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Early look at 2020 draft from Paul Emery

Milton : 8/13/2019 11:25 pm
He is a very good draftnik (with an excellent track record) who flies under the radar because he hasn't mastered the art of self-promotion.
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Jerry Jeudy – WR – Alabama. Explosive athlete who is a genuine deep threat. Looks a bit leggy frame wise, but he can still change direction, including some highly effective double moves. Catches the ball away from his body. Despite being a little thin, he’s a willing blocker.

Grant Delpit – S – LSU. Tall, thin safety who can also cover effectively man-to-man. Reads the quarterback really well and makes plays on the ball. Aggressive against the run, a little too much so at times, but should be better with another year of experience.

Tua Tagovailoa – QB – Alabama. 6’0& #8243; QB, but has 10 1/8& #8243; hands. Athletic, but will run to pass. Really good with his eyes and can throw with touch, timing and anticipation. If he improves his deep ball accuracy in 2019, I might make him elite. Durability is the main concern.

Derrick Brown – DL – Auburn. Surprised many by deciding to return, but was inconsistent in 2018. He has the ability to kick it into an extra gear and dominate games with power.

Isaiah Simmons – LB – Clemson. Former safety who will be in his second year at LB in 2019. Has long arms and is starting to use them to help him get off blocks. Looks outstanding in coverage, moves well enough to stay with some WR’s and certainly TE’s. Uses his long arms to knock the ball out without making early contact. Fits the modern trend of tall LB’s who can cover.

Jeffrey Okudah – CB – Ohio State. Tall corner with long arms that are his get out of jail card. Also has an impressive recovery burst. Just as comfortable “clicking and closing” as he is in man, although he just has to watch the odd time where he gets overly “grabby”. The only negative is lack of INT’s, but he does get his head around to find the ball, so I suspect they will come in 2019.

CeeDee Lamb – WR – Oklahoma. Has excellent body control, can stop on a dime to create separation. Looks to win inside, which puts him in control. Can have a slow/choppy release off the line, but that can be corrected. Looks athletic and smooth after the catch.

Travon Diggs – CB – Alabama. Tall corner with long arms and uses them to his advantage. Can turn and run in man, and then get his head around to find the ball. There’s a little tightness in the hips, but that’s often the case with taller corners. May be viewed as a single high by some teams.

Javon Kinlaw – DL – South Carolina. Tall man who can two gap, but can also rush the passer. Has heavy hands and will use a nice swim move after he jolts his man on his heels. Balance is a question mark.

Jabari Zuniga – ER/DL – Florida. Often played inside in 2018, but may benefit from playing more often on the edge in place of Polite. I actually had him ahead of Polite on my in-season board.

Chase Young – ER – Ohio State. He’s a little difficult to get a handle on. Explosion off the snap isn’t there at times, but in flashes it is. Smooth athlete. Uses his hands initially, but if he can’t slide off his man, he has no counter. Has length and power.

The rest of his Top 100 (with comments on each of them) - ( New Window )
As it stands right now, I see four main needs for this team:  
Anakim : 8/13/2019 11:44 pm : link
1. A true #1 WR WITH SIZE - Jerry Jeudy is fantastic, but he's going to go in the top-10. Collin Johnson of Texas, and Tee Higgins of Clemson are excellent options. Higgins is the next big Clemson WR (though Justyn Ross is a star and will be a high first rounder in 2021). Laviska Shenault Jr. of Colorado is an absolute weapon, as is CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma. I'm very interested in seeing both Michael Pittman Jr. of USC and Chase Claypool of Notre Dame. A sleeper may be this kid from Liberty, who Draft Twitter seems to love.

2. A starting RT - we don't know how Remmers will do. And even if he does well, he's a UFA at the end of the year. Luckily, the 2020 class is pretty deep in OTs.

3. An EDGE - Alabama has a few guys that will make some noise. Ohio State has a stud in Chase Young. If he can stay on the field, K'Lavon Chaisson will be a beast for LSU.

4. An ILB - Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama ILB, but his runningmate Anfernee Jennings is good in his own right. Paddy Fisher of Northwestern is ultra productive and well-rounded.
Travon Diggs  
Pete in MD : 8/13/2019 11:48 pm : link
is Minnesota Viking Stefon's brother.
RE: As it stands right now, I see four main needs for this team:  
The_Boss : 8/14/2019 12:01 am : link
In comment 14529784 Anakim said:
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1. A true #1 WR WITH SIZE - Jerry Jeudy is fantastic, but he's going to go in the top-10. Collin Johnson of Texas, and Tee Higgins of Clemson are excellent options. Higgins is the next big Clemson WR (though Justyn Ross is a star and will be a high first rounder in 2021). Laviska Shenault Jr. of Colorado is an absolute weapon, as is CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma. I'm very interested in seeing both Michael Pittman Jr. of USC and Chase Claypool of Notre Dame. A sleeper may be this kid from Liberty, who Draft Twitter seems to love.

2. A starting RT - we don't know how Remmers will do. And even if he does well, he's a UFA at the end of the year. Luckily, the 2020 class is pretty deep in OTs.

3. An EDGE - Alabama has a few guys that will make some noise. Ohio State has a stud in Chase Young. If he can stay on the field, K'Lavon Chaisson will be a beast for LSU.

4. An ILB - Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama ILB, but his runningmate Anfernee Jennings is good in his own right. Paddy Fisher of Northwestern is ultra productive and well-rounded.


Might as well add a true CF at FS for #5.
A long term answer at OC could be “honorable mention” as well.

Shenault is an interesting  
BSIMatt : 8/14/2019 12:07 am : link
Player.
Anakim  
robbieballs2003 : 8/14/2019 12:09 am : link
I agree with those top positions. I'd throw C in there as well. And we have everybody's, or at least BBI's favorite, center.

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Tyler Biadasz – C – Wisconsin. I thought his tape was hit and miss in 2018, but did look better down the stretch. Can get off balance by lunging at his man – if he can get that out of his game to help his balance, he’ll rise.
Doesn't seem all that excited about the QB prospects.  
bceagle05 : 8/14/2019 12:45 am : link
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I don't get all caught up in the draftnik stuff  
BigBlueBuff : 8/14/2019 2:14 am : link
anymore, and I pretty much only follow FSU and the ACC but two Seminole underclassmen to watch that weren't mentioned here are DL Marvin Wilson and WR Tamorrion Terry.

Anyone who spends any time covering/watching FSU would list those two above Levonta Taylor, although he's poised for a bit of a bounce back year.. Cam Akers' season and perception will come down to whether the offensive line can get in the way of anyone this year and allow him to showcase his enormous talent.
Don't kid yourself, This team still has lots of needs  
.McL. : 8/14/2019 3:58 am : link
In no particular order:
OC
RT & LT (Don't expect Remmers or Solder to last more than 1 or 2 more seasons after this)
WR

FS
ER (at least 1, maybe 2 depending on Carter & Ximines)
LB (at least 2)
CB (# is dependent on how the ones we have develop, this might be Jenkins' last year)

More depth everywhere!
RE: As it stands right now, I see four main needs for this team:  
short lease : 8/14/2019 4:00 am : link
In comment 14529784 Anakim said:
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1. A true #1 WR WITH SIZE - Jerry Jeudy is fantastic, but he's going to go in the top-10. Collin Johnson of Texas, and Tee Higgins of Clemson are excellent options. Higgins is the next big Clemson WR (though Justyn Ross is a star and will be a high first rounder in 2021). Laviska Shenault Jr. of Colorado is an absolute weapon, as is CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma. I'm very interested in seeing both Michael Pittman Jr. of USC and Chase Claypool of Notre Dame. A sleeper may be this kid from Liberty, who Draft Twitter seems to love.

2. A starting RT - we don't know how Remmers will do. And even if he does well, he's a UFA at the end of the year. Luckily, the 2020 class is pretty deep in OTs.

3. An EDGE - Alabama has a few guys that will make some noise. Ohio State has a stud in Chase Young. If he can stay on the field, K'Lavon Chaisson will be a beast for LSU.

4. An ILB - Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama ILB, but his runningmate Anfernee Jennings is good in his own right. Paddy Fisher of Northwestern is ultra productive and well-rounded.


Anak - I can see Gettleman at least try to make a trade to move up if he loves one of those guys. Seems to be the most aggressive GM we have had in a long time?
RE: Doesn't seem all that excited about the QB prospects.  
Blue21 : 8/14/2019 6:52 am : link
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I noticed that. I didn't see Fromm mentioned either unless I'm missing him.
My guess  
Earl the goat : 8/14/2019 6:58 am : link
Derrick Brown will be first defensive player taken
He will be a total wrecking crew this year if he stays healthy
I see 3 WRs that should/could go top 20  
90.Cal : 8/14/2019 7:41 am : link
Jeudy
Lamb
Shenault

I'll take any of the 3 but prefer them in that order. Almost wanted to out Lamb on top.
RE: RE: As it stands right now, I see four main needs for this team:  
Anakim : 8/14/2019 7:49 am : link
In comment 14529790 The_Boss said:
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1. A true #1 WR WITH SIZE - Jerry Jeudy is fantastic, but he's going to go in the top-10. Collin Johnson of Texas, and Tee Higgins of Clemson are excellent options. Higgins is the next big Clemson WR (though Justyn Ross is a star and will be a high first rounder in 2021). Laviska Shenault Jr. of Colorado is an absolute weapon, as is CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma. I'm very interested in seeing both Michael Pittman Jr. of USC and Chase Claypool of Notre Dame. A sleeper may be this kid from Liberty, who Draft Twitter seems to love.

2. A starting RT - we don't know how Remmers will do. And even if he does well, he's a UFA at the end of the year. Luckily, the 2020 class is pretty deep in OTs.

3. An EDGE - Alabama has a few guys that will make some noise. Ohio State has a stud in Chase Young. If he can stay on the field, K'Lavon Chaisson will be a beast for LSU.

4. An ILB - Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama ILB, but his runningmate Anfernee Jennings is good in his own right. Paddy Fisher of Northwestern is ultra productive and well-rounded.



Might as well add a true CF at FS for #5.
A long term answer at OC could be “honorable mention” as well.


I thought about FS, but I'm a big fan of Julian Love
RE: Shenault is an interesting  
jvm52106 : 8/14/2019 8:24 am : link
In comment 14529792 BSIMatt said:
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Very interesting. He was awesome last year against Nebraska (I think it was Nebraska). I love his size, the way he catches the ball and moves after the catch. He looks like a taller Sterling Sharpe.
RE: RE: Doesn't seem all that excited about the QB prospects.  
Blue21 : 8/14/2019 8:34 am : link
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Whoops ...looking again he's listed as borderline top 100. Doesn't seem to like him much.


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I noticed that. I didn't see Fromm mentioned either unless I'm missing him.
2019 Giants are going to have pass rush issues  
JonC : 8/14/2019 8:38 am : link
edge is going to be way up there.
Fromm  
Mark in ATL : 8/14/2019 8:45 am : link
He has Fromm pretty far down the list, day 2-3 pick. Going to be interesting to see how he’s going to be rated at years end as UGA may have the best OL in the country and very good RB’s and a host of young receivers.
I was hoping  
mavric : 8/14/2019 8:50 am : link
there would be a plethora of OT's in the next draft. I think we need to plan beyond Solder and have a pro-bowl RT on the team. Seems every year the draft is stacked with certain positions - this past year was WR's, CB's, and defensive/edge linemen. Doesn't look like this coming year's draft is going to be OT/OG rich. Dang!
The QB class is going to be fun to watch  
UConn4523 : 8/14/2019 8:59 am : link
I think it was way overblown this pst offseason, there’s major flags with all these guys. Tua needs to play a full season otherwise I don’t see how anyone can invest a top 5 pick in him. Fromm I like a lot but I have read here and there about some thinking his game doesn’t have too much room for growth. Who knows.
2020 Draft - OTs  
Mark in ATL : 8/14/2019 9:01 am : link
Dane Brugler had an article yesterday in The Athletic on the possible OTs for the 2020 draft. He said that the position could be very ‘promising’. He thought he would be a good year.
I feel like OTs  
UConn4523 : 8/14/2019 9:09 am : link
come out of nowhere every year. Juniors that hit their stride and leave early or that rock solid senior that stays healthy heading into the combine/draft. No way to know how it will play out but I wouldn’t write anything off.
RE: 2019 Giants are going to have pass rush issues  
The_Boss : 8/14/2019 9:10 am : link
In comment 14529843 JonC said:
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edge is going to be way up there.


Agree but I think getting Jones an absolute stud/difference maker next spring at WR might even trump a top edge guy. Especially if Jones’ progress in 2020 (and team success) may dictate Shurmur’s future with the club.
I think there will be a lot more first round offensive tackles.  
barens : 8/14/2019 9:20 am : link
His overall list was pretty choppy for me.
RE: I was hoping  
Jay on the Island : 8/14/2019 9:36 am : link
In comment 14529854 mavric said:
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there would be a plethora of OT's in the next draft. I think we need to plan beyond Solder and have a pro-bowl RT on the team. Seems every year the draft is stacked with certain positions - this past year was WR's, CB's, and defensive/edge linemen. Doesn't look like this coming year's draft is going to be OT/OG rich. Dang!

I think you might get your wish. I saw another list with a possible 6-7 1st round OT's.
Everyone is entitled to his/her opinion  
gmenrule : 8/14/2019 9:46 am : link
My opinion is that his opinion (of a lot of these players) sucks. His comments and ratings differ "a lot" from what other experts have said. So ..... we shall see.
Iam surprised that  
BIG FRED 1973 : 8/14/2019 10:02 am : link
Jordan Love is not on that list
Pocket passer Eli needs a stud X  
Coach Red Beaulieu : 8/14/2019 10:42 am : link
Its a luxury for a mobile Jones WCO, better utilization of resources.
RE: As it stands right now, I see four main needs for this team:  
DavidinBMNY : 8/14/2019 10:42 am : link
In comment 14529784 Anakim said:
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1. A true #1 WR WITH SIZE - Jerry Jeudy is fantastic, but he's going to go in the top-10. Collin Johnson of Texas, and Tee Higgins of Clemson are excellent options. Higgins is the next big Clemson WR (though Justyn Ross is a star and will be a high first rounder in 2021). Laviska Shenault Jr. of Colorado is an absolute weapon, as is CeeDee Lamb of Oklahoma. I'm very interested in seeing both Michael Pittman Jr. of USC and Chase Claypool of Notre Dame. A sleeper may be this kid from Liberty, who Draft Twitter seems to love.

2. A starting RT - we don't know how Remmers will do. And even if he does well, he's a UFA at the end of the year. Luckily, the 2020 class is pretty deep in OTs.

3. An EDGE - Alabama has a few guys that will make some noise. Ohio State has a stud in Chase Young. If he can stay on the field, K'Lavon Chaisson will be a beast for LSU.

4. An ILB - Dylan Moses is the next great Alabama ILB, but his runningmate Anfernee Jennings is good in his own right. Paddy Fisher of Northwestern is ultra productive and well-rounded.


It's pretty encouraging to see this small of a list, for a change. Wish list, I would add depth at Center and probably continued investment in the DB's with Jenkins/Bethea getting up there in age,
Edge Rusher and WR both in the 1st  
MotownGIANTS : 8/14/2019 12:38 pm : link
rd would be ideal ... so we can keep the cost control for the max amount of time if need be. Then 2nd rd more WR, OL depth and ??? lets see how the youngsters do this year.
RE: The QB class is going to be fun to watch  
Coach Red Beaulieu : 8/14/2019 12:44 pm : link
In comment 14529861 UConn4523 said:
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I think it was way overblown this pst offseason, there’s major flags with all these guys. Tua needs to play a full season otherwise I don’t see how anyone can invest a top 5 pick in him. Fromm I like a lot but I have read here and there about some thinking his game doesn’t have too much room for growth. Who knows.

It's all context and perspective, DJ8 is making them look bad! And narrative, yargh 2019 QBs sucks, 2020 so gud. Can't really say anyone is clearly a better prospect than DJ8.
RE: The QB class is going to be fun to watch  
BSIMatt : 8/14/2019 12:53 pm : link
In comment 14529861 UConn4523 said:
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I think it was way overblown this pst offseason, there’s major flags with all these guys. Tua needs to play a full season otherwise I don’t see how anyone can invest a top 5 pick in him. Fromm I like a lot but I have read here and there about some thinking his game doesn’t have too much room for growth. Who knows.


I think the 2020 class has been getting far too much hype. I say that as a Giants fan that has had to go through two consecutive(actually 3 consecutive classes as there was rumors about Mahomes going back to McAdoo) reading, and watching quarterback prospects.

I'm not saying their aren't good prospects, but there were fans acting as though it was a Luck/RG3 type bonanza up top and I don't see that at all. All those guys have flaws as well and those flaws start to come to light right when the NFL starts really digging in on them come March. Watching Tua after watching so much of Jones really brings a different perspective. If there are fans that thought Haskins benefitted greatly from his supporting cast at Ohio State I don't see how the same exact stance can't be applied to Tua and then some. Watch his highlights and you see WRs open by 5 yards or more on multiple throws and then doing amazing things with the ball after the catch, not to mention the pass protection he is benefitting from.
RE: RE: 2019 Giants are going to have pass rush issues  
JonC : 8/14/2019 1:13 pm : link
In comment 14529868 The_Boss said:
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edge is going to be way up there.



Agree but I think getting Jones an absolute stud/difference maker next spring at WR might even trump a top edge guy. Especially if Jones’ progress in 2020 (and team success) may dictate Shurmur’s future with the club.


It comes down to value per prospect, but I'd go edge over WR. I think DG will approach it similarly, as well as the cap hit down the road when the second contract comes due.
RE: RE: Doesn't seem all that excited about the QB prospects.  
NYDCBlue : 8/14/2019 1:47 pm : link
In comment 14529815 Blue21 said:
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I noticed that. I didn't see Fromm mentioned either unless I'm missing him.


He has Fromm as a borderline top 100 prospect. First I have heard of him being considered that poorly. He has the guy just out side of day 3.
when  
BigBlueCane : 8/14/2019 3:19 pm : link
will people stop overvaluing and overhyping Bama players? Very rarely do the live up to their billing or get any better after Saban is done stuffing them with protein shakes.
RE: Iam surprised that  
bw in dc : 8/14/2019 3:31 pm : link
In comment 14529941 BIG FRED 1973 said:
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Jordan Love is not on that list


Just had the same reaction. The LB for Utah State, Woodward, is on the list, but no Love.

Very, very strange...

That kid has skills.
RE: when  
bw in dc : 8/14/2019 3:37 pm : link
In comment 14530352 BigBlueCane said:
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will people stop overvaluing and overhyping Bama players? Very rarely do the live up to their billing or get any better after Saban is done stuffing them with protein shakes.


Rarely???

Remind me - are these players living up to the hype? Or at least very good pros? Julio Jones, Ridley, Hightower, Mosley, Jonathan Allen, Eddie Jackson, Ingram, Henry, Cinton-Dix, Collins, Drake, OJ Howard, Rashan Evans, etc, etc.

It's a helluva list...
Give me Lavishka Shenault  
tyrik13 : 8/14/2019 3:42 pm : link
Over Lamb and Jeudy. He’s basically Terrell Owens but with way better hands than TO had at this stage in his career. Kid can play outside and inside and he can lineup in the back field too. He’s a true no.1 WR and has the talent to be an absolute superstar at the pro level
RE: Everyone is entitled to his/her opinion  
Coach Red Beaulieu : 8/14/2019 4:01 pm : link
In comment 14529913 gmenrule said:
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My opinion is that his opinion (of a lot of these players) sucks. His comments and ratings differ "a lot" from what other experts have said. So ..... we shall see.

There is too much consensus amongst the media "exoerts" because they all copy off each other.

You really have to be a dope to think Haskins would go top 10.
draft is simple  
huygens20 : 8/14/2019 5:20 pm : link
take the best

ER/DE or OT
if not

go CB or WR
RE: RE: RE: Doesn't seem all that excited about the QB prospects.  
Gatorade Dunk : 8/14/2019 6:06 pm : link
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I noticed that. I didn't see Fromm mentioned either unless I'm missing him.



He has Fromm as a borderline top 100 prospect. First I have heard of him being considered that poorly. He has the guy just out side of day 3.

I think we've seen enough to know that QBs are almost always graded on a curve. A QB that's borderline top 100 is not just outside of day 3 in the same way as any other position; a top 100 QB is probably a 2nd rounder at worst (and Fromm is almost certainly a 1st round QB even if Emery feels that he's overvalued as such).
RE: RE: The QB class is going to be fun to watch  
FStubbs : 8/14/2019 8:01 pm : link
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I think it was way overblown this pst offseason, there’s major flags with all these guys. Tua needs to play a full season otherwise I don’t see how anyone can invest a top 5 pick in him. Fromm I like a lot but I have read here and there about some thinking his game doesn’t have too much room for growth. Who knows.



I think the 2020 class has been getting far too much hype. I say that as a Giants fan that has had to go through two consecutive(actually 3 consecutive classes as there was rumors about Mahomes going back to McAdoo) reading, and watching quarterback prospects.

I'm not saying their aren't good prospects, but there were fans acting as though it was a Luck/RG3 type bonanza up top and I don't see that at all. All those guys have flaws as well and those flaws start to come to light right when the NFL starts really digging in on them come March. Watching Tua after watching so much of Jones really brings a different perspective. If there are fans that thought Haskins benefitted greatly from his supporting cast at Ohio State I don't see how the same exact stance can't be applied to Tua and then some. Watch his highlights and you see WRs open by 5 yards or more on multiple throws and then doing amazing things with the ball after the catch, not to mention the pass protection he is benefitting from.


Wouldn't that apply to Trevor Lawrence as well?
Nak's got a high opinion on the 2019 Giants  
adamg : 8/14/2019 8:08 pm : link
To think we won't have a shot at Jeudy. Idk bout that...
RE: RE: RE: The QB class is going to be fun to watch  
BSIMatt : 8/14/2019 8:21 pm : link
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I think it was way overblown this pst offseason, there’s major flags with all these guys. Tua needs to play a full season otherwise I don’t see how anyone can invest a top 5 pick in him. Fromm I like a lot but I have read here and there about some thinking his game doesn’t have too much room for growth. Who knows.



I think the 2020 class has been getting far too much hype. I say that as a Giants fan that has had to go through two consecutive(actually 3 consecutive classes as there was rumors about Mahomes going back to McAdoo) reading, and watching quarterback prospects.

I'm not saying their aren't good prospects, but there were fans acting as though it was a Luck/RG3 type bonanza up top and I don't see that at all. All those guys have flaws as well and those flaws start to come to light right when the NFL starts really digging in on them come March. Watching Tua after watching so much of Jones really brings a different perspective. If there are fans that thought Haskins benefitted greatly from his supporting cast at Ohio State I don't see how the same exact stance can't be applied to Tua and then some. Watch his highlights and you see WRs open by 5 yards or more on multiple throws and then doing amazing things with the ball after the catch, not to mention the pass protection he is benefitting from.



Wouldn't that apply to Trevor Lawrence as well?


Yes it would, Clemson offensive line played fantastic vs Notre Dame and Bama, and it’s worth noting that Lawrence really came alive when Love exited the game and Clemson went after his replacement. Again I’m not saying it means they aren’t great players but the supporting cast and examples how much adversity they had to face needs to be factored in somehow.
That being said Clemson v Bama is about as even a playing  
BSIMatt : 8/14/2019 8:24 pm : link
Field as you could find for those two teams and from that vantage point Lawrence outplayed Tua, although it was only 1 game.
I get that supporting cast can make a player look better (or worse)  
Gatorade Dunk : 8/14/2019 9:33 pm : link
but let's not lose sight of the fact that both Tua and Lawrence came with just as much hype and accolades as any of their teammates. They're part of the excellent teams, not just beneficiaries of stacked rosters.
I get that, wasn’t suggesting otherwise  
BSIMatt : 8/14/2019 9:43 pm : link
The entire thought came directly from the Giants drafting Jones and all the emphasis on how poor his supporting cast with. You watch several highlight videos of Jones and then flip on Tua and the difference in what their teammates bring to the table is significant.
RE: Nak's got a high opinion on the 2019 Giants  
Anakim : 8/15/2019 12:25 pm : link
In comment 14530596 adamg said:
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To think we won't have a shot at Jeudy. Idk bout that...


I think we're going undefeated every single season
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