Former Miami Hurricane lands in Cleveland after a great season
26th overall, Cleveland Browns
In his first season with the Miami Hurricanes Phillips showed why he was the 2016 number one overall player in the country during the high school recruiting period. As a pass rusher he has a special blend of power and speed and pairing with elite EDGE rusher Myles Garrett could be a major boost for the Browns. The team will also need to replace Oliver Vernon, so why not change one former Hurricane with another.
27th overall, Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens could take a wideout here, but replacing Marshall Yanda should also take priority. Ben Powers and Bradley Bozeman didn’t do a bad job of it last year, but an elite guard could be great for the Ravens. It is also promising that this years wideout class is deep once again.
28th overall, New Orleans Saints
Obviously the biggest question mark for the Saints heading into the offesason will be at the quarterback position. But adding an impact defender would’ve helped them during these playoffs. Bolton would slide right next to Demario Davis and play a key role in Dennis Allen’s system.
29th overall, Green Bay Packers
As a whole, the team failed in the NFC championship. They’ll need to replace Kevin King, but giving Aaron Rodgers another weapon and Devante Adams a sidekick is important.
Moore has the ability to play every wideout spot on the offense, and his blazing speed makes him perfect for the west coast offense.