1 3rd and 2 4ths for comps 1 7th rounder for B-Mac
Round 1: Best Case- Marqise Lee, WR, USC. You know, while he does share some qualities with Torrey, that's not all bad. It gives us a good weapon to run our 1850's offense. Realistic Option- Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt. Matthews is looking good. He has great route running, hands, and size. His speed isn't the best, but his good route running really helps with that.
Round 2: Best Case- Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State. There are questions right now, but all the talent and the potential with him would be too much to pass up. Realistic Option- Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State. Joyner could fit in really good as a slot CB with us.
Round 3: Best Case and Realistic Option- C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa. This gives us a very solid all-around #2 TE to go with Dennis PItta.
Round 3 Comp: Best Case and Realistic Option- Ja'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee. I love the ability of James as a RT. He could do just this with us and I would love it. The 3rd round is a fine round to get our RT.
Round 4 Comp: Best Case- Tyler Larsen, C, Utah State. Larsen is a very good C and would definitely be an upgrade to Gino Crapkowski. Realistic Option- Russell Bodine, C, North Carolina. His stock is lower then this by now, but there is 1 reason Baltimore would draft him right here. 1. Bodine is a falling prospect, and Ozzie loves those. He still would be better then Gino. He's 6'3" 310 pounds, so he's physically ready.
Round 4 Comp #2: Best Case- Kenny Ladler, S, Vanderbilt. He is a good playmaking FS, so Elam can go to SS. Realistic Option- Ty Zimmerman, S, Kansas State. Zimmerman is a good option to play FS. He is pretty big, being 6'1" and 204 pounds. He would be a FS, with Matt Elam of course being the SS.
Round 7 B-Mac Pick: Best Case- De'Anthony Thomas, HB/KR/WR. His stock is falling because of injury concerns because of his size. This is best case, so let's make it happen. Realistic Option- Dri Archer, WR/KR/RB, Kent State. I still really want one of these gadgets to put in our offense. I love the idea of one of these two in the slot. Slot receiver are generally small, shifty, and fast. I just really want to see it.
Best Case: WR, CB, TE, OT, C, S, OW
Realistic Option: WR, CB, TE, OT, C, S, OW
Well I guess they're the same this time. I feel really good about this draft. The needs seem to be all filled while also getting plenty of value.