Entering the third day of the 2015 NFL Draft, there are plenty of teams that have yet to address clear needs, and plenty of talented players available to fill them. Here are nine perfect fits for day three of the draft, and why they make sense.
Why he fits: Jarrett is just the kind of interior presence that could fit Dallas' 4-3 defense nicely, and he's a steal at just about any point on day three.
UPDATE: Jarrett was picked by the Falcons in the fifth round (137th overall).
Why he fits: With all the uncertainty Cleveland has at the quarterback position, Hundley would make for a relatively inexpensive insurance policy, even if he won't really be ready to compete for a starting role until 2016.
UPDATE: Hundley was picked by the Packers in the fifth round (147th overall).
Why he fits: Washington couldn't dream of getting any more value than this at right tackle on the third day of the draft. The value is there, and so is the need.
UPDATE: Clemmings was picked by the Vikings in the fourth round (110th overall).
Why he fits: The Broncos are pretty much on a year-to-year Manning watch, and who better than Manning to groom a young quarterback? Petty is a student of the game and would be a sponge around one of the game's all-time greats.
UPDATE: Petty was picked by the Jets in the fourth round (103rd overall).
Why he fits: Flowers isn't big enough to play defensive end in a 3-4 defense, but he's just right to play end in a 4-3 like Carolina's. He's an underrated player with skills to defend the run and rush the passer.
UPDATE: Flowers was picked by the Patriots in the fourth round, 101st overall.
Why he fits: Although the Jags showed improvement at wide receiver last season, it's a good bet they'll add another target for Blake Bortles on the third day of the draft. Gus Bradley's staff got a good look at Hardy at the Senior Bowl, and liked what they saw.
UPDATE: Hardy was picked by the Falcons in the fourth round (107th overall).