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Nobody Thinks of Sweden: Goteborg Advance to the Europa League Finals, 2022-23

Nobody Thinks of Sweden: Goteborg Advance to the Europa League Finals, 2022-23
With the curtain down on the Allsvenskan and another championship in hand--albeit a down-to-the-wire, needed-to-win-on-the-last-day run--Goteborg IFK turned their attention to a showdown with Spanish giants Sevilla in the Europa League final, played this year in Paris.
Would the lights of the Parisian night be too bright for the plucky underdogs from Sweden? Would Sevilla assert their dominance and throttle the Scandinavians early?
Sevilla got an early scare, as Golden Boot candidate John Carlsson took a pass in the box, pivoted away from his defender and clanged the ball off the outside of the post.
After that, Sevilla must have felt confident--they dodged the bullet, and it was time to get to work. In fact, Sevilla's defense marshalled the threatening Carlsson for much of the night. If you tell any team that the man with 11 goals in 8 matches would score ZERO goals in this match, you'd say your defense was doing their job.
Too bad Carlsson has been working on his passing.
From that very goal kick, Goteborg swarmed the ball in midfield and won it back after a bobble by a Sevilla player. Carlsson was instrumental in the press, then found the ball at his feet. As Sevilla defenders swarmed him, he found 27-year-old Kristoffer Olsson for the opening goal.
Olsson's smooth finish inspired the Swedes'
Here's a longer view of the pressure that forced the turnover
High Energy Carlsson doesn't score, but it's almost as nice
Down 0-1, Sevilla can't be blamed for perhaps thinking that they just needed to shake off the nerves, collect the ball, hold it for possession, and that their quality would eventually tell. But Manager Drue Desjardines had other plans. Goteborg's three-man midfield of Tobias Christensen, Jacob Christensen, and Olsson continually cut off passes and snuffed out attacks in the middle third. The high defense of the midfield told just 6 minutes later, as further pressure gave the ball back in the midfield and allowed Tobias Christensen to pull off this beautiful cutback:
The Goteborg midfielder coolly extends the lead.
The first half settled into a combative midfield battle, with the Goteborg side refusing to allow easy entrance to the final third. With 45 minutes gone at halftime, Sevilla had mustered a stunning ZERO shots on goal against the Swedish side.
When the teams came out, we were certain to see an energized Sevilla side, attacking and exploiting the wings. And yes, they tried, especially on the Sevilla left. But the sneaky unsung hero of Goteborg's dominance? Right full-back Albin Hansen, who earned a match rating of 9.0 for his defensive acumen against the wingers. Hansen blocked three crosses to open the half, then finally collected the ball and started a spell of possession that would ultimately put the game away. In the 50th minute, he collected the ball, then switched the field by passing to left full-back Mathias Rasmussen. The winger pushed the ball upfield to Christensen and to Mikael Holm, who created this opportunity:

Olsson, assisted by Tobias Christensen
Three goals to the good for Goteborg!! We have video of the cup raising celebration here:
Celebrating the Victory
While it's all smiles for the team for a few nights, the backroom staff will start preparing for the new season almost immediately. There are rumors that talented young goalkeeper Mamadou Loum, the star of the last few matches of the season in a rotational role, would prefer a move elsewhere. He is currently behind goalie Andre Hansen, who himself has been signed by Sporting CP, who offered the 30-year-old wages that Goteborg could not compete with.
Goteborg will likely try to woo Loum to stay, given his obvious talents, but he likely feels hard done by the playing staff who preferred the older Hansen.
Similarly, the contracts of veteran defenders Emil Bergstrom (age 30) and Daniel Buballa (age 33) are still up in the air. Bergstrom rotated time with Mathias Ross in the center of the defense, while Buballa was mostly used in cup matches. Both were vital contributors but may wish to find time elsewhere.
The Europe-winning side
There are some doubts about Jorgensen's work on the left wing, and Mikael Holm could supplant him there; other rumors have Goteborg looking for a true winger to play. Holse was integral in the high pressing and midfield work during the Europa cup victory, but he was nearly invisible on the attacking end. Expect changes to that side if the team wishes to compete any further in the Champions League.
Developmental player Albin Hansen played far beyond his years in the final match, but many commentators expect a loan move for the talented youngster for a season or two.
While challenges loom, all the fans, staff, and players can savor the feelings of a European Championship, and dream of more to come. The 23-24 season is almost upon us for Goteborg--what magic awaits next!
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i_MiLK's Mid-Season 1 Round Mock w/ Explanations

Hey everyone, taking a break from the breakdowns this week for a mock draft this week! Title really explains everything, and I think this can be a cool outlet to give you a bit of an insight into what prospects I'm liking so far and what direction I think teams should go in next April. This mock will be WHAT I WOULD DO not what I think is gonna happen. Also no trades, wer're just gonna play it straight this time. So, let's get into it.
1.01 CIN - Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
Easy pick at 1st overall. Tua (and someone else I'll be getting to very shortly) has raced past Justin Herbert and at the moment, Tua is my QB. Obviously the Andy Dalton era will be coming to an end after this season and Tua has all the tools necessary to be a franchise QB. The Bengals need to do a lot to bolster their supporting cast but Tua will give them a great foundation for the future. Also considered: Joe Burrow, Chase Young
1.02 MIA - Joe Burrow QB LSU
The glorious tank is in full effect in South Beach and working exactly as intended with the team currently winless at 0-6. Josh Rosen isn't in the Dolphins' long term plans so they'll obviously need to address the QB position. Burrow is undoubtedly the biggest riser of the season so far, as he went from probable day 3 pick to serious #1 overall pick contention. Burrow also passed up Herbert on my board and Burrow seemingly can't do anything wrong right now. With Burrow improving literally every aspect of his game significantly from his junior season to his senior season, I believe Joe is worthy of a top pick and has a good shot of being a good franchise QB. Also considered: Chase Young
1.03 WAS - Chase Young EDGE The Ohio State
An OT or Jerry Jeudy are extremely tempting at spots that Washington is in real need of, but at the end of the day I just can't pass up on the undisputed top prospect on my board. Even though Montez Sweat was taken at 1.26 in last year's draft, he hasn't made much of an impact so far this season and Ryan Kerrigan will be 32 years old next season on the last year of his contract (as well as only having 2.0 sacks through 7 games this season). But what makes this pick easy for me is the fact that Chase Young has been straight up unblockable this season at Ohio State. 10.5 TFLs and 9.5 sacks in only 7 games, Young is the best defensive player in the country and for my money a legitimate Heisman candidate, that's how great he's been. Explosion, technique, strength, flexibility, Young has it all and would be an instant impact player in the nation's capital. Also considered: Andrew Thomas, Jerry Jeudy, Jeffery Okudah
1.04 ATL - Jeffery Okudah CB The Ohio State
I know that the big need in Atlanta is for a pass rusher, but the Falcons really need to hit on this pick and I simply feel more confident in Okudah becoming a very good player more than AJ Epenesa. Okudah is easily my top CB in this class not because it's a weak corner class, but because Jeffery is just that damn good. Fluid with lightning quick feet, length, size, ball skills, and a mor than willing tackler, Okudah has everything you look for in a #1 corner. Desmond Trufant has had some good seasons but he hasn't been up to par lately, and the Falcons defense in general is having an incredibly hard time defending the pass. Okudah should come in to help that immediately. Also considered: AJ Epenesa
1.05 NYJ - Andrew Thomas OT Georgia
I've already done a breakdown on Thomas going over how good he is, so I don't feel like I need to go too in depth here. Darnold and the Jets clearly need OL help and they need to solidify their bookends. They have a promising rookie in 2019 3rd round pick Chuma Edoga, but adding Thomas should give Sam a quality tackle duo for the rest of his time as a Jet. Not only will he help Darnold, but he should also be opening up plenty of holes for Le'Veon Bell to run through. Also considered: AJ Epenesa, Jerry Jeudy, Tristain Wirfs
1.06 NYG - Tristain Wirfs OT Iowa
Another tackle goes to New York! This time it's the Hawkeyes big man going to the east coast to block for Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley. Wirfs has a great combo of size and athleticism, and he's done well to improve his footwork in pass protection this year. With RT and LT versatility, Wirfs can either replace Mike Remmers at RT or kick Solder to the right side and take over at LT. Either way I think Wirfs can be a great pickup for the G-men. Also considered: Jerry Jeudy, Isaiah Simmons, AJ Epenesa
1.07 LAC - Justin Herbert QB Oregon
Maybe a bit of a suprise here but with how the Chargers' roster is constructed, I don't see them getting the chance to pick this high again in the near future, so I feel you might as well go out and grab your QB of the future while you have the chance. This choice is made easier for me by the fact that the top 2 OL are off the board and the IOL value isn't there in the top 10 IMO. I've done a breakdown on Herbert against Cal and some of my disappointments with him this season, but he's still an incredibly talented QB with a great arm, good athleticism, good ball placement, 4 years of starting experience, a willingness to push the ball downfield, and a QB who does well to take care of the ball. Having Herbert not be thrust into a high pressure situation from starting immediately could prove to be for the best for his development as he gets to learn behind a potential HOF QB in Philip Rivers. This is shaping up to be a good OL class even after the 1st round, so I think it's okay to target the trenches in later rounds to get the heir to Rivers in SoCal. Also considered: Derrick Brown, Isaiah Simmons
1.08 DEN - Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama
With Emmanuel Sanders in the bay area, the Broncos could use some extra pizzazz at receiver. Denver has many needs in general, so I decided to go with the best player on my board. I don't think too much needs to be said about Jeduy, y'all already know who he is and y'all already know that he does pretty much everthing at an elite level. I have no doubt that he'll make this Broncos offense better no matter who is their starting QB in 2020. Also considered: Grant Delpit, Isaiah Simmons, Trevon Diggs
1.09 CLE - Grant Delpit S LSU
Once again the OL value isn't that good at this spot, but Grant Delpit is a perfect fit for this Browns defense. The do-it-all DB for the Tigers would find himself right at home being paired up with Damarious Randall and having Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams as his CBs. Grant seems to be slipping a bit due to his lack of ball production compared to last year, but his tackling has gotten better and his coverage instincts can't be denied after the year he had in 2018. Delpit is still a great safety prospect and fills the biggest hole left on this Browns defense. Also considered: Uhhh, no one tbh lol
1.10 MIA via PIT - AJ Epenesa EDGE Iowa
And here is where we finally see Epenesa go. Miami obviously needs everything and EDGE is no exception. Charles Harris hasn't panned out and while Taco Charlton has actually had a nice start to his new life as a Dolphin, it's tough to expect him to continue playing at a high level considering his career so far. Epenesa still has some developing to do, but his traits are pretty crazy for an EDGE prospect. At a long 6'6 and 275-280, AJ has rare burst and bend for a player that size with more than enough power to vary things up as a pass rusher and hold up in the run game. Epenesa has the kind of tools that a team like Miami would do well to bank on. Also considered: Henry Ruggs III
1.11 TB - Jacob Eason QB Washington
I think it's time to move on from Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay. I wouldn't be surprised if Eason is a pretty polarizing prospect come April. Eason isn't an insanely mobile QB and I still think he has some growing to do in terms of some of the mental aspects of the position but that can come with time and experience and he already seems like a quicker decision maker than what he was at Georgia. What Eason does have is a cannon of an arm and the willingness to push the ball to all parts of the field. If Eason has the chemistry he does with Aaron Fuller already, he has the potential to do wonders with WRs as talented as Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. IMO, Jacob outplayed Justin Herbert in their matchup last Saturday and has the traits to compete against anyone. Also considered: Trevon Diggs, Kristian Fulton, Creed Humphrey, Tyler Biadasz
1.12 DET - Trevon Diggs CB Alabama
On Wednesday when u/LB3PTMAN and I talked CBs, I had mentioned that Fulton and Diggs were in competition for my CB2 in this class. Right now, I honestly give the slight edge to Diggs. I like both, but with Diggs you're getting a long CB with prototypical boundary corner size, good athleticism and arguably the best ball skills in the class for corners. The Lions' top need this offseason is a CB opposite Darius Slay, and I think Diggs would be a very promising compliment in the Lions' secondary on Slay's other side. Also considered: Isaiah Simmons, Kristian Fulton, Xavier McKinney, Tyler Biadasz
1.13 JAX - Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama
Between Ruggs, Higgins, and Lamb, it seems like everyone has their favorite WR2. Mine's, as you can tell, is Henry Ruggs. Dede Westbrook has had flashes but has also had bouts of unreliability. DJ Chark has become a serious threat for the Jags offense but it could use a reliable 2nd receiving option. This is where Ruggs comes in, who is also the top prospect left on my board at this spot. Ruggs might not have elite size, but he's still a phenomenal receiving target who does so many things for an offense. A tough winner of contested catches with truly elite speed and good YAC ability, Ruggs is an electric WR who wins at all levels of the field. Whether for Nick Foles or American Hero Gardner Minshew, a "Flash and Dash" duo of Ruggs and Chark should make like hell for any opposing coordinator and secondary. Also considered: Kristian Fulton, Isaiah Simmons, Xavier McKinney
1.14 PHI - Kristian Fulton CB LSU
Pretty simple, Philly needs CB help in the worst way possible and Fulton is my best CB on the board and the value in the middle of the 1st is pretty on the money. Fulton has 2 strong seasons of tape at a DBU contender. I'm not sure if Fulton will ever be an elite CB but he'll certainly be good enough for the Eagles to get an instant upgrade at the position. Also considered: Paulson Adebo, CeeDee Lamb, Tee Higgins
1.15 TEN - Jake Fromm QB Georgia
I could see this being the most controversial pick of my entire mock. I debated long and hard about whether I would go Fromm or Jordan Love here but ultimately I went with the Dawgs' 3 year starter. The Mariota era is over in Nashville and Ryan Tannehill, while a QB I'd probably look to keep around in 2020, isn't the future for the Titans either. I honestly feel like Fromm is being a bit underrated as of late as a passer. While he doesn't have the arm talent of a guy like Herbert, Eason, or Love he isn't anywhere close to a noodle arm. He's able to really push the ball on throws to either sideline and he gets good velocity on throws to the middle of the field. Jake often gets tagged with the "Game Manager" label, but he's more than willing to push the ball down the field and has plenty of "WOW" throws in his catalog at Georgia. With athleticism and all the intangibles NFL teams look for in a QB, getting a poised QB who has seen it all and experienced it all at the collegiate level, Fromm could be the guy to complete the Titans roster and get them back to competing for division titles. Also considered: Jordan Love
1.16 OAK - Isaiah Simmons LB Clemson
LB1 finally comes off the board and this honestly might be a little low for the skills he brings to the table. I profiled all the ways he can impact the game in his fantastic outing earlier in the year vs Syracuse, and he can definitely do similar things in the NFL. Simmons' length and athleticism will pose a seriously problem roaming around on defense. As a playmaker through and through, he can make an immediate impact for a lot of teams. For the Raiders, they need answers in the middle of their defense with their lack of quality at LB. Jon Gruden has the Raiders playing some pretty decent ball this season but they need to continue to improve the roster and Simmons certainly does that. Also considered: CeeDee Lamb, Tee Higgins, Paulson Adebo
1.17 ARI - Creed Humphrey IOL Oklahoma
Interesting pick here as Creed is the first IOL to go off the board. I like the idea of reuniting him with Kyler Murray, the QB who he snapped for at Oklahoma in 2018 in an offense very similar to the one Kliff Kingsbury runs. I could see Creed acclimating to the NFL quickly in an environment fairly similar to Oklahoma, where he's had so much success as the anchor of the Sooners' OL. The Cardinals should be aggressive in bolstering the offensive line this offseason to make things easier for Kyler and Humphrey does just that. Also considered: Derrick Brown, Lucas Niang, Tyler Biadasz
1.18 OAK via CHI - CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
This was tough, as I have Lamb and Tee Higgins close as my WRs 3-4 on my board. Ultimately I went with Lamb, and although I'm not the biggest Lamb fan his talent is undeniable. CeeDee has athletic limitations, but he's a solid route runner who has shown to be dominant after the catch. With good ball skills in the air as well, Lamb has crushed everyone he's gone up against so far this season and his skill level should shine through throughout the rest of the Sooners' 2019 campaign. As a complimentary piece to the emerging Tyrell Williams and with other offensive weapons like up-and-coming TE Darren Waller and rookie phenom RB Josh Jacobs, Lamb would give Gruden and Derek Carr a lot of dynamic players to work with on offense to try and get the Raiders back firmly in the playoff hunt in 2020. Also considered: Tee Higgins, Paulson Adebo, Tyler Biadasz
1.19 JAX via LAR - Paulson Adebo CB Stanford
With the departure of Jalen Ramsey, the Jags will need to fill the void left behind by him at some point this offseason. With Adebo being the top CB left on my board at 19, I had Jacksonville going in that direction. Adebo hasn't been lights out this season, but he had a great 2018 and still has very intriguing traits that make him one of the better CB prospects in this class. Paulson has length, size, quickness/speed, and is one of the few CBs in this class that can rival Trevon Diggs' ball skills. Adebo probably won't turn into the next Jalen Ramsey, but I do think he has a chance to play at a quality level for the Jaguars at the NFL level. Also considered: Xavier McKinney, Julian Okwara, Tyler Biadasz
1.20 CAR - Xavier McKinney S Alabama
Personally, I've been kinda wanting to see the Panthers address safety in the draft for a while now, but currently at 20 and with their roster the way it is, I think now is the perfect time to go after a safety early in the draft (unless James Bradberry leaves in FA or something like that). I'm also glad I was able to find a spot for Xavier in the top 20 because I think I've fallen for him as a prospect. McKinney is my #12 overall prospect in this class and I've had a very hard time finding consistent holes in his game. He doesn't have Minkah Fitzpatrick levels of versatility, but he can still be played in plenty of different roles on a defense and he's a consistent contributor on the Crimson Tide's defense. Xavier is a solid tackler who brings a lot of physicality in run support, and has the size and athleticism to cover any number of receiving threats on offense. He's also shown some pretty good ball skills, especially after notching 2 INTs and 10 PDs in 2018 for Alabama. For a roster that doesn't look like it has very many holes, I like Carolina as a landing spot for McKinney. Also considered: Tee Higgins, Tyler Biadasz, Javon Kinlaw
1.21 DAL - Derrick Brown DT Aurburn
Wow, Dallas completely lucks into a real talent on the interior in Derrick Brown. Brown is another player that just happened to go below his talent level but up until now other teams just had a lot more pressing needs than DT. The Cowboys on the other hand, need a lot of help up the middle of their DL and Brown should help right away. While Derrick could add more in terms of hand usage and his pad level needs to be more consistent, his physical and athletic profile is outstanding for an interior lineman. At 6'5 and 310-320 pounds, Brown offers a great combo of size and crazy athleticism for a man that large. Derrick has good flexibility in his hips and has great explosiveness and burst at that weight. Brown's length should also pose a problem for IOL who typically have shorter arms. Dallas has some decisions to make in terms of their upcoming free agency, but Brown makes a ton of sense for them regardless of what moves they make. Also considered: Javon Kinlaw, Tee Higgins, AJ Terrell
1.22 MIA via HOU - Tyler Biadasz IOL Wisconsin
Of course the Fins need help at OT too but they really need everything on the line, so I just went with the best OL on my board and that was Biadasz. Tyler is a large center and one of the strongest IOL in this class. He constantly moves defenders and has consistently opened up holes in his time at Wisconsin. This would also reunite him with fellow Wisconsin Badger Michael Deiter, so having that continuity and chemistry already in place could be really important for protecting Joe Burrow. This is a draft where I would like to see Miami go heavy into investing in the offensive line, and starting with Biadasz at 22 is a smart move for my money. Also considered: Lucas Niang, Alex Leatherwood, D'Andre Swift
1.23 IND - Javon Kinlaw DT South Carolina
Talk about a rise! Kinlaw has been tearing up opponents week after week for the Gamecocks, and in the process has firmly put himself in the round 1 discussion. Javon has always had impressive physical and athletic gifts, but this season is the first he's really put it all together IMO. Javon has already topped his sack total last year of 4 sacks with 5.0 sacks already on the season in just 7 games. 6'6 at over 300 pounds, Kinlaw outreaches everyone on the interior line while also possessing great quickness for his size. That burst combined with his length and strength have made him more than a handful for opposing coaches and OLs to deal with. The Colts have a strong roster, but they still need someone in the middle of their DL to be the glue of the defensive front, and as Kinlaw keeps putting on good performance after good performance, I become more and more convinced he can be that guy. Also considered: Tee Higgins, Laviska Shenault, Julian Okwara
1.24 MIN - Jordan Love QB Utah State
As I said earlier, I have Love behind Jake Fromm and my QB6 in this class. I have questions about Love's decision making, as well as concerns about the consistency (or rather, lack thereof) of Love's lower-half mechanics, as well as the time it will take for him to grow in the mental side of the game (especially pre-snap imo). WITH THAT BEING SAID, Love's physical and athletic talent cannot be questioned. Jordan has a great arm and has a good ability to extend plays outside the pocket and make plays with his legs and his arm outside of structure. He also has a natural touch on his throws that just can't be taught. Minnesota needs to swing for the fences to get themselves a QB who can take their roster over the top in the future, especially in a brutal NFC North. Love is a project, but with a stalwart veteran under contract in 2020 in Kirk Cousins, the Vikings can have Jordan learn from Kirk while also having Kirk keep the team competitive in the present. Jordan will hopefully also have Gary Kubiak and his son Klint Kubiak back in Minnesota in 2020 to help him grow even further as a QB. There are no shortage of playmakers in Minnesota with Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. Most importantly, Love will have a solid run game lead by Garrett Bradbury at center and Dalvin Cook at RB to take a lot of the pressure off of Jordan and give him some stability in the offense. I see Love as a big risk in this year's class, but Minnesota could end up being the best situation for his development. Also considered: Alex Leatherwood, Tee Higgins, AJ Terrell
1.25 BAL - Julian Okwara EDGE Notre Dame
For the first time…………………………………… maybe ever? The strength of the Baltimore Ravens is on the offensive side of the ball rather than the defensive side. The Ravens could certainly use some more talent in the middle of their defense at ILB, but I think that Baltimore's biggest need is on the edge. With the departures of Za'Darius Smith (yes I know he rushed many times on the inside but still) and Terrell Suggs, the Ravens pass rush has taken a major hit. This is where Okwara comes in, my EDGE3 so far in this class. Julian has always had the speed and bend to get in the pocket on the edge, but I feel he's gotten stronger in his upper half and I think he has the ability to develop a more well-rounded pass rush repertoire with added strength. His 3 sack, 2 forced fumble game vs Virginia showed just the kind of potential Okwara has and Baltimore is a place that needs that and I think can develop that. Also considered: Kenneth Murray, Terrell Lewis, Alex Leatherwood
1.26 SEA - Lucas Niang OT TCU
Russell Wilson is a magician, man. Wilson is arguably playing the best ball of a probable HOF career this season and is the frontrunner for this season's MVP award. When I look at this roster, I still think that they could do to bolster their OL. This was really tough since they could also draft a pass rusher here since the have a fair amount of potential rentals at DE, but ultimately I value OL just a hair over DL and the EDGE I was considering does have medical concerns, so I went OT. Niang is a 3 year starter at RT for the Horned Frogs, and I've been happy with his game whenever I've watched him play. Niang is a mammoth of a man at 6'6-6'7 and more than likely north of 325 pounds. Despite that size, Lucas is really nimble and fairly light on his feet, making it tough for pass rushers to win against him. Niang's size makes it obviously difficult to bull rush, but he can also do a good job of using his size and feet to handle speed rushes as well at times. Finally, he does a good job of moving bodies in the run game and creating big lanes for his ball carriers to run through (which should be especially valuable for Chris Carson and a Seahawks team that likes running the ball & controlling the game on the ground). I personally haven't been a fan of Seattle's early round drafting the past couple years, but Niang in the late 1st is definitely a pick I would hop on if I was Seattle. Also considered: Alex Leatherwood, Terrell Lewis
1.27 BUF - Terrell Lewis EDGE Alabama
For a team as good as Buffalo is defensively, they haven't generated the kind of sack numbers you would probably expect from one of the best defenses in the league. That should be a testament to their LB play, their secondary, and the coaching of Sean McDermott. However, they could still use some outside pass rush to round out this unit into a cohesive whole. Trent Murphy, Jerry Hughes, and Shaq Lawson just haven't made a giant impact rushing the passer in 2019, so I'm bringing in someone who should be able to do that. Lewis has had some rough injury luck at Alabama, but now that he's finally healthy he's making the most of his 1st round potential. The traits are all there for Terrell to be a truly quality EDGE in the NFL, strength, speed, bend, technique, it's all coming together for Terrell at Alabama in 2019 with 9.0 TFLs and 6.0 sacks in just 6 games for the Tide. The key for him is going to be medicals. If he doesn't get medically red flagged during the draft process and he comes back clean, Lewis is an EDGE that you take in the first round to make an immediate impact for your defense and your team in general. Also considered: Tee Higgins, Laviska Shenault, D'Andre Swift
1.28 GB - Tee Higgins WR Clemson
This one's pretty simple. The Packers need another consistent weapon at receiver other than Davante Adams and they get that in Tee Higgins. Higgins is a big and strong WR who wins everything at the catch point and has shown good improvements playing with physicality. Higgins also has really good speed and athleticism for a receiver of his size. He isn't just the big bodied possession archetype WR, he can legitimately win as a deep threat with his combination of size, speed, hands and ball skills. This pick should help complete Green Bay's roster and surely make Aaron Rodgers happy. Also considered: Laviska Shenault, Brycen Hopkins, Kenneth Murray
1.29 KC - AJ Terrell CB Clemson
Back to back Tigers here in the late 1st. This time on the opposite side of the ball I'm going with AJ Terrell. Terrell is one of the more underrated corners in my opinion. He has inside-outside versatility, with good length, size, and great athleticism. He's also shown flashes of being a playmaker, with 3 picks and 2 FFs in 2018 playing opposite Trayvon Mullen. The ball skills aren't at an elite level and he isn't always a strong or reliable tackler, but the Chiefs need corner help in the worst way and Terrell is the top CB at my board at this point in the draft. Also considered: Kenneth Murray, Shaun Wade, Alex Leatherwood
1.30 NO - Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma
Really thought about WR here for the Saints but I felt the need to address defense first for NOLA. The Saints defense has been pretty great this season but looking towards the future, Demario Davis (who I love watching play) will be on the wrong side of 30 with only 1 year left on his deal by the time the 2020 season rolls around. For all of Alex Anzalone's talent, the dude unfortunately cannot stay on the field due to constantly getting injured. After that, I'm just not inspired by guys like AJ Klein and Kiko Alonso long term. So I'm taking another big riser this year in Kenneth Murray. Murray has the exact combination of size (6'2 240-245) and athleticism that makes him a pretty rare prospect all things considered. LBs that are Murray's size simply don't move the way Murray can. Kenneth's speed and ability to pounce from sideline to sideline as well as impact the game as a blitzer has been really intriguing this season in a very shallow LB class. He's also shown some improvements in his instincts and he's seemed quicker to diagnose things that are going on around him. We'll see if Murray can finish strong to end the season but for now I'm a fan and I really like the fit in the middle of the Saints' defense. Also considered: Laviska Shenault, Jalen Reagor
1.31 SF - Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama
While technically listed as an OT, Leatherwood played at OG in 2018, bringing with him some versatility along the line that I think the Niners could use well. Either San Fran could kick him inside to guard we he would more than likely play from day 1, or they could have him be their LT of the future and be the heir apparent to Joe Staley. Stanley has been hurt this year and is already in his mid-30s, so I think either approach makes sense. Leatherwood is a physically impressive offensive lineman who has shown off some good fluidity and quickness to boot at both guard and tackle in his time at Alabama. He's yet to face a true test at EDGE as a LT for the Tide, but he's had a very strong start to the year and could really start to fly up boards if he has good performances against teams like LSU and Auburn. San Francisco doesn't need a whole lot, but I think adding a reinforcement on the OL would be a wise move for the 49ers. Also considered: Shaun Wade, Ashtyn Davis, CJ Henderson
1.32 The Evil Empire - Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue
This team is just stupid good. Tom Brady is still the GOAT, their OL still has Dante Scanecchia as their OL coach, and their defense is literally putting up historic levels of dominance and is outscoring opposing offenses. Can we just ban the Patriots so the AFC can be fun again? Regardless, if there's one thing the Pats don't have, it's a dynamic tight end. We know they've been trying to trade for OJ Howard (please Lord no) but Tampa isn't budging. Luckily there's a prospect out there that really hasn't been getting the buzz he deserves (outside of some twitter circles). Of course I'm talking about Brycen Hopkins from Purdue. Brycen has a very good blend of size, speed, fluidity, route running, and hands. Hopkins is a tough catch maker who is a consistent target for whoever his QB is, whether it's Blough, Sindelar, or Plummer. If he's putting in work with that trio of QBs, imagine what he'll do with Tom Brady throwing him the ball. Though he still needs to iron out his blocking, his reliable hands, athleticism, and size should make him a quality TE for a long time in the NFL. Also considered: Ashtyn Davis, Dylan Moses, Kenny Willikes
Well, that's my mock draft. Let me know what you think in the comments, thanks!
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