I know the Okudah v Young debate has been discussed a lot lately. I am on record saying Young by a HUGE margin, but others think it’s fine to take Jeffy O.
Here’s my question to the board. Say Quinn does take Jeff Okudah. At that moment, what does our starting secondary look like? I mean, wouldn’t we have a surplus of defensive backs, while still having the worst defensive line in the NFL with no pass rush whatsoever?
Like we have Coleman, Trufant and then Okudah. They aren’t all going to be on the field at the same time, most likely, so which of those 3 are we wasting a huge investment on?
We then would have guys like Amari, Ford, Agnew, Virgin, etc.
Maybe I am messing up the depth chart a bit, but it makes me wonder, if we would draft Okudah at #3 to only see him on the field for 20% of the snaps in 2020, where Chase Young (at a position of much bigger need and value) would likely start snap 1 and play the majority of the season’s snaps.
How do you see the secondary depth chart shaking out?