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Part III. 


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. 

Auburn @ Texas A&M- 3:30 CBS:

#91 Nick Coe- 6-5, 291, #91, Auburn, DL-

#5 Derrick Brown- 6-5, 318, #5 Auburn

#3 Marlon Davidson- 6-5, 278, DT/5-Tech, #3, Auburn

#1*Big Kat Bryant- OLB/DE 6-5, 247- He is fast to the QB when he can swipe the ORT’s arms down. He has some speed downfield. He scooped up a fumble at the 10 and almost ran it back for a 90-yard TD against Oregon.

#13 Javaris Davis- CB, 5-10, 180

#4 *Noah Igbinoghene- CB, 5-11, 200, -

#24 Daniel Thomas- 5-11, 209, SS




#76 Prince Tega Wanogho- 6-7, 307, OLT, Auburn,- Powerful blocking down on the DT. He can be slow off the smap sometimes.

#71 Jack Driscoll-  ORT, 6-5, 296, -

#77 Marquel Harrell- OLG, 6-3, 309


#91 Nick Coe- 6-5, 291, #91, Auburn, DL- Charge upfield too fast without protecting the edge. Struggles to read screens.

#5 Derrick Brown- 6-5, 318, #5 Auburn- Tough standing up OLs, but he has to find the damn RB. He can dig under the OC and OLG and garb the RB by the foot. I like when he digs under OLs. Nice explosion to hop past the OC right off the snap. Nice power swim over the ORG. When he gets low and pushes the ORG up he ahs some great power to the hole. Great hop out to eh OC right and curl to the QB. But again, he handed the ball off.

#3 Marlon Davidson- 6-5, 278, DT/5-Tech- He can get to the other side of the line and tackle the RB when he sees it. He has nice quicks inside.


#1*Big Kat Bryant- OLB/DE 6-5, 247

2018Reserve defensive end … 18 tackles for season … sack, two tackles vs. Alabama State … two stops vs. Arkansas … first career start came against Southern Miss … sack, PBU, QB hurry vs. Tennessee … ejected from Georgia game for targeting … sack and forced fumble against Liberty ... scored on a 20-yard interception return vs. Purdue in Music City Bowl.

#13 Javaris Davis- CB, 5-10, 180

2018: Returning starter at corner and nickel … 107 career tackles … 41 tackles, 8 PBU for season … four solo tackles in Washington win … recorded six stops and a PBU against LSU … 57-yard interception return vs. Arkansas … four tackles, two PBU at Mississippi State … eight tackles, two TFL against Tennessee … five solo tackles, two PBU at Ole Miss … 15-yard interception, 6-yard sack, four tackles in Music City Bowl vs. Purdue ... preseason: Bednarik Award watch list; all-SEC 3rd team (SEC media/coaches), 4th (Phil Steele) .

#4 *Noah Igbinoghene- CB, 5-11, 200, - He is a track guy who also returns Kick. Elite speed outside. He also played some WR for Auburn. He is track guy who has the speed but can't find a position. He will try it at CB this season.

2017Speedy true freshman who contributes on returns … first reception came against Georgia Southern … 3 catches gained 24 yards vs. Mercer … two kick returns of 26 and 23 yards vs. Mississippi State … 70-yard kickoff return vs. Ole Miss ... 174 yards on six kick returns vs. UCF in Peach Bowl ... Academic Top Tiger.

#24 Daniel Thomas- 5-11, 209, SS2018Starter at strong safety … 125 career tackles … team-best eight tackles, PBU vs. Washington … two interceptions vs. Alabama State, including a 29-yard touchdown … four tackles vs. LSU … leading tackler with six stops and a 40-yard fumble recovery against Arkansas … three tackles vs. Southern Miss … eight tackles vs. Mississippi State … six tackles vs. Tennessee … 10 tackles at Ole Miss … career-best 12 tackles, a forced fumble and a TFL in the Texas A&M win … nine tackles and forced a Georgia fumble … six tackles at Alabama.


31. Prince Tega Wanogho- 6-7, 307, OLT, Auburn, 376- Oregon didn’t rush his lane on the first 3rd and long. Then the DT tried to swing around the OLG, and he stoned him with two hands. Better when the big D-end doesn’t get a great blast off and he can shuffle back and catch him. I’d like to see more slide. He lost his feet twice in the 1st quarter against Oregon and let the rusher get past him.

#71 Jack Driscoll-  ORT, 6-5, 296, - He is a graduate transfer from UMass who is expected to start at Right Tackle. I'll be routing for him.

2018: Grad transfer from UMass who earned the starting job at right tackle ... started every game ... AD Honor Roll and SEC first-year academic honor roll .
UMass (2015-17)Started 20 games in two seasons … 2017 Phil Steele all-independent first team and all-ECAC second team after starting 12 games at right tackle … played in nine games as a redshirt freshman, starting eight, playing left guard and tackle … honorable mention Freshman All-America … redshirted 2015 season … graduated with honors in three years with a bachelor’s degree in hospitality and tourism management.

#77 Marquel Harrell- OLG, 6-3, 309

2018Returning starter at left guard … third team all-SEC (Phil Steele) ... started every game ... preseason: all-SEC 3rd team (SEC media/coaches) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2017Offensive guard gaining a bigger role … saw significant action at LSU with injuries to Mike Horton and Casey Dunn … made first start at Arkansas … also a starter vs. Georgia, ULM, Alabama and in the SEC championship.

#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.  

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

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







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






#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.  



Notre Dame @ Georgia- 8:00 CBS:

#53 Khalid Kareem- 6-4, 285, DE/5-Tech- He is big and quick and looks like he has some juice getting to the QB against Louisville.

#42. Julian Okwara- 6-5, 241, D-end- He is not great once the OT gets his hands in his shirt. He has to work on his hand fighting if he wants to be a legit Edge in the NFL.

#9 Daelin Hayes- DE, 6-4, 266, - He will drop out of the rush and spy the QB. He can play the QB’s eyes in coverage.

#5 Troy Pride- Rr-Jr, CB 5-11 1/2, 194-  

#20 Shaun Crawford (rJr.) CB 5-9.1/8 181-

#11 Alohi Gilman- 5-10 1/2", 202, S/LB, RS-Jr- He is starting at Safety this season. He played well against Louisville.

#22 Asmar Bilal- LB, 6-2, 227, Sr -

#21 Jalen Elliott- S. 6-1, 210, Sr -

#9 Daelin Hayes- DE, 6-4, 266, - He is a good blister on the surprise blitz.

#8 *Donte Vaughn- CB, 6-3, 212, -
































#12 *Ian Book- QB, 6’-200, Jr- He is throwing with much better accuracy this season. But he is running way too much. At his size he has to throw it in the NFL.

#83 Chase Claypool (Jr.) WR 6-4.3, 227- He is good running  with the ball in his hands when he can use his size and speed, but he is not sudden or quick to make guys miss when running. He loves to catch it and run inside across the field to try and make the big play. Great hands catcher. He has great big hands that are soft as marshmallows.

#74 Liam Eichenberg- 6-6.1, 305, OLT, Notre Dame,-

#78 Tommy Kraemer- (rSo.) RT/RG 6-5.5/8 316- When their one the One they run behind him.

#10 Chris Finke- WR, 5-10, 184,-


13. *Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia, 6-2, 220, #11- He reads it so fast that it is tough to sack him. He has an NFL QB mind. He has the arm. He can throw it 50-yards down field. He was remarkable in the SEC Champ game showing the clutch gene that all NFL QB’s need.

25. *D'Andre Swift- 5-9, 215, RB, Georgia, #7- He is a phenomenal RB. I like him as an RB, but in the SEC Champ game he really showed his speed against Alabama. He is also stronger than he looks. I didn’t know he had that speed. Terrific receiver out of the backfield. He can catch the ball over his head flying out of the backfield. Terrific 3rd down back. He is such a great check down for Fromm. When there is nothing, he dumps it off to Swift every time. He is a guy who can change an offense as a rookie.

11. Andrew Thomas- OLT, Georgia- 6-6, 310, #71- Great feet moving backwards in pass pro. He is quick and explosive moving forward in run game. He can really give a big hit. When he gets his hands in the D-end’s shirt first, he wins and turns him outside. He knows how to control the rusher on the edge.

141. Ben Cleveland-  6-6, 335, Rs-Jr, ORG #74-

#66 *Solomon Kindley-  6-4, 335, Jr, OLG- If he declares he could go ahead of Cleveland. 

2019: Has started all three games at left guard thus far...named one of three team captains for season opener at Vanderbilt...Outland Trophy Watch List...Sports Illustrated Preseason All-America Second Team...Preseason All-SEC Second Team Offense by media.
2018: Started all 14 games at left guard...played in 75 percent of Georgia's offensive snaps during the Bulldogs' eight SEC games...left Vanderbilt game with an injury but returned the following week as a starter at of three winners of Most Improved Offensive Player award at team's post-season awards gala.

#9 *Demetris Robertson-  6', 190, WR, Jr-  

2019: Has played in two of three games thus far and has six catches for 44 yards and two TDs...scored the Bulldogs' first TD of the season, a 3-yard pass in the first quarter vs. Vanderbilt.
2018: Saw action in nine of 14 games...Georgia's leading rusher vs. Austin Peay, rushing once for 72 yards and a TD...also had a 23-yard rush vs. Middle Tennessee...rushed once vs. UMass and gained 12 yards.



35. J.R. Reed- Safety, Georgia- 6-1, 194, #20- I love this kid. Great football player. He is a rough and ready run-stuffing free safety. He is a great leader for this defense. They lost most of the leadership in their secondary in the 2017 Draft. He stepped into that void and made all the calls. He set up guys who are out of place. 

He flies up fast against outside runs. Reckless defender. He is not afraid to sacrifice his body to make the play. He can play the ball in the air from center field. He can get outside the Seam from Cover One to intercept it. He can catch the ball through contact, slamming through the WR to grab it. Great on field speed and instincts. 

#2 *Richard LeCounte-  5-11, 190, SS

2019: Has started all three games at safety thus's fourth-leading tackler to date with 10 total stops (5 solo, 5 assists)...preseason All-SEC Third Team Defense by media.
2018: Started 13 of 14 games...the Bulldogs' leading tackler, with 74 total stops, including a tackle for loss and three pass 10 total tackles vs. South Carolina...first career interception vs. Alabama, with a 29-yard return.
#32 *Monty Rice-  6-1, 235, ILB
2019: Has played and started at LB in all three games thus far...second on the team with 15 total stops, including 1.5 tackles for loss...also has two QB pressures.
2018: Played in nine games, starting in five...Georgia's third-leading tackler with 59 total stops, despite missing five games (Missouri, UMass, Ga. Tech, Alabama, Texas) due to injury.

#52 Tyler Clark- 6-4, 300, DT- I

2019: Has started all three games thus far...leads all interior linemen with 10 total stops, including 1.5 sacks and another assisted tackle for loss...also has six QB pressures...preseason All-SEC Third Team Defense by media.
2018: Played in all 14 games, starting in 10...has 31 total stops, with 4.0 tackles for loss, one QB sack, three batted-down passes and three QB five tackles in each of the last two games of the season, vs. Alabama and Texas.


Oklahoma State @ Texas- 7:30 ABC:

51. *Tylan Wallace- 6’, 185, WR, Oklahoma ST, #2- He had elite production last year in OK ST’s wacky system. Their QB can really fling it. He led the country with an interesting stat of 63 catches last season of over 10-yards (not total catches). He averaged 17.3 YPC. He was the finalist for the Biletnikoff, which is a big deal because it usually goes to Seniors. They don’t like to give it young guys. He’s a one-year wonder who exploded onto the scene last season.

He is a true Junior. He had maybe the best game of the season against Texas, garnering 222-yards receiving and 2-TDs off 10 catches. He garnered 1,491-yards and 12 TDs, on 86 receptions for the season. He plays in a no huddle spread offense that throws almost every down. He has that knack for getting over the top of the Corner. Very good hands. He can leap up and snag the high pass as the CB is diving and grabbing his feet. 

#4 A.J. Green- 6-1, 190, WR

A battle-tested performer who has started every game since the beginning of his sophomore season and has turned in strong showings against some of the Big 12’s best wideouts.
2018: Earned second-team All-Big 12 honors as voted by the league’s coaches ... Consistently matched up against some of the best receivers in the Big 12 and ranked among the conference leaders in passes broken up with 11 ... Had an interception against Texas Tech ... Posted 49 tackles (39 solo).

51. **Chuba Hubbard- 6-1, 207, RB, Rs-Soph- 2018: One of five finalists for the Cornish Trophy presented to the top Canadian student-athlete in NCAA football ... Took over as OSU’s primary running back when Justice Hill was lost to injury in the Bedlam game ... In his four games as the featured back (at No. 6 Oklahoma, vs. No. 7 West Virginia, at TCU and vs. No. 23 Missouri in the Liberty Bowl), he averaged 106.3 rushing yards per contest and 5.4 yards per carry.

#75 Marcus Keyes- 6-3, 309, Rs-Sr, OLG

2018: An Academic All-Big 12 honoree for the second time in his career ... Played in all 13 games and started at left guard in 11 of those contests ... Served as a game captain against Kansas and Baylor ... Helped pave the way for a Cowboy offense that ranked in the top 15 nationally in scoring offense, total offense, passing offense and first downs.

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. 

#23 Jeffrey McCulloch- 6-3, 245, ILB #52- 

A fourth-year linebacker who has played in 36 career games with six starts ... named 2017 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team ... was an all-state and two-time all-district honoree ... selected to participate in the 2016 Under Armour All-America Game ... also participated in Nike’s 2015 The Opening ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie team in 2016-17 ... three-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (spring 2017, spring 2018, spring 2019) ... named 2018 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team ... A fourth team preseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele in 2019.

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




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,  



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