SHELDRICK REDWINE

Round: Fourth (119th overall)

College: University of Miami

Position: Safety

Height: 6-0

Weight: 196

Dane Brugler's scouting report: A three-year starter at Miami (Fla.), Redwine was part of the starting cornerback rotation as a sophomore before making the transition to safety for his final two seasons in Coral Gables. He finished with his best season as a senior, leading the team with three interceptions. Redwine doesn’t play sudden, but he is smooth, tracks the football well and diagnoses well from zone. In run support, he tends to create bad angles and it can be tough to trust him in the open-field. Overall, Redwine needs to improve his reliability as a tackler, but he has NFL-worthy speed and has yet to play his best football, projecting as a special teamer who can be a key part of a safety rotation.

 

MACK WILSON

Round: Fifth (155th overall)

College: Alabama

Position: Linebacker

Height: 6-1 1/8

Weight: 248

Dane Brugler's scouting report: A one-year starter at Alabama, Wilson took over as the full-time MIKE linebacker in Nick Saban’s 3-4 scheme as a junior and produced mixed results. He was pegged early on as the next first-round linebacker in the Alabama pipeline, but his development appeared stagnant throughout the 2018 season, not taking the expected steps in his growth as a player. Wilson is a good-sized athlete with the fluid movements, field range and ball awareness to make plays against the pass and the run. However, he needs to become more refined to be a reliable playmaker. Overall, Wilson’s wild play, undisciplined approach and lack of anticipation are holding him back, but he is an impressive size/speed/strength athlete with the versatile skill-set to develop into a true three-down NFL player.

 

AUSTIN SEIBERT

Round: Fifth (170th overall)

College: Oklahoma

Position: Kicker

Height: 5-9

Weight: 213

Scouting report: Scored 499 career points, breaking the record set by ex-Browns kicker Zane Gonzalez. Made 63-of-79 field goals (79.7 percent) in his career at Oklahoma.

 

DREW FORBES

Round: Sixth (189th overall)

College: Southeast Missouri State

Position: Outside linebacker

Height: 6-4½

Weight: 308

Dane Brugler's scouting report: A three-year starter at Southeast Missouri State, Forbes earned the starting left tackle job as a sophomore and started 35 consecutive games in the Redhawks’ up-tempo, zone-read offense. Forbes pays close attention to his technique but needs to streamline his hands and compact his punch to handle NFL speed. Core power like his is imperative, dropping his hips to anchor and adjust well to moving targets. Overall, Forbes’ lack of length and punch timing could make him vulnerable vs. quick defensive tackles, but all the mental and physical ingredients are there for him to develop into a quality NFL guard.

 

DONNIE LEWIS JR.

Round: Seventh (221st overall)

College: Tulane

Position: Cornerback

Height: 6-0¼

Weight: 190

Dane Brugler's scouting report: He started 44 games for the Green Wave, tallying double-digit passes defended each of the past three years (often following the opponent’s top receiver). Lewis loves to compete in press-man, showing nimble feet to mirror-and-match and decent length to challenge receivers. A former receiver in high school, he is quick to locate and plays the ball with timing and savvy to consistently crowd the catch point. While he plays quick, he isn’t explosive and his finishing strength is a concern, often getting muscled off the top of routes. Overall, Lewis’ play strength will be an issue (in coverage and run support) at the NFL level, but his competitive demeanor and ball radar are appealing traits.