4. Sharrif Floyd, Minnesota No. 23
Floyd took one of the largest falls in recent draft memory tonight. Many, including Football.com Draft Senior Editor David Seigerman, had Floyd going third overall. It took a little longer than that as Floyd fell all the way to the 23rd pick.
Floyd arguably was one of the best players in the draft and looked at as one of the top two defensive tackles. He brings an explosive first step and is a very good interior pass rusher. Some character questions came up, but Floyd will be placed next to Kevin Williams, who can groom him to be a great pro.