13. Best – Curtis Brooks
There are two reasons why Brooks slid down the draft. First, he’s a relative veteran at the age of 24 and spent six years as a college player. Then, there’s his weight at 284 pounds. But the defensive tackle has a chip on his shoulder and may become one of the steals of the season.
Despite being relatively light, he had a very productive year for Cincinnati. His 7.5 sacks were the most in the conference. Meanwhile, the Bear Cats had one of the top-performing defenses in the nation. Brooks was a big part of that and a great sixth-round pick by the Colts (via Yardbreaker).