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Sunday, 02 April 2017 21:40

Mosqueda: New England Patriots could pick Wisconsin's Vince Biegel, more productive than T.J. Watt

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The draft is only a few weeks away and Patriots beat reviews what the New England Patriots will do this upcoming draft. 

As the NFL Draft comes at the end of this month, the talk of what the New England Patriots will do is picking up.

Patriots Beat welcomes Justis Mosqueda to the show to look at who the Patriots might pick, specifically, defensive ends and outside linebackers.

One man on Mosqueda’s radar is Deatrich Wise Jr. from Arkansas. Mosqueda describes Wise as a Trey Flowers type of player and may not have elite athleticism, but has a high motor and is an effort kind of player.

“Deatrich Wise Jr. was a man amongst boys at the Shrine Game” Mosqueda explained. Wise may not be extremely well known, but to anyone paying attention, he was able to impress scouts and spectators as he had a fantastic showing at the Shrine Game.

Another player Mosqueda thought could be a later round pick for the Patriots is Vince Biegel from Wisconsin. Many people know his teammate T.J. Watt as he is J.J. Watt’s younger brother, but Biegel was quietly building up quite a resume.

“Biegel, on a per snap basis, he’s a more productive pass rusher than TJ Watt” Mosqueda said. Although Biegel does not have the big name, he is a guy that shows up on the film often and is consisten each and every play.

Patriots Beat will continue to preview the NFL Draft and see who will be a part of the 2017 New England Patriots. To hear the rest of the show and other episodes, follow Patriots Beat on iTunes, Stitcher, or CLNSradio.com 

Charles Russek

Charles Russek is a member of the CLNS Radio New England Patriots beat team.  Currently serving as the staff writer for the Patriots Beat Podcast, Charles provides coverage of one of the most foreknown podcasts covering the four-time Super Bowl Champions.  You can also hear Charles on the CLNS Radio New England Patriots Post Game Show which goes live after every single Pats game available on CLNSRadio.com and iTunes and Stitcher.  He is studying Criminal Justice at Plymouth State University.
 
Follow Charles on Twitter: @chuck_wagonn

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