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Angelo said he was surprised Johnny Knox was still around in the fourth round.
He likes Derek Kinder from Pitt. The coaching staff really liked him and he got a strong endorsement from Dave Wannstedt.
Defensively, they wanted to get some young talent. It was one of the goals of the draft to get more energy. Angelo believes Jarron Gibert and Henry Melton are two very good defensive ends.
Melton made 12 visits and that is why the Bears grabbed him in the fourth round. They like his traits but he needs to take another step.
Potentially we have found three starters given how they feel about Gilbert, Juaquin iglesias and Angelo believes they can find another one.
At safety, Angelo calls is a tough spot. It's hard to find a guy who has real good ball skills and can handle the physical nature of the play. Angelo said the team was going to take a pure free safety and he came off the board before he got to them. Angelo wants to err on the side of playing the run first.
Marcus Freeman was tagged to go in the third round and Angelo called that a deal in the fifth round.
Angelo said six have a chance to make the roster realistically, but he feels all nine have a chance to make it. He called it a "very good" second day draft.
Lance Louis came to San Diego State as a tight end. Grew into a lineman position in school. Interesting thing about this, he said he never saw a guy that big, 303 pounds, run such a fast 40. Tight ends coach Rob Boras looked at him. Worked him at fullback too. Liked his versatility and said "why not" in the second round.
Angelo said they checked out DUI's on Afalava and Melton and they felt good about their backgrounds.
D.J. Moore, they really liked him. Felt very good about value with him as he played 10 or 20 plays a game on offense and played corner and was a returner. "I haven't seen a corner with this kind of ball skills since [Nathan] Vasher." Angelo says he plays tall with exceptional leaping ability. "You see a lot of tall corners who play small. He's a short corner who can play tall. When we were down in Tampa Ronde Barber was like that."