The third day of the NFL draft is complete. What really matters is what happens on Sundays at the Pro level. Here’s who will oppose Pittsburgh as new members of the AFC North.
Round 4 Pick 105
Cleveland Browns receive selection from New England for Round 4 Pick 114 and Round 6 Pick 178
Round 4 Pick 105
Cleveland Browns select Florida WR Antonio Callaway
Callaway is an explosive 5’11” receiver with first-round talent, but testing positive for weed at the combine dropped him to day three.
Round 4 Pick 112
Cincinnati Bengals select Miami (Fla.) RB Mark Walton
Walton has been compared to Giovanni Bernard. He’s a dynamic receiver out of the backfield that gets YAC like there’s no tomorrow.
Round 4 Pick 118
Baltimore Ravens select Alabama CB Anthony Averett
The lanky Averett has good size at 6’ with superior speed, but his lack of strength is a concern.
Round 4 Pick 122
Baltimore Ravens select UCLA ILB Kenny Young
The Bruin adds depth to the Raven defense. He excels against the run and packs a punch. Not very speedy, but reacts well.
Round 4 Pick 132
Baltimore Ravens select New Mexico State WR Jaleel Scott
At 6’5”, Scott gives Joe Flacco a huge Red Zone target. He isn’t too quick and doesn’t get separation well, but he goes up and wins contested passes easily.
Round 5 Pick 150
Cleveland Browns select Memphis OLB Genard Avery
On the smalls side, but Avery is really fast and sheds blocks well. Super versatile. Gives Browns another young sniper on defense.
Round 5 Pick 151
Cincinnati Bengals select Illinois State CB Davontae Harris
The 6’ corner comes from a small school, but plays big. Harris has great awareness and ball skills, but his game speed doesn’t match what’s done in shorts.
Round 5 Pick 152
Baltimore Ravens trade selection to Tennessee for Round 5 Pick 162 and Round 6 Pick 215
Round 5 Pick 158
Cincinnati Bengals select Virginia DT Andrew Brown
Has moments of great burst, but the 6’4” defensive lineman has an infinity to get eaten up by blocks. A depth guy.
Round 5 Pick 162
Baltimore Ravens select UCLA WR Jordan Lasley
Another big receiver from out west drafted to Charm City is Lasley. The 6’1” downfield threat is dangerous after the catch, but has a habit of dropping easy catches.
Round 5 Pick 170
Cincinnati Bengals select Western Michigan CB Darius Phillips
He’s a ball-hawking corner who is a ball magnet, but on the small side. Strength is an issue here. Could be dynamic.
Round 6 Pick 175
Cleveland Browns select Texas A&M WR Damion Ratley
Ratley is a huge target at 6’3” for Baker Mayfield to look for. Not very aggressive and low production in college, but Ratley is a project worth the effort.
Round 6 Pick 188
Cleveland Browns select Louisiana CB Simeon Thomas
Thomas is a huge corner at 6’3” with great athleticism. However, Thomas is lackadasiacal at time and not a natural cover guy. Another project for Greg Williams.
Round 6 Pick 190
Baltimore Ravens select Texas SS DeShon Elliott
The 6’2” Elliott is a nice depth pick for B-More. A little rigid in man coverage, but a missile tackler and solid run stuffer is he.
Round 6 Pick 212
Baltimore Ravens select Wagner OT Greg Senat
The former college hoops player has good size at 6’6” with nice arm length. Needs to add some pounds, but is a good development project.
Round 6 Pick 215
Baltimore Ravens select Alabama C Bradley Bozeman
Ozzie has to get his Tide guys. The 6’5” Center is a nice addition to “The Flock”. Described as not terribly athletic, but he seems to block everything he sees. So that doesn’t really matter. Nice pick here.
Round 7 Pick 238
Baltimore Ravens select Ferris State DE Zach Sieler
Has good quickness for a DE with a big body. Had a stellar pro day to up his draft stock.
Round 7 Pick 249
Cincinnati Bengals select Toledo QB Logan Woodside
The Steelers jumped the Bengals to get Mason Rudolph, who Cincy coveted. Woodside has a decent arm and has proved accurate at Toledo. Not extremely mobile, but a solid add.
Round 7 Pick 252
Cincinnati Bengals select Ole Miss G Rod Taylor
Not very lateral and agile, but the 6’3”/320 pounder is an immovable object. The Bengals addressed their o-line depth with a solid late pick.
Round 7 Pick 253
Cincinnati Bengals select Florida State WR Auden Tate
Had a bad combine to drop his stock, but the 6’5” Tate plays very fast. Tate could be an amazing late-round steal.