25. Philadelphia Eagles: Byron Murphy, CB Washington
The secondary of the Philadelphia Eagles was one of the worst in the NFL last season. They made it into the second round of the playoffs despite the weaknesses in the back end of their defense. Byron Murphy is a playmaker with natural ball skills. He isn’t the biggest corner in the draft but he is very versatile which adds to his value in April.
26. Indianapolis Colts: Dre’Mont Jones, DT Ohio State
After a few down years, the return of Andrew Luck sparked a return to the playoffs for the Indianapolis Colts. General Manager, Chris Ballard has done a fantastic job of turning an offensive line that was consistently at the top of the list of needs for the team into a strength. I think they need to continue to build through the trenches, but this time around on the defensive side of the ball. They need to add defensive lineman the can impact a game and Ohio State’s Dre’Mont Jones fits the bill.