Bleacher Report has Matt Miller's "post-combine" mock draft" earlier today. Thought some football-starved MGoBloggers might want to discuss it.
Of note, Miller had the following Wolverines in the first 3 rounds:
- #11 - Taco Charlton to New Orleans Saints
- #23 - Jabrill Peppers to NY Giants
- #80 - Amara Darboh to Indianapolis Colts
- #83 - Jehu Chesson to Tennessee Titans
- #101 - Chris Wormley to Denver Broncos
Rest of the B1G:
- #6 - CB Marshon Lattimore (OSU) to NY Jets
- #7 - FS Malik Hooker (OSU) to LA Chargers
- #18 - CB Gareon Conley (OSU) to Tennessee Titans
- #26 - OT Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin) to Seattle Seahwaks
- #46 - MLB Raekwon McMillan (OSU) to Indianapolis Colts
- #47 - DE TJ Watt (Wisconsin) to Baltimore Ravens
- #48 - OG Dan Feeney (Indiana) to Minnesota Vikings
- #49 - WR Chris Godwin (Penn State) to Washington Redskins
- #53 - DE Malik McDowell (MSU) to Detroit Lions
- #69 - C Pat Elflein (OSU) to LA Rams
- #71 - DE Dawauane Smoot (Illinois) to LA Chargers
- #73 - DB Desmond King (Iowa) to Cincinnati Bengals
- #75 - WR Curtis Samuel (OSU) to Buffalo Bills
- #82 - LB Vince Biegel (Wisconsin) to Denver Broncos
- #96 - DE Carroll Phillips (Illinois) to New England Patriots
- #100 - LB Anthony Walker (Northwestern) to Tennessee Titans
I think that was all the B1G players, let me know if I missed anyone.
been very little talk of JP5 being recognized as nation's Most Versatile Player but tonight he will receive the Paul Hornung Award in Louisville. Coach Harbaugh and Jeremy Schaap are emceeing the event. Past winners include Odell Beckham Jr,, Shaq Thompson and Christian McCaffrey. Looking forward to listening to the Coach and seeing my UM brethren there.
The contract is.........get ready for this.......
6 years worth $10M. So $1.7 per year..........
In other words, what Stephen M. Ross sneezes.
Our Nike deal is $127.12M for 11 years with an option to extend it 4 more years to 2031 to $173M.
"If you’re a defensive coordinator who doesn’t know what to do with Peppers, perhaps the problem is yours, not his."https://theringer.com/nfl-combine-daily-dispatch-jabrill-peppers-defensi...
Jordan Lewis ran a 4.55 / 40 (official 4.54)
Channing Stribling ran a 4.68 / 40
1st run of the day for both. not sure how much time they give them before the second run, but not very good times considering it looks like most everyone is running in the 4.3 - 4.47 range.
My bad, I forgot the 4 in my original post, but it looks like times are dropping after they have become official anyway. If his time doesn't drop, it isn't really isn't much different than other highly rated / considered corners.
Lewis : 121 Broad jump / 34.5 vertical
Stribling : 114 Broad jump / 31.5 vertical - Striblings 40 has been updated to a 4.60