41. Dalton Risner, OG, Denver Broncos
Dalton Risner is a Colorado native who has fulfilled a lifelong dream of playing professional football for the Denver Broncos, and now it feels like it’s time for everyone to move on. Risner will undoubtedly be valued in free agency as a four-year starter for the Broncos who could probably play any of the three interior positions.
He’s been primarily a left guard the last four years after starring some at right tackle late in his Kansas State career. A team like the Chicago Bears with needs all over the offensive line makes a lot of sense to load up Risner’s bank account.
Prediction: Signs with Chicago Bears
42. Marcus Peters, CB, Baltimore Ravens
The New York Giants unfortunately saw how much a veteran cornerback can help a defense take a leap forward in the 2022 season when they let James Bradberry walk in free agency. Bradberry obviously did very well for himself as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles and the Giants have to be kicking themselves for not sticking it out with that investment.
The veteran Marcus Peters is still just 30 years old, and up until this past season, he’s been good for at least four interceptions per year. The Giants’ defense took a step forward in 2022 and adding a playmaker on the back end like Marcus Peters could help them even more in 2023.
Prediction: Signs with New York Giants