Draft Preview: Three Games You Have to Watch.
ton of the Draft will be on display this afternoon. Here are the three I
think are the ones to watch the most.
@ Texas Tech-
5-11 195, WR, TCU,
#1- Runs a nice Post to
get open past the marker. Then he can split two defenders to get
extra yards. He can adjust to the badly thrown ball and tip it out
of the CBs hands. Great jab step outside to take the inside shoulder
of the CB and get open deep down the seam.
junior. He has the speed to get open deep down the Seam. He reminds
me of Green Bay WR Randell Cobb. He is more dynamic with the ball in
his hands than in pattern. He can get open from the slot after
taking the big hit from the LB. He gets piss when he drops one. He
can become the DB on the bad pass and knock it down.
love to run the end around to him a lot. He has great speed, but
will out run his blockers. He needs to run smarter, and set up his
blockers more. He wants to go full speed the second he gets the ball
in his hands. Terrific returner, but he has to secure the ball
better on returns.
can put the DE on skate with some serious aggression. Good feet
moving backwards, but needs work on his kick slide. He will give up
the Arc to the Edge, when he is peeking inside. He needs to focus on
the edge, and not the NT. Great athlete, but he struggles to sustain
blocks moving forward and backwards. His size is so enticing, but he
has to grab shirt and sustain blocks more consistently.
like to slide protection a lot, and he can slide to the left and
stuff the blitzing LB like he is a kid. Nice power to just step
forward, and shove the DE back three yards with just his arm length.
He just monstrous. They dont have move his feet as much as
youd like. He will get high and lose the leverage battle outside.
can get outside on the reverse and make a block in space. Not super
fast, but faster than his size would indicate. He can pancake the
DE, in pass pro. When he hits a smaller DE with his hands, he can
knock him right off his feet.
2018: Placed second on TCU with 598 yards rushing
on a 4.8 per carry average ... played in 11 games ... sidelined by
injury in the final two contests of the season ... his 154 yards on
12 carries against Ohio State marked the second-best total of his
career and his fourth 100-yard effort ... his 93-yard second quarter
scoring run against the Buckeyes was the longest rushing play in TCU
history, bettering the previous mark of 89 yards by LaDainian
Tomlinson versus UTEP in 2000 and San Jose State in 1999 ... it tied
for the fourth-longest play from scrimmage at TCU and was the
longest play from scrimmage allowed by Ohio State in its history
6, 183, CB, TCU, #12-
He has some snap in his hips. Great suddenness mirroring the WR on
the inside move. When he is focused and looked on he is tough to
beat. He will struggle against he big WRs because of his size. He
might have to be a Nickel in the NFL. He can cover the big guy. He
is a physical freak. He is said to run in the 4.3s (we will see), he
can allegedly squat over 600-pound and bench over 400. We will see.
is a small CB. He doesnt look 6-foot tall to me. Elite feet
moving backwards. Nice job using his feet and position to slow the
WR, but he is small and can be shoved off balance by a big WR when
he is in his pedal. He plays Off and finesse Press.
can cut off the pattern in the first 5-yards and get a little
physical. He plays better on the QBs right. Amazing feet weaving
backward in his pedal for 15 to 20 yards. He is an amazing athlete
stops instantly at the cutoff point. He just doesnt give room for
the QB to throw into. He can run stride for stride with the big long
Tall WR striding deep downfield. This guy is great in coverage. He
is a great athlete. I saw him as a 1st after I saw him shutdown
Hakeem Butler and almost intercept the ball on his last throw.
Started all 13 games ... his 9.5 tackles for a loss and 5.0 sacks
were both third on the team, behind only 2019 first- and
second-round NFL Draft picks L.J. Collier and Ben Banogu ... totaled
29 stops on the season ... had at least one tackle for a loss in
seven contests ... the Horned Frogs won all four games in which he
had a sack ... recorded three TFLs, including two sacks, as part of
a season-best five tackles in a win at SMU ... also had five stops
in a victory over Iowa State ... closed the season with sacks in
consecutive games against Oklahoma State and Cal ... also posted a
sack in the Southern game ... recovered a fumble in the win at
6-1, 245, LB- 2018 SEASON (JUNIOR): Led the Red Raiders in tackles for second time in his career as a junior team leader in solo (43), assisted (41) and total tackles (84) while playing in all 12 games, all starts has now recorded 80 or more tackles in each of his three seasons will enter his 2019 senior season needing 70 tackles to enter the Texas Tech career record book was also the team leader in tackles for loss (7.5) ranked second in quarterback hurries (6) also racked up three sacks for a total of 27 yards on the year and picked off a pass notched at least five tackles in all but two games ...posted 10 or more tackles twice, giving him eight game now for his career to reach that mark.
#96 Broderick Washington
Jr- 6-3, 305, DT
(JUNIOR): Named a team captain prior to the season started in all 12 games on the defensive line joined only Jordyn Brooks and DaMarcus Fields as the only Red Raiders to start in all 12 games led the defensive line with 41 tackles, including seven that went for a loss finished tied for second on the team in tackles for a loss three of those were credited as sacks, resulting in 29 lost yards for opponents added four quarterback hurries in the backfield recorded two or more tackles in each of the final 10 games of the season.
SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Put together a strong sophomore season
featuring a number of highlight-worthy catches appeared in 11
games on the season with nine starts from the Z receiver
position finished third on the team with 54 receptions for 687
yards was second on the team only to Antoine Wesley with seven
touchdown catches now has 13 touchdown catches over his first
two seasons, eight shy of entering the Texas Tech career record book
averaged 12.7 yards per catch overall recorded at least 60
yards through the air in all but two games caught three or more
passes in all but one game as well moved the sticks or found the
end zone on 42 of his 56 receptions on the year (75 percent).
*Jack Anderson- 6-5, 320, ORG-
(SOPHOMORE): Put together another strong season as Texas Techs starting right guard earned the start in all 12 games of the season at right guard has now started in all 25 games of his career entering the 2019 season part of an offensive line that ranked fourth in the Big 12 with only 2.08 sacks allowed per game line surrendered 25 sacks despite protecting for 535 pass attempts, which led the Big 12 and ranked sixth nationally Red Raiders ended the season among the top offenses in the country, ranking third in passing yards per game, 12th in total offense and 16th in scoring
Virginia @ Kansas State- Noon ABC:
have not seen Kansas State player this season, and they are tearing it up.
I didn't realize that they had some any prospect. Very interesting
(So.): Played in 12 games in 2018, added depth on defensive line.
Finished with 12 tackles for the season, including eight solo tackles, one sack and 3.5 tackles for loss.
Posted a sack and a quarterback hurry against Syracuse in the Camping World Bowl.
Recorded an assisted stop vs. Oklahoma. Finished with one solo stop against Kansas, Baylor and TCU
Registered two total tackles, including one solo stop, against Texas Tech.
Tallied one solo stop against Kansas State. Led the team with a career-high 2.5 tackles for loss against
Season: Made two starts this season...One of five players
to have earned their degree entering the 2019 season...Graduated
with a degree in telecommunications in December 2018. Idaho (8/31):
Assisted on a sack. Buffalo (9/7): Collected five tackles.
Two-time All-Big 12 Honorable-Mention selection (coaches). Three-Time Academic All-Big 12 Second Team selection.
Three-year starter at tackle, having played in 38 career games and starting 35.
All-Big 12 Conference First Team (Athlon Sports). All-Big 12 Conference Second Team (Phil Steele). 2018 (r-Jr.): Started 12 games at right tackle: Saw action on 950 plays, including 870 on offense.
Paved the way for the offense to average 512.3 yards of total offense per game, ranking No. 2 in the Big 12 and No. 8 nationally.
Part of the offense that averaged 40.3 points per game, No. 2 in the Big 12 and No. 10 nationally.
Member of an offense which was No. 2 in the Big 12 and No. 4 nationally for most passing yards per game (351.3).
Offense passed for more than 300 yards in 10 games and 350 or more yards in seven games.
Offense rushed for more than 150 yards in seven games and 200 in two games.
Offense produced 500 or more yards of total offense in eight games, including two with more than 600 yards.
WVU Offensive Champion: Kansas State.
#74 Scott Frantz-
6-5, 303, OT- # #79 Adam Holtore- 6-4,
302 OC- #62 Tyler Mitchell- 6-5 , 317, ORG- #83 Dalton Schoen-
6-1, 209 / WR- #7 *Isaiah Zubar-
6', 183, Jr, WR- CAREER: Enters senior season tied for eighth in school history with 127 career receptions and tied for 10th with 11 career touchdown catches Also ranks 22nd in K-State history with 1,321 career receiving yards... Has at least one catch in 31 of his 38 career games and multiple receptions in 30
contests. #34 James Gilbert-
5-9, 198, RB-
#51 Reggie Walker- 6-2,
250 D-end-CAREER: Has eight career forced fumbles to tie for third in school history one shy of the school record and tie for second nationally among active players... Has 16.0 career sacks to sit two away from entering the schools top-10 list, while his 30.0 tackles for loss are nine shy of entering the record
book. #99 Trey Dishon-
6-2, 311, DT- #20 Denzel Goolsby-
5-11, 204 Safety- #5 Da'Quan Patton-
6-1, 227, LB- .
@ Iowa- 3:30
6-2, 205, Rs-Sr, WR- I haven't seen him play yet
this season, so I'm excite. He is a size speed WR who has that knack
for the dynamic.
Has played in 44 games and has 170 career catches (fourth in school history) for 2,613 yards (fourth in program history) and 27 touchdowns (tsecond in school history) has caught a pass in 31 straight games, which is the fourth longest streak in school history has 12 career 100-yard games, which is a school record his six 100-yard receiving games in 2018 tied a school record and so did his four straight 100-yard receiving games (became first Gopher ever to notch four consecutive 100-yard receiving games in conference play) set school records in 2018 for receiving yards (1,169) and receiving touchdowns (12) has three career games (2019 Georgia Southern, 2018 Miami, Ohio and 2017 Michigan State) with three receiving touchdowns, which is a school
SEASON: Caught three passes for 28 yards against South Dakota State and completed a successful pass to Tanner Morgan for a two-point conversion made four catches for 71 yards at Fresno State hauled in 10 passes for 140 yards and three touchdowns (scores covered 73, 7 and 2 yards) against Georgia Southern, with his final touchdown coming with 13 seconds left in the game recorded eight catches for 73 yards and one touchdown at Purdue caught three passes for 38 yards and one touchdown against Illinois caught five passes for 109 yards against Nebraska caught six passes for 130 yards and one touchdown at Rutgers recorded his 12th 100-yard receiving game of his career at Rutgers, setting a school record made four catches for 37 yards and one touchdown against
Jr- 5-10, 205, DB- He has been granted a sixth
year of Eligibility. He has played four. He was super
impressive last week. He is a legit NFL FS prospect. This kid is
smart, tough and athletic. Guys like that play in the NFL.
SEASON: Broke up one pass and tallied four tackles against South Dakota State sealed victory over Fresno state for the second straight year with an interception in the end zone during the second overtime also had four tackles and one sack against Fresno State and was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week forced one fumble and made six tackles against Georgia Southern led team with nine tackles against Purdue intercepted one pass and made four tackles against Illinois tallied 10 tackles including one sack against Nebraska recorded two interceptions including a pick-six for 33 yards and three tackles against Rutgers intercepted one pass and returned it for 30 yards and finished with six tackles against
SEASON: Started against Fresno State and led the team with a career high 13 tackles missed Georgia Southern due to injury doubled career total with two interceptions to go along with six tackles against Purdue forced two fumbles and led team in tackles with seven against Illinois named Big Ten Player of the Week after leading team with 15 tackles against Nebraska recorded five tackles against
SEASON: Started against South Dakota State and recorded three tackles tallied two tackles including a sack for a nine yard loss against Fresno State forced one fumble and notched six tackles against Georgia Southern broke up two passes and registered five tackles against Purdue made three tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss recorded three tackles and one sack against Nebraska forced one fumble, broke up two passes, recorded four tackles including 1.5 for loss and assisted on a sack against
SEASON: Returned a 43-yard interception to the house for a pick six and notched two tackles against South Dakota State started against Fresno State and recorded six tackles including one sack for a loss of eight years and had two pass breakups tallied five tackles against Georgia Southern recorded eight tackles against Purdue registered five tackles against Illinois assisted on a sack and made eight tackles against Nebraska notched four tackles including 1.5 for loss against Rutgers tallied four tackles against
6-5, 322, OLT/ORT, Iowa, #74- Im sorry folks, but Iowa
OLs just dont declare early for the Draft. They got two elite
guys who could be top ten picks in the 2021 Draft. But they aint
declaring for the 2020 Draft, where they would both go in the 1st.
6-6, 320, #77, OLT, Iowa,
RS-Jr- He is a RS-Junior. Iowa guys have a tendency to stay
in school for their Senior season even if it is their Rs-Sr season,
especially OLs. He will complete his senior season this year as a
Rs-Jr and could come out. But he probably wont. If he declares,
he should be a 1st Round pick. I dont think hell declare.
6-5, 243, QB, Iowa, #4- He needs to be more consistent. He
weakness is that he is not consistent. He can make some terrible,
almost unforgivable, throws early in the game. But he plays better
as the game goes on. He has NFL size and an NFL arm. He plays in a
pro-style offense. He was better in 2018 than 2017. He is great
throwing to the TEs. He help put two TEs in the 1st Round of the
6-6, 280, EDGE, Iowa, #94- Epenesa is a great football
player. He is a 280-pound D-end who had 10.5 Sacks in 2018 (though
Im not sure I believe he is a legit 280). Those are some scary
numbers for QBs. He and Raekwon Davis scare QBs more than any other
D-ends in this Draft. Their size-speed hits destroy QBs.
6-1, 200, CB- 2018: Played in all 13 games with
seven starts at cornerback . . . recorded 39 tackles, three
interceptions for 38 yards and six pass break-ups . . . started at
cornerback in 33-7 win over Northern Illinois, recording one
assisted tackle as defense allowed just 211 yards total offense . .
. started at cornerback in 13-3 win over Iowa State as defense
allowed just 19 net rushing yards and 188 yards total offense . . .
six tackles vs. ISU, with three solo stops and three assists, to go
with one pass break-up . . . started at cornerback in 38-14 win over
Northern Iowa as defense allowed just six net rushing yards and 222
yards total offense . . . recorded five tackles vs. UNI, including
three solo stops and two assists . . . first career interception vs.
UNI, with 29 yard return . . . started at cornerback in 28-17 loss
to #18 Wisconsin . . . seven tackles vs. Wisconsin, including three
solo stops and four assists, with a shared tackle for loss. #95 Cedrick Lattimore-
6-3, 295, DL-
Saw action in 12 games, recording 21 tackles, including one sack
. . . did not see action in 33-7 win over Northern Illinois . . .
saw action in 13-3 win over Iowa State, recording one assisted
tackle as defense allowed just 19 net rushing yards and 188
yardstotal offense . . . saw action in 38-14 win over Northern Iowa
as defense allowed just six net rushing yards and 222 yards total
offense . . . recorded career-high four tackles vs. UNI, with three
solo stops and one assist, including one sack.
Saw action in 12 games, recording 12 tackles, including one sack
. . . did not see action in 33-7 win over Northern Illinois . . .
did not see action in 13-3 win over Iowa state . . . saw action in
38-14 win over Northern Iowa as defense allowed just six net rushing
yards and 222 yards total offense . . . one solo tackle and one
assist vs. UNI, including one sack..
6-3, 239, LB- 2018: Saw action in 12 games, with
three starts at middle linebacker and three starts at weakside
position . . . recorded 49 tackles, with one sack, one interception,
one pass break-up, one forced fumble and one recovered fumble.
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:
(CNN): A senior career official at the Office of Management and Budget arrived on Capitol Hill Saturday for his closed-door deposition in the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Mark Sandy, who has served under both Republican and Democrat presidents, is the first OMB official to meet with impeachment investigators after others, like OMB director and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, refused.
Sandy received a subpoena Saturday morning to appear before lawmakers, after his attorney said he would be willing to testify so long as he was subpoenaed.
"In light of an attempt by OMB to direct Mark Sandy not to appear for his scheduled deposition, and efforts to limit any testimony that does occur, the House Intelligence Committee issued a subpoena to compel his testimony," an official working on the impeachment inquiry told CNN. "As required of him by law, Mr. Sandy is complying with the subpoena and answering questions from both Democratic and Republican Members and staff."
8. People voiced their disapproval, but were ignored- It's still stunning that multiple U.S. government Ukraine experts said they believed a former Ukrainian prosecutor was making up allegations for his own benefit in order to ingratiate himself with the Trump administration and that Trump and Giuliani, instead of believing his own government's experts, believed the prosecutor. That prosecutor, Yuriy Lutsenko, was widely believed to be corrupt, as Yovanovitch explained.
noose keeps tightening around the (R)s and their illegal Government:
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent one of the first two witnesses expected to testify publicly in the House impeachment inquiry Wednesday previously told lawmakers that he raised concerns that President Donald Trump's personal attorney was poisoning U.S. policy toward Ukraine with "a campaign of lies."
Kent kept notes about what Democrats have described as "a shadow policy" in Ukraine being run in part by Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani in order to force the Ukrainian government to announce investigations into the 2016 U.S. election and Trump's potential 2020 opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden.