32. New England Patriots: DB Rock Ya-Sin (Temple)
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New England has a penchant for drafting defensive backs from the Northeast region of the country (See Logan Ryan, Duron Harmon, Devin McCourty, Darius Butler). Ya-Sin has steadily been rising up the boards since the conclusion of the season. The Temple product is both versatile and smart — two characteristics tailor-made for the Patriots’ culture.
31. Los Angeles Rams: DB Nasir Adderley (Delaware)
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Adderley would be a perfect replacement for the recently departed Lamarcus Joyner. Despite hailing from tiny Delaware, Adderley has been skyrocketing up draft boards. His elite athletic ability makes him a potential All-Pro at the free safety spot. With a number of explosive offenses residing in the NFC, grabbing secondary help here is a smart move.
30. Green Bay Packers: WR A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)
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Green Bay needs to continue to get Aaron Rodgers more help. Davante Adams is a star, though the rest of the receivers (J’Mon Moore, Equanimeous St. Brown, Marques Valdes-Scantling, Jake Kumerow, Geronimo Allison) are underwhelming, to say the least. Brown is a very talented player, and quite easily could walk in as the No. 2 receiver behind Adams.