Felger & Mazz

Felger & Mazz

Felger & Mazz

The 2024 NFL Draft has come to an end and the Felger and Mazz “Big Baord” was correct twice! Here’s a look back at the successful hits of Layden Robinson and Jaheim Bell!

Jaheim Bell

Florida State tight end Jaheim Bell runs after the catch. Credit: Florida State Athletics

But before this year’s selections, here’s a look at who the Big Board has hit on in the past! 

Jake Bequette – Defensive End – Arkansas – 2012 NFL Draft – 3rd round 90th overall 

Aaron Dobson – Wide Receiver – Marshall – 2013 NFL Draft – 2nd round 59th overall 

Jimmy Garoppolo – Quarterback – Eastern Illinois – 2014 NFL Draft- 2nd round 62nd overall 

Trey Flowers – Defensive End – Arkansas – 2014 NFL Draft – 4th round 101st overall

Cyrus Jones – Cornerback & Special Teams – Alabama – 2016 NFL Draft – 2nd round 60th overall 

Jacoby Brissett – Quarterback – North Carolina State – 2016 NFL Draft – 3rd round 91st overall 

Aug 19, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; New England Patriots offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn (76) walks off the field against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Wynn didn’t practice for two weeks, so the Patriots probably didn’t really want to put him on the field outside of an emergency situation. They tried him briefly at left tackle, but ultimately put Justin Herron back in after Wynn allowed a sack to Randy Gregory. Simply put, Wynn has had a bad season. He couldn’t have been expected to bring much to the table on Sunday, but that’s his own fault after landing on COVID reserve.

Isaiah Wynn – Offensive Lineman – Alabama – 2018 NFL Draft – 1st round 23rd overall (shown above)

N’Keal Harry – Wide Receiver – Arizona State University – 2019 NFL Draft – 1st round 32nd overall 

JoeJuan Williams – Cornerback – Vanderbilt – 2019 NFL Draft – 2nd round 45th overall 

Christian Barmore – Defensive Tackle – Alabama – 2021 NFL Draft – 2nd round 38th overall 

Cameron McGrone – Linebacker – Michigan – 2021 NFL Draft – 5th round 177th overall 

Cole Strange – Offensive Lineman – Chattanooga – 2022 NFL Draft – 1st round 29th overall 

Pierre Strong Jr.  – Running Back – South Dakota State University – 2022 NFL Draft – 4th round 127th overall 

Keion White – Defensive End – Georgia Tech – 2023 NFL Draft – 2nd round 46th overall 

  • Layden Robinson – Offensive Guard – 4th Round 103rd Overall

    98.5 The Sports Hub on Twitter: "The @FelgerAndMazz Big Board STRIKES AGAIN....4th Round Pick Layden Robinson@RealAlexBarth pic.twitter.com/QmjTK3bMXG / Twitter"

    The @FelgerAndMazz Big Board STRIKES AGAIN....4th Round Pick Layden Robinson@RealAlexBarth pic.twitter.com/QmjTK3bMXG

    Looking back at the strengths and weaknesses courtesy of NFL.com 

    Strengths 

    • Broadly built bully with thick limbs for ground and pound.
    • Has arm length to reach and redirect in pass pro.
    • Tremendous power in his hands to wake up pass rushers.

    Weaknesses

    • Plays with elevated pad level, muting ability to seal the block.
    • Gets too hurried fitting blocks and loses proper positioning.
    • Could use better attention to detail with hand placement as run blocker
  • Jaheim Bell – Tight End – 7th Round 231st Overall

    Alex Barth on Twitter: "The @FelgerAndMazz Big Board Jaheim Bell hit pic.twitter.com/7cFpMC7uPn / Twitter"

    The @FelgerAndMazz Big Board Jaheim Bell hit pic.twitter.com/7cFpMC7uPn

    Looking back at the strengths and weaknesses courtesy of NFL.com

    Strengths 

    • Runs well to stretch the field both before and after the catch.
    • Toughness to finish contested catches in the middle of the field.
    • Able to create first downs out of catch-and-run throws in heavy traffic.

    Weaknesses

    • Hip tightness shows up in route running and stride length in open field.
    • Turns to quarterback and gears down rather than finishing routes at times.
    • Struggles with instincts and feel as a run blocker.

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