Houston Texans: B+
Will Fuller seemed like a curious choice with Laquon Treadwell on the board, but he remains a viable option to start across from DeAndre Hopkins. Houston also landed Braxton Miller on the second day, an athlete who can fill multiple roles in subsets. The best pick, though, was Nick Martin. Martin is an excellent guard who should become a rock, pairing with Jeff Allen on the interior.
Indianapolis Colts: B
General manager Ryan Grgison did something right! Grigson took center Ryan Kelly with his first-round selection, finally upgrading what has become a rancid offensive line. Grigson then landed another quality player in Antonio Morrison, an inside linebacker out of Florida. Le’Raven Clark is a good choice in the third round as well, perhaps giving Indianapolis a starting right tackle.
Jacksonville Jaguars: A+
Jacksonville got both Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack, the two best players on my board. The Jaguars are making serious moves this offseason, putting themselves into contention for the AFC South title. General manager David Caldwell also landed defensive tackle Sheldon Day in the fourth round, a player some thought would go in the second. Bravo, Jaguars.
Tennessee Titans: B
This grade would be a touch higher if not for Derrick Henry in the second round. When you are the Titans, you have bigger needs than a complement to DeMarco Murray. That said, Tennessee did well to land Jack Conklin in the first, giving it a nice tackle duo with Taylor Lewan. The Titans also took defensive end Kevin Dodd and nose tackle Austin Johnson in the second, nabbing a pair of starters.
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