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Arizona Cardinals: B

Round 1: No. 16 Zaven Collins, LB (Tulsa)
Round 2: No. 49 Rondale Moore, WR (Purdue)
Round 4: No. 136 (from Ravens) Marco Wilson, CB (Florida)
Round 6: No. 210 (from Ravens) Victor Dimukeje, LB (Duke)
Round 6: No. 223 (from Vikings) Tay Gowan, CB (Central Florida)
Round 7: No. 243 James Wiggins, S (Cincinnati)
Round 7: No. 247 (from Bears through Raiders) Michal Menet, C (Penn State)

Analysis: Collins going at 16 was a bit of a surprise, but he can fly to the ball. The Cards need help on defense and that is exactly what they went out and got minus the Rondale Moore selection and their 247th. If Moore can stay healthy, that just gives Kyler Murray another weapon and fire away at.

Atlanta Falcons: B-

Round 1: No. 4 Kyle Pitts, TE (Florida)
Round 2: No. 40 (from Broncos) S Richie Grant (Central Florida)
Round 3: No. 68 Jalen Mayfield, OT (Michigan)
Round 4: No. 108: Darren Hall, CB (SDSU)
Round 4: No. 114 (from Broncos) Drew Dalman, C (Stanford)
Round 5: No. 148 Ta’Quon Graham, DT (Texas)
Round 5: No. 182 Adetokunbo Ogundeji, DE (Notre Dame)
Round 5: No. 183 Avery Williams, CB (Boise State)
Round 6: No. 187 Frank Darby, WR (Arizona State)

Analysis: They were asking for the farm and family goat in order to move from 4 reportedly. They stayed the course and took Kyle Pitts who will inevitably boost an offense already loaded with playmakers. I am a bit perplexed with the strategy though. They need so much help on their swiss cheese defense and I don’t know if they adequately addressed that. Maybe that won’t matter if a coaching change can get the offense out of their normal stagnation where garbage time thrives.

Baltimore Ravens: A

Round 1: No. 27 Rashod Bateman, WR (Minnes0ta)
Round 1: No. 31 (from Chiefs) Jayson Oweh, DE (Penn State)
Round 3: No. 94 (from Chiefs) Ben Cleveland, G (Georgia)
Round 3: No. 104 Brandon Stephens, CB (SMU)
Round 4: No. 131 Tylan Wallace, WR (Oklahoma State)
Round 5: No. 160 (from Cardinals) Shaun Wade, CB (Ohio State)
Round 5: No. 171 Daelin Hayes, LB (Notre Dame)
Round 5: No. 184 Ben Mason, FB (Michigan)

Analysis: Shit. Rashod Bateman at 27, what a fucking W. They addressed their two biggest needs with the two first round selections and added more pieces to the offensive line and defense.

Buffalo Bills: B+

Round 1: No. 30 Gregory Rousseau, DL (Miami)
Round 2: No. 61 Carlos Basham Jr., DE (Wake Forest)
Round 3: No. 93 Spencer Brown, OT (Northern Iowa)
Round 5: No. 161 (from Raiders) Tommy Doyle, OT (Miami (Ohio))
Round 6: No. 203 Marquez Stevenson, WR (Houston)
Round 6: No. 212 (from Saints via Texans) Damar Hamlin, S (Pittsburgh)
Round 6: No. 213 Rachad Wildgoose, CB (Wisconsin)
Round 7: No. 236 (from Panthers) Jack Anderson, G (Texas Tech)

Analysis: I mean, can you really have enough pass rushers? No. The answer is no. They went hot and heavy on the trenches. That is never a bad strategy in a team that lacks glaring holes.

Carolina Panthers: B

Round 1: No. 8 Jaycee Horn, CB (South Carolina)
Round 2: No. 59 (from Browns) Terrace Marshall Jr., WR (LSU)
Round 3: No. 70 (from Eagles) Brady Christensen, OT (BYU)
Round 3: No. 83 (from Bears) Tommy Tremble, TE (Notre Dame)
Round 4: No. 113 Chuba Hubbard, RB (Oklahoma State)
Round 5: No. 158 Daviyon Nixon, DT (Iowa)
Round 5: No. 166 (from Titans) Keith Taylor, CB (Washington)
Round 6: No. 204 (from Bears) Shi Smith, WR (South Carolina)
Round 6: No. 222 Thomas Fletcher, LS (Alabama)
Round 7: No. 232 (from Titans) Phil Hoskins, DT (Kentucky)

Analysis: I was blown away by the Horn pick at 8. Corner is one of the most important positions in today’s NFL that leads to wins. They grabbed arguably the best one or highest ceiling of the class in a bit of a surprise. They get another receiver to pair with a powerful 1-2 punch already. I would’ve liked to see them address the offensive line a bit more which is why the knock here.

Chicago Bears: A

Round 1: No. 11 (from Giants) Justin Fields, QB (Ohio State)
Round 2: No. 39 (from Panthers) OT Teven Jenkins (Oklahoma State)
Round 5: No. 151 (from Panthers) Larry Borom, OT (Missouri)
Round 6: No. 217 (from Seahawks) Khalil Herbert, RB (Virginia Tech)
Round 6: No. 221 Dazz Newsome, WR (North Carolina)
Round 6: No. 228 Thomas Graham Jr., CB (Oregon)
Round 7: No. 250 (from Seahawks) Khyiris Tonga, DT (BYU)

Analysis: Desperate times call for desperate measures. They got their QB, period. Maybe it is enough to save Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace. This is the last shot.

Cincinnati Bengals: B-

Round 1: No. 5 Ja’Marr Chase, WR (LSU)
Round 2: No. 46 (from Patriots) Jackson Carman, OT (Clemson)
Round 3: No. 69 Joseph Ossai, DE (Texas)
Round 4: No. 111 Cameron Sample, DE (Tulane)
Round 4: No. 122 Tyler Shelvin, DT (LSU)
Round 4: No. 139 D’ante Smith, OT (East Carolina)
Round 5: No. 149 Evan McPherson, K (Florida)
Round 6: No. 190 Trey Hill, C (Georgia)
Round 7: No. 202 (from Dolphins through Texans) Chris Evans, RB (Michigan)
Round 7: No. 235 (from Lions through Seahawks) Wyatt Hubert, DE (Kansas State)

Analysis: I don’t hate the Chase pick as much as I hate the fact the first offensive line drafted is Jackson Carman. The Bengals watched Burrow get blasted all of last season. That has to change.

Cleveland Browns: A+

Round 1: No. 26 Greg Newsome II, CB (Northwestern)
Round 2: No. 52 (from Panthers) Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB (Notre Dame)
Round 3: No. 91 (from Saints) Anthony Schwartz, WR (Auburn)
Round 4: No. 110 (from Eagles) James Hudson, OT (Cincinnati)
Round 4: No. 132 Tommy Togiai, DT (Ohio State)
Round 5: No. 153 (from Lions) Tony Fields II, LB (West Virginia)
Round 5: No. 169 (from Rams) Richard Lecounte III, S (Georgia)
Round 6: No. 211 Demetric Felton, RB (UCLA)

Analysis: The secondary on paper looks to be absolutely loaded in Cleveland. Grabbing Koramoah in the late second is unbelievable. They just allowed the draft to fall to them and made moves when necessary.

Dallas Cowboys: B+

Round 1: No. 12 (from 49ers through Dolphins through Eagles) Micah Parsons, LB (Penn State)
Round 2: No. 44 Kelvin Joseph, CB (Kentucky)
Round 3: No. 75 Osa Odighuzua, DT (UCLA)
Round 3: No. 84 (from Colts through Eagles) Chauncey Golston, DE (Iowa)
Round 3: No. 99 Nahshon Wright, CB (Oregon State)
Round 4: No. 115 Jabril Cox, LB (NDSU, LSU)
Round 4: No. 138 Josh Ball, OT (Marshall)
Round 5: No. 179 Simi Fehoko, WR (Stanford)
Round 6: No. 192 (from Lions) Quinton Bohanna, DT (Kentucky)
Round 6: No. 227 Israel Mukuamu, CB (South Carolina)
Round 7: No. 238 Matt Farniok, G (Nebraska)

Analysis: We know the Cowboys were targeting Surtain or Horn. That was obvious when they traded back and snagged an extra pick. They went all in to address their horrible defense so they get points for that. However, I don’t know if Joseph was the right move in round 2.

Denver Broncos: C-

Round 1: No. 9 Patrick Surtain II, CB (Alabama)
Round 2: No. 35 (from Falcons) Javonte Williams, RB (North Carolina)
Round 3: No. 98 (from Saints): Quinn Meinerz, G (Wisconsin-Whitewater)
Round 3: No. 105 (from Saints) Baron Browning, LB (Ohio State)
Round 5: No. 152 Caden Sterns, S (Texas)
Round 5: No. 164 (from Bears via Giants) Jamar Johnson, S (Indiana)
Round 6: No. 219 (from Falcons) Seth Williams, WR (Auburn)
Round 7: No. 237 Kary Vincent Jr., CB (LSU)
Round 7: No. 239 (from Giants) Jonathon Cooper, LB (Ohio State)
Round 7: No. 253 (from Browns) Marquiss Spencer, DL (Mississippi State)

Analysis: At some point, you have to address needs. They didn’t really do that. I love the talent they got out of the class. Surtain down to Browning are all strong players I would normally love. The problem is they go corner and running back, two positions I wouldn’t consider weak.

Detroit Lions: B-

Round 1: No. 7 Penei Sewell, OT (Oregon)
Round 2: No. 41 Levi Onwuzurike, DT (Washington)
Round 3: No. 72 Alim McNeill, DT (North Carolina State)
Round 3: No. 101 (from Rams) Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB (Syracuse)
Round 4: No. 112 Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR (USC)
Round 4: No. 113 (from Panthers through Browns) Derrick Barnes, LB (Purdue)
Round 7: No. 257 Jermar Jefferson, RB (Oregon State)

Analysis: I understand Penei Sewell falling is a gift. That was the right move. The problem I have with the Lions class is a failure to address the need for receivers until Round 4.

Green Bay Packers: B+

Round 1: No. 29 Eric Stokes, CB (Georgia)
Round 2: No. 62 Josh Myers, C (Ohio State)
Round 3: No. 85 (from Titans) Amari Rodgers, WR (Clemson)
Round 4: No. 142 Royce Newman, OG (Ole Miss)
Round 5: No. 173 Tedarrell Slaton, DT (Florida)
Round 5: No. 178 Shemar Jean-Charles, CB (Appalachian State)
Round 6: No. 214 Cole Van Lanen, G (Wisconsin)
Round 6: No. 220 Isaiah McDuffie, LB (Boston College)
Round 7: No. 256 Kylin Hill, RB (Mississippi State)

Analysis: I am trying to take the emotion out of the fact Aaron Rodgers is unhappy and rightfully so. They continue to fail to get him help in round 1. That being said, they addressed their major needs in the draft. Stokes should start day one and I love the Amari Rodgers pick in Round 3.

Houston Texans: D

Round 3: No. 67 Davis Mills, QB (Stanford)
Round 3: No. 89 (from Browns via Panthers) Nico Collins, WR (Michigan)
Round 5: No. 147 Brevin Jordan, TE (Miami)
Round 5: No. 170 Garret Wallow, LB (TCU)
Round 6: No. 195 (from Cowboys through Patriots) Roy Lopez, DT (Arizona)

Analysis: Love Mills. But, bless your heart Texans.

Indianapolis Colts: C

Round 1: No. 21 Kwity Paye, DL (Michigan)
Round 2: No. 54 Dayo Odeyingbo, DL (Vanderbilt)
Round 4: No. 127 Kylen Granson, TE (SMU)
Round 5: No. 165 Shawn Davis, S (Florida)
Round 6: No. 218 (from Saints) Sam Ehlinger, QB (Texas)
Round 7: No. 229 (from Jaguars via Saints) Mike Strachan, WR (Charleston (W.V.))
Round 7: No. 248 Will Fries, OT (Penn State)

Analysis: Aside from Paye, who else is there that could make significant impact in year one for a roster that is built to win now?

Jacksonville Jaguars: B-

Round 1: No. 1 Trevor Lawrence, QB (Clemson)
Round 1: No. 25 (from Rams) Travis Etienne, RB (Clemson)
Round 2: No. 33: Tyson Campbell, CB (Georgia)
Round 2: No. 45 (from Vikings) Walker Little, OT (Stanford)
Round 3: No. 65 Andre Cisco, S (Syracuse)
Round 4: No. 106 Jay Tufele, DT (USC)
Round 4: No. 121 (from Raiders via 49ers via Rams) Jordan Smith, DE (Alabama-Birmingham)
Round 5: No. 145 Luke Farrell, TE (Ohio State)
Round 6: No. 208 (from Rams): Jalen Camp, WR (Georgia Tech)

Analysis: You automatically get at least a B- for sucking enough last year to get Trevor Lawrence. As much as it was shit on, I don’t necessarily hate the Etienne pick. He and Robinson can compliment each other well. However, they have too many holes to fill on both sides of the ball. Sexy isn’t always smart.

Kansas City Chiefs: B-

Round 2: No. 58 (from Ravens): Nick Bolton, LB (Missouri)
Round 2: No. 63 Creed Humphrey, C (Oklahoma)
Round 4: No. 144 Joshua Kaindoh, DE (Florida State)
Round 5: No. 162 (from Dolphins via Raiders via Jets) Noah Gray, TE (Duke)
Round 5: No. 181 Cornell Powell, WR (Clemson)
Round 6: No. 226 (from Panthers via Jets) Trey Smith, G (Tennessee)

Analysis: The Chiefs made a splash via trade sending some assets for much needed o line help. I loved them getting Humphrey at 63 to sure up that line. Overall, the class isn’t overwhelming, but it is formidable.

Las Vegas Raiders: C-

Round 1: No. 17 Alex Leatherwood, OL (Alabama)
Round 2: No. 43 (from 49ers) Trevon Moehrig, S (TCU)
Round 3: No. 79 (from Cardinals) Malcolm Koonce, DE (Buffalo)
Round 3: No. 80 Divine Deablo, S (Virginia Tech)
Round 4: No. 143 (from Vikings via Jets) Tyree Gillespie, S (Missouri)
Round 5: No. 167 (from Seahawks) Nate Hobbs, CB (Illinois)
Round 7: No. 230 (from Jets via 49ers) Jimmy Morrissey, C (Pittsburgh)

Analysis: Insert Raiders annual shock value round 1 selection. It is the reason Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock have been a laughing stock. Until wins start coming, that will continue. I did absolutely love Moehrig in round 2.

Los Angeles Chargers: A+

Round 1: No. 13 Rashawn Slater, OT (Northwestern)
Round 2: No. 47 Asante Samuel Jr., CB (Florida State)
Round 3: No. 77 Josh Palmer, WR (Tennessee)
Round 3: No. 97 Tre’ McKitty, TE (Georgia)
Round 4: No. 118 Chris Rumph II, LB (Duke)
Round 5: No. 159 Brendan James, OT (Nebraska)
Round 6: No. 185 (from Jaguars through Titans) Nick Niemann, LB (Iowa)
Round 6: No. 198 Larry Rountree III, RB (Missouri)
Round 7: No. 241 Mark Webb, S (Georgia)

Analysis: Top offensive lineman, check. Receiving help, check. Throw Samuel in, big dub for the bolts.

Los Angeles Rams: A-

Round 2: No. 57 Tutu Atwell, WR (Louisville)
Round 3: No. 103 Ernest Jones, LB (South Carolina)
Round 4: No. 117 Bobby Brown, DT (Texas A&M)
Round 4: No. 130 (from Rams via Jaguars) Robert Rochell, CB (Central Arkansas)
Round 4: No.141 Jacob Harris, WR (UCF)
Round 5: No. 174 (from Bills via Texans) Earnest Brown IV, DL (Northwestern)
Round 7: No. 233 (from Bengals via Texans) Jake Funk, RB (Maryland)
Round 7: No. 249 (from Titans via Jaguars) Ben Skowonek, WR (Notre Dame)
Round 7: No. 252 Chris Garrett, LB (Concordia-St. Paul)

Analysis: They got a playmaker to help expand the offense sideline to sideline with Tutu Atwell. They address the need at linebacker as well as DT after losing Michael Brockers. Rams obviously lacked early draft capital thanks to the Ramsey deal (worth it so far). They made the most of it.

Miami Dolphins: A+

Round 1: No. 6 (from Eagles) Jaylen Waddle, WR (Alabama)
Round 1: No. 18 Jaelan Phillips, DL (Miami)
Round 2: No. 36 (from Texans) Jevon Holland, S (Oregon)
Round 2: No. 42 (from Giants) Liam Eichenberg, OT (Notre Dame)
Round 3: No. 81 Hunter Long, TE (Boston College)
Round 7: No. 231 (from Texans) Larnel Coleman, OT (Massachusetts)
Round 7: No. 244 (from Washington) Gerrid Doaks, RB (Cincinnati)

Analysis: When you have 4 picks in the first two rounds, it gives you a golden opportunity to make it count. They did. They lost the Chase/Pitts sweepstakes so they settled on Waddle which I love. They grab Phillips to boost their pass rush. Holland and Eichenberg could be starters day one and address two very high needs. Hunter Long in the 3rd gives them protection if they lose Mike Giesecki next offseason.

Minnesota Vikings: A-

Round 1: No. 23 (from Seahawks through Jets) Christian Darrisaw, OT (Virginia Tech)
Round 3: No. 66 (from Jets) Kellen Mond, QB (Texas A&M)
Round 3: No. 78 Chazz Surratt, LB (North Carolina)
Round 3: No. 86 (from Seahawks through Jets) Wyatt Davis, G (Ohio State)
Round 3: No. 90 (from Ravens) Patrick Jones II, DE (Pittsburgh)
Round 4: No. 119 Kene Nwangwu, RB (Iowa State)
Round 4: No. 125 (from Bears) Camryn Bynum, CB (California)
Round 4: No. 134 (from Bills) Janarius Robinson, DE (Florida State)
Round 5: No. 157 Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR (Iowa)
Round 5: No. 168 (from Steelers through Ravens): Zach Davidson, TE (Central Missouri)
Round 6: No. 199 Jaylen Twyman, DT (Pittsburgh)

Analysis: They addressed the sub par o line adding Darrisaw and Davis. Mond gives them a great back up for Cousins and maybe their future. Surratt should replace Eric Wilson. They need help up front on defense so they took 3 swings there.

New England Patriots: A

Round 1: No. 15 Mac Jones, QB (Alabama)
Round 2: No. 38 (from Bengals) Christian Barmore, DT (Alabama)
Round 3: No. 96 Ronnie Perkins, DE (Oklahoma)
Round 4: No. 120 (from Cardinals through Texans) Rhamondre Stevenson, RB (Oklahoma)
Round 5: No. 177 Cameron McGrone, LB (Michigan)
Round 6: No. 188 (from Texans) Joshuah Bledsoe, S (Missouri)
Round 6. No. 197 William Sherman, OT (Colorado)
Round 7: No. 242 Tre Nixon, WR (Central Florida)

Analysis: Belichick looking disappointed with Jones…THE LONG CON! They waited and got their guy. Feels like a perfect fit. They aggressively traded up to grab Barmore, which is big.

New Orleans Saints: C+

Round 1: No. 28 Payton Turner, DE (Houston)
Round 2: No. 60 Pete Werner, LB (Ohio State)
Round 3: No. 76 (from Giants via Broncos) Paulson Adebo, CB (Stanford)
Round 4: No. 133 Ian Book, QB (Notre Dame)
Round 6: No. 206 Landon Young, OT (Kentucky)
Round 7: No. 255 Kawann Baker, WR (South Alabama)

Analysis: In Jeff I trust. In Jeff I trust. In Jeff I trust. In Jeff I trust. Nevermind, I am lying. I don’t know about this one. Ian Book is now the crowned jewel of New Orleans. Seen that shit before with Ryan Griffin and Garrett Grayson. I like Werner and Adebo, although the trade up was a bit steep. I just don’t know.

New York Giants: A

Round 1: No. 20 (from Bears) Kadarius Toney, WR (Florida)
Round 2: No. 50 (from Dolphins) Azeez Ojulari, LB (Georgia)
Round 3: No. 71 (from Broncos) Aaron Robinson, CB (Central Florida)
Round 4: No. 116 Elerson Smith, LB (Northern Iowa)
Round 6: No. 196 Gary Brightwell, RB (Arizona)
Round 6: No. 201 (from Cardinals) Rodarius Williams, CB (Oklahoma State)

Analysis: Am I really giving Dave Gettleman praise? What is going on?

New York Jets: B+

Round 1: No. 2 Zach Wilson, QB (BYU)
Round 1: No. 14 (from Vikings) Alijah Vera-Tucker, OL (USC)
Round 2: No. 34 Elijah Moore, WR (Ole Miss)
Round 4: No. 107 Michael Carter, RB (UNC)
Round 5: No. 146 Jamien Sherwood, S (Auburn)
Round 5: No. 154 (from Giants) Michael Carter II, S (Duke)
Round 5: No. 175 (from Chiefs) Jason Pinnock, CB (Pittsburgh)
Round 6: No. 186 Hamsah Nasirildeen, S (Florida State)
Round 6: No. 200 (from Raiders) Brandin Echols, CB (Kentucky)
Round 6: No. 207 (from Steelers via Dolphins via Chiefs) Jonathan Marshall, DT (Arkansas)

Analysis: They made a few big moves like trading up for Vera-Tucker who is the best interior lineman of the draft. I have seen some criticism for the Elijah Moore pick over some other players available. That gives Wilson a hell of a playmaker to sling it downfield to. So I like that option. I love them getting Carter in the 4th.

Philadelphia Eagles: B+

Round 1: No. 10 (from Cowboys) DeVonta Smith, WR (Alabama)
Round 2: No. 37 Landon Dickerson, C (Alabama)
Round 3: No. 73 Milton Williams, DT (Louisiana Tech)
Round 4: No. 123 (from Dolphins) Zech McPhearson, CB (Texas Tech)
Round 5: No. 150 Kenneth Gainwell, RB (Memphis)
Round 6: No. 189 Marlon Tuipulotu, DT (USC)
Round 6: No. 191 (from Broncos via Panthers) Tarron Jackson, DE (Coastal Carolina)
Round 6: No. 224 JaCoby Stevens, S (LSU)
Round 7: No. 234 Patrick Johnson, DE (Tulane)

Analysis: They checked the boxes of needs. They desperately needed an offensive playmaker. They jumped the Giants to grab Smith. They used the back end of the draft to go heavy defense as expected.

Pittsburgh Steelers: B+

Round 1: No. 24 Najee Harris, RB (Alabama)
Round 2: No. 55 Pat Freiermuth, TE (Penn State)
Round 3: No. 87 Kendrick Green, C (Illinois)
Round 4: No. 128 Dan Moore Jr., OT (Texas A&M)
Round 4: No. 140 Buddy Johnson, LB (Texas A&M)
Round 5: No. 156 (from Cowboys through Eagles through Dolphins) Isaiahh Loudermilk, DT (Wisconsin)
Round 6: No. 216 (from Buccaneers) Quincy Roche, LB (Miami)
Round 7: No. 245 (from Dolphins) Tre Norwood, CB (Oklahoma)
Round 7: No. 254 (from Ravens) Pressley Harvin III, P (Georgia Tech)

Analysis: Najee Harris, period. That should give them a more consistent run game in 2021. Beyond round 1, the Steelers stayed away from sexy picks and added depth to their already great defense.

San Francisco 49ers: A-

Round 1: No. 3 (from Texans through Dolphins) Trey Lance, QB (North Dakota State)
Round 2: No. 48 (from Raiders) Aaron Banks, G (Notre Dame)
Round 3: No. 88 (from Rams) Trey Sermon, RB (Ohio State)
Round 3: No. 102 Ambry Thomas, CB (Michigan)
Round 5: No. 155 Jaylon Moore, OG (Western Michigan)
Round 5: No. 172 (from Saints) Deommodore Lenoir, CB (Oregon)
Round 5: No. 180 Talanoa Hufanga, S (USC)
Round 6: No. 194 Elijah Mitchell, RB (Louisiana-Lafayette)

Analysis: Personally, I think they made the right call with Trey Lance. I am a huge fan and love the idea of him being in Shanahan’s system. I love the Sermon pick as we know Shanahan loves having 1.4 million running backs. Banks could be a day one starter. Moore gives them versatility to slide to tackle or guard.

Seattle Seahawks: C+

Round 2: No. 56 D’Wayne Eskridge, WR (Western Michigan)
Round 4: No. 137 (from Buccaneers) Tre Brown, CB (Oklahoma)
Round 6: No. 208 (from Bears) Stone Forsythe, OT (Florida)

Analysis: Limited picks are never a great thing, especially for a team with many holes who is lucky enough to have a great QB. Eskridge is another big play weapon. Those things become worthless if you cannot block.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: B+

Round 1: No. 32 Joe Tryon, LB (Washington)
Round 2: No. 64 Kyle Trask, QB (Florida)
Round 3: No. 95 Robert Hainsey, OL (Notre Dame)
Round 4: No. 129 (from Seahawks) Jaelon Darden, WR (North Texas)
Round 5: No. 176 K.J. Britt, LB (Auburn)
Round 7: No. 251 (from Steelers) Chris Wilcox, CB (BYU)
Round 7: No. 259 Grant Stuard, LB (Houston)

Analysis: They returned all 22 starters so for them it is reloading. Tryon gives them a boost up front as a give technique or stand up and rush. I did like the Trask pick to sit behind Brady although I am not sure what the future holds as once Brady goes, I anticipate others move on.

Tennessee Titans: C+

Round 1: No. 22 Caleb Farley, CB (Virginia Tech)
Round 2: No. 53 Dillon Radunz, OL (North Dakota State)
Round 3: No. 92 Monty Rice, LB (Georgia)
Round 3: No. 100 Elijah Molden, CB (Washington)
Round 4: No. 109 Dez Fitzpatrick, WR (Louisville)
Round 4: No. 135 Rashad Weaver, DE (Pittsburgh)
Round 6: No. 205 Racey McMath, WR (LSU)
Round 6: No. 215 (from Chiefs) Brady Breeze, S (Oregon)

Analysis: Boom or bust. If Farley stays healthy, boom in a big way. Big fan of Radunz to boost the offensive line. The biggest need for this roster is a pass rush and they did nothing to address that.

Washington Football Team: A

Round 1: No. 19 Jamin Davis, LB (Kentucky)
Round 2: No. 51 Samuel Cosmi, OT (Texas)
Round 3: No. 74 (from 49ers) Benjamin St-Juste, CB (Minnesota)
Round 3: No. 82 Dyami Brown, WR (North Carolina)
Round 4: No. 124 John Bates, TE (Boise State)
Round 5: No. 163 Darrick Forrest, S (Cincinnati)
Round 6: No. 225 (from Eagles) Cameron Cheeseman, LS (Michigan)
Round 7: No. 240 (from 49ers via Eagles) Will Bradley-King, DE (Baylor)
Round 7: No. 246 Shaka Toney, DE (Penn State)
Round 7: No. 258 (from Chiefs through Dolphins) Dax Milne, WR (BYU)

Analysis: While most people aren’t raving about Washington’s draft class, I love what they did grabbing Davis in round 1. They are building a damn good team on both sides of the ball from the inside out until they find their long term answer for QB.

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