General manager Ruston Webster spent the No. 100 overall pick on Auburn defensive tackle Angelo Blackson, a 6-foot-4, 318-pound run-stuffer who was praised for his sure tackling skills at the college level.
Blackson joins the talented Jurrell Casey along Tennessee's interior line, along with Sammie Lee Hill, Karl Klug, Al Woods and Chaz Sutton. NFL Media's Lance Zierlein graded Blackson as a sixth-rounder, but one AFC area scout told him the tackle would get "drafted much earlier than you have him, Lance."
>> The Patriots took Day 3 of the draft a bit too literally, drafting defensive end Trey Flowers (No. 101) and offensive lineman Tre' Jackson (No. 111) ten picks apart. Jackson played next to Pats center Bryan Stork at Florida State. The Super Bowl-champions used their third fourth-rounder to take Shaquille Mason at No. 131.
>> If offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings can overcome the foot-injury concerns that saw his draft stock plummet, general manager Rick Spielman and the Vikings could have a steal with the 110th pick. The long and athletic Clemmings was NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock's 33rd-ranked prospect overall. Mayock went as far as saying Clemmings can be a rookie starter.
>> UCLA quarterbackBrett Hundley fell all the way to the Packers' lap with the 147th pick when Green Bay traded up to take the 6-foot-3, 226-pound, three-year starter. Draft prognosticators indicated last year that the former Bruins star likely could have been drafted as high as the second round had he not returned to UCLA in 2014. Hundley now has a chance to learn from one of the best in the business in Aaron Rodgers.
>> Dual-threat Boise State running back Jay Ajayi is going to South Beach. The 149th pick, who was once a soccer player and projected to go as high as Round 2, will serve as a nice complement to starter Lamar Miller -- if he can stay healthy. Ajayi fell down draft boards due to knee injury concerns. The Dolphins now employ the only player in FBS history with 1,800 yards rushing and 500 yards receiving in a single season.
>> The Redskins made three of the round's first 11 picks, selecting SS Kyshoen Jarrett, CB Tevin Mitchel and WR Evan Spencer.
>> The last nine picks of the round -- selections No. 207 through 217 -- were all compensatory picks. This is also the time when we love to remind readers that "Did you know Tom Brady was a sixth-round draft pick?" But more importantly, did you know Brady, Larry Allen, Hines Ward and many others were all compensatory picks?
>>The Browns took 2014 consensus All-American and first-team All-Pac-12 cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu with pick No. 241. The Jim Thorpe Award finalist suffered a torn ACL in December during practice for the Rose Bowl.
>> With the 256th pick, one last NFL hopeful's dream was fulfilled Saturday night.
Gerald Christian earned the dubious honor of "Mr. Irrelevant." The final pick of the 2015 NFL Draft is a third-team All-ACC tight end out of Louisville.
As per tradition, Christian will be invited to be the guest of honor for a week-long Mr. Irrelevant celebration in Newport Beach, California this summer, where he will be awarded The Lowsman Trophy at a dinner banquet.