3. Jayron Kearse
For Kearse, he should be considered one of the best defensive backs available in the 2016 NFL Draft, but people overlook him and say he should have gone back for one more year. However, his sheer athleticism should be enough to get his name called in April.
He is one of the quickest players at the safety position and should be able to come up and play the run or drop back in pass coverage. His long arms and six-foot-five frame will make him very useful in the passing game as well.