April 21, 2020
1. Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Burrow is still a firm lock at #1 to the QB needy (or not so needy) Bengals. Trading down would be both foolish and extend the playoff winning drought another 20 years.
2. Washington Redskins
Chase Young, DE, Ohio State
Pick #2 is also a lock, as Young is a firm second best choice on our big board. The Ohio State standout checks every box and only time will tell who the best OSU Edge Rusher will be in the NFL.
3. Detroit Lions
Jeffery Okudah, CB, Ohio State
Okudah at three is close to being another lock in this draft. The Lions need help everywhere on defense and an elite NFL corner is a good place to start.
4. New York Giants
Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
The Giants are between either taking Isaiah Simmons or an offensive tackle. I liked Tristan Wirfs (Iowa) in this spot, but I think that Wills may be the top tackle and ultimately the best fit for the Giants’ offensive scheme. He can immediately be plugged into his natural right tackle spot opposite of Nate Soldier.
5. Miami Dolphins
Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
The Dolphins have done more work on Herbert than anyone else in the draft and I think he is also the best fit for the offense. Herbert has been knocked for his “lack of production and success” in college, which could not be further from the truth. Over the past two years he threw for 61 touchdowns to only 14 interceptions with a 150.7 rating and a 63.2% completion percentage (improved from 59.4% to 66.8% from ’18-‘19). His 95 career touchdowns rank 6th all-time in the Pac 12 record books, and he also added another 13 on the ground. The 4-year starter is a poised leader with the most experience in the draft class. He also won the MVP of the Senior Bowl.
His final record at Oregon was 29-13, with five of those losses coming in his first season. In 2018 his only two losses came to #16 Auburn by six points and to Arizona State by three points, both on the road. He finished his career by knocking off the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose Bowl. Herbert had three rushing touchdowns and earned the game’s MVP honors (an award also won the past five years by first round picks Marcus Mariota, Christian McCaffrey, Sam Darnold, Sony Michel and Dwayne Haskins). College success does not always translate to the next level, but Justin Herbert’s will.
If anyone tries to say that he did not produce, or experienced a lack of success, has low football IQ and clearly has not followed him very closely. Also, keep in mind that there are five Alabama players in the top 100 and only one from Oregon.
6. Los Angeles Chargers
Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
Simmons is a candidate to fall outside the top five, but if he does it will not be very far. Although he proved he can do it all, Simmons will be tough to fill a specific position right away. He played just about everywhere from defensive line to cornerback, but in the NFL he most definitely will be a linebacker. The Chargers could draft a quarterback in this spot, but with Herbert already off the board look for them to ride it out with Tyrod Taylor and their high-powered weapons another year before possibly targeting Lawrence or Fields (much better candidates than anyone left on the board at 6th overall).
7. Denver Broncos (from Carolina for 15th and 46th pick)
Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
The Broncos have been rumored to trade up and Elway decides to pull the trigger to ensure that he has one of the best young duos of wide receivers. Jerry Jeudy, a true competitor and team player, is the furthest thing from a diva. He is the best route runner in the draft, and had insane production at Alabama, which are key reasons why Tua and Ruggs are also first round candidates.
8. Arizona Cardinals
Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
Wirfs is the second tackle drafted in this amazing class. The Cardinals could look to build up their defense by taking Derrick Brown, but decide to help out their franchise quarterback Kyler Murray (even though he still wants WR help!?)
9. Jacksonville Jaguars
Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
The Jaguars have lost a lot of talent on their offensive line and will most likely lose more this weekend. Falling to the Jaguars at 9 is the perfect landing spot for the draft’s most dominant defensive tackle.
10. Cleveland Browns
Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
Thomas is a talented, big bodied tackle that can play in any offensive scheme. His athleticism with help for an offense that will focus around OBJ, Nick Chubb, Jarvis Landry, Austin Hooper, Kareem Hunt and David Njoku.
11. New York Jets
Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
There have been rumors about Becton tumbling due to his recently failed drug test, but the Jets have a huge hole to fill on their offensive line. After the recently passed CBA, I don’t think teams will put much emphasis worrying on failed drug tests for marijuana. Becton made waves with his extremely impressive combine, but he is still a project. He has monstrous size and speed, but he will need to continue to improve on his pass protection. Although the public is begging for a WR at 11, I think they will first address the line and hope to score later with this stacked class.
12. Las Vegas Raiders
CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
The Raiders thought they had the best WR in the NFL last year, until Antonio Clown decided to turn his life into a reality show. Lamb will be able to push the outside and is another insanely good red zone target who can also help Carr on the screens and bubbles. Carr, who has caught a lot of heat lately, is only 29 and has been to Pro Bowls in three of his first six years in the league.
13. New Orleans Saints (from 49ers: 2020 13th and 31st for 2020 24th and 2021 1st round and 3rd round pick)
Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
The Saints make a blockbuster trade to move up to draft the future quarterback in New Orleans. I’ve never been sold by the Tua hype, but even I can admit he’s a good enough prospect to be picked in the top 15 (red flags and all). If he had remained healthy throughout his career there is a good chance, he would have been the second quarterback drafted. He has the unique ability to layer the ball better than anyone else in the draft, but I’d rank him outside the top three in terms of intangibles.
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
The Buccaneers decided to stay put knowing they still had a great chance in landing the speedster out of Alabama, rather than reaching for a top tackle. Ruggs will help open the field vertically, but also might have the best hands in the draft. With Mike Evans still producing at the prime of his career and the 23 year old Chris Godwin emerging as one of the best slot receivers in the NFL, the Bucs add to Tom Brady’s arsenal as they are in permanent “win now” mentality heading into the next two years. This said mentality is so great that even Rob Gronkowski was willing to leave retirement to join.
15. Carolina Panthers (from Broncos for 7th pick)
Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
Kinlaw is one of the best defensive tackle prospects we have seen in a while, and will be an instant starter for the rebuilding Panthers. By trading down, the Panthers now have enough draft capital to wait and find a cornerback.
16. Atlanta Falcons
C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
Atlanta is in desperate need of secondary help if they even want to come close to contending with New Orleans or Tampa Bay for the NFC South. The division now is stacked with Michael Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson and Curtis Samuel. Fulton is one of the best zone corners, which will have to be utilized by this weak defense in order to attempt to slow down Brees and Brady.
17. Dallas Cowboys
Grant Delpit, S, LSU
Delpit, whose stock has fallen for some unforeseen reason, is still the top safety in this year’s draft. Contrary to popular belief, the Cowboys will not be trading for Jamal Adams, which will lead them to drafting different elite talent from LSU.
18. Miami Dolphins (from PIT)
Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
Murray is one of the most elite linebackers in the draft and is someone that the Dolphins can hope to build around. Murray is an incredible student of the game and seems to possess the leadership qualities that teams crave for the inside linebacker position.
19. Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI)
Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah
A bit of an underrated prospect, but the Raiders have found a day 1 starter in Jaylon Johnson. The corner from Utah has some of the best instincts in the draft class and will be able to shadow any receiver he faces.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR)
Antoine Winfield Jr.,S, Minnesota
The Jags could look to continue to build their defensive line or take Jordan Love to take over at Quarterback, but instead they look to build up their secondary. With Winfield they have a chance to have one of the best groups in the future of the NFL. Winfield will fill in immediately at the free safety, strong safety and nickel corner positions.
21. Philadelphia Eagles
Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
Jefferson is the top-rated true slot receiver, something that Carson Wentz has been needing since his rookie season. If Jefferson falls to 21 the Eagles will gladly pick him with intentions of him taking over as the lead receiver and freeing up the injury prone Alshon Jeffery on the outside.
22. Minnesota Vikings (from BUF)
Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
The Vikings lost both Trae Waynes and Xavier Rhodes so they look to find their future captain of their secondary by drafting Fulton.
23. New England Patriots
A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
I have seen “expert” after “expert” dropping Epenesa outside of their TOP 50, which I think is just egregious. He is one of the best power ends I have seen since J.J. Watt, and although teams are trending much more towards speed rushers, someone will certainly have a spot for him in the first round. Epenesa wracked up 13 sacks last year along with 31 hurries. He had a horrible combine, but his production and tape should keep him in the first round. The Patriots feel very good with giving Stidham a season, so don’t anticipate them drafting a QB here.
24. San Francisco 49ers(from Saints in part of deal at #13)
Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State
The 49ers look to replace DeForest Buckner and gamble on taking the athletic pass rusher from Penn State. Gross-Matos has all the tools to succeed, but a lack in production is tough to not think twice about. At 24th overall, Gross-Matos is well worth the risk.
25. Minnesota Vikings
K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
Chaisson lacked much production at LSU, but the size and talent is there. If he had back to back double-digit sack seasons, he would be a top 10 pick. He will certainly offer a chance to add depth to the Vikings defensive line.
26. Miami Dolphins (from HOU)
Josh Jones, OT, Houston
The Dolphins passed on taking a tackle at five and 18, but still find a great option by waiting until 26. Josh Jones is at the top of the second tier, but not far from the first.
27. Seattle Seahawks
Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State
Weaver is an absolute beast, but a sleeper due to playing in the Mountain West. Weaver recorded 11, 12 and 15 sacks in the last three seasons respectfully, and thanks to guys like Demarcus Lawrence we know that it can translate. The Seahawks capitalize on best player available, which is why they are one of the most respectable franchises in sports.
28. Baltimore Ravens
Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan
In a particularly weak interior offensive line class, Ruiz is the diamond in the rough. The Ravens could take a wide receiver, but after losing Marshal Yanda they need to focus on keeping the interior offensive line stacked for their run heavy offense.
29. Tennessee Titans
Zack Baun, Edge, Wisconsin
Baun has dropped a bit lately, possibly due to his size being in between positions. He excels in coverage but may have a bit of a slower start in the pass rushing game due to his lack of weight and power.
30. Green Bay Packers
Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
Not much is a sure thing in the draft, but there is an extremely high chance that Shenault can be a solid #2 receiver right away. There have been rumors that the Packers may target a quarterback, but in this scenario there is still a ton of depth still on the board that they can find someone later.
31. New Orleans Saints(from 49ers in part of deal at #13)
Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
Queen, who is nearly a Devin White clone, is one of the best available prospects and will mesh perfectly with Demario Davis. Look for the Saints to invest in a hometown favorite to bring the swag back to New Orleans. The Saints have lost a lot of their future picks, but have taken two guys who they can build around in the future.
32. Kansas City Chiefs
D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
The Super Bowl Champs still have other big needs to fill (offensive line), but the value in this pick may lie with taking their favorite running back off the board. Swift is an arm and a leg better than any other receiving back and is the second best between the tackles back in the draft.
33. L.A. Chargers (Traded from Cincinnati for 37th and 2021 5th)
Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
The Chargers passed on a quarterback at seven but cannot hold off any longer as Love is still on the board at 33. Taylor is officially on thin ice as he is now pressured to perform with Love on the depth chart.
34. Indianapolis Colts (from Washington)
Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC
Pittman is one of my favorite prospects in the draft and he quietly could emerge as the best receiver in the draft. Not only is he big bodied at 6’4” 224 lbs, he is also arguably the best route runner in the class.
35. Detroit Lions
Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU
As of now, Blacklock is too slim to be a true nose tackle (6’3”, 290 lbs), but has the agility to pass rush at the next level in a 3-4 scheme. Blacklock dominated at the combine, running a 4.9s 40-yard dash with a 1.7s 10-yard split. He will help fill the massive hole left by Snacks Harrison.
36. N.Y. Giants
Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State
Gay is linebacker standout but had several off the field concerns that has dropped his stock. In 2019 he only logged 177 snaps but was one of the best outside linebackers in the SEC while on the field. Teams have reportedly been feeling very comfortable with this pick and are not afraid that off the field concerns will continue.
37. Cincinnati Bengals (Traded from L.A. Chargers)
Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State
Cleveland has received some hype as a first-round sleeper, but if he slides look for someone to pick him up early on day two. He is a mobile tackle who will need to improve on his power and strength to reach his potential. By trading with the Chargers, the Bengals were able to add some draft capital while still snagging their favorite tackle on the board.
38. Carolina Panthers
A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson
Terrell was a standout at Clemson and has the length and technique of a starting quality corner in the NFL. After passing on a corner at 15, the Panthers take one from the area.
39. Miami Dolphins
Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
McKinney falls out of the first round, but the Dolphins score another day 1 NFL starter. He is a versatile defensive back but could find his role changed into perhaps playing slot corner rather than safety.
40. Houston Texans (from Arizona)
Julian Okwara, Edge, Notre Dame
Okwara is one of the best athletes in the class and will be an interesting project at the edge position. He has every bit of the upside to replace Jadeveon Clowney and will learn greatly under J.J. Watt.
41. Cleveland Browns
Marlon Davidson, DT, Auburn
Many think Davidson will fall because he was a product of being on the same line as Derrick Brown, however I think he may have just as much potential. Davidson had the production (8 sacks), but most of his time was spent on the outside end position and NFL teams have him as a tackle prospect. Davidson will flourish in a 3-4 or a 4-3 scheme because of his versatility and elite size (6’3” 310).
42. Jacksonville Jaguars
Austin Jackson, OT, USC
There is still a lot of work to be done, which kept him out of the first round, but Austin Jackson offers tremendous upside at this pick. Still only 20 years old, Jackson relies on his footwork and speed rather than strength. To maintain a starting position his strength will need to improve, which it will in the NFL.
43. Chicago Bears (from Las Vegas)
Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
If Aiyuk is still on the board, look for the Bears to snag him with their early second rounder.
44. Indianapolis Colts
Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma
The Colts draft some quarterback insurance to add to the roster in case they opt to part ways with Jacoby Brissett after the 2020 season. Hurts is a natural born winner with the hardened mindset of an NFL quarterback. He will not last long if the Colts pass on him here. In the NFL there is only one stat that matters for a quarterback: winning.
45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia
Tampa Bay gambled by passing on a lineman at 14 but is lucky to find Wilson still on the board at 45. By waiting, this puts faith in Donovan Smith at LT and lets Wilson stay at his natural RT position.
46. Carolina Panthers (from Broncos in part of deal at #7)
Bryce Hall, CB, UVA
The Panthers take another corner in back to back picks in the second round. Hall, who was a top 3 corner prospect to start the draft cycle, has fallen due to injuries and production in 2019. Though he only played 336 snaps in 2019, he did not allow a single touchdown on him and limited QBs to a 66.3 passer rating. Hall has tremendous size, length and ball skills, which makes him a steal in the second round.
47. Atlanta Falcons
Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
Atlanta already has one of the best defensive tackles in the game in Grady Jarrett but adds a serious depth piece with Gallimore. He has one of the best combinations of pass rush and run stopping abilities from the Nose Tackle position.
48. N.Y. Jets
Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
The Jets passed on Wide Receiver with the 11th pick to take one of the top-rated tackles in the class. He is one of the most complete at the position but will take some time to acclimate to the NFL.
49. Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
Eason is a project to say the least, but Big Ben is getting older with every throw. Eason has the purest arm in the draft but has limited production and experience.
50. Chicago Bears
Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn
Igbinoghene is one of the most interest players in the draft. He has tremendous upside and skillset, but didn’t have the prediction in his time in the SEC. The Bears’ two picks in the early second round will be enough to take a gamble on Igbinoghene, whose floor is to be a successful special teamer.
51. Dallas Cowboys
Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
Gladney is small but has some of the best footwork among this corner class. He will need to build up strength and press coverage if he wants to become an NFL starter.
52. L.A. Rams
Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
The Rams lost Gurley this offseason and cannot pass on taking the best running back in the class. Taylor has question marks surrounding his pass catching ability, but the Rams have receiving back specialist Darrell Henderson to help there. Why is Taylor my top-rated back? Production and versatility…which cannot be overlooked. Taylor ran for 1196 yards inside the tackles and 813 yards outside the tackles in 2019 alone. He carried Wisconsin on his back to a Rose Bowl appearance.
53. Philadelphia Eagles
Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech
Brooks is the best run stopping and tackling linebacker in the NFL Draft. The 4-year starter can become an instant NFL starter on the Eagles weak defense.
54. Buffalo Bills
Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech
Robertson is hands down my favorite corner to watch in the entire draft. At only 5’8” and 187 lbs, Robertson shows no fear in covering the more physical corners he has played against. He was also the highest graded corner analytically and an All-American in 2019. The only thing that is pushing Robertson back to the second round is his size, which may or may not have any impact on his career.
55. Baltimore Ravens (from New England through Atlanta)
Netane Muti, IOL, Fresno State
Muti is a total wildcard in this draft but has the potential to have been a top 10 pick if could have stayed healthy. After surgery ended his last two seasons Muti will face an uphill battle transitioning into the NFL. With both Ruiz and Muti, the Ravens will have added much help in the run heavy scheme that just lost Mashal Yanda to retirement.
56. Minnesota Vikings (from Miami for the 58th pick and a 7th rounder)
Jonah Jackson, IOL, Ohio State
Jackson is another one of the starter worthy interior offensive lineman. He is graded as one of the best pass blockers in this class from the interior.
57. L.A. Rams (from Houston)
Darrell Taylor, Edge, Tennessee
Taylor is a pure pass rushing defensive end that has the speed and power that will transfer to the next level. Taylor will quickly find that you cannot make an NFL living by exclusively using the bull rush.
58. Minnesota Vikings
Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
Mims is a raw prospect with a lot of work to do, but he has some of the best size and athletic ability for the position.
59. Seattle Seahawks
Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois
The Legion of Boom has been nonexistent, but they have started building up a bright young core. Chinn will help strengthen that group.
60. Baltimore Ravens
Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
Reagor is a dominant deep threat but struggled with production as he only had 611 yards and 5 TDs in 2019. At 60 he is too good to pass up. Reagor has tremendous upside as a big play guy but has been haunted by drops throughout his career.
61. Tennessee Titans
Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri
The Titans look to fortify their front 7 and cannot go wrong with Jordan Elliott.
62. Green Bay Packers
Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame
This is a very weak Tight End class, but Kmet is the best option and the late second round is the best time. After losing Jimmy Graham, the Packers look to give Rodgers a bit more help.
63. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco)
Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
Of all the talented SEC corners in the draft, Dantzler seemed to have the most success against LSU’s Jamar Chase. Although he is light at 188 lbs, he is a true press corner who will put on size at the next level. He had an atrocious combine as he ran a 4.64 40-yard-dash, but his tape will make up for his questions about speed.
64. Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City)
Lloyd Cushenberry III, IOL, LSU
Wilson and Carson need help up front and guard is the best place to start at this point.
65. Cincinnati Bengals
Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama
This is a historically weak edge class, but Lewis has the potential to be an NFL starter.
66. Washington Redskins
Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn
It is about time to move on from Trent Williams. Driscoll is a sleeper.
67. Detroit Lions
Ashtyn Davis, S, Cal
As I mentioned before, the Lions needs help everywhere, but especially in the secondary.
68. N.Y. Jets (from N.Y. Giants)
Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
The Jets already scored Higgins but take advantage of the deepest WR class in history.
69. Carolina Panthers
Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton
The Panthers lost Greg Olsen so it is about time to start looking for some help at Tight End.
70. Miami Dolphins
J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
Dobbins is a workhorse that will not last long if he makes it to the third round. The Dolphins may have just won the draft and rebuilt their team.
71. L.A. Chargers
Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA
Holmes had a rough career at UCLA but was also on one of the worst power 5 teams during his college tenure. He has NFL tools and athleticism, but also could be overlooked due to getting destroyed for most of the 2019 season.
72. Arizona Cardinals
Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
Harrison possesses everything except for the athleticism to go in the first round.
73. Jacksonville Jaguars
Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
Edwards is an underrated prospect who was overshadowed by Deebo Samuel and poor quarterback play. He has the talent to emerge as a starting wide receiver in the NFL.
74. Cleveland Browns
Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne
Dugger is an incredible prospect, but his lack of film against elite competition is something that will drive his stock down.
Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue
The run on tight ends has begun as the Colts grab a sure handed prospect for Philip Rivers.
76. Tampa Bay
Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU
An underrated prospect because of his size and he fits the mold as a perfect RB for TB12.
77. Denver Broncos
Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama
Another Alabama wrecking ball goes in the third round.
78. Atlanta Falcons
Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan
This is a weak edge class, but Uche can be a candidate who can look to replace Vic Beasley.
79. N.Y. Jets
Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
Arnette was overshadowed by Okudah, but is still a top 15 cornerback in this class.
80. Las Vegas Raiders
Davon Hamilton, DT, Ohio State
Hamilton has all the tools to become an elite defensive tackle.
81. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago)
Matt Hennessy, IOL, Temple
Hennessy is a small school prospect but had a great career at Temple. He has the size, but he is not as athletic as the typical starting guard in the NFL.
82. Dallas Cowboys
Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida
If you are going to gamble on an edge in the third, the SEC is a good place to look.
83. Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh)
K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State
The Broncos already got Jeudy, but that still means their #3 receiver would be Tim Patrick…who? It will now be K.J. Hamler.
84. L.A. Rams
Evan Weaver, LB, Cal
At one point I had Weaver as a top 3 LB in this class. His 40 was relatively low for a linebacker, but he is a tackling machine.
85. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia)
Troy Dye, LB, Oregon
Dye is one of the best coverage linebackers in this draft.
86. Buffalo Bills
Nick Coe, Edge, Auburn
Coe is the third defensive lineman from Auburn to go in as many rounds.
87. New England Patriots
Zack Moss, RB, Utah
The Patriots lost Brady, but their offense will still revolve around the receiving back.
88. New Orleans Saints
Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
New Orleans can’t pass on this elite athlete, who at the very least will be an ace special teamer.
89. Minnesota Vikings
Robert Hunt, IOL, Louisiana
The Vikings still need depth at OL.
90. Houston Texans
K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
Hill will have a chance to compete with veteran Kenny Stills for the #3 spot.
91. Las Vegas Raiders (from Seattle)
Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
Bryant is another option for Carr as Waller ages.
92. Baltimore Ravens
Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis
The Ravens find thy gem in the bottom of the third to help their run heavy offense.
93. Tennessee Titans
Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
Another talented tackle too good to pass up.
94. Green Bay Packers
Lynn Bowden Jr., WR/QB, Kentucky
Bowden becomes the swiss army knife that the Packers desperately need.
95. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco)
Kevin Dotson, IOL, Louisiana
Dotson will add more depth to a young offensive line.
96. Kansas City Chiefs
John Hightower, WR, Boise State
The Chiefs continue to find amazing sleepers later in the draft.
97. Cleveland Browns (from Houston)*
McTelvin Agim, DT, Arkansas
Another great defensive tackle prospect from the SEC.
98. New England Patriots*
Alex Highsmith, Edge, Charlotte
Highsmith may not get drafted high, but teams will have every intention of making him a starter in the next three years.
99. N.Y. Giants*
Kenny Robinson, S, WVU
The Giants have Peppers holding down their secondary, but Robinson will be able to plug in anywhere in the secondary.
100. New England Patriots*
Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State
Scott isn’t flashy, but he still had a lot of success locking down big time receivers.
101. Seattle Seahawks*
Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
Tyler Johnson has every bit of a chance to have the best career in this entire draft.
102. Pittsburgh Steelers*
John Penisini, DT, Utah
At 320 Penisini is an absolute run stopper.
103. Philadelphia Eagles*
Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah
The former track star can’t be ignored in the late third.
104. L.A. Rams*
Justin Madubuike, IDL, Texas A&M
Madubuike is under 300, but is still a solid, all around DT.
105. Minnesota Vikings*
Jake Fromm, QB, UGA
Fromm is a Kirk Cousins clone and if this doesn’t work, he can still open Jake Fromm State Farm.
106. Baltimore Ravens*
Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
Insane value taking the former first round prospect at the end of the third.