2 4ths and 1 5th for comps. And I'm now dumping best case and realistic option after the 3rd round because usually I have the picks stay the same anyway.
Round 1: Best Case- Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State. I know it hasn't happened yet, but I'm expecting a massive shoot up the draft boards for Benjamin. He has a lot of the same qualities as Mike Evans, except he's faster. Great speed with great size makes everything better. He has route running questions, but so does Mike Evans. I think this would be the better player right now. Realistic Option- Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt. I'm also expecting him to rise up some. If he has a decent 40 time, he will also go higher then he's speculated right now. He is the entire package. He is a great route runner, catcher, and he's 6'3". He just has a minor speed problem.
Round 2: Best Case- Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington. It's not likely he's here. But this is best case, and there's a chance. He would really help us in the red zone and on 3rd down. Realistic Option- Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame. Niklas is another huge and good TE. He would help us in blocking and on 3rd down/redzone as well.
Round 3: Best Case and Realistic Option- Ja'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee. I just am thinking this is a perfect plug in and play RT.
Round 4 Comp: Kenny Ladler, S, Vanderbilt. This is a good pick to be our future FS.
Round 4 Comp #2: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska. This gives us our other big CB to go next to Jimmy Smith.
Round 5 Comp: Marcus Martin, C, USC. Martin is one of the better options here at C this late in the draft.
Round 6: Taylor Hart, DL, Oregon. We could use some D-Line depth. Hart is a pretty good talent there. He might even be able to start in a couple of years.
Round 7 (via Miami): Larry Webster, DE, Bloomsburg. I know what you all think about this. We don't need 2 D-Linemen. You are correct. Webster is only about 250, so he isn't a Linemen in our system. Like many others, Webster will have to transition to LB. I think his raw potential is worth the gamble in the 7th round.
There we go. List any questions, comments, and/or concerns.