7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida
The Jacksonville Jaguars now have a Super Bowl MVP at quarterback in Nick Foles. The front office likes Foles because of his leadership and ability to rally a team despite not being the most gifted player at the position. That being said he is the type of player that needs pieces around him to succeed and isn’t going to carry an offense. They need to add a playmaker but number seven might be a little early for that which makes the top offensive lineman on the board the choice here.
8. Detroit Lions: Montez Sweat, EDGE Mississippi State
The Detroit Lions have had a busy offseason shoring up a lot of holes during free agency and giving themselves plenty of flexibility. Edge rusher isn’t nearly the need it was after the team spent big money signing Trey Flowers to a five year, ninety million dollar contract, but the chance to pair Flowers, with workout warrior Montez Sweat is one that could be hard to pass up. Sweat has risen dramatically through the offseason process and has a good shot at landing in the top ten and Detroit could be the ideal spot.