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Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay both discussed first mock drafts this week, with Kiper naming Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson as his top prospect followed by Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux.

McShay responded to Kiper by throwing in Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal as a dark horse No. 1 pick. Per SDS:
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“Jacksonville desperately needs an offensive lineman,” McShay said. “Evan Neal from Alabama could fit that bill. He could step in right away. Three-year starter, he’s played at guard, both tackle positions. He’s a monster of a man.

“But I get it. The best two players in this draft are Aidan Hutchinson and Kayvon Thibodeaux. And they’re both defensive ends, and those are outside of quarterback arguably the most important position on the field right now in the NFL, getting after those quarterbacks.”
Thoughts?
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They’ll take Kayvon and continue to suck balls because one DE isn’t going to turn that shithole of a franchise around.
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They need a whole team of players at every position including a qb. Whoever Jax got now is horrible, coaches are just as bad. Fire them all
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As you can see from the Bengals-titans game Jonah Williams sucks
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This would not be a dark horse pick at all. Not sure who called it that.
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Jonah Williams? That guy fricking sucks
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Jonah is a solid LT and the best offensive lineman on the Bengals.
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“Best offensive lineman on the Bengals” isn’t saying much!!!
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ESPN must be ran by women, bc they sure are good at creating fake storylines.
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Not a lot of Bama o-lineman end up doing anything, Jedrick Willis and Ryan Clark are the only ones I can think of
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You're ignorant. Google it then go back under your rock and stay there.
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Who guards your boy Burrow's blind side?
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Arguably one of the greatest OGs ever in the NFL was a Bama player, so there is that
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