Robinson was once considered a
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Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt: Another player with a first-round grade, Cunningham was a homing missile for the Commodores with 125 tackles, 16 1/2 for loss, last year to earn first-team All-American honors as a junior. He had 88 tackles, with 4 1/2 sacks and 14 TFLs in 2015. He can be a tackling machine at the next level.6. Cam Robinson.
OL, Alabama: Robinson was once considered a lock for the first round, but will have to wait until the second round. The former Crimson Tide tackle could provide some versatility on the line as either a right tackle or even inside at guard. The Louisiana native looks the part at 6-6, 322 pounds and shouldn't have to wait long to hear his name called Friday. 7.
Budda Baker, DB, Washington: Baker offers some versatility in the secondary with the ability to cover and tackle. He's explosive and quick, though undersized at 5-10, 195. He can be a free safety or a nickel corner thanks to a high-motor work ethic, instincts and excellent ball skills that all led to a team-high 71 tackles, 10 for loss, with two interceptions and six passes defensed last year. 8. Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida: Wilson left Florida following his junior season and the 6-1, 211-pound DB plays with tremendous confidence. He has prototypical size and was a second-team All-SEC selection as he and teammate Jalen.
Teez" Tabor comprised one of the best cornerback tandems in the nation. 9. Obi Melifonwu, S, Connecticut: Melifonwu has incredible length at 6-4, 219 and is an athletic, rangy safety with good speed and instincts. He has very good ball skills and can be used as a matchup piece against tight ends or tall receivers.
He’s also a solid tackler, making 118 stops to go with four interceptions last season, and created a nice buzz heading into the draft.10. Kevin King, CB, Washington: King is a long corner at 6-3, 200 pounds who can line up on an island, slide inside over the slot as a nickel corner or even play safety if a team needs him to.
He was a three-year starter at Washington and could step into a starting role at the next level.