Slimm's 2019 Defensive Ends (underclassman)

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  1. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    1. Nick Bosa / Ohio St. / 6'4", 270

    2. Clelin Ferrell / Clemson / 6'4", 265

    3. Rashan Gary / Michigan / 6'5", 283

    4. Jachai Polite / Florida / 6'2", 260 (LB)

    5. Brian Burns / Florida St. / 6'5", 235 (LB)

    6. Jabari Zuniga / Florida / 6'4", 257

    7. Kenny Willekes / Michigan St. / 6'4", 260

    8. Anthony Nelson / Iowa / 6'7", 271

    9. Nick Coe** / Auburn / 6'5", 282

    10. Khalid Kareem / Notre Dame / 6'4", 266

    11. McTelvin Agim / Arkansas / 6'3", 286

    12. Joe Jackson / Miami / 6'5", 258

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    13. Alton Robinson / Syracuse / 6'4", 249 (LB)

    14. Marlon Davidson / Auburn / 6'3", 282

    15. Julian Okwara / Notre Dame / 6'5", 241 (LB)

    16. Christian Rector / USC / 6'4", 275

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    17. D.J. Wonnum / S. Carolina / 6'5", 258

    18. Maxx Crosby / E. Michigan / 6'5", 247

    19. Bradlee Anae / Utah / 6'3", 254

    20. Jordan Brailford / Oklahoma St. / 6'3", 250

    21. Shareef Miller / Penn St. / 6'5", 259

    22. Joe Gaziano / Northwestern / 6'4", 280

    23. Quincy Roche** / Temple / 6'4", 235 (LB)

    24. Trevon Hill / Virginia Tech / 6'3", 245 (LB) {Dismissed}

    25. Daelin Hayes / Notre Dame / 6'3", 265

    26. Sutton Smith / N. Illinois / 6'1", 237 (LB)

    27. Mike Danna / C. Michigan / 6'2", 257

    28. Cedric Wilcots / New Mexico St. / 6'4", 260

    29. Malcolm Roach / Texas / 6'4", 270

    30. Nnamdi Oguayo / Washington St. / 6'3", 252 (LB)

    30. Eli Howard / Texas Tech / 6'4", 270
     
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    dolfan91 Starter Donator

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    2019 looks to be absolutely loaded with DL Talent. Much more quality than 2017 and just about as many potential 1st rounders. I’ve been reading about 2019 for a few months, lots of articles about how good the talent could be.
     
  3. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    Never seen defensive line depth and talent like this. Half of the top 60 grades could all be defensive lineman if all my key underclassmen declare.
     
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    If there was ever a year, where Miami could find quality DT’s in an effort to replace Suh and get more stout at DT, I think this would be there year?
     
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    I think this class of DE's tells us that this will probably be Cam Wakes last year with the team.
     
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    Hopefully Andre Branch's...

    And yeah, this DL class is sick. Legitimate first round guys guaranteed to be sitting there in the second.
     
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    Definitely, it is one of the years where you can go into round 3 and still get day 1 starter level talent. Hell, you may be able to land an elite level DL prospect at the end of round 1 when typically those guys are gone in the top 10 or so of the draft.
     
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    Love to see this list correlated with SPARQ numbers at the end of the year.
     
  9. j-off-her-doll

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    You have Brailford rated higher than other lists I've seen, and I'm surprised more people aren't talking about him. He's having a strong season. I'd say that he should return for 2019, but he's already 23 y/o. Still, good player.
     
  10. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    I think he's a little bit stiff, but he gets after it. He produces when he's on the field. Redshirted and missed some time due to injuries so he's a little bit older. He just floats around somewhere in my top 15 or so.
     
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    Rashan Gary is a bad ***.
     
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    I was just going to ask you all about Gary out of Michigan, is he worth a high pick? He’s looked real good so far this year.

    I know everyone is going to be swooning over Bosa.
     
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    I think he’d be a nice William Hayes replacement.
     
  14. j-off-her-doll

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    I feel like Zach Allen would be the most obvious replacement for Hayes - wins with his hands and strength, elite motor and instincts, quicker and more agile than you'd expect for a guy that size.
     
  15. TedSlimmJr

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    There's a lot of badasses in this defensive line class. Thing with Rashan Gary is that he hasn't played in a month.
     

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