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O/A Rank Top-15 CBs
15 Byron Murphy
17 Greedy Williams
34 DeAndre Baker
48 Amani Oruwariye
52 Lonnie Johnson
55 Rock Ya-Sin
59 Justin Layne
60 Trayvon Mullen
81 Julian Love
85 Sean Bunting
91 David Long
92 JoeJuan Williams
97 Jamel Dean
182 Michael Jackson
187 Jimmy Moreland
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2019 NFL Mock Draft Round 3
Selections 65-95





65 Arizona
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Zach Allen NFL Draft photo Zach Allen
    Boston College
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
281



Simply put, Zach Allen is a football player. Allen won't wow you with his workout numbers, but he posted 16.5 sacks, 40.5 TFL, and 14 PDs over his four-year career at Boston College. Allen ranked in the top five in pass-rush win rate, total stops, and total pressures among EDGE defenders in this year's class. Allen will be a great addition to Arizona's front seven as they transition back to a 3-4 scheme under Vance Joseph.

Grade: A

66 Pittsburgh
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Diontae Johnson NFL Draft photo Diontae Johnson
    Toledo
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -50
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
181



Antionio Brown's loss is more than the team can recover from with a single player. While adding Moncrief in free agency gives the Steelers a good z-receiver option, the team needs an X receiver with shiftiness to get off the line through blocks and the crisp route running to get open against press coverage. Johnson has that versatility as a receiver but also the shiftiness to stand out as a returner on Special Teams.

Grade: B

67 San Francisco
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Jalen Hurd NFL Draft photo Jalen Hurd
    Baylor
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -49
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
217



Once a highly-touted RB splitting time with Alvin Kamara in the Tennessee backfield, Hurd transferred to Baylor and transitioned to WR. He led the Bears with 69 catches for 946 and 4 TDs (while also averaging 4.4 yards on 48 carries rushing). Hurd is still raw as a WR, but his size (6'4, 227 lbs) and versatility will make him a valuable chess piece in Kyle Shanahan's offense.

Grade: B+

68 NY Jets
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Jachai Polite NFL Draft photo Jachai Polite
    Florida
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
258



Jets GM Mike Maccagnan has finally filled the hole at OLB with the addition of Florida Gator Jachai Polite. During the process, Polite was seen by some as a shoe in to be drafted in RD 1, but some character concerns and a poor showing at the combine, saw him slip down team boards. On talent alone, (19.5 TFL and 11 Sacks in 2018) this guy is amazing value here and will give Greg Williams another option in his pursuit of opposition QB's

Grade: A

69 Jacksonville
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Josh Oliver NFL Draft photo Josh Oliver
    San Jose State
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
249



If you had the opportunity to watch a San Jose State game, you would have noticed Mr. Oliver. Starting with an excellent stance, Josh runs his routes with physicality, separating from contact at the top of his routes. He is equally effective in the vertical passing game and up the seam.They lined Oliver up inline, slot, and away from the formation . . . he's a smooth athlete who is also an effective blocker. Nick Foles just received an early Christmas present!

Grade - A

70 LA Rams
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Darrell Henderson NFL Draft photo Darrell Henderson
    Memphis
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -30
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
200



Darrell Henderson will both complement Todd Gurley and provide insurance for Gurley's injury, Henderson has home-run speed (4.49 second forty-yard dash at the Combine) and is surprisingly-physical runner for his size. He rarely missed time in college, rushed for 3,545 yds, an average of 8.2 yds per carry, 36 TDs. He also had 63 receptions, 295 receiving yds.

I expected the Rams to Connor McGovern with this pick, to help protect Jared Goff. Pleasantly surprised with this selection. ~ LABudMan, Rams Analyst

Grade: A

71 Denver
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Dre'Mont Jones NFL Draft photo Dre'Mont Jones
    Ohio State
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +45
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
281



I had Jones going higher because of his ability as a penetrator and a pass rusher. However, he has to get better at getting off blocks and being more active against the run. Ohio State used a variety of fronts, so he has experience playing the five-technique that he will likely play in Denver. Probably needs to get stronger if he is going to challenge for a starting role, but his first step is going to be an added bonus to this pass rush with Von Miller and Bradley Chubb coming off the edge. ~Austin Smith, Senior DraftTek Analyst

Grade: B

72 Cincinnati
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Germaine Pratt NFL Draft photo Germaine Pratt
    N.C. State
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
240



Former safety Germaine Pratt will fit in nicely in the new-age NFL in which smaller, faster LBs thrive. Pratt is raw but possesses all the prerequisite skills to be a starting LB in the NFL. He only started one year in college as he was transitioning to LB, but he was a stat-sheet stuffer in that one year. If he can continue to develop, Pratt could be a solid starting off-ball LB in Cincy.

-Kennedy Paynter, Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

Grade: B

73 Chicago
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David Montgomery NFL Draft photo David Montgomery
    Iowa State
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +19
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
219



David Montgomery is a perfect replacement for Jordan Howard in the Bears' offence, and he will probably be a better fit than Howard was for Matt Nagy. He's big, tough, quick, and, possibly most importantly, has arguably the best vision in the draft at his position. He may end up one of the best backs to come out of this draft, especially given the scheme and coaching staff, and in RD 3, that's a steal.

Grade: A+

74 Buffalo
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Devin Singletary NFL Draft photo Devin Singletary
    Florida Atlantic
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -42
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
200



You didn't think the Bills were going into this season with only 6 running backs, did you? Singletary received a private workout. He led all FBS RBs in yardage over the last three years with 4,287 yards. Ceeing the Draft tells you more about Singletary's running style, but suffice it to say he's a north-south runner who's known for yards after contact. He'll compete with Keith Ford rather than Marcus Murphy. Singletary is a bit inexperienced as a receiver out of the backfield (6 catches this year), so that dings him a grade. The Bills held out hope for Bryce Love, but he'll be a long wait. Pet cats Jake Sternberger TE and Terry McLaurin WR went next, so Devin better be a devil of a RB. - Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

Grade: C+

75 Green Bay
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Jace Sternberger NFL Draft photo Jace Sternberger
    Texas A&M
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
251



HC Matt LaFleur runs an offense similar to the Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan schemes that feature the TE. Jimmy Graham and Marcedes Lewis top the depth chart, but both are over the age of 32. Jace Sternberger is a smooth route-runner that is coming off a season with 48 catches for 832 yards and 10 TDs. Aaron Rodgers has to be excited about the addition of a TE that averaged 17.3 yards per catch last season.

Grade: A

76 Washington
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Terry McLaurin NFL Draft photo Terry McLaurin
    Ohio State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
205



Terry McLaurin was the unequivocal leader of the Ohio State offense in 2018. He had the fastest max-speed at the Senior Bowl, and he is obviously familiar with Dwayne Haskins. He sells out as a blocker and will do whatever it takes to help his team. McLaurin's great in kick coverage and was a coaches' favorite in Columbus. He might not be a #1 or #2 receiver in the pros, but McLaurin will be a significant contributer for years to come. I would've rather seen Chauncey Gardener-Johnson or a "Y" TE here, but it's hard to argue with a high-character guy like McLaurin.

Grade: B

-Kennedy Paynter, Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)

77 New England
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Chase Winovich NFL Draft photo Chase Winovich
    Michigan
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
256



The player comparison I've seen most frequently for Winovich is Rob Ninkovich, so this pick makes a ton of sense for the Pats. Winovich is an athletic EDGE defender who wins with his quick first step and relentless motor. Concerns about his locker room presence might have caused a bit of a fall, but he should buy in to the "Patriot Way" and this could be a sneaky-good pick!

Grade: A

78 Miami
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Michael Deiter NFL Draft photo Michael Deiter
    Wisconsin
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
309



One of those prototypical Winsconsin offensive linemen, Michael Deiter checks all the boxes you look for from that program: big guy, brings his lunch pail to work, knows how to play the position, etc. He's struggled against power and stiffer competition, and probably doesn't have the same pedigree as other Badger alumni, but he's got a chance to compete for a starting role early on, and could carve out a career if he can take his game up to another level.

Grade: B

79 LA Rams
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David Long NFL Draft photo David Long
    Michigan
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
187



Aqib Talib may have another year left. David Long is not his replacement. Long's not super tall, and his arms are a bit short. He can play on the outside or in the slot. He makes up for his lack of overall size with a physical and aggressive play. He is also very consistent. According to Pro Football Focus, Long played 595 coverage snaps at Michigan; he was targeted 60 times and gave up just 18 receptions for 130 yds.. He's not ever going to be an ideal starting CB, but is a good athletic depth guy. Attitude should make him a great fit for STs. ~LABudMan, Rams Analyst

Grade: C

80 Cleveland
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Sione Takitaki NFL Draft photo Sione Takitaki
    BYU
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -45
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
238



I thought this was a bit of a reach, but I definitely see the fit. Takitaki is a rare linebacker that is good at taking on blockers and holding his ground. He is a physical player that will likely play on the strong side in this defensive. Takitaki also shows a knack for getting home when asked to blitz. The suspensions in college worry me considering the Browns already have quite a cast of personalities. He will have to keep his head screwed on straight, but this defense just got better against the run. ~Austin Smith, Senior DraftTek Analyst

Grade: B-




81 Detroit
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Will Harris NFL Draft photo Will Harris
    Boston College
    S
    Reach/Value:     -45
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
210



I'm not even sure Will Harris was the best safety on his own team last year, so this pick comes off as a bit of a reach. He's a sound tackling safety and he tested really well at the Combine, but he's slow to react and doesn't have spectacular ball skills. To be very blunt, I'm not sure what the rush was to trade up for him either. Questionable pick, but it could be one of those Patriot-esque head-scratchers that turn out in the long run.

Grade: C

82 Tennessee
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Nate Davis NFL Draft photo Nate Davis
    Charlotte
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -32
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
316



Tennessee is revamping their Offensive Line from 2018 to 2019. After letting Josh Kline and Quinton Spain walk, then signing Roger Saffold, Guard still needed some help. Davis could be a plug-and-play, walking in to immediately compete for the Right Guard starting job.

Day Two of the Draft has been focused on helping the offense. Marcus Mariota will now have a new weapon, along with a new offensive line.

Grade: B+

83 Pittsburgh
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Justin Layne NFL Draft photo Justin Layne
    Michigan St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +24
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
195



The Steelers have been increasingly favoring a press-man scheme in the secondary. They're also trying to add playmakers to a group of corners that had only 4 INTs in 2018. While Layne isn't a ball hawk, he has excels defending the catch point with 15 pass breakups in 2018. He's a physical player with a long body that could be a dominant slot corner to erase those mismatches offenses scheme so hard to create.

Grade: A

84 Kansas City
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Khalen Saunders NFL Draft photo Khalen Saunders
    Western Illinois
    DL1T
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
324



The Chiefs are going to have one helluva defensive line! I can't wait to see Khalen Saunders, the Aaron Donald of the FCS, lined up next to Chris Jones, with Frank Clark coming off the edge. Plus, a rotation of Derrick Nnadi, Breeland Speaks, and Ogbah/Tpass...and the vision of Spags. The Chiefs have officially changed the dynamic of this defense. (The 'bend but don't break' defense is gone!)

Chiefs still need depth at CB. That job, however, became much easier due to the pressure upfront. ~KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

Grade: A

85 Baltimore
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Jaylon Ferguson NFL Draft photo Jaylon Ferguson
    Lousiana Tech
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +49
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
262



Ozzie Newsome must have called this pick in because this is his kind of player. Forget the workout numbers; Ferguson is just a damn good football player. He is a powerful kid that knows how to get to the quarterback, considering Ferguson is the all-time sack leader in the NCAA. It will be interesting to see how Baltimore uses him because I don't think Ferguson can play as an outside linebacker standing up, but just let him put his hand in the dirt and let him go after the quarterback. ~Austin Smith, Senior DraftTek Analyst

Grade: B+

86 Houston
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Kahale Warring NFL Draft photo Kahale Warring
    San Diego State
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -52
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
252



Kahale Warring is a promising Tight End prospect with good power to help in blocking and runs crisp clean routes! Warring does a good job of boxing out and shielding defenders from the ball in highpoint situations.

A dominant Tight End has been a position missing from the Houston Texans for some time now and Warring should make a fine new option to throw to for an emerging Deshaun Watson.

Grade:B+

87 New England
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Damien Harris NFL Draft photo Damien Harris
    Alabama
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +38
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
196



Damien Harris is a throwback running back that will fill the LeGarrette Blount role in the Patriots' offense. He's not as intimdating physically (what I'm actually saying is he's a bit more fit than Blount), but he should have no problem getting the job done as a grinder and short-yardage back. Harris has all the ability to wear down opposing defenses and milk the clock to ice the game. His ceiling isn't extremely high, but you know what you're going to get with him, so the floor is high. Most draftniks had him #2 on their RB board, so this is value here.

Grade: B+

88 Seattle
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Cody Barton NFL Draft photo Cody Barton
    Utah
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -33
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
237



Another Utah defensive player here for Seattle. Barton projects as an ILB but can shift outside. He should also make an immediate impact on special teams. With K.J. Wright's contract up at the end of 2020, Barton can take the time to learn from him and hopefully move into his role. He's not the sexy pick, but he has a defined role for the team already. ~Jeff Chapman, Seahawks Analyst

Grade: B-

89 Indianapolis
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Bobby Okereke NFL Draft photo Bobby Okereke
    Stanford
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
239



Indy is going full-throttle on speed demons on the defensive side of the ball. Okereke is powerful and excels at shooting gaps.Can get all over the field, high-IQ player, will use his instincts to disect formations and plays. Speed, length, and leadership are combined in one player; this underscores the type of player GM Chris Ballard looks for throughout the draft.

Grade: B+

90 Dallas
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Connor McGovern NFL Draft photo Connor McGovern
    Penn State
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +26
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
308



In the words of The Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis . . . "Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Fire!" I'm a little perplexed, as Chauncey Gardner-Johnson was still on the board (Florida Safety), but BIG wins out again. McGovern is good quality, an interior OL who can play all 3 positions and it never hurts to draft to your team's strength. Speculation time: are they worried about Travis Frederick more than they admit, or is this a prelude to La'el Collins receiving his walking papers in 2020, moving Connor Williams out to ROT?

Grade - B-

91 LA Chargers
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Trey Pipkins NFL Draft photo Trey Pipkins
    Sioux Falls
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -63
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
309



If "The Blind Side" taught us anything, it's that the world finds left tackle prospects, and the Chargers dug deep to find Tyrell Pipkins. An athletic late bloomer from Division II Sioux Falls, Pipkins has the height and length on his 6-6, 309-pound frame to become a force. He lacks strength and technique, so before he hits the field, he will need to hit the books and hit the weights.

Grade: C

92 NY Jets
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Chuma Edoga NFL Draft photo Chuma Edoga
    USC
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -62
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
308



Although he started 16 games at OT for USC, we feel that Chuma Edoga may be best suited to playing Guard at the next level. This pick adds some badly needed youth to the O-Line but it was still a pretty big reach on our Big Board (-62) . With prospects like WR Kelvin Harmon and CB Amani Oruwariye both higher on our Big Board and still available here, close scrutiny will be paid to the progress of Edoga

Grade: C+

93 Baltimore
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Miles Boykin NFL Draft photo Miles Boykin
    Notre Dame
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
220



The player on film is not the same player that showed up to the NFL Combine, as far as Miles Boykin is concerned. That said, Combine Boykin has all the physical tools to be a successful #1 receiver in this league. Between Miles Boykin and the Ravens' coaching staff, they will need to put in the work to get Combine Boykin on the NFL field. If they can, this is a great pick. If not, he's another failed Ravens' draft pick at receiver.

Grade: B+

94 Tampa Bay
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Jamel Dean NFL Draft photo Jamel Dean
    Auburn
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
208



Jamel Dean is reunited with his Auburn teammate, Carlton Davis. Dean has a similar profile to Davis as well. He will not be a big turnover creator in the NFL (Only two collegiate INTs). However, he has the speed to turn and run with receivers. Dean plays a little stiff and therefore was graded down on a lot of draft boards. He helped himself by running one of the faster forty times at the NFL Combine. Dean will at least provide nice depth, and has the potential to become a decent starter.

Grade: B

95 NY Giants
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Oshane Ximines NFL Draft photo Oshane Ximines
    Old Dominion
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +66
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
253



After passing on an EDGE defender on Day 1 of the draft, GM Dave Gettleman addresses the position with the Giants' only Day 2 pick in the NFL Draft with the selection of Oshane Ximines here. Ximines checks all the boxes physically, and has the film to back it up at Old Dominion. He's still a bit of a project, though, as he transitions to the NFL. The bottom line is he brings athleticism and versatility to the defence, and it's worth the shot on Day 2 that he'll pan out over the long term.

Grade: B

96 Buffalo
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Dawson Knox NFL Draft photo Dawson Knox
    Ole Miss
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +20
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
254



The Bills traded both their 4th-round picks in exchange for the 96th pick, taking Knox, the guy they brought in for a 30-visit. He's another weapon for Josh Allen. A faster and bigger Tight End was needed in that room. The Bills brought in oft-injured Tyler Kroft and re-tooled a Tackle, Jake Fisher.

Knox was recruited as a walk-on QB but the glut there (Chad Kelly, Shea Patterson) led him to switch positions. Has the 3 S's --size, speed, suddenness-- and is improving as a blocker. He'll be the strongest in the weight room. As a former TE Coach, Brian Daboll knows what he wants. Love this pick. - Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst

Grade: A

97 LA Rams
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Bobby Evans NFL Draft photo Bobby Evans
    Oklahoma
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
312



Not necessarily considered an elite OT prospect, Bobby Evans could end up having a strong career as a guard/tackle rotational player. This is a big guy who has yet to learn how to use his physically-gifted skills. He has great mobility and will be a good run blocker. Evans needs to be a little bit more deliberate in his pass protection and has been beaten by edge rushers. He also needs improvement in hand technique. Rams drafted him as an OT, but his better usage should be at guard. ~LABudMan, Rams Analyst

Grade: B

98 Jacksonville
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Quincy Williams NFL Draft photo Quincy Williams
    Murray State
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     -55
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
239



The younger brother of Jets RD 1 pick Quinnen Williams, Quincy is a bit smaller and less-heralded than his big bro. He's known as a fast, hard-nosed linebacker, who knows how to bring the pain to opposing running backs. That said, Quincy flew under the radar throughout the draft season, so this pick does come as a big surprise and is viewed as a bit of a reach. Time will tell if GM Dave Caldwell made the right call, but his draft history on the defensive side of the ball is impressive, so I'm inclined to trust him on this one.

Grade: C

99 Tampa Bay
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Mike Edwards NFL Draft photo Mike Edwards
    Kentucky
    S
    Reach/Value:     -73
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
201



GM Jason Licht is loading up on defensive backs on Day 2 of the NFL Draft this year, this time adding safety Mike Edwards from Kentucky. Edwards is a versatile DB who can might line up as a slot CB, as he's proven capable of making plays in the run game. If he lines up in man, he tends to get grabby with his hands, which he'll definitely need to adjust in the NFL to avoid being penalized. Overall, a typical Bucs' pick as a solid, versatile DB, though I'm not sure they needed to trade up for him.

Grade: B-

100 Carolina
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Will Grier NFL Draft photo Will Grier
    West Virginia
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -56
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
214



Kyle Allen was a more than serviceable backup for Carolina in the final game of the season against the New Orleans Saints, and yet, the Carolina Panthers decide to take a gamble on West Virginia quarterback Will Grier. Either the Panthers know something we don't about Cam Newton's shoulder, or they just flat-out don't trust their current stable of backups.

Grier Is an accurate thrower of the football but lacks top-tier arm strength to be able to consistently fit balls into tight windows. From my perspective, this could have been a starting safety or perhaps even another receiver to add to the offensive arsenal. - Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst

Grade: F

101 New England
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Yodny Cajuste NFL Draft photo Yodny Cajuste
    West Virginia
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +18
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
312



Good value for the Pats . . . the main area for Yodny's improvement is the give-away in his stance on pass protection, short sets where he sets up square versus deeper sets where he opens his hips for his kick-slide. Strong anchor and comes charging like a bull on run blocking . . . athletic ability is there to coach up.

Grade: B+

102 Minnesota
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Alexander Mattison NFL Draft photo Alexander Mattison
    Boise State
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -56
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
211



Much like Jerick McKinnon, the pick of Mattison here seemingly comes out of nowhere, but it makes complete sense. The former Bronco checks the two boxes the Vikings have typically looked for in their running backs, which a vertical jump over 34" and a broad jump over 118". He also ranked 3rd in number of receptions by a running back in the 2018 season. Check him out on film and there's a lot to get excited about. He's not the bruising back most fans were expecting, but he fits as a great backup to Dalvin Cook and should be able to step into a 3rd-down role early on.

Grade: B

Traded Round 3 Picks:
New England gets Detroit RD3 pick (2018 Draft day trade collateral)
Cleveland gets New England RD3 pick (Danny Shelton trade)
NY Giants forfeit RD3 pick (2018 Supplemental draft Sam Beal)
Jacksonville gets LA Rams RD3 pick (Dante Fowler trade)
NY Jets get New Orleans RD3 pick (Teddy Bridgewater trade)
Detroit gets Philadelphia RD3 pick (Golden Tate trade)

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San Diego State
TE
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Fresno St
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240 John Baron II
San Diego State
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252 Darwin Thompson
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RBC
257 Carl Granderson
Wyoming
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281 John Ursua
Hawaii
WRS
315 David Moa
Boise State
DL3T
322 Boogie Roberts
San Jose State
DL3T
327 Preston Williams
Colorado St
WRF
329 Jabril Frazier
Boise State
EDGE
334 Alexander Mattison
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336 Jeffrey Allison
Fresno State
ILB
347 Andrew Wingard
Wyoming
S
368 KeeSean Johnson
Fresno State
WRF
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San Diego State
OT
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UNLV
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