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Trading Back

Discussion in '2019 NFL Draft' started by RavensMania, Feb 23, 2019.

  1. RavensMania

    RavensMania Staff Member Moderator

  2. JoeyFlex5

    JoeyFlex5 Ravens Ring of Honor

    Trade back would be best almost certainly. With names like elgton Jenkins, Deebo Samuel, Hakeem butler, Damien Harris, Josh Jacobs, Chris Lindstrom, Zach Allen, Jerry Tillery, Dalton Risner, Nasir Adderley, jj arcega shoreside, chase winovich, Deionte Thompson, Chauncey Gardner Johnson, dre’mont Jones, Trysten Hill, Nate Davis, David Montgomery etc expected to go in the second and some even in the third, yeah I’d say stocking up on day 2 and making a ton of picks there is best.

    We could, not realistically but still possibly, land 3-4 of these names on day 2, if we get a nice trade back. I’d take that over getting someone like Montez sweat or Cody ford or kelvin harmon
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  3. Willbacker

    Willbacker Pro Bowler

  4. RavensMania

    RavensMania Staff Member Moderator

    Completely understand. Really depends on the offer
  5. Edgar

    Edgar Pro Bowler

    I am going on record with this right now; Nassir Adderly is a star and I wouldn't blink if we stayed put at 22 and took him right there.

    And to be more in keeping with the thread....I think Darnell Savage is absolutely a first round talent. A perfect draft scenario to me would be a first round trade back that enables us to land both Jenkins and Savage
  6. RavensMania

    RavensMania Staff Member Moderator

    yep, he's my top rated FS in this draft. I'd be surprised to see Savage go in the first round, but do see him going in the 2nd round. I also like what i've seen from Deionte Thompson.

    Damn that would be a nice scenario to be able to get both of those guys
  7. Lost_In_Translation

    Lost_In_Translation Staff Member Administrator Writer

    Trade back. Take Mack Wilson at the top of the second. That's our move....

    Wilson isn't as polished as CJ was coming out of school but I think he's going to be a day 1 starter and is a likely pro bowler... Possibly as a rookie. He may not be ready to call the defenses yet, but Earl Thomas can handle green dot duties. Dude has tremendous instincts and coverage abilities.

    Oh and he hits like a freight train. He plays like a Raven.
  8. allblackraven

    allblackraven Ravens Ring of Honor

    Perhaps he should have returned for a senior year but I reckon he's exactly type of guy someone might go for in late RD 1, considering how close the class is overall after top 10-15 guys.
  9. Lost_In_Translation

    Lost_In_Translation Staff Member Administrator Writer

    I have a first round grade on him
  10. Davesta

    Davesta Veteran

    You think Mack wilson is a significant upgrade over peanut and Kenny young to be taking him with our first pick over others needs like interior Oline and WR?
  11. rossihunter2

    rossihunter2 Staff Member Moderator

    im not sold on mack wilson at all to be taking him as our top pick in the draft (even with a trade back)
  12. RaineV1

    RaineV1 Pro Bowler

    Definitely a huge upgrade over Peanut. Not sure yet what Young's ceiling is.
  13. JoeyFlex5

    JoeyFlex5 Ravens Ring of Honor

    I like Devin bush far more than Mack Wilson. With a great 2 gapping DL in front of him he should be elite. I do worry that no LB in this class really meshes with Kenny young’s style, but I hold out hope that with guys like Michael pierce and Chris wormley at the 0/1 and 4/5 techs a tandem of bush and young will be maximized regardless. Both guys have incredible range and explosion, both guys do very well when given space or when given a gap to shoot, any gap left behind in the front can and will be exploited by either of those guys, backside or front side, at the very least they’re getting in the backfield and flushing the play out wide, and with guys like Tavon young and tony Jefferson I feel very good about getting a TFL any time a play is flushed out wide.

    I’m hoping our DL really shows up next year and allows young and our other LB to flow east and west and keep them untouched, that’s the key, whether we draft Wilson or bush or whoever tf, we need a stout front, with a box safety and an undersized speedy LB like young looking to be key pieces we gotta keep our standup guys unblocked

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