Jamal Adams, S, LSU was the pick at #5. Here are Dan’s comments:
A strong argument could be made for Ohio State star Malik Hooker here, but Adams seems like a better option to put next to Kevin Byard. If the two players carry a similar grade, the better fit is Adams.
That logic makes sense. I do have to say though that I listed to the latest Move the Sticks podcast and Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks made me fall in love with Malik Hooker. They compared him to Ed Reed (who I hate but would love to have a player like him in his prime).
Quincy Wilson, CB Florida was the pick at #18:
Wilson is built like a safety but he has the foot quickness and press skills of a cornerback. With that said, though, he’s proven to be adept at zone coverage as well. That versatility could be attractive for Tennessee.
Here was Blake Tucker on Twitter earlier today:
There is no way that Tennessee takes Quincy Wilson at 18 if Corey Davis is still on the board https://t.co/ZFs2LqMisG— Blake Tucker (@_BlakeTucker) January 23, 2017
I have to agree.
What are your thoughts on this draft?