30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State
The unceremonious end of Antonio Brown in Tampa Bay came shortly after the season-ending injury to Chris Godwin, effectively depleting the Buccaneers’ wide receiver room.
With Brown completely out of the picture and Godwin hitting free agency, the Bucs are going to need some reinfocements.
Jahan Dotson can give them some more big-play ability and speed at the wide receiver position, as well as a sure-handed threat who can work out of the slot. I think the Bucs will bring Godwin back, but Dotson is too talented to pass up on and the Bucs are in a window with Tom Brady.
31. Tennessee Titans: Logan Hall, DL, Houston
The Titans have been looking for help off the edge, and perhaps Logan Hall could be the one to provide it.
At 6-foot-6, 260 pounds, Hall had 13 tackles for loss and six sacks this past year in a breakout season at Houston.
He can play all over a defensive line and has the traits to jump into the first-round conversation.
32. Green Bay Packers: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State
The Packers get themselves an in-line tight end and one of my favorite prospects in the entire class.
The question is, will Aaron Rodgers still be around?
Trey McBride is an outstanding and punishing blocker at the tight end position and not only is he an excellent receiver, but he’s a natural in the open field with the ball in his hands. He knows when to be physical after the catch and when to be elusive.
This past season, he had 90 receptions, over 1,100 yards receiving, and he is going to be everyone’s favorite TE prospect after the Senior Bowl.