25. Tennessee Titans: Isaiah Wynn, Georgia, OG
They added every former New England Patriots player they could. Why stop with NFL runners-up though? Here the Titans add Isaiah Wynn who was a part of the Georgia Bulldogs run that almost ended in a title.
26. Atlanta Falcons: Da’Ron Payne, Alabama, DT
They added a guard in free agency, which frees the Atlanta Falcons up to fill a different hole. This time they replace Dontari Poe — who joined Carolina — with Alabama defensive tackle Da’Ron Payne. He’s a giant defender, but can also win with quickness. Dangerous player.
27. New Orleans Saints: Sam Hubbard, Ohio State, EDGE
Sam Hubbard got lost in a talented Ohio State defensive line at times. Make no mistake though, this guy is good and makes the Saints much better on defense.
28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan, OT
The Pittsburgh Steelers add a big offensive tackle here as they try to get the most out of whatever time Big Ben has left.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Mark Andrews, Oklahoma, TE
They released a bunch of guys and suddenly have a lot of holes on offense because of it. To fill one of those holes, the Jaguars add Oklahoma’s Mark Andrews. Like Gesicki earlier, he’s a great talent that catches just about everything. As for his blocking? Well, he catches just about everything.
30. Minnesota Vikings: Connor Williams, Texas, OT
Connor Williams was better in 2016 than 2017 which causes some concern. Even so, the Minnesota Vikings take a flier on him as a potential starting tackle.
31. New England Patriots: Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh, OT
The New England Patriots lost Nate Solder in free agency. Here they try and replace him with Brian O’Neil out of Pitt. He may need some work, but this is the team to go to in hopes of finding your true potential.
32. Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Reid, Stanford, S
The Eagles are the defending champs and have minimal roster holes because of it. They go with Justin Reid out of Stanford as a depth player here, but he has the upside to be a starter soon in the NFL.