31 Bradley Roby, CB Ohio State (Aka the next Willie Middlebrooks... Yay!) I seriously considered TE Jace Amaro from Texas Tech (A Gronk, Hernandez type duo at TE was enticing)
63 Marcus Martin C USC Devonte Adams? Atkins the WR from Fresno was one of the best available players left. A center gives us more flexibility along the offensive line.
95 Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor. I'm not sold AT ALL about Ronnie Hillman as Ball's backup. If Ball has any sort of an injury we need a better option than Hillman or Anderson. So Seastrunk it is. Hillman is now free to go kick rocks or hit up a strip club or something.
131 Robert Herron WR Wyoming I'm also worried about our the depth of our weapons if Welker or Demarius Thomas go down. Herron is a smaller speedy receiver who maybe can replace Welker after this year.
171 Josh Mauro DE, Stanford Versatile D- lineman plus Stanford duh. The new Unrein perhaps. COMPARES TO: Brett Keisel, Steelers -- Don't count on Mauro for blinding speed off the edge but his size, strength and toughness could make him a dependable five-technique defensive end, like the Steelers' Keisel. Sort of a backup plan if Wolfe is never the same after his neck injury.
207 Avery Williamson ILB Kentucky. Why not... we like Kentucky LB's; Looks like a guy who could put up big tackle numbers "in the box" at the next level, but must show better speed to the flanks if his stock is to rise significantly.
246 Kirby Van Der Kamp P Iowa State. Why not It's good luck to draft a punter.
Anyways thoughts strengths and weaknesses leave em below in the comments.