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2020 NFL Draft Results - RD3 Picks 65-106

Reach/Value Explained
The difference between where a player is selected in the mock draft (by our DRAFTSIM model) versus where the player is listed on the Drafttek Big Board.
Example: A player who is listed at #50 on the Big Board and is selected at #35 will be a "Reach" of -15. Alternately, a player listed at #35 on the Big Board who is selected at #50 will be a +15 "Value".

Simply put: a positive number is a Value pick, a negative number is a Reach.

65 Cincinnati
Logan Wilson
Wyoming
ILB
Reach/Value:
-25
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
241
Logan Wilson NFL Draft photo
Joe Burrow is the franchise and WR Tee Higgins is his new toy. Cincinnati actually has a very strong group of skill position players on offense. The Bengals add to the defense, here, however, and it's a great pick. Wilson might be the most instinctive LB of the group in 2020, and although he lacks some twitch, he should be a solid ILB for years to come.

Grade: B+

- Kennedy Paynter, Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
66 Washington
Antonio Gibson
Memphis
WR
Reach/Value:
-56
Height:
6'2''
Weight:
221
Antonio Gibson NFL Draft photo
The Redskins might be unable to trade disgruntled OT Trent Williams, so this pick carries even more weight. Antonio Gibson is an upside pick. He can play in the backfield or in the slot, and has home-run ability. Similar to Curtis Samuel, Ron Rivera's ex-receiver in Carolina, Gibson will be a welcome addition to Redskins' WRs Sims and McClaurin...IF he is used effectively.

Grade: B+

- Kennedy Paynter, Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
67 Detroit
Julian Okwara
Notre Dame
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-9
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
252
Julian Okwara NFL Draft photo
Detroit finds their OLB/EDGE player in Notre Dame's Julian Okwara. There once was a time where we at Drafttek had Okwara mocked to Detroit in the 2nd Round. It just shows how valuable a player with his versatility actually is and to grab him here, is a win for Detroit.

Standing 6'4" and 252 pounds, Okwara is nothing short of that "hybrid" style of defender and one that Patricia will take a liking to, if he hasn't already. Okwara has been touted as mostly a pass rusher first type of player that tends to struggle when defending the run. Not being tasked to be an instant starter for Detroit, Okwara will have his abilities utilized properly and effectively in his first few seasons in the NFL behind Trey Flowers and his brother, Romeo Okwara.

Detroit could have gone pass rusher in the 2nd over D'Andre Swift, but now grabbing Okwara here in the 3rd, this draft is actually shaping up to be one of Quinn's better ones so far as Lions GM.

Grade: B

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst
68 NY Jets (Trade)
Ashtyn Davis
California
S
Reach/Value:
-19
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
202
Ashtyn Davis NFL Draft photo
Greg Williams is one of the best in the league at finding creative ways of using his players. Well Ashtyn Davis certainly has the versatility to be an effect asset for him moving forward. Davis is an extremely athletic DB and gives the Jets another option in the return game. We see Davis as more of a Safety at the next level here, and there were other options that were rated higher, if you were looking to improve the CB position, but a nice pick nonetheless. It may increase the Jamal Adams trade talk though. Grade: B
69 Seattle
Damien Lewis
LSU
OG
Reach/Value:
+1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
327
Damien Lewis NFL Draft photo
Seattle acquired an extra RD5 pick (#148) to let the Panthers move up five spots. This helps offset the previous move to trade up for Taylor in RD2.

We've had a grab on Damien Lewis for the Hawks original pick at #64 for a few weeks now. Despite all of the OL signings, Lewis will likely get a fair chance to make an impact in his first season. He's a big mauler of a guard and should help open up holes for Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny. His pass protection needs a little work, but he played well in the new pass-happy LSU offense, so there is promise.

Grade: A+

~Jeff Chapman, Seahawks Analyst
70 Miami
Brandon Jones
Texas
S
Reach/Value:
-78
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
198
Brandon Jones NFL Draft photo
Solid, not splashy; that could sum up most of the Fins' 6 picks so far. I like that we've taken a physical DB to challenge Eric Rowe for the Strong Safety starting spot. Brandon Jones is more of an obvious replacement for Reshad Jones than Rowe. Jones is a good tackler but struggles in coverage. Although this could be considered another reach, if Jones shows improved instincts/awareness in the pros, he could be an above average starter for years to come.

Grade: B

- David Payne, Dolphins Analyst
71 Baltimore (Trade)
Justin Madubuike
Texas A&M
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+40
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
304
Justin Madubuike NFL Draft photo
This is the kind of pick Baltimore fans have become accustomed to from the Ravens. Madubuike is a good football player that is going lower than he should because he played a bit out of position at Texas A&M. He is also still a bit raw with his hands, but the upside is there for him to be a disruptive player with his initial quickness and a non-stop motor. Look for him to be a guy that helps as a pass-rush specialist on the interior early, while developing into a more complete player over time.

Grade: B+


~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
72 Arizona
Josh Jones
Houston
OT
Reach/Value:
+44
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
319
Josh Jones NFL Draft photo
The Cardinals are the Value Kings early in the draft. After taking arguably the draft's best player in Isaiah Simmons --delaying on grabbing a much-needed tackle-- their patience was rewarded with a borderline RD1 OT (#25 overall on our board) in RD3. This is outstanding value as they grab additional protection for Kyler Murray. Kliff Kingsbury is winning the draft --not just for his sweet crib, but for the foundation he's building for the Cardinals. After finishing 27th in sacks allowed in 2019, this'll help in a big way.

Grade: A+

- Cole Muzio, Raiders Analyst
73 Jacksonville
Davon Hamilton
Ohio State
DL1T
Reach/Value:
+6
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
320
Davon Hamilton NFL Draft photo
The Jaguars are retooling the defense VERY effectively through the 2020 NFL Draft, adding a second athlete to the defensive line with the pick of Davon Hamilton. He's a big, space-eating nose tackle who should immediately improve the Jags' run D, which ranked 31st in the league at 5.1 yards/carry last year. It wouldn't be a surprise if we see a couple more picks on defense before the end of the draft, with another corner and possibly another pass rusher.

Grade: B+
74 New Orleans
Zack Baun
Wisconsin
OLB
Reach/Value:
+35
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
238
Zack Baun NFL Draft photo
Zack Baun, is a playmaker in his multifaceted skill set and will be a true 3-down linebacker. He was rated high on draft boards after a strong 2019 season.

The Saints gave LSU LB Queen a drive by in RD1. I'd have like to seen these position selections reversed. Yes, that's right, two LSU products: Queen and Cushenberry. Baun fills the need. But, my concern is that Baun's vertical indicates a lack of explosiveness.

Grade: C-
75 Detroit
Jonah Jackson
Ohio State
OG
Reach/Value:
-22
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
306
Jonah Jackson NFL Draft photo
This Buckeye Big Ugly opened up holes for a potent offense in the Big Ten . . . although not the most technically-proficient in his technique, his lower-body power and nasty demeanor was obvious in film study. The Lions got an "Attitude Player" for their OL . . . Matt Stafford will love him!

Grade: B+

- Long Ball, DraftTek Senior Analyst
76 Tampa Bay
Ke'Shawn Vaughn
Vanderbilt
RB
Reach/Value:
-64
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
214
Ke'Shawn Vaughn NFL Draft photo
A 5th-year running back out of Vanderbilt, Vaughn is a bit of a reach on our board here. He's a one-cut back, who's more of a jack-of-all-trades type, as he doesn't really do anything at an exceptionally-high level. He fits well on the team, though, as he'll be a great complement to Ronald Jones, with his ability to move the chains.

Grade: B
77 Denver
Michael Ojemudia
Iowa
S
Reach/Value:
-57
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
199
Michael Ojemudia NFL Draft photo
I didn't see the athleticism Ojemudia showed at the Combine on his tape, but Vic Fangio has a knack for getting the most out of talented defenders. One thing that is encouraging to me, despite the fact I didn't have him in my 150 prospects, is his ability to make plays on the ball. Ojemudia intercepted three passes each of his final two years at Iowa, and knocked down 15 more passes over that time frame.

Grade: C-


~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
78 Atlanta
Matt Hennessy
Temple
OC
Reach/Value:
-27
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
307
Matt Hennessy NFL Draft photo
Matt Hennessy is a perfect fit for Atlanta's zone-blocking scheme. He is the eventual heir for Alex Mack at Center, and he will likely get a chance to compete at Left Guard this fall. He has both the athleticism to thrive in an outside zone and the intelligence to handle the pivot. This is an interesting pick, simply because it's not clear that he has a clear path to playing time this year and there were some impact defenders left out there. It's impressive that Dimitroff and Quinn made a long-term commitment especially when their continued employment requires a winning season. If Hennessy is using his time in lockdown to get stronger and can solidify LG, this is a home-run pick.

Grade: A
79 NY Jets
Jabari Zuniga
Florida
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+22
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
264
Jabari Zuniga NFL Draft photo
Joe Douglas starts his reign as Jets GM the way previous GM, Mike Maccagnan ended his, by taking a Pass Rusher from Florida. Jabari Zuniga, the 57th-rated player on our Big Board, had an injury-riddled final season, only playing 5 games (3 sacks). He impressed scouts at the Combine, running an impressive 4.68 forty. Zuniga had 6.5 sacks in 2018 and has plenty of potential to develop further. With that kind of speed coming off the edge, he gives the Jets something different at the position too.

Grade: A
80 Las Vegas
Lynn Bowden Jr.
Kentucky
WRS
Reach/Value:
-67
Height:
6'1''
Weight:
199
Lynn Bowden Jr. NFL Draft photo
Chatter - and our thinking - was that the Raiders would look to add a big wide receiver to go along with Henry Ruggs. And then they added Lynn Bowden, a 5'11" "do-it-all" weapon. Goodell read his position as a running back, which may mean that Gruden sees him as a replacement for DeAndre Washington who can also line up at WR or even QB, where he starred at Kentucky last year. Bowden is certainly dynamic, but, with big receivers still on the board and 2 value DTs - Neville Gallimore and Jordan Elliott - available, this may be a luxury pick for a team without room for luxury.

Grade: B
81 Las Vegas (Trade)
Bryan Edwards
South Carolina
WR
Reach/Value:
-14
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
215
Bryan Edwards NFL Draft photo
Ok, so with back-to-back picks, and 3 WRs so far, the Bowden selection definitely looks more in the RB/ATH lane and not a WR. I like it a bit more. Now, to this pick, this is really the first really strong value selection for the Raiders in 2020. Edwards was rising up the boards to the point that he looked like a RD2 prospect. This is a big, physical kid who gives Derek Carr the big bodied red zone target that he's really needed. Last offseason, the goal was to surround Carr with athletes to elevate the offense. After a free agency focused on defense, Jon Gruden has given the maligned signal caller some serious weapons. DT and LB are the top remaining needs.

Grade: A
82 Dallas
Neville Gallimore
Oklahoma
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+39
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
304
Neville Gallimore NFL Draft photo
When you're 6'2", 304 lbs., run a 4.79 forty, bench press 23 reps, run the 3-cone drill in 7.97, and 20-yard shuttle in 5.01 . . . aww hell, he totally demolished offensive lines as a Sooner! This north of the border Canadian is the next great 3-Technique DT for da 'Boys and will add a pristine rotational player for the DL. Why in the hell was he available in RD3??? Don't look a gift horse in the mouth!!! Grade: A+

Long Ball, Cowboys Analyst
83 Denver (Trade)
Lloyd Cushenberry
LSU
OC
Reach/Value:
+38
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
312
Lloyd Cushenberry NFL Draft photo
It our final mock draft, I predicted Cushenberry to go to Broncos at 46. They are getting him at 83. This is an outstanding pick, and he is a great scheme fit as a player with good mobility. Denver has lost their starting center each of the last two offseasons in free agency, and now that trend comes to an end.
Grade: A-


~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
84 LA Rams
Terrell Lewis
Alabama
EDGE
Reach/Value:
+37
Height:
6'5
Weight:
262
Terrell Lewis NFL Draft photo
Here is another player we had the mocked to the Rams over the course of the draft process. Terrell Lewis tumbled down to the third round due to some serious injury issues, but his on-field resume is good enough for the Rams to take a flyer on him. It fills a need, and if Lewis can maintain his health, he provides great value at pick #84.

Grade: B-

- Talon Graff, Rams Analyst
85 Indianapolis (Trade)
Julian Blackmon
Utah
S
Reach/Value:
-64
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
195
Julian Blackmon NFL Draft photo
The Colts pick up a versatile defender in the back half of their defense. Not afraid to come up and "lay the wood," Blackmon is a former CB that will likely be used in several packages for Indy. Good length, not afraid to mix it up with wideouts, and should help the Colts depth in the secondary.

Grade: B
86 Buffalo
Zack Moss
Utah
RB
Reach/Value:
+2
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
223
Zack Moss NFL Draft photo
Dude just breaks tackles, and that got Singletary in Buffalo. Also fun to watch --we'll find out if Beane has his vids on his phone. Moss has great contact balance. Career rushing touchdowns? 33. He talks about getting better every day in his pinned tweet. Moss has the third-highest single-season broken-tackle-per-attempt average of any running back in 6 years. His comps are Marion Barber and ...Frank Gore. I haven't shouted this loud for a Beane pick.

Grade: A+
87 New England
Anfernee Jennings
Alabama
ILB
Reach/Value:
-35
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
256
Anfernee Jennings NFL Draft photo
Another versatile player for the defense, Belichick feels free to not only show off his large table and the dog that has fascinated the nation, but to focus exclusively on D. Without the need to keep Brady happy, Belichick's pick are all about adding pieces to a fierce unit. Jennings was one of the most productive players on the Alabama D, accumulating 8 sacks last season. That said, he lacks elite measurables and seems very similar to Uche. While I'm not sure this is a bad pick, it's difficult to make the case that Jennings was a real need or the best player available.

Grade: B
88 Cleveland
Jordan Elliott
Missouri
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+36
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
302
Jordan Elliott NFL Draft photo
This is an intriguing selection, because Elliott has special athleticism for a 300-pounder. However, he needs to get a lot stronger and more technically-sound with his hands. Elliott can blow by players with his first-step quickness, but when an offensive line gets their hands on him, he is done. We need to see him keep his hands active, with deliberate placement, to keep blockers from locking on to him. With patience, this could be a Geno Atkins-type steal.

Grade: B

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
89 Minnesota
Cameron Dantzler
Mississippi State
CB
Reach/Value:
+10
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
188
Cameron Dantzler NFL Draft photo
After taking a potential starter as a slot corner at the end of the first round, in Jeff Gladney, the Vikings double down on defensive backs here, grabbing Cameron Dantzler, who is better-suited on the outside. Dantzler is tall and long, and capable of matching up with bigger wide receivers. He disappointed at the combine with a 4.64 forty, but he "allegedly" ran in the 4.3s at his "Pro Day". Either way, the Vikings' brass felt comfortable enough with the tape that they didn't let the slow forty deter them. Solid value meeting need here.

Grade: B+
90 Houston
Jonathan Greenard
Florida
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-23
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
263
Jonathan Greenard NFL Draft photo
The Texans choose yet again to bolster the defensive line by drafting Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida!

Having originally transferred from Louisville, Jonathan is a powerful edge player who shows a great amount of hustle, especially when giving chase. His arms are long and powerful, and he effectively uses his initial swipe to keep his chest clean. He will need some refinement, but this is a solid depth piece along the edge for Houston.

Grade: B-

- Cody Lachney, Texans Analyst
91 New England (Trade)
Devin Asiasi
UCLA
TE
Reach/Value:
-51
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
260
Devin Asiasi NFL Draft photo
After ignoring offensive needs, the Patriots go get a tight end - a young QB's best friend. Devin Asiasi is a vertical athlete at the position and will give Stidham, or QB TBD, a much-needed weapon. Still, the Pats traded up to go get the talented Bruin, who was considered an elite borderline 5-star prospect in HS. To make such a move for the #320-overall-rated prospect on our board --especially with a WR like Antonio Gandy-Golden or a TE like Adam Trautman available-- doesn't make much sense. You have to give Belichick the benefit of the doubt, but this doesn't read well on paper.

Grade: C-

- Cole Muzio, Raiders Analyst
92 Baltimore
Devin Duvernay
Texas
WRS
Reach/Value:
-15
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
200
Devin Duvernay NFL Draft photo
Baltimore has prioritized speed in their offense, and Duvernay has some elements of Tyreke Hill to his game with a running back build and elite speed. I'm not sure he'll ever be able to separate in his buts to be a natural slot receiver, but I don't think Baltimore wants that. Their RPO-heavy scheme asks them to attack the deep middle of the field down the seams, and Duvernay is perfect in that role. Not sure how you can lineup against the Ravens with Duvernay and Marquise Brown as deep threats without lining up with two deep safeties. Teams that do that risk Lamar Jackson's wrath as a runner.

Grade: B+

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
93 Tennessee
Darrynton Evans
Appalachian State
RBC
Reach/Value:
-61
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
203
Darrynton Evans NFL Draft photo
Darrynton Evans caught the eyes of scouts after he was named the MVP of the SBC Championship Game and New Orleans Bowl. He finished the 2019 season with 1,480 rushing yds and 18 TDs with an average of 5.8 yds per carry. He also caught 21 passes for 198 yds and 5 TDs. He will be a nice change of pace back for Derrick Henry and has the speed and shiftiness to break loose for TDs.

Grade: B
94 Green Bay
Josiah Deguara
Cincinnati
TE
Reach/Value:
-51
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
242
Josiah Deguara NFL Draft photo
Normally I like to give an NFL front office the benefit of the doubt, but I just can't find a way to justify this one. Josiah Deguara is rated at #210 on our Big Board, and many draft experts actually have him projecting to a FB/H-Back role. Deguara's athletic profile fits the Packers' preferences at TE, and he's averaged over 12 ypc over the past two years. This pick just doesn't seem to move the needle. I'm not sure the Packers have gotten much better for 2020 over Day 1 and Day 2.

Grade: D
95 Denver (Trade)
McTelvin Agim
Arkansas
DL3T
Reach/Value:
+24
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
309
McTelvin Agim NFL Draft photo
Agim was a four-star recruit that contributed right away at Arkansas, despite getting a lot of attention as the star of their defense. He finished his career with 14.5 sacks and 31 tackles for loss, and really shined at the Shrine Game. His explosion off the line of scrimmage is impressive, and Agim has the strength to finish in the backfield. If he can develop some diversity with his strategy as a pass rusher, he can grow into a three-down menace for Vic Fangio.
Grade: B


~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
96 Kansas City
Lucas Niang
TCU
OT
Reach/Value:
-49
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
315
Lucas Niang NFL Draft photo
Lucas Niang is a dancing bear. He will provide needed relief to Fisher and Morse. The TCU product is a great run blocker. Like all OTs at this point, he will need seasoning on his pass coverage. Nut, he'll get there. A nice understudy and a possible prospect to take over should one of our bookends choose to retire within the next season or two. I'm happy the Chiefs are looking ahead. Good pick!

Grade: A-

~ KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst
97 Cleveland (Trade)
Jacob Phillips
LSU
ILB
Reach/Value:
-12
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
229
Jacob Phillips NFL Draft photo
After some turnover at the LB position, I thought the Browns would target one with an early pick. Phillips isn't a spectacular player, but he is always involved. He has great instincts and awareness, and he is a strong finisher, collecting 200 tackles in his two years as a major contributor. Phillips is a little limited with what he has to offer against the pass, but he could offer a versatile backup for Cleveland, eventually earning a starting role.

Grade: B-

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
98 Baltimore (Comp)
Malik Harrison
Ohio State
ILB
Reach/Value:
+49
Height:
63
Weight:
245
Malik Harrison NFL Draft photo
Harrison is a big linebacker that has shocking athleticism that shows up in a variety of ways. He's a much better player in coverage than I expected based on his measurements, and a powerful finisher at the point of attack. I would bet on Harrison being a fit inside for Baltimore, as he doesn't offer much as an edge rusher. Still, he has the size to line up anywhere for the Ravens, and should have added value on special teams.
Grade: B


~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
99 NY Giants (Comp)
Matt Peart
UConn
OT
Reach/Value:
+21
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
318
Matt Peart NFL Draft photo
This is a nice project for Marc Columbo to groom as a Tackle. Peart is very unpolished entering the NFL, but the measurements are there. He's just under 6'7" with arms that are nearly 37 inches long. At 318 pounds, he ran a 5.06 forty, showing his athleticism, but he will need to add more strength in his lower half and frame to handle the more powerful pass rushers.

Grade: B-

~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
100 Las Vegas (Comp)
Tanner Muse
Clemson
S
Reach/Value:
-50
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
231
Tanner Muse NFL Draft photo
Needing a LB, the trade back to #100 made sense, and there was reason to be excited as Akeem Davis-Gaither and Davion Taylor both were sitting on the board. Then, the Raiders took Tanner Muse, the #199 prospect on our board (NFL.com projected him as a 6th rounder). While he ran a 4.41 at the Combine, he's considered heavy-footed for a safety and is almost certain to transition to LB - which is where Goodell announced him. Still, with the aforementioned prospects available, there is no reason to take Muse here outside of the fact that the Raiders had yet to add a Clemson player this year and were just itching to do so. Look for him to be a special-teamer early.

Grade: D+
101 New England (Trade)
Dalton Keene
Virginia Tech
TE
Reach/Value:
-57
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
253
Dalton Keene NFL Draft photo
With more highly-regarded TEs on the board, the Patriots once again move up to take a big pass-catcher they like. Keene is rated #158 on our board, but, with Asiasi now in the fold, Keene gives the Pats the rookie TE duo that they hope stands for years to come. Given the history of the Patriots, as well as the success of the Ravens using TEs last season, it's not a surprise that the franchise wants to place on emphasis on the position as a security blanket for the presumed young signal-caller. Still, its surprising to see the ones they've locked in on (and traded up to get).

Grade: C

- Cole Muzio, Raiders Analyst
102 Pittsburgh (Comp)
Alex Highsmith
Charlotte
EDGE
Reach/Value:
-21
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
248
Alex Highsmith NFL Draft photo
The Steelers have spent a good bit of this draft season looking over edge rushers, including a FaceTime meet with Highsmith. Despite Bud Dupree's breakout season, there are long odds of him getting a long-term contract. Highsmith plays with a relentless motor and rushes the passer with a variety of moves. He'll be an asset on special teams and will contend for a starting role next offseason. Not a bad selection, but one unlikely to have an impact this season.

Grade: C+
103 Philadelphia (Comp)
Davion Taylor
Colorado
OLB
Reach/Value:
+11
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
228
Davion Taylor NFL Draft photo
Davion Taylor's ceiling is as high as any prospect in this class. He is fantastic man coverage option for RBs or TEs. A rare athlete with speed to burn and fluidity to match. But, he may take some time to show it. He's a work in progress because he hasn't been playing LB long. At worst, he should be an excellent STs player. Philly may have found a diamond-in-the-rough!

Grade: A
104 LA Rams (Comp)
Terrell Burgess
Utah
S
Reach/Value:
+11
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
194
Terrell Burgess NFL Draft photo
Burgess comes from one of the best defensive units in college football in 2019. He played Safety for Kyle Whittingham, but should be a nice fit in nickel and dime packages for the Rams. He was impressive at the NFL Combine, and his versatility makes him a really solid third-round pick. Les Snead and the Rams' front office have put together a nice secondary in LA.

Grade: B

- Talon Graff, Rams Analyst
105 New Orleans (Comp)
Adam Trautman
Dayton
TE
Reach/Value:
-23
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
255
Adam Trautman NFL Draft photo
After several head-scratching tight ends leave the board in recent picks, the Saint add Adam Trautman to Drew Brees' arsenal. Trautman was highly productive at FCS Dayton, hauling in 70 catches for 916 yards and 14 TDs. Not just a pass-catching TE, Trautman can block, too.

Grade: A-
106 Baltimore (Comp)
Tyre Phillips
Mississippi State
OT
Reach/Value:
-53
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
331
Tyre Phillips NFL Draft photo
Phillips is a versatile offensive lineman that played tackle, but could kick inside to guard if needed. Still, his arms measure just over 35 inches, and he could be a swing tackle for the Ravens with some potential upside if he can remake his body and slim down. He's got to become more mobile if he wants to push for a starting job, but the size is there to fit in Baltimore's unique offense.
Grade: C-


~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst

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O/A Rank Big-12 Conference
Top-30 Players
Psn
9 CeeDee Lamb
Oklahoma
WR
26 Kenneth Murray
Oklahoma
ILB
34 Ross Blacklock
TCU
DL3T
40 Denzel Mims
Baylor
WR
42 Jalen Reagor
TCU
WRS
44 Neville Gallimore
Oklahoma
DL3T
57 James Lynch
Baylor
DL5T
58 Jeff Gladney
TCU
CB
77 Hakeem Adeniji
Kansas
OT
79 Jalen Hurts
Oklahoma
QB
88 Jordyn Brooks
Texas Tech
ILB
105 Devin Duvernay
Texas
WRS
106 A.J. Green
Oklahoma State
CB
139 Collin Johnson
Texas
WR
142 Brandon Jones
Texas
S
156 Terence Steele
Texas Tech
OT
181 Lucas Niang
TCU
OT
188 Malcolm Roach
Texas
DL5T
192 JaMycal Hasty
Baylor
RBC
198 Darius Anderson
TCU
RB
204 Broderick Washington Jr.
Texas Tech
DL3T
208 Azur Kamara
Kansas
ILB
235 Cordel Iwuagwu
TCU
OG
254 Bravvion Roy
Baylor
DL1T
324 Sewo Olonilua
TCU
RB
328 Marcel Spears Jr.
Iowa State
OLB
337 Scott Frantz
Kansas State
OT
345 Zack Shackelford
Texas
OC
372 Julian Good-Jones
Iowa State
OT
389 Colton McKivitz
West Virginia
OT
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