25. Jacksonville Jaguars: S Trevon Moehrig, TCU
Jacksonville addressed their quarterback situation when they took Trevor Lawrence first overall. Now, it is time to bulk up the below-average defense with some secondary assistance. Trevon Moehrig is an all-around safety. He can play single-high safety, while covering the slot position. An extra bonus is the fact that he can also defend against the run. Moehrig allows the defense to play in many formations and schemes. The TCU product is an underrated talent who is a bargain towards the back end of the first round.
26. Cleveland Browns: EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
Cleveland addressed the offensive line during last year’s draft and free agency. It is time that they build up the defense with some talent around Myles Garrett. The Browns’ defensive front was underwhelming last season, and lacked playmakers outside of Garrett. Ojulari is 6’3 and 240 pounds, but can deliver hard hits and apply pressure on the quarterback. In 2020, he had 9.5 sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss. The Georgia product will allow the Browns to compete more on the defensive side of the ball.
27. Baltimore Ravens: WR Terrance Marshall Jr., LSU
Baltimore lacks a physical presence on the outside, and it showed when the Ravens were bullied by Buffalo in the AFC divisional round. Lamar Jackson does not have the best arm talent in the world, and needs someone who he can trust in a jump-ball situation. Terrance Marshall Jr. has been overlooked because he was the third wheel behind Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson in 2019. However, he still managed 671 yards and 13 touchdowns on 46 catches. In 2020, Marshall Jr. was the clear one in LSU’s offense. He only played 7 games before opting out to focus on the draft. In those games, the 6’3, 200-pound receiver totaled 731 yards and 10 touchdowns on 48 catches. Marshall Jr. also offers impressive speed and the ability to generate yards after the catch. Baltimore needs to add some type of passing attack into their offense.