Detroit Lions fans, let’s play “Would you rather?”

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PROVO, UT – SEPTEMBER 30: Michael Roberts #80 of the Toledo Rockets looks to block during the first half at a college football game against the Brigham Young Cougars at Lavell Edwards Stadium on September 30, 2016 in Provo, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images) /

Fourth round

At pick 125, the Lions took talented outside linebacker Jaylen Reeves-Maybin. I’m going to call that good. Although injured at Tennessee, he is very athletic.

Three of the eleven picks after Detroit’s next pick, number 127, were offensive tackles. David Sharpe, was the first of the three selected.

Let’s slot him here to compete at left tackle. The Lions actually took Michael Roberts, tight end. That’s a need, but not as pressing as tackle, or linebacker if we go by current events.

Fifth round

Originally we took Jamal Agnew, a corner back. Agnew may ultimately win a slot corner job and punt return duties in camp. He is fast and making a solid impression early in camp.

Here we’re going to go inside linebacker, Marquel Lee. Lee led Wake Forest in tackles and had seven and a half sacks, as well. This covers for losing out on Jarrad Davis earlier. He’s not as fast as Davis but can handle the middle at 6’3″, and 240 pounds.