't get out of the 2nd. #11 Austin Mack-
6-2, 215, WR–
#14 KJ Hill-
6’, 195, WR,– Great job catching the ball through
contact. He can read the safety and fill the deep hole when he moves
#73 Jonah Jackson-
6-4, 305, OC/OLG- He has been a solid OLG for them
this season. He is a draftable OG. #76 Branden Bowen-
6-7, 325, ORT- Very good ORT for Ohio State this
season. He can struggle to get forward and outside to block on the
Chase Young- 6-5, 265, EDGE-Ouch! #4 Jonathon Cooper- 6-4, 257, DE- #53 Davon Hamilton- 6-4, 308, DT,- He is playing
better than expected. When he guesses the count, he can rip to the
QB. He gets too high in his get off, but he has great quick hands.
They try to use him like Dre'Mont Jones from last year's Draft. #67 Robert Landers- DT, 6-1, 285–
6-3, 240, LB,- Great
job getting gin the passing lane and leaping up to knock the pass
down. I have been very impressed with him this season.
Jeffrey Okudah- 6-1, 200, CB- I
mean, you just can’t throw to his side on 3rd down. He can make a
play on the ball more aggressive than the WR. When he sees the QB
throw, he is flash going from one side of the WR’s body, to slap
the ball down on the other side of his body.
Jordan Fuller- 6-2, 205. FS,– He
has become a star this season. He is making plays all over the
field. A true FS who can stuff the run, and read the QBs eyes and
cover deep. He looks like a solid Day Two Safety in this Draft. #24 Shaun Wade- 6-1, 194, CB, -
6’, 220, SS/LB,
- He has been terrific rushing the QB this season. He size
says he won't be able to do it int he NFL. But he definitely has
that knack for hitting the quarterback.
is a force hunting the RB trying to get outside, and coming down
hill to take him out. He is undersized, but he is a heck of a
rusher. He is more blitzer than Edge, but he can really rush the QB.
5-11, 182, CB,-
Tough as nail Nickel, who plays outside,
and he looks more and more like an NFL starter to me.
Josh Uche- 6-2, 250, LB-
He is a bit undersized, but a good blitzer.
6’, 218, SS-
He is playing very well this season. He was terrific against Iowa.
He has stepped it up this season and made himself more than
Draftable. He just might sneak into the back of Day Three. He has
been a force in the passing game, and not just the run
"Throw on Josh Metellus at your own risk: last season he only allowed a 41.8% completion percentage,"
Twitted", nabbed 3 interceptions and held opposing quarterbacks to a 34.3 passer rating."
has also made himself a team leader, and has top character. He was
recently invited to the Senior
Bowl, which is big for him.
Shared Defensive Player of the Game honors with the entire defense for their performance against Iowa.
Named co-Defensive Player of the Game for his performance at Maryland. Recognized four times as part of the Pro Football Focus College Big Ten Defensive Team of the Week (safety) for his performances against Middle Tennessee State, Army, Notre Dame and Michigan State. Started and made three assisted tackles, adding one pass breakup against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31). Recovered one fumble and made five tackles after starting and playing special teams against Army (Sept. 7). Registered eight tackles and one pass breakup at Wisconsin (Sept. 21). Made four tackles playing safety and special teams against Rutgers (Sept. 28). Picked off one pass and made six tackles against Iowa (Oct. 5). Notched three solo tackles playing safety and special teams at Illinois (Oct. 12). Credited with five tackles including a split-TFL at Penn State (Oct. 19). Made four tackles including one for loss and added a pass breakup against Notre Dame (Oct. 26). Picked off a pass and led the team with a career-high nine tackles at Maryland (Nov. 2), including a career-high 2.0 TFL.
Contributed six tackles against Michigan State (Nov. 16). Broke up two passes and made a pair of solo tackles at Indiana (Nov.
6-2, 232, LB-
HE should stay in school.
Junior (2019): Notched six tackles against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31) playing linebacker and contributing on special teams. Made nine total tackles playing linebacker and special teams against Army (Sept. 7). Credited with three tackles at Wisconsin (Sept.
6-2, 205, QB- He is just too inconsistent. He could make a
team and stabilize a little. But he reminds me of Elvis Grysbek. He
has some quicks on the keeper when he goes outside. He can really
6-5, 321, OL-
Dude really looks the part. He has some good feet, and I will be
watch for some signs of greatness. He is very good in pass pro, but
he needs to be great. I cannot wait to see how he does again Young
in this Game.
has some spectacular prospects. While Utah has terrific prospects all over
the roster. They are the most underrated team in the FBS, especially from
the NFL Prospects perspective. I love their Corner. He is a better pure Corner
prospect than Eric Rowe, who was taken in the 1st as a CB/FS prospect.
6’, 195, CB,
#1- This is it. This is the
match up to watch. Johnson vs Shenault, hopefully. Shenault is
mostly a Flanker, and Johnson lines up on the QB's right. So it will
be interesting to see if Johnson follows Shenault around, if he
stays on the other side.
job protecting the Edge, When the RB runs outside, he can stuff him.
He is great in coverage and tough in the run game. Love his feet
moving backwards. He is as sticky as any CB in this Draft.
146. Leki Fotu-
6-5, 335, Utah, DT, #99-
Teams double him in the run consistently. He can take on the double
team on the dive at him, and make the RB bounce it outside. He is a
rock in the middle. He is a run first DT, but he has some nice hands
after the reads pass on the stack and shed.
first-team all-conference player is one of the best defensive
tackles in the country. 2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … played in all 14 games
with 13 starts … 33 tackles (5.5 TFL, 3.0 sacks) … five tackles
vs. Arizona State … four tackles (2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. BYU …
four tackles (1.5 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. USC … four tackles (0.5 TFL)
against Oregon … four tackles vs. Northwestern in the Holiday Bowl
… three tackles vs. Northern Illinois (0.5 TFL) and UCLA.
149. Bradlee Anae-
6-3, 265, EDGE, Utah, #6-Terrific
discipline on the Edge to force the RB inside. he fins the RB much
better than the Other DLs, who get doubled in the run game. He has
some serious flash on the Edge as well. They'll drop him a lot, and
try to trick OTs as to when he is attacking the QB. He would be a
great chess piece for a smart HC like BB.
don’t have him all out rush on every passing down. Which makes him
tougher to stop when they do rush. They will line him up way outside
sometimes, he is not a pure Edgerusher. Great job bursting inside
and seeing the RB sneaking out behind him. Great agility and COD to
spin back and tackle the RB for a loss after he catches it. Voted
team captain. Nice job using his hands and feet in the rush.
#52 John Penisini- 6-2, 333, DT, Utah-
He is a huge man, whose that knack for breaking free inside. When he
short the gap he scares QBs.
all-conference defensive end is one of the best players at his
position in the country … led the Utes in sacks as a sophomore and
junior … 17 career sacks is tied for 11th in school history. 2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … started all 14 games (the
last 11 at right end) … led the Pac-12 with 8.0 sacks … 15.5
tackles for loss tied for third in the Pac-12 and ranked second on
the team … 51 tackles led the defensive line … three pass
breakups … season-high seven tackles with 1.5 TFL (1.0 sack)
6-2, 235- He is a tackling
machine. He has to show he can hold in coverage as well. He is not
expected to declare.
ON WOODWARD: A very athletic
player who has great size and runs well in pass coverage... Is a
good blitzer and can cover down the field, as well... Is versatile
enough to play both inside and outside linebacker. 2018 (SO): Earned first-team All-America honors from Pro
Football Focus (PFF) and third-team All-America honors from The
Associated Press (AP) as he started all 13 games and finished the
season with 134 tackles (52-solo, 82-assist), which included 5.0
sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss, to go along with two forced
fumbles, two interceptions, three pass breakups and four quarterback
Julian Blackmon- 6-1 204, FS/CB-
He has that knack for getting his hands on the ball. He has had
produced for more than one season. He been impressive in the
middle of the Defense. He has a lot of experience on the field and
in coverage. Playing CB helps his potential at FS in the NFL.
Two-time All-Pac-12 cornerback has moved to safety for his senior
season … MVP of the Heart of Dallas Bowl as a sophomore … has
played in 43 games with 34 starts … seven career interceptions is
tied for 18th among active FBS players … 27 career passes defended. 2019: Started seven games at free safety, missing the
Idaho State game … tied for eighth in the Pac-12 with two
interceptions … six total passes defended (4 PBU) … tied for
fourth on the team with 29 tackles … tied his career high with
eight tackles vs. Northern Illinois and also had an interception …
tied for the team lead with five tackles against BYU and returned an
interception 39 yards for a touchdown … five tackles and forced a
fumble against Arizona State. 2018:Second-team All-Pac-12 … started all 14 games at
corner … led Utah with 10 pass breakups (tied for fifth in the
Pac-12) … led Utah and tied for eighth in the Pac-12 with 11
passes defended (10 PBU, 1 INT) … 48 tackles (4.0 TFL).
143, Zack Moss-
5-10, 222, RB, Utah, #2-
He is a very impressive runner. I Love his tape. He is going to get
drafted somewhere in the middle. Solid Day Three RB who should have
no trouble making a roster. He was great against Washington. He
was flash and dashing all over the field. He is an NFL starter.
for All-America honors and national awards as a senior after earning
second-team All-Pac-12 accolades in an injury-shortened 2018 season
… one of four players in Utah history with two
1,000-yard seasons(1,173 in 2017 and 1,096 in 2018) … 2,651 career
rushing yards ranks fourth in school history, while 477 career
carries ranks seventh … 11 career 100-yard rushing games is tied
for the third most in program history … 23 career rushing
touchdowns is tied for fourth in Utah history.
#18 *Britain Covey-
5-8, 179, WR, Utah-
Here is another little slot-guy/Jack-of-all-trades-dude trying to
impress the Patriots. He is a great punt returner and he returns
kicks. He has to show more in the Slot to get drafted.
Utah’s leading receiver as a freshman in 2015 and as a
sophomore in 2018 … two-time All-Pac-12 returner (first team in
2018) and a 2015 Freshman All-American … two career 100-yard
receiving games … served a church mission to Chile after his true
freshman season … 2018 first-team Pac-12 All-Academic and CoSIDA
Academic All-District … missed spring ball while recovering from
6-2, 220, #2, WR, Colorado- He is the most dangerous WR in
the Redzone. The QB puts it up high and/or outside, or low and
outside and goes up, out, or under to get it for the TD. Great hands
and great at adjusting to the ball in the air. Great blocker. He
looks to hurt DBs when he blocks for teammates.
He was great against Washington. He had 7 caches for
100-yrads, his 3rd 100-yard game of the season. But also ran the
ball 3 times from scrimmage for 17-yards. He is clearly a top three
WR in this Draft. And with his size, hands, and suddenness he might
be number one.
He was very impressive against Washington. He can go to this third
WR. He still likes to take off too much. He is great throwing off
platform. He might be the best QB in this Draft throwing accurately
while taking off outside at full speed. But he has to learn to throw
in rhythm in the pocket much better.
can look unstoppable when he takes off and can throw to all three
levels will running away from rushers at full speed. He can throw
from multiple arm angles on the move. Very impressive. But can he
3-step and throw instantly?
Season (Sr.): Broke the school record for the longest scoring pass with a 96-yard pass to K.D. Nixon against Nebraska (9/7).
Through the first three games of the season he sits in 3rd for most passing yards in the Pac-12 and 4th for total offense in the Pac-12.
Completed 23-of-30 passes for 337 yards, three touchdowns, and added two carries for 10 yards against Arizona State. He moved past the 8,000-career passing yard mark against the Sun Devils.
Completed 26-of-43 passes for 220 yards, a pair of touchdowns, and an interception against Air Force.
Completed 28-of-41 passes for 375 yards, a pair of touchdowns, and an interception against Nebraska.
Completed 13-of-20 passes for 232 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Colorado State to open the season.
Surpassed the 7,000-yard passing mark against the Rams and moved past Kordell Stewart into second place on CU's career total offense chart.
6-2, 290, DT, Colorado,-
He is a big bruiser in the middle. They rely on him to be
tough inside, and make the plays on inside runs.
COLORADO: This Season (Jr.)—Expected to anchor the
defensive line and should be a high-level awards candidate with next
level ability … On watch lists for the Chuck Bednarik Award (top
defensive player), the Ted Hendricks Award (top defensive end) and
the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (top defensive player).
140 career tackles, needing 35 to enter the top 100 on CU’s
all-time tackle list. Prototypical inside linebacker with instincts
and physical tools to make him a next-level player … He will add
defensive play calling duties to his resume with the departure of
Rick Gamboa … Named to the watch lists for the Chuck Bednarik
Award (top defensive player), the Dick Butkus Award (top linebacker)
and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy.
Davion Taylor- 6-2, 225, OLB, Colorado, #20-
He is a super Athlete with elite speed. He will get drafted because
of his speed. But he can make some plays on the field and on the
start at CU's new Star position brought in from Coach Mel Tucker,
similar but not exact to the Buff position of the past few seasons
… On the watch list for the Butkus Award, given to the nation's
best linebacker … Named fourth-team Preseason All-Pac-12 by Athlon …
Named the No. 22 outside linebacker nationally in the preseason by Phil
Steele’s College Football … Had nine tackles in two
scrimmages and the spring game … Added four third down stops, two
pass breakups, one quarterback hurry and one tackle for loss … Had
a solid spring game with four tackles, three solo, to go with two
third down stops and two pass breakups.
Zach Baun- 6-3, 235, OLB/EDGE-
He has that knack for finding the quarterback in the backfield. He
can chase him across the field and hunt him down. Vicious hitter of
the QB. When he hits him he knows it. He tracked down the Ohio St QB
two plays in a row against Munford. That is not easy to do.
job breaking down the line, and tackling the RB cutting back against
the grain at LOS. The Pats will be looking for some OLB in the Draft
with Van Noy and Jamie Collins both free agents.
6-7, 307, 5-T/DT, Jr- Not sure he declares.
5-11, 219, #3, RB, Wisconsin-
It is rare to see a true sprinter who is also a true NFL RB. This
has has great speed and power, and elite speed.
6-3, 321, #61, OC, Wisconsin-
He is still having trouble with balance, and can get knocked off his
feet by big rushers.
Cole Van Lanen-
6-5, 312, OLT- He got the crap
beat out of him by Chase Young.
6-2, 205, Rs-Sr, WR- He is
the guy the Pats might be able to steal in the 2nd Round. He is a
patriot Type WR, with some speed.
over the middle. He lines up in the slot a lot, and can physically
get through the DB to get inside and make the catch with his hands.
5-11, 210, RB- He has some
speed outside.Well built. You
can see he spent time in the weight room. Ultra productive RB. He is
going to get drafted.
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,
or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to
petition the government for a redress of grievances:
1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written
by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of
citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want
to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article
in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:
most corrupt administration in the history of the USA.
turned the Republican Party into the Russian Party,
KGB Soviet Union Party!
AMERICA! (R)s ARE DESTROYING OUR DEMOCRACY!
“attempted” bribery, even if unsuccessful, is still bribery all the
suddenly at the center of the House’s impeachment inquiry. Last week,
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi accused President Donald Trump of
bribery when he offered “to grant or withhold military assistance” in
exchange for a public statement by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
about pursuing investigations related to the 2016 election and to Hunter
Biden. At the hearing of Marie Yovanovitch, last Friday, Republican
Representative Chris Stewart asked Yovanovitch whether she had information
about the president accepting bribes. (She said no.) Yesterday, Ambassador
a quid pro quo existed for the Ukrainian president to meet with President
Trump. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff seized upon this
“It goes right to the heart of bribery and other misdemeanors.”
the president of bribery could have incredibly important consequences
for the impeachment inquiry because, as Pelosi noted, the Constitution
specifically identifies bribery as grounds for impeachment. The
Constitution says, “The President, Vice President and all civil
Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on
Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high
Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
may be political reasons motivating the Democrats to use this specific
last weekthat the Democratic Congressional
Campaign Committee asked focus groups which term—quid
the most “compelling” way to describe Trump’s conduct.Briberywon.
the decision to use the termbriberyrather
thanquid pro quois
unremarkable from a legal perspective.Quid
pro quois a Latin phrase that means
“something for something.” As Justice Antonin Scaliaexplained20
years ago, a quid pro quo is what distinguishes bribery from other
crimes of corruption, such as graft or illegal gratuities. So people
who are familiar with the law of bribery have always understood the
discussion about whether there was a “quid pro quo” in the
dealings with Ukraine to be a discussion about whether this was a case
making this argument, they are relying on the facts that the military
aid was ultimately delivered to Ukraine and that the Ukrainian
president never made a public statement announcing those
investigations that President Trump wanted. Because things didn’t go
as President Trump wanted, some seem to think that he can’t be
guilty of bribery—he only attempted to commit bribery. This
distinction matters, according to Ingraham, because “attempted
bribery isn’t in the Constitution.”
this view is incorrect about the crime of bribery. Nothing has to
actually change hands for bribery to occur. It is enough that the
exchange was offered or suggested. The law generally defines bribery
as the “corrupt payment, receipt, or solicitation of a private favor
for official action.” That definition appears in one form or another
in criminal laws across the country..."