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    Top 5 by position

    QB:
    Teddy Bridgewater
    Derek Carr
    Johnny Manziel
    Blake Bortles
    Tahj Boyd

    RB:
    Lache Seatrunk
    Melvin Gordon
    Kadeem Carey
    Carlos Hyde
    Tre Mason

    Completely unexcited about Rbs this year personally


    WR:
    Sammy Watkins
    Marqise Lee
    Mike Evans
    Donte Moncrief
    Jordan Matthews

    TE:
    ASJ
    Jace Amaro
    Eric Ebron
    Troy Niklas (EDIT Add, just declared surpisingly)
    Arthur Lynch

    OT:
    Jake Matthews
    Greg Robinson
    Cyrus Kouandjio
    Taylor Lewan
    Sentreal Henderson

    OG:
    David Yankey
    Zach Martin
    Cyril Richardson
    Xavier Su'a-Filo
    Anthony Steen


    C:
    Travis Swanson
    Bryan Stork
    Tyler Larsen
    Centers suck this year

    34DE:
    Jadeveon Clowney
    Stephon Tuitt
    Kony Ealy
    Rashede Hageman
    Deandre Coleman

    43 DE:
    Jadeveon Clowney
    Trent Murphy
    Kony Ealy
    Trevor Reiley
    Deandre Coleman

    34 OLB:
    Anthony Barr
    Khalil Mack
    Vic Beasley
    Kyle Van Noy
    Trent Murphy

    43 OLB:
    Anthony Barr
    CJ Mosely
    Khalil Mack
    Ryan Shazier
    Christian Jones

    MLB:
    CJ Mosley
    Shayne Skov
    Max Bullough
    Yawin Smallwood
    Chris Borland

    34 NT:
    Louis Nix
    Timmy Jernigan
    Daniel Mcculers
    Ego Ferguson
    Ryan Carrethers

    43 DT:
    Louis Nix
    Rashede Hageman
    Timmy Jernigan
    Daquan Jones
    Aaron Donald

    CB:
    Justin Gilbert
    Darquez Dennard
    Jason Verrett
    Lamarcus Joyner
    Marcus Roberson

    S:
    Haha Clinton-Dix
    Bradley Roby
    Ed Reynolds
    Terrence Brooks
    Ahmad Dixon
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    Nice Work!!!

    Here's mine....In order, with overall ranking... i have a top 100 board, so i am just breaking it down by position for discussion. This will change of course... but this is where it stands as of now. I have not broken down separate schematic positions at this time.

    QB
    3 Blake Bortles QB UCF
    4 Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
    5 Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
    11 Derek Carr QB Fresno St
    53 Taj Boyd QB Clemson

    Bortles is the best combination of talent, upside, and safe
    Bridgewater is safer, with less upside
    Manziel is the riskiest with the highest upside

    1 Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
    13 Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
    16 Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida St
    18 Allen Robinson WR Penn St
    24 Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
    25 Marqise Lee WR USC
    42 Brandin Cooks WR Oregon St
    49 Odell Beckham Jr WR LSU
    54 Davante Adams WR Fresno St
    76 Donte Moncrief WR Ole Miss
    77 Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
    78 Paul Richardson WR Colorado

    Couldn't help but post all of them...

    31 Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona
    40 Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
    43 Carlos Hyde RB Ohio St
    60 Bishop Sankey RB Washington
    83 Tre Mason RB Auburn
    85 Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor
    92 Andre Williams RB Boston College

    26 Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech
    32 Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
    41 A Seferian Jenkins TE Washington
    88 Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
    96 Marcel Jensen TE Fresno St
    100 CJ Fiedorowicz TE Iowa

    OT
    6 Greg Robinson OT Auburn
    8 Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
    12 Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama
    22 Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
    33 Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee
    50 Morgan Moses OT Virginia
    52 Zach Martin OT Notre Dame
    62 James Hurst OT North Carolina
    89 La'el Collins OT LSU

    OG
    36 David Yankey OG Stanford
    38 Cyril Richardson OG Baylor
    59 Gabe Jackson OG Miss St
    71 Xavier Su'a-Filo OG UCLA
    75 Anthony Steen OG Alabama

    OC
    47 Travis Swanson OC Arkansas
    95 Tyler Larsen OC Utah St

    DT
    17 Louis Nix DT Notre Dame
    21 Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
    35 Ego Ferguson DT LSU
    45 Timmy Jernigan DT Florida St
    56 Dominque Easley DT Florida
    65 Daquan Jones DT Penn St
    79 Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
    80 Will Sutton DT Arizona

    DE
    2 Jadaveon Clowney DE South Carolina
    27 Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
    28 Trent Murphy DE Stanford
    29 Kony Ealy DE Missouri
    39 Benardick McKinney DE Miss St
    44 Chris Smith DE Arkansas
    55 Ed Stinson DE Alabama
    66 Deandre Coleman DE California
    67 Trevor Reilly DE Utah
    81 Michael Sam DE Missouri
    87 Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas

    OLB
    7 Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
    10 Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
    23 Vic Beasley OLB Clemson
    30 Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
    37 Ryan Shazier OLB Ohio St
    61 Adrian Hubbard OLB Alabama
    93 Dee Ford OLB Auburn
    94 Aaron Lynch OLB USF

    ILB
    15 CJ Mosley ILB Alabama
    64 Shayne Skov ILB Stanford
    68 Yawin Smallwood ILB Uconn

    CB
    9 Darquez Dennard CB Michigan St
    19 Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma St
    20 Jason Verrett CB TCU
    34 Bradley Roby CB Ohio St
    51 Marcus Roberson CB Florida
    63 Kyle Fuller CB Virgina Tech
    73 Quandre Diggs CB Texas
    82 EJ Gaines CB Missouri

    FS
    14 Haha Clinton-Dix FS Alabama
    46 Ed Reynolds FS Stanford
    48 Lamarcus Joyner FS Florida St
    70 Calvin Pryor FS Louisville
    74 Terrence Brooks FS Florida St
    86 Dion Bailey FS USC
    91 Kenny Ladler FS Vanderbilt

    SS
    72 Deone Buchannon SS Washington St
    90 Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor
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    Calvin Pryor completely slipped by me

    Ferguson, Easly, Sutton, and Donald are a bitch to rank for me right now...i felt weird leaving them off lol

    Paul Richardson, i like that you added him. He would be way higher if boulder wasnt such a bottom feeder, sleeper for sure

    Hubbard had a pretty bad year, he will be one to watch closely

    Im close to adding lynch in the OLB category

    Heres something you may be interested in, i thought the numbers were surprising in evaluating the QBs:

    http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cf...back-conundrum






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    thanks for the link. but I have to admit that there's nothing surprising to me in those numbers
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    Brent Urban is another guy im looking at as a potential 5 tech

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    Is there any inclination towards what comp picks we might have coming? Wallace? Lewis?
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    Nope. The US nuclear codes are more transparent than the comp pick process. Really, you can only guess based upon past picks that were awarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WindyCityShaker View Post
    Is there any inclination towards what comp picks we might have coming? Wallace? Lewis?
    Quote Originally Posted by TarlsQtr View Post
    Nope. The US nuclear codes are more transparent than the comp pick process. Really, you can only guess based upon past picks that were awarded.
    The formula is mostly based on Contract signed + Games Played/Started minus signings the team made

    Summary of Losses:
    Wallace 5 yrs / 60 mil
    Keenan 5 yrs / 26.3
    Mendy 1 yr / 2.5
    Starks 1 yr / 1.0
    Allen 1 yr / 905k
    Mundy 1 yr / 780k

    Summary of Additions
    Gradko 3 yrs / 4.95
    Moorman 1 yr / 940k
    LSH 1 yr / 780k

    Additions after the official start of the NFL season (training camp) do not count (velasco, wallace, etc)

    I think LSH / Mundy will offset
    I think Allen / Moorman will offset
    I think Gradko is out for lack of snaps

    leaving...

    Wallace = 3rd
    Definitely a 3rd. The huge contracts always return a 3rd (Mario, Finnegan, Carr). And there are no additions of significance to offset the value.

    Keenan = 4th/5th
    I'm hoping for a 4th, but it's more likely a 5th. Detroit got a 4th for Eric Wright (5 yrs / 37.5)

    Mendenhall = 6th/7th
    We might squeeze a 6th out of him due to the starts.

    Starks = 7th/N/A
    I don't know...

    So I could see:
    3rd, 4th, 7th
    or
    3rd, 5th, 6th
    or
    3rd, 5th, 7th, 7th

    Hope this helps
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    omg Moncrief <333333

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    omg Moncrief <333333
    Like him a lot!! But got to give a shout out to Dri Archer from Kent State, where I go to college. For running the fastest 40 time yesterday 4.26. Ill make my list later today, but I have to say Khalil Mack is the best OLB in the class, he's better than Barr. I said that all year to people, being a student at Kent State he dogged us, I've seen a lot of Buffalo games because here in ohio they show a lot of MAC games.

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