Just going to do the first 5 picks for now. Will add more as we get closer to May.
Round 1 (30 OVR): Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State... 6'5", 234
Huge, physical, productive receiver that can separate. Terrific RAC ability, especially for a receiver of his size. Remains to been seen whether he'll be there at 30, so we may have to move up to get him.
Round 2 (56 OVR - KC): Lamarcus Joyner, CB/S, Florida State... 5'8", 190
Will be undervalued because of his size, but he has excelled at both CB and S for the Noles. Excellent in run support and as physical as any DB in the nation despite his small stature. Has no problem matching up with bigger receivers due to physicality, fluidity, and leaping ability.
Round 2 (61 OVR): Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State... 6'1", 215
Big, physical S that can play downhill and make plays in the passing game. One of the most ferocious hitters in the college game.
Round 3 (77 OVR): Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame... 6'7", 270
Huge TE with surprising athleticism. Think Garrett Celek with better athleticism and receiving ability. Would make our heavy sets far less predictable.
Round 3 (94 OVR): Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin... 6'2", 190
Productive receiver who made big plays throughout his career at Wisconsin. Lit up highly touted Bradley Roby of OSU for over 200 yards this past season.