Last update: Saturday, April 30, 2016. This is a 2016 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday's NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don't expect to get many of these right, but it's still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 3 of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Carolina Panthers: Miles Killebrew, S, Southern Utah
Here's another athletic defensive back for the Panthers, who need to find a safety.
San Francisco 49ers: De'Vondre Campbell, LB, Minnesota
The 49ers still haven't recovered from losing Patrick Willis and Chris Borland, so an inside linebacker is an option for them in any round.
Oakland Raiders: Kentrell Brothers, ILB, Missouri
Darron Lee was a possibility for the Raiders in the first round. Linebacker is an area of need that should be addressed at this juncture.
Denver Broncos: Fahn Cooper, OT, Ole Miss
The Broncos signed Russell Okung, but he's a risky proposition because of his extensive injury history. Here's some insurance.
San Francisco 49ers: Matt Judon, DE/OLB, Grand Valley State
San Francisco could be looking for pass-rushing depth, as Corey Lemonier hasn't developed into the player the 49ers were hoping he'd become.
Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas
The Ravens could use another running back, and they're getting good value with Jonathan Williams here in the fifth round.
Miami Dolphins: Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA
The Dolphins haven't gotten much out of Jordan Cameron, so they'll probably search for a tight end at some point in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Stephen Weatherly, DE, Vanderbilt
Noah Spence would be used as an Anthony Barr-type player, but here's a more-traditional edge rusher to help the Buccaneers get to the quarterback.
New York Giants: Sheldon Day, DE/DT, Notre Dame
I would've mocked Sheldon Day earlier, but I just couldn't find a spot for him. I bet most of the league feels the same way. The Giants could use him as an interior pass-rusher.
Chicago Bears: Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma
The Bears haven't addressed one of their biggest needs yet. That needs to change.
Detroit Lions: Tyvis Powell, S, Ohio State
The Lions could use help in the secondary, and Tyvis Powell seems like a great fit for their defense.
New Orleans Saints: Ronald Blair, DE, Appalachian State
The Saints could've added an edge rusher much earlier than this. It's something they desperately need to address.
Philadelphia Eagles: Hassan Ridgeway, NT, Texas
TThe Eagles are moving back to the 4-3 - strange that they even switched to the 3-4 in the first place - which means they'll need more defensive linemen for depth purposes.
Oakland Raiders: Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State
Derek Carr has two talented receivers at his disposal. Adding a third could make the offense even more lethal.
Indianapolis Colts: Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State
Cardale Jones could be chosen at some point in the fourth round. If not, I'm sure the Colts would welcome him as a backup for Andrew Luck.
Buffalo Bills: Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford
The Bills have scouted quarterbacks pretty hard, so it would be a surprise if they don't take one in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Denver Broncos: Peyton Barber, RB, Auburn
The Broncos are searching for another running back, and Peyton Barber is someone they've been linked to.
Washington Redskins: Evan Boehm, C, Missouri
One of the reasons Washington's running game was so erratic was because the team has gotten poor play out of its center. This is the primary position the Redskins need to upgrade up front.
Houston Texans: D.J. Reader, NT, Clemson
The Texans could be in the market for an eventual successor for Vince Wilfork in the middle rounds.
Minnesota Vikings: Tyler Johnstone, OT, Oregon
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported that one of Matt Kalil or Phil Loadholt will be cut this offseason. T.J. Clemmings will slide in as a starter, meaning depth will be needed.
Cincinnati Bengals: Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois
The Bengals lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu this offseason, so they'll need to double up on receivers.
Kansas City Chiefs: Jerell Adams, TE, South Carolina
Andy Reid loves using multiple tight ends, and Jerell Adams is too talented to pass on at this spot.
Green Bay Packers: Deiondre' Hall, CB, Northern Iowa
Most teams like spending a selection or two on secondary help, and the Packers may want to address depth issues in the wake of Casey Hayward's departure.
Philadelphia Eagles: Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia
The Eagles have to spent a third-day selection on a cornerback, as they're still hurting at the position.
Kansas City Chiefs: Elijah Shumate, S, Notre Dame
The Chiefs may select a safety earlier than this; they tried to sign one in free agency, but struck out.
Houston Texans: K.J. Dillon, S, West Virginia
The Texans want to add a safety to the mix at some point.
Arizona Cardinals: Spencer Drango, G/OT, Baylor
The Cardinals want an offensive lineman with versatility, and that's exactly what they're getting with Spencer Drango.
Carolina Panthers: Willie Beavers, OT, Western Michigan
The Panthers could address their dire tackle situation much earlier than this, given how bad Michael Oher and Mike Remmers were in the Super Bowl.
Detroit Lions: Chris Moore, WR, Cincinnati
Calvin Johnson has announced his retirement, so the Lions will have to find a tertiary receiver to go along with Golden Tate and Marvin Jones.
Arizona Cardinals: Nicholas Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia
The Cardinals need help at inside linebacker, so expect them to address the position in the middle rounds.
Seattle Seahawks: DeAndre Elliott, CB, Colorado State
Seattle's latest mid-round tall cornerback, DeAndre Elliott could help an ailing secondary that couldn't stop Cam Newton in the divisional round.
Cleveland Browns: DeAndre Houston-Carson, S, William & Mary
The Browns have pretty much addressed every position except safety thus far, so why not a safety at this spot?
Cleveland Browns: Moritz Wilhelm Boehringer, WR, Germany
The Browns are definitely a candidate to triple up on receivers, as Josh Gordon isn't the most reliable football player.
San Francisco 49ers: De'Runnya Wilson, WR, Mississippi State
Speaking of doubling up on receivers, the 49ers could easily do that, as they have nothing at the position.
San Diego Chargers: John Theus, OT, Georgia
So much for everyone thinking the Chargers would draft Ronnie Stanley. The fact remains, however, that they do need tackle depth.
Honestly Walt, with the exception of the Malcolm Smith deal, the 49ers have done a really good job in free agency, there is nothing wrong either the Kerley or Mitchell deals. I think they were right in line for who the players are. Denver offered Mitchell a deal worth slightly less. As a diehard 49er fan, a B is more in line with the correct grade.