26. Miami Dolphins (from Houston): Team Needs = QB, LT, RB, EDGE, IOL:
Selection – D’Andre Swift, RB Georgia
Miami will definitely be selecting a running back with one of their three picks in the first round. They traded away Drake last year and released Myles Gaskin after yet another arrest. Luckily, they signed Jordan Howard to a two-year, $10 million dollar contract this offseason. I think they cut Kalen Ballage before the season starts. D’Andre Swift is small, but fast, with great hands. He has strong legs and can be a every down back if needed. He would be a great compliment to Howard. Thunder and Lighting, 2.0?
27. Seattle Seahawks: Team Needs = EDGE, DL, WR, OT, S
Selection – Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn St.
Even if the Seahawks are able to come to terms with Clowney, they should still continue to bolster their defense. They just lost Ezekiel Ansah and Quinton Jefferson. Yetur has the prototypical size, agility and athleticism. He played in a 4-3 style at Penn St. and that would transition well to the similar style Carroll runs in Seattle.
28. Baltimore Ravens: Team Needs = EDGE, LB, IDL, WR, RB
Selection – Ross Blacklock, DL TCU
Baltimore is almost guaranteed to select a defensive lineman with this pick and Ross Blacklock would be the ideal pick. Blacklock earned first-team All-Big 12 honors with 40 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 12 starts last year. He is a disrupter!
29. Tennessee Titans: Team Needs = RT, TE, EDGE, CB
Selection – Austin Jackson, OL USC
After committing to Ryan Tannehill a few weeks ago, the Titans need to invest in keeping him upright and healthy. Sure, Tannehill can avoid sacks and is athletic, but it doesn’t hurt if he has more time to make the throws, we know he can make. Austin Jackson is a gifted athlete, but still a little raw. He will be able to learn from the great Taylor Lewan and play right tackle in his first year or two. Austin has great character. He decided to donate bone marrow to his younger sister during the summer of 2019.
30. Green Bay Packers: Team Needs = WR, TE, OT, IOL
Selection – Justin Jefferson, WR LSU
The Pack will be Back, if they select Justin Jefferson with this pick.
Rodgers needs help and they need to draw attention away from Davante Adams. Jefferson will do just that. He has extreme ball skills and will go up and get contested balls. He finished second in the nation in receiving touchdowns last year, with 18. He would be a great fit in Green Bay and has been compared to Greg Jennings.
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