25. Buffalo Bills: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
The Buffalo Bills season ended in overtime in one of the most explosive games we have seen in years. There was, of course, some frustration following the loss as fans felt they were robbed of seeing Josh Allen in overtime against the Chiefs but the NFL still seems reluctant to look at that rule.
This means the Bills instead need to try and find a way to slow down a high-powered attack such as the one they faced when playing Kansas City, which leads to the selection of Andrew Booth, Jr. from Clemson.
Booth is listed at 6-foot-0 and 195-pounds and had five picks over the past two seasons. He has enough talent to be the No. 1 corner but with Tre’Davious White hopefully back to health, he would be the No. 2 guy which would make this secondary pretty scary.
26. Tennessee Titans: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa
The Tennessee Titans are a run-first team and while we can debate whether or not this will ever lead to a title, we cannot debate that’s what they will continue to be — especially with Derrick Henry on their roster. That style of play is why Tyler Linderbaum makes a lot of sense for them at No. 26.
Linderbaum is a mauler in the run game and is one of the more intelligent linemen in this class. He will be a day one starter and has the ability to improve the entire line thanks to his IQ and ability to make line adjustments.