CBSSports.com released a full, seven-round NFL mock draft this week to project what all 32 teams will do with every single one of their picks. According to the site, three Maryland Terrapins will be among those taken. Here they are:
New England Patriots -- Round 2, No. 60 overall: Sean Davis, defensive back
Davis' versatility is what will most drive his stock upward. With good size to play safety (and three years of college experience under his belt at that position), he could be plug-and-play there.
His upside is at cornerback, where he had his struggles after being shifted to that spot out of necessity as a senior, but still holds potential.
According to a report from NFL Network, Davis worked out for and watched film with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick earlier this month.
Baltimore Ravens -- Round 4, No. 130 overall: Yannick Ngakoue, DE/OLB
Former NFL GM Charley Casserly put Ngakoue through the grind of a real-life evaluation, which CSN made into a 30-minute special that will air Tuesday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Since, Ngakoue has gone through plenty of those during his visits with teams and CBS now has the Maryland single-season sack record holder going in the fourth round.
This draft is deep with pass rushers, which is why Ngakoue is likely picked in this range, but Baltimore could get a really solid player here. With ability to play in either the 3-4 or the 4-3 will be intriguing. His record-breaking season came with his hand in the dirt in the 4-3, but that doesn't mean he can't play in both schemes.
Indianapolis Colts -- Round 7, No. 239 overall: Quinton Jefferson, DL
Former Terrapin Darius Kilgo was taken in the sixth round of the 2016 draft and won a Super Bowl with the Broncos as a rookie. You'll remember other former Maryland defensive linemen who have gone on to be productive in the league after coming in under-the-radar -- like A.J. Francis and Joe Vellano.
Jefferson will look to be the next in line. He is quick for his size and is a mature, older player who could add value at this point in the draft.