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Apex Fundamentals (Becoming a more consistent well rounded player)
I started making videos for a close friend of mine. We were both trying to get better with minimal playtime. His interest in my play-style, thoughts and theories is what inspired this. It seems this information could help others too. Mainly those who struggle and lose confidence after each unsuccessful run or simply when “Shit hits the fan”.
If this helps you, I'm glad. I'm no pro so don't expect anything crazy here. My mechanical skill is basic at best, If you’re looking to improve something like your aim, I recommend “Kovaak’s Aim Trainer”.
Twitch - Since I have more time and a growing following. I'll be doing some theory crafting live too.
The point of this document is to simplify your decision making to very simple, but effective train of thought in the heat of combat. Hopefully preventing or lessening bad decisions, due to being under pressure. This isn’t about becoming a master of anything specific. Such as the character you use, or mastering your favourite map. If anything it’s about becoming a master of “basic fundamental” play. Which in my opinion is what all struggling players lack... Fundamentals.
Below you will find a series of examples videos, showing in game what some of these tips look like in a match. Along side these clips I'll do my best to provide commentary to make things easier to digest. Forgive me as the footage is very basic. The point of these aren’t to make cool engaging content. It’s purely for me to communicate my thoughts, and show ingame examples of what I have written in this thread. This is about sharing knowledge and ideas.
My question was “So what do fundamentals in Apex look like?” To find and understand the answer to this, I decided to take a look into the most common attributes of Apex Legends. Specifically thinking... ”In an average game, what often happens and what can I do to beat it?”
Below I have tried to share what I believe are some serious factors to think about. I fear that the better I become, the harder it’ll be to provide first hand footage. I say this because, I‘ve noticed myself ironing out these habits pretty fast. Showing the solution is way less effective, than highlighting the mistakes in my opinion. In general I'll try to show my mistakes before hand, so the solution clips make more sense.
Common Mistakes / Bad Habits
Mistake 01: Taking unnecessary damage in shootouts Video Example
The most common times this happens is when you:
- Decide to return fire when being shot upon. (Return Fire)
- Shoot at an enemy, and proceed to shoot once they react and shoot back. (Trade Fire)
- Challenge an opponent. Basically when you do not “choose” to back down from a fight.
Mistake 02: Missed Opportunities Video Example
Not knowing when the most safe and effective time to attack or push is during combat. If you find that in most of your games, you’re the last man standing before you even get to fire a shot. It’s probably safe to say, you’re missing a lot of opportunities to fight back that your teammates create.
Solution: Pay close attention to your enemy and team. Fire back while the enemy is focused on another target. Immediately take cover when you’re the focus when possible.
Mistake 03: Dangerous Looting
This common mistake often happens when you first drop with enemies nearby. Often picking up everything you see in hopes that you’re comfortable before any engagement happens.
Solution: Upon dropping prioritise these 3 objectives.
- A Weapon.
- Grouping with your team.
General Combat Knowledge
Baiting And Switching (With Randoms)
This is simply you taking advantage of what we covered above, but being hyper sensitive and vigilant about it. If you’re lucky enough to have experienced teammates, you’ll end up creating what I’m going to call a “Bait and Switch Vortex”.
This method of combat seems to be ideal, especially when you’re not too confident in making advanced plays. The two key attributes you will need to excel with this fundamental are AWARENESS and PATIENCE.
- Team Positions and Actions
- Enemy positions and Actions
- Shots fired.
- Being able to take cover when fired at.
- Observing and waiting for shots to be fired.
- Playing close attention to the Activity or inactivity of your teammates and the enemy.
If you get rushed down constantly, I’d say you’re probably in a positions where your team couldn’t return fire while the enemy focuses on killing you. This goes back to being aware of your teammates throughout this ordeal.
Video examples coiming soon~! (However you will see examples of this in the other videos since all of this is related)
Your teammates often do not communicate what they plan to do, often they probably don’t even know since we play with intuition and feeling. It takes a mere second for them to shoot then run away from the fight, leaving you free to be rushed down. It is your job to be aware and notice their behaviour in a fight.
Understanding Crosshair Placement
When it comes to your aim/accuracy believe me when I say “Tracking isn’t everything”. It’s in our nature to want to land every single bullet. Often we end up moving our crosshair trying to match the target’s movements as close as possible ending up with a total mess. I suffer from this too. However! In some very familiar scenarios which used to haunt me, I’m able to execute a different approach.
Firstly imho... We are dealing with a lot of relatively slow projectile speeds. To account for this, we’re going to attempt in increasing our success rate with focused intuition and educated guesswork.
Common Scenario: At Mid toLong range distance, an opponent strafes in and out near cover, peek shooting but never fully going behind that cover. Trying to track his movements left and right, you’re most likely going to miss most of these shots due to projectile mechanics. (This is just scenario, not every situation)
Solution: Pinpoint a spot or a general area your target is strafing in and out of. Keep this area tight! Then fire your shots there. Effectiveness is increased the more you understand what your opponent’s strafe pattern or intention is. This concept may be easier to understand if you imagine trying to shoot a strafing target through a door or window. This is also applicable when the target is strafing at a distance without any cover.
- Example 01 - w/Commentary
- Example 02 w/Commentary ( This example showcases quick close range versions)
Extra Info: Everyone can apply this, it’s more about knowing “when” to apply it. This does have its uses even at very close distances. However it’s main purpose is when you’re dealing with longer ranged targets... Composure is your friend.
General Aiming: Habits
Here I'm going to share basic ideas of what I believe is the cause of some bad aiming habits. Also what we can do to improve it.
Here's a clip of what I'm trying to eliminate. Example.
After doing a simple exercise routine for only 5 - 10mins before I play, I noticed some significant improvements. Example 01 - Example 02
There are many factors I believe that makes a player shake his aim when trying to track a target. Though I'm not 100% sure, here is what I believe happens to me:
- I'm subconsciously trying to control the recoil, or rather subconsciously reacting to it.
- I’m also trying to track the movements of my opponent.
Solution: Get used to the feeling of controlling the recoil, both mentally and physically. To do this follow this simple exercise. "Must Watch"
- Focus on applying no more than the gentle motions you’ve, accustomed yourself to in the firing range. (This is not about learning recoil patterns. Rather taming your behaviour to them.)
- Track the movements of your target as you normally would.
Here's footage of me doing this. Example
Positioning During Combat - WiP -
Being able to understand position comes down to your ability of analysing any current situation and your “options”.
Think of it this way. A good position should typically consist of these factors:
- A view of the target
- Environmental Cover
- Retreat options
A great way to “Check” an opponent is to place yourself in a position where they fight on your terms only. Though this is not always possible, in some cases you can seize control very convincingly if you’re quick enough to notice the opportunity.
Understanding The Flow Of Combat
In other words, respect for the game. Almost always whenever you engage with the enemy, the only way to successfully win that particular engagement, all depends on the mistakes "they" make. You’re constantly looking for opportunities to punish, and throughout the game you are also being punished for your own mistakes. The moment you “lose yourself”, you increase your chances of self destruction.
The example clips below are all from the same match. It’ll showcase my efforts to understand the current situation during the match. Also while using voice chat to relay my actions and concerns over the mic. (I was never sure if they could hear or understand me, however they played very well.) In the last clip, notice how I “Over Peek'' and "challenge". This essentially ended up losing us the game. I in a sense “lost myself” due to the pressure. To which the Apex gods looked down upon thee and punished thy nonsense! This is common to Apex and won’t be changing anytime soon. If you start to understand this and work towards gaining discipline and composure, my best guess is it will start paying off immensely.
- Example 01
- Example 02 - (Irrelevant) Horror Story This Blunder happened during the match.. Scary Stuff.
- Example 03
If evenly matched or very close in skill level, your ability to stay alive, be patient and play accordingly in a stalemate, is probably going to be your biggest asset the higher your level of games become. Punishing opponents will become second nature. Focus on your fundamentals. You wont be able to improve if you play too safe/passive. Like anything in life you will have to take action. Experience will turn into performance. This will take a lot of practice.
In the clip below, watch it and try to notice where the basic fundamentals are used. Focus on all players, me, my team and also the opponents. By now the basics should be easier to digest.
Putting it All Together (Damage/Action Over Healing)
Now this one isn’t easy, it’ll rely heavily on your mechanical skill AND very heavily on how well you can avoid incoming damage. The entirety of your understanding regarding the fundamentals will be tested to your absolute fullest, and will probably have you more focused on the game than your RP or stats.
- Avoiding Damage to your absolute best potential.
- Being “Hyper Sensitive” to your teammates actions.
- Capitalising on as many opportunities as possible.
- Understanding “Moments of Rest”.
Moments of Rest - How many times have we been downed while healing? How many times have you shot a player who’s healing? Plenty right? Join the club.
Well this topic has a bit of ambiguity sprinkled all over it. Whether you should heal to have the upper hand, vs being ready to shoot all depends on… You guessed it. Your opponents and enemy’s actions. Breaking the habit of healing is a tough one, as having more health, seems to generally be the smarter and safer play. Or is it? Ultimately the decision whether or not you should heal, will all depend on your judgment. But through trial and error, we should be able to get a decent understanding of the dos and don'ts.
Example 01 - w/Commentary
Example 02 - w/Commentary
If your actions begin to feel more mathematical or calculated… Congratulations! You’re most likely building a great understanding of all of this and are already able to be a consistent contender in most of your matches.
Extra Notes: At times there will be moments of “inevitable death”, either of you or your opponent. I believe your main goal should be, to have as much health as possible before this moment is apparent. Your job is to play in a way that will gain the advantage before these moments are created. Lessening the risk and gamble factor of going into fights evenly matched. This will require a great understanding of how and when to fight, throughout the entirety of your match. Again… this one is tough.
The 4 Major Phases (In Order)
~ Understand the phases and learn how to identify them, I cannot stress this enough. ~
Below I have attempted to simplify a way of understanding the complexities of what goes on, in a match of Apex Legends. Please watch the videos as they complement this segment very well. The whole point of breaking down your endevours into phases, allows you easily pinpoint where these vital moments are. Thus giving you greater understanding on how to approach the situation.
Phase 01 : At Ease
This is simply when you’re holding a position, or moving without any signs of an immediate threat. In this phase you typically only need to be alert. How you react to things will determine how fast you move through the phases.
- Example 01 Pretty clear right...
To threaten or receive a threat from another party. Moments of rest and other somewhat relaxing forms of engagement will happen here. It is very possible for these phases to fluctuate in a back and forth manner. This one can be very ambiguous and subtle. Whether shots are being fired or not, it can be more of an imposition than a battle. Gaining a kill or knock in this phase is very lucky. Understanding the difference between Phase 02 & 03 is essential.
- Example 01 - w/Commentary
- Example 02 - w/Commentary
- Example 03 - w/Commentary (Phase 2 to 3 Transition)
- Example 04 - w/Commentary (Phase 2 to 3 Transition)
- Example 05 - w/Commentary (Phase 2 to 3 Transition)
This is when more sincere attempts are made, to inflict damage and gain the advantage in some shape or form. This is where conserving your health will matter the most, as you may not get that divine “Moment of Rest” until the “Finale” is over. It is also very possible to obtain knocks and kills in this phase. Pay close attention to your teammates as it is very common for these phases to happen individually between members of your squad. This comes back to the “Missed Opportunities” topic. Understand the difference between Phase 03 & 04. The fight can feel so intense and personal yet still not be a Phase 04 situation. Focus on Avoiding Unnecessary Damage here the most!
A “Moment Of Rest” can happen during Phase 03. Nothing is stopping you from healing during a battle, just be aware that doing so may not be the best option for those who might be in a very intense Phase 03 or entering Phase 04. Damage Over Healing is often the preferred option.
- Example 01 - w/Commentary
- Example 02 - w/Commentary
- Example 03 - w/Commentary (Phase 3 to 1 Transition)
- Example 04 - w/Commentary (Phase 3 to 4 Transition)
- Example 05 - w/Commentary (Phase 3 to 4 Transition)
- Example 06 - w/Commentary (Phase 3 to 4 Transition)
This is when you force, or are forced to fight to the death. Your options will be significantly limited. Phase 03 is where you have the most opportunity, to gain the advantage leading to this moment. There is no need to enter Phase 04 in a hurry every time you see a team or even deal some significant damage. Try to have a plausable reason to do so.
If you’re Soloing ranked, be aware that you will often not have the privilege of deciding what Phases your team will enter and when. It is more your job to understand what phases are taking place between whom and where. Playing fundamentally perfect will not guarantee you a good game, high kills or high damage. What it will guarantee is consistency and overall understanding. Which you can then use to further develop your own playstyle. There are simply too many variables in a game like Apex Legends, especially if you’re Solo Queuing.
When to Break Fundamentals / Making plays
As you get better, more confident and built some strong familiarisation with situations, you’ll be more equip to bend or break these fundamentals due to other factors. Luckily there is a safeway to practice this by understanding the risk/reward involved.
The most basic of plays would be to aggressively charge an opponent, disregarding everything written above because the odds are in your favor such as, they’re the last member alive and your team is only a second away.
Whatever it may be, your comfort will be determined by how high the “Risk Factor” is. If failing a play means your team gets eliminated, well you’re going to feel some serious stress. Breaking fundamentals will come naturally as you improve as a player. Understanding your fundamentals will naturally increase your gamesense and understanding regarding this topic.
Self Analysis and Theory Crafting
In this section to show you how I go about analysing my experience in apex legends. With the NVIDIA GeForce App, I can effortlessly save the last 3 mins of my screen time with a simple click of a button.
After each death or encounter, I can simply tap this button and have it ready for viewing after the match. It’s always good to review a clip right after the game. Simply because you will have a much easier time recalling your thoughts and emotion on the matter, rather than if you did it after a series of games or a completely different day.
Hopefully this will shed some light on the reality of what learning and analysing looks like. This is important because you may be on the right track already, but if you base it all upon your K/D or win ratio, you’ll end up missing the point and probably feeling frustrated. The more mistakes you make, the more opportunities there are for improvement. You’ll have to be your own support, allow yourself to fail and also encourage creativity. Ideas and theories are good, keep them! What might not work now may become your only option in the future. Think of your process as creating ideas, not rules. If some of these ideas happen to work consistently, then you can consider making it a rule.
Feel free to create your own terminology. An easy way for you to self talk while you’re playing can be a powerful tool, to help free you from tunnel vision.
This might be the most important part of this thread. As it will assist you in helping yourself and ultimately build your confidence as a player in the long run.
All vids will be kept on YouTube in this playlist. Feel free to access at your own leisure.
Getting Better Slowly (Youtube Playlist)
Spot the Fundamentals.
Become a great observer! Go off and watch games of your favourite players. Try to point out where some of these fundamentals are used and why. Regardless of skill, you'll see they often apply these fundamentals. Especially in those competitive tournaments. Feel free to use the clips below.
Spot The Fundamentals Playlist
Don't just watch them, analyse and point out where I did and did not apply the fundamentals. This actually a great way to practice.
~ I just want to clarify. This is not a "How to win guide". It's simply to help build good habits. ~
Please Read : If you guys are interested in practicing this stuff with me, feel free to add me on Origin "EtroHxH". Please don't add me if your rank is important to you. It might sound crazy but I don't care for it. I just like playing ranked for the competition. Climbing and dropping in RP doesn't bother me at all. That being said, if you dont mind losing and practicing is also your priority, please add me.
Due to the restrictions in ranked I will have my current rank here : Platinum EU
Note: I'll be updating (editing) this post as time goes on. Be sure to save/bookmark this page if you're interested. I write most of this on my phone on my way home from work, so if there are any mistakes or typos, it may be 24hrs or longer before I fix! At best I get to play for about 2 hours here and there. I always and only play ranked lol. However working on this "guide" has motivated me to play more. So who knows how much this shall grow. Feel free to message me here or DM I'll do my best to respond. I'm just like you, I'm not an amazing player so if I can find "some" success, so can you.
Last Update/Edit (5 Recent Edits):
- *Added "*The 4 Major Phases" (A must read!) 26 Nov 20
- Removed "Training Regime" 26 Nov 20
- *Added "*Shaky Aim" 22 Nov 20
- Added "Training Regime & Added Clips" 18 Nov 20
- *Added "*Understanding The Flow Of Combat" - Added Videos. Edited the "Fundamentals" Section under "Introduction". 14 Nov 20
3-Round NFL Mock 3.0
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1) New York Jets - QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
I'm not going to spend much time explaining this one. We all get it. He's elite, the Jets are not. Unless he actually threatens to pull something to avoid it, he'll go #1 to NYC.
TRADE - The Jaguars pull a trade similar to Chicago's in 2017 to secure Trubisky, moving up a single slot to prevent the Giants from sending this pick to a QB-needy team in exchange for their 4th rounder this year and a 2022 4th round selection as well, similar to the Bears-49ers trade.
2) Jacksonville Jaguars - QB Justin Fields, Ohio State
If the Jags don't pull the trigger here, I probably would've had another team do so, as Fields is an incredibly good QB prospect, one who probably would be getting more hype if he was overshadowed by Lawrence at the top. Either way, Jacksonville lands their franchise QB.
3) New York Giants - OT Penei Sewell, Oregon
After letting the Jaguars hope up a bit, the Giants still get their guy in Sewell. Even with Solder coming back next season after opting out of 2020, the Giants still don't have much excuse to pass on Sewell, one of the best left tackle prospects out of college recently.
4) Miami Dolphins (via HOU) - LB Micah Parsons, Penn State
Such a shame for Houston the way things have unfolded with their management and coaching and such, but Miami will be elated to take full advantage, adding the dynamic Micah Parsons to a growing collection of young talent.
TRADE - The New England Patriots make the leap from pick #11 all the way up to #5. They send their 2022 1st round pick and one of their 4th round compensatory picks in 2021 to the Vikings in exchange for their selection here.
5) New England Patriots - QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham have combined to throw 3 touchdown passes against 10 interceptions. And given Cam's regression recently and poor injury history, the Patriots really don't have any future player at QB unless Stidham can turn the tide on 2020. Thus, they make the jump up to 5 to take the uber-athletic Lance, who posses some risk, but also incredible upside as a QB.
6) Cincinnati Bengals - G Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
I don't like Davis this high, even if I agree with some that he's one of the best guards prospects recently. But without a trade that makes sense here, Cincinnati may have to just take the best offensive lineman, even if it is a slight reach. At a minimum, they can feel confident locking down a guard spot in front of Burrow with a very talented player for the next 5 years at least.
7) Atlanta Falcons - EDGE Gregory Rousseau, Miami
Atlanta could use a pass rusher, and while we don't get to see Rousseau lining up in 2020, he's still the biggest upside out of any pass rusher in this class. Thus, he slides in here at seven for whomever the Falcons tap to replace Dan Quinn.
8) Dallas Cowboys - CB Tyson Campbell, Georgia
I may be in the minority here, but from what I've seen so far, Campbell has overtaken Surtain as CB1 for me, and Dallas could use a lockdown guy here. Their secondary has been problematic at multiple spots, but this is a good start for the Boys.
9) Washington Football Team - WR Ja'Marr Chase, LSU
While I still can't decide whether I like or hate "Football Team", I do know that I love Ja'Marr Chase, and the Football Team probably would as well, given their lack of options at wide receiver. Like Rousseau, it's sad to not see him in action, but it makes the anticipation for 2021 so much greater.
10) Los Angeles Chargers - OT Jalen Mayfield, Michigan
It may have only been one game this year, but Mayfield looked significantly stronger and better than he did in 2019, and he was already a good player then. He was a huge reason why Michigan had so much success running the ball against Minnesota, and he'll help Justin Herbert put up big numbers as well. Great athlete, can play left side or right side.
11) Minnesota Vikings - G Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
Leatherwood may currently play left tackle in Tuscaloosa, but his best fit at the next level is on the interior, a spot that Minnesota desperately needs to improve. He's powerful and versatile, and helps th Vikings continue building their OL alongside Garrett Bradbury, Ezra Cleveland and Brian O'Neil.
12) Denver Broncos - CB Patrick Surtain, Alabama
Denver is hard to peg here, and similar to the Bengals, I'd love to find a trade down for them, but there doesn't seem to be a clean match to do so. So, Denver sits pat and takes an elite cornerback to plug into their defense.
13) Carolina Panthers - OT Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State
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14) Miami Dolphins - WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
Even with the ankle injury, I still like Waddle a little bit better than his partner in crimson tide (get it?), DeVonta Smith, though I suppose bringing either one of them to Miami to join forces with Tua makes plenty of sense here.
TRADE - The Jets pull off a big one here, sending their first rounder from Seattle (1.29), their 3rd rounder from Seattle (3.93), a 2022 4th and LB Avery Williamson to the Raiders for their pick here at 15.
15) New York Jets - WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama
Hoping over the Detroit Lions, who also need a wide receiver, the Jets put together a package to add some firepower to their offense, which would greatly benefit their new franchise QB, Trevor Lawrence. Smith's route running is lethal, and he's had several big games this season to solidify his stock.
TRADE: The Colts hop in front of the Saints and 49ers here, both teams that may be in the QB (though no guarantee, especially with SF) to secure their guy. They send their 3rd round pick (3.84) to Detroit to make it happen. Detroit is willing to move down after missing out on the Alabama WR's.
16) Indianapolis Colts - QB Zach Wilson, BYU
The Colts have a very talented roster, however, veteran QB Philip Rivers has been more underwhelming than anticipated. Unless Jacoby Brissett or Jacob Eason really step up here, the Colts could very easily be looking for a playmaking QB like Wilson to make them competitive before the big extensions start setting in for their guys.
17) San Francisco 49ers - C Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
The 49ers have seen some injuries plague their center depth chart, with both Weston Richburg and Ben Garland being out for extended periods of time. Given that neither are very young, and Richburg has injuries and concussions before, perhaps the 49ers want an elite center prospect who will be a bit more durable for them? Seems like a smart idea for a run-oriented offensive attack.
18) New Orleans Saints - CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech
I don't really like Trask enough to send him to the Saints outright at 18, even if Drew Brees does retire. Perhaps hanging onto Jameis Winston for a season while adding a high potential cornerback like Farley could give them a bit of time to find a long-term solution at the position.
19) Philadelphia Eagles - WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota
Eagles fans are insistent that they won't take a linebacker, even if it is their weakest position. Respecting that, we'll give them Bateman, an elite wide receiver who has been guided by former NFL WR P.J. Fleck in Minnesota so far.
20) Detroit Lions - EDGE Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh
Since the arrival of Matt Patricia, Detroit's pass rush has been non-existent. The recent acquisition of DE Everson Griffen suggests that Patricia may finally be realizing he needs some more dudes who can rush the QB, and few have been as good as Jones this season.
21) Cleveland Browns - EDGE Quincy Roche, Arizona
Similar to the Eagles fans, Browns fans have filled the mentions that Andrew Berry wouldn't ever pick a LB this highly, so elsewhere we look. A very polished rusher with excellent get-off, Roche can easily step in and replace Olivier Vernon opposite of Myles Garrett for the Browns.
22) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - EDGE Kwity Paye, Michigan
Paye is an exceptional athlete, and letting Todd Bowles mold him across from Shaq Barrett could turn him into the devastating pass rusher he could become.
23) Jacksonville Jaguars - DT Christian Barmore, Alabama
The Jaguars take the best player on the board here in Barmore. After seeing their defensive line run over multiple times this season while getting no interior pressure, a guy like Barmore could be a big help for the Jaguars, giving them the foundations of a dominant defense, like the one that propelled them to the AFC Championship Game a few years ago.
24) Buffalo Bills - RB Najee Harris, Alabama
The Bills may have found some decent value with Singletary (third-round in 2019), however, he ranks just 30th in yards this season, and only one rushing touchdown on the year. Thus, the Bills add a big piece in Harris, who has lit up the SEC this season. At this point, I think Harris is at least at the same level that fellow Alabama RB Josh Jacobs was and could even be better.
25) Chicago Bears - OT Rashawn Slater, Northwestern
Perhaps if the Bears liked either of Trask or Jones here, they could pull the trigger on a new QB. However, that would seem unwise, given the danger they'd be in with such a shaky offensive line in front of them. Slater may be a bit short, but he's a first-round caliber offensive tackle.
26) Arizona Cardinals - C Josh Myers, Ohio State
Arizona adds a key piece to their offensive line with Myers, who has been a big part of the high-powered offenses that Ryan Day has put together in Columbus. Now snapping to Kyler Murray, this duo could help Kliff Kingsbury put up similarly strong results at the next level.
27) Baltimore Ravens - G Trey Smith, Tennessee
Perhaps the Ravens could also be tempted by a pass rusher, but I'm not sure Carlos Basham (who I'd have as the next best here) really fits their style. Instead, they turn to the offensive line, and add perhaps the best interior lineman in the SEC to their offense.
TRADE: Washington moves back into the first-round, swapping picks with the Titans. WFT sends 2.40 along with 3.81 and a 2022 3rd rounder to secure a fifth-year option on their pick here.
28) Washington Football Team - QB Kyle Trask, Florida
Trask seems to be an ideal fit with the mentality of a Ron Rivera team. Tough, gritty, hard-working, Trask was not a flashy 5* recruit, but stuck it out at Florida and climbed his way to the top. He's been exceptional this season so far, and gives Washington the QB they need.
29) Las Vegas Raiders - DT Marvin Wilson, Florida State
Both Maliek Collins and Johnathan Hankins are in the final years of their contracts in Vegas, which could bring Jon Gruden to look at a powerful replacement like Wilson. While not as consistent as the year before, Wilson showed in FSU's upset over highly-ranked UNC how dominant he could be for a team like Las Vegas.
30) Kansas City Chiefs - CB Shaun Wade, Ohio State
The Chiefs take arguably the top player on the board in Wade, a versatile cornerback who has excelled both outside and inside at Columbus. Defensive Coordinator Kerry Coombs is excellent with DB's, and OSU has had an outstanding run of cornerbacks lately. He gives KC some help on defense.
31) Green Bay Packers - DT Jay Tufele, USC
Tufele is another one of those dudes that we won't get to see in 2020, but he still finds a nice home in Green Bay, where they could run a run-stuffing DT like him to improve their Super Bowl chances while Aaron Rodgers is still going strong.
32) Pittsburgh Steelers - OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech
While most would expect Clemson's LT Carman to fill this spot, I think Darrisaw has played much better than Carman (who still has been good). Virginia Tech has seen some fantastic offensive outputs so far and much of that is in part to the play of guys like Darrisaw. He'll be a nice piece for the Steelers.
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33) New York Jets - OT Jackson Carman, Clemson
The Jets found a really good OT in Mekhi Becton, and so they return to the ACC to help find another one in Carman, who could also bump inside to guard easily enough if needed.
34) Jacksonville Jaguars - S Jevon Holland, Oregon
After trading S Ronnie Harrison to the Browns, the Jaguars add a playmaking safety to fill the void there. Holland has made some incredible plays at Oregon and can do so in Jacksonville as well.
35) Miami Dolphins - RB Travis Etienne, Clemson
Two of the first three picks this round from Clemson, Etienne is one of the most explosive backs in the nation and has become a weapon out of the backfield, which Tua ought to enjoy.
36) New York Giants - EDGE Hamilcar Rashed Jr., Oregon State
A tough edge who put on a show last season, the Giants could really use some pass-rushing help, especially after trading Markus Golden to the Cardinals.
37) Jacksonville Jaguars - TE Kyle Pitts, Florida
I'm not as high on one-dimensional tight ends as much as others, but this would be excellent value here for Jacksonville, getting a player many believe could go much higher.
38) Cincinnati Bengals - EDGE Carlos Basham, Wake Forest
Replacing one Carlos with another. Basham gives the Bengals a major piece to their defense, capable of sealing off the edge and putting pressure on QB's.
39) Atlanta Falcons - CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
With NFL bloodlines, great physical play at the line, and athleticism to match up, Horn has all the tools to be an excellent CB partner with A.J. Terrell.
40) Tennessee Titans - EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
One of the breakout players of 2020 so far, Ojulari has put a lot of good tape out there. After moving out of the first round entirely, the Titans add their pass rushing help at good value.
41) Dallas Cowboys - S Trevon Moehrig, TCU
Like I said earlier, Dallas could use a couple of pieces to their secondary, and a well-built safety like Moehrig keeps an elite Texas player in state where he's needed.
42) New England Patriots - WR Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU
After picking up their new franchise QB in the first round, the Patriots get Trey Lance some much help on the outside in Marshall, a talented WR with the ability to win contested balls.
43) Denver Broncos - OT Walker Little, Stanford
After declining Garrett Bolles fifth-year option, and a handful of different players taking turns at RT, the Broncos could use a quality offensive tackle like Little here.
44) Los Angeles Chargers - CB Derion Kendrick, Clemson
The Chargers pick up a talented cornerback here. Kendrick, originally a highly-touted wide receiver coming into Clemson has really adjusted well to corner, and will continue to do so in Los Angeles.
45) Carolina Panthers - LB Dylan Moses, Alabama
Moses slides a bit, as he hasn't looked as sharp as he did before his injury, but still good enough to land here in Carolina, filling a need for Matt Rhule.
46) Las Vegas Raiders - G Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC
The Raiders add a well-built and explosive guard to the mix. Vera-Tucker excelled in pass protection in Graham Harrell's offense, and would keep QB Derek Carr clean as he continues to play exceedingly well.
47) Detroit Lions - LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina
The Lions need to get quicker at linebacker, with really only 30-year LB Jamie Collins capable of covering tight ends or backs. That's not sustainable. Adding a quick, modern LB like Surratt is.
48) Miami Dolphins - EDGE Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan
The Dolphins add another piece to their defense with Hutchinson, a disruptive and versatile lineman who can play multiple positions inside or outside for Miami.
49) San Francisco 49ers - QB Mac Jones, Alabama
With Jimmy Garoppolo struggling a bit this season, and most of his backups set for free agency, Kyle Shanahan adds an underrated QB here in Jones to take over the show in San Fran soon enough.
50) New Orleans Saints - WR Rondale Moore, Purdue
Personally, have some concerns about Moore in the first due to his size and injury history, but the Saints should have no hesitation adding someone with his explosiveness here at 50.
51) Philadelphia Eagles - CB Marco Wilson, Florida
Only fitting that one of the Wilson brothers ends up in the city of Brotherly Love (I'm hysterical!). The Eagles get younger at cornerback with a versatile corner here.
52) Indianapolis Colts - OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame
The Colts don't have to search too far to find their replacement for Anthony Castonzo, who almost retired this offseason. They give new franchise QB Zach Wilson some protection here.
53) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DT Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh
In the same mold as smaller, quicker DT's like Aaron Donald and Ed Oliver, Twyman pairs well with Vita Vea in Tampa Bay, as the Buccaneers restock their defensive front in the first two rounds.
54) Los Angeles Rams - EDGE Jayson Oweh, Penn State
Oweh is another toolsy edge rusher who needs to fill out his pass rushing arsenal before he becomes a dominant force. But learning alongside Aaron Donald could be just the right fit.
55) Buffalo Bills - CB Elijah Molden, Washington
Few are better cover corners than Molden. The only thing really holding him back is his size at 5'11. He stills fits well into the Bills defense, which utilizes a lot of creative nickel looks.
56) Cleveland Browns - CB Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State
Similar to Molden, Samuel is an excellent coverage guy who will likely be better suited for the slot. However, fitting Samuel in between Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams could be ideal for Cleveland.
57) Arizona Cardinals - TE Pat Freiermuth, Penn State
Perhaps the best offensive player on the board, Kingsbury gets another fun piece to work into his creative offense. Freiermuth can block and catch, making him very versatile to use.
58) Chicago Bears - WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC
With some noise surrounding a potential Allen Robinson departure, the Bears may need to look at finding his replacement with a high caliber WR like St. Brown.
59) Tennessee Titans - CB Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon
A very smart and instinctive cornerback, Graham was one of the best at breaking up passes in 2019, and should fit Vrabel's defense well.
60) Baltimore Ravens - WR Nico Collins, Michigan
A big dude with great size and deep-threat ability, he'd really help QB Lamar Jackson stretch the field vertically, clearing out plenty of room for the rushing attack underneath.
61) Seattle Seahawks - EDGE Joe Tryon, Washington
Similar to the Colts and Eichenberg, sometimes the solution can be found in your own backyard, as the Seahawks grab a physically gifted pass rusher in the Huskies top edge.
62) Kansas City Chiefs - C Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame
Currently enjoying a breakout season at Notre Dame, Patterson has been exceptional this season, opening up big lanes in the run game, something for can do for Clyde Edwards-Helaire in KC as well.
63) Green Bay Packers - OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas
Not as dominant as many hoped he'd be for the Longhorns, Cosmi still has plenty of upside if he can sit for a bit and get stronger in his base, something he likely could be afforded in Green Bay.
64) Pittsburgh Steelers - DL Payton Turner, Houston
With 3 sacks in 3 games so far for the Cougars, Turner's a versatile defensive lineman, capable of competing with Alex Highsmith to replace Bud Dupree, or rotating in to keep Hayward and Tuitt fresh.
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65) New York Jets - RB Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis
With Le'Veon Bell not working out, the Jets add an excellent pass catching back to go with Lamical Perine in their new offense.
66) Houston Texans - CB Eric Stokes, Georgia
A physical cornerback, Stokes should find a home in the Texans defense regardless of who the new regime is, given their need on defense.
67) New York Giants - CB Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina
Another SEC cornerback off the board as the Giants take the 6'4 corner from South Carolina. They hope to pair him with James Bradbury.
68) Jacksonville Jaguars - CB Josh Jobe, Alabama
If Sidney Jones continues to give Jacksonville some quality work at cornerback, then this may not be needed, but if not, Jobe would be an excellent player to bring in alongside Henderson.
69) Minnesota Vikings - DT Marlon Tuipulotu, USC
With Tufele opting out of 2020, Tuipulotu will have a chance to shine as a disruptive 3-technique. If he does so, Minnesota would likely be very interested in that.
70) Cincinnati Bengals - OT Daniel Faalele, Minnesota
After grabbing a guard earlier in the draft, the Bengals add some more offensive line help, this time at tackle where Faalele's long arms will help keep rushers at bay.
71) Atlanta Falcons - WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State
Capable of working inside and outside, Wallace gives Atlanta another capable option behind Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley.
72) Dallas Cowboys - EDGE Victor Dimukeje, Duke
The Cowboys moved DE Everson Griffen already, and have several other ends set for free agency. Dimukeje has been solid for Duke this season and fills a need in Dallas.
73) Washington Football Team - LB Nick Bolton, Missouri
With a deadly defensive front already in place, things should be very easy for Nick Bolton in Washington, cleaning up tackles all over the field.
74) Denver Broncos - LB Baron Browning, Ohio State
Quality linebackers are hard to come by nowadays, and Denver doesn't pass up the opportunity to add an experienced, talented backer like Browning.
75) Los Angeles Chargers - G Deonte Brown, Alabama
After going defense in the second, the Chargers turn their attention back to the offensive line, giving QB Justin Herbert all the time he needs to hit his receivers deep.
76) New England Patriots - Forfeited because the Bengals are tattletales
77) Carolina Panthers - CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan
A speedy cornerback who excels in man coverage, Thomas should help replace CB James Bradbury, who departed for a larger contract in New York last offseason.
78) Detroit Lions - WR Chris Olave, Ohio State
With Danny Amendola headed for free agency, the Lions pick-up a slot receiver for years to come in Olave, who runs crisp routes to separate from defenders with ease.
79) Miami Dolphins - DT Tyler Shelvin, LSU
A massive run-stuffing DT, he gives the Dolphins a nice partner for Christian Wilkins on the interior of their defensive line. Great value here in round three.
80) Las Vegas Raiders - S Richard LeCounte, Georgia
My top defensive player left, this is probably a steal for the Raiders so far into the draft, landing a high quality player at a relative position of need.
81) Tennessee Titans (via WAS) - G Cade Mays, Tennessee
Rodger Saffold is getting old, and the local product in Knoxville ought to give the Titans a nice easy transition when Saffold hangs it up.
82) Cleveland Browns - LB K.J. Britt, Auburn
Finally getting to that need at inside linebacker, the Browns add an experienced leader like Britt to join their defense.
83) Philadelphia Eagles - C Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa
Similar to the Titans and Saffold, the Eagles will need to replace Jason Kelce at center here in the near future, and Linderbaum's athleticism and experience in Iowa's offense make him a great fit.
84) Detroit Lions (via IND) - DT Phidarian Mathis, Alabama
Detroit's defensive line has had some rough outings this year. Inconsistent against the run, they add a run-stuffing specialist like Mathis to solve the problem.
85) Los Angeles Rams - LB Cameron McGrone, Michigan
The Rams upgrade their linebackers with the addition of McGrone, the heir to Devin Bush at Michigan. While not the prospect Bush was, McGrone has plenty of range and can lay the wood.
86) Buffalo Bills - EDGE Shaka Toney, Penn State
Toney sports an excellent get-off, timing the snap well to beat tackles around the edge and disrupt the pocket. He gives Buffalo another edge rusher to develop with A.J. Epenesa.
87) Cleveland Browns - S Paris Ford, Pittsburgh
With Grant Delpit and Ronnie Harrison set to be the primary safety until Harrison's contract is up in 2022, Ford can fill many roles, as the third safety in nickel sets, as depth, or as a special teams ace.
88) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - OT Brady Christensen, BYU
While it's probably too late to find an OT who can step in right away and protect Brady, Christensen could possibly develop into one in a fairly short window after some excellent experience at BYU.
89) Chicago Bears - G Ben Cleveland, Georgia
After picking up tackle help earlier, the Bears another piece to their degraded offensive line. Cleveland's a powerful force on the interior.
90) Arizona Cardinals - CB Paulson Adebo, Stanford
Arizona adds to their defense after selecting offense (centetight end) in the first two rounds. Adebo is a very skilled corner with excellent athleticism to track with wideouts.
91) Minnesota Vikings - QB Jaime Newman, Georgia
Newman is flying under the radar a bit after opting out of 2020 after transferring in from Wake Forest. He was considered a potential first-rounder before that, and could develop as Kirk Cousins replacement while the Vikings rebuild their roster.
93) Las Vegas Raiders (via NYJ via SEA) - CB Kary Vincent Jr., LSU
Gruden and Mayock have a thing for dudes who played on national championship teams, and Vincent is an excellent inside cornerback with championship pedigree. With Nevin Lawson on a 1-year deal, Vincent steps in for Vegas.
94) Kansas City Chiefs - EDGE Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh
With a handful of edge rushers on expiring deals (Charlton, Tanoh, Okafor) the Chiefs add a well-developed pass rusher in Weaver to fill out the depth chart.
95) Green Bay Packers - WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina
Getting some explosiveness in the Packers WR corps would be helpful for Aaron Rodgers. Newsome gives great effort as a run blocker and is dangerous with the football.
96) Pittsburgh Steelers - C Landon Dickerson, Alabama
A big interior lineman, Dickerson transferred into Alabama from Florida State and has since become a key piece to one of the top lines in football. He gives the Steelers a ready-to-go replacement when Pouncey retires.