Dallas Cowboys

(17) CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

(51) Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

(82) Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

(123) Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa

(146) Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin

(179) Bradlee Anae, DE, Utah

(231) Ben DiNucci, QB, James Madison

UDFA

DE Ron’Dell Carter James Madison

WR Aaron Parker Rhode Island

TE Sean McKeon Michigan

DE Ladarius Hamilton North Texas

FB Seno Olonilua TCU

LB Frances Bernard Utah

DT Garrett Marino Alabama-Birmingham

TE Charlie Taumoepeau Portland State

RB Rico Dowdle South Carolina

S Luther Kirk Illinois State

OT Terrence Steele Texas Tech

WR Stephen Guidry Mississippi State

DE Azur Kamara Kansas

WR Kendrick Rogers Texas A&M

RB Darius Anderson TCU

Cowboys needed to find a standout playmaker to offset Cooper's disappearing acts and Cobb's departure. Lamb easily fills that role and many had him WR #1 in this class. CB Diggs is pro ready but imo just not that great of a talent. His ability to be a playmaker will determine if he's a bust or not. I was higher on 4th rounder Robinson.

 

DT Gallimore is a solid interior guy that should get better as he masters technique. Biadasz is Frederick lite and offers decent depth at the position. Anae flashes but is an undersized lackluster athlete. If he gets stronger at the point he'll stick.

 

UDFA Parker out of RI has a good bit of Miles Austin to him. DT Marino is my favorite sleeper in the DL class and I graded him as a 4th rounder. Cowboys udfa group is chalk fill of draftable guys that should stick somewhere...DE Carter, FB Olonilua, RB Anderson, WR Guidry and WR Rogers are all good gambles.

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New York Giants

(4) Andrew Thomas, T, Georgia

(36) Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

(99) Matt Peart, T, Connecticut

(110) Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

(150) Shane Lemieux, G, Oregon

(183) Cameron Brown, LB, Penn State

(218) Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota

(238) T.J. Brunson, LB, South Carolina

(247) Chris Williamson, CB, Minnesota

(255) Tae Crowder, LB, Georgia

UDFA

WR Binjimen Victor, Ohio State

RB Javon Leake, Maryland

WR Rysen John, Simon Fraser Football

QB Case Cookus, North Arizona

DE Dana Levine, Temple

OLB Niko Lalos, Dartmouth

WR Austin Mack, Ohio State

WR Derrick Dillon, LSU

OL Kyle Murphy, Rhode Island

DB Christian Angulo, Hampton

TE Kyle Markway, South Carolina

DB Malcolm Elmore, Central Methodist

OL Tyler Haycraft, Louisville

LB Dominique Ross, North Carolina

DB JaQuarius Landrews, Mississippi State

Thomas was the highest graded blocker during the college season and although his draft stock took some hits he was always OT #1 imo. They doubled up with Peart in the 3rd. He's a finesse guy but has the tools to be a starter eventually.  Besides OT, the Giants desperately needed a better edge presence but Gettlemen punted it into the 7th with a flier on workout warrior Coughlin.

 

I figured last year's 4th round DB Love would take over for Bethea but McKinney was tabbed early on the 2nd day to start. I think edge and WR were greater needs but I'm also just not particularly high on McKinney. He's essentially a slow, finesse, CB playing safety but he's well coached and an alpha type. Williamson and Crowder are camp guys. UDFA OG Murphy was graded highly and should be a keeper. WR Mack is an impressive route runner with quickness but unreliable hands. Teammate Victor is a longshot but has the ball skills and length to carve a role.

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Philadelphia Eagles

(21) Jalen Reagor, WR, Texas Christian

(53) Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

(103) Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

(127) K'Von Wallace, S, Clemson

(145) Jack Driscoll, T, Auburn

(168) John Hightower, WR, Boise State

(196) Shaun Bradley, LB, Temple

(200) Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Mississippi

(210) Prince Tega Wanogho, T, Auburn

(233) Casey Toohill, DE, Stanford

UDFA

Noah Togiai, TE, Oregon State

Grayland Arnold, CB, Baylor

Manasseh Bailey, WR, Morgan State

Julian Good-Jones, G, Iowa State

Michael Jaquet, DB, Louisiana-Lafyette

Luke Juriga, C, Western Michigan

Adrian Killins, RB, UCF

Dante Olson, LB, Montana

Elijah Riley, DB, Army

Prince Smith, DB, New Hampshire

Michael Warren, RB, Cincinnati

Raequan Williams, DT, Michigan State

Khalil Tate, QB, Arizona

I didn't have Reagor rated as high but I'd never quibble over a few spot difference. They needed a playmaking field stretcher and took three of them. Reagor, Hightower and Watkins are all legit deep threats and all have a solid chance to make the team. I'm on board with Hurts in the 2nd. He's a high upside project that, barring anything crazy, won't see the field before underrated backup Sudfeld. At most, as a rookie he could be used situationally, like another Taysom.

 

Taylor is an athletic project that imo went a little high but it's a needed position. Likewise for Wallace except safety is an even lesser need. I'm a big fan of every single pick past Wallace. Aubirn OT's Driscoll and Wanogho are athletic, versatile and should stick in the league. Bradley's identical to D.Taylor but a slightly lesser tackler. 7th rounder Toohill is intriguing as an edge guy and should have gone much higher.

 

UDFA RB Killins will make the team if given a good opportunity. Likewise for RB Warren who brings some needed punch. I've been a fan of DT Raequan Williams. If he's a grinder he'll stick. He's not consistently stout but flashes solid interior quickness. DB Arnold I'd bet to find a way to make an impact. At one point QB Tate looked like the next Lamar Jackson but his performance has steadily nosedived since his freshman year. A position switch might be his best opportunity.

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Washington Redskins

(2) Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

(66) Antonio Gibson, RB/WR, Memphis

(108) Saahdiq Charles, T, LSU

(142) Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

(156) Keith Ismael, C, San Diego State

(162) Khaleke Hudson, LB, Michigan

(216) Kamren Curl, S, Arkansas

(229) James Smith-Williams, OLB, North Carolina State

UDFA

Thaddeus Moss, TE LSU

Steven Montez, QB Colorado

Isaiah Wright, WR, Temple

Johnathan Johnson, WR, Mizzou

DE Young was a luxury the Skins still couldn't pass. Gibson is a playmaker in the mold of his Cowboys alum Tony Pollard but bigger. He's electric with the ball in his hands but is much more a RB than WR. I thought a CB was needed a lot more than a change up RB in the 3rd.

 

OT Charles is a nice talent with a few off field concerns that knocked his stock back. Gandy Golden is a solid mid rounder that could easily outplay his draft slot. Ismeal's a future starter. Hudson and Curl are special teamers and camp guys. Smith Williams is an intriguing edge if not for a checkered injury history.

 

UDFA TE Thad Moss should make the team, and it wouldn't be a complete shock if he's the starter at some point his rookie year.  Wright's a solid return specialist.

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