1st round- Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M. He will fall definitely because of the poor performance at the combine. Some of the numbers there do scare me. The 12 reps on the bench is really bad but the tape of the kid says more than the combine for some people. I think that JPP and Moore could be a deadly combo at DE and would instantly boost our DL
2nd round- Jamar Taylor CB Boise St. He is a four year starter so he definitely has experience. He is a good all around CB. He is good in run support and he can play zone and man coverage. They have been saying that players from Boise have been coached like they are in the NFL so they are very pro ready. I like this kid a lot. He runs sub 4.4 as well.
3rd round- Oday Aboushi OT Virginia. He is a solid OT who has played both RT and LT. He was a 2nd round grade but he got out ran and benched at the combine by Terron Armstrong so they basically flipped projections so he is now a 3rd round grade. The value here is hard to pass up and I would be all over this pick in the 3rd round.
4th round- Montori Hughes DT Tennessee-Martin. He is a big guy who has good potential. He is a hard worker in the weight room, he has added 75 pounds since he was a Senior in High School (255 then). If he gets the right coaching I think that with his explosiveness that he has shown that he could be a very quality DT with us in the rotation of Austin and Rogers. (**fixed.. was previously Bennie Logan haha**)
5th round- A.J Klein MLB Iowa State- I know everyone thinks we need Arthur Brown or Olgetree but there are people who we can get more value out of in the first few rounds. Klein in the 5th could be a huge steal. The kid is an animal and is very underrated. He has really good ball skills and can take them to the house. He is a good open field tackler with good size 6'1 250. Everyone raves about Olgetrees speed but he ran a pedestrian 4.7 and Klein is bigger and still ran a 4.66. The kid is a great teammate with a huge motor. Great value in the 5th round.
6th round A.- Michael Williams TE Alabama- great college experience with 40 starts for a college powerhouse. He is a great blocker who almost is like another lineman out there when blocking. Runs good routes with solid hands. He is a tough guy to bring down because of his size. Not known for his speed but positives make up for the lack of speed.
6th round B- Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt. He is a solid runner who has big play ability. He does not have breakaway speed like Wilson but he does have good quickness and agility. He holds onto the ball well and is the all time leading rusher at Vandy. Great character guy who also has return experience.
7th round- Ray Ray Armstrong SS Miami- He is a good player who arguably was a first round talent before he got in trouble. He claims he has changed and has become a better person. Sort of like Will Hill who we picked up. In the 7th round with someone with this kind of talent why not take a shot. His off the field issues aren't as bad as others in the draft that people on this board want so I do not see the problem with taking a shot with this kid. Low risk potentially high reward circumstance here.
Open for advice and any feedback is appreciated!