Round 7 (231st overall)
Brendan Langley- 6′ 199 pounds- cornerback- Lamar
Langley is an extremely raw former wide receiver with impressive ball skills.
He loves playing press coverage, but is extremely limited in his knowledge of coverages.
Langley had six interceptions and scored two punt return touchdowns in his final college season.
He has all of the size, speed, and physical tools to be a quality special teamer that can develop into a solid starting boundary corner if he is drafted by a coach that is willing to teach him the fundamentals to succeed in the NFL.
Round 7 (249th overall)
Blair Brown- 6′ 240 pounds- linebacker- Ohio
Brown is an instinctive, playmaking middle linebacker that will make an impact on special teams.
He isn’t a sexy prospect that will run fast, lift a lot, and jump high- but he is a linebacker that simply finds himself at the bottom of the pile.
Brown plays the game with physicality and has solid quickness and his closing burst to the ball makes him a solid backup middle and weak side linebacker.
He is very similar in build and instincts to what the Cowboys have in Anthony Hitchens and Brown could help make Hitchens expendable when his rookie contract expires.