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BGO Mock Draft - Round 5 - 164th Overall

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Round 5 - 164 Overall

  • Khyiris Tonga - DT - BYU

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Garret Wallow - LB - TCU

    Votes: 1 12.5%
  • Keith Taylor - CB - Washington

    Votes: 5 62.5%
  • Ian Book - QB - Notre Dame

    Votes: 2 25.0%
  • Other - write in answer

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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  • Poll closed .

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*** I'll be in a plow truck tomorrow when the 4th round locks so I'm putting this up a little early ***

Welcome to the BGO Mock Draft.

Wanted to do something a little different and give everyone a VOTE! I will include a handful prospects that I've found could be around when we pick and let YOU all have a voice. I will include a highlight package from each prospect (when available) and a link to TheDraftNetwork.com and their evaluation of each player.
The order of highlights posted do not reflect my personal order of preference, it's totally random. These are also not all of my top picks, they are the common names I've seen linked to us at our pick.

I will post all the results in a sticky thread at the top of the board.

Voting for each round will be open for 3 days and then it will be LOCKED so get your vote in.

When the poll ends for a round I will post the same format for the next round as the previous pick could influence who you take next.

Let's try to keep it honest and not write in Trevor Lawrence at 19 because he wont be there.

Ties will be broken via another poll that will get merged into the existing thread once the vote is complete. Tiebreaker vote will be open for 24 hours.

For the sake of this exercise let's avoid trades because there are WAY too many possibilities there.


I will also include an 'other' vote and you can write in your choice!


Players selected are a compilation using a few different places, a lot of info coming from Pro Football Network Player Rankings and NFL Mock Draft Database that compiles a ton of big boards and mock drafts to come up with their projections.

I've also used The Draft Network's draft order with their anticipated Compensatory picks.


Round 5 - Pick 164 overall


Khyiris Tonga - DT - BYU - 6'4" - 322lb
versatile interior d-lineman
Khyiris Tonga - DT - Bio



Garret Wallow - LB - TCU - 6'1" - 220lb
Speed and size lend tendency to Will LB
Garret Wallow - LB - Bio




Keith Taylor - CB - Washington - 6'2" - 191lb
(I know I had him in the 4th but more and more I see him in the 5th so lets see)
big and long, primarily outside guy, good tackler
Keith Taylor - Bio




Ian Book - QB - Notre Dame - 6'0" - 210lb
Athletic. This is probably early but I dont think he makes it to us in the 7th.
Ian Book - Bio

 

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He would make the practice squad. Needs a lot of work with his footwork. Needs to be watching tapes of Montana, and hire a hella good coach, like Jordan Palmer, before the combine.
 

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He would make the practice squad. Needs a lot of work with his footwork. Needs to be watching tapes of Montana, and hire a hella good coach, like Jordan Palmer, before the combine.

Man I wish they were actually holding a traditional combine this year instead of just a 'virtual' one and trying to piece it together with pro days. I don't know what date his pro day is but I know Notre Dame is going to be getting a lot of attention
 

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The Washington CB, Taylor would do nicely. Unless there’s a sleeper TE to grab you can never go wrong with promising secondary possessing good size
 

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