O/A Rank Top-15 Tight Ends
8 O.J. Howard
27 David Njoku
34 Evan Engram
56 Adam Shaheen
69 Gerald Everett
78 Jake Butt
112 Jordan Leggett
119 Bucky Hodges
156 George Kittle
165 Jonnu Smith
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2017 NFL Live Draft Round 3
Selections 65-107

Adaptive Live Mock Draft Day 2 | April 28, 2017 12:05 PM EST
Notes: A red cell represent an actual pick | A red cell with a star represents a correct Drafttek prognostication
65 Cleveland
Larry Ogunjobi
    Charlotte
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     -7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
305



Browns keep going with potential upside with Ogunjobi. This guy is a heck of a three-technique with exceptional athleticism, and proved at the Senior Bowl he can penetrate. I will say that the knock on him is that he disappeared at times against inferior competition. Gregg Williams will certainly get the most out of a player like this. That pass rush is getting younger and better. Grade: B+ ~Austin Smith

66 San Francisco
Ahkello Witherspoon
    Colorado
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -29
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
198



This is a really nice pick up for the 49ers who need CB help after releasing Tramaine Brock earlier this offseason. Ahkello Witherspoon has an ideal combination of size and speed, with improving ball skills. Witherspoon was a late bloomer, having played just one year of HS football and is still progressing towards what is sure to be a high ceiling.

Grade: A ~Brett Clancy

67 New Orleans
Alvin Kamara
    Tennessee
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
214



Sean Payton adds another RB to the stable of runners now on hand in New Orleans. TE Alvin Kamara brings back the Reggie Bush-type versatility that Payton coveted "back in the day", and Kamara can deliver with similar ability.

Shifty, can make defenders miss and has solid balance. The fact that he's not a 3-down type back isn't as big a problem as it might be for other teams, as the Saints have Mark Ingram and recently acquired Adrian Peterson to give the offense a "three-headed monster" in the backfield. Besides, Kamara can create havoc lining up in the slot or sliding out from behind the QB on play-action, giving Payton the ability to design plays that take advantage of his ability as a back with good hands. Grade: B+

68 Jacksonville
Dawuane Smoot
    Illinois
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -60
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
264



After tagging the offensive side of the ball with a couple of beauties, the Jags remember the other side with the choice of this 6-3, 265 pound EDGE rusher from Illinois. Nothing sexy about this pick, just a tough plugger who will provide depth on the front seven, with the versatility to play in several different positions on a rotational or emergency basis. A team captain, Dawuane provides maximum effort and will be an asset on special teams.

69 LA Rams
Cooper Kupp
    E Washington
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
204



Cooper Kupp. Sounds more like a Keurig coffee flavor than a college football player. But Kupp is going to make Anthony Lynn happy they drafted him. Here's what you can expect from Kupp: he's going to learn the entire playbook the first week of training camp, he's going to get open, and he's going to catch the ball if it's thrown to him. Those three things alone qualify him to be the Rams' #2 WR. Here's what he's NOT going to do: he's not going to blow past anyone in the NFL, and he's not going to be a true #1 WR. The guy had well over 400 receptions in college, flirting with 4 MILES of yardage. That's not even counting the postseason games. Grade: A

70 Minnesota
Pat Elflein
    Ohio St
    OC
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
303



WOW! Rick Spielman is knocking it out of the park so far! Moving around the board to make things happen, Spielman addresses the need for an interior offensive lineman with the prospect most draftniks had as the #1 Center in the Draft, Pat Elflein. The thing about Elflein that is most attractive to me is that he was widely considered to be "NFL Ready"; he's a guy who can contribute right away and improve the running game. After finishing last year dead-last in the league with an atrocious 3.2 yards/carry, the additions of Dalvin Cook and Pat Elflein should help turn the ground game around quickly! Grade: A+

71 LA Chargers
Dan Feeney
    Indiana
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +17
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
305



A bit of a surprise pick here for the Chargers and not because of the value (or lack thereof), but because they already snagged an interior offensive lineman with their previous pick. This tells me one of two things: either the Chargers are planning on playing one of these guys at Tackle, or Orlando Franklin is out of a job. I have to expect it's the latter, as Joe Barksdale is a season removed from being an above-average player, and they just signed Russell Okung. We knew the Bolts needed help on the offensive line, and the reinforcements have arrived! Grade: B

72 Tennessee
Taywan Taylor
    W Kentucky
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -19
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
195



Interesting move by Tennessee here. They started off the draft using the Fifth overall pick on a Wide Receiver. Now, they move up for another in Taylor. It's clear that they are trying to start over at the receiver position. Not that they had a whole lot of depth to begin with. Taylor will compete with Tajae Sharpe for snaps in the slot receiver role. It's a good pick, but was it worth trading up to draft another receiver this early? Grade: B-

73 Cincinnati
Jordan Willis
    Kansas State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
255



Edge Rusher was probably the biggest need for the Bengals and they found their guy here in RD3. Willis is a player with tremendous upside. He's a freakish athlete with all the physical attributes to get to the QB. His 26 career sacks in college shows he's got a talent for coming off the edge and causing problems. Willis has some questions about his motor, but so did Dunlap when Cincy drafted him. That worked out okay. This is a player who can join the D-Line rotation and contribute right away. With improved work ethic and coaching, Willis can become a solid pro for years to come. With his upside, he could end up one of the better pics in the draft. Grade: A-

74 Baltimore
Chris Wormley
    Michigan
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     +38
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
298



Baltimore is having a highly impactful draft on the defensive side of the ball. Wormley, a guy we projected to the Ravens in RD2, fills the need created by the Jernigan trade for a dynamic performer on the DL. He's a big, physical prospect who has the ability to get in the opponent's backfield. Going in, a pass rusher and an impact DL were among the top team needs, and Ozzie has gotten great value in Bowser and Wormley to fill those needs. Look for the team to turn to offense with the next selection. Grade: A

75 Atlanta
Duke Riley
    LSU
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -18
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
232



The Falcons enjoyed a great success in plucking Deion Jones from LSU. Why not try it again? Riley projects as a WLB, which might push De'Vondre Campbell to the SAM. He's fast with a 4.58 forty time and excellent showings in the agility drills. He had a great Senior Bowl. He doesn't have the size to match up with TEs, but he could be the guy to shut down opposing RBs in the passing game. Odd the Falcons didn't address Guard, but they had every opportunity to and passed. Grade: A-

76 New Orleans
Alex Anzalone
    Florida
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -14
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
241



New Orleans moves back to the defensive side of the ball with Florida Gator LB Alex Anzalone, who will help give that unit more speed, size, and athleticism. He's a former running back, and though he's been injured quite a bit during his collegiate career, he represents 2nd-round talent that gives New Orleans more scheme versatility. Anzalone can play any of the LB positions and provides blitz ability. In 2016 he had 40 tackles and 3.5 sacks (2.5 came in his first two games) and 12 tackles against Tennessee (a career-high). Likely to take the place of Ellerbe initially, but options available to move him all over.

77 Carolina
Daeshon Hall
    Texas A&M
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -47
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
266



A versatile player who lined up all over the Aggies' D, Daeshon Hall is arguably most known for being the guy opposite of Myles Garrett. He's probably best suited as a base end in a 4-3, as he's not quite big/strong enough to play a 5-tech in the 3-4, so the scheme in Carolina fits him well, as he can be groomed to take over for Charles Johnson. Given the state of the depth chart, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Panthers snag another EDGE before this draft is over. Grade: B

78 Baltimore
Tim Williams
    Alabama
    EDGE2
    Reach/Value:     +32
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
244



With Elvis Dumervil gone and Terrell Suggs fading fast, Baltimore needed to make pass rusher a major priority the the 2017 Draft. That need has now been addressed in a MAJOR way on Day 2. Ozzie's second selection from his alma mater in this draft is a relentless pass rusher who has all the ability to be an elite pass rusher in the NFL. That said, Matt Judon had a solid rookie season, and I'm not sure there was a need there after taking Bowser in RD2. Williams is better than #78, and I like him as a player. Moreover, I guess you can argue that you can never have too many pass rushers, but, with the needs this team has, it seems to be a bit of overkill early. Grade: B

79 NY Jets
ArDarius Stewart
    Alabama
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -15
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
204



Mike Maccagnan is having a very impressive Draft so far. With suspension looming over Jalin Marshall, it was always likely that the Jets would add some competition for his roster spot. ArDarius Stewart is your "Swiss Army Knife" kind of WR that makes things happen after the catch. He notched up 8 TD's and averaged 16 yards per catch last year. Scouts and coaches raved about his work ethic and competitive nature. Stewart will also help in the return game. Grade: A-

80 Indianapolis
Tarrell Basham
    Ohio
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
269



Indy gets its first EDGE rusher of the 2017 NFL Draft, and it fits value along with one of its top needs. The Ohio Bobcat standout brings exceptional bend, speed, and multiple pass-rushing moves to get after opposing QB's. The Colts have lacked the disruptive QB-sacking rusher since Robert Mathis began to slow a bit with age and Dwight Freeney left on his Free Agency tour.

Tarrell Basham began starting for the Bobcats midway through his Freshman season and finished his final year at Ohio with 11.5 sacks and 16 TFL. Basham has a high motor and represents an initial step that a rotational EDGE rusher will give the Colts additional defensive pressure to help get them back into the playoffs. Grade: A




81 Washington
Fabian Moreau
    UCLA
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +18
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
206



Steal #2 for the Redskins. Fabian Moreau is a first-round talent that dropped because he tore his pectoral in a draft workout. He is right up there with Marshon Lattimore in his pure man-to-man ability, and he showed off his great deep speed with a 4.35 at the Combine. The Redskins now have added three starters to their defense in their first three picks, and this one might start opposite Josh Norman. A three-year starter at UCLA, Moreau will likely play the boundary, pushing Breeland to the slot. This draft group is shaping up to be a group of difference makers for the Redskins in 2017. Grade: A @Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter

82 Denver
Carlos Henderson
    Louisiana Tech
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -16
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
199



The Broncos needed to add playmakers to that offense and Henderson is a good one. He is dynamite in the open field and averaged 18.7 yards per catch last year. He can stretch the field and also help in the return game. Look for the Broncos to find as many ways as possible to get the ball in his hands. Grade: B+ ~Austin Smith

83 New England
Derek Rivers
    Youngstown St
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +23
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
248



The small-school pass-rusher was dominant in his career with Youngstown State, which might be his greatest liability. He wasn't lacking for numbers, though: This year, Rivers recorded 58 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss and 14 sacks. He finished his career at Youngstown St. with 37.5 career sacks and 56.5 tackles for loss. The Bills wanted him big-time. Here's a sneak peek at their evaluation of the EDGE standout. Grade: A

84 Tampa Bay
Chris Godwin
    Penn St
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
209



Tampa Bay addresses their long-standing need for a big, physical wide receiver that can win in contested-catch situations. Sticking with the theme of selecting players that rank highly in the SPARQ formula, Godwin is the fourth-most athletic wide receiver in the draft and has more athleticism than 89.5-percent of the NFL's wideouts. I love stats like that. He's recorded 128 receptions for 2,083 yards and 16 touchdowns while averaging 16.2 yards-per-catch in the last two seasons combined. Grade: A

85 New England
Antonio Garcia
    Troy
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
293



New England jumps right back into the RD3 fray by selecting Antionio Garcia, possibly the last chance at a decent OT from this underwhelming OT class. Garcia's a 6-foot-7, 302-pounder who anchored a Trojans' O-Line that allowed a national-low 8 sacks in 13 games. Belichick uttered high praise of Garcia with a Calvin-Coolidge-like "He'll be competitive." Watch #53 against Clemson, his toughest match-up. Competitive. Grade: B+

86 Kansas City
Kareem Hunt
    Toledo
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -44
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
216



Kareem Hunt may be the best value RB in the draft. He may not have Dalvin Cook's explosiveness or Fournette's power, but Hunt still has a solid blend of both skills. Hunt leaves Toledo as the school's all-time leading rusher with 4,945 yards for his four-year career, breaking the record previously held by 10-year NFL veteran Chester Taylor. He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, and 44 rushing TDs. He forced the second-most missed tackles (22) in the nation on receptions for running backs. Importantly, he does not fumble. A good trade considering the loss of Jamaal Charles this offseason. Grade: B

87 NY Giants
Davis Webb
    California
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +12
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
229



While many expected the Giants to address offensive line issues somewhere within the first three rounds of the draft, Big Blue elected to grab a potential quarterback of the future that has been rising up recent draft boards. Eli Manning is 36 years old, and it has been somewhat clear to those following the Giants that they have been increasingly interested in finding and grooming Eli's possible successor. There is a lot to like in Davis Webb as a potential NFL QB. Davis is a tall, light-footed athlete with NFL arm strength. His touch on fades and bucket throws is impressive and he seems comfortable in the pocket. Webb has enough raw talent to be a developmental prospect and will be awarded the luxury of learning under a seasoned veteran in Eli Manning. This could prove to be a very smart pick once the Eli Era comes to an end. Grade: B

88 Oakland
Eddie Vanderdoes
    UCLA
    DL1T
    Reach/Value:     -17
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
305



I applaud Reggie for his discipline in sticking with the defense. After giving Dan Williams a pink slip this offseason, Oakland needed a big, strong defensive tackle to bolster the middle of the defense. Eddie Vanderdoes is a solid pick to fill that role. That said, Montravius Adams- a prospect I have long felt would thrive with the Raiders- was sitting there as a DT that is, in the opinion of myself, our Big Board, and almost anyone that matters, better than the UCLA product. Vanderdoes could develop, but he is neither a pure space-eater nor a playmaking penetrator. I would still like to see Oakland take another DT, they need pass rusher, and have a gaping hole at LB. And, oh yeah, they may use a pick or two on offense. I don't hate this pick, but I'm not thrilled. Grade: C+

89 Houston
D'Onta Foreman
    Texas
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
233



While Foreman was the Texas Longhorns' first Consensus All-American choice since RB Ricky Williams in 1998, and took 433 handoffs for 2,782 yards (6.4 ypc) and 20 TDs, there were a number of scouts who criticized his meager 13 catches for 146 yards. Others credited the spread offense for the huge holes Foreman had. One scout said, "He's just not an aggressive runner...he's not a starter." He'll need to learn pass-blocking, and get to the weight room. Grade: Incomplete

90 Seattle
Shaquill Griffin
    Central Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
194



Finally, the Seahawks are able to select a corner. With Deshawn Shead still recovering from his injury, and a rather-poor season from Jeremy Lane at nickel corner, Griffin will be giving every chance to feature prominently this season. Standing at 6' and possessing 32-3/8" arms, he looks every bit the typical Seattle corner. Grade: A ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst

91 LA Rams
John Johnson
    Boston College
    S
    Reach/Value:     -55
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
208



An athletic, rangy safety, John Johnson has all the physical skills, as well as the brain, to play the center-fielder role on a defense. Though he's not the fastest straight-line safety, he's shown an ability to read the QB and make plays on the ball. Wouldn't be overly mismatched lining up against receiving tight ends, a la Jimmy Graham, either. Feels like a bit of a reach compared to our board, but the pick makes sense. Grade: B-

92 Dallas
Jourdan Lewis
    Michigan
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +16
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
188



Back-to-back CB selections and another battler who relishes competition and will be able to spell Scandrick in the slot. Despite missing the first three games of his Senior season due to injury, Jourdan's play over the final 10 games earned him 1st Team All-American notice from multiple outlets. Lewis was also a Jim Thorpe Award finalist and the Big Ten Conference Defensive Back of the Year (25 tackles, 3.5 for loss, 2 interceptions, 9 pass breakups, and allowed only 7 receptions for a 23.3% opposition completion average). He was a 13-game starter as a Junior, making 52 tackles, 3.5 for loss, 2 interceptions, and 20 breakups, which ranked 3rd in the FBS. He also averaged 25.2 yards on kick returns in 2015. Jourdan earned a starting corner job 3 games into his Sophomore year (39 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 2 INT, 6 PBU), and contributed as a true Freshman in 2012 (17 tackles, 2 PBU). The Cowboys defensive backfield just got well in a hurry! Grade: A

93 Green Bay
Montravius Adams
    Auburn
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +44
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
304



Once upon a time, Matt Miller had Montravius in his Top 20, so this is good value here. He did unexpectedly well at the Combine. Even better value here. DraftTek sees him as a good RD2 3-technique DT with some RD3 NT value, and he'll be used in both. Read more about Mr. Adams here. For getting Adams later in RD3, Grade: A-

94 Pittsburgh
Cameron Sutton
    Tennessee
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
188



The Steelers needed to add some depth at outside corner behind Burns and Cockrell. Sutton is a smaller corner with good agility, football IQ, and the ability to play the ball in the air. Like Burns, he has the skill set and technique to play man coverage. Sutton is a high-floor prospect who matches the tone of the organization. He's also an accomplished returner of punts and kicks. Grade: B+

95 Seattle
Delano Hill
    Michigan
    S
    Reach/Value:     -82
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
216



Kam Chancellor is likely not going to be on the Seattle roster after the 2018 Super Bowl. Taking a player like Hill gives the Seahawks more flexibility in the back of the secondary -especially if Chancellor or Thomas miss more games in 2017. For now he can grow and learn behind the best Safety tandem in the NFL. Grade: B ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst

96 Detroit
Kenny Golladay
    N Illinois
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -66
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
218



Golladay had to catch passes from four different QBs in one season. Hopefully, the number in Detroit will be lower. Golladay will have the size and long speed to stretch the field, which is welcome, but few receivers are better than Golladay at catching the ball away from his body. That's what will help him win a spot on the team. Extra coaching on the NFL route tree and "selling" his role in a play. Everything he lacks is coachable; you can't teach Golladay's height. Grade: A-

97 Miami
Cordrea Tankersley
    Clemson
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +17
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
199



Tankersley is one of the more polarizing players in this draft. In press man, he is one of the top corners in this draft. His long arms are a nuisance to anyone lined up across from him. However when asked to back away from the line, his long legs and stiff hips are a problem. He doesn't change direction well and gets a little grabby when in trouble. The Dolphins will have to work with him or protect him by letting him stay close to the line of scrimmage. Grade: B- ~Austin Smith

98 Arizona
Chad Williams
    Grambling St
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -90
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
193



Chad Williams may be a bit of a reach here, but HC Bruce Arians has such a great track record of getting production out of mid-to-late round WRs that you have to trust it. Williams tallied 90 catches for 1,337 yards and 11 TDs for Grambling State in 2016. He projected as a late round pick, but we'll find out soon whether he's a project or a prospect that's ready to contribute.
Grade: D

99 Philadelphia
Rasul Douglas
    West Virginia
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
209



After making a long-term investment in Sidney Jones in RD2, the Eagles double up on CBs with Rasul Douglas from WVU in RD3. We finally have a draftee that can alter the team's current horrid cornerback depth chart. A large corner (6'2" 209) with a knack for the big play (8 INTs, 1 TD in 2016), Douglas should compete for a starting spot right away. Grade: B ~Broz, Eagles Analyst

100 Tennessee
Jonnu Smith
    FIU
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -65
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
248



It's clear what Robinson's focus is this draft cycle: Give Marcus Mariota outside weapons. First, Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor, and now Jonnu Smith. Smith can make plays at all levels of the field and has some speed after the catch. He's an exciting option, with potential to possibly be the heir to Delanie Walker. The Titans are looking like they will have a whole new offense next year... and a FAST one at that! Grade: B+

101 Denver
Brendan Langley
    Lamar
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -134
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
201



This is a project pick. Langley is a small-school kid, who looked like a deer in the headlights at the Senior Bowl. He was originally a receiver, so he is still learning the position, but the size and speed are there. Be patient, and this could be a nice pick down the road. Grade: Incomplete ~Austin Smith

102 Seattle
Nazair Jones
    North Carolina
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
304



After taking McDowell in RD2, Seattle decides to shore up the DT position again. With only 5 sacks in his career, he's not an interior pass rusher. He did record 22 tackles for loss in that span, though, and should help further shut down the run. Oh, and he does have an incredible story. Is that enough to justify this pick though? Grade; D+ ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst

103 New Orleans
Trey Hendrickson
    Florida Atlantic
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -58
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
266



Who Dat Nation must be in love with the draft haul in New Orleans thus far, as the Saints get yet another defender with the selection of EDGE Trey Hendrickson out of Florida Atlantic.

This 3-year starter was a record-setting sack-monster, compiling nearly 30 sacks and creating chaos with 42 TFL. Another defensive player with above average speed, Hendrickson will give the Saints another presence off the edge (opposite of Cam Jordan) to help add that pressure up front on opposing QB's. Grade: A

104 San Francisco
C.J. Beathard
    Iowa
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -120
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
219



Beathard gets a bad rap, because he ran for his life most of the last two years. In 2015, he was under pressure 40.9% of the time in 2015 (that's the most of any QB). It didn't get much better in 2016; he was under pressure 38.9% of the time. He was caught by that pressure 58 times over that 2-year span. We can assure him he'll be on the sidelines holding a clipboard, and nobody will be running after him for that. Peterman and Kaaya could have done that, though. Grade: C-

105 Pittsburgh
James Conner
    Pittsburgh
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -73
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
233



The Steelers let DeAngelo Williams go in FA and needed a replacement to compliment Bell. Conner's 2016 tape shows a North-South runner who can grind down opponents in the fourth quarter. He's been shedding excess weight (side effect medications related to his Lymphoma ) this offseason so he may prove to be more elusive next year. There's a temptation to question the value but the Steelers should know Conner as well as any team since they share a practice facility and they clearly like his attitude. Grade B+

106 Seattle
Amara Darboh
    Michigan
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +24
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
214



Jermaine Kearse should be concerned. Standing at 6'2" and weighing in at 214 lbs, Amara Darboh ran a 4.45 at the Combine. Kearse is nowhere near that fast and doesn't have hands as good as the Michigan man. Much like Nazair Jones, Darboh has a truly amazing story and might become your favorite Seahawk. Grade; A ~@JefferyMChapman, Seahawks Analyst

107 Tampa Bay
Kendell Beckwith
    LSU
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -24
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
243



Beckwith is a big, physical linebacker. He was a middle linebacker in college but he may be a better fit as a SAM in the Bucs' system. He is not afraid to step up and take on blockers, and he plays low. He will also be able to help on special teams, and his character is a plus. Grade: B ~Austin Smith

Traded Round 3 Picks:

Minnesota Gets Miami R3 pick (2016 Draft trade collateral)
Tennessee gets Los Angeles R3 Compensatory Pick (2016 Draft trade collateral)
New England gets Carolina R3 pick (Kony Ealy deall)
Baltimore swaps pick #99 and Timmy Jernigan to Philadelphia for pick #74

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