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NFL Draft: Who's Left?

A quick look of who's left and who may be available come the 160th pick.....

Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports

As I sit here we are sitting on pick 139 so some of these may be gone by the time I even post this:

Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee-  Third round grade on  Backup or compete to push for playing time maybe.  Good value pick, and underachiever (which is why he is probably not picked yet, but maybe using a fifth on him will motivate him)

Seantrel Henderson OT Miami- Again third round grade, has huge long arms you like in an OT but not great weight room strength.  Sturdy base and great punch for pass pro.  Lets too many defenders cross his face and get inside of him for a quick path to the QB.

Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State - Instinctive with good eyes, anticipation and awareness. Very athletic. Tied for the quickest short shuttle among cornerbacks at the combine (4.00 seconds) and was one of the top performers in the bench press (20 reps) and three-cone drill (6.72 seconds). Transitions easily with loose hips and clean footwork. Quick, agile and light on his feet. Aggressive in run support. Solid tackler. Lacks ideal strength and is short with only average recovery speed.

Daniel McCullers DT Tennessee- Rare size with vines for arms, an enormous wingspan and exceptional mass to occupy space and hold up multiple blockers -- has clear two-gap potential. Looks every bit the part with a relatively lean build for a 350-pounder -- carries his weight well with some muscle definition and good overall body thickness, but does not hold his ground as well as a man his size should. Gets turned out of the hole and sealed