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Hey found this old dome sign that is heavy. It says fairmont Minnesota motors company. Any ideas on where it would have been put or how old?

Hey found this old dome sign that is heavy. It says fairmont Minnesota motors company. Any ideas on where it would have been put or how old? submitted by Thekinzlerbros to magnetfishing [link] [comments]

Check out this old dome sign not sure where it would have been but it’s heavy and says fairmont Minnesota motors. Any ideas?

Check out this old dome sign not sure where it would have been but it’s heavy and says fairmont Minnesota motors. Any ideas? submitted by Thekinzlerbros to magnetfishing [link] [comments]

Minnesota Motor Speedway (Elk River, MN)

Minnesota Motor Speedway (Elk River, MN) submitted by girlwithaguitar to RaceTrackDesigns [link] [comments]

Minnesota Motor Speedway (Elk River, MN)

Minnesota Motor Speedway (Elk River, MN) submitted by ImagesOfNetwork to ImagesOfMinnesota [link] [comments]

Saw this at the Minnesota state fair, looks like a converted Honda 3 wheeler. 5.5 horse Honda Motor, clutch system on back.

Saw this at the Minnesota state fair, looks like a converted Honda 3 wheeler. 5.5 horse Honda Motor, clutch system on back. submitted by Sam-Warren to minibikes [link] [comments]

First Minnesota Showing of the 2020 Chevy Corvette C8-Stillwater Motors

In today's video we get our first physical look at the highly anticipated 2020 C8 Chevy Corvette! Let me know what you guys think of it! The C8 Chevy Corvette is being powered by a 495hp engine that is claimed to do 0-60 in sub 3 seconds. Stillwater Motors held the last stop of the Chevy C8 tour in Minnesota.
However, if you missed this event, the 2020 C8 Chevy Corvette will be at the Minneapolis Auto Show.
https://youtu.be/YeC36nIaeIU
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Tunnel Motors are still frequently used on the CN up on the Iron Range in Northern Minnesota. They’re quite the sight, especially when they’re working hard pulling taconite pellets.

Tunnel Motors are still frequently used on the CN up on the Iron Range in Northern Minnesota. They’re quite the sight, especially when they’re working hard pulling taconite pellets. submitted by khangaloo to TrainPorn [link] [comments]

The Ford Motors Mining Tunnels in St. Paul, Minnesota built in 1925 source in comments

The Ford Motors Mining Tunnels in St. Paul, Minnesota built in 1925 source in comments submitted by lookalive_sunshine to submechanophobia [link] [comments]

Marijuana in motor vehicle Minnesota

What are the ramifications, if any, for receiving a ticket for possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle? It was cited as a petty misdemeanor. Do I just have to pay the ticket, or will this ruin my life?
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Software version 2019.36.2.3 4a358fb was j detected 16 hours ago on a Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual Motor in Minnesota United States. The highest previous version was 2019.36.2.2 186de86.

Software version 2019.36.2.3 4a358fb was j detected 16 hours ago on a Tesla Model 3 Long Range Dual Motor in Minnesota United States. The highest previous version was 2019.36.2.2 186de86. submitted by vinodjetley to TeslaLounge [link] [comments]

Picture of the Twin Cities Transit Line system from the early 1900's before the Motor Companies bought it and tore the tracks out to build roads and Highways (x-post from r/Minnesota)

Picture of the Twin Cities Transit Line system from the early 1900's before the Motor Companies bought it and tore the tracks out to build roads and Highways (x-post from Minnesota) submitted by -j-m0 to pics [link] [comments]

A CN local with a DMIR tunnel motor passes by a loaded ore train as they make their way into Proctor Yard in Minnesota

A CN local with a DMIR tunnel motor passes by a loaded ore train as they make their way into Proctor Yard in Minnesota submitted by mtnclimberjoe to TrainPorn [link] [comments]

A tunnel motor on the Minnesota prairie. (Wish I could have gotten to the sunlit side!)

A tunnel motor on the Minnesota prairie. (Wish I could have gotten to the sunlit side!) submitted by hammer166 to trains [link] [comments]

Our patriotic floating picnic table...with trolling motor on Pleasant Lake, Rockville MN (/r/minnesota)

Our patriotic floating picnic table...with trolling motor on Pleasant Lake, Rockville MN (/minnesota) submitted by ContentForager to mistyfront [link] [comments]

Turn your headlights on when your windshield wipers are on! Not sure if it's a state law, if not it should be.

I saw 4 accidents while driving around town today and numerous close calls. It's bad enough that no one uses their turn signals.
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Here is a Market Recap for today Thurs, November 5, 2020. Please enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Thursday, November 5, 2020
Stocks kept rallying today, extending this week’s gains, as market participants closely monitored the outcome of the US presidential election, which currently hangs in the balance with several key states still counting the votes. The surge in mail-in ballots this year caused this delay in vote-counting.
The market has rallied strongly at the likelihood that the White House and Senate will be split, meaning one is Republican and the other Democrat. While a split government would likely reduce the size of a new stimulus bill, it greatly lowered the odds that any new regulation or policy change from the Democrats could be passed.
Stephanie Miller, managing director of Fiscal Note Markets, said, ““What Wall Street wants more than everything is for nothing to happen in Washington. There is so much of a bias for a static policy environment – that you can actually make business decisions and have those decisions hold the test of time beyond a couple of years. And so more gridlock in Washington tends to be better.”
Several key swing states, most notably Nevada and Pennsylvania, have yet to finish tallying their votes. As of the time of writing, Joe Biden has 264 electoral votes to President Trump’s 214, according to the Associated Press. Biden only needs Nevada’s 6 electoral votes for victory. Candidates need 270 electoral votes in order to win the election. Results below are taken from the Associated Press.
In the Senate, the “blue wave” Democrats were hoping form didn’t materialize. Democrats look like they are going to net just a single new seat in the Senate, leaving a high likelihood that Republicans maintain control. In Georgia, both Senate seats up for election this year could head to runoff contests in January, based on results in the state as of Thursday, according to the Associated Press.
Republican Sen. David Perdue held 50% of the vote Thursday morning. If that tally ends up below the 50% mark, he'll face Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff on Jan. 5 in a runoff. The other Georgia Senate seat contested between GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock, senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, already appears headed to a runoff next year. The races could play an important role in the makeup of the new Senate, though Republicans are likely to keep their majority.
In an unfortunate note, the US again broke the record for new daily coronavirus cases with 100,000 new cases yesterday. Fifteen states set new daily records for infections Thursday, including Missouri, Washington, Nebraska, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Iowa and North Dakota, according to data tracked by The Post. Eleven states — including Iowa, Missouri, West Virginia, North Dakota, Nebraska, Idaho, Oklahoma and Minnesota — reported record numbers of patients hospitalized with covid-19, according to data tracked by The Washington Post.
The Federal Reserve held short-term borrowing rates near zero in a decision Thursday that characterized the economy as growing but not near where it was before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Highlights
"By and large, life will give you what you deserve" -Ray Dalio
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Exploded electric motor in the basement of an abandoned building in Minnesota. [OC] [5184X3456]

Exploded electric motor in the basement of an abandoned building in Minnesota. [OC] [5184X3456] submitted by U235EU to AbandonedPorn [link] [comments]

Here is a Market Recap for today Thursday, November 5, 2020. Please enjoy!

PsychoMarket Recap - Thursday, November 5, 2020
Stocks kept rallying today, extending this week’s gains, as market participants closely monitored the outcome of the US presidential election, which currently hangs in the balance with several key states still counting the votes. The surge in mail-in ballots this year caused this delay in vote-counting.
The market has rallied strongly at the likelihood that the White House and Senate will be split, meaning one is Republican and the other Democrat. While a split government would likely reduce the size of a new stimulus bill, it greatly lowered the odds that any new regulation or policy change from the Democrats could be passed.
Stephanie Miller, managing director of Fiscal Note Markets, said, ““What Wall Street wants more than everything is for nothing to happen in Washington. There is so much of a bias for a static policy environment – that you can actually make business decisions and have those decisions hold the test of time beyond a couple of years. And so more gridlock in Washington tends to be better.”
Several key swing states, most notably Nevada and Pennsylvania, have yet to finish tallying their votes. As of the time of writing, Joe Biden has 264 electoral votes to President Trump’s 214, according to the Associated Press. Biden only needs Nevada’s 6 electoral votes for victory. Candidates need 270 electoral votes in order to win the election. Results below are taken from the Associated Press.
In the Senate, the “blue wave” Democrats were hoping form didn’t materialize. Democrats look like they are going to net just a single new seat in the Senate, leaving a high likelihood that Republicans maintain control. In Georgia, both Senate seats up for election this year could head to runoff contests in January, based on results in the state as of Thursday, according to the Associated Press.
Republican Sen. David Perdue held 50% of the vote Thursday morning. If that tally ends up below the 50% mark, he'll face Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff on Jan. 5 in a runoff. The other Georgia Senate seat contested between GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock, senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, already appears headed to a runoff next year. The races could play an important role in the makeup of the new Senate, though Republicans are likely to keep their majority.
In an unfortunate note, the US again broke the record for new daily coronavirus cases with 100,000 new cases yesterday. Fifteen states set new daily records for infections Thursday, including Missouri, Washington, Nebraska, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Iowa and North Dakota, according to data tracked by The Post. Eleven states — including Iowa, Missouri, West Virginia, North Dakota, Nebraska, Idaho, Oklahoma and Minnesota — reported record numbers of patients hospitalized with covid-19, according to data tracked by The Washington Post.
The Federal Reserve held short-term borrowing rates near zero in a decision Thursday that characterized the economy as growing but not near where it was before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Highlights
"By and large, life will give you what you deserve" -Ray Dalio
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Exploded electric motor in the basement of an abandoned building in Minnesota. [OC] [5184X3456]

Exploded electric motor in the basement of an abandoned building in Minnesota. [OC] [5184X3456] submitted by U235EU to MachinePorn [link] [comments]

The Iron Range in Minnesota, the last place that has a Class 1 railroad (CN) regularly using Tunnel Motors

The Iron Range in Minnesota, the last place that has a Class 1 railroad (CN) regularly using Tunnel Motors submitted by khangaloo to trains [link] [comments]

The Weekly Mock Draft 3.0: Broncos find protection, Saints land next franchise QB

What is The Weekly Mock Draft?
Every Wednesday/Thursday of the season (starting today and ending after Week 17), I will post a mock draft. The order is determined by Tankathon (record and SOS) and will be updated weekly as well. This will be used as a tool to determine how the stocks of the top prospects changed throughout the year and for the fans to have something to look forward to once football games are over for the week. The teams will pick players as if they are drafting today. Enjoy!
1. Atlanta: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
Matt Ryan does not deserve all the blame for Atlanta's 0-3 start and OT is not a pressing need, leaving the Falcons with the best defensive prospect in Micah Parsons. Atlanta is in win-now mode and if they want a chance at the Super Bowl again while Matt Ryan and Julio Jones are still producing, they need to improve the defense. Deion Jones is a phenomenal LB and Foyesade Oluokun has been the best LB on the team so far this season. Rookie WLB Mykal Walker has been so-so but other than those three, Atlanta doesn't have much depth at the position and is in dire need of a special athlete like Parsons. A QB-needy team such as the Jets could trade up for Trevor Lawrence but in this scenario, there are no trades, and the Falcons bolster their defense in hopes of a playoff run.
2. NY Giants: Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami
The Giants need an impactful EDGE to help rush the passer and have nobody to depend on rather than Dexter Lawrence and Lorenzo Carter. Leonard Williams and Oshane Ximines have been rather uninspiring and the former is not likely to receive a new contract with the Giants in free agency next year if he continues to make minimal progress. An offensive weapon like Ja'Marr can certainly not be ruled out, especially when Dave Gettleman is the general manager, but Rousseau would be the best choice for a Giants team with a mediocre defense.
3. Minnesota: Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU
Kirk Cousins is not expected to continue playing like a low-tier QB for the rest of the season and should return to his regular form if things go as planned. If the draft were to occur today, even after an electric performance from Justin Jefferson in Sunday, the Vikings should still consider adding another WR next to Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson. This situation resembles the Cowboys picking CeeDee Lamb earlier this year. Although WR wasn't their top priority, the value was too good and so far, the addition of Lamb looks to have paid off. An exceptional receiver at LSU, Ja'Marr Chase looks to have talent that will smoothly translate to the NFL and provide Kirk Cousins with three outstanding WRs to throw to.
4. Denver: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
Garett Bolles has played surprisingly well so far and proved his doubters wrong but he will be a free agent next year and might not return to Denver. On the right side, Elijah Wilkinson played poorly to start the season and in wake of his recent injury, Demar Dotson will start. Dotson is a solid RT but he will also be a free agent and the Broncos signed Ja'Wuan James this offseason and he will take the reigns at RT starting next season. This leaves Denver with the option to let both Bolles and Dotson go, then draft a generational OT prospect in Penei Sewell at 4. The tenacious drive blocker will be a welcome addition to a young and promising Denver offense looking to find its tempo with everyone healthy next year.
5. NY Jets: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
Rumor has it that Adam Gase will be fired if the Jets lose to the Broncos at home on Thursday. However, the Jets are favored to win and Gase will likely keep his job for the rest of the season. On the bright side, there is almost no doubt the Jets will find his successor this offseason and a new coach tends to come with a new QB. Sam Darnold has regressed each season since he was drafted in 2018 and although Gase deserves plenty of blame, Darnold hasn't done much to cement his role as the franchise QB. In three games, the former USC QB has thrown 3 TD, 4 INT, and posted a 23.9 QBR. Darnold is an attractive trade target for a contending team like the Saints looking to groom a future franchise QB and the Jets should definitely move on from him if Trevor Lawrence theirs for the taking.
6. Houston → MIA: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
Dylan Moses is one of the most underrated prospects in this draft but he deserves far more recognition. The 6'3" 235 lb athlete has displayed a unique set of abilities and great range. His superior instincts make him a tempting choice for any team that needs a LB and the Dolphins are in good position to pick him here. Elandon Roberts and Jerome Baker form an inadequate ILB duo in Miami and both players can be replaced in a heartbeat. The Dolphins defense is young and has potential to make strides in improvement but it starts with drafting great defensive players like Moses.
7. Philadelphia: Caleb Faley, CB, Virginia Tech
Starting CBs Darius Slay and Avonte Maddox have not been at their best so far this season and while Slay is a mainstay in the secondary, Maddox would absolutely be replaced if the top CB in the draft, Caleb Farley, was available at Philadelphia's pick. Farley is an intriguing prospect, showcasing clean footwork, physicality, and outstanding press coverage, all of which make him a smart choice for the Eagles as they figure out which direction the team is headed in.
8. Cincinnati: Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama
The Bengals signed CB Trae Waynes this offseason to pair with William Jackson III in the secondary but he suffered an injury in training camps and his replacement, Darius Phillips, is not a reliable option. Jackson III will be a free agent next year and could opt to leave for a team offering a better contract but even if he stays, CB remains a need and the Bengals need an aggressive defender in the backfield.
9. Dallas: Marvin Wilson, IDL, Florida State
DTs Dontari Poe and Trysten Hill have been disappointing but neither of them were expected to be franchise cornerstones and are not likely to be back in Dallas once their contracts are finished. The Cowboys have needs at every defensive position except LB and Marvin Wilson is the best defensive player available at 9. His muscular frame and mobility make for a consistent DT that can drastically upgrade the Cowboys defense.
10. LA Chargers: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
With Chris Harris Jr. on the IR, replacement Michael Davis has stepped up and delivered in his counterpart's absence. Casey Hayward Jr. has won AFC Defensive Player of the Week already but he has not been at his best in all three games. Desmond King II is also a great corner but he is likely to leave in free agency next year because of a lack of playing time with the Chargers. Michael Davis will also be a free agent next year and Harris Jr. and Hayward Jr. will both be on the market in 2022. The Chargers will not be able to keep all four CBs on long-term contract and have to find an agile corner like Tyson Campbell. Although his agility and quickness alone make him a fascinating prospect, teams will also be interested in his ability to make plays on special teams.
11. New Orleans: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
The consensus is that if New Orleans can land one of the top 3 QBs in this class, they will not hesitate to do so. In this case, Justin Fields, a top 5 prospect, falls to the Saints at 11 and into the perfect situation. The tough Ohio State passer can sit behind one of the greatest QBs of all time in Drew Brees and improve his game in hopes of becoming the starter in New Orleans one day.
12. Carolina: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
Carolina's most vital need is a QB. Teddy Bridgewater, despite what many will say, is a bridge QB that was brought in to mentor whoever the Panthers draft in these next couple years. Trey Lance will not play this year but his last season did enough to put him in the top 10 of next year's prospects and teams will be glad to have him as their franchise QB. The Panthers already have multiple offensive weapons for Lance to rely on, making this an ideal situation for any QB prospect.
13. Detroit: DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
All three of Detroit's starting WRs, Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones Jr., and Danny Amendola, will be free agents next offseason and the only one that is certain to return is Kenny Golladay. He was due for an extension earlier this month and it is clear that both sides are interested in a new contract. Jones Jr. and Amendola are in their 30s and slowly declining, which makes drafting a WR and easier choice for the Lions. DeVonta Smith is a very reliable receiving option and will benefit from having a QB like Matthew Stafford.
14. Jacksonville: Jamie Newman, QB, Georgia
QB will remain a need for the Jaguars until Gardner Minshew II can prove he is the answer at QB and that he can win games like what should have been an effortless win over Miami last Thursday. Fans will bring up his win against the Colts and a close game against the Titans but the fact of the matter is that the Colts have a terrible secondary and the Titans made a game-winning interception against Minshew II in the final minute of action. Jacksonville was favored to beat Miami but they suffered defeat at the hands of Ryan Fitzpatrick and the score was far from close. Minshew II has not proved that the Jaguars should not completely rely on him and that a QB is very possible at 14. This would be the biggest reach of the draft as Newman has opted out of the the 2020 season and is seen as a Round 3 prospect but he provides athleticism and mobility, and also possess the traits needed to succeed as a dual-threat QB in today's NFL. He can be dangerous in the run game and a threat when passing from the pocket. The Jaguars could choose to trade Minshew II or have Newman sit for one year and learn the playbook in anticipation of the 2022 season. This situation resembles Jordan Love's this year, as in a QB projected to go after Round 1 ends up being picked early because a team is enamored with him.
15. Miami: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
After fixing one of their worst positions with their first pick, the Dolphins switch to offense for the 15th pick. Purdue receiver Rondale Moore is a player that can boost his stock this season and is expected to do so. He possess amazing RAC ability and short area quickness. His explosive style of play would be perfect for Tua Tagovailoa's development and give Miami a highly improved offense compared to this season.
16. Las Vegas: Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma
Rodney Hudson has always been the bright point of the Raiders IOL but his teammates, John Simpson and Gabe Jackson, are not holding up. Simpson is a rookie so he will have time to develop but Jackson is almost 30 and could be replaced if the Raiders find a player they absolutely want. Creed Humphrey would be great for the Raiders as he displays positive qualities in his character such as leadership and responsibility, but his play on the field makes him the best IOL prospect in this draft. Lining up alongside 3x Pro Bowler Rodney Hudson would pay great dividends for all parties involved.
17. Indianapolis: Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio State
Xavier Rhodes looks as if he is back to his 2017 form with an 89.0 PFF grade so far and it would be wise for the Colts to re-sign the former All-Pro. Rock Ya-Sin is only in his second season but has looked mediocre so far but even if he improves this season, Wade would be a smart pick given his ability to play from the slot. The Ohio State corner will have the spotlight now that Jeff Okudah and Damon Arnette are in the NFL and his stock can only go up from here. If the Colts manage to land him, they get a speedy tone setter on the defensive side of the ball that can be a cornerstone in the secondary.
18. San Francisco: Wyatt Davis, IOL, Ohio State
C Ben Garland will be a free agent next year and RG Daniel Brunskill is eligible to be franchise tagged but both players, along with LG Laken Tomlinson, are not long-term options on the offensive line and the 49ers need to find young players in the draft that can offer protection for Jimmy Garoppolo. The physically imposing Ohio State blocker would be a very welcome addition to a team that has seen their franchise QB go down with injury twice.
19. Washington: Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
The Trent Williams trade hurt Washington by leaving a massive hole at LT. Geron Christian Sr. has already allowed 3 sacks as Washington’s blindside protector. It is clear that OT is a need for Washington and that is where Alabama standout Alex Leatherwood comes in. The tackle class in this draft is not very heavy at the top of the order as Leatherwood is a far OT2 behind Penei Sewell but the 310 lb senior can hold his own.
20. Tampa Bay: Quincy Roche, EDGE, Miami
According to PFF, Tampa Bay’s pass rushers have not been at the top of their game and it is obvious that players such as Ndamukong Such are past their prime and the Buccaneers need to bring in impact EDGE. The explosive Miami run defender is fluid and has terrific vision, giving Tampa Bay a better chance at a Super Bowl.
21. Cleveland: Josh Myers, IOL, Ohio State
Cleveland reaches for Ohio State offensive lineman Josh Myers at 21 but the reward is too good to pass up. With no Round 1-worthy LBs or EDGEs available, the Browns look to a mobile IOL in Myers to fill in a need along the offensive line. Joel Bitonio and JC Tretter are dependable members of Cleveland’s offensive line and although Wyatt Teller is looking like a much better player than before, the sample size is too small and he needs to stay consistent this season to make IOL Cleveland’s last need.
22. Baltimore: Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida State
The absence of Earl Thomas has been evident in Baltimore and although SS Chuck Clark has been serviceable, FS DeShon Elliott, Thomas’s replacement, has been a defensive liability and Nasirildeen, the best S in this class, is a very possible choice for the Ravens. Nasirildeen is physically gifted and showcases a blend of length and thickness, providing a great frame. Physicality is his main selling point and that is what the Ravens desperately need.
23. Arizona: Christian Barmore, IDL, Alabama
Corey Peters is a viable NT but besides him, the Cardinals do not have any reliable players on the IDL. Christian Barmore possess outstanding raw power and and has great upper body strength that makes life difficult for offensive linemen. In arguably the best division in football, the Cardinals need a player to help them get over the hump and now that the offense has clicked, defense is a priority.
24. New England: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
New England deploys an RB committee featuring Sony Michel, James White, and Rex Burkhead that produces well but both White and Burkhead will be free agents next year and the Patriots are only likely to re-sign one of the two. Drafting Travis Etienne would be a great choice considering he has the ability and potential to solidify himself as the RB1 in New England and an already productive offense would be the ideal situation for a game-changing rusher like Etienne.
25. LA Rams → JAX: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
After drafting their new franchise QB in Jamie Newman, the Jaguars find an offensive weapon for him to throw to and Pat Freiermuth is the obvious choice. He has the talent to go in the top 15 and has garnered comparisons to the likes of Rob Gronkowski. If the comparison is true, the Jaguars will have an up and coming offense boasting loads of potential.
26. Kansas City: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
Tyreek Hill is arguably the best WR in the AFC and Sammy Watkins is a solid but inconsistent target in the passing game. Besides them, however, Patrick Mahomes has no explosive WRs to throw to. Mecole Hardman is promising and may be poised for a breakout season but as for now, WR is a need for the Chiefs and Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman is the best available receiver.
27. Chicago: Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
Allen Robinson II is a talented and proven WR that the Bears should do everything in their power to keep but Darnell Mooney and Anthony Miller are not game-changing receivers that can have as big of an effect on a matchup as Robinson II. Jaylen Waddle is being projected by some scouts to go as high as the top 5 but realistically, he is a top 30 prospect that will likely be picked in the 20-30 range. He brings an exciting set of skills to field and will play a crucial part in the success of whoever Chicago chooses as their franchise QB moving forward.
28. Pittsburgh: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Pittsburgh has a formidable CB duo consisting of Joe Haden and Steven Nelson but both will be free agents in 2022 and one if not both of them will not be back in Pittsburgh in order to make room for Justin Layne’s development. Haden is nearing the end of his career and if Nelson puts together an impressive couple seasons as a Steeler, he could be due for a large contract from another team. The Steelers should draft a top-tier CB like Adebo if he is available at 28 and improve their young and budding secondary.
29. Seattle → NYJ: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan
Now that the Jets have their franchise QB in Trevor Lawrence, they can either find a receiving weapon for him to throw to or a star on the defensive side of the ball. Hutchinson is a borderline Round 1 prospect and would be a perfect fit for a Jets defense that needs a high motor power rusher that poses a threat to opposing offenses. Oregon State's Hamilcar Rashed Jr. and Ohio State's Chris Olave are both possible options here but both would be reaches compared to Hutchinson.
30. Tennessee: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
Tennessee needs to add to the defensive line and find pass rushers but they also have to improve the receiving corps. Kyle Pitts may be listed as a TE but when he is on the field, he resembles another WR and with Jonnu Smith set to become a free agent, the Titans could be in need of a TE. Pitts is projected by some scouts to be drafted much higher than 30 and could potentially go before 20 if a team is desperate enough and he has top 25 talent, but if Tennessee can land him at 30, the value would be hard to pass.
31. Green Bay: Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
The Packers could choose to trade down with a team looking to draft to a Round 1 talent like Jay Truffle or Dillon Radunz but since there are no trades in this mock draft, Green Bay opts to choose the best available player at a need. LB, along with WR and CB, is one of their biggest needs and although all three of their starting LBs are under contract until at least 2022, ILB Christian Kirksey is obviously not the answer and is certainly replaceable. McGrone offers everything you could ever want in a middle linebacker and displays all types of abilities. He has the range, mobility, and leverage to thrive as a productive defensive player in the NFL.
32. Buffalo: Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
Starting OTs Dion Dawkins and Daryl Williams have done a wonderful job protecting Josh Allen, allowing a total of 1 sack between them. However, a tough and physical LT like Radunz will be hard to ignore and could fit into Buffalo's offensive line if coaches are willing to make adjustments, such as moving Dawkins to LG and having Radunz become Allen's blindside blocker. Whatever happens, as long as the Bills draft Radunz, their offensive line will experience a dramatic boost and assist Josh Allen in leading the team to a Super Bowl.
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Simmons would be an amazing fit for Minnesota and they should be trying to trade the #1 pick and other assets to get him

Offensively, Simmons + KAT is far more terrifying than Simmons + Embiid. The Wolves could run a 5 out offense, which is where Simmons is at his absolute best. Simmons would dominate in transition. The Wolves could run a fast paced 5 out offense the way the Sixers did when Embiid was injured during Simmons’ rookie year and they went on a 15 game winning streak.
In the half court, they have tons of options with that core. Simmons lack of shooting isn’t a concern when KAT can spot up and they can run the DLo-Simmons PnR with great effectiveness. They have multiple options who can score in half court, with DLo being able to create his own shot effectively and KAT being elite both in the post and on the perimeter. Even Simmons would destroy teams in this half court offense. They could clear out KAT and DLo and have Simmons go to work. He’d blow by slower players and eat up smaller guards in the post.
I’ve always said that Simmons doesn’t need a jumper to dominate, and Russ’s success this year only proves that. If Simmons developed a post game and learned how to use his physical tools to consistently dominate smaller defenders 1-on-1, he could legitimately be a top 5 player in such an offense given his elite 2-way impact.
Simmons is also a DPOY-tier perimeter defender, which would be huge for this team. If they drafted Edwards or LaMelo instead, their defense would probably be complete garbage. Simmons gives them an elite defender who can guard 1-4 and even some 5s in today’s NBA. With his versatility, they could have him guard 4s and play DLo/Okogie/Beasley/Simmons/KAT. They’d have a young team that would tear up teams on offense while holding their own on defense.
His age also fits this team better than a lotto pick would. He’s a young star entering his prime, just like DLo and KAT. Hes not going to need a year or two to develop and hit his stride.
Also, this draft is very tricky; the Wolves have an inexperienced FO and the franchise has a history of making terrible choices in the draft. Edwards could easily be Wiggins 2.0 with the questions about his motor. LaMelo could never hit his defensive potential. There’s tons of questions surrounding these other players. This isn’t a particularly strong draft with a clear #1 either. If the Wolves could take a Simmons clone with the #1 pick, they’d more than happily do it - why not exchange the pick for Simmons instead?
One issue is whether or not the Sixers would be as enthusiastic about such a trade. Embiid is in his prime, and bringing in a rookie that needs years to develop or potentially bust could end up wasting Embiid’s prime years when he should be contending. I think the more likely scenario for this exchange is if they do a 3-way trade with a team like the Wizards.
Example: (trade would likely also include other pieces, this is just the backbone)
Wolves receive: Ben Simmons
Wizards receive: #1 pick + other assets
Philly receives: Bradley Beal
Why would each team do this?
Minnesota gets a 2-way star who fits perfectly with DLo and KAT. I’ve already explained why in the rest of this post.
The Wizards could rebuild completely with the #1 and #9 pick. Tommy Sheppard has talked about trading up using their #9 and #37 pick, so it sounds like they want a big prospect this year. I know they said they want to keep Beal, but we all know that means nothing in today’s NBA. Even if Wall comes back somewhat healthy and Beal continues to produce at a high level, this is a 4-5 seed in the East at best and they’d have zero shot at a title. Why not start from scratch with multiple young prospects instead? For example, LaMelo could come in and play in a fast-paced offense with multiple weapons while learning from an elite distributor in Wall. He’d have elite spacing with guys like Bertans, and has a serviceable big in Bryant.
Philly gets a young offensive star who fits better with Embiid. Beal is still young and can compete with Embiid while still being part of Philly’s core for the future. The only issue I see here is that Philly would want a distributor to set up both of these guys. If the Thunder gets swiftly knocked out of the playoffs and decide to sell high, Philly could trade Horford + picks/assets for CP3, giving them a lineup of CP3/Beal/Richardson/Harris/Embiid. They would be immediate contenders, and if the rest of their team ages they’ll still have prime Beal/Embiid for another 3-4 years.
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