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McShay's best available Day 3 draft prospects

We're three rounds deep into the 2016 NFL draft, but there's plenty of talent still left on the board. Connor Cook and Andrew Billings highlight Todd McShay's best available players for Day 3.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said corner Kendall Fuller won't participate in the rookie minicamp because of the torn meniscus in his knee. Gruden said in a worst-case scenario he'll be ready for training camp.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Braxton Miller said he switched to receiver last season at Ohio State because coming off his shoulder injury he couldn't throw more than 45 yards. The fact that he asked for the switch meant a lot to Texans coach Bill O'Brien. O'Brien said that showed Miller to be a good teammate. Being a good teammate is an attribute valued by O'Brien about as much as he values versatility, which Miller also has.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Su'a Cravens fits well in an age where players need versatile skills. "There's not a lot he can't do. He's a playmaker. We want to get people who can do multiple things." #Waspick

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

New Bengals LB Nick Vigil says that aside from a passing conversation with a scout here or there, he didn't have very much contact with them.

Chris Fallica ESPN Staff Writer 

Picks in 1st 3 rounds - Ohio State 10, Pac-12 10, Big 12 9

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

After sending their third-rounder to the Miami Dolphins for a sixth-rounder this year and two 2017 picks, the Minnesota Vikings will have six picks on the final day of the 2016 draft: No. 121 (fourth round), No. 160 (fifth round), No. 180 (sixth round), No. 186 (sixth round), No. 240 (seventh round) and No. 244 (seventh round).

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Brandon Williams was in the Texas A&M locker room on Friday night when GM Steve Keim called him. #ARIpick

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Simmons tested among the most athletic players in the draft with a 40-inch vertical leap at the scouting combine and times in the agility drills that were on par with best skill position players on the board. All at 202 pounds.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles said Geno Smith is the current starter. If Ryan Fitzpatrick returns, he will start, per Bowles.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 98th overall pick (third round), the Seahawks selected Boise St. offensive lineman Rees Odhiambo. Odhiambo (6-foot-4, 314 pounds) played tackle in college, but his measurables suggest a move to guard. Odhiambo suffered a season-ending ankle injury in October. He missed 14 games due to injuries the past three seasons. The Seahawks have added two offensive linemen in the first three rounds. Odhiambo will likely get a chance to compete for playing time (and a roster spot) at guard.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill O'Brien said he went to Ohio State and spent a day with Braxton Miller. "Felt like he was a guy who would really fit in well with us." O'Brien expects Miller to play in several different spots on offense, not just inside. He'll play him outside and on special teams.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Broncos take athletic safety, Justin Simmons of Boston College.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

Patriots select DT Vincent Valentine with their final third-round pick (No. 96). He is 6-foot-3 5/8 and 329 pounds and entered the draft after his junior season. Projects to backup role behind Malcom Brown, Alan Branch and Terrance Knighton.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Best dressed head coach-GM duo? Coach Bruce Arians and GM Steve Keim.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

"He'll compete right away," Texans general manager Rick Smith on second round pick, center Nick Martin.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals GM Steve Keim said Brandon Williams converted to CB in June. #ARIpick

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Lions picks so far through three rounds: 1. Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State 2. A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama 3. Graham Glasgow, OC, Michigan

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Brandon Williams was a RB at Texas A&M until last season, when he converted to CB. #ARIpick

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions stayed local with their third round pick, taking former walk-on Graham Glasgow from Michigan. Glasgow is a tough center in a pro-style offense last season for the Wolverines. He will compete against Travis Swanson immediately.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 94th overall pick (third round), the Seahawks selected Ohio State TE Nick Vannett. Vannett (6-foot-6, 257 pounds) had 19 catches for 162 yards last season. He is more in the mold of an all-around tight end than a prolific pass-catcher. While it'd be easy to wonder how this relates to Jimmy Graham's injury, the truth is the Vannett selection probably has more to do with the fact that Luke Willson is entering the final year of his contract.