#191 Vikings - Marcus Epps, S, Wyoming
#192 Steelers - Isaiah Buggs, DT, Alabama
OUTLOOK: In a case of the richer getting richer, Buggs signed with Alabama out of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College as the No. 1 rated JUCO prospect in the country in January of 2017 and immediately lived up to expectations, starting 13 of 14 games for the Crimson Tide as a junior and posting 51 tackles, including four for loss and 1.5 sacks. Buggs was just getting warmed up. He returned for his senior season intent on proving that he could make an impact against the pass, as well, and exploded for a team-leading 9.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss among his 52 overall stops, earning Second Team All-American honors from the AFCA as well as Second Team All-SEC honors from league coaches and media, alike. Despite his gaudy production, Buggs is more of a classic run-stuffer than a true threat to get to quarterbacks and his lack of elite length could push him further down draft boards than his production would indicate.
#193 Vikings - Oli Udoh, T, Elon
OUTLOOK: Teams looking for a developmental tackle prospect will give Udoh a hard, long look. His stout play at the East-West Shrine Gamed earned him an invite to the Senior Bowl, where he did receive some reps at guard as well as tackle. A four-year starter, Udoh is an agile tackle prospect who has proven to be a dependable pass and run blocker during his career. While he has never played guard, it may ultimately be where he winds up cementing himself with his limited athleticism and range of movement to reach the totality of the arc.
#194 Packers - Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame
OUTLOOK: The “Juice Man” served as a battering ram for the Fighting Irish this past season after returning from a four-game suspension. No stranger to adversity, Williams has dealt with injuries, an arrest, suspension and the terminal illness of his mom. He was the most impressive back in attendance at the Senior Bowl. While he struggled with a few drops during the week, he rebounded nicely with a collection of nice grabs out of the backfield. He finished with just 279 total touches for his career. His lack of a heavy workload could be viewed as a negative (can he handle the workload?) or a positive (less tread on tires). Williams could prove to be Day 3 gem.
#195 Texans - Xavier Crawford, CB, Central Michigan
OUTLOOK: Xavier Crawford originally started his career at Oregon State, where he gained extensive starting experience and produced as a redshirt freshman. His following season was derailed by a back injury five games into the season, prompting him to transfer to Central Michigan as a graduate. Crawford also had a solid combine, as he ran a 4.48 forty-yard dash. Zone coverage is where Crawford thrives, as he does a great job at reading the quarterbacks eyes and anticipating where he is going with the ball. He looks natural in his zone coverage back pedal and is able to flip his hips quickly in his transition on go routes. Crawford has the speed to stay with his man, and never seems to get burned by a receiver. Crawford is also a willing tackler and doesn’t mind going into the trenches to lay a hit on someone. Crawford struggles in man coverage as receivers with quicker moves can easily fake him out to get open. He also does a poor job jamming, and receivers with longer arms can easily break through his press. Has up to par overall athleticism for an NFL cornerback, but who is going to need to be used in a zone heavy scheme if a team wants to access is marginal potential as a late round pick.