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And here we go! :gorave:

Ravens pick at 131 and 136.

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Let's see if the Ravens bolster the safety position with a real safety; Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State. Good instincts, size, decent speed.. He needs some coaching of course at this point of the draft, but he would be a solid pick and good addition to this team

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Yea...safety, CB and more O line and D line. Maybe a tall basketball TE????

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image.jpeg.2fd09d0760f09f3a820cc53cba78cf90.jpeg Image result for intimidating football player photosThey need some tackles....getting too long in the tooth there.

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He works hard, great body control, the major issue is his size, he plays bigger than he is, and he has average speed. But I've seen him take over games with circus catches, knowing how to get seperation

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Tylan Wallace  :bow:

"I'm telling you this guy will be the next Steve Smith. He's the same kind of competitor and (has the) same kind of jump ball skills." -- NFL assistant coach

Prospect Info

COLLEGE
Oklahoma State
HOMETOWN
CLASS
Fort Worth, TX
Senior
 
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
ARMS
5' 11"
194 lbs
30 3/8"
HANDS
9 3/8
 
Twins Tylan and Tracin Wallace arrived in Stillwater in 2017, with Tylan earning four-star rankings and a spot among the top 75 prospects in the country after ranking among Texas' all-time leaders with 3,670 receiving yards. Tracin suffered three ACL injuries during his time in Stillwater, however, leading him to retire from football in June 2019. Tylan's career began quietly, playing in all 13 games as a reserve his true freshman year (seven receptions, 118 yards, 16.7 average). The departure of James Washington and Marcell Ateman to the NFL opened the door for Wallace in 2018. He finished his sophomore campaign with 86 receptions (tied for sixth in the FBS) for 1,491 yards (second) and 12 touchdowns, garnering second-team Associated Press All-American and first-team All-Big 12 honors. He was also a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award (top WR). Tylan suffered his own ACL injury in October 2019, shortening a junior campaign, when he ranked fourth in the FBS in receiving yards per game through eight weeks (53 receptions, 903 yards, 17.0 average, eight touchdowns). He was still named second-team All-Big 12 and shared the Cowboys' Most Outstanding Offensive Player Award with offensive tackle Teven Jenkins despite missing the final month of the season. As a senior, he led his team with 59 catches, 922 yards (15.6 per) and six touchdowns in 10 games (nine starts) on the year, garnering first-team All-Big 12 honors. Wallace played in the first half of Oklahoma State's bowl game, then sat out the second half to avoid injury as the team had planned going into the game. -- by Chad Reuter
Analysis
 
By Lance Zierlein
NFL Analyst
Draft Projection
Round 4
NFL Comparison
Nate Washington
Overview
Wallace is slightly undersized as an outside receiver, but has the swagger, toughness and ball skills to get the job done. He's a crisp route runner with the ability to handle more complicated patterns with good fluidity in his transitions to separate. His initial upfield charge is just average and big press corners have some success detouring his scheduled departure. He will be at his best on the second and third levels. His leaping, focus and timing make him a likely candidate to continue winning downfield jump balls as a pro. Wallace's competitive nature has helped create a history of making big plays on big stages and he has the skill level and mental makeup to become a good starter as a plus WR2.
Strengths
  • Fearless competitor and plays bigger than his size.
  • Fights back against physical coverage.
  • Rock-steady production for three straight seasons.
  • Attentive route runner, featuring sharp angles and crisp cuts in his work.
  • Has bend and footwork to get in and out of complex routes with quickness.
  • Squares shoulders to quarterback as presentable target on slants.
  • Uses body to shield the catch point on first two levels.
  • Silky smooth attack game on jump balls.
  • Operates with impeccable timing when attacking the deep ball.
  • Leaps, floats, adjusts, secures and scores.
  • Strong hands and ball adjustments come naturally to him.
  • Able to focus and catch through heavy contact.
  • Aggressive runner after the catch.
Weaknesses
  • Didn't see NFL-caliber coverage often in his conference.
  • Shorter arms for the position.
  • Can be detoured by press coverage.
  • Upright initial charge lacks instant gas.
  • Inconsistent route effort when he's not the intended target.
  • Average acceleration out of stems.
  • Occasionally opts to look for circus catch rather than working earlier for positioning.
  • Failed to finish a few would-be grabs.
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5th and a 4th next year

My guess...the player available here are 5th round talent on the Ravens board plus Eric wants more draft capital/picks for next year due to the large impending contract for Lamar. When that happens, they have to survive thru the draft to have a deep and talented roster.

They are picking at #160, 171 and 184 in round 5.

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Ravens 5th round picks:

Jermaine Lewis, Jeff Mitchel, Richard Mercier, Chris Barnes, Ryan Sutter, Aubrayo Franklin, Troy Smith, Dawan Landry, Arthur Jones, John Urschel, Pernell McPhee, Nick Boyle, Matthew Judon, Rick Wagner, Jermaine Eluemunor, 

The point: There is gold in this round.

And Just Remember: Gus Edwards was a UDFA

The Ravens are looking for "Football Players"....blue collar...lunch pail tough...60 minute guys.

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Shaun Wade :bow:

Shaun Wade

SHAUN WADE

OHIO STATE
CB

Prospect Info

COLLEGE
Ohio State
HOMETOWN
CLASS
Jacksonville, FL
R-Junior
 
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
ARMS
6' 1"
196 lbs
33 1/2"
HANDS
9 1/4"
Prospect Grade 5.
Round 5
NFL Comparison
Cordrea Tankersley
Overview
Teams could still be intrigued with Wade's size and length, but he looked slow in recovery mode and lacked confidence and body control when attempting to match routes and stay connected in man coverage this past season. He doesn't have shifty, short-area footwork to match quicker slots and was beaten badly as an outside corner when matched against future NFL talent. Wade needs to get his fundamentals right and find the right position and scheme fit in order to be more than an average backup in the league.
Strengths
  • Big body with long frame.
  • Has starting experience inside and outside.
  • Above-average play strength.
  • Tools and traits to become more disruptive from press.
  • Puts body on body and swipes around receiver into passing lane underneath.
  • Uses length to effectively finish at the catch point.
  • Reads receiver's eyes to make timely challenges.
  • Has pulled in impressive interceptions.
  • Can drive through catch attempt and jar it loose.
  • Can be plus run defender.
  • Jammer/gunner potential on special teams.
Weaknesses
  • Dominated by quality competition in 2020.
  • Tape showed lack of urgency and competitiveness in 2020.
  • Needs to do better job of sliding feet to match press release.
  • Leggy in his transitions.
  • Pursues patterns with forward lean and a lack of balance.
  • Lacks speed to phase routes of true speedsters.
  • Backpedal is very tall and very bumpy.
  • Unable to plant and drive with efficient movement.
  • Needs to own his piece of the catch space.
  • Misses interception opportunities with lack of eye balance.
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6'1"196 lbsOhio State
16POS RK
101OVR RK
71GRADE
 

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Shaun Wade's NFL draft profile

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Pre-Draft Analysis

Wade is a big corner with long arms, quick feet, solid closing burst and good playing speed. He had a disappointing season after moving outside in 2020 and might be a better fit on the inside or at free safety. Wade is a physical player who gives good effort in run support. His tackling is one of his best traits. -- Steve Muench

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Daelin Hayes

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COLLEGE
Notre Dame
HOMETOWN
CLASS
Detroit, MI
R-Senior
 
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
ARMS
6' 3 1/2"
253 lbs
32 7/8"
HANDS
9 3/8"

 

Player Bio
 
Even though Hayes missed most of his senior season at Skyline High School in Michigan due to a separated shoulder, he was rated as a top-100 recruit nationally. He enrolled at Notre Dame a semester early, which helped him get on the field for all 12 games as a true freshman (11 tackles, one pass breakup). Hayes started 12 of 13 games played during his sophomore campaign, posting 30 tackles, 6.5 for loss, and three sacks. Julian Okwara won the starting job outside in 2018 but Hayes was still productive in a backup capacity (31 tackles, five for loss, two sacks). Hayes played in just four games in 2019 because of a shoulder injury (six tackles, three for loss, one sack) but returned strong as a senior captain, earning honorable mention All-ACC accolades as a 12-game starter for the Irish (17 tackles, six for loss, with three sacks, one interception, two forced fumbles). He accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. -- by Chad Reuter
By Lance Zierlein
NFL Analyst
Draft Projection
Round 6
Overview
High-character team leader with adequate size but below-average impact on the game. Hayes is athletic in his movements but he's missing an upper-echelon trait to really hang his hat on. He should get into a camp bit it might be as an undrafted free agent.
Strengths
  • Team captain known for leadership and community involvement.
  • Finalist for the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award.
  • Footwork to swivel away from incoming punch as rusher.
  • Hip flexion and leg strength to work under redirection.
  • Adequate two-hand swipe at the top of the rush.
  • Stays active to punch and separate at point of attack.
  • Effective use of hands to take on pulling guards.
Weaknesses
  • Has had shoulder injuries dating back to high school.
  • Pedestrian overall production.
  • Below-average length at his position.
  • Small stays when changing direction.
  • Not much flash to work off of for pro projection.
  • Upfield rush lacks threat to the edge.
  • Doesn't have defined rush plan to earn the rep win.
  • Non-factor in College Football Playoff loss to Alabama.
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Can the frigg'n stop the Arron Rodgers talk!!!!!!!!🤮

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Nice Hair!!!!!!!!!!! :bow:

 

Ben Mason


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Player Bio
 
Mason played fullback as a freshman in 2017 (three carries, four yards, two touchdowns, two starts in 13 games) to earn the team's Toughest Player award. He played in all 13 games at fullback as a reserve in 2018, making five special teams tackles and rushing 33 times for 80 yards (2.4 per) and scoring seven times as a short-yardage back. Mason began the 2019 season practicing with the defensive line (he was a top-30 linebacker recruit as the 2016 Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year) but moved back to the fullback spot during the season. He started once on the defensive line in 13 appearances, rushing once for three yards but primarily acting as a blocker. He was named a team captain and played in all six games for the Wolverines as a reserve in 2020 (no carries; two receptions, 17 yards, one touchdown). He accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. -- by Chad ReuterBy Lance Zierlein
NFL Analyst
Draft Projection
Round 7
Overview
Came in as a linebacker but was moved to fullback and made a start at defensive tackle. Mason plays with a team-first attitude and twice won the Team's Toughest Player Award. He's not a bonafide lead blocker but he does a decent job of clearing debris. He doesn't have much pass-catching experience. However, he will get a check mark for his special-teams value. At a position with few jobs available, the going could be tough for him.
Strengths
  • Built like an old-school linebacker.
  • Did everything coaches asked of him.
  • Used as short-yardage banger in 2018, rushing for seven touchdowns.
  • Hands to catch what is thrown his way in the flat.
  • Decent athlete in space with ability to alter and adjust as blocker.
  • Dominant blocking effort against Minnesota.
  • Could become a core special teams player.
Weaknesses
  • Needs to do better job of gathering weight to strike.
  • Hand placement needs to improve.
  • Doesn't center and sustain as effectively as he needs to.
  • Just three career catches.
  • Troubling technique when asked to pass protect.
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35 minutes ago, vmax said:

Can the frigg'n stop the Arron Rodgers talk!!!!!!!!🤮

He is clearly a Divergent! I don't think his new girl friend wants to stay in his faction;

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3 hours ago, vmax said:

5th and a 4th next year

My guess...the player available here are 5th round talent on the Ravens board plus Eric wants more draft capital/picks for next year due to the large impending contract for Lamar. When that happens, they have to survive thru the draft to have a deep and talented roster.

They are picking at #160, 171 and 184 in round 5.

2022 picks should have more value than this yr.  I would expect a regular college fb season.

2 hours ago, vmax said:
6'1"196 lbsOhio State
16POS RK
101OVR RK
71GRADE
 

dm_210414_Shaun_Wade_NFL_profile.jpgplay

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Shaun Wade's NFL draft profile

Check out the highlights from Ohio State CB Shaun Wade's college career.

Pre-Draft Analysis

Wade is a big corner with long arms, quick feet, solid closing burst and good playing speed. He had a disappointing season after moving outside in 2020 and might be a better fit on the inside or at free safety. Wade is a physical player who gives good effort in run support. His tackling is one of his best traits. -- Steve Muench

If he can be turned into a fs that help a the team long term.  Maybe not being up on a rwcievet he can surveil the field and ball hawk some.

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Hayes Info.

2021 NFL Draft: Linebacker Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame, Round 5, Pick 171 (baltimoreravens.com)

Shawn Wade Info.........

2021 NFL Draft: Cornerback Shaun Wade, Ohio State, Round 5, Pick 160 (baltimoreravens.com)

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What Wade said: "I've had a chip on my shoulder since the 2020 season ended, and the things that I've been through. I'm always going to have a chip on my shoulder regardless. I know what I can do. They know I have first-round talent and I know I have first-round talent. Right now it's just putting it on the field and showing it every day. I had a lot of things going on, family situations, injuries, surgeries, turf toe, knee problems, people dying. At the end of the day, it's called adversity. That's something I've been through. Everybody's got a different story. All you have to do is keep on living, and keep on having fun, do God's will at the end of the day. I can't wait to be around those guys – Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey. I can't wait to learn from them. I know the Ravens have a great secondary for sure."

Tylan Wallace Info....

2021 NFL Draft: Wide Receiver Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State, Round 4, Pick 131 (baltimoreravens.com)

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He's particularly impressive in contested catch situations, and produced a touchdown or first down on 73.7 percent of his catches. Wallace is a physical player who is also strong as a blocker.:bow:

 

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