He played linebacker, but he isn't big enough to play there in the NFL. While he doesn't have great speed to be a safety, he could be an effective situational run-stopper and important special teams player.
We are surprised Dickerson fell this far. He doesn't have a natural position, but he has the potential to be a mismatch and waepon, if teamed up with a creative offensive coordinator. He could potentially flourish in Houston's high-octane passing attack.
Wilson is a good fit as a 5-technique in the Packers' 3-4 front. He's a limited athlete who lacks suddenness with his play. Still, he has point of attack skills to take up space and anchor as a run-defender.
Matthews has the size to bump down to a 3-technique in Indianapolis' scheme. He has a quick first step and does a nice job using his hands. He has potential to provide depth on the interior defensive line.
Conner has good upside with adequate size and good straight-line speed for the position. However, he is tight in the hips and doesn't have the natural instincts to consistently find the ball. He can be a special teams contributor to make it on the back end of the roster.
Fisher was drafted this late for his ability to contribute on punt and kick returns. He has great speed and vision to locate the seams. He could be the special teams player the Colts have been looking for.
Robinson has more arm strength than his frame suggests. He shows good mobility within the pocket. He will have to make a tough transition coming from a spread system, but he has the mental aptitude to become a backup if brought along with proper coaching and patience.