The most gratifying and surprising moment of the draft for me was when WR Scott Miller was picked in the 6th round. I can't think of anyone else on the known universe ( if there is let me know) who discussed and hyped Miller more in the pre draft process than yours truly so on a personal level it was not only a great relief but especially rewarding. But Miller didn't appear out of thin air. Our ace college football analyst member TwentyTwo has reported on Miller his entire college career. The moral of the story is for outstanding young white athletes, CF has their back. I for one will do everything in my power to shout from the highest rooftops for worthy white athletes. So it was nice to see something great happen after all of the effort put in promoting a player like Miller. The second biggest surprise was Trace McSorley. Officially no white RBs were drafted but both McSorley and Taysom Hill follow the tradition of Paul Hornung so to a certain extent they are RBs. It is just that they can walk and chew gum at the same time making them multiple threats. Most here probably agree that the biggest disaster of the draft was David Sills not getting drafted. And I for one have never gotten excited about UDFAs. I know some here do. Yes I know about Thielen and Hogan and Alex Erickson,(the latter should have been drafted) etc. but to me it is still a needle in the haystack ordeal. For every success story there are thousands of white players who never get a sniff. I can't be bothered. When it does happen I rejoice but I never pin my hopes on it happening. But in the case of WR David Sills it is a hand in glove situation. The Bills have a lousy bunch of split end/flankers and in this rare case I actually think things will work out. If I was a betting man I would say Sills will be on their 53 man roster this season. And likely sooner rather than later. There were 64 players from the SEC that were drafted which is a record. Not all were black of course but most were. The SEC is the main caste power source and it keeps on ticking. The SEC and teams like LSU are like the backyard for the NFL. Bad stuff. No doubt this draft had some mystifying moments beginning with what Tampa Bay and Arizona pulled. But teams with great uncertainty stepped up more than they usually do and that would be Miami with their new black HC and the Giants. Both teams secured QBs for the future despite the carping from the media about both Daniel Jones and Josh Rosen. Then they picked outstanding athletic white LBs, both from Wisconsin. Miami also got FB Chandler Cox from Auburn who looks like he could play all over the field. And I think I have this right, Seattle, of all teams , was the only team to draft two white defenders which is surprising on more than one front. And the Steelers didn't have what you would call a big time Honky draft but they secured a big TE in Zach Gentry and a hyper feisty edge player in Sutton Smith. With a little distance I can say this was one of the better drafts from an anti caste perspective. And kudos to Mike Mayock again. The Raiders came through in a big way.