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2023 JetOffensive Prospect Rankings

Started by Heismanberg, December 27, 2022, 03:21:10 PM

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Quarterback

Bryce Young - Alabama
Will Levis - Kentucky
CJ Stroud - Ohio State
Tanner McKee - Stanford
Anthony Richardson - Florida

Running Back

Bijan Robinson - Texas
Devon Achane - Texas A&M
Jahmyr Gibbs - Alabama
Keaton Mitchell - East Carolina
Tyjae Spears - Tulane

Wideout

Jaxon Smith-Njigba - Ohio State
Jordan Addison - USC
Jalin Hyatt - Tennessee
Zay Flowers - Boston College
Josh Downs - North Carolina

Tight End

Michael Mayer - Notre Dame
Darnell Washington - Georgia
Dalton Kincaid - Utah
Luke Musgrave - Oregon State
Cameron Latu - Alabama

Offensive Tackle

Anton Harrison - Oklahoma
Darnell Wright - Tennessee
Broderick Jones - Georgia
Jaelyn Duncan - Maryland
Paris Johnson - Ohio State

Interior Offensive Line

Peter Skoronski - Northwestern
John Michael Schmitz - Minnesota
Andrew Vorhees - USC
O’Cyrus Torrence - Florida
Luke Wypler - Ohio State

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Quote from: Tommy on July 11, 2015, 03:18:14 AM
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Libero_2

I’m curious about your Paris Johnson ranking. So many talk like he’s the slam dunk OT in this class, yet you have him 5th. I’ve seen you suggest he’s better inside, yet he is not on you interior rankings (which Skoronski is, but he is t outside even though many also say he’s a tackle)

What’s the biggest reason you aren’t as high on him as the consensus seems to be?
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Heismanberg

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Quote from: Libero_2 on March 01, 2023, 05:26:48 PM
I’m curious about your Paris Johnson ranking. So many talk like he’s the slam dunk OT in this class, yet you have him 5th. I’ve seen you suggest he’s better inside, yet he is not on you interior rankings (which Skoronski is, but he is t outside even though many also say he’s a tackle)

What’s the biggest reason you aren’t as high on him as the consensus seems to be?

I think Skoronski is a surefire guard, while I think Johnson and Jones can play guard but are probably tackles in the NFL.  Sko can likely play tackle in a pinch but he's a great fit inside at guard or maybe even center. 

Johnson's a really good athlete at the position but he gets pushed around too much and isn't great in the run game.  I wasn't big on AVT as a tackle for similar reasons.  I think Johnson will end up ahead of Duncan when things shake out.  Interested to see measurements. 

None of these tackles are slam dunks.
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Heismanberg

Darnell Wright seems like a safe pick to me as a right tackle. 
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Libero_2

Quote from: Heismanberg on March 01, 2023, 05:36:56 PM
I think Skoronski is a surefire guard, while I think Johnson and Jones can play guard but are probably tackles in the NFL.  Sko can likely play tackle in a pinch but he's a great fit inside at guard or maybe even center. 

Johnson's a really good athlete at the position but he gets pushed around too much and isn't great in the run game.  I wasn't big on AVT as a tackle for similar reasons.  I think Johnson will end up ahead of Duncan when things shake out.  Interested to see measurements. 

None of these tackles are slam dunks.

What you just explained is why Skoronski is the guy I’d want most. NFL guys seem to think he can play outside, although i suspect post combine that number will decrease. I think everyone expects he will be a slam dunk inside (ala AVT) add in he might be able to play C? I’m all in. Our line is going to shift around in the coming years with Laken likely canned after this year. Skoronski could play C or OG (maybe OT), AVT can play OG or OT. If Skoronski is at C and AVT is at OG we could bring in McGlinchey to play OT. If AVT plays OT, Skoronski could be our OG.

Makes too much sense to me
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Quote from: Libero_2 on March 01, 2023, 05:26:48 PM
I’m curious about your Paris Johnson ranking. So many talk like he’s the slam dunk OT in this class, yet you have him 5th. I’ve seen you suggest he’s better inside, yet he is not on you interior rankings (which Skoronski is, but he is t outside even though many also say he’s a tackle)

What’s the biggest reason you aren’t as high on him as the consensus seems to be?
The amount of tackles who have succeeded when the first thought is that they lacks power is really slim. I think he’s a great athlete and can impress with his movement, but it’s hard to overcome it when that natural strength is limited.

Cane

Quote from: Libero_2 on March 01, 2023, 06:02:22 PM
What you just explained is why Skoronski is the guy I’d want most. NFL guys seem to think he can play outside, although i suspect post combine that number will decrease. I think everyone expects he will be a slam dunk inside (ala AVT) add in he might be able to play C? I’m all in. Our line is going to shift around in the coming years with Laken likely canned after this year. Skoronski could play C or OG (maybe OT), AVT can play OG or OT. If Skoronski is at C and AVT is at OG we could bring in McGlinchey to play OT. If AVT plays OT, Skoronski could be our OG.

Makes too much sense to me
I think the center/IOL class is too deep to take Skoronski in the first. Like you can get Schmitz or Tippman in the second for the same idea and they can start tomorrow.


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Heismanberg

Darnell Wright in the first and John Michael Schmitz in the second. 
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Andrew Ryan

I'm fine with whichever tackle Joe D thinks is best at our pick.

loyaljetsfan

Vegas Odds for first OL taken:

Paris Johnson -155
Skoronski +190
Broderick Jones + 500
Darnell Wright +1500

I like the Skoronski odds