It would be OK.
I don't know that Benjamin is going to be around in the second, so if you want him you'd probably have to pull the trigger in the first (not that I would do it at this point). I have my eye on Ju'Wuan James in the second because of his reported talent, motor and mean streak. I don't know that Purifoy is going to last until our pick in the third, but I'd think about taking Keith McGill in his place, but would more than likely try to sneak McGill in the 4th. It would depend upon if Brandon Coleman is still on the board in the third, or some other WR like Abbrederis or Matthews. I'm also a proponent of getting Marcel Jensen, TE, who is reportedly a capable blocker in the later rounds.
Assuming you like McGill as a prospect, can you explain to me what's the big fuss about? Other than being 6'3" I don't see anything I like when watching cut ups on this kid.
Ever since the camera showed a 5 second clip on this kid at senior bowl practice and Mayock mentioning Sherman and Browners names with his, people have been bringing him up.
He's very slow. Watch the game against Colorado, Richardson constantly burns him. Watch the game against BYU, even when he is in correct position doesn't turn his head and locate the ball. He's very stiff and gets caught flat footed lots. When I watch McGill I don't see an athlete, he's not aggressive at all when it comes to stopping the run either. I know people are saying he could play safety if it doesn't work at corner, but I really don't think the athleticism is there.
At 6'3" it's easy to want to like this kid, so that's why I'm asking what you like about him.