Trufant comes from a family that has produced multiple NFL players, and he’s got a physical element to his game that The Hoodie will love to have on his team.
30) CLEVELAND BROWNS select Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
Cleveland will willingly ride the Brandon Weeden experience for one more (bad) year. The extra first round pick they got from Atlanta in the 2014 draft plus the premium pick they’ll get due to their poor record in 2013 will give the team the ammo it needs to be a player in the Johnny Manziel Sweepstakes.
Cleveland would be giddy to see Chance Warmack fall to this spot. Some scouts think he's the safest pick in the draft.
31) SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS select Robert Woods, WR, USC
The player the Niners thought they were getting last year when they picked A.J. Jenkins.
Woods is one of my personal favorites in the draft. I compare him to Reggie Wayne, Torry Holt, and Isaac Bruce. Never will he be the biggest, fastest, or strongest wide receiver on the field, but Woods is as smooth as they come. No one understands how to create separation through route mechanics in this draft better than Robert Woods.
This guy will have a very long and successful NFL career.
32) BALTIMORE RAVENS select Matt Elam, S, Florida
The successor to Ed Reed at the safety spot, Elam is an undersized safety who hits hard and makes plays. Even better, he raised the level of his play against the best competition. He’s definitely an Ozzie Newsome type of player.
That’s the 1st round for all 32 NFL teams. I will not do that for every team but I will round out the draft for the Rams and the Chiefs. Let’s start with KC:
2nd Round (54) – Kyle Long, G/T, Oregon
With Branden Albert off the roster, the Chiefs need a right tackle to compete with Donald Stephenson for the starting job. The younger brother of Rams DE Chris Long, and the son of Howie Long, Kyle Long is the guy that the Chiefs brass was eyeing when they made their trip to Eugene for the Oregon Pro Day.
3rd Round (63) – Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
Eric Berry needs some help on the back end of the secondary. Rambo is a ball-hawk who picked off 16 passes in his career with the Bulldogs.
3rd Round (96) – Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
Kansas City desperately needs someone more consistent on the other side of Dwayne Bowe. Swope played four years in College Station and caught 233 balls his final three seasons, is tough as nails, and has great hands. He also ran a sizzling 4.34 forty at the combine.
4th Round (99) – William Gholston, DE, Michigan State
Glenn Dorsey didn’t work. Tyson Jackson isn’t working. The Chiefs need to find better luck drafting 5-technique defensive ends.
5th Round (134) – Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama
Some help for Derrick Johnson on the inside of Kansas City’s 4-LB alignment.
6th Round (170) – Michael Hill, RB, Missouri Western State
Dude ran for 2,168 yards at 7.0 yards per pop last year right in the Chiefs backyard. Why not?
6th Round (204) – T.J. Barnes, NT, Georgia Tech
New regime didn’t reach for Dontari Poe. They have no ties to him. T.J. Barnes is 6-foot-6 and weighs 360 pounds. Seriously.