The Lions took offense in the first round, then defense in the second. The trend continued with center Graham Glasgow on Friday night and again on Saturday with the fourth-round selection of safety Miles Killebrew from Southern Utah (NCAA Division I FCS).
The selection gives the Lions options in shoring up the secondary. Although Glover Quin is a shoe-in for starting at free safety, the strong safety starting position is up for grabs. Killebrew should expect to compete and perhaps even earn that starting position, pending a strong showing in camp.
Hard hitting, Killebrew nevertheless has struggled in coverage in the past. That aside, the kid is a highlight reel of violence. Football is violence. I like violence. So maybe there's a good chance you're like me, and you might like this pick on the account of the violence.