3. Indianapolis Colts: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State
Nick Bosa went down with an injury in Ohio State’s early-season win over TCU. Bosa underwent surgery on September 20th according to Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer during a weekly radio show. A video was posted on social media one week after the surgery of Bosa doing a ladder drill during rehab showing that he is well on his way to a full recovery. If Bosa doesn’t play much this season it could scare some teams off, but when healthy Bosa’s talent is undeniable and should make him a very high pick.
4. Houston Texans: Greg Little, OT Mississippi
The Houston Texans have a lot of talent but have not been a very good football team. Part of the problem has been a weak defensive secondary. Another issue has been protecting Deshaun Watson. The Texans allowed 7 sacks last week to the Colts, a team that isn’t known for a strong pass rush. Houston can remedy this by selecting Ole Miss tackle Greg Little. Little is another potential franchise tackle and a guy that can protect Watson for years.