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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncosohio87 View Post
    Laviska Shenault. I see this kids stock soaring.
    Lol more like tank city. We could snag him in the second now

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltySnipes View Post
    Lol more like tank city. We could snag him in the second now
    No kidding Laviska Shenault may go into a freefall. He ran slow and got hurt. I would be shocked if he went in the first round and might fall to the third.

    Trey Adams was terrible. He might not get drafted at this point

    Some others that are soaring are:

    Chase Claypool. He was so fast and runs a tremendous route tree. He is so big and fast and runs tremendous routes. He could rise all the way to the 2nd round
    Ezra Cleveland. Came out as a stud tackle. If the OT class was not so strong he would be a first rounder. He is probably the best pass blocking OT in this draft, has 40 starts at BSU, and testing off the charts at the combine. I would love to get this kid
    Pitman - huge and fast enough. He tracks the ball so well

    of course Jefferson and Mims tested so great too.

    I think all of these WRs will cause Raegor and Viska to fall further than most expect

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    I think you have a good case re: Love, but Herbert had a really good combine....which if anything, gets him back into the picture. But whose to say....til draft day.
    Check McShay's and other mocks before and after the combine. McShay didn't have Love going in the first round before the combine, he now has Love going 6 overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    Herbert very well might go #1 overall
    If it were real money, I'd take that bet all day long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myoung View Post
    No kidding Laviska Shenault may go into a freefall. He ran slow and got hurt. I would be shocked if he went in the first round and might fall to the third.

    Trey Adams was terrible. He might not get drafted at this point

    Some others that are soaring are:

    Chase Claypool. He was so fast and runs a tremendous route tree. He is so big and fast and runs tremendous routes. He could rise all the way to the 2nd round
    Ezra Cleveland. Came out as a stud tackle. If the OT class was not so strong he would be a first rounder. He is probably the best pass blocking OT in this draft, has 40 starts at BSU, and testing off the charts at the combine. I would love to get this kid
    Pitman - huge and fast enough. He tracks the ball so well

    of course Jefferson and Mims tested so great too.

    I think all of these WRs will cause Raegor and Viska to fall further than most expect
    Viska came into the combine with an injuried and then under preformed. He also had that injury most of last season. That is still his biggest concerns but I still bet he goes in the second. He or reagor could be a good option in the second taking there upside is alot higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Viska came into the combine with an injuried and then under preformed. He also had that injury most of last season. That is still his biggest concerns but I still bet he goes in the second. He or reagor could be a good option in the second taking there upside is alot higher.
    Both Shenault and Raegor can play slot receiver that is a real benefit to Denver. I think Raegor runs faster at his pro day. Viska in the slot creates a ton of matchup problems. You could sell me an OL and or DL in rd 1 paired with Shenault in rd 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Viska came into the combine with an injuried and then under preformed. He also had that injury most of last season. That is still his biggest concerns but I still bet he goes in the second. He or reagor could be a good option in the second taking there upside is alot higher.
    Yes....he was playing with the injury, which is much different than coming to the combine, running slower, and then getting injured.

    Recovery time is 6-8 weeks. If anything, I think he will be popular at the draft, because folks know what he brings, and he will be healed by summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myoung View Post
    No kidding Laviska Shenault may go into a freefall. He ran slow and got hurt. I would be shocked if he went in the first round and might fall to the third.

    Trey Adams was terrible. He might not get drafted at this point

    Some others that are soaring are:

    Chase Claypool. He was so fast and runs a tremendous route tree. He is so big and fast and runs tremendous routes. He could rise all the way to the 2nd round
    Ezra Cleveland. Came out as a stud tackle. If the OT class was not so strong he would be a first rounder. He is probably the best pass blocking OT in this draft, has 40 starts at BSU, and testing off the charts at the combine. I would love to get this kid
    Pitman - huge and fast enough. He tracks the ball so well

    of course Jefferson and Mims tested so great too.

    I think all of these WRs will cause Raegor and Viska to fall further than most expect
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Viska came into the combine with an injuried and then under preformed. He also had that injury most of last season. That is still his biggest concerns but I still bet he goes in the second. He or reagor could be a good option in the second taking there upside is alot higher.
    Yes....he was playing with the injury, which is much different than coming to the combine, running slower, and then getting injured.

    Recovery time is 6-8 weeks. If anything, I think he will be popular at the draft, because folks know what he brings, and he will be all healed by summer. Healthier than he was at the end of last season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Yes....he was playing with the injury, which is much different than coming to the combine, running slower, and then getting injured.

    Recovery time is 6-8 weeks. If anything, I think he will be popular at the draft, because folks know what he brings, and he will be all healed by summer. Healthier than he was at the end of last season.
    He has a serious injury risk and now may not be able to run again. He only has a very slow time on the books. I think it will affect his draft stock. His game looks a lot different if he is a legit 4.6 guy. His style doesn't bode well if he doesn't run fast enough. The fact that he couldn't do the other quickness related tests also hurts. He may go in the second, but it is hard to see why someone would take a risk on him when there are so many WRs in this draft. I don't think there is any way he goes above the top 6 guys and will be lucky to be 1 of the top 10 WRs drafted. I think there is an outside chance 15 WRs go before him

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    Quote Originally Posted by myoung View Post
    He has a serious injury risk and now may not be able to run again. He only has a very slow time on the books. I think it will affect his draft stock. His game looks a lot different if he is a legit 4.6 guy. His style doesn't bode well if he doesn't run fast enough. The fact that he couldn't do the other quickness related tests also hurts. He may go in the second, but it is hard to see why someone would take a risk on him when there are so many WRs in this draft. I don't think there is any way he goes above the top 6 guys and will be lucky to be 1 of the top 10 WRs drafted. I think there is an outside chance 15 WRs go before him
    I agree...until he is proven healthy, it may hang over his head, for some teams. I think that any team interested in him will do the due diligence on the medical side, and if they liked him before, will probably still like him going forward based on the reasonable recovery time estimated.

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    Any adds to the list?

    It's not as easy this time around, because we do not see or hear about the workouts/interviews/medicals/news in general. I get a feeling that we may not hear anything really negative, in social media. The world has more things on its mind....though there are always those who like to stir up things.

    I still think Simmons goes earlier than expected, a couple of months back. And with that, I expect one of the ILBs to rise a little.

    Love is interesting, because he might go higher than previously thought.

    And I still sense that a pass rusher or two will be chosen earlier, given there are so few....and teams covet them.

    And once again, WRs will be a focus of this draft...BUT which ones will go earlier or later than expected??? I will be quite interested in those who go after the big 3, and in what order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myoung View Post
    He has a serious injury risk and now may not be able to run again. He only has a very slow time on the books. I think it will affect his draft stock. His game looks a lot different if he is a legit 4.6 guy. His style doesn't bode well if he doesn't run fast enough. The fact that he couldn't do the other quickness related tests also hurts. He may go in the second, but it is hard to see why someone would take a risk on him when there are so many WRs in this draft. I don't think there is any way he goes above the top 6 guys and will be lucky to be 1 of the top 10 WRs drafted. I think there is an outside chance 15 WRs go before him
    Any one that watches his tape should be able to tell he is alot faster then the time he posted

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    Andrew Thomas earlier was being considered probably the best OT available but now it seems he is possibly considered the 4th? best available. Not sure if that is because of something other than the other OTs now looking better with more exposure from the combine or something negative about Thomas? Becton I think has risen, especially since the combine but seems to be more about his physical measurements/40 time than anything else.
    I am hoping that Thomas falls to #15, that would be what the Broncos need, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Any one that watches his tape should be able to tell he is alot faster then the time he posted
    I believe he had a groin injury at the time of his 40? If he was fully healthy, I could see him being a 4.48-4.50 guy. His playmaking ability and field vision stands out on tape. Hes not a burner but hes a threat with the ball in his hands. A great OC will find a way to get him involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDbroncos02 View Post
    I believe he had a groin injury at the time of his 40? If he was fully healthy, I could see him being a 4.48-4.50 guy. His playmaking ability and field vision stands out on tape. Hes not a burner but hes a threat with the ball in his hands. A great OC will find a way to get him involved.
    During his sophomore season there was reports of him running a 4.3 I think he is a solid 4.4 guy probably low. If you look at his sophomore season there are times he just runs right past every one

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