Now that the dust has settled, and the draft is all over, it is time to go through the players we drafted and provide analysis as to what picks made sense, what picks were nonsense/redundant at this time (but can always surprise), and what picks were quietly smart. 1 (12). Micah Parsons LB Penn State (via trade down with the Eagles) Arguably the best D player in the draft! Great in run stopping and pass rush. No slouch at pass coverage, but he's more of a rusher LB. And we got a free 3rd rounder. No complaints here from me. Great choice. 2 (44). Kelvin Joseph CB Kentucky Solid choice! A player I wanted. Not a lot of experience, but he's a freakish athlete. At 20, he's capable of developing into a monster. Apparent character issues, but, as long as he behaves off the field, we'll have a phenomenal pick here. 3 (75). Osa Odighizuwa DT UCLA Freakish athlete at DT. Former wrestler, so he knows how to tackle well. Excellent at pass rushing from the 3T spot. 3 (84 from PHL). Chauncey Golston DE Iowa Sneaky good pick. I know some people don't like this pick, but I love it! Great choice here. ALso no slouch to run stopping. Here's a video of him: 3 (99). Nahshon Wright DB Oregon State THis is the one potential headscratcher pick in my view. I like the player, but 3rd round is a bit of a reach for him. However, with it being this close to a 4th round, it might be a bit of a wash. With that said, I like his size and athleticism. He's got solid hands. Look what he does to the Oregon QB. Great read, great interception! Good speed for his size too. His interception against Washington is a good example of this. I love the way he attacks the ball. A bit like Richard Sherman. 4 (115). Jabril Cox LB LSU Apparent injury issue to his shoulder, but he's a solid cover LB when healthy. Great value with where we got him. We drafted two wonderful prospects. 4 (138). Josh Ball OT Marshall Character issues dropped him here. I shall not go into those issues. With that said, he's a massive olineman with great range. Reminds me a bit of Doug Free when I watch him. 5 (179). Simi Fehoko WR Stanford Smart pick and quietly good value. Tall WR with great speed for his size. Excellent in special teams. I really like this pick. 6 (192). Quinton Bohanna DT Kentucky At last!! A true 1T DT! Pity it took us this long to find one! Absolute monster in stopping the run and swallowing blocks. Don't expect many sacks from this player. That is not his forte. He can collapse the pocket in pass rush, but the most likely situation in which he sacks the QB is when the QB tries to step up in the pocket. With that said, you're not running the ball on him, and the QB is not going to want to step up with him. Nice move here! 6 (227). Israel Mukuamu DB South Carolina Fell surprisingly to this spot. Some would say that Wright should've gone here and Mukuamu should've been the 99 pick. Turns out to be a wash. Excellent selection. Sounds like he's going to play S which he's more than capable of. Excellent pick! 7 (238). Matt Farniok G Nebraska Well, he's a 7th round pick. There's that. But, he is coming from Nebraska where they do have solid LBers. I like the player. Overall, great draft! Wright was a bit of a headscratcher, but it was a wash with Mukuamu at 227. Plus, Wright is a solid CB. I like what I saw with him. The only other questionable pick was Ball, but he is a solid blocker. With how similar he is to Doug Free, I can certainly understand the pick. I'd give this draft an A- or B+ at this time from what I see.