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Killexams : BCS Certificate mock - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/CISMP-V9 Search results Killexams : BCS Certificate mock - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/CISMP-V9 https://killexams.com/exam_list/BCS Killexams : 2022 college football: A look at BCS simulation standings ahead of Week 7

No. 8 Tennessee (5-0, 2-0 SEC) will host No. 1 Alabama (6-0, 3-0 SEC) Saturday at Neyland Stadium in Week 7.

Kickoff is slated for 3:30 p.m. EDT. CBS will televise the Southeastern Conference matchup.

Ahead of Week 7, BCS Know How released Bowl Championship Series simulated rankings. The BCS formula was used during 1998-2013 FBS seasons to determine the top two teams to play in a national championship game.

Tennessee defeated Florida State, 23-16, in the inaugural BCS national championship game Jan. 4, 1999. The inaugural BCS national championship game was played in the Fiesta Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona.

PHOTOS: Tennessee defeats Florida State to win 1998 national championship

Below are BCS Know How’s top 15 simulated BCS standings ahead of Week 7.

Alabama 0.9677

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Georgia 0.9557

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Ohio State 0.9349

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Clemson 0.8497

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Michigan 0.8357

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Tennessee 0.7579

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USC 0.7349

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Oklahoma State 0.7301

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Ole Miss 0.6887

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Penn State 0.5861

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Oregon 0.5463

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TCU 0.5186

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UCLA 0.5078

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Wake Forest 0.4259

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North Carolina State 0.4122

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Mon, 10 Oct 2022 05:36:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://sports.yahoo.com/2022-college-football-look-bcs-171744027.html Killexams : 2022-23 Fantasy Basketball Mock Draft 2.0: The remix — who's up and who's down?

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Editor’s note: Not all players will have accompanying analysis after their pick.

Without further ado, the first pick in the 2022-2023 fantasy basketball draft goes to …

1.01 Nikola Jokic – C, Denver Nuggets

No surprise here. Jokic is a fantasy basketball cheat code after posting a historic 27.1 points, 13.8 rebounds, 7.9 assists, 1.3 threes and 2.4 stocks  (steals plus blocks) per game with 58/34/81 shooting splits last season. He had the highest single-season Box Plus/Minus (BPM) in NBA history and is the unanimous first-overall pick here.

1.02 Joel Embiid – PF/C, Philadelphia 76ers

Coming off his best statistical season and playing a career-high 68 games, Embiid will be the focal point of a fantasy-friendly Sixers offense. As one of the most dominant big men in the league, he finished fourth in the NBA in double-doubles with 2.7 stocks on the defensive end. He should have no issues replicating a top-three performance on a per-game and totals basis if he can play at least 60 games this year.

1.03 Kevin Durant – SF/PF, Brooklyn Nets

Durant finished second on a per-game basis in 2021-22, and he’ll continue to see a 30 percent usage rate this season. I expect the Nets to finish top-10 in Pace and Offensive Rating, and KD will lead the way. He checks every box for fantasy basketball.

1.04 Giannis Antetokounmpo – PF/C, Milwaukee Bucks

Giannis is the only player in NBA history to average at least 25 points, 10.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 1.0 steal and 1.0 block in multiple seasons, and he’s done it four years in a row. He finished 10th on a per-game basis last season, but an uptick in three-pointers made while shooting over 72% from the free-throw line will help justify drafting him here.

1.05 Luka Doncic – PG/SG, Dallas Mavericks

Luka Magic is in effect. Yeah, he’s known to turn the ball over at a high rate and miss a ton of free throws, but I’m buying his numbers after the Kristaps Porzingis trade. 31.3 points, 9.5 rebounds, 8.1 assists with 3.9 threes and 1.0 steal. He’s ripe for an MVP-like season.

1.06 Jayson Tatum – SF/PF, Boston Celtics (Original Pick: No.7)

I moved Tatum up in my latest mock draft because I think he’ll be more valuable outside of scoring and threes than Stephen Curry. He’ll command a higher usage rate, shoots a higher percentage from the field, and can check every box, similar to Kevin Durant.

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Original take: Still only 24 years old, Tatum put up career-highs in points, rebounds and assists last year with a 32% usage rate. DAWG.

1.07 Stephen Curry – PG, Golden State Warriors (Original Pick: No.6)

The 2022 Finals MVP and four-time champion annually anchors the points, threes and free throw percentage categories in fantasy basketball. I project Curry’s minutes and usage will remain in the 30s as the centerpiece of one of the best teams in basketball.

1.08 Tyrese Haliburton – PG/SG, Indiana Pacers (Original Pick. No.9)

Haliburton moves up because Harden looks passive on offense. While he’s still a first-round pick, I’m moving Harden lower (as you’ll see below) as he’s becoming more of a facilitator at this stage in his career.

Original take: If you don’t know, now you know. I’ve seen Haliburton selected in the top five in industry expert drafts, but I’m comfortable grabbing him in the top 10. I’m teetering between Haliburton and LaMelo Ball in this spot, but the former is a good bet to average the most assists per game this year and score over 20 points per night with solid peripherals. In 18 games without Malcolm Brogdon last season, Haliburton tallied 18.6 points, 10.1 assists, 4.2 rebounds, 2.3 threes and 1.8 steals with 50/46/89 shooting splits. Breakout!

1.09 Damian Lillard – PG, Portland Trail Blazers

Lillard was 13th on my draft board, but he gets a substantial boost after Harden falls, LaMelo Balls ankle injury and Karl-Anthony Towns’ recovery from an illness. Lillard is healthy and has a better team, so fantasy managers should feel comfortable selecting Lillard as a top-10 pick.

1.10 Karl-Anthony Towns – PF/C, Minnesota Timberwolves (Original Pick. No. 11)

Towns gets a slight boost here from pick 11 as he’s back on the court and played well in his only preseason appearance. Now, Rudy Gobert was in street clothes, but Towns looks back to form despite the reported weight loss due to his illness — nineteen points with six rebounds and six assists in his preseason debut.

Original take: The Timberwolves’ frontcourt suddenly got crowded after they traded for Utah Jazz All-Star center and three-time Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert this offseason. Gobert’s presence should slide KAT to a true-stretch four, which has risks and benefits. He finished eighth on a per-game basis last year, but I’d expect his rebound numbers to drop slightly with a boost in made threes. KAT is accustomed to playing with an offensively limited frontcourt (Taj Gibson, Jarred Vanderbilt), so I’m not overly concerned about Gobert being in town. He should still be able to collect at least two stocks and be the best-shooting big man in the league. Forty-one percent from beyond the arc last year and 40% for this career, just sayin’.

1.11 James Harden – PG/SG, Philadelphia 76ers (Original Pick, No. 8)

My previous take had Harden “squarely in the top-10” conversation, but from what I’ve seen in the preseason, Harden is closer to last year’s version than the Harden of old. Still, he’s a first-round player for his cross-categorical contributions.

Original take: Harden’s decision to make less and return to Philly on a two-year deal shows he’s ready to ball. The hamstring injury that’s plagued him for two seasons is behind him, and he’s reportedly in great shape heading into this season. He was the only player in the NBA to post over 20+ points and 10+ assists per game in ’21-’22 and finished 15th on a per-game basis despite changing teams midseason and playing on a bum leg. A bounce-back should put him squarely in the top 10 in fantasy basketball.

1.12 LaMelo Ball – PG/SG, Charlotte Hornets (Original Pick: No. 9)

A sprained ankle will cost the dynamic point guard the first couple of weeks of the regular season. He’s moving down a few spots merely because of the injury. He should still be in line for another standout, All-Star-level season.

Original take: LaMelo Ball enters his third NBA season looking to build off career-highs in points, rebounds, assists, threes made, and FT%. He’s also among the league leaders in steals. The loss of Miles Bridges might decrease his passing numbers after accounting for 23% of Ball’s assists in ’21-’22, but there’s still plenty of opportunity to see a 30% usage while filling up the box score alongside Terry Rozier.

2.01 Devin Booker – SG/SF, Phoenix Suns

The Suns seem like they’re going through it, but I don’t think it’ll have much bearing on Devin Booker’s production this season. He’s in his prime and an improved playmaker who’s also a walking bucket.

2.02 Kyrie Irving – PG/SG, Brooklyn Nets

He’ll play more than 29 games this year, and the Nets new “big 3” looked great in Wednesday’s matchup versus the Bucks. Uncle Drew will get his, scoring-wise, but there’s still upside in him as a distributor and rebounder at the position. His high efficiency and sneaky steals make him an early second-round pick in my book.

2.03 1.15 Trae Young – PG, Atlanta Hawks (Original Pick. No. 12)

My suspicions are trending in the right direction, as Trae Young’s assists were not what we’ve come to expect in recent years. Granted, it’s the preseason, but I think Dejounte Murray will continue to eat into his assists despite being one of the best scorers in the league.

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Original take: Trae Young has a new backcourt mate in All-Star guard Dejounte Murray, but he should still be one of the best fantasy guards this upcoming season. He’s a volume scorer who ranked fourth in usage rate last year at 34.4. I expect Hawks head coach Nate McMillan to stagger Young and Murray’s minutes at the point but also provide Young the chance to work more off-ball to create better looks on the perimeter. He should still boast substantial fantasy numbers without much offense around him and Murray.

2.04 Kawhi Leonard – SG/SF/PF, Los Angeles Clippers

While this may seem high for a player coming off of injury, Kawhi is one of the best two-way players in fantasy while sporting elite shooting percentages. Paul George admitted that Kawhi is the alpha for the Clippers, and despite being load managed at times, he’s one of the best on a per-game basis in fantasy basketball.

2.05 Dejounte Murray – PG/SG, Atlanta Hawks

He might be better than Trae Young in fantasy this season. I’m here for another monster season, live from the A.

2.06 Anthony Davis – PF/C, Los Angeles Lakers

Will he play center or not? Not sure that it matters much for fantasy considering he just needs to STAY HEALTHY. Davis was a top-12 player on a per-game basis last season before getting injured so going back to the well. He’s too talented to go beyond the first 18 picks.

2.07 Paul George – SF/PF, Los Angeles Clippers

The run on perennial All-Stars continues. George is the second option of arguably the best roster in the Western Conference. He might take games off here and there, but PG, similar to Kawhi Leonard, is an exceptional two-way player. If he can cut down on his turnovers and Excellerate his shooting from the field, he could return to first-round value this year.

2.08 LeBron James – SF/PF, Los Angeles Lakers

The King is back and ready to make yet another run for a title. It helps that his teammates are healthy, and while his scoring will likely take a dip, he’s one of a handful of players capable of a triple-double every night.

2.09 Anthony Edwards – SG/SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

You’ll likely have to pay up for Ant-man, but he is undoubtedly in breakout territory. He’s well-positioned to make the jump into an All-Star this year. He’s a great source of points, steals, threes and his athleticism makes him a solid rebounder and blocker at his position.

2.10 Domantas Sabonis – PF/C, Sacramento Kings

Drafting a player from the Sacramento Kings this early may feel odd, but Sabonis is one of fantasy basketball’s most versatile big men. He won’t do a ton defensively, but he’ll be a reliable source of points, rebounds, assists and FG% as a second-round pick.

2.11 Fred VanVleet – PG/SG, Toronto Raptors

Minimal competition in the backcourt, plus he’ll likely be top five in minutes played. He’s a perfect selection when punting field-goal percentage (pair with Luka Doncic, perhaps?) but also will be among the league leaders in threes, steals and FT percentage.

2.12 Bam Adebayo – PF/C, Miami Heat

His assists are down since Kyle Lowry arrived, but he’s attempting more threes in the preseason than he has in his career. He is a nice grab here for his defensive stats and double-double potential.

3.01 Donovan Mitchell – PG/SG, Cleveland Cavaliers

Mitchell finished in the top 30 in per-game value last season and top 50 the year prior. The Cavs are deep, but he’ll be the primary scorer on one of the most fantasy-friendly teams in the league. I’m expecting his points to dip, but he’ll still be one of the better guards of fantasy.

3.02 Cade Cunningham – PG/SG, Detroit Pistons

One of my breakouts, so grabbing him as an early third-round pick is the way to go.

3.03 Pascal Siakam – PF/C, Toronto Raptors

Siakam is a stat stuffer who will finish in the top five in minutes played. He’s an ideal fit for any fantasy managers interested in punting blocks, rebounds, and FG%.

3.04 Rudy Gobert – C, Minnesota Timberwolves

3.05 DeMar DeRozan – SF/PF, Chicago Bulls

3.06 Ja Morant – PG, Memphis Grizzlies

3.07 Darius Garland – PG, Cleveland Cavaliers

He’s got the sauce, plus he’s an exceptional passer and facilitator who can score at will. He and Donovan Mitchell can thrive together and should make for one heck of a dynamic duo in fantasy. I’m still expecting him to be one of the top distributors but provide points, threes, steals and an elite FT percentage in category leagues.

3.08 Chris Paul – PG, Phoenix Suns

3.09 Jimmy Butler – SF/PF, Miami Heat

3.10 Bradley Beal – SG, Washington Wizards

3.11 Nikola Vucevic – C, Chicago Bulls

3.12 Zion Williamson – PF, New Orleans Pelicans

Zion tweaked his ankle in his last preseason game, but Pelicans HC Willie Green and Zion both said that “he’s doing fine.” I’m confident he is still worthy of being selected in the first three rounds.

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Killexams : Ukrainian Recruits Wage Mock Battles in U.K.

The recruits are part of a broader program started by the British government in June to train 19,000 Ukrainians in England. More than 5,700 recruits have completed the training. 

The European Union announced on Thursday that it plans to start a similar initiative, giving thousands of Ukrainians intensive training on E.U. soil.

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Killexams : 10 Video Games That Mock Bad Players

We are in a very interesting time when it comes to the debate of difficulty in video games. The likes of Dark Souls, Hotline Miami and Cuphead have been flying the flag for super hard titles that are gloriously satisfying to overcome after the hours of blind rage that they can make you feel.

At the same time, there is the important discussion about accessibility and, on top of that, does a game have to be hard? Couldn't FromSoftware just put a few more difficulty modes into Bloodborne so that more players stood a chance to appreciate it? Or does that water down the appeal?

It's a debate for another time certainly but some video games know where they stand when it comes to the skill expected out of a player.

It's not enough for some video games to expect a certain level of expertise. Sometimes, a title has to rub salt into the wound by telling you just how big of a failure you are. You thought making the same mistake over and over again was bad, how about if the game pointed that out to you?

In this list, we'll be exploring video games that have injured you and then insulted you for not being up to their high standards.

Whilst the second game in the series gets the most praise, Streets of Rage 3 released in the waning years of Sega’s 16bit console and provided a solid follow-up experience.

There’s two things that really stick the knife in with Streets of Rage 3’s “easy” mode. Like several titles of the era, Streets of Rage 3 ends early and removes its final few stages for its more inexperienced players.

At the end of stage 5 (of 7), the game comes to an unexpected end where most of the story strands aren’t resolved and the game badmouths you to boot. The defeated robotic boss of the previous stage slyly remarks “you play this game like a beginner” before ceasing function.

Firstly, this is clearly adding insult to injury for proud gamers who resigned themselves to playing on easy because they were struggling with the difficulty the game boots up with. However, in Japan (where it’s known as Bare Knuckle 3), this difficulty is Streets of Rage 3’s normal mode. So, you might well think bad of yourself for picking the easier route through the Mega Drive beat-em-up but you’re actually playing what is the standard difficulty overseas and you still get mocked for it.

Come on, be a big strong Western video gamer and play on a harder setting next time… apparently?

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Killexams : BCS vs. UOVEY: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option? No result found, try new keyword!Investors looking for stocks in the Banks - Foreign sector might want to consider either Barclays (BCS) or United Overseas Bank Ltd. (UOVEY). But which of these two companies is the best option ... Fri, 07 Oct 2022 04:59:00 -0500 text/html https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/bcs-vs.-uovey%3A-which-stock-is-the-better-value-option Killexams : College football rankings: Comparing the AP top 25 poll and BCS rankings for Week 7 Killexams : College football rankings: Comparing the AP top 25 poll and BCS in Week 7 - College Football HQ Skip to main content Tue, 11 Oct 2022 06:52:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.si.com/fannation/college/cfb-hq/ncaa-football-rankings/college-football-rankings-ap-top-25-poll-bcs-rankings-for-week-7 Killexams : Are Investors Undervaluing Barclays (BCS) Right Now?

While the proven Zacks Rank places an emphasis on earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find strong stocks, we also know that investors tend to develop their own individual strategies. With this in mind, we are always looking at value, growth, and momentum trends to discover great companies.

Of these, perhaps no stock market trend is more popular than value investing, which is a strategy that has proven to be successful in all sorts of market environments. Value investors use a variety of methods, including tried-and-true valuation metrics, to find these stocks.

On top of the Zacks Rank, investors can also look at our innovative Style Scores system to find stocks with specific traits. For example, value investors will want to focus on the "Value" category. Stocks with high Zacks Ranks and "A" grades for Value will be some of the highest-quality value stocks on the market today.

One company value investors might notice is Barclays (BCS). BCS is currently sporting a Zacks Rank of #2 (Buy) and an A for Value. The stock is trading with P/E ratio of 5.07 right now. For comparison, its industry sports an average P/E of 7.57. Over the past year, BCS's Forward P/E has been as high as 8.20 and as low as 4.75, with a median of 5.87.

We also note that BCS holds a PEG ratio of 0.17. This popular metric is similar to the widely-known P/E ratio, with the difference being that the PEG ratio also takes into account the company's expected earnings growth rate. BCS's industry currently sports an average PEG of 0.45. BCS's PEG has been as high as 0.25 and as low as 0.14, with a median of 0.18, all within the past year.

Value investors also frequently use the P/S ratio. This metric is found by dividing a stock's price with the company's revenue. Some people prefer this metric because sales are harder to manipulate on an income statement. This means it could be a truer performance indicator. BCS has a P/S ratio of 1.11. This compares to its industry's average P/S of 1.31.

Value investors will likely look at more than just these metrics, but the above data helps show that Barclays is likely undervalued currently. And when considering the strength of its earnings outlook, BCS sticks out at as one of the market's strongest value stocks.


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Killexams : 2023 NFL Mock Draft: After Matt Rhule firing, Panthers begin new chapter with Bryce Young at quarterback

Round 1 - Pick 1

Ohio State • Jr • 6'3" / 218 lbs

Projected Team
Houston
PROSPECT RNK
3rd
POSITION RNK
1st

Back to Stroud landing in Houston. Davis Mills isn't a brutal quarterback. He's just not "it." Stroud very well could be.

Round 1 - Pick 2

Kentucky • Sr • 6'3" / 232 lbs

Projected Team
Washington
PROSPECT RNK
5th
POSITION RNK
3rd

The Commanders can get out from the Wentz contract after this season with exactly $0 in dead cap. They need to go quarterback in Round 1, and Levis has first-round traits galore.

Round 1 - Pick 3

Alabama • Jr • 6'4" / 243 lbs

Projected Team
Seattle
PROSPECT RNK
1st
POSITION RNK
1st

Geno Smith is balling right now. It's Seattle's defense that's in need of a talent infusion. Anderson is the best defensive prospect in the class.

Round 1 - Pick 4

Kansas State • Jr • 6'4" / 255 lbs

Projected Team
Chicago
PROSPECT RNK
21st
POSITION RNK
3rd

The Bears need receivers, there's just not a marquee top-5 prospect at that position in this class. Anudike-Uzomah is a nice consolation prize. Dude is bendy and explosive around the corner.

Round 1 - Pick 5

Alabama • Jr • 6'0" / 194 lbs

Projected Team
Carolina
PROSPECT RNK
4th
POSITION RNK
2nd

Young is the improvisational, poised and accurate passer the Panthers have been trying to find for a while now. The new head coach will prioritize that position in the draft, unlike what Matt Rhule did in his time as Carolina's head coach.

Round 1 - Pick 6

Penn State • Soph • 6'6" / 321 lbs

Projected Team
Pittsburgh
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The Steelers have to get better up front for the Kenny Pickett era. Fashanu has been a stud in pass protection this season for Penn State.

Round 1 - Pick 7

Alabama • Jr • 6'0" / 193 lbs

Projected Team
Detroit
PROSPECT RNK
37th
POSITION RNK
7th

The Lions defense has been getting shredded early this season, and Branch has been a fun playmaker for Nick Saban in 2022.

Round 1 - Pick 8

Clemson • Jr • 6'5" / 275 lbs

Projected Team
Atlanta
PROSPECT RNK
2nd
POSITION RNK
2nd

The Falcons are not a bad football team. They're not good either. Respectable. They need more juice in their pass rush, and Murphy would bring that in spades.

Round 1 - Pick 9

Northwestern • Jr • 6'4" / 315 lbs

Projected Team
N.Y. Jets
PROSPECT RNK
13th
POSITION RNK
1st

Skoronski probably won't test as a freaky athlete yet has some of the cleanest film at the offensive tackle spot in this class.

Round 1 - Pick 10

Georgia • Jr • 6'7" / 270 lbs

I can't fathom Bill Belichick going receiver in Round 1 again, but Washington has been a runaway train at tight end for Georgia.

Round 1 - Pick 11

Clemson • Jr • 6'3" / 240 lbs

Projected Team
Las Vegas
PROSPECT RNK
7th
POSITION RNK
1st

The Raiders get a dynamic weapon for the middle of their defense in Simpson, who can rush the passer, cover, and fly to outside runs.

Round 1 - Pick 12

Georgia • Jr • 6'3" / 300 lbs

Projected Team
Arizona
PROSPECT RNK
6th
POSITION RNK
1st

The Cardinals need to reload along their defensive line, and Carter, when healthy, is a wrecking ball on the interior.

Round 1 - Pick 13

TCU • Jr • 6'4" / 215 lbs

Projected Team
Jacksonville
PROSPECT RNK
46th
POSITION RNK
6th

Johnston's size, YAC ability, and speed make him land as the first receiver off the board in this mock to a team that could use more receiver help.

Georgia • Soph • 6'2" / 210 lbs

Projected Team
Houston
PROSPECT RNK
8th
POSITION RNK
1st

Ringo was a monster recruit and has met the billing in Georgia. The Texans took Derek Stingley last year, but this is the best player available.

Round 1 - Pick 15

Florida • Soph • 6'4" / 232 lbs

We aren't sure if Richardson will enter the 2023 draft, but if he does, the Giants should feel comfortable picking here in the middle of Round 1. He can get a redshirt season before starting in 2024.

Notre Dame • Jr • 6'4" / 265 lbs

Projected Team
Philadelphia
PROSPECT RNK
12th
POSITION RNK
1st

The Eagles are in somewhat of a luxury position here. Mayer and Dallas Goedert could formulate an amazing tight end duo in Philadelphia.

Round 1 - Pick 17

Florida • Jr • 6'5" / 347 lbs

Projected Team
Tennessee
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The Titans have to bulk up the interior of their offensive line and do so with a plug-and-play masher from Florida.

Round 1 - Pick 18

USC • Jr • 6'0" / 175 lbs

Projected Team
Indianapolis
PROSPECT RNK
38th
POSITION RNK
4th

Addison has, once again, had a dynamic season. He runs lightning-quick routes and routinely showcases his athletic brilliance after the catch.

Clemson • Soph • 6'5" / 305 lbs

Projected Team
Seattle
PROSPECT RNK
15th
POSITION RNK
2nd

Seattle has a long history of drafting legitimately elite athletes, and Bresee is one of those.

Round 1 - Pick 21

Georgia • Soph • 6'4" / 310 lbs

Projected Team
Cincinnati
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The Bengals are not done building the offensive front to keep Joe Burrow upright more frequently. Jones is a masher in the trenches.

Tennessee • Sr • 6'4" / 218 lbs

Projected Team
Detroit
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

Hooker's an old prospect -- he'll be 24 during the pre-draft process -- but Pickett was an older prospect and went at No. 20 overall last year.

Round 1 - Pick 23

Iowa • Sr • 6'5" / 246 lbs

Projected Team
Minnesota
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The Vikings get another Anthony Barr type at linebacker in the gargantuan Campbell.

Round 1 - Pick 24

Florida • Soph • 6'6" / 312 lbs

The Chargers have to continue to build the strength of their defensive line. Dexter is a behemoth inside.

Round 1 - Pick 25

Oklahoma • Jr • 6'5" / 315 lbs

Projected Team
Dallas
PROSPECT RNK
20th
POSITION RNK
2nd

Harrison feels like a big-bodied blocker the Cowboys would love to have up front. More early-round investment in the offensive line.

Maryland • Sr • 6'6" / 320 lbs

Projected Team
Miami
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The offensive line reconstruction continues for the Dolphins.

Round 1 - Pick 27

Ohio State • Jr • 6'1" / 200 lbs

Projected Team
Green Bay
PROSPECT RNK
11th
POSITION RNK
2nd

Smith-Njigba's injury has slowed all his momentum from an awesome 2021. He's dangerous after the catch and runs quality route but isn't very big and doesn't appear to be an athlete in the caliber of some of the other star wideouts to enter the league recently from Ohio State.

Round 1 - Pick 28

Michigan • Sr • 6'0" / 180 lbs

Projected Team
Baltimore
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

Mike Macdonald gets a talented defensive back he previously coached at Michigan.

Round 1 - Pick 30

Clemson • Jr • 6'4" / 235 lbs

Projected Team
Tampa Bay
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

Uiagalelei will be a fun project type to follow Tom Brady in Tampa Bay.

Round 1 - Pick 30

Texas A&M • Jr • 6'3" / 195 lbs

Projected Team
Kansas City
PROSPECT RNK
9th
POSITION RNK
1st

The Chiefs add a big, splash-play creator to their secondary in Johnson.

Round 1 - Pick 31

Alabama • Jr • 6'2" / 190 lbs

Projected Team
Philadelphia
PROSPECT RNK
22nd
POSITION RNK
4th

Given the age of James Bradberry and Darius Slay -- neither are incredibly old but are not in the prime of their careers -- the Eagles go cornerback here.

Round 1- Pick 32

Florida • Soph • 6'3" / 301 lbs

Projected Team
Buffalo
PROSPECT RNK
POSITION RNK

The Bills add youthful power on the interior of their offensive line with Eguakun.

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Killexams : Should Value Investors Buy Barclays (BCS) Stock?

Here at Zacks, we focus on our proven ranking system, which places an emphasis on earnings estimates and estimate revisions, to find winning stocks. But we also understand that investors develop their own strategies, so we are constantly looking at the latest trends in value, growth, and momentum to find strong companies for our readers.

Looking at the history of these trends, perhaps none is more beloved than value investing. This strategy simply looks to identify companies that are being undervalued by the broader market. Value investors use fundamental analysis and traditional valuation metrics to find stocks that they believe are being undervalued by the market at large.

Luckily, Zacks has developed its own Style Scores system in an effort to find stocks with specific traits. Value investors will be interested in the system's "Value" category. Stocks with both "A" grades in the Value category and high Zacks Ranks are among the strongest value stocks on the market right now.

One company to watch right now is Barclays (BCS). BCS is currently holding a Zacks Rank of #2 (Buy) and a Value grade of A. The stock holds a P/E ratio of 4.40, while its industry has an average P/E of 7.12. Over the last 12 months, BCS's Forward P/E has been as high as 8.20 and as low as 4.14, with a median of 5.72.

Value investors also love the P/S ratio, which is calculated by simply dividing a stock's price with the company's sales. This is a prefered metric because revenue can't really be manipulated, so sales are often a truer performance indicator. BCS has a P/S ratio of 0.9. This compares to its industry's average P/S of 1.21.

Value investors will likely look at more than just these metrics, but the above data helps show that Barclays is likely undervalued currently. And when considering the strength of its earnings outlook, BCS sticks out at as one of the market's strongest value stocks.


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