The 2019 Season

Has Begun. 

Pats Draft:

3 Games to Watch:

Part I. 

By TOM

PatsDraft.Com Draft Preview: Three Games You Have to Watch.

By Tom

A ton of the Draft will be on display this afternoon. Here are the three I think are the ones to watch the most. 

Clemson @ Texas A&M:

61. *Isaiah Simmons- 6-4, 225, DB/LB, Rs-Jr, Clemson, #11- He is a dude without a position. He was a DB that shifted to more of an LB last season. With the four horsemen DLs all staying in school for their senior season, it could become a trend at Clemson. He should probably stay in school and find a position, and he probably will. He is more of an OLB. He can look great blitzing the QB. He can look great dropping back as a Cover Two Safety.

73. *A.J. Terrell- 6-1, 190, CB, Clemson, #8- Terrell is another young DB who is more likely to stay in school than declare. We will see if the trend of Clemson defenders staying in school for their senior seasons continues in this Draft.

#19 Tanner Muse- 6-2, 230, SS

Veteran safety who entered 2019 with 164 career tackles (4.5 for loss), 10 passes broken up, 2.0 sacks, three interceptions for 89 yards (including a 64-yard return for a touchdown), a forced fumble and a 63-yard fumble return for a touchdown in 1,252 snaps over 44 career games (24 starts).
2019: Posted seven tackles and an interception vs. Georgia Tech.
2018: Third-team All-ACC … credited with 76 tackles (2.5 for loss), five pass breakups, 2.0 sacks and two interceptions in 664 snaps over 15 games (all starts) … recorded at least three tackles in each of Clemson’s first five games … notched a pass breakup at Texas A&M and vs. Syracuse … recorded his first interception of the season and contributed five tackles at Wake Forest.

#22 *Xavier Kelly- 6-4, 305, NT SR

Transitioned from defensive end to defensive tackle prior to the 2018 season and entered 2019 credited with 17 tackles (2.0 for loss), 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble in 169 snaps over 18 career games.
2019: Recorded two tackles and a fumble recovery vs. Georgia Tech.
2018: Credited with nine tackles (1.0 for loss) with 1.0 sack and a forced fumble in 93 snaps in 10 games.

 

17. *Tee Higgins- 6-4, 205, WR, Clemson, #5- Big tall and fast WR with great hands. He has NFL feet in pattern. Terrific job getting inside shoulder and then creating separation inside, and when the slot WR catches it underneath him he can turn and block the Safety with some prejudice. If he gets better in 2019, and there is no reason to think he won’t, he will go early than expect. He reminds me of Mike Williams.

70. *Travis Etienne- 5-10, 215, #9 RB, Clemson- He is a phenomenal talent. He is not going in the 1st. He is not active in the Passing Game at all. He has to step up in the passing game if he wants a real whiff at of the 1st Round. He is one of the best running RBs in the Draft. He has that flash and dash that you look for. But the NFL is a passing game now. He will line up outside in an Empty formation, but the QB doesn’t even look his way. -

#76 Sean Pollard- 6-5, 310, OC

Enrolled in January 2016 and has started at both guard and tackle during his Clemson career … entered 2019 having previously played 1,602 snaps over 40 games (23 starts) in his career.
2019: Played 47 snaps vs. Georgia Tech in helping Clemson to its most rushing yards (411) in a season opener since 1957.
2018: AFCA Good Works team selection … second-team All-ACC … earned second career All-ACC Academic selection … played 508 snaps over 14 games (seven starts).

#73 Tremayne Anchrum- 6-2, 315, ORT-

Became the full-time starter at right tackle in 2018 … entered 2019 having previously played 1,674 snaps over 40 games (15 starts) in his career.
2019: Played 48 snaps vs. Georgia Tech in helping Clemson to its most rushing yards (411) in a season opener since 1957.
2018: Second-team All-ACC … second-team AP All-ACC … played 805 snaps over 15 games (all starts).

#13 *Kellen Mond- 6-3, 217, QB, Jr– I like his game. If he can get a little more consistent he could be a good one in the NFL.  

2019 (JUNIOR): Was 19-for-27 throwing for 194 yards and three touchdowns, adding 25 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground.
2018 (SOPHOMORE): Started all 13 games… recorded a 134.99 QB rating … completed 238-of-415 passes for 3,107 yards and 24 touchdowns, while also rushing for 474 yards and seven touchdowns … finished sixth in the SEC in passing yards.

#13 *Kendrick Rogers- 6-4, 204, WR, Jr– He  has a chance to be a great one. He just needs more consistency. 

2019 (JUNIOR): Caught a pass for 12 yards, returning from a preseason injury, in the win over Texas State.
2018 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in 12 games, catching 27 passes for 336 yards and five touchdowns … hauled in a season-high seven catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns, the first two of his career, against No. 2 Clemson

#19 **Anthony Hines- 6-3, 226, WR, Rs-Soph

2019 (SOPHOMORE): Made his first start, making three tackles in the season-opening win over Texas State.
2018: Appeared in one game before redshirting due to a season-ending injury.
2017 (FRESHMAN): Accumulated 33 tackles, six tackles for loss, three sacks and a forced fumble in 13 games ... named to the Freshman All-SEC Team.

#52 *Justin Madubuike- 6-3, 304, DT, Jr

2019 (JUNIOR): Was in on three tackles, adding a pair of QB hurries in the win over Texas State.
2018 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 13 games, was fourth in total tackles with 40, tallied 10.5 TFL totaling 38 yards, 5.5 sacks for 31 yards lost and led the team with five QB hurries … registered three tackles and a sack for an 8-yard loss against No. 2 Clemson.

 

Stanford @ USC:

22. Walker Little- 6-7, 309, #72, OLT, Stanford- He has more trouble with balance than Andrew Thomas. I don’t think he is a 1st Round pick. He lunges, reaches, overextends, and ends up on the ground too much. He catches the edgerusher a lot rather than jabs, punches, or shoves. He gets his hands outside. He is good at grabbing shirt and arms and pulling the rusher up.

30. K.J. Costello- 6-5, 22, QB, Stanford- I like Costello as a QB more than most. He is smart and tough and knows the offense like the back of his hand. I’m not saying he is Elway, but I like the way he plays QB. If you have the size, the arm, and the athleticism to play QB in the NFL, what is the difference between the good, the bad, and the ugly? 

63. *Colby Parkinson- 6-7, 251, TE/Slot-WR, Stanford, #84- Stanford players just don’t come out as Juniors. They stay in school. They go to Stanford because they want an education. If he declares he should be a solid Day Two pick. He an excellent athlete for such a tall guy. He runs a nice fast drag route outside from inline. They like to line him up in the slot a lot.

 

62. *Paulson Adebo- 6-1, 190, CB, Stanford, #11- He is only a Junior, and Stanford Junior rarely declare early for the Draft. If he does deciares I think he is a 1st Round pick. He has great speed on the field and is very sticky. I would take him in the 1st. But he won’t declare. Players go to Stanford, not just to play football, but because they want an education and a Stanford degree.

 

#89 Christian Rector- 6-4, 275, DL, USC-

#51 **Marlon Tuipulotu- 6-3, 305, DL, Rs-Soph, USC-

#78 Jay Tufele- 6-3, 310, DT, USC-

 

#53 Drew Richmond- 6-5, 315, #53, OLT, USC-

#6 Michael Pittman Jr- 6-4, 220, WR, USC-

 

 

#89 Christian Rector- 6-4, 275, DL, USC-

CAREER: In his career, he has 98 tackles, including 20 for losses (with 12 sacks), 3 deflections, 3 fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and a 10-yard kickoff return.  He has appeared in 36 games in his career, with 13 starts.
2019: Rector will look to once again make an impact on the defensive line or at outside linebacker as a senior in 2019.
2018: Rector once again made a major impact starting as a junior in 2018, on the defensive line for the first half of the year and then at outside linebacker.  He appeared in all 12 games, with 8 starts (at defensive end at Stanford and Texas, then at outside linebacker against Washington State, Utah, Arizona State, California, UCLA and Notre Dame).  Overall in 2018, he had 48 tackles, including 9 for losses of 44 yards (with 4.5 sacks for minus 29 yards), plus 2 deflections, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble

#51 **Marlon Tuipulotu- 6-3, 305, DL, Rs-Soph, USC-

CAREER: He has 35 tackles, including 5.5 for losses (with 4.5 sacks), in his career. He has appeared in 15 games in his career, starting 11.
2019: Tuipulotu returns as a starting defensive lineman as a sophomore in 2019.
2018: Tuipulotu, who missed most of 2017 with a back injury after a promising start, returned healthy and started at nose tackle as a redshirt freshman in 2018.  Overall in 2018 while appearing in all 12 games and starting the last 10 (all but UNLV and Stanford), he had 33 tackles, including 5.5 for losses of 17 yards (with 4.5 sacks for minus 15 yards).  He was held out of 2018 spring practice while recovering from that 2017 back injury.

 

#53 Drew Richmond- 6-5, 315, #53, OLT, USC-

He came to USC in the summer of 2019 as a graduate transfer from Tennessee and is eligible to play immediately as a senior
He was a 3-year (2016-18) starter at offensive tackle at Tennessee.  He started 25 games for the Volunteers (6 as a 2016 redshirt freshman and 7 as a 2017 sophomore at left tackle and 12 as a junior at right tackle).  He redshirted as a 2015 first-year freshman.

#6 Michael Pittman Jr- 6-4, 220, WR, USC-

CAREER: In his career, he has 70 receptions for 1,244 yards (17.8 avg) with 8 TDs, plus 14 tackles and 3 blocked punts, 5 punt returns for 156 yards (31.2 avg) with 1 TD, 4 kickoff returns for 31 yards (7.8 avg) and a 9-yard rush.  He has appeared in 35 games in his career, with 17 starts.
2019: Pittman, one of the nation’s top pass catchers, returns as a starting wide receiver as a senior in 2019.
2018: Pittman made a major impact at wide receiver and on special teams as a junior in 2018.  Overall in 2018 while starting all 11 games in which he appeared (he missed the California game after injuring his left shoulder at Oregon State), he had 41 receptions for 758 yards (18.5 avg) with 6 TDs, had a 9-yard run and a 4-yard punt return and he made a tackle and blocked a punt

#78 Jay Tufele- 6-3, 310, DT, USC-

2019: Tufele, emerging as one of the nation’s top defensive linemen, figures to once again make an impact up front as a sophomore in 2019.
2018: Tufele saw signficant action on the defensive line as a redshirt freshman in 2018 and made a mark.  Overall in 2018 while appearing in all 12 games and starting 5 times (UNLV, Washington State, Utah, Oregon State, California), he had 23 tackles, including 4.5 for losses of 19 yards (with 3 sacks for minus 17 yards), plus a blocked field goal and a fumble recovery for a TD.  

 

LSU @ Texas:

8. Grant Delpit- 6-3, 203, LSU, SS #9- Delpit is the most versatile DB in this Draft. He lines up everywhere from Slot Corner to Free Safety. But he plays his best at FS. Which doesn’t mean he is bad in coverage like most Strong Safeties. He can play Slot Corner. He can play outside on the WR sometimes. But he excels at tackling RBs like he hates them. I marvel at how he can then play over the top as a Cover Two Safety on the next play.

15. Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU- 6’, 200, #22- He makes the QB throw the tough pass to the WR almost every time. He doesn’t always play the run with aggression. When the WR blocks him, he too often grabs him and just holds on. He can slide back to Cover One FS, which I think is interesting.

“Fulton started at corner for the Tigers in 2018 and was tied for second on the team with 10 passes defended when he went down with an ankle injury on Nov. 10 in a game against Arkansas.”

26. Rashard Lawrence- 6-2, 308, DT, LSU, #90- When he burst into the backfield he finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other LSU DLs off the snap.

"In the Fiesta Bowl win, Lawrence gave LSU fans a highlight reel that throws an aerosol can into the campfire of hype heading into the Tigers' 2019 season," analyst Chris Patterson said. "Lawrence dominated in the win, totaling four tackles for loss and two sacks, giving credence to the idea that he is the special sauce for LSU's defensive front."

67. Michael Divinity- 6-2, 241, ILB/Edge, LSU, #45- He always seems to be a step behind #40. He will get his chance to step up this season. He has a knack for getting through the line and pressing the QB. They will line him up on the Edge and have him rush like an Edgerusher. He has a nice spin move outside. He has garnered 6-sacks and 14 TFLs.

Outlook: Will be a defensive leader for LSU in 2019 after having a breakout year as a junior ... Moves inside in 2019 after starting 11 games at outside linebacker in 2018 ... Good communicator on the field ... Moved to the “Mack” linebacker position midway through the spring and his impact was immediate ... Tough player

92. *Jacob Phillips- 6-4, 233, ILB/Edgerusher, LSU, #6- True junior who is likely to stay in school. Not a big impact in passing game. He was better in 2018. He has to get better in 2019. He can read the run quick and get outside on the off tackle run and find the RB. Nice quick burst forward off read. Explosive moving forward. When he finds a crack, no one gets through it faster than him. He is a run around guy, not a take on the blocker guy.

#4 **K'Lavon Chaisson- OLB, 6-4, 238, -

Explosive outside linebacker that has the ability and the drive to be one of the best to ever play the position for the Tigers by the time his LSU career is over ... Had sophomore season cut short after just one game due to injury ... Is fully recovered and will be back at full strength in 2019.

#97 *Glenn Logan- OLB, 6-4, 238, -

Talented defensive end that seems to improve with each game ... Had breakout year in 2018 with 46 tackles and 4.0 sacks ... A key member of LSU’s defensive front ... Big-bodied defensive end that is good at pressuring the quarterback and difficult to run on ... Plays with a great deal of confidence ... Since arriving on campus has shed 30 pounds ... Has played in 25 games during his career, staring 12 times ... 63 career tackles with 5.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.

 

#77 *Saahdiq Charles- 6-5, 305, OLT-

LSU’s starting left tackle for the past two seasons ... Has started at three different positions in two years for the Tigers (17 at left tackle, 1 at right tackle, and 1 at right guard) ... Powerful offensive lineman that has the ability to dominant opposing defensive linemen ... Explodes off the line of scrimmage with powerful leg drive ... Still developing as a left tackle and has yet to reach his potential ... Made an immediate impact in his first year with the Tigers in 2017, starting nine games as a true freshman ... Has helped pave the way for back-to-back 1,000-yard rushers for the Tigers in 2017 and 2018 ... In two years has played in 23 games.

#2 *Justin Jefferson- 6-2, 185, WR-

A playmaking wideout that excels in making the difficult catch … Tremendous speed with great hands … Shifty receiver that is difficult to cover … Developing into one of the top receivers in college football … Has seen action in 19 games during his career, starting 12 times … Has 54 career receptions for 875 yards and 6 TDs … The third of the Jefferson brothers to play football at LSU, joining older brothers Jordan and Rickey as Tigers … All three Jefferson brothers started during their career – Jordan played quarterback for LSU from 2008-11 helping LSU to a 13-0 regular season and an appearance in the BCS National Championship Game, while Rickey played in the secondary from 2013-16.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018): Emerged as LSU’s top receiver in 2018, leading the Tigers in receptions (54), yards (875) and TDs (6) … Played in all 13 games with 12 starts … Caught at least one pass in all 13 games … Had at least five catches in seven games, which included six on three occasions (vs. Georgia, Alabama and Arkansas).

#79 *Lloyd Cushenberry III- 6-4, 315, OC

Bio: LSU's starting center for the second straight year in 2019 ... Developed into LSU's most consistent offensive lineman in what was his first season as a starter for the Tigers in 2018 … Started all 13 games at center a year ago and finished second among all LSU offensive linemen in total snaps with 973 … Tough and dependable player that rarely comes off the field … Missed only eight snaps in SEC games last year … Leader on the offensive line with tremendous technique and understanding of the game … Gives LSU a presence on the field as if there was a coach in the huddle … Works patiently with the younger offensive line, serving as a mentor to the Tiger underclassmen

#68 Damien Lewis I- 6-3, 332, OG

Bio: Enters second year as a starter on the offensive line after joining the Tigers as a junior college transfer for the 2018 season … Powerful offensive lineman with tremendous leg strength … Strongest player on the team with a 635 pound squat and a bench press of nearly 500 pounds … A road grader for the Tigers up front … Punishing blocker who excels in both pass protection and running game … One of only two offensive linemen to start every game for the Tigers in 2018, joining center Lloyd Cushenberry III ... Early enrollee for LSU as he joined the Tigers for spring practice in 2018 … For career, has played and started 13 games for the Tigers.

 

32. *Collin Johnson- 6-6, 190, WR Rs-Jr #9- The Pats are going to need another big strong WR who can go up and get the ball for Brady if they want to win the Super Bowl again. Harry has the spectacular and can go up and make the super star play where you say he is the best ever, and then drop the next one. Collin can go up and get the ball like Harry but is much bigger and more steady and consistent. He doesn’t drop the ball. Amazing at getting the CB moving backwards and then instantly turning back to the QB for the easy catch.

#11 Sam Ehlinger- 6-3, 230, QB, Texas-

#6 Devin Duvernay- 5-11, 210, WR, #6-

129. Zach Shackelford- 6-4, 305, OL, Texas, #56- A fourth-year offensive lineman who has played in 40 games and started 27 in his career. Enrolled at Texas in January 2016. One of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season.

#73 Parker Braun- 6-3, 300, OL,

81. Brandon Jones-  6’, 195, FS, Texas, #19- He will line up like an LB and blitz the edge. Nice field speed to spin out of the rush off the throw behind him and go tackle the WR. Excellent agility, speed, and COD. He can get into the backfield on the run blitz and find the RB. He can get to the side line and tackle the RB out of bounds. He’ll take bad angles sometimes getting over aggressive. 

122. Justin *Madubuike- 6-3, 304, DT, Texas A&M, #52- Appeared in all 13 games, was fourth in total tackles with 40, tallied 10.5 TFL totaling 38 yards, 5.5 sacks for 31 yards lost and led the team with five QB hurries … registered three tackles and a sack for an 8-yard loss against No. 2 Clemson.

#32 Malcolm Roach- 6-3, 290, DT, Texas-  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#9 *Collin Johnson- 6-6, 220, WR Rs-Jr-

A fourth-year wide receiver who has played in 38 games with 22 starts ...  one of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season ... enters his senior season with 150 receptions (ninth-most in school history) for 2,065 yards (10th-most in school history) and 12 touchdowns ... named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award in 2019 ... A first team preseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele in 2019 ... also named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team ... a third team preseason All-America honoree by Phil Steele and a fourth team selection by Athlon Sports in 2019 ... named third team preseason All-Big 12 by both Athlon Sports and Phil Steele in 2018 … named to 2018 Biletnikoff Award, Wuerffel Trophy and Walter Camp Award watch lists ... earned The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of the Week against TCU (2018) ... enrolled at Texas in January 2016 ... was among the top 30 wide receiver prospects in the country ... was a member of the Big 12 Commissioners’ Honor Roll (spring 2016, spring 2019).

#11 Sam Ehlinger- 6-3, 230, QB, Texas-

A third-year quarterback who enrolled at Texas in January 2017… has played in 23 career games with 20 starts ...  one of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season ... a preseason watch list candidate for the Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Wuerffel Trophy, Walter Camp Player of the Year, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award and Manning Award in 2019 ... the 2019 Big 12 Preseason Offensive Player of the Year ... named to the 2019 All-Big 12 Preseason Team ... named third team preseason All-American by Athlon Sports and fourth team by Phil Steele in 2019 ...  a first team All-Big 12 Preseason selection by Phil Steele  in 2019... 2018 semifinalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award ... named honorable mention All-Big 12 in 2018 ... set a UT record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in 2018 with 16 ... became the first player in UT history to pass for at least 25 touchdowns and rush for at least 15 in a season in 2018 ... the sixth NCAA Power 5 Conference player in the last 20 years to pass for at least 25 TDs and rush for at least 15 TDs in the same season ... the other five have won the Heisman Trophy ... just the fifth player in school history with over 5,000 career passing yards ... named third team preseason All-Big 12 by Athlon Sports as a sophomore ... was the 2015 Texas State Player of the Year and was named the MaxPreps National Junior of the Year at Westlake High School in 2015 ...  four-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (spring 2017, fall 2017, spring 2018, spring 2019) ... named to 2018 Academic All-Big 12 First Team.

 

#6 Devin Duvernay- 5-11, 210, WR, #6-

A fourth-year wide receiver who has played in all 39 games and made 17 starts ... named 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week (Oct. 17, 2016) ... was selected to participate in the 2016 Under Armour All-America Game ... also participated in the 2015 Nike “The Opening” ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie team in 2016-17 ... a five-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (fall 2016, spring 2017, fall 2017; spring 2018, spring 2019) ... named 2018 Academic All-Big 12 First Team.

#56 Zach Shackelford- 6-4, 305, OC, , – He can

A fourth-year offensive lineman who has played in 40 games and started 27 in his career ... enrolled at Texas in January 2016  ...  one of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season ... a preseason watch list candidate for the Rimington Trophy in 2019 ... a Preseason All-Big 12 selection in 2019 ... named a second team preseason All-American by Phil Steele and Athlon Sports in 2019…

#73 Parker Braun- 6-3, 300, OL, – He can

A graduate transfer offensive lineman who came to Texas after starting the last 32 of his 36 games over three seasons at Georgia Tech ... a first team preseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele … graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in literature, media and communication … a two-time first-team All-ACC selection and freshman All-American …

#32 Malcolm Roach- 6-3, 290, DT, Texas-  

A fourth-year defensive lineman who has played in all 34 career games with 11 starts ... has spent time at both defensive end and linebacker in his career ...  one of five Longhorns elected by their teammates as a captain for the 2019 season ... named to Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list in 2019 ... was named honorable mention as Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2016 ... was a four-time all-state selection ... participated in the 2016 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl … named preseason All-Big 12 by Phil Steele (3rd Team) and Athlon Sports (4th Team) … member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (spring 2018).

 

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It is Not just Trump Treason, it is the guilt of all with (R)s next to their names.

 

 

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