Discussion in 'Graveyard Shift' started by Cimmy24, Nov 21, 2013.
Let's see the pride of your team.
Mr. Grown Ass Man
Allen Robinson, WR - Penn State
Sit Down Sir
Zach Zwinak, HB - Penn State
Adrian Amos, SS - PSU
Oh You Didn't Know?
Adrian Hubbard, OLB - BAMA
Jeff Driskel, QB - Gators
Shut 'Em Down
Terrance Mitchell, CB - Nike U
I Have A LARGE...
Peniel Jean, CB - Badger Badger Badger
RD 1 CB Jonathan McKnight Arizona 5'11 168 LBS
I came into this with RB as a priority, but I saw Jon McKnight on the board I had to take him to help my secondary. He will start off as the 3rd CB with potentially moving up later in the season.
Key ATT: OVR 77, Man COV 75, Zone COV 83, TAK 76, SPD 91
RD 2 FS Calvin Pryor Louisville 6'2 209 LBS
With no value at the RB position, I decided to help beef up my secondary. Calvin won't start right away but he will provide depth and a hard hitter in the secondary and will see the field on certain packages.
Key ATT: OVR 70, JMP 89, TGH 96, SPD 85
RD 3 RB Nick Hill Michigan State 5'8 193 LBS
I figured the time was right to take a RB and Nick Hill was the guy I took. He is built a lot like MJD, short and stocky. Has good speed and acceleration, will split time with my other RB but has the potential to carry the load by the end of the season.
Key ATT: SPD 93, ACC 99, CAR 86, AGL 90
RD 4 G Bernard Taylor Indiana 6'2 304 LBS
Wanting to at some depth to my O-line, I decided to pick Benard Taylor. Bernard actually has a chance to start at the RG position to start the year. Very pleased with this pick, has a lot of upside.
Key ATT: OVR 77, RUN BLOCK 73, PASS BLOCK 74, STR 90
RD 5 DT Josh Watkins Clemson 6'4 287 LBS
After losing some guys to FA, I needed to build back up my defense line. He has a good chance to play a lot early because of my lack of depth on the D-line. Has good hit power along with solid strenght.
Key ATT: STR 79, HIT POWER 87, TAK 71
RD 6 MLB Lamar Dawson USC 6'2 237 LBS
Needed to add some depth to my MLB position. He will back up POZ and could be a key contributor on special teams.
Key ATT: TAK 73, SPD 84, HIT POWER 81
RD 7 WR Brandon Carter TCU 5'11 161 LBS
Added some depth to the WR position with this pick. Brandon will be the 4th WR on the team. Has good speed and jumping ability. Has a chance to compete for the KR position.
Ahem....Hear ye hear ye...CT is proud to announce the signings of 5 rooks to la familia...Two of the guys didn't quite "work out"...fugetaboutit...Without further ado, I present to you, the 2015-2016 Draft Class...
Cimmy now owns half of PSU
Its funny because of the scholarship reductions.
i'm not even doing this..my rookies sucked...my number 1 pick has a rating of 63...ouch...need better scouting.
Same here my draft was bad
herny henry josey josey going run all day baby
+1, took a reach on a 2nd round CB in the first because he was the only B OVR I scouted at CB, 74 OVR with 70ish coverage and slow development. Other picks weren't even worth keeping on roster
Raiders new members of the Nation
Round 1 16 overall
CB Bradley Roby Ohio State 5'11 193 lbs
76 ovr 85 zcv 93 spd 92 agi 81 hpw
Roby lines up opposite of 2013 first round pick DJ Haden as the Raiders look toward stopping the pass game of xxkimura and the Denver Broncos. Roby brings speed and power with his 81 rated hit power.
Round 1 pick 25 overall
WR Marquise Lee USC 6'0 196 lbs
93 spd 93 agi 83 cit
The Raiders beefed up their defense in free agency so it was time to get Tyrell Pryor another toy to play with. Denarius Moore had a breaking out party last season and Lee is the perfect compliment to bring a dynamic duo in the pass game. The comparisons to DJax are already starting in camp as Lee displays his speed/agility combo to the staff in Napa.
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