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8-5, 4th in SEC - West
Breaking down NFL Draft (4:55)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M WR Josh Reynolds took a visit with the Rams three or four weeks ago. "I loved it," he told local reporters. "I loved the vibe, I loved the energy they had, and it seemed like they liked me." On what he brings, Reynolds said: "Definitely intensity. I'm a playmaker and can play pretty much anywhere they need. I'm a winner, and I'd love to help this team win."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers third-round pick Daeshon Hall, a defensive end out of Texas A&M, said he always has wanted to sack Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers. He will have that chance this season as the Packers come to Bank of America Stadium on Dec. 17.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Josh Reynolds gives the Rams and QB Jared Goff some vertical ability in the passing game. Throw the quick fade up the boundary, finds some matchups in the red zone and work the middle of the field on deep, inside breaking cuts.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams selected Josh Reynolds, a WR out of Texas A&M, with their first fourth-round pick. Looks like the outside threat they still needed.

Josh Reynolds draft highlights (0:54)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers third-round pick, defensive end Daeshon Hall, may have played in the shadow of No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett at Texas A&M. But Hall isn't complaining. "He benefited playing with me and I benefited playing with him,'' Hall said. And hey, Hall gets better weather playing in Charlotte versus Garrett in Cleveland.


Panthers take Daeshon Hall

With the No. 77 pick, Carolina gets a developing pass-rusher in the Texas A&M defensive end, who needs to continue to flesh out his arsenal of moves.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers traded their 98th pick (third-round compensatory for Josh Norman) and fourth-round pick (115) to the Cardinals to get Texas A&M defensive end Daeshon Hall. Not a lot to get a need position.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs new safety Justin Evans: "I had a lot of missed tackles so that will be one of my main focuses -- being a better pursuit tackler...I'm coming in with a humble mindset, working hard learning the scheme, the playbook, but I definitely view myself as a starter."


Bucs land safety Justin Evans

Tampa Bay used the 50th overall pick on the Texas A&M product, who is a heavy hitter with excellent speed.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs select Texas A&M safety Justin Evans with the 50th overall pick. Aggressive with strong ball skills and great range. He led the Aggies with four interceptions last year and was second in tackles with 87.

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Garrett: Played at 75% in 2016 due to ankle

Myles Garrett, the first overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, said Friday during his Browns introduction that he struggled during his last year at Texas A&M due to a lingering ankle injury.