Anthony Schwartz, Elise, D Eskridge discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
Former Tennessee quarterback assistant coach in the NFL, now in Baltimore, But I think the Marty Rogers can't get pushed down to four. Have him going to New England with thick 46 round to have to tow Atwell going the second round. Arizona 14 receivers guys going in the first two rounds could've had 17 very easily on I have right now, 21 in the first three ground, so this is a draft. Loaded with SWAT and outside receiver and just going back to that. Well, think about this for a second, he averaged nine yards. After the catch, so every time you're throwing the ball to him, and he catches the ball, he's getting getting you nine yards from that spot wherever it is on the field, which is amazing. I mean, there are a lot of guys who were 456 yards after catching nine yards after the catch every time he has a reception. Well, obviously one of the better players than Louisville program and quite some time I sort of the same high school is Teddy Bridgewater, so they follow the same pipelines in high school. A couple of guys from Miami area who both And the world. Eddie obviously, already well established in the NFL, and to do about to become the same in just a couple of weeks here. I thought you wanted to see you pull together and the early player of the week if such an award actually existed was D Eskridge, the wide receiver fruit, western Michigan who was all over the field. What more is there to know about his game? People may not know given that I'm from a small school and does not have a long track record playing my receiver. Join Eskridge mean just watching his tape. He was so much different than all the athletes that he was going up against. And you know he had 13 catches for Elise 20 yards this past season, the average 23 yards Her catch, which was fourth in the BCS. So again, Mel Jan 14 guys in the first two rounds again would be a record and Eskridge is a guy maybe goes late second, somewhere in the third There are so many receivers to get in this class ness, which is one of them who who's kind of bounce around. But he really came into his own last couple of years of western Michigan, and he's so explosive and he showed it again as you mentioned at the Senior Bowl, with the ability going up against top corners to separate. His quickness is speed, get down the field, but also to separate in and out of brakes. And really reliable, catching the football as well. Well. He also makes it into your two round mock draft. Is this one of those years Where, just like last year when you had wide receivers this late in the second round, you stay in a normal year might be a top 30 or 35 Pick. Where would D Eskridge land in a political normal year relative to where he wound up in your two round knock? It was so many slot receivers, maybe mid second instead of the 59 to Cleveland. You didn't know what one point is probably was gonna be a defensive actor, corner or a slot receiver. But certainly with his kind explosiveness is what Cleveland wants. Rondell board have weight behind them out of Purdue going to New Orleans. So it is a draft where l f K Johnson out of South Dakota States and Nice will be a nice 3rd 4th round pick for somebody. JOSH Armor, Tennessee. There's so many of those guys and If the Schwartz I have him in the second other words, I'd ended up with Anthony Schwartz from Auburn. But quarterbacking for on the football is issue is a freshman. He was averaging over 16 yards catch right around 16 yards of cash checks. Weeks reverses. It was very effective. Ran into four twos for three reigns of a kid who can fly like that. Anthony Sports from always gonna hear his name called. I think within the first two rounds. Great draft to around out your offensive skill player. If I keep thinking about teams like as men will talk about Mills Marker just a moment. But the Packers the Chiefs the back end of the first round and might be able to use a little bit of wider sea for death, even though they have obviously terrific offenses, as is go read the entire all satellite team piece on ESPN plus.