Round 3, 86th overall
From here on out, it gets harder and harder to predict who goes where. There are some very deep positions in this draft such as wide receiver. Tennessee Volunteers wideout Jauan Jennings could be an absolute steal, should Beane/McDermott wait until the third round to take a receiver.
His talent suggests he should be a higher pick but disciplinary issues while at UT have kept him down. He’s a very passionate player on the field and at times Jennings becomes his own worst enemy. On the bright side, he can play either outside or in the slot. He’s a big target with the ability to shake off would-be tacklers. What NFL coaches will like is Jenning’s willingness and ability to block in the run game.
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Another player that has potential in this spot is University of Florida edge rusher Jonathan Greenard. He missed the 2018 season with a major wrist injury that he seemed a bit hesitant playing with last season. He’s healed more in the past few months so maybe it won’t be an issue. Greenard is a hard worker off the field and will do what it takes to play.
Other players who appeared in the 10 lastest mock drafts that went into the third round include Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State; Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State; Zack Moss, RB, Utah; Cam Akers, RB, FSU; Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia; Bradlee Anae. Edge, Utah: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan; Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame.
Check back with us in mid-March for our next mock draft compilation. Individual pro days will be in full swing which means more changes to NFL draft boards.