Discussion in 'The Bill Nunn Draft Room' started by blackandgoldpatrol, Jan 31, 2021.
He is too light to play LB. SS yes.
Sleeper pick at WR
Watched him a lot. Always wondered what he did 2 be playing for Arkansas st. , and Not the Arkansas Razorbacks. That's my worry.
If the Steelers are looking for a WR with speed, this guy in the mid rounds would be a good choice.
Those are some mighty wheels .
Kid definitely has some special hands.... Obviously, his level of competition will be in question, but there's no denying the talent...
I would have a hard time believing that this kid is flying under anyone's radar
Kid definitely has some wheels.... High school track star.... A bit on the lighter side but initially could be a designated deep threat or return specialist
Anthony Schwartz is a world record holder within the 200m under the age of 18. To say speed and explosiveness are his greatest traits would be an understatement. Assuming the Steelers do lose JuJu Smith Schuster in Free Agency, simply having Chase Claypool being the "Thermonuclear Option" is insufficient as Claypool is likely to succeed JuJu as the New X Receiver.
Schwartz could immediately fill that void. Question is at what point would the team acquire him if available?! Round 3 is as far as he is going to go..... and that is not including a possible trade up either.
may the schwartz be with you.
Not sold on this kid yet, have to look into him more but I read that he only had 3 plays of 25 yards or greater through the air and two of those were blown coverage. If he can’t do it in college, doesn’t bode well for the pros. While not nearly as fast, Demetric Felton has caught my eye. Guy is a serious playmaker with the ball in his hands. In this kickoff return, dare I say he looks Barry-esq
Not sure they spend a pick on him with McFarland on the team though.
Also, I’d argue Johnson will be the #1 receiver. He was certainly targeted like it last year. If he takes care of the dropsies, I’m convinced we have AB light. Either way, it’s a problem for DC’s, who do you double.
I’d really love for them to find a way to keep JuJu rather than to weaken that group at this point. That’s a dangerous trio plus JW has carved out a niche as well.
If we take any WR in this draft would be ridiculous.
Why? Have to see what happens with JuJu but if they lose him, which seems likely, they’ll need to draft one.
it's not just juju...… ray ray is also a free agent... if he's not brought back, the need to round out the depth chart is still there
I was counting on Ray Ray and Cain?
Cain’s not here anymore, think he is with the ravens.
Was just coming to pimp him, let Harris be taken in the first by someone else, I’m liking this kid a lot.
Also, as @SWSteel pointed out, Javonte Williams.
Would be happy with either of these guys.
Schwartz played with a inaccurate QB the last 2 years.
cain is with the ravens now.
Arthur Moats said Steelers should take Javonte Williams over Najeh.
Javonte seems very impressive, actually reminds me of Chubb in Cleveland. That is exactly what we need!
Oh heck, I didn't know we lost him. I thought he was on practice squad. Late round WR gem
maybe necessary. We are good at evaluating the WR position.
a first round RB is only as good as his line. we are not going to turn into the titans this year. we will still throw the ball. improving our run game won't be hard. it can't get much worse. benny ran well when given the chance. he's more than capable. not to say we don't get one in this draft but not in the first. we are not built for that right now. a good blocking center and TE will go a long way. so will another good WR being added. this draft is extremely deep with good RBs not named travis or najee.
I wish a Heath Miller was in this draft, someone who can do it all. I agree, you get someone like that and it makes everything easier.
Its alright he won't look good for the Ravens.
Steelers are interested in him, if they end up taking him I won’t doubt their evaluations on WR but he seems like the classic 1 trick pony to me so far.
Ask Bengals fans how Ross worked out for them.