24. Dallas Cowboys: Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M
Free agent guard Connor Williams is slated for free agency, and it seems likely that he won’t be back.
When the Cowboys got Williams, it seemed like they had gotten themselves a steal out of their own backyard.
Here, they get themselves a similar kind of steal, once again right out of their own backyard.
Kenyon Green played and excelled at both the tackle and the guard position. He could play anywhere the Cowboys want but his projection to this particular team is at the left guard position
25. Cincinnati Bengals: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
This might be a bit of a projection, but the Cincinnati Bengals have a chance to get themselves a really athletic offensive tackle here, and I don’t think they should pass up on it.
Bernhard Raimann has been gaining a lot of steam as the year has gone along, but not necessarily first-round hype. He’s been right on the cusp.
We’ll see if the offseason circuit changes any of that.
A converted tight end, Raimann is raw but has been dominant for Central Michigan with his physical prowess.