Don’t let the acquisition of Trent Brown fool you, tackle is still a key position of need for the Patriots. Both Brown and Wynn are on the final year of their respective deals, without an obvious replacement currently on the roster for either. Enter Christian Darrisaw, one of the three best offensive tackles in a draft stacked at the position. At 6-foot-5, 314 pounds, he has the size the Patriots covet at the position, but doesn’t sacrifice any athleticism with that frame. That combination of athleticism and raw power should allow him to play either left or right tackle at the next level, something else notable to the Patriots given the current short-term situation at both spots. While many fans would probably like to see them package this pick to move up and get a quarterback, the reality is they likely don’t have the ammo to get into the top eight, where they likely need to be to grab one one of the top five players at that position. Instead, they fill what will be a need in 2022 by grabbing a tackle who they can develop for a year, then plug into the starting lineup when Wynn and/or Brown’s contract(s) expire.