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3rd Mock Draft 2023 3/23/2023 2 Rounds up to pick 68th.

2023.03.24 01:09 MaceLeonardo 3rd Mock Draft 2023 3/23/2023 2 Rounds up to pick 68th.

To not exclude Broncos Fans I went to pick 67 and 68 so they would have something to at least see.
TRADES: Done using Drafttek Value Chart. I calculate the value of future picks by dividing the current round pick value in half.
Jets send 2.43(470) to Green Bay for Aaron Rodgers
I don’t see the Jets trading first for a 1-year rental when they can trade similar if not less value for Stafford. 2.43 is the best the Packers get.
Tennessee sends 1.11(1250 Points) to Seattle for 1.20(850), 2.52(380) and 4.123(49)
(29 Points in the favor of Tennessee)
Houston sends 1.12(1200) to Pittsburgh for 1.17(950), 3.80(190) and 2024 3rd(95)
(35 points in the favor of Houston)
Chargers send 1.21(800) to Jacksonville for 1.24(740) and 4.121(52) and 4.127(45)
(37 points in the favor of The Chargers)
Giants send 1.25(720) and 3.89(145) to New Orleans for 1.29(640), 3.71(235) and 5.165(24)
(35 points in the favor of New York)
1). Carolina Panthers: CJ Stroud QB Ohio State
All signs seem to be pointing to CJ being the pick for the Panthers. CJ is a smart and safe option as the number 1 QB and while he might not have the upside of a Richardson or Young, he isn't a low ceiling player either. With the Panthers CJ can carve out a great career by just doing what he does best and playing withing the system and not making mistakes.
2). Houston Texans: Bryce Young QB Alabama
My QB1 and what seems to be the Texans QB1. Young plays such a interesting game compared to his size. Young has easily the best pocket presence in the class and will come into a O-Line better than he had at Alabama with Howard and Tunsil. If the Texans continue to build the team and get the correct support around Young, they can maximize his potential and creativity with the football.
3). Arizona Cardinals: Will Anderson Jr EDGE Alabama
I think the Cardinals will entertain trade calls for 3 but unless an offer blows them away, they stand pat and take Will Anderson Jr. While future picks are enticing, getting by far the best EDGE prospect in the class who can fit any scheme and has All-Pro Potential is worth more than the picks.
4). Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Richardson QB Florida
I still can’t move away from Richardson to Indianapolis. I like Levis but Richardson has equal if not higher potential while also being 2 years younger than the Wildcat. The more I watch Richardson's tape the more you see his potential shine through. I might be in the minority, but I believe Richardson isn’t as raw as people state. He was in a terrible situation in Florida with new coaching, no receivers or TE’s and a scheme which didn’t fit him. In Indianapolis the Colts can tailor everything to AR15.
5). Seattle Seahawks: Jalen Carter IDL Georgia
He is a risky pick but with the limited true 1st round talent in this class and the lack of scheme fit with Tyree Wilson the Seahawks grab Jalen Carter. Everything has been said about Carter and his risks, but his talent is undeniable on tape. Seattle historically doesn’t draft CB’s early either, so they roll the dice on Carter and try to slow down his extracurriculars.
6). Detroit Lions: Christian Gonzalez CB Oregon
It was between Gonzalez and Wilson at 6 but I have Gonzalez as the best CB in the class and in a deep EDGE class they can pick up another rotational piece later in the draft, but you can’t pick up anybody like Gonzalez later in the class. The Lions are desperate for a true CB1, and Gonzalez gives them one with ample athleticism and coverage ability.
7.) Las Vegas Raiders: Devon Witherspoon CB Illinois
While Witherspoon doesn’t have insane size and length he makes up for it in his technique and cover ability. Witherspoon is a high floor player who will be CB1 for the Raiders the second he joins the organization. With a 35% completion percentage at Illinois Witherspoon faced tough competition and held strong throughout his career.
8). Atlanta Falcons: Tyree Wilson EDGE Texas Tech
The Falcons are adamant on giving Ridder a chance in 2023 so with the 8th pick they take Tyree Wilson. While not a great scheme fit in their base 3-4 the Falcons run a decent number of different looks where they can put Wilson into solid positions. His length is too enticing to pass up and pairing Jarrett with actual help on the line.
9). Chicago Bears: Paris Johnson Jr OT Ohio State
I still have PJJ going to the Bears but not as the LT but as the Bears RT. Investing in Fields is paramount to the Bears success after the beatings Fields has taken already in Chicago. Shifting Teven Jenkins to guard LG next to Jones and drafting both PJJ and Wypler in the 2nd gives Fields the best O-Line he has had since Ohio State.
10). Philadelphia Eagles: Lukas Van Ness EDGE Iowa
Eagles grab Lukas Van Ness EDGE from Iowa. Roseman has stated that if 2 players are similar in value they will take the lineman and they do that with Van Ness. Van Ness is a high potential athletic marvel with a great bull rush who needs to be refined to his full potential. The Eagles have no problem sitting young players and having them rotate with the vets. With Van Ness he can play opposite to Sweat in the future along with being a DT in some schemes.
11). Seattle Seahawks: Will Levis QB Kentucky
Geno changes nothing for Seattle in terms of QB. The Levis hate has swung too far to the point he is being underrated. His O-Line and WR’s at Kentucky downgraded immensely this season. Watching tape from 2021 shows what he can do with weapons and a competent O-Line. In Seattle Levis can sit behind Geno Smith similar to how Mahomes did with Alex Smith and be molded to Carrolls liking before taking over for Seattle in 2024.
12). Pittsburgh Steelers: Peter Skoronski OT/OG Northwestern
Steelers fans may hate this but if Skoronski falls out of the top 10 I think the Steelers jump up and grab the LT from Northwestern. The CB class is very deep along with the 3-4 DE class taking a premier will be hard later in the draft. Skoronski’s main downfall is his short arms but with the Steelers needing a OT to protect Pickett. Dan Moore and Okorafor compete for the RT spot for the Steelers new look O-Line.
13). New York Jets: Darnell Wright OT Tennessee
You got Aaron Rodgers which is good and now you have to protect him. With that they take the last of the premier OT prospects in Darnell Wright. Wright might be a more natural RT but his senior season at Tennessee showed him deal with multiple different high quality pass rushers. He was able to move his feet well and played with a high motor and technique needed for the position. Personally, I see Wright being able to play both on the left or right side of the line.
14). New England Patriots: Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR Ohio State
I believe Patriots fans are willing this into existence, but JSN is a Patriot, and he fits New England perfectly. While some say JSN can only truly work as a slot receiver I believe the Pats will use him in a plethora of looks be it in the slot or out wide where his elite route running, and agility will showcase why he is WR1 in the class.
15). Green Bay Packers: Nolan Smith EDGE Georgia
The Packers could very well be looking to grab a player like Quinten Johnston, but I believe they have their eyes on a high RAS defender in Nolan Smith. Smith had an incredible combine and with the Packers who want to continue building on their talented young defense they take Smith giving Rashan Gary, Devonte Wyatt and Quay Walker another quick and athletic EDGE.
16). Washington Commanders: Joey Porter Jr CB Penn State
With Washington they are lacking in the QB department and with none of the top 4 QBs falling to them the Commanders pivot and draft the best available CB in Joey Porter Jr. Porter is a uber talented CB who is physical and lanky and is a tough player for WR’s to play against. With the Commanders great D-Line they need a stud CB like JPJ to complete the defense.
17). Houston Texans: Quinten Johnston WR TCU
The Texans don’t have much talent and across the board and after trading Brandin Cooks, they are lacking a WR for new franchise QB Bryce Young. I have Johnston and Smith-Njigba rated similarly, and the Texans pick Johnston at 17th. Johnston will add another explosive weapon for a Texans offensive that desperately needs talent. Adding Johnston gives Young some weapons in Woods, Johnston, Schultz and Pierce.
18). Detroit Lions: Bijan Robinson RB Texas
The Lions at 18 go BPA and take what some people have as the best player in the class over Anderson and Carter. Bijan is one of the best RB prospects the NFL has seen with his vision and running ability. In Detroit he will be behind an elite O-Line with solid QB play. With the Lions Bijan will immediately enter the league as a top 5 RB and a touchdown machine.
19). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Broderick Jones OT Georgia
The Bucs stand firm and get Broderick Jones out of Georgia. Jones fills an immediate need as TB has no LT for Trask or Mayfield. Jones fills exactly what the Bucs have been missing in a LT with a massive athlete who has nimble and quick feet and won’t be a liability in pass protection. With Jones the Bucs have two solid bookend tackles for whoever the future QB of the team is.
20). Tennessee Titans: Anton Harrison OT Oklahoma
A true LT Harrison has had a phenomenal career at Tennessee. He is a pure LT who excels in pass protection and rarely gives up pressures. His problems lie in his run blocking which is a knock against him for a team especially the Titans but with the Titans hitting a mini rebuild they need to look past that and see a great pass protector who can develop in the running game.
21). Jacksonville Jaguars: Deonte Banks CB Maryland
I believe the Jaguars are going to pick CB and they hone in on one of the most athletic CB prospects in NFL history. Banks has some problems with penalties and ball skills but in Jacksonville he will not be asked to be CB1 he will be CB2 and he can do alot of damage with his athleticism at his size.
22). Baltimore Ravens: Zay Flowers WR Boston College
The Ravens need to find more weapons for Lamar Jackson past Rashod Bateman and Mark Andrews. During Boston College Flowers was electric, a shifty player who could get RAC at will. For the Ravens, Flowers can be a receiver who can get open at will and can generate yards previous Ravens receivers couldn’t.
23). Minnesota Vikings: Cam Smith CB South Carolina
With the top WR's gone off the board the Vikings grab the last of the top CB prospects. Cam Smith plays a physical and dominant game as a CB. Always willing to be aggressive with the WR opposite of him. Cam Smith will be a great man corner who will cause many incompletions. With the Vikings Smith will contribute in the secondary as the CB2 opposite to Andre Booth Jr.
24). Los Angeles Chargers: Myles Murphy EDGE Clemson
With Myles Murphy the Chargers get a pure pass rusher who has bend and is able to get pressure on the QB but lacks awareness in the running game. With that Murphy can be added to the rotation on the EDGE of Bosa and Mack. If Murphy can continue the production, he had at Clemson the Chargers will have a fun trio of EDGE rushers in a AFC West that lacks OT Talent.
25). New Orleans Saints: Calijah Kancey IDL Pittsburgh
With the top receivers and corners now gone the Giants decide to trade down and with the Saints who are in desperate need for IDL help and a true stud DT to play on that line. What Kancey lacks in size he makes up for with ability and athleticism being the best 3-Tech DT in the class. Kancey should be able to line up for the Saints in the interior and wreak havoc in the NFC South.
26). Dallas Cowboys: Dalton Kincaid TE Utah
With Schultz gone the Cowboys can defer the TE role to Jake Ferguson. But with none of the talented TE’s in the class being selected the Cowboys take TE1 off the board in Dalton Kincaid. Kincaid proved at Utah his talent as he caught 70 passes for 890 yards his senior season and scored 8 TDs for Utah. In the Cowboys' offense Kincaid can reproduce numbers similar to Schultz's best season while improving his run blocking which is the only major knock against him.
27). Buffalo Bills: Dawand Jones OT Ohio State
With how the board fell I can see the Bills going a couple of different ways with this pick. One being taking a Brian Branch as both their Pro Bowl safeties are aging and on expensive deals with Branch being a talented player who can play both in the nickel and as a safety. The other one being shoring up the O-Line with a massive human being in Dawand Jones who plays with a high motor and can be a dominant RT for them. The Bills elect for option B.
28). Cincinnati Bengals: Darnell Washington TE Georgia
Is this a luxury pick for the Bengals? It can be but with Washington you gain more than just a TE. At Georgia Washington was dominant in the run game opening holes and leading the way for the stable of Bulldog RBs to run wild on opposing defenses. And his unique size and athleticism makes him a major weapon in the middle of the field. The biggest knock-on Washington was his lack of production at Georgia, but the Bengals take the risk here for what he can add to their offense on day 1.
29). New York Giants: John Michael Schmitz C Minnesota
After trading down the Giants can shore up the biggest liability on their offense that being the center position. John Michael Schmitz has been connected to the G-Men. He is a high floor prospect who will immediately contribute on day 1 as a savvy team player who can move well laterally and has no problem engaging in his blocks and dominating defenders.
30). Philadelphia Eagles: Brian Branch S Alabama
While safety is a low position of value Branch is by far the best player available on the board and can contribute immediately for a Phili defense in need of a CJ Gardner Johnson replacement. The upside with Branch is his ability to play in both the nickel and as a box safety. Branch is a willing tackler who is instinctually always around the ball making plays. For Phili he is exactly what they are looking for in the secondary.
31). Kansas City Chiefs: Will McDonald IV EDGE Iowa State
At 31 the Chiefs can go so many ways. After winning the SB the Chiefs have gained some holes in the WR room along with the offensive line. But at 31 the Chiefs take a player who is a little out of the box and snag the high potential EDGE out of Iowa State Will McDonald. McDonald is an explosive and talented EDGE player with active hands and quick feet. In KC who runs multiple formations McDonald will be a pass rushing weapon who can be used in many different formations which a DC like Spagnuolo will love.
2nd Round
32). Pittsburgh Steelers: Emmanuel Forbes CB Mississippi State
33). Houston Texans: O’Cyrus Torrence OG Florida
34). Arizona Cardinals: Steve Avila OG TCU
35). Indianapolis Colts: Kelee Ringo CB Georgia
36). Los Angeles Rams: BJ Ojulari EDGE LSU
37). Seattle Seahawks: Drew Sanders LB Arkansas
38). Las Vegas Raiders: Mazi Smith IDL Michigan
39). Carolina Panthers: Jordan Addison WR USC
40). New Orleans Saints: Jahmyr Gibbs RB/WR Alabama
41). Tennessee Titans: Josh Downs WR UNC
42). New York Jets: Bryan Bresee IDL Clemson
43). Green Bay Packers: Michael Mayer TE Notre Dame
44). Atlanta Falcons: Tyrique Stevenson CB Miami
45). Green Bay Packers: Jalin Hyatt WR Tennessee
46). New England Patriots: Cody Mauch OT North Dakota State
47). Washington Commanders: Joe Tippmann C Wisconsin
48). Detroit Lions: Keion White EDGE Georgia Tech
49). Pittsburgh Steelers: Adetomiwa Adebawore IDL Northwestern
50). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Antonio Johnson S Texas A&M
51). Miami Dolphins: Matthew Bergeron OT Syracuse
52). Tennessee Titans: Jack Campbell LB Iowa
53). Chicago Bears: Felix Anudike-Uzomah EDGE Kansas State
54). Los Angeles Chargers: Zach Charbonnet RB UCLA
55). Detroit Lions: Luke Musgrave TE Oregon State
56). Jacksonville Jaguars: Tuli Tuipulotu IDL USC
57). New York Giants: Clark Phillips III CB Utah
58). Dallas Cowboys: Siaki Ika IDL Baylor
59). Buffalo Bills: Trenton Simpson LB Clemson
60). Cincinnati Bengals: Blake Freeland OT BYU
61). Chicago Bears: Luke Wypler C Ohio State
62). Philadelphia Eagles: Karl Brooks IDL Bowling Green
63). Kansas City Chiefs: Cedric Spillman WR Tennessee
Round 3
64). Chicago Bears: DJ Turner CB Michigan
65). Houston Texans: Derrick Hall EDGE Auburn
66). Arizona Cardinals: Julius Brents CB Kansas State
67). Denver Broncos: Olusegun Oluwatimi C Michigan
68). Denver Broncos: Eli Ricks CB Alabama
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2023.03.24 00:26 Ok-Firefighter702 Stony brook MS CS Reject!

Rejects after reject !!
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2023.03.24 00:22 HadItSBU Attend the Parking Rally 3/29

Attend the Parking Rally 3/29
At 11:30am - 1pm in front of the Fine Art Loop between Admin and Wang
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2023.03.24 00:15 Inspector_Boarder Average "smart" sub-urban public school results

Intended Major(s): Computer Science, Mathematics, English
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Additional Information:
Kinda disappointed I didn't get into UMass but I wasn't counting on that much (especially considering their current situation), overall satisfied with my results for being a borderline NEET.
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2023.03.23 21:59 Federal-Attention715 Lost room key

Hey, I lost my room key. It has a red/pink keychain near the Stony Brook Hospital area. Please let me know if anyone finds it.
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2023.03.23 18:21 Potater1802 Stony Brook Acceptance without committee letter?

One of the schools I'm interested in applying at is Stony Brook. I saw on the Stony Brook FAQ page that they do not allow for the substitution of a committee letter with 3 faculty letters if your school has one. Does anyone know if they're flexible with this or not? My school has absurd requirements for a committee letter including over 7 individual letters of recommendation from various sources. Due to factors in and out of my control, I simply cannot meet those requirements. Is there any point in even trying to apply with LORs from professors or should I not bother?
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2023.03.23 17:38 Lost-Today8340 What schools are going to rise in ranking next year?

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My predictions:
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2023.03.23 17:29 Potential_Nerve_4381 Stony Brook vs Northeastern for AI

Which of the two is better for MS CS in AI/ML? Can you please list the reasons also?
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2023.03.23 15:17 PresLyndonBJohnson36 "Garfield against Hancock" (Charles Guiteau's speech that ultimately lead to James Garfield's Assassination)

In 1861 this nation was convulsed by one of the most gigantic wars on record. For generations America had been cursed by human slavery, and the conviction had been growing among all classes that no nation could always continue half free and half slave. In 1834 William Lloyd Garrison, backed by Wendell Phillips, the silver-tongued orator of Boston, assaulted x^merican slavery as in league with the lower regions. They denounced it in season and out of season, by voice and pen. Little by little they were backed by Horace Greeley, the great, good Horace ; Henry Ward Beecher ; Harriet Beecher Stowe, with her "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (a matchless work of fiction); Charles Sumner, who was stricken down in the United States Senate by Bully Brooks, of South Carolina, and scores of like- minded compatriots. In 1856 the Republican party was organized. It was an offshoot of the old Whig party, founded by Henry Clay, he of matchless eloquence, and by Daniel Webster, the favorite and gifted son of New England and the great defender of our national Constitution. In 1856 Fremont, the standard-bearer of the young Republicans, was defeated for the Presidency by Buchanan, backed by the slave oligarchy. In 1861 the Republicans elected to the Presidency Abraham Lincoln — the immortal Lincoln. This was the signal for a grand onslaught by the slave oligarchy on the principles of liberty and progress. In 1861, after years of agitation for and against American slavery, the cannons were heard booming around Sumter, and our national existence was in peril. Jeff Davis and his contractors had seceded. They had stolen some of our forts and implements of war, and were trying to run a government on their own account. They had trampled under foot our national flag — that grand old ensign of our Republic. When the rebels assaulted Sumter it stirred the North to its depth. "To arms! To arms!" resounded all over this broad land. Thousands of brave boys went to battle — to victory or to death. They left their homes and loved ones — many never to return. Their mangled remains lie buried in many a grave. After years of war came peace. Our national flag again waved in triumph from every fort and battlement in the Republic, and slavery was no more. In 1861 there lived at Galena, in my own native State of Illinois, a quiet, modest man. He had graduated at West Point. He had seen service in Cali- fornia and Oregon. He had tasted poverty and distress in St. Louis and Galena. When President Lincoln called for 75,000 troops to suppress the incipient rebellion. Captain Grant deter- mined to offer his services to the Government, and went to Springfield and interviewed Governor Yates. After some delay he was given a position, and finally was sent into the field as colonel. Little by little he arose till he became general of the national arms. From Galena through the war to the White House was but a step. From the White House around the globe, the recipient of the greatest ovations ever given to mortal man, was but another. Such prosperity would have crazed most men, but it did not Grant. The great, silent man's head is just as level to-day as when he sold cowhides in the streets of Galena. The military genius of Grant is not surpassed by that of Alexander, Julius Caesar, or the great Napoleon. Originally a Grant man, I am well satisfied with Garfield's nomination. " Nothing but an act of God," said the great senator from New York, *' can prevent Grant's nomination." General Garfield was born in poverty and obscurity, and has attained his present position under Providence by his own efforts. When the war came he was president of a small college in Ohio, and promptly offered his services to the government in suppressing the rebellion. After nearly three years* service he was made a major-general. He was then elected to Congress and has held the position ever since. His long service on some of the most important committees shows that he is a square man and can be implicitly trusted. Some people say he got badly soiled in that Credit Mobilier transaction, but I guess he is clean-handed. Last winter he was elected to the United States Senate in place of Senator Thurman, and to-day he is the Republican nominee for the Presidency, with every prospect of success. He is a high-toned, conscientious. Chris- tian gentleman. Some persons are down on General Arthur because he was removed from the New York Collectorship by President Hayes. General Arthur was appointed Collector by General Grant, and held that important office for several years, and gave unbounded satisfaction to the merchants of New York by his able and careful administration of his office, and he is supposed to have been removed without cause. General Arthur is a lawyer of marked ability, great, culture, wide experience, and would be an ornament in the Vice-President's chair. When I was a boy Washburne represented the Galena and Freeport district in Congress. I was born in Freeport, 111., and I have watched with marked pride the brilliant career of Grant and Washburne. Grant, Washburne, Garfield — these names go together. Grant, renowned in war and in peace ; Washburne, distinguished for his civil service at home and abroad ; Garfield, the scholar, soldier, and statesman. In October last, in old Faneuil Hall, in Boston, I heard Senator Chandler, who was the keenest Roman of us all, say that the rebel spirit then was the same that it was twenty years ago, just prior to the breaking out of the rebellion, and he was right. The Democrats now in majority in Congress would precipitate this action into another war had they power, and they would have the power save for President Hayes and his stalwart Cabinet. The Democratic majority now in Congress makes it imperative that the President and Cabinet be Republican, otherwise the national Government will be entirely controlled by ex-rebels and their Northern friends. The Democratic party are panting for the national Treasury. They have been starving since Buchanan retired, in 1861, and they are dreadfully hungry. They will make a desperate effort to get in this time under the lead of that ^^ gallant soldier General Hancock. Hancock's nomination was a godsend to the Democratic party, and they will make the most of it. They are trying to run him as they did Horace Greeley in 1872. Poor Horace went down in that combination, and the chances are that Hancock will do likewise. This is the issue — a solid North against a solid South. The North conquered the South on the field of battle, and now they must do it at the polls in November, or they may have to fight another war. Ye men whose sons perished in the war what say you to the issue ? Shall we have another war ? Shall our national Treasury be controlled by ex-rebels and their Northern allies, to the end that millions of dollars of Southern war claims be liquidated ? If you want the Republic bankrupted, with the prospect of another war, make Hancock President. If you want prosperity and peace, make Garfield President, and the Republic will develop till it becomes the greatest and wealthiest nation on the globe.
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2023.03.23 13:43 ylandge1 Help in Decision.

I have received admits from UofA, Portland State University, Michigan Technological University, Stony Brook University for graduate programs in Electrical Engineering. I am planning to do a specialization in VLSI. I am from India and have been admitted to Fall 2023. If anyone has experience in this please guide me.
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2023.03.23 13:27 TheRed_Knight Full 7 round post-FA mock draft, no trades, v1.0

1st time doing a full 7 round mock, tried to put together a semi plausible draft imo but I'll be the first to admit the later rounds ended up less than satisfactory due to lack of familiarity with the prospects/lack of in depth team scheme familiarity, looking forward to the feedback! To anyone who does this semi-regularly I salute you.
1st round
  1. CAR- CJ Stroud, QB, Ohio State
  2. HOU- Bryce Young, QB, Alabama
  3. AZ- Tyree Wilson, DE/EDGE, Texas Tech
  4. IND- Will Levis, QB, Kentucky
  5. SEA- Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida
  6. DET- Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois
  7. LV- Will Anderson, EDGE, Alabama
  8. ATL- Jalen Carter, DE/DT, Georgia
  9. CHI- Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas
  10. PHI- Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon State
  11. TENN-Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern
  12. HOU- Nolan Smith, EDGE, Georgia
  13. NYJ- Paris Johnson, OT, OSU
  14. NE- Joey Porter Jr., CB, Penn. State
  15. GB- Myles Murphy, DE/EDGE, Clemson
  16. WSH- Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina
  17. PITT- Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
  18. DET-Bryan Bresee, DT, Clemson
  19. TB- Luke Van Ess, EDGE, Iowa
  20. SEA- O’Cyrus Torrence, OG, Florida
  21. LAC- Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College
  22. BAL- Jaxson Smith-Nigba, WR, Ohio State
  23. MINN- Jordan Addison, WR, USC
  24. JAX- Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland
  25. NYG- Quentin Johnson, WR, TCU
  26. DAL- Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee
  27. BUF- John Micheal Schmitz, C, Minnesota
  28. CIN- Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee
  29. NO- Calijah Kancey, DT, Pitt
  30. PHI- Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama
  31. KC- BJ Olujari, EDGE, LSU
2nd Round
  1. PITT- Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Miss. State
  2. HOU- Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
  3. AZ- Mazi Smith, DL, Michigan
  4. IND- Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio State
  5. LAR- Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia
  6. SEA- Keion White, DE/EDGE, Georgia Tech
  7. LV- Brian Branch, S, Alabama
  8. CAR- AT Perry, WR, Wake Forest
  9. NO- Felix Anudike-Uzomah, EDGE, Kansas State
  10. TENN- Will Macdonald IV, EDGE, Iowa State
  11. NYJ- Steve Avila, OT/IOL, TCU
  12. NYJ- Antonio Johnson, S, Texas A&M
  13. ATL- Derick Hall, EDGE, Auburn
  14. GB- Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah
  15. NE- Michael Mayers, TE, Notre Dame
  16. WSH- Cody Mauch, IOL/OT, North Dakota State
  17. DET- Jack Campbell, LB, Iowa
  18. PITT- Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson
  19. TB- Clark Philips III, CB, Utah
  20. MIA- Devon Achane, RB, Texas A&M
  21. SEA- Tuli Tuipulotu, IDL, USC
  22. CHI- Adetomiwa Adebawore, EDGE/DL, Northwestern,
  23. LAC- Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia
  24. DET- Sydney Brown, S, Illinois
  25. JAX- Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon State
  26. NYG- Drew Sanders, LB, Arkansas
  27. DAL- Daiyan Hensley, LB, Washington State
  28. BUF- Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA
  29. CIN- Sam Laporta, TE, Iowa
  30. CHI- Matthew Bergeron, OT, Syracuse
  31. PHI- Chris Smith II, S, Georgia
  32. KC- Siaki Iki, IDL, Baylor
3rd Round
  1. CHI- Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee
  2. HOU- Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina
  3. AZ- Tyrique Stevenson, CB, Miami
  4. DEN- Zach Harrison, EDGE, Ohio State
  5. DEN- Keeanu Benton, IDL, Wisconsin
  6. LAR- Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
  7. LV- Jaelyn Duncan, OT, Maryland
  8. NO- Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati
  9. TENN- Joe Tippmann, IOL, Wisconsin
  10. HOU- Gervon Dexter, DL, Florida
  11. CLE- Colby Wooden, IDL, Auburn
  12. ATL- Eli Ricks, CB Alabama
  13. NE- Jammie Robinson, S, Florida State
  14. LAR- Luke Wypler, IOL, Ohio State,
  15. GB- Jayden Reed, WR, Michigan State
  16. IND- Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State
  17. PITT- Nathaniel Dell, WR, Houston
  18. DET- Tanner McKee, QB, Stanford,
  19. TB- Tank Bigsby, RB, Mississippi
  20. SEA- Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
  21. MIA- Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State
  22. LAC- Julius Brents, CB, Kansas State,
  23. BAL- DJ Turner, CB, Michigan
  24. MINN- Kyu Blu Kelley, CB, Stanford
  25. JAX- JL Skinner, S, Illinois
  26. NYG- Tre’vius Hodge-Tomlinson, CB, TCU
  27. DAL- Zach Evans, RB, Mississippi
  28. BUF- Garrett Williams, CB, Syracuse
  29. CIN- Jia’yir Brown, S, Penn State
  30. CAR- Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane
  31. PHI- Andre Carter II, EDGE, Army
  32. KC- Rashee Rice, WR, SMU
  33. AZ- Olusengun Oluwatani, IOL, Michigan
  34. WSH- Henry To’oto’o, LB, Alabama
  35. CLE-Marvin Mims, WR, Oklahoma
  36. SF-Blake Freeland, OT, BYU
  37. LV- Darius Rush, CB, South Carolina
  38. SF- Jartavius Martin, S, Illinois
  39. SF- Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas
4th Round
  1. CHI- Byron Young, EDGE, Tennessee,
  2. HOU- Andrew Voorheen, IOL, USC
  3. AZ- Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia
  4. IND- Michael Wilson, WR, Standford
  5. NE- Tyler Steen, OT, Alabama
  6. DEN- Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon
  7. LV- Riley Moss, CB/S, Iowa
  8. ATL- Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma
  9. CLE- Parker Washington, WR, Penn State
  10. NYJ- Demarvion Overshown, LB, Texas
  11. ATL- Jaylon Jones, CB, Texas A&M
  12. CAR- Michael Wilson, WR, Stanford
  13. NO- Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee,
  14. GB- Byron Young, IDL, Alabama
  15. NE- Nick Herbig, LB, Wisconsin
  16. WSH- Jarrett Patterson, IOL, Notre Dame
  17. MINN- Brandon Joseph, S, Notre Dame
  18. PITT- Emil Ekyiyor, IOL, Alabama
  19. JAX- Zach Picchens, IDL, South Carolina
  20. KC-Jaqueline Roy, IDL, LSU
  21. SEA- Owen Pappoe, LB, Auburn
  22. BAL- Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse,
  23. LAC- Kobie Tuner, DL, Wake Forest
  24. CLE- Dorian Williams, LB, Tulane
  25. JAX- Moro Ojomo, IDL, Texas
  26. NYG- Luke Schoonmaker, TE, Michigan
  27. DAL- Mekhi Garner, CB, LSU
  28. BUF- Dontavion Wicks, WR, Virginia
  29. CIN- Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland
  30. CAR- KJ Henry, EDGE, Clemson,
  31. CHI- Mike Morris, IDL, Michigan
  32. KC- Ronnie Bell, WR, Michigan
  33. NE- Andrei Iosivas, WR, Syracuse
5th Round
  1. CHI- Kei’trel Clark, CB, Louisville
  2. BUF- Jaxson Kirkland, OT/IOL, Washington
  3. IND- Isaiah McGuire, EDGE, Missouri,
  4. DEN- Nick Broeker, IOL, Ole Miss
  5. CLE- Jay Ward, S, LSU
  6. LV- Braeden Daniel, IOL, Utah
  7. CLE- Yaya Diaby, EDGE, Louisville
  8. NYJ- Charlier Jones, WR, Purdue
  9. LV- Ryan Hayes, OT, Michigan
  10. CAR- Cameron Latu, TE, Alabama
  11. NO- Kendre Miller, RB, TCU
  12. TENN- Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska
  13. CHI- Cameron Mitchell, CB, Northwestern
  14. GB- Dylan Horton, EDGE, TCU
  15. WSH- Ivan Pace JR., LB, Cincinnati
  16. SEA- Ventrel Miller, LB, Florida
  17. DET- Habakkuk Baldanado, EDGE, Pitt,
  18. TB- Jake Haener, QB, Fresno State
  19. SEA- Alex Austin, CB, Oregon State
  20. SF- Jon Gaine, IOL, UCLA
  21. LAC- Terrell Smith, CB, Minnesota
  22. BAL- Ali Gaye, EDGE, LSU,
  23. MINN- Jalen Redmond, IDL, Oklahoma
  24. ATL- Puca Nacua, WR, BYU
  25. NYG- Antonio Mafi, IOL, UCLA
  26. HOU- Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland
  27. IND- Darrell Luter JR, CB, South Alabam
  28. CIN- Ricky Stromberg, IOL, Arkansas
  29. SF- Zack Kuntz, TE, Old Dominion,
  30. NO- Josh Whyle, TE, Cincinnati
  31. KC- Rashad Torrence II, S, Florida
  32. LAR- McLendon Curtis, IOL, Chattanooga
  33. AZ- Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, West Virginia
  34. DAL- Davis Allen, TE, Clemson
  35. GB- Daniel Scott, S, California
  36. LAR- Chase Brown, RB, Illinois
  37. NYG- Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma
  38. SF- Mekhi Blackmon, CB, USC
  39. LV- Jaren Hall, QB, BYU
  40. TB- Nick Saldiveri, OT, Old Dominion
  41. IND- Henry Bainivalu, IOL, Washington
  42. LAR- Carter Warren, OT, Pitt
6th Round
  1. KC- Dewayne McBride, RB, UAB
  2. TB- Ronnie Hickman, S, Ohio State
  3. AZ- Alex Forsyth, IOL, Oregon
  4. TB- Juice Scruggs, IOL, Penn State
  5. LAR- Tyler Lacy, IDL, Oklahoma State
  6. DET- Keondre Coburn, IDL, Tecas
  7. NE- Rezjohn Wright, CB, Oregon State
  8. JAX- Jose Ramirez, EDGE, Eastern Washington,
  9. TENN- Will Mallory, TE, Miami
  10. NE- Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma
  11. HOU- Brenton Strange, TE, Penn State
  12. LAR- Brenton Cox Jr. EDGE, Florida,
  13. CLE- Deuce Vaughn, RB, Kansas State,
  14. LAR- Yasir Abdullah, LB, Louisville
  15. NE-Asim Richards, IOL, North Carolina
  16. WSH-Max Duggan, QB, TCU
  17. DET- Dontas Demus Jr. WR, Maryland
  18. DEN- Demarco Hellams, S, Alabama
  19. TB- Anfernee Orji, LB, Vanderbilt
  20. MIA- Dee Winters, LB, TCU
  21. SEA- Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pitt
  22. BAL- Brandon Hill, S, Pitt
  23. LAC- Warren McLendon, OT, Georgia
  24. HOU- Mohammed Ibrahim, RB, Minnesota
  25. JAX- Richard Gouraige, OT, Florida
  26. HOU- Mahamoud Diabate, LB, Utah
  27. LV- DJ Johnson, EDGE, Oregon,
  28. BUF- Mike Jones Jr., LB, LSU
  29. CIN- Keaton Mitchel, RB, Eastern Carolina
  30. NYJ-Jerrod Clark, IDL, Coastal Carolina
  31. JAX- Jonathan Mingo, WR, Mississippi
  32. NYG- Ochaun Mathis, EDGE, Nebraska
  33. NE- Jadon Hasselwood, WR, Arkansas
  34. MINN- MJ Anderson, EDGE, Iowa State
  35. DAL- Drake Thomas, LB, NC State
  36. AZ- Raiqwon O'neal, OT, UCLA
  37. LV- Evan Hull, RB, Northwestern
  38. WSH- Chris Rodriguez, RB, Kentucky
  39. SF-Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA
  40. KC- Jake Andrews, IOL, Troy
7th round
  1. CHI- SirVoccea Dennis, LB, Pitt
  2. PHI- Lonnie Phelps, EDGE, Kansas
  3. LV- Isaiah Land, LB, Florida A&M
  4. IND- Cameron Young, IDL, Miss. State
  5. SF- Dante Still, IDL, West Virginia
  6. LAR- Camerun Peoples, RB, Appalachian State
  7. ATL- Hunter Luepke, RB, North Dakota State
  8. ATL- Stetson Bennett, QB, Georgia
  9. JAX- Earl Bostick Jr., IOL, Kansas
  10. NO- Chandler Zavala, IOL NC State
  11. TENN- Elijah Higgins, WR, Standford
  12. CLE- DJ Dale, IDL, Alabama
  13. HOU- Nesta Jade Silvera, IDL, AZ State
  14. LV- Jalen Cropper, WR, Fresno State
  15. GB- Carrington Valentine, CB, Kentucky
  16. WSH- Anthony Johnson, CB, Virginia
  17. PITT- Jarrick Bernard-Converse, CB, LSU
  18. GB- Cory Trice, CB, Purdue
  19. IND- Jason Taylor II, S, Oklahoma State
  20. SEA- Chamarri Conner, S, Virginia Tech
  21. MIA- Sidy Sow, OT, Eastern Michigan
  22. LAC- Tiyon Evans, RB, Louisville
  23. NYG- Clayton Tune, QB, Houston
  24. PITT- Caleb Murphy, EDGE, Ferris State
  25. GB- PJ Mustipher, IDL, Penn State
  26. NYG- Jacob Copeland, WR, Maryland
  27. DAL- Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville
  28. NE- Brodric Martin, IDL, Western Kentucky
  29. CIN- Robert Beal Jr, EDGE, Georgia,
  30. SF- BJ Thompson, EDGE, Stephen F Austin
  31. PHI- Mikel Jones, LB, Syracuse
  32. KC- Myles Brooks, CB, Lousiana Tech
  33. KC- Nic Jones, CB, Ball State
  34. LAR- Aiden O'connell, QB, Purdue
  35. TB- Latavious Brini, CB, Arkansas
  36. SF- Jeremy Banks, LB, Tennessee
  37. NYG- Kaevon Merriweather, S, Iowa
  38. SF- Deneric Prince, RB, Tulsa
  39. GB- Cam Jones, LB, Indiana
  40. NO- Jordan Howden, S, Minnesota
  41. CHI- Travis Dye, RB, USC
  42. HOU- Noah Gindorff, TE, North Dakota State
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2023.03.23 13:23 julzsss Stony Brook SLP admissions

Hey guys! Has anyone heard back from Stony Brook for the SLP program? I haven’t heard back yet. Please let me know thanks!
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2023.03.23 11:06 ylandge1 Help in Decision

I have received admits from UofA, Portland State University, Michigan Technological University, Stony Brook University for graduate programs in Electrical Engineering. I am planning to do a specialization in VLSI. I am from India and have been admitted to Fall 2023. If anyone has experience in this please guide me.
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2023.03.23 08:08 11thrudra Confused b/w neu & stony brook ms cs

Cost and location wise sbu > neu .
The degree gets completed in 18 months at sbu vs neu has a semester graduation delay (added delay in this recession times would help somehow?). In sbu, would have to start searching for internships from this August (and I don’t think market situation is gonna improve in few months) whereas neu has co-op, kinda offsets current situation!?
I’m confused please give some suggestions, thanks.
My profile : Gpa : 8.34 Gre : 324 toefl: 111 Work : from july 2021 No research exp
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2023.03.23 06:52 Salt_Try_7365 Any stony brook admits from bangalore?

Dm me!
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2023.03.23 06:31 _sreethamm Hey y’all, please help me choose a university for Fall 2023.

I have received the admits from these universities except Stony Brook and TAMU. As I wait for them, I want you all to help me in choosing the right university. My interest and primary work field is AI/ML and wholly focusing on Jobs. Thank You! Ps: please ignore the cost.
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2023.03.23 06:17 Laces_untied Help pick between these colleges for CS

Stony Brook with annual COA coming out to be $32,500 and Syracuse University’s annual COA to be around 20k. I know that especially with the updated rankings Stony Brook is ranked much higher in CS (40 something) than the latter(80) but choosing that will also require me to take an even bigger loan and thus possibly delay my plans of getting a masters degree after that.
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2023.03.23 04:40 CeasarJohnson Anyone in Tubman Looking to Swap

Please let me know if there is anyone living on Stony Brook Campus next semester for Fall 2023 who will be dorming in Tubman but wishes to live in West Apartments for the kitchen area. My friend is in need of a space at Tubman and would appreciate the opportunity to have a Room Swap. So, if you or anyone you know happens to wants to live with a kitchen in West Apartments but did not want to risk not getting in and leaving Tubman please let me know.

Thank you
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2023.03.23 03:31 reddyg7 CUNY Brooklyn BS/MD and Stony Brook BS/MD - any input on experience, opportunities and which is better?

I'm curious if any of you have insights into these programs?
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2023.03.23 01:49 hereforthescoop1 Fair is Fair

Karla,why are you the only one who can tell a side of a story and spew so much hatred to people defending themselves. 1. Brook is allowed to share her story as well and people will decide who they want to believe. Michelle has been pretty up front about telling people to believe whom they want, they are just telling the other side. 2. You ALWAYS say you are going to show receipts but I think you have only done this a few times and poorly too. 3. You said the kids are old enough to tell their story, that is true but most of them were to little to provide vivid details, so I hope they are not spewing things fed to them. 4. Why do keep saying that Brook hasn't brought presents in the past few years. I mean she was behind bars for some and then trying to put her life back together. 5. You said that you never said you were taking Brook to court in April but Maury determined that was a lie, because you did. 6. Michelle, Moon, Mama Fluffy and countless other people are NOT jealous of you by any means. YOU are the one showing you greed and trying to get clout by saying how big of a following you have. Some people are here to have fun not fill up their bank accounts. 7. NOBODY is jealous of your friendship with Jslop. Hang out with trash, you start to smell like garbage. 8. You are upset understandably that people are sending your 14 yo g daughter mean messages on TT. Question is, why do you allow a minor to have TT? 9. You are so full of sh** that I can smell it through the phone. 10. Every person in your KOK has made mistakes in their past and I am sure were allowed to address people about their side, so you all should allow that same respect to all the creators and Brook whom you have belittled. 11. YOU and YOU alone are the one who decided to go live on TT and share your life, good and bad, so that's on you. 12. Michelle was not hating that you made money or friends on TT, in fact, she said that at the time she was happy for you. She was trying to make a point that your followers need to open their eyes, that you only want money, especially now that you have a home to pay for and furnish. 13. You really should not be speaking about her child that has nothing to do with you. 14. I don't know the laws in your state but I feel if abuse of any sort was found, she would have been charged. Do you have a receipt for that? 15. I myself do not know Brook, but I did listen to her side and honestly respect her currently. At least she can speak calmly and without overkill on profanity.
I could go on and on, but will end it here. Stop making these children your storyline everyday and spend time with them. We are not promised tomorrow and who knows what the court will decide in April.
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2023.03.22 23:57 postapocalyscious The Reality Gap: a John Snow Project Editorial

The Reality Gap

John Snow Project Editorial / 21 March 2023 The failure to recognise the ongoing severity of COVID-19 is creating a reality gap that is being filled by groups peddling misinformation.
excerpts: ""It is in fact difficult to know which subgroups of the population have low risks of adverse consequences from breakthrough infection or reinfection, nor is it established that such subgroups exist, to begin with. People of all ages can develop debilitating Long COVID following SARS-CoV-2 infection, even after vaccination. Current evidence suggests infected adults and children are at greater risk of new onset diabetes, adults are at increased risk of cardiac problems and the long-term impact on children’s cardio-vascular health is uncertain. In addition, people can experience kidney injury, liver damage, erectile dysfunction, hearing loss, immune dysfunction, brain and memory dysfunction, ocular damage and dermatological complications. In fact there are few organs that SARS-CoV-2 can’t harm, largely because COVID-19 is a vascular disease with immune-mediated severity impacting multiple organs SARS-CoV-2 is an airborne virus that is transmitted via the respiratory system, but the disease it causes is not localized to the respiratory tract with its multi-organ, multi-system impacts stemming from its vascular nature, the associated immune perturbation, and other systemic effects."
"Rather than recognising and educating the population about the well documented role of COVID-19 in cardiac and neurological damage as a consequence of vascular damage or auto-immune dysregulation, governments and policymakers have remained silent, thus allowing misinformation and disinformation to flourish. The end result, predictable and indeed predicted since almost the start of the pandemic, is that trust in vaccination as a whole is eroding, undermining the foundation of public health, beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The reality gap and attempts to deflect attention away from the pandemic and its consequences have further repercussions. Earlier in 2022, acute hepatitis cases in children were seen around the world, and despite extensive evidence of SARS-CoV-2 causing liver injury, the UK Health Security Agency flagged adenovirus, a common virus not previously associated with hepatic injury, as the most likely cause. This had clinical implications, with frontline healthcare workers encountering the condition opting to treat with antivirals. In fact, it seems the hepatic injury was immune mediated, which might explain why children with the condition responded to immune suppression in the form of steroid treatment. The knock-on effects of mischaracterizing the root of the problem are serious: if an infection is the source of the hepatic issues, then immune suppression is not the proper treatment."
"While it is natural to focus on the impact COVID-19 has on our health, there is also growing concern about the effect it is having on society and the global economy. There are ongoing staffing issues in all industries, in all parts of the world, impacting all aspects of our lives from health care to travel to hospitality and more. Major organizations like the Bank of England and the Brookings Institution suggest recurrent acute COVID-19 and Long Covid as significant factors in the staffing crisis, which in turn is exacerbating the rise in inflation.
"In these circumstances it is difficult to see how there will be a return to pre-pandemic standards of health and economic productivity without first acknowledging the harm caused by COVID-19 and then taking the steps needed to reduce transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus."
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