datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by The O.D.B in My targets for each round
Here's my first few rounds. ++ indicates guys I really want for us.
NOTE: some are not in the spot/round they are projected but instead, are in the place where they hold value for me.
++Ed Oliver, DL, Houston
++Jawaan Taylor, OL, Florida
++Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
++Christian Wilkins Clemson Sr
++Dexter Lawrence Clemson Jr
Jonah Williams Alabama Jr
Rashan Gary Michigan - No my pick but I can't get over how he raved about his interview with the coahcing staff and how they really sinserly wanted to get to know him. If Quinn likes him I'm good.
Clelin Ferrell Clemson Jr
Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State
Montez Sweat Miss. State Sr EDGE 3 6-6 260
++Andre Dillard Washington St. Sr OL 3 6-5 315
++Dexter Lawrence Clemson Jr DL 5 6-4 342
++Jachai Polite Florida Jr EDGE 6 6-3 258
++Vosean Joseph Florida Jr LB 7 6-1 230
++Deandre Baker Georgia Sr CB 3 5-11 193
++Deionte Thompson Alabama Jr S 3 6-1 195
Jerry Tillery, DL, Notre Dame
Jonathan Abram, DB, Mississippi State
Dalton Risner Kansas St. Sr OL 8 6-5 312
Elgton Jenkins, OL, Mississippi State
++Riley Ridley Georgia Jr WR 10 6-1 199
++Austin Bryant Clemson Sr EDGE 11 6-4 271
++Darnell Savage, Jr. Maryland Sr S 7 5-11 198
++Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois
Jeffery Simmons Miss. State Jr DL 6 6-4 301
Isaiah Johnson, DB, Houston
Renell Wren, DT, Arizona State
Damien Harris Alabama Sr RB 2 5-10 216
Yodny Cajuste West Virginia Sr OL 12 6-5 312
4th & 5th Round
++Austin Bryant Clemson Sr EDGE 11 6-4 271
++David Long Jr. West Virginia Jr LB 12 5-11 227
++Alize Mack Notre Dame Sr TE 12 6-4 249
Jordan Brailford Oklahoma St. Jr EDGE 16 6-3 252
Daylon Mack Texas A&M Sr DL 22 6-1 336
Karan Higdon Michigan Sr RB 16 5-9 206
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by Smiler11 in My targets for each round
I try to do this every year (see 2016 & 2017). Below is my shortlist of targets for each round - guys who in my mind address needs, represent value and are scheme fits. Some call it a 'short' or 'small' board. Bill Belichick is famous for having a list of 20-30 targets every year and so it's not a stretch to imagine TD & Pioli using something similar.
Obviously not all of these guys will be available where I have them slated to go and in some rounds we may have to get creative to get some of these guys.
Without further ado here is my list:
Ed Oliver, DL, Houston Jawaan Taylor, OL, Florida Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
Sean Bunting, DB, Central Michigan Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida Nasir Adderley, DB, Delaware Chase Winovich, Edge, Michigan Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State
Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State Isaiah Johnson, DB, Houston Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota Chuma Edoga, OL, USC Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois
4th & 5th Round
Renell Wren, DT, Arizona State Maxx Crosby, Edge, Eastern Michigan Jamal Davis, Edge, Akron Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State Trysten Hill, DT, UCF Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State Lamont Gaillard, OL, Georgia Evan Worthington, DB, Colorado Mercole Hardman, WR, Georgia Joe Jackson, DE, Miami
6th & 7th Round
Ryan Bates, OL, Penn State Iosua Opeta, OL, Weber State Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo John Cominsky, DE, Charleston Iman Marshall, DB, USC Gary Johnson, LB, Texas Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn Mitch Wishnowsky, P, Utah Jack Fox, P, Rice Jake Browning, QB, Washington
Summerhill liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Mock draft for 2019
Zach Allen = late second, third round
Gerald Willis = third round
Ben Powers = late 4th, 5th round
Garrett Bradbury = 1st round
David Sills = late second, third round
Greg Gaines = got that right
Alec Ingold = not sure
Now this is my opinion. Nobody has a crystal ball here.
81KJW liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Mock draft for 2019
Wouldn't say awful, just unrealistic. Bradbury going in the first, Zach Allen is a decent player but a reach at 14 overall. David Sills isn't lasting to the 5th round. Ben Powers is okay, maybe a reach there where he is. I like the players though, I just would say a bit out of order.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by b3nz. in pre-combine mock offseason 2/21/19
im not really too knowledgeable with cap numbers like some of you guys doing mocks, so im not gonna act like i am and put in salary #s or a lot of detail, this is just a quick idea of guys i like or things the team may end up doing.
Ryan Schraeder (with Sambrailo getting his extension, come June 1st i think Schraeder gets the boot)
Matt Schaub (wishful thinking i guess, i just think his money could be better spent elsewhere, probably end up bringing him back tho)
Daryl Williams RT - with TD saying that its easier for Guards to make the transition to pros than Tackles, and with Sambrailo getting the type of deal he got, i think the Falcons are in the perfect spot to roll the dice on Daryl Williams health. Williams played at a high level before he got hurt and i think we can bring him in a on a short team friendly 'prove it' deal, if he returns to form they picked up a high level tackle, if his injury is hampering his play, we got Ty (for better or for worse)
i dont think we make too many moves in FA, after spending a lot of effort on bringing back Grady and reworking Julio, we'll probably only go after 1 starter caliber guy and a handful of back of the roster guys.
after watching us clean house over the past few weeks, we actually have quite a few holes to fill and not a ton of money to do it with, this is why i think we inevitably trade down unless a blue chip guy like Ed Oliver or Rashan Gary fall to 14. i think we could get a 3rd and 5th to slide down a handful of picks, the obvious trade partner would be with Oakland i suppose.
*1: Chris Lindstrom RG Boston College- my favorite interior o-line prospect of this draft, he seems to have the blend of athleticism, size, strength, and technique that you would covet at the position. not a sexy pick, but a no brainer pick for a team desperate to upgrade the o-line. who knows man, all of the coaching staff and front office going on about improving the o-line could very well be a smokescreen to go all in for a CB in round 1, god i hope not.
2: Elgton Jenkins LG/C Mississippi State- i know many think he wont be here at this pick and very well may not be, but i think he's the perfect pick for us in this round as he would slide in at LG and then eventually be the Alex Mack replacement once he retires or leaves. Jenkins is hella strong and intelligent and we should be looking to slide up a few spots to secure him in the 2nd round.
*3: Khalen Saunders DT Western Illinois - with the o-line wrapped up essentially, our next biggest hole on the team is defensive depth, especially on the d-line. letting Reed and Shelby and McClain all walk, we need bodies. Saunders has everything we need on the d-line, hes super athletic, very stout at the point of attack, and can play all over the line even at his size and weight. his stock has been rising and i dont think he will be there at our 3rd, so we use the 3rd we acquired in the fake trade to grab him.
3: Austin Bryant DE Clemson - one area DQ has said we need to improve is in holding up on the line of scrimmage and stopping the run. on top of being a talented pass rusher, Bryant is huge and very underrated against the run. i honestly dont know why he isnt higher on many draft boards i see online but i think he could be a steal in a 3rd round.
4: D'Andre Walker DE/OLB Georgia - in losing Brooks Reed, we're losing a key situational pass rusher. Walker is just that, a decent rotational rusher. He doesnt have the same run stopping prowess as Reed, but he's quicker (at least with the eye test) and more athletic. ive seen Walker all over the place when it comes to projected draft position so i honestly dont know if im way off base thinking he'll be here in the 4th. but CBSSports has him the 104th ranked prospect and we pick 110, close enough for me to put him here i guess.
4c: Iman Marshall CB USC - moving on from Alford and Poole puts a lot of pressure on Oliver and Kazee to perform. i personally think they will do just fine, but we will still need to draft a CB or find a serviceable one in FA. Marshall has the size and skills that DQ likes at corner and he would be a special teams contributor right away while he earns snaps in Dime packages. although with a good combine showing, his stock may rise out of this range.
*5: Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson - i think we let Hardy walk this offseason and there were reports we were poking around mid-late round receivers at the senior bowl. some may think that Renfrow will go before this but i dont know, i dont think Renfrow will test that well at the combine and he doesnt have an impressive physique (teams are all the time overthinking guys based on what they look like when working out). but Hunter can flat out play and would be just the type of guy to replace Hardy.
5: Lukas Denis S Boston College - the play of Kazee in Allens absence was awesome, but with him (or Allen) presumably filling the nickel spot full time, a position we dont have a lot of depth at has somehow become more shallow. Denis was a great college player but his stock seems to be low because of his size. the Falcons seem to have great luck finding safeties in the 5th round, here's to hoping they find another.
5c: Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo - as stated above, i hope we dont pay Matt Schaub another couple mil just to hold a clipboard and screw things up every time Matt Ryan botches a slide and destroys his knee brace. Tyree is a huge QB with some interesting tools for the NFL, why not take a chance with a rookie as the backup. if we're in a situation where our backup has to play any large chunk of games, we'll be equally screwed with Schaub as we would with a rookie. and with 18 different head coaches on the roster, we dont need to overpay Schaub just because hes been around the block.
6: Qadree Ollison RB Pittsburgh - unfortunately we probably dont have the cap space to bring back Tevin Coleman as he killed it last year and will probably get paid. i feel Ito Smith proved to be a capable #2 back and we dont need to invest high draft capital on another RB, but we do need to address the position either late in the draft or in FA. Ollison was very productive at Pitt and is an all around type of back.
7: Mitch Wishnowsky P Utah - idk man, we cant afford to tie up money in Bosher who is just ok as a punter. using a draft pick on a punter seems whatever but TD and co have done it before with Bosher and it will be a need. oddly enough, as much as i wouldnt want to waste a pick on a punter, he probably wont even be here in the 7th.
thats about it, idk how realistic any of it is but i gave it shot, tell me what you guys think.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by Cole World in Chris Lindstrom has the look of the next elite player at the position
Now that my #1 choice has injured himself (Simmons) I turn to Chris Lindstrom. Dimitroff has already said it easier for guards to transition to the NFL. Why not try to trade back and pick Lindstrom.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by atlanta_dude in Mock Offseason
I do think you make a few good points here, but my issue with your position is the concept of a window. I don't believe that you have to have a window if you strategically plan & manage your team. I'll try to go through your post piece-by-piece.
1) Sitton is better than Levitre ever was. If he is healthy, we potentially have a Pro Bowl LT, LG and C. This immediately results in improved line play -- across the board.
2) Outside of Jonah Williams and maybe Cody Ford, there isn't a guard in this draft that I will trust over a multi-year starter Scweitzer. Long term? Maybe, but the odds of a guard coming in and outperforming Wes are slim.
3) I mentioned targeting a guy like Daryl Williams to replace Schraeder. My brain says we get outbid though. I do think Schraeder bounces back some. Saimbrello + Howard + improved TE & FB blocking + improved coaching scheme will improve the overall play of the line as well.
I've seen a lot of opinions about signing a guy like Saffold + Trent Brown. I don't understand how you make those moves without sacrificing key players ... there wouldn't be enough cap space for a competitive team outside of the 2 years you stated. More realistically, you can only sign one. Say you sign Brown only. You are still starting Scweitzer + a Rookie Guard or Fusco. Say you Sign Saffold. You are still starting Sweitzer + Schraeder. My point is, it will take multiple moves to fix our OL, and i'm not willing to sacrifice our future for a potential window.
The Peregrine liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Mock Offseason
Okay, just wanting to be corrected here.
We could not protect the QB this year. Our head coach says Mack and Matthews were the only one's doing there job this year, scrub the rest. Anemic on offense. Can't do anything if you can't execute and control the LOS. And the solution is too keep Scweitzwer, Sambreilo, and Schraeder as starters, potential starters, bring in a rookie 3rd round small school guy, replace Levitre with "another Levitre", and role with that. It could work, we've already seen what we have in the guys we are retaining, I'm hoping Schraeder was an off year. If last year repeats this year, we will still need to reinvest in the O line to protect Matt Ryan and run the ball adequately. Still anemic on offense. Howard could be a hit, could not, small school guys still need more time to develop. And to me the real window is this year and next year, don't have time right now to groom the LG of the future in Bar. The way the contracts are on defense, Julio isn't getting any younger, Ryan in that prime window, window is 2 years maybe 3 to me.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by atlanta_dude in Mock Offseason
I want to start by saying, I don't think we plan on any major free agency signings. I think the vast majority of our cap room goes to retaining our players with the exception of a patented outside of the box TD trade this year. My offseason retains our top talent, gives depth & young talent at our biggest needs, and sets us up – cap wise- for our free agents next year. Even then .. with these moves, cap space will be tight.
Trade: Falcons trade a 2019 6th & 2020 pick to the Miami Dolphins for Josh Sitton. Say hello to this year's version of Andy Levitre. The Dolphins aren't going to be competitive and they know it. This gives them draft capital while clearing the payroll. Falcons get their new starting LG on a contract with 1 year left. He'll fall off the books next year while giving us time to groom our future starting LG (see draft later).
Resign: Saimbrelo, Irvin, Jarrett, Poole, B Carter and Bethel. Saimbrelo is an excellent backup swing tackle. Irvin can play an important role to providing depth and veteran leadership to Vic & Takk. Fusco is not a resigning, but I do believe he stays for 1 more year. Good depth at value.
Extend: V Beasley & J Jones. Beasley I think will be in the range of 3-4 years @ 8-10/year. I believe with better DTs his production will pick up. I may not see it, but it seems our coaches feel there is still plenty of potential. Plus, there aren’t any free agent DE’s that would replace his value for less $.
Cut: B Reed, R Alford, M Bryant. I don't think we make any other notable cuts, unless ...
Potential FA: I do think we make a push for a guy like Daryl Williams (RT). If we are able to sign him, Schraeder is a post June 1 cut. If we cannot (this is my opinion of how it will play out unfortunately), I think Schraeder takes a pay cut. Either way, with an improved interior (Sitton) + competitive depth (see Saimbrelo + draft), the RT position will improve next year.
FA: Any other FA moves will be depth at best ... more than likely just filling out the roster on minimum contracts.
These moves still leave the roster with plenty of holes: Base DE, DT, LB Depth, CB, WR Depth, RB, FB, OT, OG. We cannot fill out every hole in the draft, but I believe the draft will fall where we can go BPA and still fill these primary needs (ideal way to draft).
1) C Wilkins - DT. This guy is a top 10 talent, but due to teams that draft by need I think we luck into him falling to us. BPA at a position of need. Other potential: Jonah Williams, Ed Oliver & Jeffrey Simmons. Jonah will be gone. Like it or not, Simmons isn't going to be a Falcon due to his past. Oliver I strongly considered, but there is just something watching him play that makes me question his ability to translate the NFL. I have no doubt that Wilkins will be a player. (hot take: Clemson's DLine's best NFL players will be: 1) Wilkins 2)Bryant 3)Lawrence 4)Ferrell)
2) Rock Ya Sin – CB. Top 50 player … I don’t care what a lot of these draft boards are saying. Even though he doesn’t have the experience at the top level of college football, he’ll be a baller. I believe the Falcons view CB as a bigger need than most. Cutting our arguably best cover corner and leaving it in the hands of a 2nd year player? Not to mention is Tru going to still be starting caliber… This is a BPA pick that provides depth and competition at a position that Quinn views as vital to the success of a defense. Other options considered: OT/OG. There are a few names that I could see us looking into, but in terms of 2nd round OL vs 3/4/5 round OL, I don’t see as big of a gap in talent as I do in CB from rounds 2 to later.
3) Tytus Howard – OT. Good size, footwork, and showed well in Senior Bowl against higher level competition. He’s not going to be a day 1 starter. Keeping Schraeder on for a year (assuming we don’t sign Williams), he can take the year to develop his craft and take over next year when we cut Schraeder for cap purposes. If Tytus is gone, based on who the Falcons were linked to, I could see us taking a guy like Trey Pipkins. Unfortunately I couldn’t find any tape on Trey so I will have to withhold opinion.
4) Wes Hills – RB. IMO huge sleeper. He may have gone to a small school, but he is a stud. Total package … vision, cutting ability, and power. May not have the top line speed TECO does, but he is fast enough. I’ll be confident in Ito & Wes to take over RB if Devonte goes down.
4-Comp) Jon Ledbetter – DE. Base DE to replace Shelby. I’ve always felt he was misused at UGA (and I’m a Tech fan). He showed more pass rushing ability at the Senior Bowl than I was expecting. I think he is very raw there, but his ability to set the edge will be there day 1. Excellent value here. I believe post-combine he’ll be viewed closer to an early 4th to maybe late 3rd round pick.
5) Alex Bar – OG. We luck out here, assuming he comes back healthy from his injury. If he was healthy this year, he’s a 2nd-3rd round prospect … more than likely 2nd. Picking up Sitton for the year will give him the time to heal up and take over LG when Sitton is gone next year.
5-Comp) Jazz Ferguson – WR. Sleeper pick. The Ferguson brother that is not a 1st to 3rd round prospect --- only due to issues with school. He ended up at a small school, but certainly showed out (watch his game film vs Texas A&M to see him go against P5 competition). I see NFL size, speed, hands and willingness to block. Route running needs some cleaning up. Will take this year to be acclimated to NFL speed and be our #3 receiver next year behind Julio & Ridely. Sanu is a cap casualty next year.
7) Trevon Wesco – FB/H-back. IMO this guy was completely off my radar until the Senior Bowl. And that’s when they tried him out at FB. If he can shed a few pounds and pick up a little speed, this guy could be a championship level puzzle piece. His pass blocking will be elite for a FB which improves our OL. He’s a TE at heart ... he can run routes and catch. You can’t count on him just to block if you are playing defense. Goal line game changer.
Depth Chart (Bolded names are starters)
DE: Takk // Vic // Irvin // Ledbetter // Means
DT: Jarrett // Wilkins //Crawford // Senat // Zimmer
LB: Olukon // Jones // Campbell // Riley // Carter
CB: Tru // Oliver // Poole // Ya Sin // Wreh-Wilson
S: Neal // Allen // Kazee // Neasman
OT: Mathews // Schraeder // Saimbrello // Howard
OG: Sitton // Sweitzer // Fusco // A Bars
TE: Hooper // Paulsen // Saubert
WR: Julio // Sanu // Ridley // Ferguson // Gage // Hall
RB: Freeman // Ito // W Hills // B Hill
FB: T Wesco
QB: Ryan // Benkert or Vet FA
A little different than what I've seen thrown around out there, but I think something like this is the right path to take. Sets us up talent & cap wise for not only this year. IMO the draft every year should be based on cap & team needs the next year w/ small FA moves substituting for more current year needs ... that's the way to consistently get ahead.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by kiwifalcon in Jeffrey Simmons film study
I don’t understand the size bit.
Because a guys big he’s automatically attracting double teams or is stout against the run
If the guy can’t disrupt why would an opposition bother to double him.It makes zero sense.
You double the guy that’s the most dangerous and here in lies why we want another terror like Jarrett inside who can do both size be ****ed.
Osiruz liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Jeffrey Simmons film study
Don't really follow Voch like that but he pointed out some things I've thought for a while now. Simmons is a powerful dude, great player, would love him here. As far as how he fits, I really think they want Grady at 3 primarily and bring in someone to play over the center primarily. Attempted that with Poe coming here. Have Grady at 1 situationally not primarily or in rotation. Gray is best playing on the edge of guys. Simmons wouldn't afford us that. I don't see the best position for him is directly over center just like Grady. Simmons is a 3 primarily, 1 situationally like Grady is. Just sharing my opinion. Simmons is a great player, and is one of the best inside guy coming out. I've always struggled with how he would fit with what we already have here and I got tired of teams playing bully downhill football controlling the LOS because Grady isn't a take 2, control the center type of guy play in play out.
Osiruz liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Jeffrey Simmons film study
This all depends on whether you want the best Grady. He's not at his best ANYWHERE, Aaron Donald is at his best anywhere. He doesn't play 1 and 3 equally. You can line Donald up at either 1 or 3 and get the same Donald, Grady is not that player. It is a vast difference in what you have on run downs in him at 3 than you do with him at 1. Big difference.
Grady doesn't play over center just as good as when he's at under. He's not equally good at both areas. And it depends on the opponent and situation to whether he should be at 1 or 3. That's the main reason teams like Baltimore, Eagles, Steelers, Titans, Jags, etc... come in here and are able to control the line of scrimmage the way they can.
Grady is great at 3 regardless of who we play. At 1, over the center, depends on the match up, the scheme, the OC. You can plug Grady at 3 and leave him there. Don't even have to worry about down and distance. You can't do that with him at 1. Him and Poe interchanged according to the match up and scheme of the offense. They didn't just do that out of no where. I'm sorry fellas, you can't just leave Grady at 1 all game against the Steelers and expect the best Grady. Broncos, Giants, okay but Grady best is 3 technique.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by A-TowN.- in Carl Granderson
PROS: Long rusher with a good NFL frame. Shows the ability to reduce surface area and duck underneath punches; can continue up the arc with decent tilt to threaten the set point, though true bend through the lower half seems lacking. Able to throw inside spin counter and does well to read QB set points to adjust accordingly. Excels when slicing into the B-gap as a run defender and when twisting inside on T-E stunts as a pass-rusher — interior presence currently the best aspect of his game. Will occasionally throw a quick inside move as a pass-rusher with good success. Hands can be strong swiping or push-pulling when they arrive on time. Can get skinny between gaps to present in the backfield, especially when slanting off the snap.
CONS: Athleticism widely disappoints. Lacks explosiveness off the snap to be a true threat to corner and does not have the agility to drop in space as a coverage player at 255 pounds. Is immediately upright out of his stance and can get easily broadsided by down blocks accordingly. Has very little, if any, power to his frame (especially in the lower half) — gets blown off the ball. Lack of discipline and over-aggressive penetrator mindset only exacerbate the issue: will try to get into gaps he never could, and loses leverage terribly, giving up big running plays.
Is currently uncomfortable playing within OT’s cylinder as a pass-rusher, which greatly limits his ability to generate pressure/sacks. Tries to bend corner without taking the edge track tight to the frame, and is subsequently pushed beyond the peek of the pocket. Gives up his back too often to punches as he attempts to clear his shoulders. Generates no notable hand usage or rush moves beyond inside spin, which is only a decent move to this point. Lacks a great motor.
datchrisb1 liked a post in a topic by Smiler11 in Jeffrey Simmons film study
Technically the 1 wouldn't be lined up over the center, he'd be in the A gap. Grady plays that role just fine.
Here's a quote from the man himself...
"This year, I've been [playing at] nose a lot heavier kind of because of the personnel that we've got," Jarrett explained. "But I play both well. And when I'm at both, I want to be the best that I can be.
"At nose, you're going to get a lot more doubles and you might have to be a lot more stout in the run game. Three tech, you have a lot more pass-rush options and also opportunities to make plays in the backfield. But they come at nose, too. So they kind of just come how they go. I've gotten sacks from the nose. I've gotten sacks from the three-technique. I got tackles for loss from the nose. I got tackles for loss from the three-technique."
Sui_Generis liked a post in a topic by datchrisb1 in Mock offseason 1
Let walk: Andy Levitre OG, Matt Schaub QB, Ben Garland OG, Derrick Shelby DT, Justin Bethel S, Terrel McClain DT, Justin Hardy WR, Tevin Coleman RB, Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB
Cuts: Ryan Schraeder RT, Brooks Reed DE
Retain: Grady Jarrett DT, Marvin Hall WR, Brian Poole CB, Steven Means DE, Ty Sambailo OT, Zane Beatles OG, Jordan Richards S, Jon Condo LS, Logan Paulsen TE, Bruce Carter LB, Bruce Irvin DE
Jihad Ward DT/DE
De'Anthony Thomas WR/KR
Ryan Griffin QB
Round 1: Cody Ford OG (Oklahoma)
Round 2: Dalton Risner RT (Kansas ST)
Round 3: Iman Marshall CB (USC)
Round 4: Daylon Mack DT (Texas A&M)
Round 4 (comp pick): Joe Jackson DE (Miami)
Round 5: Khalen Saunders DT (Western Illinois)
Round 5 (comp pick): Rodney Anderson RB/FB (Oklahoma)
Round 6: Zach Kentry TE (Michigan)
Round 7: Mook Reynolds CB/S (Virginia Tech)