NFL Draft 2015: Round 3, Picks 17-35


   Pick (Rnd)

17 (3)

Buffalo

John Miller, G, Louisville

Can compete for a starting job in Buffalo's wafer-thin offensive line.

18 (3)

New York Jets

Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville

Two straight Cardinals; this guy has the right size but needs to work on reading the QB. Slight reach here but fills a need for the Jets.

19 (3)

San Diego

Craig Mager, CB, Texas St

Very raw but has plenty of physicality. Should be a spot player and special teams contributor.

20 (3)

Philadelphia

Jordan Hicks, LB, Texas

A big leader who will file behind Kiko Alonso this season for depth. Injury is a concern for Hicks.

21 (3)

Cincinnati

Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers

Only the 3rd TE taken, has good blocking skills and is a better pass catcher than his stats show.

22 (3)

Arizona

David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa

His pass game, blocking, and speed can make him the next Le'Veon Bell. Should be a great compliment to Andre Ellington.

23 (3)

Pittsburgh

Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

Elite speed and size, great for yards after catch, but the catching is the hard part.

24 (3)

Minnesota

Danielle Hunter, DE, LSU

Tremendous size and speed, all the skills are there but he may have trouble adapting to the NFL game.

25 (3)

St. Louis

Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon St

Great at reads but has to decide more quickly to remove mistakes.

26 (3)

Baltimore

Carl Davis, DT, Iowa

Fantastic value for Ozzie Newsome here, great physicality just needs the experience.

27 (3)

Dallas

Chaz Green, T, Florida

Green at right tackle is a great piece for Dallas's young and stellar offensive line.

28 (3)

Denver

Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio St

Can beat CBs in the slot, supreme athleticism who has to work on his hands.

29 (3)

Indianapolis

Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford

Huge pass rusher with great strength. Can start right away in the Colts' ever-evolving defense.

30 (3)

Green Bay

Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford

Can start with returns, but on the outside looking in after a rough 2014 season.

31 (3)

Washington

Matt Jones, RB, Florida

Big dude with lots of upside. Can run down your throat but has to get better at finding holes.

32 (3)

Cleveland

Xavier Cooper, DT, Washington St

Fantastic vision and upside to cement a better DT slot as Cooper follows Danny Shelton from Round 1 to Cleveland.

33* (3)

New England

Geno Grissom, DE, Oklahoma

Versatile pass rusher who can play anywhere in the front seven.

34* (3)

Kansas City

Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon St

Small corner but fiery player who will help in Kansas City.

35* (3)

Cincinnati

Paul Dawson, LB, TCU

Solid size and athleticism, he is one of the most natural linebackers in this draft. Fell from attitude concerns.

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