By Dwayne Haskins
The 4th overall pick in the NFL Draft for the Oakland Raiders was probably the safest pick in the Draft. He immediately brings value to the lack luster group and becomes Derek Carr's new number one receiver. With Cooper and Crabtree as a duo that gives the Raiders a chance in the AFC West against some good teams like the Broncos and the Chargers.
2. Laken Tomlinson
The 28th overall pick in the NFL Draft for the Detroit Lions was also a great value and a safe pick as the Lions needed help in the interior OL. Tomlinson brings a balanced game to the Lions OL and will start at Left Guard Day 1 across from Larry Warford. The Lions needed this pick to be able to compete in the NFC North. Look for a little more ground and pound from the Lions
3. Jameis Winston
The 1st overall pick in the NFL Draft for the Tampa Bay Bucs was Winston. It was expected anyways due to the huge need at QB. Winston brings good value and a pro-ready mentality as a rookie Quarterback that played in a Pro-Style system at Florida State. Of course there will be a learning curve for Winston, but the Bucs got their franchise guy with a couple good receivers to throw to.
4. Vic Beasly
The 8th overall pick in the NFL Draft for the Atlanta Falcons added a great pass rusher in VIc Beasly that gives them a young talent they haven't had in awhile. A safe pick out of Clemson Beasly will step in immediately and give value to a horrific defense.. His great first step quickness and strength will benefit him in a weak Offensive line division in the NFC South.
5. Kevin White
The 7th overall pick in the NFL Draft for the Chicago Bears replaced Brandon Marshall with this selection. A great talent out of WVU, White brings speed to an already talent receiving core. A great complement to a solid receiver in Alshon Jeffery who is also can stretch the field in his own right will have a great running mate in White. Look for White to blow the top of the defense and win in 1 on 1 battles as well as take screens and quick game routes to the HOUSE>