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Team Dream Draft Results - NFC EAST



Welcome to Stack ‘N Shed’s newest series – Team Dream Drafts! SNS takes a look at each NFL’s team optimal draft where talent is added, need is considered, and depth is evaluated for each NFL team.


First, a few rules of the road. To keep this out of pure fantasy drafting, there are no trades proposed. This is an attempt to take a look at each team’s draft capital, assess where their roster stands after free agency and prior to the draft, and attempt to put together the best team draft possible. But most importantly, rooted in reality. That is, using SNS’ Offensive and Defensive Tier Rankings (available for FREE at Patreon / Stack ‘N Shed!) as a guide, an individual team draft will be conducted with the prospects that fit the team and is likely to be available at that draft pick. In other words, Detroit will be unlikely to get CJ Stroud at #6 and Jalen Carter at #18, so Team Dream Drafts won’t go there! Finally, like the actual draft, once a prospect is selected, he is off the board and cannot be re-drafted. This draft was completed on Friday, April 7 and does not consider any NFL transactions completed after that date.


NFC EAST


Philadelphia

Total picks – 6

1 / 10 Keion White / Edge / Georgia Tech

1 / 30 Deonte Banks / CB / Maryland

2 / 62 Jammie Robinson / S / Florida State

3 / 94 Steve Avila / IOL / TCU

7 / 219 Kendre Miller / RB / TCU

7 / 248 Jacob Copeland / WR / Maryland


White has ideal size and excels as a power rusher. Banks is extremely fast, displays excellent reaction skills and plays the ball effectively. Robinson is undersized but instinctive and tough. Avila is a powerful blocker who plays smart and alert. Miller is a solid, all-around RB. Copeland is a solid route runner and works the middle of the field well.



Washington

Total picks – 8

1 / 16 John Michael Schmitz / IOL / Minnesota

2 / 47 Tyrique Stevenson / CB / Miami, Fl

3 / 97 Dorian Thompson-Robinson / QB / UCLA

4 / 118 Cameron Latu / TE / Alabama

5 / 150 Asim Richards / OL / North Carolina

6 / 193 Anfernee Orji / LB / Vanderbilt

6 / 215 CJ Johnson / WR / East Carolina

7 / 233 Adam Korsak / P / Rutgers


Schmitz, SNS’ #1 ranked IOL, should solidify the inside of the offensive line in DC for the foreseeable future. Stevenson is big, physical, and strong CB. DTR is experienced and has the necessary skill set to compete for the starting job in the future. Latu is a quick and athletic TE who excels as an intermediate receiving threat. Richards played OLT at North Carolina but his skills seem better suited inside. Orji is a productive player in coverage and run support. Johnson is a big, physical WR with reliable hands. Korsak is an over-aged Australian-borne punter who excels at coffin corner kicks.



NY Giants

Total picks – 10

1 / 25 Jaxon Smith-Njigba / WR / Ohio State

2 / 57 Keeanu Benton / DT / Wisconsin

3 / 89 Riley Moss / CB / Iowa

4 / 128 Jordan Battle / S / Alabama

5 / 160 Jaxson Kirkland / OL / Washington

5 / 172 Jake Moody / K / Michigan

6 / 209 Mike Morris / Edge / Michigan

7 / 240 Mohamed Ibrahim / RB / Minnesota

7 / 243 Garrett Williams / CB / Syracuse

7 / 254 Jonathan Mingo / WR / Mississippi


JSN is smooth, sure handed, and explosive with the ball in space. Benton adds quickness, burst, and versatility to line up anywhere on the defensive line. Moss has sticky hands and coverage skills. Battle has good size and is a physical presence in the run defense. Kirkland has experience at tackle and guard and offers versatility on the line. Moody has a reliable leg from 55 yards and in. Morris is a power rusher who holds the edge well in the running game. Ibrahim is pound-for-pound the toughest RB in this draft. Williams can line up out wide or in the slot. Mingo offers a huge catch radius and is a dangerous red zone target.



Dallas

Total picks – 7

1 / 26 O’Cyrus Torrence / IOL / Florida

2 / 58 Luke Musgrave / TE / Oregon State

3 / 90 Sean Tucker / RB / Syracuse

4 / 129 PJ Mustipher / DT / Penn State

5 / 176 Christopher Smith / S / Georgia

6 / 212 Cameron Mitchell / CB / Northwestern

7 / 244 Rakim Jarrett / WR / Maryland


Torrence has the size and nastiness to dominate on the inside. Musgrave is a fantastic athlete and is a mismatch nightmare in space. Tucker has great run instincts and blazing deep speed. Mustipher excels as a run stuffer but offers little as a pass rusher. Smith is smart, instinctive, and assignment responsible. Mitchell is smooth and shows promise as a man coverage CB. Jarrett is quick and should excel out of the slot.



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