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2018 NFL Draft: scores and analyzes for each plectrum in the third round



Pete Prisco analyzes each selection from the third round of the NFL Draft 2018 and grades each team in its draft night selection. Refresh this page during the round for the latest scores

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Full coverage: 2018 Draft Tracker

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Round 3

65. Brandon Parker, OT, NC A & T

Grade: C-

Why should you negotiate this massive tackle when you attacked one in the first round? You need to fix defensive issues.


66th Lorenzo Carter, LB, Georgia

Rating: B +

This is a team that knows Pass Rushers and this kid has the speed to be a good one.


67th Chad Thomas, DE, Miami

Note: B

He could be a nice edge breaker joining a group that already has talent. Solid selection.


68th Justin Reid, S, Stanford

Rating: B

He is a solid playmaker security helping a second who needs help. He will immediately push for the season.


69th B. J. Hill, DT, NC State

Note: B

He is a former running back who squeezed to 310 lbs. That speaks for his athleticism.


70th Fred Warner, LB, BYU

Rating: B

He is a hybrid linebacker who can cover up. Fast linebackers now have a high priority and he can run.


71st Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

Class: B +

I like this selection for the Broncos. You need a back and he's a strong runner who will help Case Keenum.


72nd Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays St.

Grade: B-

This could be too low for this power player. The jets have to get stronger in the front, so it works.


73rd Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State

Rating: B +

Baker is a pure speed linebacker. He is petty but can run to football.


74th Geron Christian, OT, Louisville

Note: B +

He may eventually take over veteran Trent Williams. Williams had injuries, so it's a wise choice.


75th Derrick Nnadi, DT, State of Florida

Note: C +

You're using a run plugger to help out front. He will be a rotation player early on.


76th Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma St.

Note: A

I like the value here. He is her quarterback of the future. It is a solid addition in this area.


77th Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State

Rating: B-

He is a try-hard player who has a good score on this spot. Will help the Pass Rush


78. Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas

Note: C

He looks the part but the production was not there. He never lived up to his high school hype.


79th Rasheem Green, USC

Rating: B

He's a guy who needs to help right now and he can. He was a prolific player at USC.


80th Martinas Rankin, OT, Mississippi St.

Note: B +

They have a great need to fight and can play both sides. I think he has to be better against Speed ​​Rushers.


81st Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.

Note: A

This kid is a good-size playmaker with great ball skills. He will immediately push for a start job.


82nd Tracy Walker, S, Louisiana

Class: B

Matt Patricia likes back-end players with versatility and this kid has it. That's a good choice.


83rd Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma

Grade: A

This is a theft. Going to his father's former team is a great story. As a player, he will be a longtime starter.


84th Justin Jones, DT, NC State

Grade: B

He has the power to improve running defense for the Chargers who struggled with it last year.


85th Rashaan Golden, CB, Tennessee

Note: B-

He is a high-profile security who instantly commits to the times. He had some injuries in Tennessee.


86th Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

Note: C

They needed a close end, but he's just a pass-catcher. I should have taken Ian Thomas.


87th Arden Key, DE, LSU

Note: A

If they can keep him out of trouble, it will be a theft. He has the first round ability.


88th Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

Note: B-

He can run, but it might take a while for him to play. Again, the speed counts and he can run.


89th Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU

Grade: C

The Rams had better options for this pimple. He has athletic skills for a big man.


90th Dedrin Senate, DT, South Florida

Grade: B-

You get a baby Grady Jarrett to play alongside the real one. I like that.


91. Tre & # 39; Quan Smith, WR, Central Florida

Grade: B

I like this selection. Smith got better every year and they need help outside. Drew Brees will like this selection.


92nd Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

Note: B

They like to put projects on the line and he is. But he has the chance to be a quality starter in time.


93rd Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

Note: C-

I do not like this option. He is a solid box safety, but is he much more than that?


94th Alex Cappa, OT, Humboldt-Str.

Grade: C +

He needs to get stronger and I think he has to move in to the guard.


95th Tarvarius Moore, S, Southern Miss

Grade: B +

He is a little boy security who will be a special team star early.


96th Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford

Note: A +

This is a theft. This kid has talent of the first round. Bills that kill it.


97th Mason Cole, C, Michigan

Note: A

He played tackle but he will play the center for her and will end up being a longtime starter. Good choice.


98th Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida

Grade: B

They take a pass-solid finish who will help DeShaun Watson.


99th Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College

Note: B +

He's a long corner and they need a replacement for Aqib Talib. Can he play as many men as she does?


100th Dorian O & # 39; Daniel, LB, Clemson

B: B

O & # 39; Daniel is a little linebacker who will be a special team. Must be stronger.


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