The Lions are well-situated at center, with Frank Ragnow not going anywhere as one of the best in the league at the position. Lindstrom ended his career at B.C. as a two-time All-ACC First Team selection at center, and entering the season The Draft Network called him “a technician with power” with a “finisher’s mentality” who “looks to put dudes on their back.” That sounds like a guard profile to me, and the Lions could make him into one.
Wyoming has become a bit of a linebacker pipeline to the NFL, and Muma is next up. His 129 total tackles this season was second the Mountain West (fourth in FBS), and he has 7.5 tackles for loss and three interceptions (returning two for touchdowns).
Muma came to Laramie as a high school safety, which explains his ability and instincts in pass coverage. As a pass rusher, Oliver Hodgkinson of Pro Football Network had an evaluation.
"As a pass rusher, Muma attacks gaps with explosiveness and decent straight-line speed. It often appears like he’s been fired out of a cannon when he gets a clear run at the quarterback. Furthermore, he flashes excellent lateral agility to redirect around blockers with relative ease."
The Lions have some promising linebackers in the fold (Derrick Barnes, Alex Anzalone). But they could use a legit three-down guy who can make an impact in all areas, and Muma is that as a nice third round find.
As of right now, the Lions don’t have a fourth-round pick in the 2022 draft.