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With Draft day closing in, time to update my Patriot Draft. I see Bill Belichick trading out of the first round, to get added value in this draft.

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Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (17th) OG Laken Tomlinson Duke rSr 6'2 3/4" 320 lbs. 5.29

Analysis: Coach Belichick trades the 1st pick to Kanas City for thier 2nd,(#49) and 3d (#80)
With K.C.'s pick the Patriots draft Tomlinson, who steps in day one a ROG.

Laken Tomlinson vs Miami 2014
Laken Tomlinson Interview 7/21/2014
Laken Tomlinson Interview 7/20/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (32nd) UT Michael Bennett Ohio St. Sr 6'2 1/8" 288 lbs. 4.96

Analysis: The Patriots are moving away from the "Wilfork" type DT and moving toward quicker inside prospects with good size. Bennett is an Easley type DT showing quick feet and strong hand use.

Michael Bennett vs Maryland 2014
Michael Bennett Interview 9/30/2013
Michael Bennett vs Penn St. 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd OT Corey Robinson South Carolina rSr 6'6 5/8" 341 lbs. 5.36

Analysis: This is the Patriots Compensetory pick #97 at the end of the 3d round. Robinson is a solid prospect with size to help at OT with Vollmer getting older and Solder's contract a question in 2016.

Corey Robinson vs Texas A&M 2014
Corey Robinson vs Missouri 2014
Corey Robinson vs Arkansas 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (17th) WR Kenny Bell Nebraska rSr 6'0 5/8" 185 lbs. 4.55

Analysis: The second K.C. pick in the 1st pick trade. A great prospect who will need time to learn the Patriots system. VERY intelligent player good speed/hands/ blocking abilities.

Kenny Bell Interview 7/28/2014
Kenny Bell Interview 12/28/2014
Kenny Bell Crushing Block

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (32nd) 34OLB Davis Tull Tennessee-Chattanooga rSr 6'2 1/4" 242 lbs. 4.59

Analysis: Great prospect who played DE in College. I see his future at OLB very bright, solid speical teams guy.

Davis Tull Sophomore Highlights
Davis Tull Interview 3/13/2014
Davis Tull 2009 High School Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (2nd) FS Adrian Amos Penn St. Sr 6'0 1/4" 215 lbs. 4.59

Analysis: Great prospect with a high upside, a steal here in the draft, and future Chung replacement in 2016.

Adrian Amos Game Highlights vs Kent St. 2013
Adrian Amos Interview 4/15/2013
Adrian Amos Game Highlights vs Ohio St. 2012

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (32nd) NT Xavier Williams Northern Iowa rSr 6'3 1/4" 309 lbs. 5.18

Analysis: Small school prospect, with good quickness, adding more youth to the Dline.

Xavier Williams sack vs Drake 2013
Xavier Williams sack vs SDSDSU 2014
Xavier Williams Tribute 9/15/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (2nd) CB Julian Wilson Oklahoma rSr 6'1 5/8" 201 lbs. 4.54

Analysis: A CB that needs work, but solid value here in the draft.

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th HB Karlos Williams Florida St. Sr 6'1 1/8" 219 lbs. 4.42

Analysis: Some red flags, but a prospect with size and speed. Is a better player at S than RB, and should see kick return duty as well. His Tape as a S for Florida State in 2013, was very good.

Karlos Williams vs Georgia Tech 2012
Karlos Williams vs 6 Opponents 2013
Karlos Williams vs North Carolina St. 2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (2nd) OT Brey Cook Arkansas Sr 6'6 1/4" 328 lbs. 5.29

Analysis: A very under rated prospect, who will add depth at Oline.

Brey Cook Interview 3/15/2012
Brey Cook Calls the Hogs
Brey Cook Interview 11/23/2014

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