Pick 74: Minnesota DB Benjamin St-Juste
Prediction: Rotational Player
- Tackles: 20 solo, 3 ast, 23 TOT
- Interceptions: 0
- Sacks: 0
Benjamin St-Juste is another player with a lot of positional flexibility. The Canadian-born player was a cornerback in college but has the size and length to be an NFL safety. St-Juste stands at a 6’3″ and weighs in at 205 pounds. He is coming into a crowded Washington Football Team secondary and will be able to learn for a year or two behind some veterans. He’ll get better technique to pair with that tremendous frame. After not notching an interception in college, St-Juste will have to keep improving if he wants to get one at the next level.
Pick 82: North Carolina WR Dyami Brown
- Receptions: 34
- Yards: 476
- Touchdowns: 3
A lot of people were thrilled about Dyami Brown falling to the Washington Football Team late in the third round. Brown is in a perfect situation to improve as a route runner and not be thrown into the line of fire right away. Additionally, Brown, who is known as a deep threat, will have gunslinger Ryan Fitzpatrick behind center, who we know is not afraid to let it rip.
The expectations for Dyami Brown should be watched though, as he is entering a crowded position room. With the additions of Adam Humphries and Curtis Samuel, along with star Terry McLaurin, Brown will serve as WR4 in a developmental year with a few big plays scattered around.