The Cowboys’ philosophy the last few years has been to attack the defensive line with quantity if not top-end quality. With their third-round pick, the Cowboys appear to have found more interior line depth in Nebraska’s Maliek Collins.
Talk about cornering the market. The Steelers go defensive backs with the first two picks, erasing any doubt about which position they intend to improve.
With teams playing so much nickel defense anymore, it’s smart to get a guy who can possibly handle multiple spots, as Su’a Cravens did at USC, playing linebacker and safety.
The Browns continued to look for defensive line help with their first pick in the third round. The choice: Carl Nassib, who walked on at Penn State and emerged in 2015 with a breakout season.
Right after Thursday night's run on receivers that occurred just before the Cincinnati Bengals made their first-round selection, there were legitimate concerns about whether the team would be able to land a player at that position who could contribute fairly quickly.
Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo was selected by the Buccaneers at No. 59 overall Friday, becoming the highest drafted kicker since 2005.