13. Bradlee Anae EDGE, Utah
Much like Lynch, Anae is an incredibly productive player who is falling because he isn’t really a perfect fit anywhere in the NFL.
His frame and production in college tell you that he is built to be a sub package pass rusher, but he is more stout at the POA than you would expect and he has less burst.
If I had to compare him to a Titans EDGE now, he would probably be more Kamalei Correa than anything else, though you could make a very strong argument that his first step and hand usage right now is better than Correa at his peak.
12. Cameron Clark OL, Charlotte
The Tennessee Titans have nearly a dozen offensive linemen on the roster now, so if they pick another one you would assume that it would come in the 7th round unless someone great just falls into their laps.
Not to slight Clark, but I think he would be a great guy to go after in Round 7 if he is still on the board.
At 6’4, 308 lb. he has the frame to play at the next level and he has started nearly 50 games over the course of his career. The two-time team captain can take time and be an outstanding backup to Taylor Lewan and Dennis Kelly/Isaiah Wilson while also learning to play inside which is where some scouts project him.
Also important to note that he was voted team captain over Nate Davis last year which is interesting.