Anthony Barr, 6th draft pick for Atlanta Falcons: The Atlanta Falcons struggled with defensive problems and definitely need a game changer on their team. Getting Anthony Barr will go a long way—he is probably the best pure defensive talent available in this draft. The Falcons will do a lot there.
Marqise Lee, 15th draft pick for Pittsburgh Steelers: The Pittsburgh Steelers need offensive weapons this season to help out Ben Roethlisberger, and getting someone like Marqise Lee would really cause defenses trouble who already struggle in dealing with Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders.
David Yankey, 26th draft pick for Cleveland Browns: The Cleveland Browns would love to get more talent and have a really impressive offensive line, and getting a pure road grader like David Yankey would really help out the run game.
Trent Murphy, 28th draft pick for New England Patriots: The New England Patriots could use more talent on their front seven, and Murphy is definitely an efficient technician that would mesh well with New England’s system.
Ed Reynolds, 31st draft pick for Denver Broncos: The Denver Broncos always are looking to upgrade defensively, particularly with a pretty average secondary. Getting Reynolds might be the type of talent they need to get the best defense on the backline.
(25th: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu was mentioned as the pick for the San Diego Chargers, but he'll be returning for his senior year at Oregon.)
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