NFL Draft Grades 2015: Analyzing Each Patriots Pick

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Oct 18, 2014; Little Rock, AR, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Hutson Mason (14) gets a pass off as he is pressured by Arkansas Razorbacks defensive end Trey Flowers (86) during the first half at War Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

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47. This selection began a string of picks by the Patriots that set this draft apart from the rest. Some draft experts had Flowers pegged as a second round talent, and Belichick and company managed to land him in the fourth round. Flowers is a powerful edge rusher, who can get after the quarterback, but also make his presence felt in the run game. I don’t think Flowers will start in New England, because they are absolutely loaded up front, but when you work him into a rotation with the likes of Chandler Jones, Rob Ninkovich, Jabaal Sheard, Dominique Easley, and Geneo Grissom, he will make his share of impact plays.. DE. Arkansas. Trey Flowers. A. player

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