2023 NFL Draft Thread

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Bijan Robinson to the Falcons?

Trading out. The Bears want to address the offensive line first and foremost. Can't disagree. The lure of taking Carter might have gotten me to pull the trigger however. Potential generational talent.
Here's the NFL.com draft info on Darnell Wright:

Draft Projection
Round 1

NFL Comparison
D.J. Fluker

Right tackle prospect who used his size and power to overcome athletic limitations and spotty technique on the collegiate level. The tape can be a little uneven for Wright with poor block finishes followed up by aggressive pancakes. He played with much better body control and footwork in 2022, though. Wright is capable of staying at right tackle at the next level provided he’s given protection help from time to time. While he was often a positional blocker at Tennessee, he’s a very talented drive blocker when allowed to fire out. There will be inconsistent outings, but Wright should develop into a decent starting tackle with the potential to kick inside if necessary.

-Big-bodied tackle who carries his weight well.
-Bulldozer vibes when working double teams and combo blocks.
-Able to stand his ground through one-on-one power swaps.
-Jolts linebackers out of positioning with push.
-Adequate foot slide to catch inside movement.
-Uses length for forceful redirection in protection.
-Feet appeared much calmer in 2022.
-Stops speed-to-power attempts consistently

-Gets very little bend in his two-point stance.
-More bear-hugger than technician at point of attack.
-Below average hand resets and finish as run blocker.
-Might need a shallow pocket to hold up in pass pro.
-More of a catcher than puncher.
-Shows confusion against twist.
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