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Jon Gruden and Greg Cosell are very high on NP.

I have watched plenty of video, including coaches tape.

My current projection is @ #34.

NP is cheaper than Cousins would be a year from now.
Always a possibility he goes earlier such is the scarcity of decent QB's in the league.

Also any draft QB would be cheaper than Cousins next year but what is worth noting is that the league will find out if Cousins is a good QB next year as he no longer has a productive Tandem of Garcon and Jackson.
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1st Jamal Adams SS LSU
2nd Forrest Lamp OG Western Kentucky
3rd Dalvin Tomlinson DT Alabama
4th Rasul Douglas CB West Virginia
5th Jeremy McNichols RB Boise State
6th Ryan Switzer WR North Carolina
7th Jalen Reeves-Maybin OLB Tennessee
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Ravens is my favourite draft out of the three teams you picked for followed by Vikings. Unsure on your redskins after the third don't know enough about them but first 3 are good. Ravens was solid outside of Griffin not some one i have researched a lot but i have a late 4th on him and there was probably better value on the board at the point. Other than that good drafting.
Probably a little high for Griffin. But, he has all the traits to become a solid starting CB in the NFL. Size, speed, length. He tackles well, great in run support, doesn't get beat deep, and plays the ball very well. And he can play both sides. The big flaw in his game is he plays too soft on underneath routes. But the upside is there for him to be a very good starting CB in the league, so with the Ravens having two 3rds, spending one to add talent to CB position made sense.
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Probably a little high for Griffin. But, he has all the traits to become a solid starting CB in the NFL. Size, speed, length. He tackles well, great in run support, doesn't get beat deep, and plays the ball very well. And he can play both sides. The big flaw in his game is he plays too soft on underneath routes. But the upside is there for him to be a very good starting CB in the league, so with the Ravens having two 3rds, spending one to add talent to CB position made sense.
Can understand why you picked a CB definitely a position of need for Ravens. There's a lot of talented CB's in this draft and i am hoping that chargers pick one up in the first four rounds of the draft.
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2nd Forrest Lamp OG Western Kentucky
3rd Dalvin Tomlinson DT Alabama
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5th Jeremy McNichols RB Boise State
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7th Jalen Reeves-Maybin OLB Tennessee
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