You can bet your butt at 60 or 61,there’s gotta be some defensive tackles that are sitting there that look and smell like New England Patriots
The Patriots still have needs at OT, RB, CB and now at DT with the releases of Dominique Easley, Chris Jones, and Ishmaa’ily Kitchen
Hargrave has the first step explosion to get off the line quickly and get after the quarterback with excellent snap anticipation.
Carl Nassib from Penn State led the country in sacks with 15.5 in 2015 and also had 19.5 tackles for loss (TFL) and six forced fumbles.
Cravens can be expected to play the WILL linebacker position. He’d also be an outstanding candidate to play the “Big Nickel” position for the Patriots.
Booker would be a perfect complement to the New England offense. A big, reliable back to get the tough yards inside and provide a target in the passing game
Boyd would immediately mesh with the Patriots offense. He has the ability to run crisp routes, get immediate separation and stretch the field horizontally
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“If you like football, and you like to come in and work on football, then the New England Patriots is a great place to be,” Belichick said.
Le’Raven Clark from Texas Tech is a player that would not only fit into the Patriots system but would push for reps at right tackle immediately
Cyrus Jones from Alabama is a player that would seem to be very much a Patriots target in the draft. He’s a versatile, productive player from a prestigious, successful program that has improved each year.
Miller ran a 4.40 in the 40 as well as led all WRs in the all-important 3-Cone Drill with a superb time of 6.65. He also had the best times in the 20-yard Shuttle and the 60-yard Shuttle.
Sterling Shepard from Oklahoma is a wide receiver that can work the underside of a defense and make them pay in the short to intermediate passing game
Joe Haeg from North Dakota State is a player who would fit in well with the Patriots system. A former walk-on player, he could be targeted early on Day 2.
With the continued moves the Patriots are conducting in free agency, it makes their job a bit easier once the draft rolls around. Without as many holes to fill, they can be flexible and opt for the best player available or move up and down if they so choose.