Round 3: IDL Tommy Togiai, Ohio State
Tommy Togiai is an interesting interior lineman prospect. He doesn’t have a ton of production and is still limited development wise but he will be a good project for NFL teams. He has the desired size for a dominant defensive tackle, he’s physical, and has good upper-body strength. Togiai is constantly improving as started to develop as a solid all-around tackle prospect.
Round 4: S Andre Cisco, Syracuse
Safety Andre Cisco is a prospect not talked about enough. He concluded his three-year collegiate career with 136 total tackles and 13 interceptions. Cisco was a serious ball hawk at Syracuse and it will be intriguing to see how he translates that to the NFL level. He has good instincts and anticipation but just needs to improve his tackling skills.
Round 4: LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky
Jamin Davis still has a ton of untapped potential. He has good length and range but still lacks some critical instincts. He does well with field awareness and processing but can struggle to navigate through traffic. He’s worth taking a chance on and developing as a weak-side linebacker. The Jaguars could draft him and reunite him with former teammate, Josh Allen.