Round Four, Pick 102
3-4 Defense: SS Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
WCO Offense: OG Mike Johnson, Alabama
Combo Pick: Stuckey
Stuckey is an explosive tackler with good size and speed. His only real weakness is in man coverage. Great pick for a 4th rounder.
Round Five, Pick 130
3-4 Defense: DT Linval Joseph, East Carolina
WCO Offense: OT Kyle Calloway, Iowa
Combo Pick: Joseph
Massive DT at 350 lbs., needs to work on endurance but explosive off snap when fresh and will occupy double teams which is helpful in the 3-4.
Round Five, Pick 133
3-4 Defense: DE CJ Wilson, East Carolina
WCO Offense: RB James Starks, Buffalo
Combo Pick: Wilson
Quick off the snap with active hands, great strength and impecible tackling and technique. On smallish side for DE in 3-4 but still decent size and speed.
Round Five, Pick 142
3-4 Defense: ILB Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State
WCO Offense: WR Riley Cooper, Florida
Combo Pick: Chaney
Good speed at 4.54 - 40 and a disciplined defender in the gaps. Needs to have better strength and improve reads. Could have impact on special teams while growing into the position.
Round Five, Pick 156
3-4 Defense: DE Nate Collins, Virginia
WCO Offense: WR Blair White, Michigan State
Combo Pick: White
Another player climbing the draft boards. Good size and speed, reliable hands and smart route runner. High motor, high effort and good charecter player.
Round Six, Pick 167
3-4 Defense: OLB Arthur Moats, James Madison
WCO Offense: OG Marshall Newhouse, TCU
Combo Pick: Newhouse
Combine performance has him moving up the boards. Great size at 6-4 and 318. Good first step in run blocking, needs to work on pulling and trapping. Pass blocking needs more consistant slide step to seal off edge rushes.
Round Six, Pick 176
3-4 Defense: CB Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt
WCO Offense: C Eric Olson, Notre Dame
Combo Pick: Lewis
Good size and speed for a corner (6-2 and 4.48-40) but needs work in transition. Good read and react and will have size and strength to jam receivers at the line. Good open field tackler will be good in run support.