65. Nebraska WR Stanley Morgan Jr. (WR11)
The 2019 NFL Draft is very deep at wide receiver, and thus, some names can be lost in the ledgers. But if there’s one wide receiver you can’t afford to forget, it’s Nebraska’s Stanley Morgan Jr. Morgan isn’t the flashiest prospect, but he has excellent nuance to his routes, and he offers enticing athletic upside as both a route runner and a ball carrier after the catch. Morgan is the perfect mid-round pick for a team that needs production at wide receiver, but can’t afford to take any more early risks to no avail (Looking at you, Redskins).
64. Western Illinois IDL Khalen Saunders (IDL9)
Khalen Saunders is an NFL Draft prospect who’s been overlooked due to his undersized frame and small school pedigree. But on tape, Saunders forces you to notice him, with insane get-off on the line of scrimmage and excellent athleticism and aggression for his size. Saunders projects well as a do-it-all defensive lineman with considerable upside as a pass rusher, but how he translates from Division 2 to the NFL is a question that remains to be answered.
63. Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting (CB7)
With an impressive concoction of hip mobility, length, explosion, and aggression at his disposal, Sean Bunting has exciting upside as an NFL Draft prospect. He can be reeled in a bit, in terms of measuring his aggression. But for teams looking for a cornerback who can develop into a lockdown cover man, Sean Bunting has the alpha mentality and the traits to make it happen.
62. Iowa S Amani Hooker (S7)
A high I.Q. defensive back with adequate range, Iowa’s Amani Hooker knows what it takes to keep the offense under wraps. He’s not a stellar athlete as a safety, but he has very good ball skills and awareness, and he should serve as a quality starter in time.
61. Virginia S Juan Thornhill (S6)
Smart, athletic, and long, Virginia’s Juan Thornhill has a very good skill set at his disposal, one that should help him become a starter at the next level. He adapts well to the changes in structure on any given play, and while his athletic upside isn’t universal across his traits, he has great potential in the NFL.