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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:00 pm    Post subject: The Patriots get more talent in the trenches while adding tw Reply with quote

starters at wide receiver and tight end."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementNFL DraftPatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots 2019 NFL Draft CoverageMichael McDermott’s Mock Draft: Patriots bolster defensive line White Kevin Faulk Jerseys , offensive line, and pass catching corpsNew,41commentsThe Patriots get more talent in the trenches while adding two likely starters at wide receiver and tight end. EDTShareTweetShareShareMichael McDermott’s Mock Draft: Patriots bolster defensive line, offensive line, and pass catching corpsMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsThe Patriots enter the draft with 12 picks, six of which will be in the first three rounds. This mock draft will cover the first four rounds and mostly consists of my own speculation of how the board will go tonight. The biggest needs I considered were DT, EGDE, OT, WR, TE, and QB for the draft although there aren’t any positions outside of maybe CB where you can say the team is set for the next 3 years with their current personnel. With the 32nd Pick, the New England Patriots select Clelin Ferrell, EGDE, ClemsonI anticipate that Christian Wilkins Kevin Faulk Jerseys 2019 , Dexter Lawrence, Jeffery Simmons, and Greedy Williams will all be off the board by the time the Patriots pick at 32. So here the Patriots are choosing between edge rusher Clelin Ferrell, interior DL Jerry Tillery, WR A.J. Brown, and TE Irv Smith Jr. Considering the value of the players available, Ferrell has the highest chance of starting on Day 1 of those picks with Brown being the next highest value of the picks. Given that the Patriots can get a player with 90% the talent in the second round in J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, I decided to go for Ferrell since he profiles pretty well for what the Patriots like in a hand-in-the-dirt defensive end. He sets the edge and is a strong run defender with moderate pass rush upside (8-10 sacks) and has been very consistent each year. Ferrell would be contribute to start right away even though the Patriots have Michael Bennett and Deatrich Wise Jr. penciled in as their top 2 defensive ends in the rotation with John Simon, Derek Rivers, and Keionta Davis getting playing time with the Patriots in 2018. Ferrell also comes with NCAA postseason experience, as he helped Clemson win two national titles in the past three seasons.With the 56th Pick, the New England Patriots select J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, StanfordWhen looking at potential plug and play guys at the WR position White Tedy Bruschi Jerseys , I expect A.J. Brown, Riley Ridley, and Deebo Samuel to go between picks 32 and 56. As I see it, the Patriots could either vote to optimize the OL depth with a player like Scharping, who I mocked to the Patriots with their next second round pick, go with a plug and play outside WR in Arcega-Whiteside, or add to their defensive front 7. Arcega-Whiteside is a big-bodied with a big catch radius with 33 1/2” arms and a background in basketball, which would allow for Tom Brady and the next QB to hit him on back-shoulder passes away from the defender in the red zone. He’s not an explosive vertical threat, but is a very fluid route runner and knows the nuances of the skill fairly well. Belichick has tapped the Stanford program under David Shaw twice in the last five seasons with the selections of Cameron Fleming, who went on to be a quality swing tackle, and Jordan Richards, who I will not talk about further. Arcega-Whiteside has a pretty moderate ceiling but also a high floor as a WR2 in a high-powered offense.With the 64th Pick, the New England Patriots select Max Scharping, OT Tedy Bruschi Jerseys 2019 , Northern IllinoisThe Patriots have had bad luck at developing tackles with their last two major selections at the positions combining for zero snaps played. Wynn is recovering from a preseason Achilles rupture last season and the team doesn’t have much depth at the position behind Wynn and Cannon on the OL. The Patriots will likely find a way to solve this issue in addition to selecting Scharping, a 4-year starter on the OL. Competition level is a concern since Scharping played in a mid major program, but that’s otherwise the only major flag as a draftable player. Experience at both tackle spots in college makes for an interesting dynamic on the OL and whether or not Scharping ends up at LT or RT depends on if Wynn can recover from his injury and assume the LT spot. With the 73rd Pick, the New England Patriots select Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&MThis year’s TE class is very shallow if you’re looking for draftable players before the 4th round. Hockenson is the closest to a complete TE with the other players in the draft class more glorified receivers. After the first round, the only 2 TEs I liked are Irv Smith Jr. and Jace Sternberger as fits. Smith will likely go in the Top 50, leaving the Patriots with just Sternberger as an option on Day 2. Sternberger doesn’t have ideal size or speed measurables and certainly isn’t a great run blocker either, but he is an excellent route runner from the TE position with TE1 production potential down the road after he bulks up over 260. Sternberger isn’t going to likely end up as an inline blocker due to his smaller frame relative to the position, but could develop into a decent blocker on the move and a quality pass receiver.With the 97th Pick, the New England Patriots select Will Harris, Safety, Boston CollegeHarris offers great versatility to a New England secondary that has aging starters at the safety position. Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung will be 32 when the season starts, so they're closer to the end of their respective careers. Duron Harmon is a quality 3rd safety in the rotation White Andre Tippett Jerseys , but his lack of top-end speed caused him to be phased out of the gameplan against KC and played sparingly in the Super Bowl as the Patriots employed the Four Corners defense. Harris can play any role you can ask a safety to do: deep, box, man coverage, robber, or even the slot. His CB level athleticism combined with an ideal build for a safety makes him a great fit for covering TEs and RBs in the slot or wide. Throw in the fact he's also likely to develop into a core special teamer, there's too much value here to pass up.With the 101st Pick, the New England Patriots select Brett Rypien, QB, Boise StateThe backup QB spot is a position that gets neglected by teams, but in certain cases having a quality backup can be a season-saver. Rypien is the son of former Super Bowl winning QB Mark Rypien and has been around the game his whole life. His arm talent is pretty average but does have 4 years starting experience with quality production and sees the field well. The Patriots offense requires the QB to be able to process the defense pre and post snap, although the Patriots do a great job at forcing the defense to tell. Worst case scenario Rypien develops into a quality backup for 4 years behind Tom Brady and best case scenario he is able to be a solid starter down the road.With the 134th pick, the New England Patriots select Renell Wren, DT, Arizona StateWren is an interesting player from a fit perspective. He has ideal size and length to be both a 3-4 end and 4-3 interior DL Andre Tippett Jerseys 2019 , although he has a tendency to play out of control at times. However the upside as a potential 3-down starter if his feet and hands are coached up is undeniable and worth taking a mid-round gamble on. Early on he can start out as the #4 DT in the rotation while the coaching staff works hard on correcting his technique problems. Daily news and links for Friday."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementPatriots NewsNew England Patriots LinksNew England Patriots links 5/03/19 - Rob Gronkowski still on everybody’s mindNew,12commentsDaily news and links for Friday.EDTShareTweetShareShareNew England Patriots links 5/03/19 - Rob Gronkowski still on everybody’s mindJohn David Mercer-USA TODAY SportsTEAM TALKThe Patriots signed 10 undrafted rookie free agents and also made three other roster moves.Don Banks lists 10 NFL topics that still lack answers as the offseason reaches May.Paul Perillo profiles Patriots rookie running back Damien Harris.Angelique Fiske reports that Rob Gronkowski played a prominent role at the American Music Award.Fred Kirsch, Andy Hart, Paul Perillo and Erik Scalavino discuss the Patriots’ draft and who was the better Patriots slot receiver: Wes Welker or Julian Edelman? (2:02:05 audio)Kyle Van Noy, Jason McCourty, Rex Burkhead and Stephon Gilmore get a preview of the latest 3 Games to Glory documentary. (2:40 video)LOCAL LINKSMatt Chatham (The Athletic) thinks that the Patriots have moved elsewhere while the rest of the NFL is looking for the next Rob Gronkowski.Zack Cox (NESN) reviews the college tape of Patriots third-round pick Damien Harris.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) looks at the Patriots roster to find the deepest and weakest positions on the team.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) thinks that the Patriots Way is alive and well this offseason.Mike Reiss (ESPN Boston) writes about Tom Brady’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and him joking about not being the NFL’s highest-paid quarterback.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) lists five free agents the Patriots could still be interested in.Doug Kyed (NESN) opens his latest mailbag to speak tight end options, running backs, and more.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) takes a closer look at Patriots fifth-round rookie Byron Cowart.Jeff Howe (The Athletic) writes about Chase Winovich’s soft side.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) shares Lawrence Guy’s unusual question after he had just won the Super Bowl.Zack Cox (NESN) quotes James White and his fantasy football aspirations.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) takes you into the weekend with some Patriots updates.Tom Curran (NBC Boston) unveils his new AFC power rankings.Henry McKenna (Patriots Wire) posts a funny Martellus Bennett story about Bill Belichick criticizing Tom Brady.Kevin Duffy (Boston Herald) writes that James White welcomes the running back competition.Adam London (NESN) shares the reactions of Patriots players to Tom Brady’s skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live.Darren Hartwell (NBC Boston) points out that N’Keal Harry is a dark horse rookie of the year candidate.NATIONAL NEWSGeoff Schwartz (SB Nation) shows how rookies can make an NFL roster, starting now.Conor Orr (Sports Illustrated) lists the NFL’s best remaining free agents.Maurice Morton (Bleacher Report) ranks the NFL’s defenses after the draft.Jay Glazer (The Athletic) opens his post-draft mailbag.Dan Parr (NFL.com) posts his draft grades for the AFC North.Jason Owens (Yahoo! Sports) reports that the Chiefs’ overtime proposal has gained some traction.The MMQB staff (Sports Illustrated) publishes its latest NFL power rankings.Scott Spratt (Pro Football Focus) names his fantasy sleepers from the late draft rounds and undrafted free agency.EXTRACURRICULARAdam Stites (SB Nation) thinks that the NFL commissioner’s exempt list is a cop-out.
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