Borrow is the best player in this Draft, and Chase Young is the 2nd best
player in this Draft. But who is the 3rd? It ain't Tua. I just don't
see him declaring after this season. Plus, he has shown himself to be too
fragile for the SEC, which is nothing compared to the NFL. I really worry
about his leg injuries. But Young could go 3rd, if a team desperate for a
QB picks Tua 2nd overall.
it Jerry Jeudy? "He’s had an outstanding fall camp. I think the biggest thing with Jerry is going out there every day and not getting
HC Nick Saban said. "When you play receiver? You run 70 plays in a game and you run fast and you try to get open every one of those plays. They won’t all be pass
plays. But whether it’s blocking, or whatever it is, and maybe you get the ball on a big day five
times. And sometimes you’re open and you think you should get the ball.
"But it’s being able to understand that you’re creating value for yourself every time you beat the DB. He knows he got beat whether you got the ball or not.
And to build on that and play fast and be consistent, I think is the thing that he’s improved dramatically on. It’s just a matter of maturity and understanding. He’s had a great fall camp, I think, because of it and been very
He is a little frail and thin looking. But he never seems
to get hurt. He has that outside speed that terrifies defense, but he goes
over the middle over and over and keeps getting up and doing it again. What
makes him so special is that he has the outside speed, but is the best
running patterns to get open over the middle as well. However, 3rd overall is
tough to take, especially in this Draft that is loaded with WRs.
So can you take Jeudy with CeeDee Lamb crawling up behind
him. Lamb is the most electric and elusive WR with the ball in his
hands. "I kind of said this on the sideline during the game, this is all just
said, after ripping up Iowa State with eight passes for 167, and two spectacular
runs after the catch for TDs. "The main objective is to not go to the ground. If that means cut across the field, then I’m definitely going to do that and try to get to the end zone."
He doesn't just make a guy miss when he is running, he consistently and
impossible makes three or four guys miss and runs through six or seven
guys for a TD.
"I certainly hope so, because I don’t want to play anybody better than
DC Tim DeRuyter said. "I think he’s the most dangerous skill guy in our conference. … I’m hoping that maybe he wakes up with a bad sore throat or something on Saturday. I don’t want him to be hurt, but maybe a gut
injury from Thanksgiving." He is the most physically talented WR in this Draft.
He is amazing
twitchy, sudden, and fast, for a guy his size. "Boy, he's big and
physical," Cal HC Wilcox said. "He can run. He catches the ball in traffic. He can separate. He gets open. He’s an excellent football player.
You’d love to just deny him the ball the whole time. But some of the ways they get it to
him you can’t." He is listed at 6-2 220,
and is every bit as fast as Jeudy and Lamb with the ball in his hands.
could be number two, but he struggles to stay healthy. "He's
everywhere," Cal CB Josh Drayden said. "They love to get him the
ball. He’s explosive, with good hands, and is fast. He’s kind of the
total package." He is too physical
for his own good, which a lot of coaches will see as a positive.
going to be the 3rd pick in the Draft? "His work ethic," Ohio ST
Hafley said. "You know he’s an exceptional athlete. He’s got size, speed. He’s got great feet. He loves football, and he practices hard every single
down. It's just
listed at 6-1 200, which is great size for a CB and he shuts everyone down
on the QB's right. "He’s done a good job of taking on the technique that Jeff
is teaching him and embracing that," Ohio State HC Ryan Day said.
"I think the big thing for Jeff [Okudah] is, where are we going to go as we get into the middle of the
season?" He is smooth and makes it look easy.
He is not
as twitchy, but he reminds me of Charles Woodson. "He's spending a lot of time listening to the
'why'. Like he's starting to understand why certain [passing] routes are
said. "So I think he's seeing the game a little bit different, and that slows it down for him. Mentally, I think he's becoming a better football player."
Woodson was drafted 4th overall.
Okudah could easy go 3rd overall.
"He plays hard. He’s one of our best leaders," Georgia HC Kirby
Smart said. "I thought he was as close to himself as he could have been, and hopefully he continues to improve this week and getting back to his old
self." He has been sinking in the ranks a little.
watched him last week expecting to seem him struggle just a little. But he
didn't. He has such a great feel for position moving backwards in his kickslide.
When he keeps his position, you have to get past his long arms to reach
the QB. That is nearly impossible to do. I thought his feet, understanding,
and feel on the edge all improved this season.
near perfect yesterday against A&M. "Just my strength," Andrew
Thomas said. "I felt like I was pretty athletic in high school but my whole strength level has increased. My power cleans and my squat. My bench. I’m just a much stronger player now than I was then and that helps on the field."
He should still go top five or seven.
How about Derrick
Brown? "I was at Tennessee when Reggie White was there and at Alabama when Marcell Dareus was there,"
Kevin Steele said. "You just don't see many guys walking around like that with that kind of size, power and athleticism. Derrick does things that only the best of the best of the best can do."
This to probably too tough a
question this far from the Draft. I thought he struggled to find the
ball last season. He has completely destroyed and sacked that
assessment of his skills. He is finding the ball carrier in the backfield
like metal-detector to gold. He is a much better player than last
season. He has been one of the best DLs playing behind his eyes to
find the ball carrier in the backfield.
go 3rd overall, if an ex-D-Coordinator is the Head Coach of the team
picking 3rd. "He's just so disruptive and makes everybody around him better. You gotta know where he is on the field at all times,"
Auburns assistant-HC and D-line Coach Rodney Garner said, and
he coached Seymour and Marcus Stroud in college. "Derrick is a combination of Seymour and Stroud. He has the athleticism of Seymour and the power of Stroud, and that's a deadly combination. I remember talking to Bill Belichick one time, and he paid
(Richard Seymour) one of the best compliments. He said he could play every position on the defensive line, and that's what Derrick can do and do it at a high level."
He makes plays everywhere on the D-line, and he plays in Odd and Even
has top level character. "He has a great head on his shoulders and doesn't get too high or too low,"
Auburn HC Malzahn said. "I could see him doing a number of things and being successful at whatever he puts his mind to."
His dad was in the Army.
now I'm thinking the guy most likely to go 2nd or 3rd (depending on Young)
is Justin Herbert. I loved everything he brought to the field physically
last season. He has everything you want physically in a QB. But last
season he certainly didn't have it all mentally. But this season he is
doing everything right. You have to throw out all the Tape from last
him the last two games (three if you included yesterday;) and he has been great, mentally. "He’s definitely the best one
I’ve been around. This guy is all of 6-6, he’s 240 pounds," Cristobal
said. "[He's] driven, determined, hungry, off-the-charts smart,
can make every throw, can run. [He] can run the entire offense, can manage the run game, can flip protections."
He also stepped it up in the clutch.
Jacob Eason look like a lost freshman, compared to him against
Washington. "He can do it all. He really is that kind of a guy. He’s loved by his teammates,
everyone just thinks the world of him. He’s a grinder." He has so
clearly matured mentally enough to be the 2nd pick in the Draft.
have been consistently spot on this season. "He’s what you want man, and he’s as humble as it gets. He’s a true senior now and he hasn’t played a full season yet. This guy, the sky’s the limit for him. His best football is ahead of
him." He has everything you want in a QB physically, and shown
everything you want to see from a QB mentally this season.
be surprised if Herbert hops over Chase. "He just felt like there’s some unfinished
business," Cristobal said. "[He] knows he’s got a great thing going, and knows that the culture that we’ve developed is getting stronger and
better. He has some goals that he wants to accomplish at the college level and he’s ready to do
so." I think he'll make Young the 3rd pick in the 2020 NFL
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
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:
F-ing Did it."
it! And is proud of it.
"WASHINGTON — House Democrats are going public next week with a case to impeach President Trump that is narrowly focused on his alleged abuse of power with respect to Ukraine, putting aside — for now at least — other potential high crimes and misdemeanors in hopes of making as clear an argument as possible.
The opening salvo in the public hearings will be the argument Democrats find most compelling: whether the president abused his power with his request that the Ukrainian government investigate his political rivals as he was holding up congressionally approved aid to the country.
The hearings will feature three State Department witnesses who say they witnessed an effort led by Trump’s lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, to influence U.S. policy with the country.
The exclusion of other issues in next week’s hearings — such as obstruction of justice or violations of the constitution’s ban on the president making profit from his office — is not a sign that those issues won’t potentially be included in articles down the road, according to a senior Democratic aide.
Beyond an article of impeachment over abuse of power, there is division among Democrats on how broad the impeachment inquiry should go. It is a division likely to come to a head as the House Judiciary Committee writes the articles of impeachment, which may not happen until December. Several Democrats say that no decision on articles has been made and that they will rely in part on evidence that comes out during public hearings..."
are now saying that letting the Soviet Union's KGB and evil spy master
Putin interfere in our election, and have foreign powers dig up dirt
against true American Patriots to interfere in our elections is acceptable
say it is TREASON.
"Donald Trump called a U.S. diplomat and close GOP associate in July for an update on efforts to push Ukraine to investigate his Democratic adversaries, a witness in the House’s impeachment inquiry revealed Wednesday.
The existence of the call — relayed by William Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, during the first public hearing since the inquiry began — delivered Democrats an explosive new detail and underscored the depth of Trump’s fixation with targeting Joe Biden and his son Hunter, as well as his alleged effort to exploit a U.S. ally at war with Russia in order to boost his 2020 reelection campaign.
"As the hearing unfolded, Democrats repeatedly tied Trump's effort to life-and-death questions about whether the president's handling of Ukraine endangered not just the lives of Ukrainian soldiers but also U.S. national security. Their goal: to convince Americans that Trump abused his office and committed offenses that can be remedied only by impeachment and removal from office.
“If this is not impeachable conduct, what..."
"is? Does the oath of office itself ... still have meaning?” said House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).
"With Schiff's opening statement, the House’s historic sprint toward Trump's impeachment began.
The most explosive revelation came from Taylor, who told lawmakers that one of his aides overheard Gordon Sondland — the U.S. ambassador to the European Union and a top Trump campaign donor — on the phone with the president, during which the aide could hear Trump ask about “the investigations.” Taylor said Sondland told the president that the Ukrainians were “ready to move forward.”"
is not who we are! We are not the Corrupt! We are not the TREASONOUS! WE
ARE NOT THE EXTORTERS!