The Lions upgraded the guard position in the 2015 draft, but they still have a huge hole at right tackle. Riley Reiff has also played poorly as well on the blind side (though he's been a bit better of late). I can't imagine them failing to address this void two years in a row, and they are now in position to grab one of the top two tackles in this class. Save for a couple of games, Matthew Stafford is having an awful season, but he can improve with better blocking. Thus, I can't see the Lions eschewing the chance to draft either Laremy Tunsil or Ronnie Stanley.
Rd. 2, Pk. 4
Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama
The Lions have a disappointing stable of running backs, including Ameer Abdullah, who is not an every-down player. We've seen teams spend consecutive second-round picks on running backs before (most recently, the Bengals), so Detroit could definitely consider Derrick Henry at this juncture.
The Lions have had coverage issues this season and need a lead No. 1 corner. Hargreaves would be an immediate upgrade for Detroit.
This season, Hargreaves has a total of 24 tackles, two pass broken up, four interceptions and a forced fumble - off Leonard Fournette. Hargreaves has been excellent as a cover corner over his career. He totaled 50 tackles, three interceptions and 13 passes broken up in 2014. Hargreaves went toe to toe with Amari Cooper that season and held his own. Both players showcased their elite skills and proved to be top prospects for the NFL. Cooper made some catches over Hargreaves, but unlike other defensive backs, Cooper wasn't getting separation or burning the Gator cover corner.
The 5-foot-11, 192-pound Hargreaves has natural cover skills to run with wideouts and not allow separation. Sources have said that Hargreaves is a star off the field as well as a good teammate, worker and citizen. As a true freshman in 2013, he recorded interceptions in his first three college games while totaling 11 pass breakups and 38 tackles for the year.
Pick change; previously Laremy Tunsil, OT
Rd. 2, Pk. 4
Kenny Clark, DT/NT, UCLA
The Lions grab a stuffer for their defensive line to help bolster the interior of their defense.
In 2015, Clark has 53 tackles with eight for a loss, five sacks and five passes batted. The 6-foot-3, 310-pound junior is a stout run defender who also can contribute some to the pass rush by bull rushing into the pocket. Clark had 58 tackles with 5.5 for a loss and zero sacks in 2014.
The Lions have been an absolute abomination this year, and need to cut ties with Matt Stafford, a.k.a. Jay Cutler 2.0, after this season. I don't know what the hell they're going to do at QB, but I assume they'll trade for one of the options available this offseason (Kaepernick, RGIII). They need an anchor on the o-line, and I really like Stanley to be that guy at the blindside. Riley Reiff just isn't getting it done.