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2021 Composite Ranking (Defense)

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1st Round Grades


1. Kwity Paye / Michigan / 6'4", 277

2. Carlos Basham / Wake Forest / 6'3", 281

3. Jaelan Phillips* / Miami / 6'5", 266



Day 2 Grades

4. Jayson Oweh** / Penn St. / 6'5', 255

5. Cameron Sample / Tulane / 6'3", 274

6. Joe Tryon* / Washington / 6'5", 262

7. Azeez Ojulari** / Georgia / 6'3", 240

8. Elerson Smith / N. Iowa / 6'6", 262

9. Greg Rousseau** / Miami / 6'6", 260

10. Adetokunbo Ogundeji / Notre Dame / 6'4", 256

11. Daelin Hayes / Notre Dame / 6'4", 261

12. Chauncey Golston / Iowa / 6'5", 268

13. Payton Turner / Houston / 6'5", 270

14. Joseph Ossai* / Texas / 6'4", 253

15. Jordan Smith* / UAB / 6'6", 255

16. Quincy Roche / Miami / 6'3", 243



Day 3 Grades

17. Janarius Robinson / Florida St. / 6'5", 266

18. Ronnie Perkins* / Oklahoma / 6'3", 251

19. Joshua Kaindoh* / Florida St. / 6'7", 261

20. Osa Odighizuwa / UCLA / 6'2" 280

21. Chris Rumph* / Duke / 6'4", 235

22. Rashad Weaver / Pittsburgh / 6'4", 265

23. Wyatt Hubert* / Kansas St. / 6'3", 265

24. Patrick Jones / Pittsburgh / 6'4", 264

25. Victor Dumikeje / Duke / 6'2", 265

26. Ali Fayad / W. Michigan / 6'2", 255

27. Dayo Odeyingbo / Vanderbilt / 6'6", 275

28. Patrick Johnson / Tulane / 6'3", 250

29. Hamilcar Rashed / Oregon St. / 6'3" ,254

30. JaQuan Bailey / Iowa St. / 6'2", 255

31. William Bradley-King / Baylor / 6'3", 254

32. Marquiss Spencer / Miss. St. / 6'4", 285

33. Kobe Jones / Miss. St. / 6'4", 270



UDFA

34. Jonathan Cooper / Ohio St. / 6'3", 254

35. Raymond Johnson / GA-Southern / 6'3", 260

36. Eli Howard / Texas Tech / 6'4", 275

37. Malik Herring / Georgia / 6'3", 283

38. Malcolm Koonce / Buffalo / 6'3", 250

39. Shaka Toney / Penn St. / 6'2", 238

40. Tarron Jackson / Coa. Carolina / 6'2", 260

41. Darius Hodge* / Marshall / 6'2", 238

42. Milton Williams* / LA-Tech / 6'4", 271








Dayo Odeyingbo suffered a torn achilles a few weeks ago while preparing for the draft and may consider returning to Vanderbilt. Unfortunate break for the kid.
 

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Is Dayo where he is because of the injury? Just curious.

For the most part yes. I've had a grade on him as high as 3rd Round during his Senior season and I felt like he improved some of his pass rush moves under Coach Haye.

Although it's probable that I was never quite as enamored with him as the NFL was. He checked certain boxes in terms of his frame and athleticism that they like, but I think he's just an average football player that struggled at times to get off SEC blocks when you get right down to it.
 

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These rankings are wicked cool!

I bet Grier has them pinned on his bulletin board!

Excellent work considering the intrinsic limitations!

:oops:
 

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1st Round Grades


1. Christian Barmore** / Alabama / 6'5", 310

2. Levi Onwuzurike / Washington / 6'3", 290



Day 2 Grades

3. Daviyon Nixon* / Iowa / 6'3", 309

4. Bobby Brown* / Texas A&M / 6'4", 325



Day 3 Grades

5. Tyler Shelvin* / LSU / 6'3", 346

6. Tommy Togiai* / Ohio St. / 6'2", 300

7. Marlon Tuipulotu* / USC / 6'2", 308

8. Jay Tufele* / USC / 6'3", 305

9. Alim McNeill* / NC State / 6'2", 315

10. Ta'Quon Graham / Texas / 6'3", 290

11. Tedarrell Slaton / Florida / 6'5", 358

12. Khyiris Tonga / BYU / 6'4", 321

13. Darius Stills / W. Virginia / 6'1", 292

14. Marvin Wilson / Florida St. / 6'3", 319

15. Jerome Johnson / Indiana / 6'3", 294

16. Jordan Scott / Oregon / 6'1", 322

17. Jaylen Twyman* / Pittsburgh / 6'2", 290



UDFA

18. Cameron Murray / Oklahoma St. / 6'2", 290

19. Kyree Campbell / Florida / 6'3", 304

20. Phil Hoskins / Kentucky / 6'5", 306

21. Quinton Bohanna / Kentucky / 6'4", 361

22. Jack Heflin / Iowa / 6'4", 310

23. Michael Dwumfour / Rutgers / 6'1", 296







Bobby Brown is a kid that I don't think I've heard enough about. I believe this is an underrated defensive tackle and the biggest reason aTm had what was in my opinion - the best rushing defense in the country. We recruited him hard to Alabama and he probably would've ended up being issued a 5th Star by the recruiting services had he came to Tuscaloosa instead of staying home. His athleticism jumps off the film at that immense size. Second only to another aTm defensive lineman that will rank at the top of my underclassman DL thread for 2022.


Christian Barmore began the 2020 season as my top underclassman DT as a RS Sophomore, and finished there. Thoroughly dominated the playoffs with 10 tackles, 3 TFL's, 2 sacks, and many more impactful plays. 'Pot Roast' is just scratching the surface. Had the potential to be a top 5 pick next year had he stayed for another season.
 

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why is that hilarious?


Nothing against Malik himself or the Bulldogs, just that, I don't remember who that was, maybe you or Scotty or someone had a big argument w Pach about Herring and for a while he would ask where Herring was ranked on every rankings thread, lol. I would find it just as funny if he went Top 10.

I just find it funny when someone dies on a particular hill and ends up all wrong.

I have had differences in opinion based on evals w people on here but I never take it personal. I find it funny someone took it personal to defend his eval and alienated other users just for the player to let him down.

I still remember when I said we should take Sproles in the 5th instead of a RB at #2 and getting laughed at and being told Sproles was a 'wasted pick'. Yet I didn't personally go after the poster. Pach does, he's just as crazy as the people he argues w, he just happens to be right more often.
 

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That was me. Malik is from close to where I live. I watched him play at Mary Persons in high school. He started to flash toward the end of his junior year at Georgia. This year he wasn’t good, and didn’t even give great effort. Then he tore his acl at the Senior Bowl. I’m glad I gave you a good laugh. I hope I didn’t jinx him.
 

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That was me. Malik is from close to where I live. I watched him play at Mary Persons in high school. He started to flash toward the end of his junior year at Georgia. This year he wasn’t good, and didn’t even give great effort. Then he tore his acl at the Senior Bowl. I’m glad I gave you a good laugh. I hope I didn’t jinx him.

Hope he turns it around and claws his way back up. I don't really think he's going UDFA but he'll go late, no doubt.
 

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Barmore has been my pick at #18 through most of the process. Imagine that DL against the run w Lawson, Barmore, Davis and Wilkins! Yikes!
Haven't thought about that kind of possibility with all the focus on O but yeah -- that would be totally intimidating
and definitely worth a long hard look! Imagine we grab Barmore and Parsons R1! Then go all O crazy the balance of the draft.
That's an interesting possibility IMO.
 

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Nothing against Malik himself or the Bulldogs, just that, I don't remember who that was, maybe you or Scotty or someone had a big argument w Pach about Herring and for a while he would ask where Herring was ranked on every rankings thread, lol. I would find it just as funny if he went Top 10.

I just find it funny when someone dies on a particular hill and ends up all wrong.

I have had differences in opinion based on evals w people on here but I never take it personal. I find it funny someone took it personal to defend his eval and alienated other users just for the player to let him down.

I still remember when I said we should take Sproles in the 5th instead of a RB at #2 and getting laughed at and being told Sproles was a 'wasted pick'. Yet I didn't personally go after the poster. Pach does, he's just as crazy as the people he argues w, he just happens to be right more often.
I got in on that too, was my baptism by fire on this site. Whatever, I’ve died on worse hills before
 

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Biggest surprise is Phillips in rd 1. Is that the guy who retired and hardly played?
Rough year for DTs, just like any other year. They aren't worth a high pick.
 

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Barmore has been my pick at #18 through most of the process. Imagine that DL against the run w Lawson, Barmore, Davis and Wilkins! Yikes!
And then imagine it against the pass and the infinite amount of time a QB would have. If we're spending a first round pick on D line, it better be to get a guy who can create consistent pressure. Pass rush is non existent on this team unless it's schemed which in turn leaves the secondary out to dry. Admittedly, this what Flores likes to do and why we've spent so much $$ on DBs, but it may be time to get some guys who can pressure the qb.
 
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