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6-4, 241, OLB, LSU » Cam Newton can always use another receiver, but a terrible defense was more the cause to Carolina’s downfall last season.
No. 15 New Orleans Saints Tavon Austin
5-9, 174, WR, West Virginia » Man, this is perfect. The best receiver in college football gets hooked up with Drew Brees. He will cause headaches in the slot.
No. 16 St. Louis Rams Chance Warmack
6-2, 317, OG, Alabama » The chance to protect Sam Bradford is too good to pass up here. Jeff Fisher always likes to build from the inside out.
No. 17 Pittsburgh Steelers Alec Ogletree
6-2, 242, LB, Georgia » James Harrison is gone. Ogletree fills a big need. His athleticism is striking.
No. 18 Dallas Cowboys Sylvester Williams
6-3, 313, DT, North Carolina » This defense needs upgrades everywhere. No time to be specific or choosy. Just take the best player available.
No. 19 New York Giants Kenny Vaccaro
6-0, 214, S, Texas » This is one of the more highly rated players. We predict he falls here because of the depth of the draft in general.
No. 20 Chicago Bears Tyler Eifert
6-5, 250, TE, Notre Dame » A pass-catching tight end is EXACTLY what Jay Cutler needs. Emphasis on EXACTLY.
No. 21 Cincinnati Bengals Tank CarradineNext Page >
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