Going into the third day of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine there was plenty of hype over a potentially historic defensive line class. Both the interior defensive linemen and edge rushers lived up to that hype. There were jaw-dropping moments, freaky athletes testing even better than we could have imagined, and lesser-known prospect helping their stock with big numbers. Even with an underwhelming linebacker group on tape we got a treat with one of the fastest groups ever. All three position groups in the front seven put on a show and will be sending many scouts back to the tape. There were many “winners” and “losers” on day three of the NFL Combine. The next groups to take the field are the cornerbacks and safeties. You can checkout the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine day 1 winners and losers here and the day 2 winners and losers here.

IDL Winners

IDL Target Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
5.15 26 30″ 8′-9″ 4.55 7.75
  1. Trysten Hill, UCF

Trysten Hill Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 308 pounds 5.04 28 35″ 9′-6″ 4.38 7.7
  • In a group of freaky interior defensive linemen nobody helped themselves more than Trysten Hill. Hill went into the day with limited buzz due to him only starting one game his final season at UCF. Well, he ended up killing his 40, 10-yard split, 3-cone, broad, and vertical jump. His movement skills at his size were impressive and he looked great in the bag shuffle drill. In the stack and shed drill Hill showed off nice hand speed and power. In limited snaps at UCF he was extremely productive and everybody will be watching more tape on the potential Day 3 pick.

  1. Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame

Jerry Tillery Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-6, 295 pounds 4.93 23 32″ 9′-6″ 4.33 7.45
  • Depending who you ask Jerry Tillery is either a Day 1 guy or a mid-Day 2 guy. He wasn’t the most consistent player at Notre Dame, but he was playing through a torn should labrum as a senior. There were times when he used his size and athleticism to dominate, just watch the Stanford game. Now, Tillery’s name will be getting a lot more first-round buzz. His 40, 10, 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical jump were all impressive for a man of his size. In movement drills he showed fluidity and an easy ability to change directions. He has everything NFL teams look for in a disruptive 5-Tech and should be a top 40 lock.
  1. Quinnen Williams, Alabama

Quinnen Williams Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 303 pounds 4.83 N/A 30.5″ 9′-2″ N/A N/A
  • It’s not always easy to live up to the hype as a top prospect at the NFL Combine, but Quinnen Williams certainly did. Williams pretty much locked up his top two prospect status immediately during the 40-yard dash with a 4.83 and a 1.67 10-yard split. That split is elite for a 300+ pound defensive tackle. He also put up a solid vertical and nice broad jump. In on-field drills Williams was just better than everybody else. He was smooth moving through shuffle drills, showed his heavy hands in pass rush drills, and his oily hips in direction changing drills. The bonus is, Williams was consistently named as one of the five highest character prospect in the interview portion with NFL teams.

  1. Ed Oliver, Houston

Ed Oliver Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-2, 287 pounds N/A 32 36″ 10′-0″ N/A N/A
  • Now, we didn’t get to see Ed Oliver absolutely destroy the combine because he chose to only participate in the broad and vertical jump. On the bright side he had the best broad and vertical jump of all the interior defensive line prospects, his explosiveness is crazy. Another great thing about Oliver’s combine is his size. He was rumored to be around 6-0, 270 pounds, but measured in at 6-2, 287 pounds, essentially the same size as Geno Atkins. It’s likely he added weight for the combine and that’s why he didn’t run the 40, but it looked to be good weight and he still tested at an elite level in the jumping portions so no NFL team should worry. Oliver remains a top five prospect.
  1. Renell Wren, Arizona State

Renell Wren Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 318 pounds 5.01 30 32″ 9′-8″ 4.53 7.65
  • NFL teams are going to be oh so very intrigued by Renell Wren. He’s a ball of pure potential to mold. Wren has all the size and strength you could hope for in an interior defensive lineman and he tested even better than expected. His 40, bench, 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical jump were all near the top in the group. In on-field drills his natural leverage and strong hand work were showcased in every bag drill. Teams looking for a guy who can play 0, 1, 3, and 5-Tech are going to love what Wren brings to the table.

Honorable Mentions:

  • Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
  • Christian Wilkins, Clemson
  • Kinglsey Keke, Texas A&M
  • Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois
  • Daniel Wise, Kansas

EDGE Winners

EDGE Target Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
4.85 24 33″ 9′-9″ 4.3 7.35
  1. Montez Sweat, Mississippi State

Montez Sweat Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-6, 260 pounds 4.41 21 36″ 10′-4″ 4.29 7
  • On Montez Sweat’s first 40-yard dash nobody was sure if the clocked messed up, that’s how absurd the time was, but it was right. A 260-pound pass rusher ran a 4.41 40, it still doesn’t sound true. Sweat’s 40 set a new record for defensive linemen and sent his stock skyrocketing, but he wasn’t done there. He put up elite numbers on the 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical jump for a man of his size. Sweat looked explosive all day long and showed nice hand work during the stack and shed drill, just to sweeten his day. Between his Senior Bowl and combine performance Sweat moved from a borderline first-round pick to a top eight lock.

  1. Brian Burns, Florida State

Brian Burns Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 249 pounds 4.53 N/A 36″ 10′-7″ N/A 7.01
  • The most important thing for Brian Burns, a top 10 player in the class, to do at the combine was measure in at an adequate size. Well, Burns came in at 6-5, 249 pounds and that alone made him some money. Rather than stand on just the size, he chose to test and he was exceptional. Burns 40, 3-cone, broad, and vertical jump were all at the top of the position group. Not only that, but he was probably the best edge in the on-field drills. His fluidity in coverage drops caught a lot of attention and he even showed off impressive ball skills. In change of direction drills his hips were smooth and bend was evident. Burns should go top five.

  1. Ben Banogu, TCU

Ben Banogu Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 250 pounds 4.62 23 40″ 11′-2″ 4.27 7.02
  • If Montez Sweat didn’t steal the show, there would be much more talk about Ben Banogu’s dominant combine performance. Banogu set a new record for defensive linemen with his broad jump, added the best vertical in the group, and a great short shuttle, 40, and 3-cone. He was spectacular and plenty of scouts are going to be committing some time to his tape this week. Banogu also looked like a natural in coverage drops and was smooth in shuffle drills. He’s an early Day 3 prospect with a ton of upside.
  1. Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan

Maxx Crosby Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 255 pounds 4.66 N/A 36″ 10′-2″ 4.13 6.89
  • The guy teams are going to be looking at as a developmental starter on the edge is Maxx Crosby. He dominated MAC competition and has plenty to like on tape, but nobody knew how athletic he was, until now. Crosby lit it up with his 40, short shuttle, 60-yard shuttle, 3-cone, broad, and vertical jump. That 3-cone number stands out in particular. Anything under seven seconds is crazy and it’s a great test for pass rushers. Crosby’s a height-weight-speed EDGE with violent hands and a ton of raw upside. Don’t be surprised if he sneaks into Day 2.
  1. Rashan Gary, Michigan

Rashan Gary Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-4, 277 pounds 4.58 26 38″ 10′-0″ 4.29 7.26
  • Everybody has heard for awhile now how freaky Rashan Gary is and that’s why he’s worth a top 10 pick despite up and down tape. Well, he definitely lived up to the freaky athleticism, he still shouldn’t go top 10, but that’s an argument for another day. Gary ran a blazing 40, jumped out of the gym with his vert and broad, put up a great short shuttle time, and had a better than expected 3-cone. He’s inconsistent, but some NFL team is going to bite on the size and athleticism early in the draft. The best way to use Gary is likely as a gap shooting 3-Tech, he just isn’t natural on the edge, but the athleticism is going to get him his chance outside.

Honorable Mentions:

  • Chase Winovich, Michigan
  • Jamal Davis, Akron
  • Nick Bosa, Ohio State
  • Anthony Nelson, Iowa
  • Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State

LB Winners

LB Target Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
4.75 23 34″ 9′-7″ 4.15 7.15
  1. Devin Bush, Michigan

Devin Bush Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
5-11, 234 pounds 4.43 21 40.5″ 10′-3″ 4.23 6.93
  • Entering the combine there were more questions than answers with the linebacker group, but then Devin Bush ran his 40-yard dash. There were some questions about his overall athleticism and he showed up and easily put those questions to rest. His 40, broad, and vertical jump were elite. He also tested well in the 3-cone and short shuttle to complete a strong day. On-field he was fluid in movement drills, looked great in pass rush drills, and was flying all over. Bush lacks some size, but with his instincts, explosion and violent play he has the ability to plug-and-play at linebacker in the NFL. There’s a chance he goes in the first-round now.
  1. Devin White, LSU

Devin White Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-0, 237 pounds 4.42 22 39.5″ 9′-8″ 4.17 7.07
  • Just like Devin Bush, a lot of hype was built around Devin White’s 40-yard dash. White ran the best 40 among one of the fastest LB groups the combine has ever seen. Seeing how explosive he is on tape, it wasn’t a surprise he dominated all of the testing. With his elite 40 he also had the second best vertical, and put up great numbers in the broad, 3-cone, and short shuttle. There are questions about White’s ability in coverage, but he looked great in drills. He was fluid, had great change of direction, and maybe the best ball skills of the group. The questions remain about his instincts, but word is he has a shot at going top five.

  1. Drue Tranquill, Notre Dame

Drue Tranquill Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-2, 234 pounds 4.57 31 37.5″ 10′-2″ 4.14 6.94
  • This years off-ball linebacker class is weak and has been looking for someone to emerge as a potential plug-and-play linebacker. It’s safe to say Drue Tranquill emerged as that guy thanks to a terrific combine. Tranquill is a former safety and it showed in his athletic testing. He put up elite numbers in the 40, short shuttle, bench press, broad, and vertical jump, plus he had a really nice 3-cone. On-field he was up there with Bush and White in the drills looking fluid in coverage, showing impressive ball skills, and moving naturally in shuffle drills. He could go as high as late Day 2.
  1. Justin Hollins, Oregon

Justin Hollins Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 248 pounds 4.5 25 36.5″ 9′-9″ 4.4 7.06
  • Nobody is surprised Justin Hollins tested the way he did at the combine; the man is all athletic potential. It would have been nice to see him workout with the edge rushers and not the linebackers, but it did allow us to see him work in space more frequently. Hollins ran an elite 40 time and put up terrific numbers in the 3-cone, broad, and vertical jump. In drills he moved cleanly and was explosive. He’s a Day 3 developmental prospect with a ton of upside.
  1. Josh Allen, Kentucky

Josh Allen Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 262 pounds 4.63 28 N/A 9′-8″ 4.23 7.15
  • It was silly that the combine had Josh Allen work with the linebacker opposed to the edge rushers. He’s going to be a top 10 pick for his ability to rush the passer not his ability to play off-ball, although he’s good at it. Next to the linebackers Allen’s numbers didn’t look as impressive, but he had a strong day. He put up a great 40 time, 10-yard split, and short shuttle to go with a solid broad jump and 3-cone. It helped that Allen stood out in drills despite not being a natural off-ball guy. He was moving smoothly in coverage drops and his hips looked great turning corners and changing directions. It may not have been a dominant combine, but Allen did what he needed to do to remain a top 10 pick.

Honorable Mentions:

  • Blake Cashman, Minnesota
  • Cody Barton, Utah
  • Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington
  • Gary Johnson, Texas
  • Ty Summers, TCU

IDL Losers

  1. Dre’Mont Jones, Ohio State

Dre’Mont Jones Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 281 pounds 5.12 N/A 31.5″ 9′-2″ 4.53 7.71
  • Two awful things happened for Dre’Mont Jones draft stock, he weighed much lighter than he should have and he tested way worse than expected. Jones is known for his athleticism and ability to rush the passer from the inside, but he looked terrible at the combine. His 40, 3-cone, short shuttle, vert, and broad jump were all way under what was expected. The positive was is in on-field drills Jones had some of the best movement skills. It’s hard to justify taking an undersized interior defensive lineman with poor testing in the second-round.

  1. Isaiah Buggs, Alabama

Isaiah BuggsTest Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 306 pounds 5.15 20 24.5″ 8′-0″ 4.83 8.01
  • There’s a chance Isaiah Buggs was the least athletic interior defensive lineman at the combine. Everything he did, he did slow. Every test he took, he failed. Buggs had a bad 40 and a historically bad 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical jump. A player who lacks a motor like he does and then tests this poorly will cause teams to question his work ethic. Buggs is a late Day 3 guy at this point.
  1. Terry Beckner, Missouri

Terry Beckner Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-4, 296 pounds 5.19 28 24.5″ 8′-2″ 4.82 7.97
  • In such a deep interior defensive line class Terry Beckner needed to have a great combine to get his name buzzing, he did not do that. Beckner had maybe a worse combine than Buggs, if that’s possible. His 40, 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical were all historically bad. Considering he was known for athletic flashes on tape, this ain’t good. It’s hard to see him getting drafted.
  1. Demarcus Christmas, Florida State

Demarcus Christmas Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 294 pounds 5.08 22 25.5″ 8′-4″ 5.07 8.13
  • Playing at Florida State gives you buzz even if your tape doesn’t deserve it, that’s Demarcus Christmas in a nutshell. Christmas is below-average on tape and tested terribly. He had one of the worst short shuttles of all-time. To add to it his 3-cone, vertical, and broad were basically as bad as it gets. He’ll be a UDFA with a camp invite.
  1. Chris Slayton, Syracuse

Chris Slayton Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-4, 307 pounds 5.13 28 29″ 8′-4″ 4.73 N/A
  • There was some late love for Chris Slayton before the combine due to his size and production. He needed a nice combine to get some early Day 3 buzz, but he was underwhelming. His short shuttle, broad, and vertical were way worse than what he needed to help himself. Slayton could go late Day 3, but he’s more likely a priority undrafted free agent.

EDGE Losers

  1. Jachai Polite, Florida

Jachai Polite Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-3, 258 pounds 4.84 N/A 32″ N/A N/A N/A
  • There’s a good chance that Jachai Polite will be the top loser of the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. This has more to do with than just his athletic testing. Polite reportedly was the worst interview with NFL teams. He even put multiple teams on blast when talking to the media and said he’s never watched his own tape before. Not a good look for the pass rusher. It didn’t help his stock that he added weight and ran slowly. From the looks of it the weight was “bad” weight. After his first 40-yard dash he called it a day, citing a hamstring injury. There has been speculation that he wasn’t injured and was just frustrated with the combine. All in all, it was as bad as it gets for a potential top 15 pick. There’s a good chance Polite will slide to Day 2 with these character concerns.

  1. LJ Collier, TCU

LJ CollierTest Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-2, 283 pounds 4.91 25 30″ 9′-8″ 4.78 7.71
  • With growing hype throughout draft season, the NFL Combine was a huge opportunity for LJ Collier. Unfortunately, Collier’s lack of athleticism was exposed and his stock damaged. He had a nice broad jump, but his 40 and vertical were bad and the 3-cone and short shuttle awful. With the change of direction drills being so bad teams are going to worry about his stiffness and lack of explosion, especially at his odd build. There was a bit of early Day 2 talk for Collier, but now he’s more likely late Day 2 at best. Kicking inside is something that should be considered. The positive for Collier is his tape is impressive and he dominated the Senior Bowl.
  1. CeCe Jefferson, Florida

CeCe Jefferson Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-1, 266 pounds 5.02 17 30.5″ 9′-0″ 4.53 7.5
  • Poor CeCe Jefferson. He just didn’t look like he should have been out there with everybody else and his shot at being a late Day 3 pick was killed by his combine performance. Jefferson with an already not ideal build had the worst 40, the worst broad, the worst 3-cone, the second worst vert, the second least reps on bench, and the third worst short shuttle. To make matters worse he was the worst in on-field drills by far.
  1. Jalen Jelks, Oregon

Jalen Jelks Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-5, 256 pounds 4.92 19 32.5″ 32.5″ 4.59 7.22
  • Before the college football season there were some who believed Jalen Jelks could be a first-round pick. After playing out of position and putting up lackluster numbers some still held hope. Then, the Senior Bowl wasn’t great for him and now the combine likely killed his shot at even going Day 2. Jelks is long and lean, but so raw without much athletic upside. He’s very stiff and that’s reflected in his short shuttle and 3-cone numbers. His 40, broad, and vert were all below minimum as well and he didn’t look very athletic in drills.
  1. Zach Allen, Boston College

Zach Allen Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-4, 281 pounds 5 24 32″ 9′-3″ 4.36 7.34
  • The issue with Zach Allen is he’s trying to be an edge rusher when his best spot is going to be at 5-Tech. He’s not an athletic guy and doesn’t have the ability to bend that edge rushers need, yet he’s stayed there for the Senior Bowl and combine. Allen tested below the target number in the 40, 3-cone, short shuttle, vertical and broad. In the on-field work he didn’t move very well and doesn’t look like an edge player. His best bet is adding about 10 pounds and using his strength and ability vs the run as a two gapping 5-Tech. If he put these numbers up as an IDL, we would be calling him a winner. Just needs to move from EDGE ASAP.

LB Losers

  1. Jeff Allison, Fresno State

Jeff Allison Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
5-11, 228 pounds 4.82 12 31″ 9′-6″ 4.45 7.2
  • Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for Jeff Allison at the combine. He came in about 15 pounds lighter than his playing weight and managed the least amount of reps on the bench. You’d hope the weight loss would result in some nice athletic testing, but it was the opposite. He was one of the worst linebackers in the 40, 3-cone, short shuttle, broad, and vertical jump. Coming in the size of a safety and testing like an unathletic edge rusher isn’t great for a linebacker. In the on-field work he looked lost. Allison probably falls to late Day 3 or goes undrafted now.
  1. Joe Giles-Harris, Duke

Joe Giles-Harris Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-2, 234 pounds 4.75 17 29.5″ 9′-2″ N/A N/A
  • With some big hype from draft Twitter heading into the combine, Joe Giles-Harris was looking to be one of the linebackers to make a big leap. Instead JGH fell way off. While the majority of the class tested well, especially in the 40, he looked like he was the odd man out. His 40 time, bench, broad, and vertical jump were all below the target for a linebacker. Even in on-field work he didn’t standout. JGH is likely a mid-Day 3 guy.
  1. Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State

Terrill Hanks Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-2, 242 pounds 4.98 21 35.5″ 9′-8″ N/A N/A
  • One of the strangest combine performances came from Terrill Hanks. Hanks is known for being “body beautiful” and was expected to make a leap with big testing. When Hanks ran the worst 40 of the linebacker group everybody was shocked. He then sat out the rest of the day, with a hamstring injury. Hanks desperately needs to better his 40 at his Pro Day. The strange thing is he put up nice numbers in both the broad and vertical jump. It’s especially odd because he is one of the fastest linebackers on tape. Take the 40 time with a grain of salt until we get the Pro Day number.

  1. Deshaun Davis, Auburn

Deshaun Davis Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
5-11, 234 pounds N/A 25 31″ 9′-2″ 4.38 N/A
  • Deshaun Davis is a real throwback at linebacker, that’s a nice way of saying he’s great vs the run, but a liability in coverage. Unsurprisingly, Davis tested poorly in everything. He chose not to run the 40, probably because it wouldn’t have been a good time. In the on-field work he looked slower than everybody else and struggled a ton with change of direction. Davis has instincts and violence, but just doesn’t have the athleticism for today’s NFL. Special teams will be his way onto a roster.
  1. Mack Wilson, Alabama

Mack Wilson Test Results 40-yard dash 225-pound bench reps Vertical jump Broad jump 20-yard shuttle 3-cone drill
6-1, 240 pounds N/A N/A 32″ 9′-7″ N/A N/A
  • While Devin White and Devin Bush were blowing up the combine and solidifying themselves as LB1 and LB2, Mack Wilson was sliding. Wilson was the main competition for them as a top two linebacker, but he only participated in the broad and vertical jump. Both jumps were far worse than expected and not what he needed to help his stock. His combine got worse when reports of him having bad interviews with NFL teams surfaced.

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I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
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Vice President of Media | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.

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