I'm trying my best to understand what Ireland is going to do, but I continue to fail. I'm honestly contemplating on trading up, not for one of the OTs, but because that's where the most for-sure talent is. I'll stick what we have for now.
1. Jarvis Jones DE/OLB- There is always an emphasis for BPA/need. Jones is still the best defensive player in this draft despite the injury and it shows; 155 tackles, 44 TFLs, and 28 sacks since 2011 playing in the SEC. We also have the same birthday The only problems would be where he would fit in Coyle's scheme and Buffalo/NY/Arizona picking him before us.
2a. Jonathan Cyprien S- Ireland continues to build a local talent connection and drafts a FS to play opposite of Jones.
2b. Kyle Long OT/OG- Find another Long without having to spend a 1st. Versatile tackle but will most likely play LG while Incognito moves to RG.
3a. Travis Kelce TE- I'm not giving up on Egnew yet but I do want insurance just in case he doesn't pan out. Kelce is my #2 TE and is the best blocking TE in the draft.
3b. Leon McFadden CB- If you know me you'll know that McFadden is almost always on one of my mocks. Technically sound CB that may not be the fastest but can play with the best of em'. Sandcastle without the fro and the 4.2.