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It was no surprise that the two top offensive guards were drafted early on in the first round. Jonathan Cooper and Chance Warmack were top-tier talents.
But that doesn't mean there aren't any potential first-year starters left. Larry Warford, the big guard (318 pounds) from Kentucky, has enough talent to be a solid contributor for years.
The Lions need to address the hole that still exists now that Stephen Peterman is gone. Note that I said still exists, because it was there even when Peterman was a Lion.
Grabbing Warford will allow Detroit to keep Riley Reiff at tackle. I know there is some concern since Justin Pugh and Kyle Long went in the first that he won't be there, but the phrase "run on guards" has never been uttered before. And that just left a lot of talented players at the other positions that will take up the second round.