My best books of 2018

I keep a running list all year… but for some reason didn’t publish my best books of 2018… maybe that is good… now  few months in, maybe I have a better grasp of how good the books were that I read.

For example, I really underrated how good the book overrated was. But i keep on recalling it.

As for this list, I generally only count books i finished reading… I mean sometimes the end of a book can change my whole feeling on the book.
I will say the books i read in 2018 weren’t all that great. I would say 5-6 books i have read or am reading so far this year are better than any on this list from 2018… with one exception:

The most important book I read in 2018

I read a decent amount of books this year, I mean when i was younger, I probably would have considered it a ton of books. Most of the books I read were good, but not great. In the last few years there have been some books I would consider some of the best books I have ever read.

But none of those books would compare to the book I read this year – the Bible.

I don’t include the Bible in my list of best of books because that would be unfair – all other books are judged based on how well it conveys truths of the Bible after all.
But this year my perspective was a little different because I read the whole Bible this year. I have read the whole thing before… and had read good chunk of it several times- but this was the first time in a while that I read thru the whole Bible in a year.

Soo & I did a reading plan together from the youversion app. I found one that was only 3-4 ch/day, and included both OT & NT readings each day (until the last month). The reading plan took us thru the OT once and the NT twice. IT also did the OT in mostly cronological order and was purposeful in the NT readings, splitting the Gospels apart, and connecting often to the OT readings.

Going thru the Bible again – especially in a more cronological order gave a refreshed perspective. It was amazing to see just how much Justice is mentioned, how much the Gospel comes out throughout the whole book. And the depth of story that is there. There is nothing boring about it.

The Bible itself is a good book. The stories are fascinating. IT is encouraging. It teaches good habits & practices.

Yet it is supremely important because it points us to Christ, reveals who God is and what is important to Him.

The Bible is the most important book for us to read – because when we just read Christian books- we tend to choose subjects we like or topics we are already hearing about. Reading through the Bible gives depth and width. It expands our understanding. We need to continue to go into God’s Word to hear from Him, but also so we don’t stop hearing from Him – so we don’t get dulled to it. – The More we read the Bible, the more we enjoy it! We can forget how good it is, we can forget how important it is, and we can forget what it says.

Others can write things in eloquent ways, but it may not be Biblical- even if it sounds good or sounds right. The Bible is our ultimate authority. It is God’s very Word for us!

 

Other than the Bible, The best books i read were kids books –  Good Pictures, Bad Pictures Jr – a must read i think in this generation & culture  and God’s Very Good Idea by Trilla Newbill ( I wrote about it mid-year, you can read it here).

Most of the books i read were good ideas too, but missed the mark in some way- either too technical, not deep enough or something.

Tech Wise family and Restoring at Risk Communities should get better review from me- but it didn’t have much power in it.

I was mostly disapppointed by the books i have read in 2018. They weren’t bad, they just weren’t that good either. There were some powerful things in restoring at risk communities, but it was tedious a good part. Prophetic Lament was so hard, tho there was some good stuff in it. Even the kids sbooks which i liked weren’t thsat great. CS Lewis Dawn treader was so hard to read for most of it…. Russell Moore gave a me a lot to think about in Onward, but mostly it dragged on. I always like Larry Crabb, but Different kind of happiness wasn’t that great. Overrated had some good nuggets in it, but that too was overrated. I didn’t think much of make, matuure multiply at the time, but maybe it was better… Art of Neighboring also gave some good ideas, but also wasn’t necessarily the most practical or Biblical or Gospel-centered… Minority Report Soo loves, but i don’t relate as well…

I felt like read a diverse group, but it was still mostly white male

Including some books I worked on:
5 Asian men
1 black female kids book, 2 white female kids books
2 black male (though one is a collaboration that includes females and a white guy)
1 black female
11 white male

i read 18 books, 20 if you include those kids books (more if you include some of the other kids books)
Here is my Top Twelve (*13)

  1. Tech wise family  by Andy Crouch        8.5/10
  2. Restoring at Risk Communities  by John Perkins & others   8.5/10
  3. Overrated by Eugene Cho    8+/10
  4. Go, Do, Say, Give by Keith Bubalo 8+/10
  5. Navigating God’s wisdom by Tim Keller   8-7.5/10
  6. Gospel according to Daniel by Bryan Chappel 7.5/10
  7. Onward by Russel Moore 7.5-8/10
  8. A Cry of Hope, A Call to Action by Charles Gilmer  7.5-8/10
  9. Minority Experience by Adrian Pei  7.5-8/10
  10. Make, Mature, Multiply 7.5-8/10
  11. Art of Neighboring by 7.5-8/10
  12. Unbelivable Gospel by Dodson  7.5/10
  13. Different kind of happiness by Larry Crabb 7.5/10

i hope this helps… check out my good reads for more… maybe this year i’ll write more as the years goes on and as i am reading to be helpful to you.

 

  1. Thoughts that make the heart sing  by Sally Lloyd-Jones  7/10
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My top tv shows & movies of 2018

All the award shows just recently happened, so i guess it is not TOO late for me to post about 2018. I actually wrote some of this in December, then wanted to post in Jan… and well, i never  got around it, then it felt late, and dumb… but i am going to go ahead and post anyway, b/c really this is for me to look back on anyway…

The Oscars was just broadcast- and i don’t think anyone cared. Yes, Brenda Jenkins from 227 won an award, and greenbook looks like a good movie, but whatever…

When i pick my movies, it is what i saw…

But I am more of a tv show watcher… the movies i want to see are all so serious, and I never feel like watching them.

We watched more tv than ever this year. The kids watch a lot- more than i should let them, more than i want to let them- and i watch some with them – in fact i enjoy the shows better than they do sometimes. Soo watches a ton too- but i don’t watch much with her b/c she mostly watched Korean dramas…

We do watch a lot togther, b/c after a long day, i just want to relax. Soo is often too tired to talk. And i am too tired to work.

My rankings are not just based on quality of the show, but influence on our lives and how it helped us as a family or what i felt bc of the show- and hopefully we can even glorify God and grow in faith thru it too.
Quality of the show does influence it. i like a good story/plot. i like an interesting story line wih plot twists. i want good characters and character development. But i probably mostly want to laugh.

Top Tv shows of the year

12. Skylanders or Community

I couldn’t keep up with the kids on skylanders, didn’t have hulu long enough to watch enough Community. Both had entertainment value though. Skylanders theme song was the best

11. Pokemon

I don’t really care for Pokemon, but the kids were always watching it. And i would get drawn in here or there, and i wanted to know what the kids loved so much… and Halle would always ask if i could name 50 pokemon – i may be getting closer

10. The Office

I generally have not liked the Office, have often spoke out against it, but i kinda enjoyed it this year. I watched with Soo, so that is fun. i think i watched a season’s worth throughout the year, Soo would watch a season in a week or two. 

9. Get Up

I think i could have enjoyed this show more if i watched it more. Not always great, but sports.

8. Ninjago

This is one kids show that is really good. The plot is great, a lot of twists, good humor, appropriate for kids and adults. Again unfortunately i couldn’t keep up with the kids! That may have made it more enjoyable for me bc i was trying to figure out what was going on.

7. Fresh off the Boat

It was the year Constance Wu hit it big with Crazy Rich Asians. And Randall Park had a pretty big role in Ant-man and the Wasp. Fresh off the Boat was… slightly better than average. We loved the first season, didn’t do much season 2, came back season 3 and enjoyed a few episodes, but it never became like much watch. Still love the Asian story lines

6. Brooklyn 99

Brooklyn 99 got lots of news in 2018…and i didn’t watch it all the time… but whenever i watched I always laughed… and they do  good job with the story and character development. If I watched it more it may have been higher

5. black~ish

Not as amazing as I used to think, but still good. Still teach a lot, make you think, tackle issues and give you laughs. All the marriage trouble though, well like i said earlier we mostly want to watch tv to get away from problems, and it wasn;t as light-hearted and fun

4. Voltron

We caught up on several seasons, but didn’t finish. The show continued to develop character and plot. There were some real funny episodes in there as well.

3. Kim’s Convenience

I think any other year I would put this #1. Others may not like it as much as we do, but it did still win awards in Canada, so i think it is good. Soo asked if i just watched for her or if i I actually enjyed it – i enjoyed it. The characters did remind me of her and her family- she was an art majo, her parents own a business. They’re Korean.
As I wrote above: My rankings are not just based on quality of the show, but influence on our lives and how it helped us as a family- and you’ll see that with most of the higher ranked.

2. The Good Place

This is the one show, that is just ranked so high because it is SOOOO good! I even watched it by myself. Eventually Soo decided to watch, and i watched most of it again with her. I watched all 3 seasons. It took me a while to get into it, but all the reviews were great, so i kept watching. And it kept getting better!
I don’t know what they are going to do next, which makes it good too.
The show is funny, but mostly it makes me think. It makes me think about what others think about life, relationships and God. I highly recommend this show!

1. ATH

Unfortunate for the other shows but 2018 has to belong to Around The Horn. We watched most every day for a season of time. Soo finally watched sports with me, and even the kids got into a bit. It was so life-giving to watch sports but also have my family watch too!

Movies & Music of the year

This was the year of the Movie Event. There was Culmination of Marvel Movies with Infinity Wars… but before that was the bigger event of Black Panther- the Black cast for a Super hero movies was a big deal. Then in the Summer was the All Asian cast fo Crazy Rich Asians.  And the return of the Incredibles. There weren’t a lot of critically acclaimed movies really. Or animated masterpieces.
We did watch a some movies with the kids, but they were mostly ones we saw over and over again.
We did watch some of the nominated movies from the year before. And they were good. But they were’t all that enjoyable! I mean Casey Affleck was incredible in Manchester by the Sea, he made me very depressed. Denzel was good in Fences- i really didn’t like him.

There were 5 movies that stood out- 10s even. Some that were entertaining in some ways, othes were kinda blah

Movies

  1. Black Panther
  2. Thor Ragnorak
  3. Spider-man Homecoming
  4. The Greatest Showman
  5. The Hate U Give

 

Good i guess

  1. Ant-man and the Wasp
  2. Crazy Rich Asians
  3. Great Debaters

Well done, but not enjoyable

  1. Manchester by the Sea

Not that great, but somehow enjoyable in some way

  1. Table 17
  2. Pride & Prejudice & Zombies
  3. Horrible Bosses
  4. Alexander and the terrible not so good day
  5. The Martian
  6. Arrival

others

  1. Avengers infinity wars
  2. Fences

 

Music

i don’t get to listen to too much music anymore,  at least not like i used to, and when i do hear a good 90’s song- which i do hear more of now b/c it is retro, or an old emo song – i miss it.
Still there were some good songs i remember off the radio…

  1. Wreckless love of God  ~Cory Asbury
  2. Known     ~Tauren Wells
  3. Give your Justice

  4. Rewrite the stars           ~The Greatest Showman
  5. King of my heart ( you are good oh oh, you’re never gonna let me down)
  6. Do it Again      ~Elevation Music

  7. Build my life (Holy there is no one like you)      ~Passion
  8. What a beautiful name      ~Hillsong
  9. A million dreams       ~The Greatest Showman

  10. O Come to the Altar      ~ Elevation
  11. Joy      ~King & Country
  12. This is me      ~The Greatest Showman
  13. Tremble
  14. Hills & Valleys      ~ Tauren Wells
  15. Never enough      ~ The Greatest Showman

  16. HolyGod
  17. Jesus, we love you
  18. From Now On      ~ The Greatest Showman

  19. Who you say i am
  20. The greatest show      ~ The Greatest Showman
  21. The other side             ~ The Greatest Showman

  22. You say      ~ Lauren Daigle

  23. Even if       ~ Mercy Me

 

The most important book I read in 2018

The most important book I read in 2018

I read a decent amount of books this year, I mean when i was younger, I probably would have considered it a ton of books. Most of the books I read were good, but not great. In the last few years there have been some books I would consider some of the best books I have ever read.

But none of those books would compare to the book I read this year – the Bible.

I don’t include the Bible in my list of best of books because that would be unfair – all other books are judged based on how well it conveys truths of the Bible after all.

But this year my perspective was a little different because I read the whole Bible this year. I have read the whole thing before… and had read good chunk of it several times- but this was the first time in a while that I read thru the whole Bible in a year.

Soo & I did a reading plan together from the youversion app. I found one that was only 3-4 ch/day, and included both OT & NT readings each day (until the last month). The reading plan took us thru the OT once and the NT twice. IT also did the OT in mostly cronological order and was purposeful in the NT readings, splitting the Gospels apart, and connecting often to the OT readings.

Going thru the Bible again – especially in a more cronological order gave a refreshed perspective. It was amazing to see just how much Justice is mentioned, how much the Gospel comes out throughout the whole book. And the depth of story that is there. There is nothing boring about it.

The Bible itself is a good book. The stories are fascinating. IT is encouraging. It teaches good habits & practices.

Yet it is supremely important because it points us to Christ, reveals who God is and what is important to Him.

The Bible is the most important book for us to read – because when we just read Christian books- we tend to choose subjects we like or topics we are already hearing about. Reading through the Bible gives depth and width. It expands our understanding. We need to continue to go into God’s Word to hear from Him, but also so we don’t stop hearing from Him – so we don’t get dulled to it. – The More we read the Bible, the more we enjoy it!We can forget how good it is, we can forget how important it is, and we can forget what it says.

Others can write things in eloquent ways, but it may not be Biblical- even if it sounds good or sounds right. The Bible is our ultimate authority. It is God’s very Word for us!

The thing about 2018

(Note this was not made public until Mar 2019, the first few paragraphs were sent with our Christmas card)

2018 has been a good year for us. 

In ministry, lots of students attend our events, they are growing in faith, a number of students have come to Christ and begun to grow, several were sent out into mission, and we have had good conversations about Jesus with many from all over the world!

At home, Josiah decided to follow Jesus and got baptized. Halle got her tonsils out and is maturing, while Paige is more and more at home. We also have hosted an exchange student from China and a two weeks ago discovered God is growing our family by growing a baby in Soo’s belly!

God has been growing us as well. We read thru the Bible in a year, have learned a lot about God’s heart for Justice and seen God’s goodness, faithfulness and provision.

There were many challenges at home for sure, but not a very stressful year or eventful year… and overall a pretty good year…

It was a year where we saw God work a lot
A year where we saw some places we could speak into
A year with a good amount of encouragement from others
A year w/o too many problems
A year of growing in cultural awareness

I don’t remember much about January… there was some really good football… and then Purdue showing a lot of promise before disappointing again… Hurricane Harvey relief, which was exhausting… our van had to get a new transmission, but You provided before hand… Impact continued to grow… and then summer mission we got to do a lot with ethnic minorities and internationals and we begun thinking about moving to ATL… Halle got her tonsils out, we went to aTL for cultural competnecy, Benoy & Rose and kids came to visit, Mark came in, school year started for kids and campus, Cook out, Josiah got baptized, one year anniversary of City Hope, vacation in TC, Purdue beats Ohio State, Destiny came to Christ, Halle’s bday, Josh came to Christ, went to a Purdue football game, found out we’re pregnant…

So…

Overall themes- good, fruitful, encouraging, cultural awareness

Highlights of 2018

Top Tv shows of 2018

Best Books of 2018

Music & movies of 2018

Person the year

 

Highlights of 2018

  1. Josiah decided to believe & follow Jesus, invites Christ into his heart, gets baptized MayAug
  2. Halle gets her tonsils out, has less tantrums, still not fully sure about God, thinks it is somewhat boring, but also exhibits growing faith, sees God answer prayer, expresses love for God Jul-Aug
  3. Soo gets to meet with multiple girls, sees some growth, Destiny comes to Christ Oct-Dec
  4. Octavia leads more, leads many to Christ, interns on our team and with our church Feb…
  5. Chicago Summer Mission – very encouragring, working with ethnic minority students, sharing the gospel with internationals, kids having fun, cool stuff in the city May-Jul
  6. Saw a lot of family: Benoy & Rose visited, saw Becky & Jobin in Chicago, Christeen in Atl… Benny Uncle in Houston, also other friends in Houston Jun-Aug
  7. Read thru the Bible in a year Jan-Dec
  8. Hunter – loves God, others, world, leads ppl to Christ, goes to India all yr…
  9. Relaxing vacation in TC Oct
  10. Found out we’re pregnant Dec
  11. Josh comes to Christ, starts foundations, registers for national conference Sep-Dec
  12. Cultural competency training in Atlanta, learning more about culture July…
  13. Impact growing, consistently 60 students, 30 going to National Conference Aug-De
  14. Purdue sports Feb, Oct
  15. Ticket to Ride Oct
  16. The Good Place, other tv shows Aug…

 Or at mid-year i said: Highlights so far?

  1. Doing EV- it was fun
  2. Daily Bible readings
  3. Saying goodnight & i love you to the kids each night and them saying i know and i love you too
  4. Soo watching ATH with me
  5. Chicago Summer Mission
    1. Doing EV w ppl who had never heard the gospel before
    2. Doing EV w ppl from different countries and cultures
    3. Having times with minority students
    4. Fun times w kids – museums, parks, etc
    5. Dates w Soo
    6. Some good food
    7. Kids making friend

      or
  1. Wreslting with Josiah
  2. Seeing Halle be kind to others
  3. Octavia leading 20 people to Christ during her talk
  4. Chicago Summer Mission
    1. Finding a niche
    2. Enjoying ministry
    3. Getting a lot of positive feedback and encouragement
    4. Dates w Soo
    5. Kids making friends and having fun
    6. Good food
    7. Seeing family and doing lots of stuff
    8. Guys i discipled
  5. Josiah turning the corner on things
    1. Learned to ride bike w.o training wheels
    2. Learned to swim w/o floaties
    3. Came out of his shell with friends
    4. Started reading
  6. Halle doing so well on school- all A’s
  7. Seeing some family throughout the summer: Becky, Christeen, Benoy
  8. Atlanta trip
    1. Cultural Competency training
    2. Time to rest and process
    3. Ken
    4. Paul
    5. Good food
    6. Other people
    7. Civil rights museum

then there was…

  1. Halle got her tonsils out – starting to sleep better
  2. Watching Thor ragnorak at Pruis
  3. Hurricane Harvey Houston trip
       Seeing old friends
       Seeing Benoy
       Seeing your provision
       Students going
       Students leading
       Impact & Cru students bonding
       Students learning & growing
  4. Filters of hope- though i didn’t go, hearing the stories
  5. Paige potty-training herself
  6. Orphan Care ministry growing
  7. MLK 50
  8. Huge tax refund and healthy staffaccount
  9. Watching black panther in the theatre
  10. Confronting some sin and seeing some growth
  11. D-ship, students growing
  12. Ninjago
  13. Fogo De Chao w our staff team

Mostly just a good year…

 

 

 

the one with nfl draft 2018 predictions

The Nfl draft is starting in a few minutes, and for some reason i hve been obsessed with it… i guess i enjoy the process…

Here are my predictions… not what i would do, though not entirely what they will do, because i think real life GM’s are idiots… i don’t know why they don’t adopt more of college football, or be more creative…

If it was me, i would pick Josh Rosen. Saquon BArkley is amazing, and if i was the Browns i’d likely take him first, and see which QB i get at 4… or draft 2 QB’s… though maybe one would be Lamar Jackson, who  i also think could be amazing – if he gets the chance…

anywho… here are my predictions

Predictions

  1. Clev Sam Darnold
    they can’t be stupid enough to take Allen, not smart enough to take Rosen. Darnold is the safe play
  2. NYG Saquon Barkley
    Perhaps they want a QB of the future, but they think they can still win now. Saquon is the best player in the draft, and he makes Eli better. Sure, good RB’s can be found later, but so can anyone else. This guy is unreal. That being said they could take Chubb, since DE is weak and RB are plenty in this particular draft, but Saquon is just too good to pass up and a local kid
  3. NYJ Josh Rosen
    starts by the end of the season, 1st QB in class to make pro bowl, worth the investment. 
  4. Clev Bradley Chubb
    Not as exciting as getting Saquon, but Browns fan should still be happy
  5. Den Josh Allen
    Looks like a guy Elways would be fascinated by – big arm, some athleticism, under some tutilege he may be ok
  6. Buf (proj trade) Baker Mayfield
    I think McDermont likes his grit, winds up starting by end of the season
  7. TB Derwin James
    I gotta think Saquon is their dream, but Derwin is 1b – biggest need, local guy, freak athlete
  8. Chi Quenton Nelson
    Interior lineman generally don’t get taken this high, but solid pick, lot of connection- dream pick
  9. Balt (proj trade)  Lamar Jackson
    Balt has a lot of needs, so they could trade down, but i think they’ll grab a QB this draft. It has been said that defensive minded QB’s go for the athletic QB’s like Jackson  – plus brother HArbaugh could help
  10. Oak Roquan Smith
    MLB big need, great player, smart pick
  11. Mia Minkah Fitzpatrick
    I really want Miami to go for Lamar Jackson, but Minkah is too perfct for them, rumored to be a top 4 pick, hard to pass up
  12. In (proj trade) Vita Vea
    Bit of a surprise pick, but the best D’s these days have a dominant DT. Vita Vea is a freak
  13. Was Calvin Ridley
    He could be top ten or 2nd rd. but Bama WR’s really haven’t disappointed
  14. GB Denzel Ward
    Just like Marshon Lattimore last year, potential top 4 pick, that falls, and winds up in perfect place… i could see GB trading up to get him, he seems natural here
  15. Az Mason Rudolph
    BRadford & Glennon are not long term solutions, Rudolph  is identical, have slotted Lamar Jackson, which would be smarter, but i’ll pick a surprise
  16. SF (proj trade) Tremaine Edmunds
    They need someone to replace Reuben Foster  – i hae them taking Edmunds at 9, may be a surprise if he is here at 16
  17. NE (proj trade) Mike McGlichey
    After losing Nate Solder, i think they may actually trade up to make sure they get the guy they want
  18. Sea Marcus Davenport
    Just lost Bennet, Pete Carrol likes players like this
  19. Dal Courtland Sutton
    Dez is gone, give Dak a target, may be a reach
  20. Det Josh Jackson
    Huge need at CB, midwest guy
  21. Cin Will Hernandez
    They never recovered after losing two top lineman last year, they address it this year
  22. Ind Harold Landry
    They miss out on Chubb but they get 2nd best pash rush here
  23. Atl (proj trade) Da’Ron Payne
    Pats always trade down, and this seems like a perfect fit for ATL, a steal this low
  24. Car Mike Hughes
    Good tough CB,
  25. TB (prj trade) Derrius Guice
    After dropping D Martin, RB is priority, may need to trade up higher to get him
  26. NE Leighton VanDer Veigh
    Seems like a Patriot guy
  27. Clev (proj trade) Jaire Alexander
    CB may be biggest need for a team w/ many needs, this feels like a player they’d target
  28. Pit Rashaan Evans
    Steelers type player, though Ronnie Harrison could be here too
  29. Jac Christian Kirk
    They need a fast WR to spread the D and open up the O
  30. Min Billy Price
    Interior lineman have gone quickly,  may be this won’t be the way this turns out
  31. Sd (prj trade) Ronnie HArrison
    They have needed a safety for a while, they may take him in teens
  32. Phi Connor Williams
    A steal for them, long-term play 
  33. Clev Kolton Miller
    Replacement for Joe Thomas? Hardly, but will help
  34. NYG Isaiah Wynn
    they may prefer a DE, but 1st rd talent
  35. NO (prj trade) Hayden Hurst
    Land another weapon for their offense
  36. Ind Donte Jackson
    Gaping hole at CB, fastest one available
  37. Ind Duke Ejifor
    Continue to build their D
  38. Tn (prj trade) Sam Hubbard
    OSU grad like Vrabel
  39. Chi Justin Reid
    They have a couple corners locked up, but still need help in the secondary
  40. Den Sony Michelle
    Released CJ Anderson, RB a huge need
  41. Oak Taven Bryan
    Big physical lineman
  42. Mia Maurice Hurst
    Some health concerns, but that doesn’t stop Dolphins, coulda been a 1st rd pick
  43. Buf (prj trade) DJ Moore
    Need some receivers for their new QB’s
  44. Was Isaiah Oliver
    Nickel CB to replace
  45. GB Rasheem Green
  46. Cin Lorenzo Carter
  47. Az James Washington
  48. SD Malik Jefferson
  49. NE (prj trade) Kyle Luletta
    Doesn’t it just seem destined
  50. Dal Dallas Goedert
    Dallas to Dallas, Jason Witten won’t last forever
  51. Det Harison Phillips
    Their D needs so much help,
  52. BAlt Orlando BRown
    Match made in heaven
  53. Ind (prj trade) Ronald Jones
    Get their RB
  54. KC Dorrance Armstong
    Have to replace those LBs, Kansas guy
  55. Car Bates
    Continue to improve their secondary
  56. Buf Arden Key
    Big talent, with so many picks can afford to go for it
  57. TN Baker
    Bit of a stretch, but fits
  58. NE (prj trade) Nick Chubb
    Type of solid RB these guys take to build winners
  59. SF DJ Chark
    big speedy guy
  60. Pit Terrell Edmunds
    Good hard-hitting Safety
  61. JAc MArk andrews
    Offensive weapon
  62. Min Sweat
    this guy is mocked as a 1st rd pick or 4th rd pick
  63. Atl (prj trade) Carlton Davis
  64. Clev Anthony Averett
    Another speedy corner 
  65. NE (prj trd) Mike Giseki
    The type of TE Pats like
  66. NYG D’Shawn Hand
  67. Buf (prj trade) O’Neil
  68. Hou James Daniel
    Could be a 1st rd pick
  69. NYG Settle
  70. SF Kerryon Johnson
    Feels like a good match, may take earlier
  71. Denv T Crosby
  72. NYJ Deon Cain
  73. Mia rashaad penny
    The rb steal a number of teams may be targetting here
  74. SF Corbett
  75. Oak Pettis
  76. GB Braden Smith
  77. Cin Rankin
  78. KC Tyquan Lewis
  79. Az Okrowono
  80. Hou Jamarco Jones
  81. Dal Nick Nelson
  82. Det Josey Jewell
    LB help
  83. Balt St Brown
  84. SD White
    QB for future
  85. Car Anthony Miller
    Still need receivers
  86. KC Ragnow
  87. LA Duke Dawson
  1. Car Tony Brown