Chris Trapasso analyzed each pick from Round 5 of the 2018 NFL Draft on Saturday, grading each team on its draft-night selections.
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Grades:• • • • Round 5 • •
138. Cole Madison, OT, Washington State
Plenty of pass pro experience but severely lacking strength and power.
139. RJ McIntosh, DT, Miami
Hog Mollie draft continues for Gettleman. Quick swim move. Good bulk and power. Pass-rush specialist.
140. Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
Top 10 talent with medical concerns. Dynamic one-gap penetrator. Electric burst. Lightning-quick hands.
141. Shaquem Griffin, OLB, Central Florida
High-motor edge-rusher who's undersized but hyper energetic. Fun sub-package player.
142. D.J. Reed, CB, Kansas State
Twitched-up slot CB who can play outside if need be. Shorter but very aggressive. Excellent ball skills. Needs to get better at tackling.
143. Ja'Whaun Bentley, ILB, Purdue
Ninkovich-type run-stuffing SAM linebacker. Bulky. Not much pass-rushing ability.
144. Justin Watson, WR, Pennsylvania
Early for him because of big acclimation ahead from Ivy League to NFL. Large, physical high-pointer who has some separation ability.
145. Bilal Nichols, DT, Delaware
Powerful hands. Jolts OLs. Will eat blocks to help the LBs. Plays high often.
146. Tre Flowers, SS, Oklahoma State
Ideal Seattle DB. High-cut twitchy robber or box safety. Not super reliable in coverage. Good value here.
147. Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia
Plays slower than timed speed. Active, between the tackles thumper. Limited in coverage. Nice landing spot behind loaded DL.
148. Marcus Allen, FS, Penn State
Another box safety for Pittsburgh. Decent athlete. Slow play-recognition skills, which hurts him in coverage.
149. Michael Dickson, P, Texas
Dickson has a booming leg, but the Seahawks have many more pressing needs.
150. Genard Avery, OLB, Memphis
Grade: Grade A
Active, super-quick versatile LB. Flashes speed and block-shedding versus run. Bend and hand use on the edge. Just undersized.
151. Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State
Tall, small-school outside CB. Aware in zone. Plus ball skills. Aggressive on the outside coming downhill. Plays slower than timed speed.
152. Dane Cruikshank, CB, Arizona
Slot CB with excellent athleticism. Can be slow reacting to the play. Experienced blitzer. Fluid avoiding blocks.
153. Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon
Awesome value here. Nasty mauler. Plus athlete. Needs to get stronger. Tremendous depth. Can play guard.
154. Siran Neal, SS, Jacksonville State
Safety depth was major need for Bills. Neal is a downhill, hard-hitting specialist. Almost a quasi-linebacker.
155. Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA
Battler on the inside. Decent anchor. Adequate mobility. Good interior OL depth.
156. Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
Decent blocker. Lacks athleticism and isn't overly fast. Reliable receiver.
157. Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan
Doesn't wow athletically. Big catch radius. Nice TE2 for Cousins.
158. Andrew Brown, DT, Virginia
Flashes of plus burst. Doesn't play to his overall athleticism. Inconsistent hand use. Gets locked on many blocks.
159. Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa
Height/speed wideout with explosive linear athleticism. Will stretch the field in a big way. Nice add for Andrew Luck.
160. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, DE, Oklahoma
First-round talent. Wins off the edge with burst, bend and wide array of pass-rushing moves. Holds up well against run despite lack of height. Jerry Hughes-like.
161. Jermaine Carter Jr., OLB, Maryland
Undersized linebacker who's fast but overly twitchy. High energy. Gets stuck on too many blocks.
162. Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA
Serious downfield threat. Decent after the catch. Too many drops on what should be easy catches.
163. Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
Super-quick, one-gap DT in a nose tackle's body. Very disruptive. Can get washed out in run game. Nice added bulk for Washington.
164. Natrell Jamerson, FS, Wisconsin
Dynamic athlete who makes plays ranging from center field. Super-aggressive tackler. Slightly undersized.
165. Jaylen Samuels, TE, NC State
Ideal player as NFL shifts toward a "positionless" game. Delanie Walker-like. Good, not great in any area. Shifty.
166. Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
2016 film is first- or second-round caliber. Wide, punishing run-blocker. Balance, powerful pass-pro punch. Overextended at times in 2017. Should start at RG in Buffalo.
167. Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn
Carlson might be the best kicker in this draft. But it's a kicker. No need to draft one
168. Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
With more strength, Jones can be a franchise LT. Handled duties on an island well in 2017. Long arms. Good size.
169. Jordan Wilkins, RB, Mississippi
Fred Jackson-like. Tall, bouncy runner who creates between the tackles and bounces off tackles. Lacks speed and twitchiness.
170. Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan
Smaller CB who finds the football often because of his quick-twitch athleticism and speed. Could stand to add some strength.
171. Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky
White has impressive arm talent and gets the ball out quickly. Major problems against pressure.
172. JK Scott, P, Alabama
Scott is pro ready but the Packers obviously have bigger needs.
173. Johnny Townsend, P, Florida
Please end this run on punters.
174. Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida
Tall, lanky WR who ran under 4.40 at the combine and plays that fast. May have problems with press in NFL. Some twitchiness after the catch.