Inside the Criminal Minds of the Cerebral Twins: The Final Chapter

I hope you have your patient/thinking cap on because this is a lot of information.

The draft is just around the corner and Im almost certain that most of you will be unhappy with our first round selection. Not because it wont be a good selection for our team, but because there will be so many names left on the board.

Im very hopeful that this year will be the beginning of the end, an end to an unstable offense, and an end to the Bears running different offenses.

Lovie use to say "we get off the bus running the ball" but with Trestman I hope other teams will be running to get back on their bus because our offense wont let up.

I would love for you to take a look back on all my work insight of Emery

2012 part 1

2012 part 2

2012 part 3

2012 part 4

2013 part 1

2013 part 2

Some NFL Rankings (the order of names is not important)






Geno Smith

Eddie Lacy

Cordarrelle Patterson

Zach Ertz

Luke Joeckel

Matt Barkley

Le'Veon Bell

Tavon Austin

Tyler Eifert

Eric Fisher

Mike Glennon

Montee Ball

Keenan Allen

Jordan Reed

Lane Johnson

Tyler Bray

Giovani Bernard

Robert Woods

Gavin Escobar

D.J. Fluker

Tyler Wilson

Johnathan Franklin

Justin Hunter

Travis Kelce

Menelik Watson

Landry Jones

Knile Davis

DeAndre Hopkins

Vance McDonald

Justin Pugh

Ryan Nassib

Andre Ellington

Terrance Williams

Terron Armstead

E.J. Manuel

Christine Michael

Stedman Bailey

Oday Aboushi

Matt Scott

Marcus Lattimore

Quinton Patton

Reid Fragel





Chance Warmack

Barrett Jones

Sharrif Floyd

Dion Jordan

Jonathan Cooper

Travis Frederick

Star Lotulelei

Ezekial Ansah

Kyle Long

Khaled Holmes

Sheldon Richardson

Barkevious Mingo

Dallas Thomas

Brian Schwenke

Sylvester Williams

Bjoern Werner

Larry Warford

T.J. Johnson

Kawann Short

Datone Jones

Brian Winters

P.J. Lonergan

Johnathan Hankins

Damontre Moore

Alvin Bailey

Braxston Cave

John Jenkins

Margus Hunt

Jesse Williams

Alex Okafor

Brandon Williams





Jarvis Jones

Alec Ogletree

Kenny Vaccaro

Dee Milliner

Arthur Brown Jr.

Kevin Minter

Matt Elam

Xavier Rhodes

Jamie Collins

Manti Te'o

Jonathan Cyprien

Desmond Trufant

Khaseem Greene

Jon Bostic

Eric Reid

Blidi Wreh-Wilson

Kevin Reddick

Kiko Alonso

D.J. Swearinger

Johnthan Banks

Sio Moore

Michael Mauti

Tony Jefferson

Leon McFadden

Devonte Holloman

Bruce Taylor

Phillip Thomas

Jamar Taylor

Zaviar Gooden

Nico Johnson

Shawn Williams

Robert Alford

Tyrann Mathieu

This whole off-season we've tried to figure out who the Bears will draft at 20 but I don't think we've truly understood how many prospects will be available for us at the 20th pick. Im not going to do a mock draft but I will mock a list of who the top 19 picks may be.

1. Geno Smith

2. QB (any name may fit here)

3. Tavon Austin

4. WR (any name may fit here)

5. Luke Joeckel

6. Eric Fisher

7. Lane Johnson (he may actually fall to us too)

8. Chance Warmack

9. Dion Jordan

10. Ezekial Anshah

11. Barkevious Mingo

12. Bjoern Werner

13. Damontre Moore

14. Sharrif Floyd

15. Star Lotulelei

16. Sheldon RIchardson

17. Jarvis Jones

18. Kenny Vaccarro

19. Dee Milliner

20. ?

Now I didn't put these guys down according to where they will be drafted I just put them down according to position. I don't expect a team to draft a running back high but if they do one of these guys comes off this list. I only expect two quarterbacks to get drafted before us but if more get selected we now have more names coming off this list. We may only see one receiver go ahead of us but there are a couple teams ahead of us needing receiver help. Looks like there will be a plethora of DE's taken in the first round. When I look at the DT's I actually think one of the top three may still be available for us. That would mean either Star, Sheldon, or Shariff could be a Chicago Bear. I highly doubt it's Shariff but maybe Star should catch a cold so we can select him at 20. Alec Ogletree may fall to us he may not, but if he doesn't there's another name coming off this list. Too bad we aren't looking for a top corner or safety because we would have our pick of the litter.

Names Still Available at 20:

1. Matt Barkley

2. Tyler Bray

3. Keenan Allen

4. Robert Woods

5. Zach Ertz

6. Tyler Eifert

7. D.J. Fluker

8. Terron Armstead

9. Jonathan Cooper

10. Barrett Jones

11. Travis Frederick

12. Kawann Short

13. Datone Jones

14. Arthur Brown Jr.

15. Alec Ogletree

16. Kevin Minter

17. Manti Teo

18. Matt Elam

19. Jonathan Cyprien

20. Eric Reid

21. D.J. Swearington

22. Xavier Rhodes

23. Desmond Trufant

This draft is so deep at certain positions we will have to overlook a lot of them. If my math is on that's 22 prospects drafted after our 20th selection, which would leave eight spots until our next pick. I think we can definitely have a nice pick waiting there for us at 50.

Current Roster

Quarterbacks: Jay Cutler, Josh McCown, Matt Blanchard

Overview: I believe Jay Cutler is and will prove he is our franchise quarterback. This is a very sticky situation for him and the organization. I think we all hope he proves his worth for a big contract rather than put us in a position to look for another one. I don't think some of you understand the severity of the situation if Cutler doesn't show up. We would actually go backwards if we put the keys to the team in the hands of a free agent. Then we would be in an awkward situation if we have to put the reigns in the hands of a rookie quarterback. No matter how Cutler plays next year there is no way I see us having a top 15 pick. With that being said we may draft a quarterback in this year's draft but it's highly unlikely because we are short on picks. Emery has gone on record to call Cutler a franchise quarterback and Trestman has not, but I understand why. The teacher in Trestman wants to work with the student before he hands out the grade. Jay Cutler has become fluent in different offenses but hopefully this go round he can throw away all the previous playbooks and be the catalyst that locks Trestman's offense in place for a for a long time.

I believe Josh McCown is more than capable of being our backup quarterback. When I think of Josh two things come to mind. He is our backup and hopefully he never has to see the field. Second, our new offense is supposedly based on making quarterback protection a premium so with that being said hopefully we wont have to see Josh during the regular season. Josh can be a very productive quarterback when protected, so hopefully our revamped offensive line will be able to get the job done.

I like Matt Blanchard as a 3rd quarterback. He is a talented young man capable of throwing with both arms and won a lot of games in college. He has the tools to succeed in the right system. Hopefully Trestman's system is the right one for Blanchard to grow.

As you break down the quarterback position and try to figure out whether we should draft another quarterback rate your guy against the likes of Josh McCown and Matt Blanchard coming out of college.

Quarterback Extra's

Josh McCown has one thing no rookie can bring to the table for the Bears and that's experience no matter whether it's positive or negative. Josh played his first three years of college at SMU. He passed for 4,022 yards and 24 touchdowns, but he also threw 34 interception during that time. He left SMU to run and aerial attack at Sam Houston St. He passed for 3,481 yards and 32 touchdowns, and only 12 interceptions as a senior at Sam Houston St. His one year total at Sam Houston St. ranks him best in Sam Houston history. Yeah these statistics are old but it gives you an idea where Josh McCown came from. He had an awesome combine workout. He ran a 4.57 40, 10 foot long broad jump, and a 38 inch vertical jump. Josh is a 6'4, 215, 3rd round pick.

Matt Blanchard is not shrimp himself coming in at 6'3, 225. If anybody deserves to be the future of the Chicago Bears it's Matt Blanchard. I don't care what school he went to this kid was a beast in college. Blanchard was an all-American quarterback at UW-Whitewater. He maintained an accurate 70.4 percentage average in pass-completions and totaled 44 touchdowns in his 3 year college career at Whitewater. Another amazing stat for Blanchard is the fact that he only threw 5 interceptions during his three years. Blanchard went undefeated all three years and won three national champions. There may not be a worthier student than Blanchard to learn from Trestman the quarterback whisperer.

Runningbacks: Matt Forte, Micheal Bush, Armando Allen, Harvey Unga

Overview: Matt Forte will be a weapon in Trestman's offense. Outside of Forte these other guys are kind of up for grabs. One thing that we will learn this year is everybody's place on this team. One thing is for certain though, we are spending entirely too much money at the running back position. If there's no way we can trade Bush then I don't expect him to be a part of this team going into next year. I fully expect us to try and get younger at running back so if one of our prospects fall our way I'm sure Emery will pull the trigger if he's the best available.

Wide Receiver:

Overview: Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffrey, Earl Bennett, Joe Anderson, Golden Brittan, Dale Moss, Terrence Toliver, Eric Weems

I believe this group will have so much fun in the new system. The young guys on this list get one more chance to show they belong. I believe between this year and next year's group there wont be a receiver on the roster that isn't capable of being on the field come kick off time. Im so excited to see Alshon get the start opposite of Marshall. Bennett is so lucky that Alshon is still getting paid rookie money because he would definitely be the casualty if we had to pay Alshon more. I like Golden's film better than all the young guys but there is something about Tolliver and Moss where I hope one of them can show up and be the next guy in line. One way or another we need depth at the position because I expect a lot of touches to go around.

Tight Ends/Fullbacks: Martellus Bennett, Kyle Adams, Brody Eldridge, Steve Maneri, Gabe Miller, Fendi, Onobun, Evan Rodriguez

Overview: This may be toughest battle in training camp. We already know who the starter is but there will be a huge battle between the backups. We have two tight end positions to fill it seems from our latest acquisitions. We will have the receiving guy in Martellus and the blocker in Maneri. Please don't think me calling Martellus the receiving tight end means he probally isn't our best blocking tight end as well. I see Kyle and Fendi battling to backup Martellus, and Brody and Gabe battling to backup Maneri. The one problem is I fully expect the Bears to bring in another tight end whether they draft him or sign an UDFA. I'm looking forward to Evan Rodriguez getting more touches at the fullback position but things start to get clowdy when it comes to fullback depth so I will have to wait and see.

Offensive Line: Brandon Cory, James Brown, Jermon Bushrod, Gabe Carimi, Dennis Derek, Roberto Garza, Chris Riley, Jonathan Scott, Matt Slauson, J'Marcus Webb, Edwin Williams

Overview: Emery has brought in new blood this year and neither of our two new additions are a man-child or should I say child-man like Chilo was. I was initially against the addition of Bushrod but I'm completely on board now. Everything about the Slauson sign I love. It confused me when I heard they signed him to a one year contract and he went on record saying the Bears offered more him more stability. After further thought I came to understood what Slauson might mean by stability. Imagine receiving a call from Kromer and him telling you he has faith that you could come in and be the guy we are looking for. Though we are signing you to a one year deal we hope you are the solution and if you play how I think you can play then we will definitely get a long term deal done during the season. Garza has a lot of haters amongst you but Garza gets the job done. He may not be the best at any given thing but he definitely gets the job done. I do acknowledge that we need younger blood at center because when Garza's contract is up I don't expect us to re-sign him. I believe Riley, Derek, and even Edwin are on the chopping block so hopefully they show some growth. I don't expect us to bring in anybody early in the draft but I do believe we have to bring in some more students at this position.

Defensive Line: Nate Collins, Turk McBride, Shea McClellin, Henry Melton, Cheta Ozougwa, Stephen Paea, Julius Peppers, Aston Whiteside, Corey Wooton

Overview: I think we all can agree that we are severely missing some depth at DT. Even if we get another DT in the draft our 5th spot is up in the air. I don't yet trust what what Turk can bring to the table so his presence on this team still has to be earned in my eyes. Im still hoping we re-sign Izzy because I love what he brings to both the DT and DE position. Im kind of underwhelmed by Shea so far this off-season, I was hoping for some pictures to surface where Shea came out looking like he spent his whole off-season in the gym. Regardless of how he looks I fully expect him to continue to build on what he did last year. There's been many conversations on Pepper's worth, but let me be the one to tell you he is worth every penny and I fully expect to witness that again this year.

Linebackers: James Anderson, Lance Briggs, Blake Costanzo, Dom Decicco, Jerry Franklin, J.T. Thomas, Patrick Trahan, D.J. Williams, Lawrence WIson

Overview: Let us take a moment of silence for the loss of Brian Urlacher ................... I believe Urlacher will be missed more by the fans than his teammates. Yeah they may miss his presence in the locker room but his position will be held down on the field of play. I think the presence of Urlacher transcends his actual play. In his prime it was the other way around. But the time has come for a new superhero to emerge. I believe every linebacker on our roster not named Anderson, Briggs, Williams, and Costanzo are on a chopping block so the time to show and prove time has come.

Secondary: Charles Tillman, Tim Jennings, Zack Bowman, Chris Conte, Isaiah Frey, Brandon Hardin, Kelvin Hayden, LeQuan Lewis, Sharrick McManis, Tom Nelson, Cyhl Quarles, Craig Steltz, Anthony Walters, Major Wright, Tom Zbikowski

Overview: Out of the three young corners I hope one of them can be depended on . Those three being LeQuan, Sharrick, and Frey. We definitely have to bring in a couple more young corners through the draft or free agency to be the next man up. I don't expect us to pick anyone early in the draft so we will definitely have to trust in the scouts for this particular position. I think we are set at the safety position and for some reason I think they may still bring in an UDFA at the position. It seems like we will have more safeties playing on special teams than corners like we did with the old regime. First and foremost I hope Conte and Major stay healthy. Second, I'm excited to see what Hardin and Zbikowski can bring to the table.

Special Teams: Adam Podlesh, Patrick Mannelly, Robbie Gould, Devin Hester

Overview: I just realized I didn't put Devin Hester at receiver. I think I deserve 23 rec's for that. This is a show and prove year for Hester and I believe he will show up. If Hester's age doesn't take a toll and he can stay healthy he may have the best year he's ever had. If we take a look back at Hester's best years he had to share his returns with Manning and Knox. This time around he should get all and every return. Hopefully Podlesh can remain healthy and Robbie can recover from realizing he isn't superman human. We are usually known for a strong special teams but somehow I think this year's unit will regain it's prominence.

Draft Time

Here is a list of pro days we didn't attend:

UTEP, Northern Iowa, Minnesota, Clemson, Alabama A&M, Marshall, Oklahoma St., Tuskegee, Harding, UAB, Alcorn St., Wake Forest, North Carolina, Colorado, Miami, Arizona, Baylor, Virgina (updated)

There may be other pro days we didn't attend but these are the ones research confirmed we didn't attend.

East & West Game Prospects

Margus Hunt-DE-SMU

Terron Armstead-LT-Arkansas Pine-Bluff

Josh Evans-S-Florida

Zach Line-FB-SMU

Bradley Mcdougal-S-Kansas

Christine Micheal-RB-Texas A&M

Tyrone Goard-WR-Eastern Kentucky

Matt Evans-LB-New Hampshire

Senior Bowl Prospects

Johnathan Franklin-RB-UCLA

Brandon Williams-DT-Missouri Southern

Robert Lester-DB-Alabama

Combine Interviews

D.J. Fluker-RT-Alabama

Jordan Mills-RT-La Tech

Lane Johnson-LT-Oklahoma

Ryan Swope-WR-Texas A&M

Keith Pough-LB

Pro Day Prospects

Kawann Short-DT-Purdue

Micah Hyde-FS/CB-Iowa

Tourek Williams-DE-FIU

Kejuan Riley-SS-Alabama St.

Terren Jones-LT-Alabama St.

Brandon Kaufmen-WR-Eastern Washington

Cory Grissom-DT-South Florida

Stephon Jefferson-RB-Nevada

Dion Sims-TE-Michigan St.

Terron Armstead-LT-Arkansas Pine-Bluff

Sean Porter-LB-Texas A&M

Arthur Brown-LB-Kansas St.

Christine Micheal-RB-Texas A&M

Eric Rodgers-WR-Cal Lutheran

Zaviar Gooden-LB-Missouri

Kevin Minter-LB-LSU

Alec Ogletree-LB-Georgia

J.J. Wilcox-SS-Georgia Southern

Adam Roplogle-DT-Indiana

Brice Butler-WR-San Diego St.

Mitchell Gale-QB-Abilene Christian

Keavon Milton-TE-Lousiana-Monroe

Keenan Davis-WR-Iowa

Edmond Kugbila-OG-Valdosta St.

Lane Johnson-LT-Oklahoma

Reid Fragel-LT-Ohio St.

Markus Wheaton-WR-Oregon St.

Jordan Poyer-CB-Oregon St.

Chris Wright-WR-Eastern Illinois

Ryan Swope-WR-Texas A&M

Steven Miller-RB/KR-Appalachian St.

Gilbert Peno-DT-Ole Miss

Terrell Brown-RT-Ole Miss

Josh Jarboe-WR-Arkansas St.

Manti Te'o-LB-Notre Dame

Wade Jacobson-G-Washington St.

Jack Doyle-TE-Western Kentucky

Tavon Austin-WR-West Virginia

Everett Dawkins-DT-FSU (updated)

Alan Baxter-DE/LB-Northern Illinois (updated)

Rashaan Melvin-CB-Northern Illinois (updated)

Sean Pragar-DL-Northern Illinois (updated)

Supo Sanni-DB-Illinois (updated)

Nate Palmer-DE/OLB-Illinois St. (updated)

We also attended other pro days where our interest weren't confirmed so im going to make an attempt to.


Landry Jones-QB/Stacy McGee-DT/Kenny Stills-WR


Khaseem Greene-LB/D.C. Jefferson-TE/Logan Ryan-CB


Alec Lemon-WR/Ryan Nassib-QB/Justin Pugh-OT


Alvin Bailey-OG/Tyler Wilson-QB/Cobi Hamilton-WR


Matt Barkley-QB/Khaled Holmes-C/Robert Woods-WR


Kyle Long-OG/Kiko Alonso-LB

Notre Dame

Braxton Cave-C/Tyler Eifert-TE


Zach Ertz-TE/Sam Schwartzstein-C/Levine Toilolo-TE


Jon Bostic-LB/Jelani Jenkins-LB

Washington State

Jeff Tuel-QB


Menelik Watson/OT/Beau Reliford-TE (updated)

Private Workouts-13

Arthur Brown-LB

Sean Porter-LB

Christine Micheal-RB

Eric Rogers-WR

Zaviar Gooden-LB

Jeremy Harris-CB

Alec Ogletree-LB

Mitchell Gale-QB

Keavon Milton-TE

Edmond Kugbila-OG

Reid Fragel-OT

Steven Mitchell-RB/KR

Brandon McGee-CB

Don Unamba-CB

Ryan Swope-WR (updated)

Keith Pough-LB (updated)

Brian Schwenke-C (updated) (per IOftenPanic)

Manti Te'o-LB (updated)

Robert Alford-CB (updated)

Nate Pamer-DE/OLB (updated)

B.W. Webb-CB-William&Mary (updated)

Lawrence Okoye-discus thrower (updated) (per Bear4Ever)

Jon Bostic-LB- (updated)

Khaseem Greene-LB (updated)

Travis Frederick -C (updated)

Justin Pugh-LG (updated) (per DutchBear)

Kiko Alonso-LB (updated)

Keegan Wetzel-OLB (updated)

Vinston Painter-OG/OT (updated)

Mike Glennon-QB (updated)

Positional Draft Board

QB: Jeff Tuel, Mitchell Gale, Mike Glennon

Overview: I don't think we will be looking for a quarterback too high but who knows. Tuel's stock has been going up lately. If there is anyway Tuel falls into the late rounds he would be a nice pick up. If not there's a chance we sign Gale as an UDFA.

RB: Christine Micheal, Steven Miller, Stephon Jefferson

Overview: The Bears have shown a lot of interest in Christine. I think they will have to make a decision in the second round whether they go with Kawann Short or Christine. If Christine is still on the board at 50 I think he's our pick. Steven Miller and Stephon are possible UDFA's we may sign if we miss out on Christine. Miller may still find his way on our roster as a possible return man.

WR: Brandon Kaufman, Eric Rogers, Brice Butler, Keenan Davis, Tyrone Goard, Josh Jarboe, Alec Lemon, Ryan Swope

Overview: All of these guys have run 4.5's or less so they bring some speed to the table. I think Emery understands that our depth at receiver isn't as important as our need for LB's and depth at DT. Another thing to keep in mind is our receivers will be moving around a lot no matter their size. Not only is Brandon Marshall our best receiver he is our best slot receiver. Looks like Emery is looking for late round B Marshall clones and I have no problem with that.

FB: Zach Line

Overview: I believe in order for us to take Line everything will have to go wrong in the particular round he is slotted in . Things are definitely up in the air when it comes to our depth at fullback.

TE: Keavon Melton, D.C. Jefferson, Levin Toileilo, Jack Doyle, Zach Ertz (updated)

Overview: According to recorded dates the Bears were looking at Michigan St.'s Sims possibly as there blocking tight end but instead they chose to sign the free agent Maneri. But even after signing Maneri they had a private workout with Keavon Milton which is part of what told me there will be a battle for his backup position. Just as there will be a battle for Martellus's backup.

OG: Edmund Kugbila, Wade Jacobson, Alvin Bailey, Justin Pugh, Vinston Painter

Overview: Our interest in Wade and Alvin is just speculation but I do know they had Kugbila in for a private workout and he is a late round guy so they must see something in him that makes him a teachable prospect.

OT: Reid Fragel, Terrell Brown,

Overview: I think Fragel with the right teacher can become another Lane Johnson. He is another ex-tight end. Hopefully he will end up our swing tackle for the future. Brown is a Fluker type. There isn't much sacrifice with picking him up because he will end up an UDFA.

C: Khaled Holmes, Braxton Cave, Brian Schwenke, Travis Frederick

Overview: Im so happy Schwenke has found his way on this list.

DE: Touirek Williams, Nate Palmer

Overview: This kid's film looks pretty good in my eyes. One thing I noticed was his ability to drop into coverage. He Kinda looked like a more powerful version of Shea McClellin. I think Tucker may be looking to have a more flexible defense with the possibility of our defensive ends dropping in coverage in certain situations. Nate Palmer from Illinois St. is the same type of player as Touirek Williams.

DT: Kawann Short, Cory Grissom, Brandon Williams, Adam Roplogle, Everett Dawkins

Overview: Every one of these guys are capable of getting into the backfield. Brandon and Adam are two of the strongest DT's in this years draft. I think Emery has covered the beginning, middle, and end of the draft with these four in case another selection doesn't come through at some point.

LB: Alec Ogletree, Arthur Brown, Sean Porter, Zaviar Gooden, Keigth Pough, Matt Evans, Keith Pough, Manti Te'o, Jon BosticKhaseem Greene, Kiko Alonso, Keegan Wetzel

Overview: The Bears will definitely find one future starting LB in this draft, but don't be surpised if we go into training camp with three new linebackers to add to the competition.

CB: Micah Hyde,Jeremy Harris, Brandon McGee, Don Unamba, Logan Ryan, B.W. Webb, Robert Alford

Overview: I definitely think a lot of us will walk away from the draft disappointed in what we get cornerback wise. Don, Jeremy, and Ryan are UDFA's and Hyde may be our only secondary prospect drafted. He plays a lot like Tillman and I wouldn't mind seeing him in a Bears uniform.

Safety: Josh Evans, Bradley Mcdougal, Kejuan Riley, Robert Lester, J.J. WIlcox

Overview: I think we will sign whoever doesn't get drafted out of this group as a UDFA.

Round Ranking Draft Board

First Round

Alec Ogletree

Arthur Brown

Manti Te'o

Second Round

Kawann Short

Christine Micheal (2nd/3rd)

Ryan Swope (updated)

Brian Schwenke (2nd/3rd) (updated)

Zach Ertz (updated)

Robert Alford (2nd/3rd) (updated)

Jon Bostic (2nd/3rd) (updated)

Travis Frederick (updated)

Khaseem Greene (updated)

Justin Pugh (2nd/3rd) (updated)

Kiko Alonso (2nd/3rd) (updated)

Fourth Round

Sean Porter

Josh Evans

Zaviar Gooden

J.J. Wilcox

Brandon McGee

Khaled Holmes

Alvin Bailey (3rd/4th)

Everett Dawkins

B,W, Webb (3rd/4th) (updated)

Vinston Painter (3rd/4th) (updated)

Fifth Round

Reid Fragel

Braxton Cave (5th/6th)

Zach Line (5th/6th)

Keigth Pough (5th/6th)

Sixth Round

Micah Hyde (6th/7th)

Cory Grissom

Robert Lester

Tyrone Goard

Alec Lemon

Levin Toileilo

Jeff Tuel

Zach Line

Keith Pough

Seventh Round (I believe we will attain one some how)

Micah Hyde

Touirek Williams(7th/UDFA)

Brandon Kaufman

Bradley McDougal

Edmund Kugbila (7th/UDFA)

Alec Lemon

Levin Toleilo

Jeff Tuel

Jack Doyle (7th/UDFA)


Stephon Jefferson

Eric Rogers

Adam Roplogle

Brice Butler

Mitchell Gale

Keavon Milton

Keenan Davis

Edmund Kugbila

Steven Miller

Terrell Brown

Don Unambu

Josh Jarboe

Wade Jacobson

Kejuan Riley

D.C. Jefferson

Logan Ryan

Jack Doyle

Nate Palmer

Keegan Wetzel

-I will put out a mock team draft and breakdown a couple days before the draft-

-I will update as more info comes in, feel free to throw any info my way-

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