I thought Brantley was overhyped on tape. The off the field concerns hurt at this point. Especially after he beat a woman in Florida pending an investigation. That being said drafted Ogunjobi earlier and the worst case scenario is they waste this pick and don't offer Brantley a contract, but keep their cap space despite wasting the pick. Giving this pick a Millen grade is blowing things way out of proportion.
Chuck Clark was Virginia Tech's nickel corner. He got some experience at both field and boundary when Brandon Facyson got placed on injured reserve. The Ravens may want to convert Clark to a safety role for depth with how deep they are at cornerback now. I'm not sure how I feel about that, but Clark should thrive in a depth role. At the same time, Clark feels like a reach in round six, but friends of mine really like his tape.
Mike Tyson has great tape and you can easily argue Seatle warrants a B grade here. My huge issue with this pick is that Seattle gave Jacksonville the rights to Cam Robinson for Malik McDowell and a safety that may bite someone's ear off in the Legion Of Boom. Okay, no more boxing jokes let's move on to the next selection.
The 6-3 304 lb Vincent Taylor has lined up at both 4-3 defensive tackle and 3-4 nose tackle. Taylor has 7 sacks and 13 tackles for a loss in 2016. Taylor dominated on tape versus Oklahoma stopping both Perine and Mixon in their tracks and that's why you don't see game tape of Perine or Mixon versus Oklahoma State. Taylor has been the top player on my board since day 3 began and Miami can use him for depth and develop him so obviously I love this pick.
Buffalo has Preston Brown in a contract year and Reggie Ragland in the waiting. I hate this pick, but Vallejo could be a good depth player down the road if he manages to make the Bills final 53-man roster by some miracle.
Al-Quadin Muhammed sounds like a terrorist. If he gets to play, he will receive an opportunity to terrorize opposing quarterbacks. I gave the Saints a Bounty Gate grade for taking a rutheless hitman who got dismissed for off the field concerns at Miami FL.
I actually didn't like this pick at first. Now that I think about it, Navarro Bowman is moving to 4-3 left outside linebacker and he gets injured way too often. Drafting someone like Pita for depth is actually a pretty good decision on John Lynch's part.
Mark Sciubba had Henderson going to Denver at this exact pick. I had Henderson going earlier plus I love his vision on tape. Denver has Anderson and Booker so getting Henderson for depth is good. This pick easily gets an A+ grade here.
The 6-3 219 lb Robert Davis had 67 receptions, 968 receiving yards, and 5 receiving touchdowns in 2016. Davis absolutely crushed the 2017 NFL Combine after running a 4.44 40-time, having 10-inch hands, and doing 19 reps on the bench press before acing the gauntlet drill. Davis dropped 4 passes on tape versus Charlotte in 2015 and only knows streaks and screen pass routes which makes him a project, but he has potential to be coached into a reliable target in Washington.
The Patriots took a long snapper after winning Super Bowl 49 and didn't repeat as a result. I give any team that drafts a long snapper an F grade even though Holba is the top long snapper in this years class.
Detroit brings in a developmental quarterback. The 6-3 214 lb Brad Kaaya had 3,532 passing yards, 27 passing touchdowns, and 7 interceptions in 2016. I still think Kaaya would benefit from another year of school despite declaring for the 2017 NFL Draft, but he did well at Miami FL's Pro Day and would be an awesome starter in four years from now once he played out his rookie contract as a backup to Matthew Stafford. If he comes in for an injured Stafford and does well, the Lions can trade Kaaya for a high draft pick or foolishly move on from Stafford.
Kansas City gets the 218th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Denver Broncos signed right tackle Donald Stephenson in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Stephenson became a Free Agent in 2016.
The Chiefs just extended Eric Berry. I don't understand the logic behind this pick at all.