21. Philadelphia Eagles
Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
Cajuste has exciting potential as a blindside protector in the NFL given his foot speed, anchor, length and power. Philadelphia is so multiple with its offensive scheme that it requires a foundation of mobility to execute, and Cajuste has the physical traits needed to fit. Philly would be well-served to once again tap into the West Virginia talent pipeline.
22. Indianapolis Colts
Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State
Under the outstanding leadership of head coach Frank Reich and the succesful return of Andrew Luck, Indy’s offense has been impressive this season but more weapons are needed in the passing game. Harmon is a big-bodied target that pairs perfectly with Ty Hilton to provide Luck an alpha at the catch point.
23. Seattle Seahawks
Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan
Figuring out what Seattle might do on Draft Day is a near impossible task but we do know that they love versatile players with freaky athletic traits. Gary is a versatile defensive lineman that finds success both on the edge and working on the inside. He has impressive burst, strength and tenacity to beat blocks but is still not a finished product which makes him all the more appealing given the flashes he made in the Big Ten.
24. Baltimore Ravens
Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
Building around Lamar Jackson is critical for the Ravens this offseason and Butler would be a perfect addition. His size and vertical receiving skill set would provide Jackson with a true alpha receiver and go-to option to add an important layer the Baltimore’s offense.
25. Oakland Raiders (via Dallas Cowboys)
Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
With a clear need to improve the corner spot opposite of Gareon Conley, Oruwariye offers and exciting skill set. Versatile to play at a high level in any coverage technique, Oruwariye has impressive length, strength, body control and ball skills.
26. Houston Texans
David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin
Edwards is a road grader as a run blocker while showcasing good control, posture and balance in pass pro. A converted tight end, Edwards has considerable upside and has developed nicely at the position. He offers a high ceiling and would be a great addition to start solidifying things up front offensively for Houston.
27. Oakland Raiders (via Chicago Bears)
Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Fant is an exciting talent that offers dynamic upside as a receiver. He has a long, muscular frame with fluid and explosive movement skills. His ball skills, hands, route running and ability to win post-catch are really exciting. Jared Cook was an important component to Gruden’s offense in 2018, but he is 31 and set to hit the free agent market. Fant has a high ceiling to duplicate and exceed what Oakland got out of Cook.
28. Los Angeles Chargers
Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
There are some exciting elements to the Chargers defense but the defensive tackle situation is concerning. Brandon Mebane is a replacement level player and a free agent after the season, with Corey Liuget’s contract expiring after 2019. An infusion of talent is needed at DT for LA and Wilkins would be a great addition. He’s a dynamic penetrator and high-character prospect.
29. New England Patriots
Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State
New England features one of the worst pass rushes in the NFL and with 22 sacks over the last two seasons in the SEC, Sweat can be of assistance. Sweat illustrates good vision, length, hand usage and a variety of counters to win as a pass rusher.
30. Los Angeles Rams
Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama
Davis is long, athletic and powerful which leads to him dictating reps and owning the line of scrimmage. He knows how to use his hands to control blockers and shed blocks. He is versatile, physically gifted and the type of presence that could thrive playing alongside Aaron Donald.
31. Kansas City Chiefs
DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia
The Chiefs’ offense? Exciting. The Chiefs’ defense? Bad. The Chiefs’ pass defense has been suspect this season and reinforcements are needed on the back end in Kansas City. Baker is a highly productive SEC corner that blends outstanding route anticipation skills with the ability to disrupt at the catch point.
32. Green Bay Packers (via New Orleans Saints)
Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
Green Bay made progress defensively compared to where it was at the close of 2017, but more work is needed. Adderley is a versatile safety that excels in every technique which offers scheme multiplicity because of his presence. He is physical playing forward but also provides outstanding range and ball skills to play in deep zones. He does everything.