Lynn Bowden got most of the hype, but former Kentucky guard Logan Stenberg, who was picked in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions, was as worthy of a selection in the draft as Bowden was.
One member from the impressive Wildcat teams of the last few years that managed to go undrafted is guard Mason Wolfe, who couldn't overcome concerns about his athleticism despite his plus power and run-blocking.
Wolfe's nastiness as a run blocker could be a major boon for these three teams in need of depth along their offensive line.
3. Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins got a smooth pass protector in Austin Jackson 18th overall, but Brian Flores clearly values strength as a run blocker when he picks an offensive lineman, as evidenced by the selections of Robert Hunt in Round 2 and Solomon Kindley in Round 4. Wolfe could provide some depth at either guard spot, as he can get horizontal and create running lanes for Jordan Howard.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars
Jawaan Taylor, Brandon Linder, Andrew Norwell, and Cam Robinson are a solid offensive line on paper, but the combination of those linemen has proven to be difficult to consistently get on the field in recent years given the injuries between that bunch. Wolfe could help Doug Marrone sleep just a bit easier at night knowing the line won't descend into chaos should one of these four get hurt.
1. Los Angeles Chargers
While the Chargers should be commended for finding a future franchise quarterback in Justin Herbert and a potential stud linebacker in Kenneth Murray, the trade up to acquire the latter left them without premium picks they could have used to rebuild the offensive line. The likes of Sam Tevi and Dan Feeney aren't the guys you want blocking for a rookie in Herbert, and adding more depth here is never a bad option.