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2024 NFL Draft Thread

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  1. zeeshan2

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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2024/...-position-depth-chart-holes-prospect-fits#HOU
     
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    I think safety is a bigger need than wide receiver at this point. But CB and DT are definitely 1 and 2.
     
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    Well, that should eliminate drafting any diamonds in the rough who people see potential in.

    "Caserio trusts players who play against good competition and have "big school pedigree". You can cross off any small school prospects in 2024."
     
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    Keon Coleman it is
     
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    I bet if Stiggers is there in the 4th rd Caserio will pick him. CFL, playing against grown men experience is sometimes better than college experience.

    Also I think Caserio brings in a developmental smaller school OT in the later rds. Crum from Wyoming and Travis Glover is a small school guy that they brought in for a visit. I also think they like Christian Jones in the 4th rd range.
     
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    I could actually see something like this (Not what I would do)

    2-42 Sweat
    2-59 Coleman
     
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    T

    Thats what I am talking about. Improve that OL get a position thats a question mark w Green who just might be ready to break out (bs he is a bust durnit) .. improve the weak link on the OL and get that new RB a little bigger larger hole and that QB, Stroud a little bit more time keep his jersey clean.

    Do it. Get er done. Watch us win games, BABY!
     
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    Talked about him a couple of months ago as a 3rd / 4th round pick range.
     
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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2024/...t-field-yates-two-rounds-64-picks-predictions

    42. Houston Texans (via MIN)

    Jer'Zhan Newton, DT, Illinois

    The Texans' defense is shaping up to be downright dominant up front, with Danielle Hunter and Will Anderson Jr. off the edge. Their presence will create pass-rush opportunities for other players, and throwing Newton -- a dominant interior rusher -- into the mix would only increase the defensive potency. He had 7.5 sacks last season.

    59. Houston Texans

    Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

    We know that the Texans are still exploring options at receiver based on their interest last month in trading for Keenan Allen, and Corley is a YAC king, showing fearlessness and explosiveness with the football in his hands. The Texans have two explosive downfield threats in Nico Collins and Tank Dell, and Corley would be a nice complement to them. He broke or evaded 77 tackles on receptions since the start of 2021, second-most in the FBS.
     
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    Friend on another board who knows someone inside Texans FO (has been reliable in the past - esp. on draft) says Texans like lots of WR.... but not Corley apparently. Dunno why.
     
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    Interesting that Jer'Zhan dropped to us in the 2nd round when previously he was being mocked to us at 23. I wonder what happened...
     
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    WR is no longer a NEED
     
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    You can also see that Nick values guys he's seen play against top college competition at the Shrine Bowl.

    Some offensive and defensive big school guys that attended this year:

    WR
    Cornelius Johnson, Michigan
    Malik Washington, Virginia
    Tahj Washington, USC

    TE
    Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas
    Tip Reiman, Illinois
    McCallan Castles, Tennessee

    OT
    Andrew Coker, TCU
    Julian Pearl, Illinois
    Caedan Wallace, Penn State

    IOL
    Karsen Barnhart, Michigan
    Trente Jones, Michigan
    Christian Mahogany, Boston College
    Nick Samac, Michigan State
    Dylan McMahon, N.C. State
    Matt Goncalves, Pittsburgh
    Matt Lee, Miami (FL)

    IDL
    Jowon Briggs, Cincinnati
    Logan Lee, Iowa
    Fabien Lovett Sr., Florida State
    Leonard Taylor III, Miami (FL)
    Zion Logue, Georgia
    Nathan Pickering, Mississippi State

    EDGE
    Solomon Byrd, USC
    Javontae Jean-Baptiste, Notre Dame
    Xavier Thomas, Clemson
    David Ugwoegbu, Houston
    Trajan Jeffcoat, Arkansas
    Khalid Duke, Kansas State

    LB
    Edgerrin Cooper, Texas A&M
    Kalen DeLoach, Florida State
    Darius Muasau, UCLA
    Steele Chambers, Ohio State
    Aaron Casey, Indiana
    Dallas Gant, Toledo
    Naema Njongmeta, Wisconsin

    CB
    Christian Roland-Wallace, USC
    Daequan Hardy, Penn State
    Deantre Prince, Ole Miss
    Renardo Green, Florida State
    Beanie Bishop Jr., West Virginia
    M.J. Devonshire, Pittsburgh
    Qwan’tez Stiggers, Toronto Argonauts
    Josh Wallace, Michigan

    SAFTEY
    Ryan Watts, Texas
    Tyler Owens, Texas Tech
    Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, Texas Tech
    Jaylen Key, Alabama
    Marcellas Dial, South Carolina
    Jaylon Carlies, Missouri
    Dominique Hampton, Washington
     
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    Also now depends which draft picks are left (if this trade actually happens)...
     
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