21. Detroit Lions- David Njoku TE Miami
Ebron is somewhat of a bust to me at TE. He is more of a big slot than an actual TE. Draft Njoku here and go 2 “TE” sets with Riddick and Tate and it will be matchup headaches for secondaries. Njoku has the speed to stretch the field and very soft hands.
22. Miami Dolphins– Hasson Reddick LB Temple
Dolphins LB corp is average at best. Riddick brings speed and instincts. DE and Secondary are also needs but DB and Edge are deep in this draft could see Phins target DE and CB in later rounds.
23. New York Giants– Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
The only thing holding the Giants back was the O line. With the addition of Brandon Marshall and OBJ and Shepard in play the WR group is top 5. RB can be addressed in FA or in later rounds. Ramczyk can play inside or out. Flowers has been underwhelming so far. Ramczyk can slide in on right or left side inside or outside. Versatile and Strong. Great feet.
24. Oakland Raiders– Tre’Davious White CB LSU
Secondary is Oakland Achilles heel. White can play outside or the nickel giving Del Rio a versatile piece to play with.
25. Houston Texans– OT Garrett Bolles OT Utah
Great size and athleticism. This is assuming Texans trade for Romo. No Romo this pick is Trubisky or Kizer whoever O’Brien prefers.
26. Seattle Seahawks– Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
RB was a pillar of stability for Seattle from the day Beast Mode walked in the door. Well, Beast Mode ain’t walking through those doors (Pitino Voice) and the Seahawks have a glaring hole at RB. C.J Prosise is an interesting piece but with major durability concerns. McCaffrey can play out wide, in the slot, or in the backfield. With Seattle’s inability to move the ball last season, a play maker of McCaffrey’s caliber could be just what the doctor ( or Pete Carroll) ordered.
27. Kansas City Chiefs– Malik McDowell DT Michigan State
Poe is a FA and to keep that top D intact Poe will have to be resigned or draft McDowell to fill the void. Regressed from Sophomore to Junior year but MSU had a down year overall in comparison.
28. Dallas Cowboys– Buddha Baker S Washington
With the departure of Barry Church an already suspect secondary becomes weaker. Baker has a similar skill set to Eric Berry. Would be great playing center field in Dallas.
29. Green Bay Packers– Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
Great length and Size. GB secondary was atrocious last year. Humphrey will bring a big strong presence with the ability to play press or zone.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers– Jabrill Peppers S/LB Michigan
Tomlin has a revolving door at LB. Why not add a versatile piece to that LB room who has no problems dropping back to safety let alone into coverage with a RB or TE. Timmons is gone and Dupree nor Jarvis Jones have panned out. At the minimum they would have the 2 fastest LB’s in the league in Shazier and Peppers.
31. Atlanta Falcons– Charles Harris DE Missouri
Great pure pass rusher to go opposite of Vic Beasley. Secondary is a major need as well.
32. New England Patriots– Takkarist McKinley DE UCLA
Chandler Jones 2.0. Freak athlete. Inconsistent but huge play potential. The rich get richer.