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Regardless of your team's need in Round 1; both one offensive and defensive player
I got to say Chance Warmack - Offense / B.Mingo - Defense.
Think these are the two most solid and safest picks.
I'd also try to get more picks for next year's draft if my team could afford it; or trade down as I think there will be decent value in the later rounds like Sean Porter (TAM) on D, and LaVeon Bell (MichSt.) on O.
Seems like the worst QB class in recent memory as they all look like projects IMO
this won't be popular, but these types don't come around often....hard to pass on Warmack, but I go
Joeckel without question.
Anzah if he has a good combine...if not I like the Mingo pick or Dee
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
I would go Joeckel for offense then Milliner for defense. To me there is a big dropoff behind these 2 players.
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I think Montgomery is a safer pick than Mingo. Mingo is smaller and gets eaten by run blockers easier than Montgomery. Their equal speed in my mind. Especially if I'm a 4-3 team, I think Montgomery is much more NFL ready. In a 3-4 at JACK, Mingo is probably better because he's more athletic and can probably play standing up easier.
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