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  1. Ratliff-Williams is easily my favorite of this UDFA crop. I'd much rather have him as a WR5 than Tajae. ARW, Cheevers, Roberson and Barnes all have legit chances to make this team.
  2. One of my favorite WR prospects.. he could push tajae off the roster.
  3. Also: kudos to Matt Miller. He said on numerous occasions the Titans loved Simmons.
  4. Evans played RT previously. From Zierlein: Three-year starter with tackle experience on both sides who plays with excellent core strength, good hand placement and a noticeable nasty streak. Evans is below average as an athlete but makes up for it with upper-body power and solid technique. Despite being under 6-foot-5, his arm length (34 3/4 inches) might convince a team to try him at right tackle before any moves inside. He might be scheme-dependent, but strength and toughness give him a shot at becoming a good backup with eventual starter potential.
  5. http://draftanalyst.com/earlier-we-think Ty Summers/LB/TCU: Summers has really flown under the radar outside of the scouting community despite outstanding workouts during the combine and pro day. His 40-yard dash time of 4.51 seconds was in the top third of linebackers at the combine, and it was an outstanding mark for a prospect who measures 6017 and 241 pounds. The versatility to be a run-and-chase linebacker on the inside and a coverage ‘backer on the outside is helping to push Summers up draft boards. Considered by most to be a late-round pick, it’s not out of the question that Summers lands in the fourth round. Three teams who have an early grade on Summers include the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens.
  6. Regarding Hollywood, for anyone that has The Athletic
  7. I couldn't find anything on Reed either, but I do remember them talking about him in their presser from an analytical perspective (mentioned him as having a good completion against rate via PFF or something along those lines, iirc)
  8. From my tracking.. 2016 Jack Conklin: visit Kevin Dodd: workout Austin Johnson: workout + visit Derrick Henry: combine meeting Kevin Byard: workout Tajae Sharpe: visit + workout LeShaun Sims: workout Sebastian Tretola: visit Aaron Wallace: workout Kalan Reed: N/A 2017 Corey Davis: visit Adoree Jackson: visit Taywan Taylor: visit Jonnu Smith: visit Jayon Brown: workout Corey Levin: workout Josh Carraway: workout Brad Seaton: visit Khalfani Muhammad: workout 2018 Rashaan Evans: no visit; pro day + combine Harold Landry: visit + workout Dane Cruikshank: visit Luke Falk: N/A
  9. I'm just going off the fact that they love to lie and be vague as hell about everything, mainly.
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