Trey Flowers

Trey Flowers

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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/265 lbs
Born: Huntsville, Alabama
College: Arkansas
Draft: 2015 4th round (2nd pick) by the
  • MOCK DRAFT WATCH: Experts split on what Lions should do with 7th pick
    www.detroitlions.com

    MOCK DRAFT WATCH: Experts split on what Lions should do with 7th pick

    Chad Reuter, NFL.com: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State Why: Parsons should be Dan Campbell's type of player: aggressive, fast and tough, whether chasing down quarterbacks in the pocket or ball-carriers trying to get to the sideline. Round 2: Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State Round 3: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue Round 4: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M Adam Rank, NFL.com: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State Why: I know you just traded for Jared Goff. But he's regressed the last couple of years ...

  • Mailbag: Will Brad Holmes Nail First Draft as Lions GM?
    Sports Illustrated Detroit Lions News, Analysis and More

    Mailbag: Will Brad Holmes Nail First Draft as Lions GM?

    The tackle class is also deep, and the Lions should take advantage, if they don’t select one in the first round -- more on that later. The media perception of players and the NFL’s evaluation are usually a little different. There is always a possibility of teams grabbing players who are considered a reach by the media.

  • Notes: Lions' frugal secondary is nearly complete
    Pride Of Detroit

    Notes: Lions' frugal secondary is nearly complete

    After signing veterans Corn Elder last week and Quinton Dunbar and Dean Marlowe this week, the Lions should be finished with free agency moves heading into the draft. The addition of Marlowe indicates the team is unlikely to continue pursuing former Broncos safety Will Parks. As pointed out by our Jeremy Reisman, Marlowe has a lot of actual NFL game experience and is likely to compete for a starting spot on defense.