He's a tackle and will be a tackle in the NFL ultimately. He could wind up at right tackle, he could be a swing guy who plays if Bakhtiari or Bulaga get hurt. But I don't see him a guard long term.
I'd take King. I like his size and speed. The Packers haven't had a guy who's 200-plus pounds and can run a 4.4 since Nick Collins. He's got a nice wing span, good size hands and is only 21.
If they do, it would be McKinley.
I think it's on their radar. They can't count on Bennett and Kendricks long-term. They need to continue to build that position. It's a decent year for tight ends and they might be able to pull a future starter out of this class.
You know, I'm not even sure what his career average is? Do you know?
I'll go with Charles Harris.
I thought the Bennett signing was excellent. Kendricks was a smart move, too. I still have some doubt that letting Lang go was the right thing to do. Thompson might be completely right on this one, but I think Lang was important to the cohesion of that offensive line. I think he re-signed the right guy in Nick Perry. I have no problem with letting Hyde go. It was a solid off-season for him.
I'd boycott ESPN for all those layoffs they just did, including Wisconsin's own Andy Katz. Boo.
Not today. I like Ogunbowale better.
I'm going to take a quick bathroom break. Be right back.
Well, we have a trade right off the bat. The 49ers are moving out of No. 2 and will receive No. 3, No. 67 (3rd), No. 111 (4th) and a 2018 3rd rounder. Wow.
Gave up way too much to move one spot.
So, we have Garrett to Cleveland and Trubisky to Chicago.
Great trade for them. They must have been receiving heavy interest in that pick. Maybe Cleveland was trying to get up there for back-to-back picks. Whatever the case, the Bears were convinced they had to give up the farm to move up one pick.
I would think Glennon would start and then Trubisky would move in when ready.
Dowell Loggins. Used to be in Tennessee.