cmd34

Pro Bowler
August 8, 2020

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Pitts is an absolute weapon at Tight End and would give the Cowboys an embarrassment of riches for whoever is playing Quarterback in 2021. At 6'5" and 231 lbs., he can line up as a traditional inline TE or out wide, and is matchup nightmare. As far as utilization, think of him like George Kittle. Holland is in the Honey Badger/Minkah Fitzpatrick mold of nickel/slot defender. In his first two years he has 9 INT and 10 Passes Defended. He likely starts at Strong Safety but his strength is his ability to line up all over the secondary. Rumph is a bit light (225 lbs.) for a defensive lineman, but he has a great get-off, is versatile, and is technically sound (his father is a longtime college coach and was recently hired by the Texans). Davis is huge (6'5" & 355 lbs). and is probably not going to be available at pick 122 when the 2021 Draft comes around. Like a lot of tall defensive lineman, he plays too tall when he gets tired. If Kirby Smart and the rest of the Georgia staff can improve his conditioning and pass-rushing, he will be a problem. As he is, he's a powerful player who demands double teams in run blocking. Speaking of players who won't be available, keep an eye on this sleeper Allie Green IV. The Draft Network hasn't seen the light yet and still has him listed at Safety. In watching Reggie Robinson highlights, this former high school basketball star kept flashing (watch the Michigan State game).

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Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
No problem. If Dak outprices himself in Dallas, look for us to take a swing at this guy...
Started wearing #9 his Jr. year at HP, in honor of his hero Romo. That'll make 90 percent of our dumbass fans think he's great, by itself.
 

cmd34

Pro Bowler
Regarding John Stephen Jones, you can absolutley pencil him in as a 2023 UDFA signing for the Cowboys.

Regarding our dumbass fans, dbair and his ilk will absolutely insist it has nothing to do with nepoitism and that the 5'11" (sure he's 5'11") Quarterback "earned" it on his own.
 

Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
Regarding John Stephen Jones, you can absolutley pencil him in as a 2023 UDFA signing for the Cowboys.
No way. We'll use a high draft pick on him, at least a 2nd. Stevie's not going to let his som go undrafted!
 

Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
I might rage quit the Cowboys if that happens.

Like seriously.
Hell, the kid is just a red shirt freshman right now. Who's to say he doesn't catch fire and become a legit 1st rounder in the next three years?
 

cmd34

Pro Bowler
Hell, the kid is just a red shirt freshman right now. Who's to say he doesn't catch fire and become a legit 1st rounder in the next three years?
He's Johnny Manziel at best and I think that's a longshot.

Not happening.
 

cmd34

Pro Bowler
Johnny Futon? 1st rounder. Case rested.
League impact? Zero.
14 career games, 147 completions. If that's his ceiling, why would a team want to draft that.

Watch the Arkansas/LSU game from last year. He doesn't have a chance.

I can tell you how his college career goes. I think he'll end up being a grad transfer when the next Arkanas coach brings in "their QB." He'll end up somehwere like SMU or North Texas (Mason Fine is probably a better comparison for him), and throw for 3500 yards, and there will be fans, not scouts, who think he's legit.
 

Doomsday

High Plains Drifter
League impact? Zero
Correct. But, it also wasn't the meter.

Agree with your overall scenario though. I watched him at HP and also closely so far at AR and it's evident he's only on the roster because of his legacy lineage. He was only a 3 star recruit coming out of HS. Far from a blue chip prospect.
 

icup

Super Moderator
Sooooo, besides my lack of a Quarterback to appease Dodger12 ..what did you think of my mock?
why you going TE so early ? im torn on this pick because i love having talented TEs on the team and i feel like its very important in the matchup game but mccarthy doesnt seem to care for 1st rounders at the position. still, rodgers seemed to feed his starting TE's 5-8 TDs every year
 

cmd34

Pro Bowler
why you going TE so early ? im torn on this pick because i love having talented TEs on the team and i feel like its very important in the matchup game but mccarthy doesnt seem to care for 1st rounders at the position. still, rodgers seemed to feed his starting TE's 5-8 TDs every year
Because it is my belief that Jarwin is a JAG.

Also, in that simulation, Kyle PItts was by far the BPA when the Cowboys pick came up.
 
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