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Who's the best available for #30 right now?

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All the guys I kind of liked were taken- Bitsko, Jarvis, Walker....


I'd take Jared Kelley if he's still around.   I'd take JT Ginn at #39- that would be a total steal and make me feel better about Kjerstad....


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