There's lots to like about South Carolina guard A.J. Cann . . . except, from the Patriots' perspective, his lack of versatility.
The Patriots’ two-linebacker, five-DB sets means they need players who can get in the box and hit. Landon Collins may fill the bill.
Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips has an NFL skill set. Whether he has the desire to be great is another question.
Marcus Peters is everything the Patriots are looking for, physically, in a corner. But can he put his troubled past behind him?
The Patriots are looking to stock the offensive line, and Florida State's Tre' Jackson provide help at guard.
P.J. Williams, a cornerback out of Florida State who was arrested last week on a DUI charge, could be out there for the Patriots. Do they take a shot at him?
Stanford's Andrus Peat could step in for Nate Solder if the Patriots decide not to re-up the veteran tackle after next season.
Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith's downfield speed and special teams ability keep him from being dismissed as a Patriots possibility.
If Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon drops to 32nd, the Patriots might be enticed to add him to a crowded running back field.
Ronald Darby is a press corner and speed guy, which isn’t normally a Patriots type. But his skill set may prompt them to take him.