By DJ Harding –
After having the 17th pick in the first round and selecting Christian Gonzalez during day one. New England would make plenty of moves and selections in the second and third days.
The Patriots day two would see them select Keion White a Edge Rusher out of Georgia Tech. White would be the only second round selection for New England.
The third round saw New England hold the 13th pick in the third round. With the 76th overall selection the Patriots selected Marte Mapu, a linebacker out of Sacramento State.
Round four would see Jake Andrews, a center out of Troy, selected with the 107th overall pick. Five selections later New England would select Maryland kicker Chad Ryland.
New England’s third selection in round four would happen at pick 117 with the selection of Sidy Sow, a guard out of Eastern Michigan.
New England would have one selection in round five which they used to take another guard Atonio Mafi from UCLA.
The Patriots would have four selections in round six. The first selection of round six would be Kayshon Boutte, a wide receiver from LSU.
Bryce Baringer, a punter , would be the next selection heading to New England making the Patriots the only team to draft a punter and a kicker since the year 2000.
Following the selection of Barrington, New England would select Demario Douglas, a receiver out of Liberty with the 210th overall pick.
Four picks later after Douglas the Patriots selected Ameer Speed, a defensive back out of Michigan State.
The last selection for the Patriots at pick 245 would be Isiah Bolden, a cornerback from Jackson State selected.
Following the Draft the Patriots would make an undrafted free agent signing with Louisville Quarterback Malik Cunningham.