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9-4, 1st in SEC - East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets second-round pick Marcus Maye said he's looking forward to forming a new safety tandem with Jamal Adams. "I feel like we'll do great," he told reporters. "He's a competitor, he's a great ballplayer. He has a lot of talent and, being out there with a guy like that, he's just going to make you be great as well." Maye said his broken left arm, which sidelined him for the final four games, was cleared by doctors at the combine re-check.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions took Teez Tabor, the tall cornerback from Florida, at No. 53. He'll be reunited with his college teammate, Jarrad Davis, in Detroit. He has good height at 6-foot-1 and the athleticism to make plays on the ball. He could push Nevin Lawson for a starting spot immediately.

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Lions bolster secondary with Teez Tabor

The Lions nabbed an interception machine in Tabor, though Mel Kiper Jr. wonders if his lack of recovery speed will hurt him in the NFL.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts 2nd-round pick, CB Quincy Wilson, has plenty of confidence: "I'm just a shutdown corner, man. I frustrate a lot of receivers when I play them."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

With FS Malik Hooker and CB Quincy Wilson, the Colts have drafted two defensive backs that play with great vision and break on the ball. General manager Chris Ballard is putting together a secondary that will create turnovers.

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New Colts CB Quincy Wilson's draft day attire includes a t-shirt that reads: 💩 happens. (Yes, the actual emoji).

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have addressed their cornerback need, as they've selected Florida's Quincy Wilson with the 46th overall pick in the draft. The Colts have been in need for a second cornerback to go with Vontae Davis after Greg Toler and Patrick Robinson failed to do the job. Lewis had three interceptions and a sack last season at Florida.

ESPN Staff  

Florida CB Quincy Wilson appeared to express his feelings about not being drafted in Round 1 with his clothing choice on Friday night, wearing a shirt with a poop emoji and the word "happens" on the chest. (@DavidFurones_/Twitter)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

With the 39th pick, the Jets have selected Florida S Marcus Maye – a bit of a surprise. Well, they say there's safety in numbers; the Jets believe in a number of safeties. In Round 1, they picked Jamal Adams. This means the Jets will likely trade or release Calvin Pryor, a first-round pick in 2014. This team's like overkill. Why not help the offense?

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets are rebuilding the safety position in this draft. Jamal Adams on Day 1 and now Marcus Maye on Day 2. Create an identity in the secondary with physical, versatile players.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets took safeties with their first two picks - Jamal Adams in the first round and Marcus Maye of Florida in the second. This almost certainly means the end of the road in NY for 2014 first-round pick Calvin Pryor.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The SEC had 12 players taken in the first round Thursday night -- including nine from the West division alone -- tied for the most by any conference in the common draft era. The SEC has produced the most first-round picks in six of the past seven drafts.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

New Lions LB Jarrad Davis with his parents at his introductory press conference.

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Talking NFL Draft (2:41)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

The SEC had 12 players drafted in this year's NFL Draft. That ties the record by a conference (ACC - 2006, SEC - 2013). Alabama led the conference with four picks, while LSU was second with three. The SEC has now hit double-digit draft numbers in the first round six times since 2005

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida LB Jarrad Davis goes 21st to Detroit. He worked his way back into the first round of the draft this spring and went from unknown recruit to one of Florida's top defenders the last couple of years. Very physical, incredibly smart and a natural leader. Middle LB who can play sideline-to-sideline

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