NFL.com compares him to Jake Fisher, a tackle often connected to Philly before the draft a few years ago, though not least because of his OR history. Gutekunst should look to trade up at some stage in the draft, although depending on how many quarterbacks come off the board early in the first round, he may not need to on Day 1.
ESPN's Mel Kiper continues his three-round mock drafts and his most recent mock has the Cincinnati Bengals failing to address their biggest needs. But the Vikings have also had a number of impressive selections from each of the first seven rounds since the franchise's very first season.
With the 2018 NFL Draft mere weeks away, the Philadelphia Eagles are about to add some serious talent to their roster, but which players will they select when the commissioner steps up to the podium in Dallas on April 26th? With that said, here are three draft prospects who could potentially be a good fit for Tampa Bay.More news: Tata Motors shares fall 4% after JLR's job-cut plan
Spotlight - Mike McCray, Michigan: It's hard to imagine that anything or anybody flies under the radar with the University of Michigan's football hype machine running at full speed year round, but Mike McCray quietly had an impressive last two seasons playing linebacker for the Wolverines. So, let's take a look at how Big Ten teams have fared in the last 10 drafts, from 2008-2017. All three of those drafts saw a Vol get picked in the first round. The 2015 and 2016 drafts had no Vols selected at all. "I understand player value, and that's what we try to go by". Gaulden is the Vols' most likely bet to be taken in the first two days this year, and John Kelly could potentially sneak into the third round as well. That pick is the second-to-last in the fourth round. The strategy has left Los Angeles with few team needs, but depth could become an issue. Each day you will get four options at each pick, there is one rule, no trades, the FPC Colts team will have and have already put out plenty of articles with trades involved, but here it will be if the Colts stayed put.
The Vols don't have the headliners at this year's draft like they did last year.
Lions linebacker makeover: Sweeping changes have been made at linebacker through the draft and free-agent signings in Bob Quinn's two years as general manager.