If Jaylen Twyman’s name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you saw his insane Pro Day workout which included him finishing 40 reps on the bench press (topping fellow Pitt DL product Aaron Donald). Twyman was projected as a second-round pick heading into last year’s draft, but elected to return to school before ultimately opting out of the 2020 season. There aren’t many defensive linemen with Twyman’s makeup. He mainly plays as a three-tech tackle, but excels as a pass rusher as opposed to a pass rusher. In his last full season, he had 10.5 sacks in 13 games. At 290 pounds, he’s undersized if he wants to be a three-down player at the next level, but there’s value in pass rush specialist DT’s, especially given how rare they are. The Patriots just lost such a player in Adam Butler, and it’s not unrealistic to project Twyman into that role. However, it will likely take a third or fourth round pick to get him, and Bill Belichick has been hesitant in the past to invest that much in rotational players.