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Florida WR Kadarius Toney said he models his game after New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara.

On the surface, the two are listed at different positions. But like Kamara, Toney is more of an offensive weapon, capable of running the ball as effectively as he is catching it. Toney averaged 8.5 YPC on his 19 carries while posting a 70-984-10 receiving line for the high-flying Gators last fall. Toney has entered the late Round 1 discussion due to his explosive athleticism.

SOURCE: 247Sports

Jan 27, 2021, 12:35 PM ET

 

 

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He stands at 6-foot-4 and 226 pounds with a laser of an arm and the inept ability to run the ball at will.

I get a kick out of amateur sports writers trying to use fancy words. You're looking to use "innate" here, chief.

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SMU TE Kylen Granson looked like a complete tight end during Tuesday's Senior Bowl practice, according to Pro Football Network's Tony Pauline. 

Granson (6'3/235) may not be the biggest name among the players in Mobile, but he's a respected prospect who will likely be a middle-round selection this spring. He did nothing to hurt his chances during Tuesday's practice, showing that he can be an effective blocker despite there being questions about his size. "Kylen Granson looked complete today and performed much better than expected," Pauline wrote. "He’s not the biggest tight end, but he did a terrific job blocking all day. Granson also made a lot of difficult receptions during drills and in the scrimmage." 

SOURCE: Pro Football Network

Jan 27, 2021, 5:20 PM ET

 

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The way too early 2021 rookie consensus rankings (n=9).  I have integrated rookie rankings into a dynasty consensus ranking and got the following (Olave likely returning to OSU):

Rank	Player		PosRnk
28	Najee Harris	RB13
32	Travis Etienne	RB16
43	Ja'Marr Chase	WR20
45	Devonta Smith	WR21
61	Javonte Wiliams	RB24
77	Jaylen Waddle	WR38
81	Kyle Pitts	TE08
85	Rondale Moore	WR40
86	Kenny Gainwell	RB29
87	Trevor Lawrence	QB10
106	Terr. Marshall	WR51
110	Rashod Bateman	WR53
116	Chuba Hubbard	RB40
120	Chris Olave	WR55
128	Justin Fields	QB14
131	A-R St. Brown	WR59
134	Seth Williams	WR61
138	Michael Carter	RB46
146	Zamir White	RB49
156	Kadarius Toney	WR68
161	Zach Wilson	QB21
166	Elijah Moore	WR72
169	Tylan Wallace	WR74
185	Kylin Hill	RB61
188	Trey Lance	QB26
194	Brevin Jordan	TE22
196	L. Rountree III	RB67
208	Pat Freiermuth	TE25
213	Trey Sermon	RB71

 

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16 hours ago, miqws said:

The way too early 2021 rookie consensus rankings (n=9).  I have integrated rookie rankings into a dynasty consensus ranking and got the following (Olave likely returning to OSU):


Rank	Player		PosRnk
28	Najee Harris	RB13
32	Travis Etienne	RB16
43	Ja'Marr Chase	WR20
45	Devonta Smith	WR21
61	Javonte Wiliams	RB24
77	Jaylen Waddle	WR38
81	Kyle Pitts	TE08
85	Rondale Moore	WR40
86	Kenny Gainwell	RB29
87	Trevor Lawrence	QB10
106	Terr. Marshall	WR51
110	Rashod Bateman	WR53
116	Chuba Hubbard	RB40
120	Chris Olave	WR55
128	Justin Fields	QB14
131	A-R St. Brown	WR59
134	Seth Williams	WR61
138	Michael Carter	RB46
146	Zamir White	RB49
156	Kadarius Toney	WR68
161	Zach Wilson	QB21
166	Elijah Moore	WR72
169	Tylan Wallace	WR74
185	Kylin Hill	RB61
188	Trey Lance	QB26
194	Brevin Jordan	TE22
196	L. Rountree III	RB67
208	Pat Freiermuth	TE25
213	Trey Sermon	RB71

 

Obviously no one knows for sure how the NFL draft will play out. I do find out interesting that I see NFL mocks often have K. Toney as a late 1st - mid 2nd. But this list suggests that for fantasy he's viewed behind other WRs like St. Brown and Williams. Bit of a disconnect in those predictions. 

 

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Texas A&M QB Kellen Mond completed 13-of-25 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns in the Reese's Senior Bowl. 

Though Mond's team lost by a field goal, the Aggies QB was still pretty solid when given his opportunity. Mond marched the offense down for a couple touchdown drives, both of which he finished off himself. Other QBs may have finished with a higher yards per attempt than Mond, but Mond's red zone accuracy and peak plays were probably the most impressive of any QB on the day. QBs Feleipe Franks, Sam Ehlinger, and Jamie Newman also threw a touchdown. 

Jan 30, 2021, 5:49 PM ET

 

 

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