2019 NFL Draft Rounds 1-3 Recap

1- Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB (Oklahoma)

Kliff Kingsbury gets his quarterback of the future with this pick. He’s a dynamic player with a strong arm, very accurate passer and a very mobile quarterback. He may be the closest thing to Michael Vick that we’ve seen in a long time. We all know that he’s a smaller quarterback but he can make all the throws that he needs to make. He’s only a one year starter and with him being so small he could take a lot of punishment at the next level. He sometimes gets caught staring down his targets and can lead defenders to the ball. Grade: B

2- San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, Edge (Ohio State)

The 49ers are changing up their scheme next season and widening out those edge rushers. Matching Bosa with Dee Ford could be very scary for the NFC West. The 49ers get the best pass rusher in this year’s class. I personally think Bosa has maxed out in terms of potential. He won’t get any better but he won’t get any worse. Overall I love this pick. Grade: A

3- New York Jets: Quinnen Williams, DT (Alabama)

I love this pick for the Jets, my number one player on the board and you get him with the third overall pick. Very fundamental and technical at the 3-tech position. However I do feel as if they needed more of a pure pass rusher. Williams is probably the safest pick in this year’s draft. High ceiling and should be a plug and play player right away for this team. Grade A

4- Oakland Raiders: Clelin Ferrell, Edge (Clemson)

Talented player out on the edge. Very productive player in college. At some point Ferrell was thought to be the best player on that stout Clemson defensive line. This pick was probably the most surprising pick of the night. Oakland was better off taking the third best player in the draft with Josh Allen. I love the player just not the value of the pick, but hey if you feel like he’s you’re number one edge rusher why wait to take him. Grade: C

5- Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White, LB (LSU)

Devin White is the best linebacker in this class. He’s an every down player who can make plays from sideline to sideline. He’s explosive and extremely athletic. Playing in space is his biggest weakness. Misses some open field tackles but those are small things you could work on with him. With the lost of Kwon Alexander, White will be a plug and play player for Tampa. Grade: B

6- NY Giants: Daniel Jones, QB (Duke)

Dave Gettleman strikes again folks. Nobody seen Daniel Jones as QB2 taken off the board in this year’s draft. Absolutely no reason for him to be taken at 6. He struggles with accuracy, his poise is definitely not a strength for him. He’ll need to be behind a good offensive line and have a offense that will allow him to get the ball out quick. He’s looked at as more of a project by most. Needs to work on his progressions, pocket awareness and decision making outside of 10 yards. I think he will be an average starting quarterback in the NFL. Grade: D-

7- Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Allen, Edge (Kentucky)

I like the pick. Nobody thought Allen would make it out of the top 5, but he did so the jaguars grabbed him. He was the best available player on the board at this moment. If it were me making the pick I would’ve went with a tight end, wide receiver or one of the top right tackles available. Those positions in my opinion are more of a pressing need for the jaguars. They have Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue already. Nick Foles could use some better protection or even some better targets to throw the ball to. Josh Allen can do a little bit of everything. He gets after the quarterback and we’ve seen him drop in coverage. Grade B+

8-Detroit Lions: T.J Hockenson, TE (Iowa)

There were rumors that the lions were going to trade back and get rid of this pick but I love this move. Give Matthew Stafford some more weapons on the offense. Hockenson is the best at his position in this class. He’s a great blocker and great pass catcher. He’s a good enough athlete to gain some YAC. Very versatile player. Grade B

9- Buffalo Bills: Ed Oliver, DT, (Houston)

I love this pick for the Bills, they get their replacement for Kyle Williams. Ed Oliver is versatile and can play anywhere on the defensive line. He’s easily a top 5 talent in this draft. Buffalo has a lot of holes to fill on offense still but you couldn’t pass up on this kid. Grade: A

10: Pittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush, LB (Michigan)

The Steelers traded up from 20 all the way up to 10 to make this pick. Losing the speedy linebacker Ryan Shazier to injury meant they had to make this pick There’s been a hole in the middle of that defense ever since Shazier got hurt. They’re getting a pro bowl caliber linebacker with the second best linebacker in this draft. Grade: B-

11: Cincinnati Bengals: Jonah Williams, OT (Alabama)

Williams is hands down the best offensive lineman in this year’s class. He’s so versatile and can play any position upfront on the line. I was expecting Zac Taylor to go quarterback with this pick. It’s been said that Andy Dalton is not the guy for him and he would like to bring in his own guy to run the offense. Drafting Williams with the 11th pick can continue to open up holes for Joe Mixon and protect their average quarterback in Andy Dalton. Grade: B

12: Green Bay Packers: Rashan Gary, Edge (Michigan)

Rashan Gary is a freak of nature. He’s got the size the speed and the strength. His testing times at the combine were were really good for a player his size. Gary wasn’t the most productive player on that star studded Michigan defense. In 3 years at Michigan he only has 9.5 sacks. He’s not the most technical pass rusher in the class . He wins more with his first step and doesn’t have any counter moves after that. The Packers surprised me with this pick considering the talent they just brought in free agency. Grade: B-

13: Miami Dolphins: Christian Wilkins, DT (Clemson)

Wilkins is a versatile player coming out of Clemson. If you watch his film you can see the power, the speed and great hand usage at times. Clemson asked him to do a lot on that front seven but at the next level he’ll mostly be asked to play 3-tech where he’ll probably be more productive. He won’t wow you with a ton of sacks but he will free up some pass rush lanes for whoever the dolphins bring in to play on the edge. Grade: B

14: Atlanta Falcons: Chris Lindstrom, Guard, (Boston College)

The Falcons reached for this pick. Cody Ford was available and he’s easily the better player at the guard position. The Falcons have more pressing needs on defense and should’ve probably used this pick on a edge rusher. Lindstrom will be able to come in and compete for the starting job right away. Grade: C-

15: Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, QB, ( Ohio State)

At 6’2 214 pounds Haskins has prototypical size to be a NFL quarterback. He benefits best from an offense that allows him to get the ball out quick. Haskins is really good at going through his progressions, reading defenses pre snap and looking off defenders. He can struggle with his accuracy a little on the deep throws but looks very accurate throwing the ball in the middle of the field. He’s able to climb the pocket and he’s able to throw accurate balls into tight windows. Pressure in his face is where you start to see his weakness. Overall he’s the second best quarterback in this draft and being one year starter might mean he should sit for a year or two. Grade: B-

16: Carolina Panthers: Brian Burns, Edge, (Florida State)

Carolina needed this pick pretty badly. Brian Burns is a very athletic edge rusher with a very explosive first step. He’s undersized for his position at 250 pounds so he’ll need to put on weight. His weakness is his power and run support. Grade: B

17: New York Giants: Dexter Lawrence, DT, (Clemson)

At 330 pounds he has great size and moves very quick. If you watch his film you’ll see the flashes of quickness and strength. He’s not the most technical at his position so he mostly uses his power to get off blocks to disrupt plays in the backfield. I don’t like the value of this pick. He was projected to be a late 1st rounder by many. Grade: C

18: Minnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury, Center, (NC State)

This is the pick that the Vikings needed to take. Bradbury is a athletic center who will help open up holes for that run game. They must protect Kirk Cousins at all cost. Bradbury has quick feet and you see that on film. He’s probably the best outside zone blocking interior lineman. Grade: B+

19: Tennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, DT, (Mississippi State)

If Simmons didn’t tear his ACL he is easily a top 10 pick in this draft. He was a dominant force in the SEC. 33 tackles for loss and 7 sacks for his career. This is obviously a risky pick because of the injury but when healthy he definitely has all pro potential. Grade: B

20: Denver Broncos: Noah Fant, TE,(Iowa)

Denver takes the second best tight end in this class with the 20th pick. John Elway is clearly in a win now mode with this pick. Fant is a versatile player who can line up out wide or in the slot. He’s not the greatest blocker but he gives effort. Good route runner, great hands and has awesome speed for a player his size. He should come in and compete for the starting job ASAP. Grade: B+

21: Green Bay Packers: Darnell Savage, S,(Maryland)

I like what the Packers have done this offseason addressing a lot of the holes on the defense. Darnell Savage plays with great range and covers a lot of ground. Savage has good ball skills and is not afraid to come down and tackle. If I were the GM, I would have went with a receiver here. Grade: B-

22 Philadelphia Eagles: Andre Dillard, OT,(Washington State)

Dillard is a great pass protector coming out of college. He will have to learn how to excel in the run game if he wants to be successful at the next level. He was not asked to do much but pass protect but that does not mean he isn’t capable of doing so. Grade: B

23: Houston Texans: Tytus Howard, OT, (Alabama State)

Houston could’ve went with better options here on this pick. Jawaan Taylor was still on the board and that would’ve been my choice. Watson can’t continue to take so much punishment so some help is better than no help. Grade: C

24: Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs, RB(Alabama)

Absolutely love what Mayock and Gruden did with this pick. Josh Jacobs is the best RB in this year’s draft. I’m not worried about the limited touches he had in college. He played in a crowded backfield so his legs will be fresh at the next level. He possess all the skills you want and need in a starting RB. Grade: A

25: Baltimore Ravens: Marquise Brown, WR(Oklahoma)

The Ravens had to get Lamar Jackson some help on offense. Lamar Jackson struggles throwing the ball down the field so having Brown will help develop Jackson. Brown can work the middle of the field with intermediate routes. He’s a burner who can take the top off a defense as well. Grade:B+

26: Washington Redskins: Montez Sweat, Edge, (Mississippi State)

Teams were worried about the heart issues but Sweat has everything you want and need in a edge rusher. He’s big, strong and fast. Just let the 4.4 speed at the combine speak for itself. He made a lot of plays at Mississippi State and this could be the steal of the first round. Grade:B

27: Oakland Raiders: Johnathan Abram: S,(Mississippi State)

We all expected Greedy Williams to come off the board with this pick but instead they went with the hard hitting safety. The raiders need all the talent they can get to rebuild the defense. Pairing him with Lamarcus Joyner will be very good. Grade: B+

28: LA Chargers: Jerry Tillery, DT,(Notre Dame)

Yes I’m a Chargers fan so I could be a tad bit bias with this pick. This is a huge need for the Chargers. They couldn’t stop the run game at all last season so Tillery with great upside and talent could help beef up that front four. Grade: A-

29: Seattle Seahawks: L.J. Collier, Edge(TCU)

This was a head scratcher for a lot of us here. Seattle should’ve went with a receiver here to give that offense more targets. Offensive line would have been a great choice too. They traded Frank Clark away so here’s the replacement in their minds at 29. Grade: C

30: NY Giants: Deandre Baker, CB,(Georgia)

The Giants traded up to 30 to make Baker the first corner taken off the board. I’m not sure the Giants had to trade up to make this move but they found their guy. Baker shows fluid hips and quick feet on film. Running with faster receivers might give him problems at the next level. Grade: B-

31: Atlanta Falcons: Kaleb McGary, OT,(Washington)

McGary played tackle and guard at Washington so he shows signs of versatility. Also was a four year starter so he has the experience. Arm size and lateral quickness may limit him at the next level. Grade: C+

32: New England Patriots: N’Keal Harry, WR,(Arizona State)

The second best receiver comes off the board to end the first round. The Patriots needed a receiver after trying to trade for some before the draft. The loss of Josh Gordon left a hole to fill and they did just that. Harry is a good route runner and has good hands. His game should improve a lot considering that Tom Brady is his new quarterback. Grade: A+

Round 2

33: Cardinals: Byron Murphy, C,(Washington)

With the status of Patrick Peterson up in the air this is a good pick. He’s a smaller corner but he plays like he is 6’3. He’s not afraid to come up and tackle, he plays physical, he flashes good ball skills and good feet. Love the value here, second best corner in the draft. Grade: B+

34: Colts: Rock Ya-Sin CB, (Temple)

Probably the most physical corner in the draft. Ya-Sin can play, he has the tools you want in a corner. The colts needed someone to play along side of Pierre Desir. The Colts get a first round talent in the the second round. Grade: B+

35: Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OL, (Florida)

We all thought we would could see this pick at 7 but we finally see it here in the second round. Taylor isn’t the most mobile at his position but he’s very powerful. Good pick, protect Nick Foles and open up rush lanes for the running game. Grade: A

36: 49ers: Deebo Samuel, WR, (South Carolina)

Kyle Shanahan will have a ton of fun with this kid. He’s built like a RB but he plays receiver. He’s small at 5’11 but he can do so much in this offense. Very Polished route runner. Grade: B

37: Panthers: Greg Little, OL ( Ole Miss)

Great pick for them here at 37. Cam Newton needs as much protection as possible if they want him to stay healthy. Your’e getting a first round talent in the second round so this is great value. Grade: A+

38: Bills: Cody Ford, OL, (Oklahoma)

The Bills are getting their second year QB as much help as possible. Cody Ford is a hell of player. This kid was projected to be a first round pick so getting him here is awesome value for them. Grade: A

39: Buccaneers: Sean Bunting, CB, (Michigan)

I would have went with Greedy Williams here but this is a obvious need for Tampa. Hargreaves hasn’t panned out so this pick should help them with their weak secondary. Grade: C+

40: Raiders: Trayvon Mullen, C, (Clemson)

Mullen can cover with the best of them. His man skills are very good, he needs to become more involved when tackling. Again the pick here should have been Greedy Williams. Grade: C+

41: Broncos: Dalton Risner, OL, (K State)

This is a solid pick for Denver, they lost some pieces on that offensive line during free agency. This kid is versatile he doesn’t have the typical size for his position but he should come in and compete for a starting job. Grade: B-

42: Broncos: Drew Lock, QB, (Mizzou)

I love this pick here for the Broncos. Lock was projected to be a first round pick so the value is great here at 42. Lock has a great arm and has nice touch on deep throws. Mechanics need to be tweaked but after sitting a year or two he will be a starter for this team. Grade: A

43: Lions: Jahlani Tavai, LB, (Hawaii)

He flies around to the football and shows an amazing effort. He’s versatile so he can also rush the passer. Grade: C+

44: Packers: Elgton Jenkins, OL, (Mississippi State)

Athletic and nasty on the field. Good pick in my eyes . Aaron Rodgers needs to be protected at all cost. Grade: B-

45: Patriots: Joejuan Williams, CB, (Vanderbilt)

This kid is huge at the corner position. He’s 6’3 210 pounds. I think we can expect the Patriots to move him over to safety. His long speed will be in an issue if he stays at corner. He doesn’t turn and well enough to run with speedy receivers. Grade: C+

46: Browns: Greedy Williams, CB, (LSU)

What’s not to love about this pick? The Browns get the best corner in the draft here at 46: The value is great. This kid can cover his tail off. His technical with good feet and hips. We know he has no interest in tackling so that’s his weakness. The fall was a little surprising for Greedy Williams. Grade: A+

47: Seahawks: Marquise Blair, S, (Utah)

Another head scratcher here for Seattle. Taylor Rapp is the best safety in this class and they chose Blair over him. Don’t like this pick. Better options were available. We know they want another Earl Thomas but this wasn’t it here. Grade: C

48: Saints: Erik McCoy, OL, (Texas A&M)

Smart pick for the Saints here. Max Unger retired so they had to find someone to come in and start right away. Drew Brees needs protection if the Saints want to continue this super bowl chase they are on. Grade:B+

49: Colts: Ben Banougu, Edge, (TCU)

He’s strictly a edge rusher and nothing more than that. The Colts need a edge rusher badly so we can get behind this pick. Grade: B

50: Vikings: Irv Smith, TE, (Alabama)

Kyle Rudolph is getting older and this offense could use as many weapons as possible. Irv Smith is an athletic and speedy tight end. Grade: B

51: Titans: A.J. brown, WR (Ole Miss)

Finally the best receiver comes off the board here at 52. He’s the best route runner in this class. Majority of his work will be done in the slot. Get him a quarterback and this kid will be good. Grade: B

52: Bengals: Drew Sample:, TE, (Washington)

He has the skill set but he barely was used in college. Maybe the Bengals will utilize him more. Grade: C+

53: Eagles : Miles Sanders, RB,(Penn State)

This is a great pick for the eagles. That backfield is crowded and Sanders could be the player to win that job. Grade:B+

54: Texans: Lonnie Johnson, CB(Kentucky)

Johnson is a big, long and physical corner. Very good instincts and played against the best competition in the SEC. Good pick for Houston. Grade: B

55: Texans: Max Scharping, OT,(NIU)

Another offensive lineman taken here to protect their young star at quarterback. This offensive line was awful last year. Watson was sacked 62 times last season so this is good here. Grade: B

56: Chiefs: Mecole Hardman, WR,(Georgia)

The Chiefs made this pick because we aren’t sure what it is going to happen with Tyreke Hill. Hardman is is really fast and can stretch the field in this offense. Paris Campbell or Riley Ridley would’ve been a good option here as well. Grade: B-

57: Eagles: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Wr,(Stanford)

Parris Campbell should have been the pick here. The Eagles are looking to trade to Nelson Agholor so why not bring in a speedy receiver who can stretch the field. Campbell is looked at as a gadget player but that’s just the offense he played in at Ohio state. Grade: C+

58: Cowboys: Trysten Hill, DL, (UCF)

Hill is a very talented player. For some reason the coaches didn’t play him as much as they should have. The Cowboys could use the defensive line help. Grade: B+

59: Colts: Paris Campbell, WR,(Ohio State)

Absolutely love this pick for the Colts here. Other than T.Y Hilton there’s no other option at receiver. Grade: A-

60- Chargers: Nasir Adderley, S,(Delaware State)

My Chargers are on the clock here and words can’t explain how excited I was when this pick was called. I’ve been calling this pick for months now. This is a hole that needed to be filled with the release of Jahleel Addae. Adderley has great ball skills, he’s a hard hitter and can come down and cover. This Chargers secondary can be one of the best next season. Grade: A+

61: Rams: Taylor Rapp, S,(Washington)

Huge pick for the Rams here. They added Eric Weddle in free agency and pairing him with Taylor Rapp will boost that secondary a lot. When healthy the Rams will have Aqib Talib, Marcus Peters, Eric Weddle and Taylor Rapp. Rapp can do a little bit of everything. Grade: A-

62: Cardinals: Andy Isabella, WR,(UMASS)

Speedy quick receiver who reminds you of Danny Amendola. The Cardinals will need all the speed they can get to run this new offense. Grade: B

63: Chiefs: Juan Thornhill, S, (Virginia)

Juan Thornhill played corner before being converted over to safety and that’s a good thing. His versatility will help that weak secondary in Kansas City. Grade: B

64: Seahawks: D.K Metcalf, WR, ( Ole Miss)

We all know about his freakish athleticism. He’s big, strong and fast. If we were going to draft guys just off of traits or athleticism he would be a top 5 pick. He’s not a good route runner at all. Injuries are a problem for him as well. If his traits and athleticism can translate over to the league he will be a star. Grade: C+

65: Cardinals: Zach Allen, DL, (Boston College)

Zach Allen plays fast and hard on every single snap. He’s not going to be the best player on the field but he will be a good guy who has a solid lengthy NFL career. Grade: B-

66: Steelers: Diontae Johnson, WR, (Toledo)

This pick should’ve easily been Hakeem Butler in my opinion. He’s the better play at the position. The Steelers are the best team in the NFL when it comes to developing talent at receiver position. This pick will probably pan out. Grade: B

67: 49ers: Jalen Hurd, Wr, (Baylor)

Hurd was once a running back at Tennessee before transferring to Baylor. He’s big for a receiver at 6’5 225 pounds. Hurd is versatile and can do tons of things in this Kyle Shanahan offense. Expect him to see tons of snaps at tight end or H Back. Grade: C

68: Jets: Jachai Polite, Edge, (Florida)

Polite is one hell of a player. He’s a good pass rusher and he plays with consistent effort. He fell in this draft due to his awful showing at the combine and he didn’t receive the best recommendations from his coaches. That might worry the Jets but they’re getting a first round talent in the third round. Grade: B

69: Jaguars: Josh Oliver, TE, (SJST)

There are other players that i would’ve chosen here. Sternberger would’ve been the better option. Jacksonville feels like he’s their guy so they took him. Grade: C+

70: Rams: Darrell Henderson, RB, (Memphis)

If you haven’t seen this kid play you need to turn on his tape right now. He is FAST. I like this pick, he’ll be a nice fit in the offense but what’s really wrong with Todd Gurley? Grade: A

71: Broncos: Dre’Mont Jones, DT, (Ohio State)

This is a good pick for Denver. I think it’s time for them to move on from Wolfe. Jones can get to the quarterback from his interior position. Grade: B+

72: Bengals: Germaine Pratt, LB, ( NCST)

Pratt plays hard and he’s got some speed. Cincinnati needed a linebacker in the worst way so I think this was a decent pick. Grade: C+

73: Bears: David Montgomery, RB, (Iowa State)

This is my favorite pick of the third round. Montgomery is an every down back who runs hard and can catch the ball out of the backfield. Grade: B

74: Bills: Devin Singletary, RB, (FAU)

Singletary was very productive last season at FAU. He has blazing speed and can make defenders miss. He’s small at 5’7 203 pounds but he can play. Josh Allen will have a lot more help on this offense for next season. Grade: B-

75: Packers: Jace Sternberger, TE, (Texas A&M)

He was productive last season at A&M. He’s a good route runner and he can gain some yards after the catch. He plays fast for a guy his size. Aaron Rodgers will throw him a lot of passes next season. Grade: B

76: Redskins: Terry McLaurin, WR, (Ohio State)

He was teammates with Dwayne Haskins so the chemistry between the two can help the development of both rookies. He’s fast but he needs to develop all aspects of his game before he can become effective at the next level. Grade: C+

77: Patriots: Chase Winovich, Edge, (Michigan)

I know everyone wants to label him as an effort guy or a try hard player but he’s more than that. He was more productive in college than his teammate Rashan Gary who went 12th overall. He’s talented and the tape shows. He tested great at the combine too. Grade: B+

78: Dolphins: Michael Deiter, OL, (Wisconsin)

He’s very versatile. He could play guard or tackle for Miami. This is a good pick. Josh Rosen will need some protection to excel. Grade: B+

79: Rams: David Long, CB, (Michigan)

This is a good pick for the Rams. The corners in LA are getting older so this could be a long term fit for Long. Grade: A-

80: Browns: Sione Takitaki, LB, (BYU)

This is tad high for him. He plays with effort on every play. He can do a couple of different things for this defense. Grade: C-

81: Lions: Will Harris, S, (Boston College)

He’s best playing closer to the line of scrimmage. He shows up in the run game but he’s not the best cover safety. He’s athletic so that will help the weak secondary of Detroit. Grade: C

82: Titans: Nate Davis, OL, (Charlotte)

He didn’t play against top completion so that’s always something to worry about. He’s strong and moves quicker than what people give him credit for. He’ll need to develop but he can be a quality starter. Grade: C-

83: Steelers: Justin Layne, C, (Michigan State)

Absolutely love the value of this pick for the Steelers. They’re getting a first round talent here at 83. This secondary is weak so he’ll come in and contribute right away.

84: Chiefs: Khalen Saunders, DL, (Western Illinois)

He’s short at the position at 6’0 but he can move. 324 pounds who can help the chiefs transition over to their 4-3 scheme. Grade: B

85: Ravens: Jaylon Ferguson, Edge, (Louisiana Tech)

Ferguson is a first round talent in this class. He’s 6’5 260 so size isn’t problem. With the loss of Suggs he could come in and contribute right away. He was very productive in college. Grade: B+

86: Texans: Kahale Warring, TE, (San Diego State)

I don’t like this pick. Houston has more pressing needs. Grade: C

87: Patriots: Damien Harris, RB, (Alabama)

I like the player just not the team who picked him. This backfield is already crowded with white, hill, burkhead and Michel. Grade: C+

88: Seahawks: Cody Barton, LB, (Utah)

Another Utah player drafted by Seattle here. Barton plays quick and has good cover skills. Grade: C+

89: Colts: Bobby Okereke, LB, (Stanford)

People consider him a project, he’s athletic and some ability if he develops. Grade: C

90: Cowboys: Connor McGovern, OL, (Penn State)

I like this pick. He blocked for some pretty good backs at Penn State. He should be a starter in a few seasons. Grade: B

91: Chargers: Trey Pipkins, OL, (Sioux Falls)

I’m not a huge fan of this pick. I know the kid has some upside but he played at a small school. He’s going to be a project. The chargers are competing for a super bowl so they don’t have time for projects on the offensive line. Bobby Evans should’ve been the pick here. Grade: C-

92: Jets: Chuma Edoga, OL, (USC)

He’s athletic at 6’3 310 pounds. He’s a good pass protector but his run blocking could use a lot of improvement. Grade: C+

93: Ravens: Miles Boykin, WR, (ND)

I love what the Ravens are doing for Lamar Jackson on offense. I like this pick here. He’s got size and a lot of potential. If Lamar Jackson can get him the ball he’ll be good, Grade: B+

94: Buccaneers: Jamel Dean, CB, (Auburn)

I like the pick here. Todd Bowles needs all the secondary help that he can get for this defense. Grade: B

95: Giants: Oshane Ximines, Edge, (Old Dominion)

The Giants should’ve addressed this position with their 6th or 17th pick. Oshane will have a chance to come in play sooner than later. Grade: B-

96: Bills: Dawson Knox, TE, (Ole Miss)

I love the pick here. Josh Allen will be equipped with some solid weapons. Knox is a tough tight end who can move well. He was barely used in college, Buffalo will change that. Grade: A-

97: Rams: Bobby Evans, OL, (Oklahoma)

Evans was great at Oklahoma. If you seen the pocket that Kyler Murray was throwing from last year, Evans was a main contributor to that. Grade: B+

98: Jaguars: Quincy Williams, LB, (Murray State)

I was watching Matt Miller from Bleacher Report grade this pick and he said he didn’t have this kid getting drafted. He wasn’t even on his big board. Grade: D+

99: Buccaneers: Mike Edwards, S, (Kentucky)

Again, Tampa needs to boost the secondary. I like Edwards and he has some nice abilities. I would’ve went with Chauncey Gardner Johnson here. Grade: C+

100: Panthers: Will Grier, QB, (West Virginia)

I don’t like the pick here. Carolina has more pressing needs than a backup quarterback. I was hoping Will Grier went somewhere he could play soon. Grade: C

101: Patriots: Yodny Cajuste, OL, (West Virginia)

Cajuste was projected to go a lot earlier so this pick has great value. New England will develop him into a quality starter. Grade: B+

102: Vikings: Alexander Mattison, RB, (Boise State)

The production is definitely there for Mattison. Back to Back 1000 yard seasons. His junior year was easily his best season, 1400 plus rushing yards and 17 touchdowns. He ran a 4.57 so we know he’s just a downhill runner. Grade: C

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