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Norris: Best Available For Day 3

by Josh Norris
Updated On: April 25, 2020, 12:55 am ET

After each day of the draft, NFL teams re-stack their board. Let’s do the same. Below are the top remaining players available according to my final top 150. As you can see, the original ranking is listed. I apologize if I forgot to remove a player who was already picked! Just tweet me.

1. (Original: 52) LB Akeem Davis-Gaither, App State - Versatile linebacker with positive snaps as a pass rusher and as a run defender. Shockingly strong hands to be offensive line blocks. Spent 254 snaps in the slot, 315 on the defensive line and 308 in the box.
2. (Original: 61) T Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas - Left tackle with an athletic profile in the 75th percentile. Has the feet to hold up on an island, could turn into a nice developmental tackle on Day 3. Swing tackle early in his career.

3. (Original: 66) CB Reggie Robinson, Tulsa - 92nd percentile athlete, so he definitely has the necessary footspeed to hold up on an island. Then he shows the hips and ball skills to make plays on the ball at the catch point.

4. (Original: 67) DB Amik Robertson, Louisiana Tech - Only 5-foot-8, but Robertson produced 14 interceptions in three seasons. Easy mover with quicks. Played just 31 slot snaps last year, but might make the full time move in the NFL.

5. (Original: 70) iOL Netane Muti, Fresno State - An absolute bully on the field. Destroy many defensive linemen in the running game and in pass protection. Unfortunate injury past likely a reason why he’s available on Day 3.

6. (Original: 78) EDGE Curtis Weaver, Boise State - Mike Renner of PFF is a massive fan of Weaver’s listing him as a top 30 prospect. Early in the season you see more movement, bend and pass rush juice. A late-season injury crippled his explosion.

7. (Original: 80) OL Cameron Clark, UNC Charlotte - A left tackle in college who could move inside in the NFL. Clark shows great hand placement and is active to get into a positional advantage to win his assignment. Allowed just five pressures last season, and logged nearly 3,000 snaps during his collegiate career.

8. (Original: 85) DB L'Jarius Sneed, Louisiana Tech - One of the top athletes at safety in this entire class (98th percentile) with 31.5-inch arms. With those measurements, it wouldn’t be a shock to see Sneed shift back to corner in the NFL. Last season he moved between both safety spots as well as the slot.

9. (Original: 86) DB Troy Pride, Notre Dame - Corner with 4.40 speed, which contributed to just four receptions of 20-plus yards allowed in two seasons. Played as an outside corner for the Irish.

10. (Original: 88) CB Josiah Scott, Michigan State - Smaller corner under 5-foot-10 with just 29.5-inch arms. Scott was asked to play outside corner for the Spartans and held up well considering those measurables. Expect to see his quick feet in the slot in the NFL.

92. T Saahdiq Charles, LSU135. WR KJ Hill, Ohio State
93. OL Ben Bartch, St. Johns136. iDL Bravvion Roy, Baylor
95. EDGE Trevis Gipson, Tulsa137. CB Rashad Robinson, JMU
97. T Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn138. iOL Kevin Dotson, ULL
98. CB John Reid, Penn State139. T Justin Herron, Wake Forest
100. QB Jacob Eason, Washington140. WR Tyler Johnson, Minnesota
101. WR Darnell Mooney, Tulane142. EDGE Alton Robinson, Syracuse
104. WR John Hightower, Boise State143. CB Grayland Arnold, Baylor
106. iDL Leki Fotu, Utah144. CB Thakarius Keyes, Tulane
107. S K'Von Wallace, Clemson145. iOL Ben Bredeson, Michigan
110. CB Bryce Hall, Virginia146. WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan
113. EDGE Derrek Tuszka, North Dakota State147. RB Jason Huntley, New Mexico State
114. S Geno Stone, Iowa148. EDGE Kendall Coleman, Syracuse
115. S Antoine Brooks, Maryland149. iOL Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin
117. C Nick Harris, Washington150. QB Anthony Gordon, Washington St
118. CB Darnay Holmes, UCLA151. EDGE Bradlee Anae, Utah
120. WR Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty152. iDL James Lynch, Baylor
121. iOL Jon Molchon, Boise State153. iDL Jason Strowbridge, UNC
123. TE Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri155. CB Essang Bassey, Wake Forest
124. QB Jake Fromm, Georgia156. WR Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State
125. LB Dante Olson, Wyoming157. RB Anthony McFarland, Maryland
126. TE Harrison Bryant, FAU158. T Colton McKivitz, WVU
127. iDL Malcolm Roach, Texas159. RB JJ Taylor, Arizona
130. CB Kindle Vildor, GaSouthern160. CB Levonta Taylor, FSU
131. DB Khaleke Hudson, Michigan161. G John Simpson, Clemson
132. S Chris Miller, Baylor162. CB Stantley Thomas-Oliver, FIU
133. CB Harrison Hand, Temple163. WR Tyrie Cleveland, Florida
134. CB Daniel Thomas, Auburn164. WR Aleva Hifo, BYU
Josh Norris

Josh Norris is an NFL Draft Analyst for NBC Sports Edge and contributed to the Rams scouting department during training camp of 2010 and the 2011 NFL Draft. He can be found on Twitter .