1.10: Devin Singletary, RB, FAU: Was really hoping I could land Swift or Love, but knew they were long shots to make it to me. Was bummed when Love went right before my pick. Singletary is a work horse in Kiffin's offense and highly productive. I've seen at least one website that predicts he'll be a first-round talent. RB is a position I wanted to address this offseason, so that was the direction I was going regardless.
3.08: Hayden Hurst, TE, Ravens: I have Gronk and Charles Clay, but neither have much of a shelf life left. Hurst reminds me a bit of Gronk the way he plays. Age is a concern (he's 25), but I'm trusting Ozzie Newsome's evaluation here, and Flacco tends to target the TE more than most. Hopefully I didn't take the wrong rookie Baltimore TE..
3.10: Devyn Ford, RB, Penn State: He's a top prospect, right up there with Trey Sanders. I like that he's going to a program that can produce NFL RBs, and while Miles Sanders figures to carry the load this season, I think Ford will get his share too.
4.06: Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State: I'm not overly in love with his size, but I can't deny his production. Sports Illustrated recently said Hill is a dark horse for the Heisman, and while he probably won't win it, maybe being in the running will get him enough attention to get selected in the NFL.