When Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell took the job, he made it clear toughness and physicality would be a priority.
It’s no surprise, then, that the Lions spent the first two days of the NFL draft adding size.
Detroit selected a pair of defensive tackles Friday night, taking Levi Onwuzurike of Washington in the second round and Alim McNeill of N.C. State in the third. Later in the third round, the Lions took another defensive player — cornerback Ifeatu Melifonwu of Syracuse.
Those selections came a day after Detroit took offensive lineman Penei Sewell with the No. 7 pick.
Source: Associated Press – NOAH TRISTER