I figured we needed all the picks in one place to discuss, complain about, etc. I could only embed 5 vids max so I split it into two posts. I also gave my personal mini-review on each. R1.11 (11): Minkah Fitzpatrick, S, Alabama Minkah Fitzpatrick (S/CB/LB)- Three weeks ago, almost every scout in the NFL would have told you that this was the best overall defender in the draft. He plays ultra-fast, sees the field really well and makes big plays in the run and the pass. He can also play almost anywhere on the field since he has an awesome football IQ and a tremendous drive.....this is a team-changing pick that instantly makes us a more complete unit. Fitzpatrick should be a future Hall of Famer and it was the safest pick of the entire draft in my opinion- regardless if we were drafting #1 overall or #32. FANTASTIC PICK! R2.10 (42): Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State Mike Gesicki (TE/WR)- Gesicki is a big, athletic guy that runs like a WR and can go up to high-point passes at any level. He's always a deep threat since there's usually a LB or safety covering him, which creates a big mismatch for either him or one of our WR's. Some folks won't like this pick because he's not a good blocker, but this is the TE we've been craving for many seasons now. Another FANTASTIC PICK at a position of need! R3.9 (73): Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State Jerome Baker (LB)- Baker wasn't on a lot of people's radar because he was believed to possibly be too short for an NFL linebacker (I believe he's right at 6 feet). That could be the only thing that kept him out of the 1st round though because he's a pretty complete package. He does have elite speed & strength and known for his disruptive play from sideline to sideline; this kid has a chance of being a year one starter and will definitely see plenty of downs this upcoming season. He's not quite the homerun pick like our first two but I see a lot of value here since it makes our defense faster and smarter. R4.23 (123): Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame Durham Smythe (TE)- If you watch this kid's game film, he loves to hit people and most analysts call him a lineman with hands- his father was an NFL lineman so he has the technique down pat. There's not a lot of film on him either but he caught great at the combine and showed solid athleticism. He's a lot slower than Gesicki but I like every other part of his game- beef him up a little and he's Fasano's eventual replacement. Very good value pick that may/may not see the field in 2018. R4.31 (131): Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State Kalen Ballage (RB)- The scouts have mixed reviews on this kid- he's a hard-nosed runner with excellent speed but lacks Drake's vision and cutting ability. At the same time though, he will put his head down and run your *** over, so he's certainly a solid short down back that has a chance to break one loose. I don't think he's an ideal pick at RB but he should be a solid contributor in the league.