RD 7 (238): Michael Warren II RB Cincinnati
The NY Giants come away filling a legit hole in round seven here, potentially finding a long-term complimentary backup to Saquon Barkley. With Wayne Gallman figuring to be a goner either this year or next, Warren slides in perfectly next to Barkley as a short-yardage ace and rock-solid ball carrier.
After putting up back-to-back seasons with 1200+ yards and 36 total touchdowns (33 rushing), Warren would have a solid shot to make the roster. The most impressive number on Warren may be that he never fumbled on 500+ carries, while he also is a solid pass protector. Not much would be expected out of him in the receiving game, though.
RD 7 (247): Chris Williamson CB Minnesota
A true project as you would expect this late – Chris Williamson came on strong during his last two seasons at Minnesota. At 6’0 205 LBs, Williamson should be able to play in the slot or on the outside in the NFL. He only picked off two passes in his career, so there aren’t many ball skills to speak of, but he had a real solid year in 2019 to propel Minnesota into the national picture.
RD 7 (255): Tanner Muse S Clemson
The biggest question mark surrounding Muse is surely his athleticism, although I’ll typically take a shot on a guy at the safety position that performed at such a high level at a big school. Muse was playing in the heart of the Clemson defense for three seasons and picked off six passes in the process. At 6’2 230 LBs, he can lay the wood, and he could possibly help fill the Landon Collins void down the road.