Bill Belichick loves a good nose tackle, and could get good value on one taking Khyiris Tonga late on Day 3. Tonga’s slide isn’t so much about him as a player, it’s more about his prototype - most teams just don’t value true nose tackles like they used to. The Patriots, however, are not one of those teams. Based on their offseason moves, they look to be switching back to a 3-4 defense, which elevates the relevance of the nose tackle position. Signing Davon Godchaux and re-signing Lawrence Guy and Carl Davis give them a solid base at the position, but after injuries ravaged the defensive line last year, Belichick could look to continue to load up. Tonga should be capable in a reserve role as a rookie, as he rounds out his game. If he can sure up his technique, he could be a starting-caliber early-down run stopper by the end of his rookie deal.