29. Miami Dolphins (via San Francisco 49ers): Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M
Kenyon Green didn’t have a bad workout at the combine but he also didn’t blow anyone away. He didn’t show off the explosion or athleticism that he needed to in order to prove he can play tackle at the next level, which means he’s likely a guard. Still, he could be the best guard in this class and the Miami Dolphins bring him in since their guards have been an issue in recent years.
The question will be whether or not Austin Jackson can kick back out to tackle and be successful. If he can, this line could be much better. If not, they will need to add even more pieces beyond this.
30. Kansas City Chiefs: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
The Kansas City Chiefs have been making moves to save some cap space as they have said goodbye to some of their veteran leaders. One such player is Anthony Hitchens, who was let go early in the offseason.
With the 30th pick, they replace Hitchens with a younger and more explosive player in Devinb Lloyd. This isn’t the deepest class for linebackers but Lloyd and Nakobe Dean both feel like surefire picks who can help on all three downs.