45. DT Gerald Willis, Miami – His football career hit a snag with a leave of absence in 2017 but Willis has placed himself squarely on the NFL radar with a monster start to the 2018 season. Willis is a nice prospect at the 3-technique along the defensive line with quickness that stands out on tape.
44. RB Justice Hill, Oklahoma State – Hill is a slippery runner and has the ability to carry between the tackles as well as be dangerous on the edge. The size issue will scare a few teams off and that is understandable. However, Hill can be a weapon that few teams have a running back based on his versatility.
43. LB Devin Bush, Michigan – Athletic inside linebackers are the latest trend in the NFL so that automatically creates intrigue with Bush. A 222-pound defender, Bush led Michigan in tackles in 2017 (also placing 9th in the Big Ten) and added 5.5 sacks to boot. Bush is impressive as a blitzer and can hold his own as a pass defender.
42. EDGE Jachai Polite, Florida – Polite is a dangerous edge rusher in the Gators defense who is starting to come into his own during this 2018 season. His first-step is outstanding and he has the tools to be a double-digit sack maker in the NFL, with the proper seasoning from the coaching staff of course.
41. CB Byron Murphy, Washington – Murphy received a lot of fanfare prior to the season and rightfully so as he is looked upon to carry on the Washington-to-NFL torch from other Husky corners such as Marcus Peters, Desmond Trufant, and Sidney Jones. Murphy doesn’t have great size but he makes up for it with smooth technique and playmaking ability.