3. Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia
The New England Patriots need help at every position along the offense. And while tight end might not be a position that commonly gets drafted very high, Brock Bowers is a different animal. He's an elite receiving threat who is currently trying to work his way back from ankle surgery. The junior seems to be a lock to go in the top-seven, and if the Pats had the top QB prospects, top OT prospects, and Marvin Harrison Jr off the board, Bowers makes sense.
Across 37 games, Brock Bowers has caught 160 passes for 2,391 yards and 24 touchdowns. He averages 14.9 yards per catch and has also added 193 rushing yards over his career as well.
Depending on if the New England Patriots make some sort of major move at QB, taking a skill player on offense might actually make the most sense. Let's say that the team pulls off a trade for Kyler Murray, well, the Pats would then gear towards making Murray's life on offense as easy as possible, right?
Bowers, again, plays tight end, so he's not playing a super valuable position in the NFL, but there's a reason why a tight end is being mocked so high; he's legit and a day-one starter and future stud at the position.