The Detroit Lions concluded their NFL Draft activities on Saturday by selecting three players on the final day of the NFL's annual Selection Meeting, in AT & T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

In the fourth round, the Lions made a trade with the New England Patriots to move up and they took Alabama defensive end Da'Shawn Hand with the 114th overall selection.  Hand was a key member of Alabama's national championship team in 2017, and also was on the 2015 title team.

Profile of Da'Shawn Hand, according to detroitlions.com

In Round 5, the team plucked offensive tackle Tyrell Crosby out of Oregon with the 153rd overall pick.  He was the second offensive lineman taken by the team in this year's Draft.  The team took center Frank Ragnow out of Arkansas in Round 1.

Profile of Tyrell Crosby, according to detroitlions.com

In the seventh and final round, the team took fullback Nick Bawden out of San Diego State with the 237th overall selection.

Profile of Nick Bawden, according to detroitlions.com