ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — The Detroit Lions have selected Kentucky defensive end Josh Paschal in the second round, taking another pass-rushing talent early in the NFL draft, and Illinois safety Kerby Joseph in the third round.

Detroit took Paschal at No. 46 overall, using the pick it acquired from Minnesota after moving up in the first round to take Alabama receiver Jameson Williams. Paschal is a a cancer survivor, who underwent three surgeries along with monthly immunotherapy in 2018 to treat malignant melanoma in his right foot.

The Lions drafted Illinois safety Kerby Joseph late in the third round.