This is Alex V from unwraps Porter to break down the unwrap mock draft that happened, uh, back on, See, on Saturday, March 28th at 7 p.m.
It was, Ah, live draft.
We have the whole and we had a good majority of the unwrapped content creators involved with this. It was great.
You know, we got to see a lot of the ways that people kind of perceived the NFL's G.
M's and teams to kind of move, so that was very interesting.
It was a lot of fun to be a part of, and I thought it was a good kind of vantage point.
It just kind of see how certain fans would want a maneuver.
The certain teams, because not everybody that was picking for a team was the team that they are necessarily a fan of like for me.
Example, I was picking for the Denver Broncos and I myself am Steelers fans.
So definitely, you know, a lot of thought process that goes into that and it was ah, definitely a lot of fun and we will be doing another one here.
Ah, this next Saturday at seven Eastern it's gonna be a little different this time around.
It's not gonna be a cz long.
It was about a 4.5 hour stream.
We hope to cut that hopefully in half where having a strict time frame to get the pick in.
So we have all these other kind of new stipulations to make sure this goes by fast A J v R.
Thanks for joining the stream, and we're doing our best to, you know, make sure it's a quick process.
Everybody can kind of see the picks.
And, you know, we definitely encourage people to stop on by and you don't get in the chat, make some comments, you know, say, Oh, I hate that pic.
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So definitely check out that.
And, yeah, I wanted to kind of just go over.
You know, some of the major picks in the first round go over a couple of highlights and round two and just kind of, you know, discuss that.
And then I'll go into a little bit more in depth on the pick for the Steelers as well as the picks I made for the Denver Broncos.
Ah, with the number one overall pick, you know, that was Joe Borough. Alice, you.
That's a no brainer.
Uh, curious to see if whoever gets the Bangles, whether it's our contributor, MD Lawson Michael Lawson, you know, if he wants to continue having Joe Borough as number one or if he's interested in flipping the number one overall pick for some assets, Maybe the Dolphins want to get in play.
See Medina a 24 Any pockets? 27.
Thanks for joining the stream with the second overall pick.
It was Chase Young, uh, for the Redskins.
Whoever's picking for them unless you're hard pressed to think that, you know Dwayne Haskins isn't your guy, and somebody on that board is available.
You know, you have that ability to kind of make the move up and, you know, or make a pick at the quarterback.
That's after him, which would be winded up being the number three pick, which was a trade from Detroit.
Miami trades up, gets two of from Alabama, So that was one of the first moves that I thought was very exciting.
There's a lot of moves in this draft.
Um, I know that today it was announced that the Houston Texans made a deal to acquire Brandin Cooks from the Rams for a second round pick and 1/4 round pick next season in this draft.
It was a second round pick from the Cowboys that got that deal done in this draft.
Hopefully, they don't f his career up.
Eddie Pocket, 27 who will be joining me on the latter part of this stream to talk.
The Broncos picks eyes.
Not a big fan of the developmental system that the Redskins have, but who knows, maybe with Ron Rivera.
They have a new approach, and hopefully, you know, turn that franchise around.
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Then we go toe to number fourth overall pick.
It was the New York Giants.
Isaiah Simmons was the pick from Clemson, one of those hybrid linebackers.
I could play a little bit different positions on the field, so that was a great move to see for the Detroit Lions.
Definitely one that I seen in, you know, every not every other, but in a few picks for the Lions to go after Justin Herbert, quarterback from Oregon.
Ah, the person who was picking for the lines that waas.
He's, ah, another fellow contributor for Unwrap Sports.
And he made a lot of moves, including making a move to trade Matthew Stafford for some more trade capital, which ultimately got him that number six pick, which was Tristan works, which is protecting adding to the security of Justin Herbert.
So that was very interesting to see.
And then Number seven was a great pig for the Carolina Panthers.
Able to get Jeff Okada from Ohio State, one of the higher rated corners definitely has the potential to be a top five pick.
Probably will be curious to see kind of how the draft goes by.
But yeah, that was a great value pick for the Panthers.
You know, they have their quarterback at Teddy Bridgewater.
They're in a good position to kind of, you know, kind of ad for more pieces to that defense at to that offense.
So great value Pick there for seven to get Okada.
And then at the number eight pick, we had the Cardinals make a trade to acquire O.
Howard as, well, some trade capital.
So that gives calamari another tight end, and it allows Tampa Bay to kind of let their underachieving tight and go to another team, which I know makes some kind of harsh.
Howard has the the assets of the intangibles to positive, you know, perform a lot better, but he just hasn't done it with Ryan Fitzpatrick and James Winston.
And, you know, everybody's kind of forgetting about Cameron Break, who was a very, ah, exemplary tight end for the Buccaneers, as he kind of seemed to be more productive than, um, then o J.
Um, and see, let's jump up the number 12.
Pick the Raiders, select Jerry Judy, wide receiver out of Alabama.
Uh, I like the move.
I think the Raiders, you know, kind of going in a more like offensive side of Ah, the ball.
A lot of people have been getting a corner in the spot, But I think Jerry, Judy, you know, he's one of two.
I want to say, Can't miss wide receivers in this draft.
In my opinion, Jerry Judy is definitely a very complete receiver, and I think that kind of play making ability well, it's kind of what they have with Dan Waller's and Tyra Williams.
Uh, the Raiders were definitely adding a player that could add another component to their offense.
That is definitely has definitely been missing since Amari Cooper kind of fell off when he played for that team.
40 Niners made a deal with the Colts.
This is actual real trade.
Where the forced Buckner was traded to the Indian Indianapolis Colts for a first round pick.
40 Niners get CD Lamb No brainer at the 40 Niners are either going to get CD Lamb or Jerry.
Judy, you know they let Emmanuel Sanders walk.
He's now with the New Orleans Saints, so you know they're definitely gonna be going for a wide receiver and CD.
Lamb is the one that landed here and then this is one pick that I know.
Any pockets was not a huge fan of it.
He did comment on that on the post for coleslaw, for the draft.
He put the jets, ended up drafting Henry rugs at 14.
I know that was not a very favorable pig here, but I know any pockets had a couple things to say about that.
But ah, Henry rugs.
I'm not very high on him.
I can't go into a little bit more in depth on that on another video is to kind of my my detriments to him.
It not meaning that he's gonna be a good he won't be a good receiver, a productive receiver at that.
I just think he needs to be in a particular system.
But you know, he is in terms of talent, it's all there.
I just think there's something to his game that some people kind of overlook and then, uh, my pick at the 15th with the number Bronco.
So, like Christian Fulton cornerback out of Ellis, you dream the stream.
I was asked, you know, obviously there CJ Anderson was still on the board, a very athletic 61 £204 corner.
Ah would have been great pick as well, but I ended up going with Christian Fulton as he is more of a man, a man type of, of defensive player.
And I thought that that would have been what the Broncos would have wanted to do.
Considering, you know, Chris Harris is now a Charger and you want to get a man, a man, a corner that can really, you know, develop into one of those top level athletes that could, you know, be ah, number one corner than with Cowboys.
We they drafted CJ Henderson from Florida, Very athletic corner.
I was a great move there.
And then the Ravens ended up making a move to get the 18th overall pick from Miami ended up drafting Giovane Kinlaw from South Carolina.
Now, that was a great move in terms of what's going on with the Ravens right now.
They had an agreement with Michael Braugher's former defensive tackle from the Los Angeles Rams, and they ended up trading the Pittsburgh Steelers Chris warmly for a draft pick.
And, you know, ultimately there was.
There was in a complete agreement and, you know, due to whatever physicals or whatever.
It wasn't complete.
The Ravens ended up missing out on Bracher, so making a move to get Jovan Kinloch definitely feels a huge need in the middle of the up front of that defense.
Playing Chiefs twice a year. That's a good pick.
Yeah, I definitely agree with Christian full in the anybody talking about the Christian full on big guy, you know, definitely think you have to have a guy that could be a A man.
Demands have a player, especially in that division, which is going to get very competitive as ill kind of break down later on, hopefully in the preseason, as we're kind of getting ready for, hopefully an NFL season in September.
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The Raiders select tray von digs from Alabama defensive back.
Love that pick, you know, I know a lot of people were going to say Jeff Okada, if he kind of somehow falls that far deep into the draft or, you know CJ Henderson.
But I love the tray von ****s picked to the Raiders, you know, adding, uh, possible dynamic player in Judy and, you know, Tray von Day somebody, somebody that I'm actually very high on myself.
So big fan of that one.
Um, then we kind of got into a sweet kind of go a little bit further on in this draft.
It becomes very wide receiver heavy.
This is known as a very wide receiver.
You know, there's a lot of potential in the 1st 3 rounds to get yourself a solid receiver, a solid prospect.
So, you know, got very wide receiver heavy at number 20 the Jacksonville Jaguars select tea Higgins from Clemson.
I think that might have been a little early, but you know, the gentleman who picked that Christopher race, he is very intricate ****ysts, especially for the draft.
I've seen his work, So if he's pig and Higgins early, I definitely trust his his thought process on that, you know, with it being you know, now, Minshew mania time for full time now in Jacksonville.
Given him, another weapon would be beneficial.
Then we go to 21 which is the Philadelphia Eagles, and we all know the caress so at wide receiver that they had what injury riddled season they had and um, Victor W.
Who runs the helipad and the Liberty, believes the Liberty line, which is a a Philadelphia based, you know, webpage to give you all your sports news without any of the gim****.
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It'll definitely get that prior toe getting off the stream.
Let you guys know he goes with Jalen Reagor.
So I follow him on Twitter.
He definitely stays on top of, you know, watching tape and trying to understand You know what receivers.
You know what their strengths are, what their weaknesses are.
Do they fit with the Philadelphia team? So again, even though I think he could have gotten rid of the second round if it being, ah, different situation, I, you know, trust my own raft fam Ah, and then we have Minnesota's pick.
So this pic was acquired from Buffalo in a trade that had it had them, Uh, the Buffalo Bills acquire Stefan Diggs, who has been a very vocal, disgruntled wide receiver for them the last season.
So on, Lee writes to, you know, send him off somewhere, get a first round pick and cave.
Ah, uh, Kevin kept from the profits.
Solidified a need here getting justice Jefferson out of l s You again.
You know, just in Jefferson.
I've been lucky enough in a couple of drafts.
You kind of get him in the second round in terms of drafting for different teams.
So, you know, the wide receiver value could be an interesting thing to look at now that this draft is still going to be going on in two weeks.
So, uh, going to see if you know, just in Jefferson has the opportunity to be a first round pick.
Think he's a first round pick talent, but I think he somehow kind of falls.
Ah, and then let's see.
Next major pick we get, We had Ah, number 29.
Tennessee Titans end up drafting love Escutia know Junior wider.
Super at a Colorado excuse me.
Definitely thought that one was definitely reaching a little bit in terms of, you know, the value could get 29.
I definitely thought he could have got live.
It's going the second round.
You know, it's one of those situations where if you think the player, you you want isn't gonna be there.
And you wanna You don't make the jump aside.
I'll talk with any pockets when I break down the Broncos.
There were I was in that situation quite a bit, and I definitely did not have it paid dividends to what I wanted to happen.
But that was definitely, um, one of those moves where I think they definitely stretch a little bit of green.
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I very much appreciate it for the Green Bay Packers that get Patrick Queen line background of Alice.
You love that pick.
Is Blake Martinez now leaving the Packers for ugly the Browns? Ah, he gives them an opportunity to kind of build around him on defense because the Patrick Queen seems to excel a lot in the past coverage.
Which kind of what was the detriment to Blake Martinez was his lack of ability on past coverage.
So I love that move. Great value.
That's always one of those tough ones.
And again, Christian McGowan, who was picking for the Detroit lines was a very busy GM.
Not like Bill O'Brien.
So definitely huge.
Move as he gets back into the end of the first round and gets Ellis you safety Grant Delp It which you know, uh, basically picks up the, um the the slack.
That was ah, in the secondary after Dion Dion Is it one of the They ended up trading one of safety that somebody knows the name of.
The, um Was it digs? DeAndre did, uh, they traded a safety.
So I think that was a great move for sure.
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And now we get into the second round.
Now, in this first round, you know, we definitely saw a lot of kind of a heavy wide receiver picks in the first round.
No running backs were taken in the first round, you know, as we've kind of gone on in the NFL, you know, with receivers and quarterbacks and offensive lineman being kind of valued because of the past heavy NFL that we've kind of started to lean towards running backs, your able to get them in the second round that, you know, you normally would have had in the first round pick if you would have been picking in the early 2000.
So that's always an interesting trend to kind of see how players kind of move with the 33rd.
Take the Penguins.
Get Josh Jones, offensive tackle from Houston.
Great value to get a boost.
You know, after drafting a number one overall job, bro, you definitely need to make sure that he's upright and secure.
So definitely a big fan of that move.
Now, this next move was, uh, coleslaw. Lawrence.
He's the one that was running the stream for us.
He had this player in mind from the get go, and, you know, he was worried.
Am I gonna have to trade up to get him? You know what's gonna happen? Uh, Indianapolis Colts did sign.
Philip Rivers is here on a one year deal.
And could that be the bridge that takes them to this pick Jordan love quarterback out of Utah State.
I've seen a lot of mixed reviews on Jordan love.
I know a lot of people kind of have him as a as the top for, you know, first round pick back in, uh, quarterback.
You know, if someone falls in love with, um could they trade up to get him kind of like a Joe Flacco with the Ravens possible, But in terms of value, you know, getting your quarterback without having to give up assets.
I definitely think that was a great move there.
So solid move there by the Colts.
I'm not big on love. Yeah.
You know what? Neither am I in terms of quarterback prospects answering any pockets come into the chat.
I definitely think there's a lot to be desired with Jordan love.
So it's one of those players that you know if you feel it, do it.
But, I mean, I definitely wouldn't.
Wouldn't have drafted him at all.
Not but again, as a Steelers fan, I have a different perspective in that for sure.
Uh, and then it took 39 picks for a running back to come off the board.
Miami Dolphins select DeAndre Swift at 39 so I think that's a great move.
You know, they already signed Jordan Howard.
You know they get They gave up Kenyon Drake in a tray to Cardinals hurts.
I will tell you what hurts in a minute.
Um, but it hurts.
It was probably 1/3 or fourth, maybe even 1/5 round pick, depending on how the draft kind of moves.
But ah, DeAndre Swift.
Great running back.
You know, I believe you know you can kind of toss up between two of the guys.
All kind of talk about that in a second.
There's three big names in terms of the running back draft, but I love this for the Miami Dolphins.
Join? Howard can kind of take the brunt of the hits early on and kind of Let me Andre Swift kind of maneuver in and kind of take over.
I think it could be great.
I mean, I'm definitely going to start to, uh, keep an eye on the Miami Dolphins.
I think they're kind of building something special.
I definitely think, Ah, what they have in terms of a team going forward is great.
I think you know, we could start to see the Miami Dolphins get back into relevance in the next coming seasons.
And then with 44th pick Lawrence Oh, in selects for the Colts, Denzel names wider.
See Radha Baylor? He did have a little bit of an issue with some drops in college.
But, you know, I don't know if that is, you know, anything that's too big of a concern if you believe in him and his intangibles.
And if you think you can kind of help, um, make sure that isn't a thing, But I definitely think that, um that was a good move for him in terms of what he wanted to see.
Let's speak our opinions. Thank you, Eddie. Pockets.
Ah, And then let's see, uh, for the Pittsburgh Steelers, it ended up being kind of a group pic.
Uh, Antoine Winfield, safety out of Minnesota, was drafted here for the Steelers.
Um, personally, looking back, I mean, I can understand this pick because, you know, with throw Edmund's kind of having his moments and coverage and kind of having his lapse of judgment in terms of play recognition, getting a safety like Antoine Winfield junior, somebody that excelled at Minnesota, you know, I would love that pic, but personally, with their with their being another running back on the board, I might have considered going running bags with either Jonathan Taylor, J. K.
Dobbins. But I'll get into that in a little bit.
Um, then at 51st with the first pick, the Chargers select Jonathan Taylor running back out of Wisconsin.
So that's the second.
Why running back coming off the board Chargers ended up making a move.
So they were able to get the 51st pick from the Cowboys, and they drafted second.
Meet me back to back Brandon.
I awoke from Arizona State.
So too big moves there by the Chargers to kind of get to good players for their offense, to good playmakers to, you know, ads often, eh? Klar, Att Du Keenan, Allen as well as Mike Williams.
So, you know, building building themselves a nice little offensive unit for Tyrod Taylor to take command of the season.
And with the 53rd pick, Eagles go again with the wide receiver, one from the same state Penn State, that is KJ handler, receiver that I'm kind of high on but might be biased because I myself am a Penn State fans.
So, you know, I definitely put those into account, considering that kind of might shway the way I kind of think about a certain player.
Um, with the 62nd overall, pick the Green Bay Packers select Michael Pittman Junior.
Why does she rather USC love that pic? Especially on this part of the second round? I thought it was a great value.
Ah, he might even slipped into the third round two penny and kind of have the draft moves again.
Moves could be made where wide receiver needy teams are kind of pushed back.
Maybe they know that they have, Ah, deep draft to kind of go for my kind of put them in a spot toe, you know, amount of mass, more pics.
But I love that pick for the Packers.
I know there's a lot of thoughts going on as to who's gonna be the number two guy after Davante Adams.
You know, they just traded away.
Excuse me? They just let Jimmy Graham walk.
Not that he was the biggest target for them, but, you know, Michael Pittman junior should be a good option there.
And, you know, could possibly be the guy who takes the number two spot.
If Lazar doesn't, you know, step up in that way.
And with the 63rd pick for the Denver Broncos.
Select Calvin Throckmorton, often the tackle from Organ that was the second pick that I had made.
Ah, he's a very versatile offensive.
Linemen can play multiple positions on the offensive line.
Kind of why I wanted to get him, considering the Broncos have been making some moves on the offensive line, I thought that would be the best in terms of value because a lot of the receivers that I wanted to get were unavailable as I actually traded back up from the original pick that we had.
Which Waas the only confirmed he had the 46 pick.
But I traded back and got some more assets, as I thought it would be well worth it.
And the third top man running back that comes off the board at the end of the second round.
Seattle Seahawks drafting J K.
Dobbins running back out of Ohio State.
I'm a little bit higher on J K.
Dobbins and the other two DeAndre Slipped is a hell of a talent soul Jonathan Taylor.
But there's something about J.
K Dobbins and I see on tape that I think would go well with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
and I think it go well here with Seattle.
If they are able to get him this late, I know that they have two great running backs on on their team with Carson as well as as well as, ah, Sean Penny.
But with both of them coming off of major injuries, I think it's worthwhile to kind of possibly consider getting, ah, running back to take over.
As you know, Carson's contract ends after the season.
And, you know, you might want to make a decision, depending on you know what you thought about some of those injuries he suffered in the past year.
Coach Stephen Us and a Steven.
They could be joining Stream.
We were just talking about some of the picks that we've made here, and we're gonna be talking about my Steelers pick and couple of other players that I had in mind for the Broncos when I had the draft set up.
So with the Steelers again, you know, I was I was definitely okay with getting, um, Antoine Winfield that safety definitely think that's a position that we could definitely upgraded.
Evans, as I've said before, has been a player that has had lapse in judgment and secondary and has kind of costs with some big plays here and there.
But thanks to make.
If it's Patrick's, you know, effect on the field, he's able to kind of close one side of the field.
Makes the field smaller for the opposing quarterback, which ultimately makes the other players job a little easier.
So that was a great move.
Obviously, I would have loved to get one of these running backs.
Jonathan Taylor, J. K. Dobbins.
Considering you know, Connors, you know, we had an injury.
So all three running backs.
So you know, getting one of these workhorses that, you know, in terms of value could have been a first round pig.
That would have been realistic.
But let me get to so any park.
It's the gentleman that's chatting on here to give him a call and just kind of get some information on him as too.
The Broncos is a Broncos fan, and I kind of just wanna break down as to what he thinks about his Broncos team predraft post free agency.
So, Edwin, how are you, man? Let me turn it up.
All right? So, as I've seen that you have been on the streams chatting it up.
So thank you so much for doing that again.
The conversation going? Um, So tell me.
How do you feel about where you guys are right now? You know, with Chris Harris leaving us franchise tagging your safety.
Ah, what holes or what? Positions need toe add more deaf, too.
Through the draft.
I mean, obviously replacing someone like Chris Harris be, you know, it's gonna be tough, because she obviously is.
Totally top quarter of all times Relax.
But it might, um but I don't know.
I feel comfortable with agent were to be honest, um, I also feel country will rise Callahan coming back.
So I think your position is fine, but we cannot draft.
He talked receiver in the 1st 15 You know whether we trade up to get either junior lamb.
Because I'm sorry.
I'm not very ill threats either, right? Yeah, I think it would stay at 15 in the first round.
Uh, we will hopefully pick up corner like a taxi.
Fulton, uh, you know, fitting our description for for our team, like you said, the use these very great man of that coverage.
Yeah, and I remember because I for those listening, I had Eddie.
I was talking with the deep pockets 27 just kind of gauging him throughout the week before the draft.
Just trying to get some intel.
Because even though, like I said on a lot of streams, you know, I have washed tape on Drew lock and, you know, liked what I saw and believed in him.
I wanted to get a fan perspective as to kind of what the eye test is with the team to just kind of get an idea.
And, uh, more ultimately had me draft Fulton compared to Henderson, which some people think is higher than Fulton is, you know, that man to man ability and the ability to kind of be on his own.
And I think those really cold corners that I think ultimately become those islands kind of like the Revis and the Gilmore is the ones that you can just kind of put by himself and not have to worry about it.
Um, And then knowing knowing that you have someone like Justine Simons, you know, one of the best safeties, the best, actually, statistical stage safety in the season last last season.
So having someone like him behind you scare you even more confidence to play it.
And, you know, like you said in the chat, you guys have Patrick Mahomes, you know, Absolutely.
That's a perennial offensive threat.
You never know what? The Raiders if they're gonna be a hot team or a cold team. They're one of those.
And, you know, the Chargers.
I mean, they have the talent on the team, but But, honestly, I think having the homes in our division, Mahomes is the new Tom Brady to be on this.
So have you face someone with that twice a year and maybe it position like deafness? That's big.
No, I definitely That's kind of what made me go to that move.
So for those of you listening, I I wanted to draft, you know, obviously, Judy, your lamb.
I prefer lamb for the Broncos.
Ah has kind of had discussions with any pockets about that about you know, I just thought lamb would have been a better fit for the Broncos with you know, what Sutton already brings to the table? Uh, would have been happy with either of them.
But once we kind of got to that point.
It was one of those situations where it was like, just kind of got to get the most value could get at that position because trading back I was a little bit tough there and ah, semi pro us saying, Corey, thank you for joining Stream.
He was also one of the hosts of that, um, live draft.
And then, um, with an offensive lineman, one that I thought worked for the Broncos.
You know, I definitely wanted to get one of the receivers that kind of had that second round grade.
But the way Cory, you know, kind of said it in the, um, live draft is it's a very wide receiver.
Heavy draft, Uh, probably in the actual draft.
It might not be so heavy, but, you know, as I had conversations with Evan here, um, we got to the second round and a lot of players that, you know, we thought we're gonna be there, weren't there, and then I kind of took a gamble on maybe trading back and, you know, maybe getting KJ handler or, you know, possibly Michael Pittman.
But it ended up kind of backfiring on us.
And, uh, what do you think about that pig with that offensive lineman that I drafted for the Broncos? Which was Calvin Throckmorton, who played an organ and has experience at multiple positions on the offensive line? Yeah, no, I think you would be a great fit for the Broncos clues.
I can't look like a lot of these guys going in the first round, like T hit against man's look like disco.
Uh, there second round prospects.
So if a lot of these teams, when it comes down to the draft, if they draft these prospects in the first round, that's I don't know, like that's kind of over stretching, you know? Right? And then I think, especially with what's going on now and not being able to get personal visits, could could that possibly, you know, lied to people making stretches on players that they kind of feel more comfortable on compared to the player that they might be higher on.
It's gonna be very interesting to see how that kind of spins everything you know.
It will be because it could go either way, either state with who they're high on or they my actually come to their senses and be like, Yo, this is that position we actually need.
So let's go after someone was gunning for this position as opposed being high on, you know, one of these receivers and not really needing them until the second or third round.
No, it's gonna be interesting to see kind of how everybody drafts this being the second, uh, unwrap mont draft.
But yeah, I mean, like, Clovis guy.
I thought he would kind of be around in that second round.
You know, other receivers.
You know, I've seen Jefferson going second round, like I've said before, but you know that.
You know, if you're high and a player, you you'll go out and reach for him.
So that's kind of how I felt on that.
But, um, in your s o, you had Ah ah, an idea as to what the Broncos might do.
You want to share that with everybody? Uh whoa.
I was beginning.
The Broncos were, can trade up in the first round.
Kind of just said, uh, you know their land with Judy dissecting this would be the best fit for the position and then Obviously, we had, you know.
Ah, a few third and fourth round.
Oh, pigs weaken, positive trade.
And then the second round, gofer center or, you know, offensive guard or something.
Um, you know that that would be great.
Wait to do it also, but, you know, Yeah.
Only I'm curious about.
That is how far they would move up, considering the Raiders have ah, the needed receiver.
So do the 40 Niners.
The Jets obviously need help.
A receiver is a lot of people.
You kind of have toe leapfrog to kind of get to the spot to get those two guys.
So you probably have to trade with somebody, uh, in the top in the top seven babies.
Yeah, that they might be asking for a lot to get.
Get Thio, get in there.
But but if you could, you could take one of those teams that are not in a, you know, not in the market for white Steve.
Well, you could get a talking to then that could be the only possible scenario.
Yeah, well, it's gonna be very interesting to see how the Broncos draft.
I actually don't have them in a two point.
Ah, the Connor has, um So, uh, keep an eye out next Saturday for that draft.
Somebody else we're taking for the Broncos.
Well, thank you so much for joining the stream.
I very much appreciate it.
I'll be sure to have you back as we, uh, especially when I do the Broncos discussion.
Uh, once that once we have an idea when the season is going to start, all right.
Might have going all right, guys.
So that's kind of the over overview on the first round.
So again, you see Coach Stephen us sense of my pro us and give him a follow.
Ah. Lot of NFL based dreams.
Fantasy streams both. Very insightful.
Definitely. Give them a follow on Twitter.
Let me look up their twitter handles as well.
Um, but yet definitely it's gonna be two point.
No, for the mock draft.
It's going to be giving you once I can.
It's gonna be wth e 18th which is a Saturday at seven. Eastern.
Uh, c i'ts Ah, seven Eastern.
On the 18th we're gonna be doing another mock draft.
It's gonna be ah, stricter time, so it won't take the full four hours like I did this past time.
It's gonna be something, uh, with a little bit of a different spin, as some teams were gonna be picked by different people.
I myself, I'm not picking for the Broncos this time around, but it will definitely be interesting to see how that goes in with it being a little bit, you know, our second time going be a little bit smoother, you know, very interesting to see.
And, uh, yeah, follow.
S N and his handle is see money 52.
Ah, he's a great follow.
And definitely Ah, your pats fan.
You definitely You know, uh, puts out a lot of great content.
He didn't just did a top five.
Tom Brady moments on SportsCastrs will be sure to check that out at semi Pro U.
And then for Steven was another one of the hosts of that Lifestream was is Coach Stephen P.
So give those two a follow and a check that out with check out their content.
Stephen also puts out a lot of fancy football content, so I know he's been doing a lot of streams on the rookie class and kind of where they may.
So that will be interesting to watch.
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