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RHP Kyle Wright

With a 6'4", 200-pound frame and a four-pitch mix that has a chance to be above-average or better across the board, Wright has all the makings of a future ace.

The No. 5 pick in the 2017 draft opened the season in Double-A, and he's gone 5-7 with a 4.18 ERA and 89 strikeouts in 88.1 innings —strong results considering how aggressively he's been pushed.

Wright might have the highest ceiling in a deep stable of Atlanta pitching prospects and he's a viable blockbuster centerpiece.

LHP Luiz Gohara (No. 3 ATL prospect, No.41 MLB prospect)

LHP Luiz Gohara

Few left-handed pitching prospects have the pure stuff of Gohara. He can touch triple-digits with his fastball and backs it with a wipeout slider and an improving changeup.

The continued improvement of his changeup and overall command will determine his ultimate ceiling, but power lefties don't grow on trees, and worst-case scenario, he'd be a major weapon out of the bullpen.

High-floor starter Kolby Allard could also be a fit as the second piece of this package. Gohara offers more upside, though.

OF Cristian Pache (No. 8 ATL prospect, No. 99MLB prospect)

OF Cristian Pache

Now that Ronald Acuna has moved to the majors, Pache is the top outfield prospect in the system and a precocious prospect in his own right.

Still just 19, he's already playing at High-A Rockstud Spike quiltedleather belt bag Valentino AuD7u
, where he's hitting .270 with 24 extra-base hits. His speed and defense are his best present tools, but he has a chance as a plus hitter as well, with at least some playable gap power.

According to MLB.com , he has a chance to become an " All-Star-caliber player," and that's the type of upside the Mets should be looking for.

RHP Touki Toussaint (No. 10 ATL prospect)

RHP Touki Toussaint

Drafted No. 16 overall in 2014, Toussaint was one of the youngest players in the class and he just turned 22 last month.

MLB.com wrote: "The Braves feel Toussaint grew more emotionally than perhaps any other starting pitching prospect in their system in 2017. He came to baseball, and pitching, a bit later than many, which might be a reason why adjustments have taken longer for him. He can get by with improper mechanics, but when he is in sync, he can dominate, and the Braves feel his athleticism will help him get there eventually, with a ceiling of a No. 2 starter."

He's still a work in progress, but the results are starting to match his upside, as he's gone 4-6 with a 2.93 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 107 strikeouts in 86 innings this season at Double-A Mississippi.

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SS Brendan Rodgers ( No. 1 COL prospect, No. 6 MLB prospect)

SS Brendan Rodgers

Randy Fichtner's offense might turn to Vance McDonald at tight end, but pretty much anybody should be able to get open with that cast of wideouts spacing the field and Bell a constant threat.

While the team is diverse and features elite players, Bell is in a possible contract year, Big Ben could regress at 36 and Pittsburgh sports a new coordinator, all of which keeps the Steelers just outside the top three.

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2018 Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael

Why change what works?

Pete Carmichael has served as coordinator since 2009 and will head the offense again in 2018 with a 39-year-old Drew Brees under center.

A year ago, Brees got to relax a bit, attempting 536 passes over 16 games, his first dip below the 600-mark since—get this—2009. He still threw for 4,334 yards with 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions, yet he turned most of the offense over to Rookie of the YearAlvin Kamara.

Kamara ran for 728 yards and eight touchdowns on only 120 attempts, boasting a 6.1-yard-per-carry average. He chipped in 81 catches on 100 targets, adding 826 yards and five scores.

While Kamara came up shy in rushing touchdowns behind Mark Ingram's 12, he tied Michael Thomas for the team lead in receiving scores with five.

All those guys return in 2018. And the big add is Cameron Meredith, a restricted free agent they swiped from the Chicago Bears. Meredith was a breakout stud in 2016, tallying 888 yards and four touchdowns before hurting his knee and missing 2017. Keep in mind those numbers came while catching passes fromMatt Barkley and Brian Hoyer.

Don't forget about interesting wideout depth in the form of Ted Ginn andBrandon Coleman, as well as third-round rookieTre'quan Smith. Brees is cooling off on the quantity, but the quality is still there, and with Meredith's breakout potential joining the fray, there is little defenses can do to stop it.

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2018 Offensive Coordinator: Mike Groh

Head coach Doug Pederson will still call the plays for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018, so swapping outFrank Reich forMike Groh won't knock them down the ranks.

How could it?Carson Wentz threw 33 touchdowns a year ago before tearing his ACL late in the campaign. Nick Foles picked up the slack with five touchdowns during the regular season before his run to the Lombardi Trophy, which featured six touchdowns and one interception.

Jay Ajayi returns to lead the backfield after turning 70 carries into a 5.8 average in seven games with the team. Receiver Alshon Jeffery is still around on a long-term deal after scoring nine touchdowns, as is the combo of wideoutNelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz, who both scored eight times. The offense also got a win in free agency with the addition of deep threat Mike Wallace , who averaged 14.4 yards per catch a season ago in Baltimore's weak attack.

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Accessible, affordable, integrated housing was the goal at ADAPT’s 2008 protest at HUD HQ

Tuesday May 8th at 11 am , ADAPT of Texas, as part of the national Our Homes, Our Voices campaign to support affordable housing, will be delivering accessible doors to our local, state and national government folks. We will meet up at 11 am in front of the Austin’s Neighborhood Housing and Community Development offices at 1000 East 11th ST and will go on from there! The doors covered with messages about why we support afordable, accessible, integrated housing – but there’s room for you to add your own message too.

Tuesday May 8th at 11 am 1000 East 11th ST

With HUD Secretary Carson wanting to raise rent on folks in Public Housing and add more barriers to push people out cause the waiting lists are so long, we need as many voices as possible.With the state of Texas killing our non-discrimination against people on vouchers city ordinance, we need as many voices as possible. With Austin gentrifying and becoming less affordable by the nano-second, we need as many voices as possible. So join us!

HUD Secretary Carson wanting to raise rent on folks in Public Housing

Check out the ADAPT of Texas Facebook page for more info… https://www.facebook.com/events/2021852021469370/

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ADAPT of Texas is heading to Yellow Jacket Stadium 3101 Hargrave St (across the street from the Millenium Center) tomorrow 4/28 from 11am to 1 pm for our annual Fun Run. We will be raising funds for ADAPT as well as other righteous groups in the area.

Later in May ADAPT folks who go to DC will be taking part in the Fun Run there, but this is our own cozy, local event. Ron Cranston, Fun Run coodinator, assures that a fun time will be had by all. Phil Coleman has a long line up of songs about running, walking and rolling all set to go (see his Facebook page for details.)

Fun Runners from many groups joined up on the track.

This year Ann Washington and the Washington Dart crew will be running in honor of Ann’s Sister Idar, who recently passed. CTD’s Dennis Borel will run, possibly in his shoes with toes! If Not Now has a fun runner entered, for the first but hopefully not last time. As usual Treasure City (the best thrift store on E 7th ST) will be there to support us, among others.

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In Cover 2, the cornerback is usually responsible for "containment," meaning that he is tasked with preventing any eligible receiver or ball carrier from running between him and the sideline. He funnels receivers toward the middle of the field and may physically "jam" them within five yards of the line of scrimmage in order to disrupt their assigned routes. If he determines that the offense is not attempting a running play or a pass into the flat, he then drops back to defend the secondary. This is often referred to as the "catch-and-run" technique. Typically, cornerbacks mirror each other's zone responsibilities. However, sometimes they play a "man-up" style of bump-and-run coverage designed to eliminate the short pass, where the receiver is forced to the near sideline, which is the opposite of the run-oriented "containment" style of Cover 2.

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defend their assigned deep thirds of the field, where the corners defend the outside third, (hence the term corner) while the safety defends the middle third. This allows the strong safety to address a full range of duties depending on what reads he makes coupled with the coverage called. These duties may simply include single or zone coverage, being a quarterback spy, providing extra run support in short yardage situations, or to stunt or blitz through a gap or from the end.

In a "Cover 4" each defensive back is responsible for covering his designated "deep fourth" of the field, while other defensive players are responsible for covering the underneath areas. Sometimes Cover 4 is used as a "prevent defense".

Variations of these coverages exist to counter the many styles of offenses a defense may face on any given week. For example, one variation of the Cover 2 allocates the weak-side corner (e.g.: typically the "right cornerback" when playing against right-handed quarterbacks) to cover half the field in order to free up a safety; the idea being to allow the safety to engage a different part of the field, blitz, contain, or spy. The strong side cornerback (the "left cornerback") may be in a variety of different alignments which may include "loose man", "man-under", or "man-up". Although these are forms of single coverage, more often than not his responsibility is usually limited to an initial jam and funnel with a subsequent drop back into the "void". This pie-shaped slice of field is included with your most basic 2 Deep Zone coverage. One interesting aspect sometimes encountered with Cover 2 is that it is possible for one corner to be in a zone coverage, where he funnels and drops into the void, while another may be in man coverage. However, your basic garden variety 2 Deep Zone usually employs the two safeties to share half the field responsibilities, with the two corners funneling.

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When a cornerback is attempting to jam or funnel a receiver, he is trying to disrupt the receiver's route at the line of scrimmage. Many routes are precisely coordinated between the quarterback and the receiver, to the point that a quarterback may throw the ball without looking, knowing his receiver will be in an exact spot after a certain time. Jamming will disrupt the timing between the two, which provides the defense with extra time to sack the quarterback (sometimes called a "coverage sack"), or force an ill-timed throw that misses the target. In addition, a proper jam allows the safety or linebacker to provide stronger run support because he then has more time to drop back into zone coverage in the event of a pass. In other words, he has been granted more time by the corner to recover from his mistakes if he anticipates a run when in fact the play is a pass.

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