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2019 NFL Draft: college football prospect preview & live chat Cheap John Miller Jersey , Week One It’s been a long offseason for those of us that love college football and the NFL Draft in particular, Week One is highlighted by an exciting matchup of two top-ten ranked teams: #6 Washington and #9 Auburn. Then, over in the rustbelt, there promises to be a knockout, physical contest between two powerhouses, #14 Michigan and #12 Notre Dame. Check below for the prospects fans should be watching this Saturday and come chat with us about the games in the comments.Keep your eyes on:Devin Singletary, running back (Florida Atlantic)Lane Kiffin’s exile to Florida Atlantic after his tenure at Alabama has been a boon for Devin Singletary. The 5’9”, 200-pound running back is the piston that powers the Owl’s offense. Last season, he finished with 1920 rushing yards, demonstrating his superb balance and deadly jump cuts. He’ll be the focal point against Oklahoma this week, as the Sooners are looking to move on from last year’s dreadful run defense.Other prospects to watch:Marquise Copeland, defensive tackle (Cincinnati)Copeland will be a member of the vaunted 2019 defensive tackle class, although his tape last year wasn’t quite as dominant as most of his more well-known classmates. Undersized at 6’2”, 290 pounds, Copeland’s pass rushing skills are decent, but he really needs to demonstrate an ability to stay low and anchor in the run game. He’ll have a chance to do that this week against UCLA and Chip Kelly, who’s looking to prove he still belongs among the great college football coaches.Tyree Jackson, quarterback (University at Buffalo)Jackson had a decent season last year, and he promises to be on the radar for most draft analysts with his outstanding measurables alone. But to truly inflate his draft stock, he needs to show improvement this year. That starts this week against Delaware State. If Jackson’s ability to go through his reads and stay in the pocket has advanced at all from last year, look out.Jah’Shawn Johnson, safety (Texas Tech)The longtime leader of the Red Raiders secondary, Johnson will be one of several free safeties vying to be first-round selections. Well-known for his ability to make big plays at key moments, he has a big test in front of him in facing down one of the best receivers in the country, Ole Miss’s AJ Brown. Limiting the damage Brown can do to the Raiders secondary would be a nice feather in Johnson’s cap.Jaylen Smith, wide receiver (Louisville)Now that Lamar Jackson is playing for the Baltimore Ravens, Jaylen Smith will be need to prove that he wasn’t just a product of Jackson’s greatness. The senior is big (6-4, 223 pounds), physical, and experienced. If Alabama’s dominant secondary doesn’t rattle him, he should begin to make a case that he is one of the top wideouts in this year’s class.Trey Adams Youth Jason Croom Jersey , offensive tackle (Washington)In 2017, Trey Adams was one of the best left tackles in college football before a suffering a devastating knee injury in the middle of the season. The hope is that the Adams can come right out of the gate showing no ill effects from his recovery, but a back injury may have him sidelined today. A decent test for him would come this week in the form of Marlon Davidson, a player the Auburn Tigers have been hyping up as their next great pass rusher. Game of the Week: #14 Michigan at #12 Notre DameThis game promises to be a defensive slugfest, with the potential for at least some offensive fireworks. Both teams pride themselves on their defensive stars. For Michigan, Rashan Gary could be the best defensive lineman in the nation, while linebacker Devin Bush makes tackles all one the field. For the Fighting Irish, junior corner Julian Love is approaching lockdown status, and senior linebacker Te’von Coney is a complete player in the middle of the defense. Don’t sleep on these offenses, though. Notre Dame has a couple of intriguing wide receivers that could emerge this year in Chase Claypool and Miles Boykin, while Michigan is looking to break in their newly acquired quarterback, Shea Patterson.Six recently cut players the Buffalo Bills should look to for depth If the Buffalo Bills poor preseason performances have taught fans anything, it’s that the team lacks depth in certain key areas. Those areas include the offensive line, wide receiver and, to a lesser extent, linebacker. Now that the NFL’s cut-down day has come and gone, there will reportedly be about 1,184 free agents for general manager Brandon Beane to pick from. Here are six players he should consider. Korey Robertson, WRRobertson was quite well-thought-of coming into the 2018 NFL Draft even though, due to his lack of route-running polish and athleticism, he ultimately ended up as an undrafted free agent. Regardless, the Minnesota Vikings thought so highly of him that they gave him a $50,000 bonus to sign with them after the draft was over. The Viking’s enviable depth at the wide receiver position however, kept Robertson from being able to stand out during training camp or the preseason. In Buffalo, the rookie faces much less competition and would stand a much better chance of tabbing himself as the dependable possession receiver the team currently lacks.Antonio Garcia, OTThe New England Patriots drafted Antonio Garcia in the third round of the 2017 draft with the expectation that he would be a developmental player that would one day replace veteran Nate Solder at left tackle. Unfortunately, after detecting blood clots in his lungs during his rookie year and dealing with the weight fluctuations inherent in his recovery, Garcia was never healthy enough to be medically cleared by the Patriots, who quickly parted ways with him this summer. The Jets then signed him, but there wasn’t enough time for Garcia to get back into football shape so the Jets were also forced to cut him. The Bills, on the other hand Womens Kelvin Benjamin Jersey , might have the flexibility to stash Garcia on their roster, allowing him time to recover. This could end up yielding a backup tackle, if not a starter, in the long run. Hau’oli Kikaha, DE/OLBKikaha is another player with a high draft pedigree. A second round pick by New Orleans in 2015, he flashed as a rookie but the very next year tore his ACL. That sapped him of much of his speed, and with other capable option on their roster, the Saints were forced to cut bait. For the Bills, Kikaha doesn’t have the size or the pass rush ability to be a full-time defensive end in this defense, but might fit as a backup to Lorenzo Alexander at SAM linebacker. Veteran journeyman Deon Lacey is currently in that role, but he had a very disappointing preseason.Kevin Minter, ILBThe Bills cut recent sixth round pick Tanner Vallejo, leaving Julian Stanford as the sole backup at inside linebacker. With only 19 tackles and few starts in his career, Stanford is hardly someone the team can rely on. Minter is a former second round pick and starter for the Arizona Cardinals and Cincinnati Bengals. Injuries and suspensions have limited his impact on the field and he was eventually signed by the Jets for a pittance until he was cut on Friday. Though he wouldn’t offer much upside in coverage, the 6’0”, 246 pound veteran linebacker still can be a force against run, something the Bills struggled against last year, and would provide a veteran voice in the locker room for rookie Tremaine Edmunds.Nico Siragusa, OGSimilar to Garcia, Siragusa suffered a devastating injury his rookie year, tearing his ACL, MCL and PCL. A fourth round pick in 2017, Siragusa is a six-foot-four, 319-pound run blocking tank. He likely needs some additional time to recover, but the Bills need an influx of talent along the interior of the offensive line and Siragusa would be a great fit for the type of power run team the Bills are looking to become. Breshad Perriman, WRPerriman was the 26th overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens and was supposed to be the team’s new long-term deep threat. Injuries and ineffectiveness limited his usage, and after the Ravens went out and signed several quality veterans, Perriman ran out of chances. Still only 24 years old, the third-year player still has the raw athleticism that saw him drafted in the first round. Perhaps all he needs is a change in scheme and scenery.
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