... not exactly Mel Kiper here, y'all. "Stephon Gilmore is the one man who knew what to do with all that hair. He opted for a simple, classy suit, in catchy blue. It had modest lapels and was worn over a light-blue shirt with a skinny brownish argyle tie that appeared to be wool. His dreads were swept back and gathered in a way that brought out the breathtaking geometry in his face. Gilmore was going to Buffalo, where one only hopes he'll take all of his style. This is to say he looked cool. He looked modern. He looked like he wears that suit every single day. I'm sorry nobody removed the loose string he had on his sleeve. But that didn't matter. He was solving a question not enough men openly ask. Seriously: How do you take your dreadlocks to work? Like this." That being said, this is the only draft analysis I've seen so far that hasn't been completely premature.