The Big 15 still has many great options on board. The difficulty here is, who do you like in your two choices and who do you expect to be in the group between Big 15 and 18 yet.
There are many levels that eagles need. Although there is a small but very vocal team that wants to build a D3 quarterback rather than rolling with Jalan Hertz … we did not create a quarterback. Hurts is our guy in 2022 and he has a chance throughout this year to prove he’s the guy going forward. We have so many holes that need to be filled in the roster. We need to improve our WR team. We need a starting corner against Darius Slave. We also need a protection. We finally need to take LB status seriously.
At this stage of the draft, the following WRs are still available for consideration:
Garrett Wilson – Ohio State
Chris Olav – Ohio State
Jameson Williams – Alabama
Dylan Burkes – Arkansas
In Linebacker: Devin Lloyd – Utah
Corner: Andrew Booth Jr. – Clemson
In defense: Daxton Hill – Michigan and Lewis Cine – Georgia are both still alive.
So we have options, but obviously I chose Chris Ole, the reason for that is here.
I wish Hertz would win. Whether he is like him or not, winning this year is our best decision. To do this, we need to surround Him with everything we need to do that. One of the best in our O-Line League, ranked 4th by PFF. Our RBs are firm with Kenneth Gainwell and Miles Sanders. We can add a downhill racer but you can not afford the premium Big Pix. Our tight result is better because Dallas Courteur is ranked 2nd in TE according to the PFF. Our biggest weakness in crime is our broad receiver team, which ranks PFF 30th.
Outside DeVonta Smith you see Jalen Reagor, Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal, Greg Ward and Some guy who drove obstacles last week. It’s disappointing to say Rio. The rest have to fight anywhere from WR3 / 4 to the training team on any other team. We need a systematic broad receiver to connect with Smith
I like to go to safety here, but the Saints are listed as those who need WR help, the chargers often go to the left tackle. I like to pick WRs and get my favorite Defender. My preference is Andrew Booth, but it’s my co-GM at No. 18.
Why Chris Olav?
Drake London has already been selected. Williams has an injury and even though London Dickerson worked out for us, we all remember Sidney Jones. We need someone who can come and play right away. Every draft choice is risky, and adding injury makes it even more risky. Burkes are not polished like a root runner and have problems with the limited root tree and drops. Yes, you could argue for Wilson, I was torn between two Ohio State receivers, of which I would be happy, but for me Olev has been doing it for a long time. I like to go with a very firm choice, for me it is the same. More than 700 yards in a crowded WR room for 3 straight seasons, setting a record for most DTs in Ohio State history. Chris Olev was expected to enter the draft last year, but returned to Ohio for a bigger year than last year.
- 2018: 12 receptions, 197 yards, 3 touchdowns
- 2019: 49 receptions, 849 yards, 12 touchdowns
- 2020: 50 receptions, 729 yards, 7 touchdowns
- 2021: 65 receptions, 936 yards, 13 touchdowns
Chris Olev Business Highlights
He was 6 feet, 187 lb track star, 4.39 seconds 40, appeared on the field as he continued to extend defense. So he will definitely open things up to Devonta Smith and the Dallas Courts. Olav is an excellent root runner and not limited to deep balls. A combination of Smith, Olave, Goedert, Quez and or another major bodybuilder, Pascal or later draft selection would be a powerful offense. It either makes Jalan Hurts win or proves he’s not the guy.
Various comparisons to Ole include Terry McLaren, Brandin Cooks, Dean Jackson and Devonta Smith. Being in the company is not bad.
Chris Olav Integrated Interview
What Olav is tapping into is that he is not a great guy, but the most important question for us is not how tall he is, but whether he can open up openly. Another issue is that he leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to run blogging. On the other hand, to clear the defensive back, he can often be seen running at high speeds while playing. He’s definitely not a lazy player
There were a lot of options in this selection, but for better or worse in this BGN world Chris Olev is the Eagles first choice of 2022 and the New Orleans watch.
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2022 BGN Mac Draft Order
1) Jaguars (HellBentOnHurts): DE Aidan Hutchinson
2) Lions (Friendly Neighbor Philly Fan): DE Travan Walker
3) Texans (Herbalonius): OT Evan Neil
4) Jets (RightHight): OT iCom Equon
5) Giants (Brendannextrom): CB Ahmed Gardner
6) Panthers (Philistines): QB Kenny Pickett
7) Giants (Dr.MidnightGreen): DE Kayvon Thibodeaux
8) Falcons (Billy 21): QB Malik Willis
9) Seahawks (Chewing Wellington) QB Made Corel
10) Jets (tfrank9811): S. Kyle Hamilton
11) Commanders (Nekatelphia Norm): CB Derek Stingley Jr..
12) Vikings (Kepas): CB Trent McDuffie
13) Texans (Bdawk20rules): WR Drake London
14) Ravens (ablesser88): DD Jordan Davis
15) Eagles (fly like an eagle): WR Chris Olev
16) Saints (20 Safety_Danger)
17) Chargers (LBCeaglesFan!)
18) Eagles (Phoenix X Minimus)
19) Saints (Georgia_Eagle)
20) Steelers (EagleDomiNation)
21) Patriots (dominance)
22) Packers (Leo Pedio)
23) Cardinals (big dub)
24) Cowboys (joey2arms)
25) Bills (Idown Ballers 22)
26) Titans (BrianMekE03)
27) Buchananers (4133 Dave)
28) Packers (formerly known as the Mouse)
29) Leaders (Greengramba)
30) Leaders (Nick Foles’ Legend)
31) Bengal (Tedus 9)
32) Lions (Detekman 44)
The time has come to vote for the person you think you should choose next in the 2022 BGN Social Consensus Fake Draft.
Who should the eagles create at number 15?
WR Chris Olav
WR Jameson Williams
WR Trelon Berks
WR Drake London
WR Garrett Wilson
DE George Carlaoftis
DT Devonde Wyatt
CB Andrew Booth Jr.
LP Devin Lloyd
LP Nagobe Dean
C Tyler Lynderbam
QB Made Corel
A total of 1220 votes
1) Jaguars: DE Aidan Hutchinson
2) Lions: DE Cavon Thebotox
3) Texans: OT Evan Neil
4) Jets: OT iCom Equon
5) Giants: OT Charles Cross
6) Panthers: QB Malik Willis
7) Giants: CB Ahmed Gardner
8) Falcons: QB Kenny Pickett
9) Seahawks: S. Kyle Hamilton
10) Jets: DE Travan Walker
11) Commanders: CB Derek Stingley Jr..
12) Vikings: CB Trend McDuffie
13) Texans: DE Jermaine Johnson
14) Ravens: DD Jordan Davis