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  1. 2018 NFL Draft Thread

    I don't think A'shawn is a fit for the NT position. Sylvester Williams is more of that type right now. If they go to a rotational 3-4, I would expect A'shawn to play on the end.
  2. Lions 2018 Schedule

  3. 2018 Draft Pick Watch

    Extremely polished, but he needs time in the minors to build up enough endurance to pitch 200 innings per year.
  4. 2018 NFL Draft Thread

    When they are in high school. When they are in college, they develop differently.
  5. MLB Forum Refugees - Introduce yourselves

    Thanks, that thread made me think again of Brian (Estrepe). I would recommend any new member to read as many of his posts as possible. They still ring true. He is still a huge presence on this board.
  6. 2018 NFL Draft Thread

    I guarantee you the Lions will not trade up. They are looking to trade down only.
  7. 2018 NFL Draft Thread

    https://www.profootballrumors.com/2018/04/nfl-draft-rumors-bengals-ragnow-brows-barkley-seahawks-vea Oh, don't worry about where they played at. Take the best player.
  8. 2018 NFL Draft Thread

    Ragnow is a likely first rounder.
  9. 2018 Draft Pick Watch

    Mize had his worst start, but his team beat Alabama, 19-5. Mize pitched 5 innings, gave up 5 hits, 3 runs, 3 earned, 2 walks(!), and 8 k's. He threw 85 pitches. http://www.auburntigers.com/sports/m-basebl/stats/2017-2018/au39.html
  10. 2018 Draft Pick Watch

    For the game, Florida won 9-4, thanks to big games from Wil Dalton (one of my favorites for next year) and John India. India might not be available when the Tigers select in the 2nd round.
  11. 2018 Draft Pick Watch

    Scratch Hjelle for next year. He's eligible this year, and looks to go in the mid-late first round according to fangraphs.
  12. 2018 Draft Pick Watch

    SEC Network is showing the Florida/Kentucky game. Good game, with good pitching, Jackson Kowar vs. Sean Hjelle. Hjelle is a top prospect for next year's draft, and Kowar will be a possible top 10 pick. I'm a big fan of Kentucky's lineup, led by Tristan Pompey, Kole Cottam and Luke Heyer. Pompey is the stud of the group. He's the younger brother of Tristan, but is taller (6'4"/205 lbs) and more athletic than Tristan imo. Pompey is in the group of players who might be in play (along with Florida's India) for the Tigers in the 2nd round. He plays a nice CF, and is the leadoff hitter for KY and has a .339 batting avg. https://ukathletics.com/cumestats.aspx?path=baseball
  13. Gerber called upon

    This team has a lot of buffers...
  14. Gerber called upon

    26th man for dh tomorrow. Don't get it. He's not playing well.