#13 New Orleans Saints, OT Andrus Peat, Stanford
Peat is polished more than perhaps any other tackle in the draft. That said, he lacks a real mean streak that comes in handy for an O-lineman.
#14 Miami Dolphins, WR DeVante Parker, Louisville
DeVante Parker is only marginally less athletic than Kevin White or as complete as Amari Cooper, he should be a pretty perfect fit for the Dolphins.
#15 San Diego Chargers (from San Francisco 49ers), RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
In a deep draft for halfbacks, this doesn't make a ton of sense. The Chargers defense is still missing pieces and Shane Rey and Alvin "Bud" Dupree were still on the board.
#16 Houston Texans, CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
This is a reach. While Johnson has the athleticism and competitiveness desired in a cornerback, he is a flag magnet. Hopefully, he gets his head into the game.
#17 San Francisco 49ers, DE Arik Armstead, Oregon
An athletic giant, Armstead should be able to rise to the NFL defensive level, but his technique and a general lazy demeanor leave much to be desired.
#18 Kansas City Chiefs, CB Marcus Peters, Washington
What is it with corners and attitude? He has all the tools to succeed and even dominate, but again, with the head...
#19 Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills), C/OT Cameron Erving, Florida State
The only knock on Florida States Erving, is exactly where he fits best on the offensive line. Capable of playing all positions, he has consistantly projected best as a center. A jack of all trades that any team would want.
#20 Philadelphia Eagles, WR Nelson Agholor, USC
Agholor is a fantastic receiver, this is just a bit early for him, though he certainly would not have been then when the Eagles pick again in the second.
#21 Cincinnati Bengals, OT Cedric Ogbeuhi, Texas A&M
This pick reeks of desperation. The Bengals need offensive line help, but this is a serious reach. As they saw tackle after tackle getting picked, they panicked.
#22 Pittsburgh Steelers, OLB Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Kentucky
Dupree should have been taken long before the Steelers got on the clock. So far, the steal of the first round.
#23 Denver Broncos. OLB Shane Ray, Missouri
Another player with only a small body of work to show. The measurables are there but he is raw and will need to take to coaching quick.
#24 Arizona Cardinals, OT D.J. Humphries, Florida
Getting along late in the first round now, this is a slight reach. DJ Humphries has the goods, but he is super raw.
#25 Carolina Panthers, OLB Shaq Thompson, Washington
You have to love his versatility. Considering that he played both defense and running back, I am surprised the Rams passed him over at 10, but where does he fit in, exactly?
#26 Baltimore Ravens, WR Breshad Perriman, UCF
It doesn’t do you much good to run fast, if you can’t catch the ball
#27 Dallas Cowboys, CB Byron Jones, Connecticut
Might be more valuable for his leadership skills than his coverage abilities. A good kid and a good player, but maybe a bit overdrafted.
#28 Detroit Lions, OG Laken Tomlinson, Duke
The lions just picked up the best pure offensive guard of this draft.
#29 Indianapolis Colts, WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami
This looks like a slight panic attack, but only slightly. Dorsett could become a sterling wideout at the next level.
#30 Green Bay Packers, S Damarious Randall, Arizona State
Demarious Randall is a damned fine safety and has everything he needs to become a solid contributor in Green Bay. Given Haha Clinton-Dix though, it is a bit of a head scratcher.
#31 New Orleans, ILB Stephone Anthony, Clemson
Despite really liking this kid, he is too raw for the first round.
#32 New England Patriots, DT Malcomb Brown, Texas
The Patriots stood pat and let a pretty plum fall right into their hands.