You probably know most of the names linked to the Lions with the third overall pick in this year's draft.
"Bob Quinn and Matt Patricia should open up phone lines to see if anyone wants to trade up to leapfrog the Dolphins and take Tua Tagovailoa. If no one bites, the Lions could address a number of positions, but let’s give Detroit a complement to tackle Taylor Decker. Wills can help Patricia with a run-first offense, while protecting Matthew Stafford, who was enjoying one of his best seasons before suffering an injury."
This would be a surprise, and probably a reach. Wills is widely considered the third-best offensive lineman in the draft, behind Iowa's Tristan Wirfs and Georgia's Andrew Thomas. Surely, the Lions could trade down and still take him.
But it would fit Quinn's predilection for a) O-lineman early in the draft and b) players from the SEC. He's spent two of his four first-round picks on O-linemen in Taylor Decker (2016) and Frank Ragnow (2018). And he's drafted nine players over the past three years from the best conference in football.