25. Buffalo Bills: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
Having Andrew Booth sitting there for the Bills to select would be an ideal scenario for them. Booth is a more inexperienced player, but we have only begun to scratch the surface of what he may be able to do in the NFL. The Bills need a starter opposite Tre’Davious White next year, and Booth can fit right into that spot.
26. Tennessee Titans: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa
Tyler Linderbaum is the best true center prospect in this year’s class combining elite athleticism with exceptional core strength. Linderbaum’s ability to block on the move, suggests he would be a great fit on the Titans offensive line and in their scheme.
27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
A corner is not the biggest need for the Bucs as they have Carlton Davis, Sean Murphy-Bunting, and Jamel Dean, but all three will be up for new contracts soon and it is unlikely they will all be retained. Elam would fit really well in Todd Bowles’ man-heavy scheme and selecting Elam would be a highly proactive move.
28. Green Bay Packers: Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan
It makes sense for Green Bay to double-dip in the wide receiver position since it is such a big need. They swung for the fences with their first pick in selecting Burks, so I am having them hedge by selecting the higher floor and lower ceiling prospect in Skyy Moore. Moore is undersized, but a very good route runner with excellent ball skills. He has a very good chance of being a productive starter.
29. Kansas City Chiefs: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue
The Chiefs could add another pass rusher aside Frank Clark. It should be difficult for them to pass up Karlaftis if he drops to them. Karlaftis is a powerful pass rusher, who is still young and has room to grow. He would likely provide an immediate impact on a team that is in the process of competing.
30. Kansas City Chiefs: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati
After trading away Tyreek Hill this offseason, the Chiefs could stand to add some additional talent to the wide receiver room. Alec Pierce will hardly replace Hill’s production, but he is both a bigger-bodied and a highly athletic receiver, who was Desmond Ridder’s favorite target at Cincinnati.
31. Cincinnati Bengals: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
Ideally, Tyler Linderbaum would have fallen to the Bengals, but here they address another need with a talented player. It is hard to envision Eli Apple as the long-term starter in Cincinnati. McDuffie is an athletic player who is very good at zone coverage. He could compete for a starting job immediately.
32. Detroit Lions: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
The Lions should continue to build their roster by selecting the best players available. Devin Lloyd is a prototypical big downhill linebacker who will fit the culture Detroit is trying to build.