I doubt that most of you have heard of it yet, but you will not be disappointed. Here is mine to get the ball rolling.
Rd 1 Pk 26 - Sidney Jones (CB) Washington
Rd 2 Pk 58 - Antonio Garcia (OT) Troy
Rd 3 Pk 90 - Nazair Jones (DT) North Carolina
Rd 3 Pk 105 - Alex Anzalone (OLB) Miami
Rd 5 Pk 171 - Channing Stribling (CB) Michigan
Rd 5 Pk 185 - Karter Schult (DE) Northern Iowa
Rd 6 Pk 212 - Ethan Cooper (G) Indiana (PA)
Rd 7 Pk 230 - Lorenzo Jerome (FS) St. Francis (PA)
Rd 7 Pk 248 - I'Tavius Mathers (RB) Middle Tennessee
Brief synopsis: All 3 of the top off tackles were gone, so it was a no brainer to go CB and I like Jones a lot. Garcia has tremendous potential, extremely athletic long tackle. If it weren't for the small school comp - I'm sure he'd be talked about and projected higher. He's a true LT although there could be some growing pains. Naizair Jones can play all along the DL front, probably best suited as DT 3T here. Again, very good upside ant athletic. Anzalone is projected to be a ILB on draftwired with OLB Sam as his alt. position. He's a sideline to sideline guy and makes a lot of tackles, we need an upgrade at OLB for sure. Stribling is a tall, skinny corner but has good coverage skills. Here's what Draftwired says about Schult.
2016 MISSOURI VALLEY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2016 stats: (TFL: 24) (Sacks: 17)
Off the charts intangibles, super work ethic and fundamentals. Won't test great but just produces. Best pro position will most likely be at base LE in a 4/3. I can see him as the 3rd DE in a rotation eventually being able to play the left or right DE.