- Cleveland - Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
- San Francisco - Jonathan Allen DE Alabama
- Chicago - Mitch Trubisky QB North Carolina
- Jacksonville - Malik Hooker S Ohio State
- Tennessee - Jamal Adams S LSU
- Jets - Leonard Fournette RB LSU
- Chargers - Solomon Thomas DE Stanford - Thomas solidified himself as a Top 10 pick and the best defensive end after Garrett and Allen at the combine. He would be too good for the Chargers to pass up, especially since he could allow them to play Joey Bosa at linebacker more.
- Carolina - Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
- Cincinnati - Reuben Foster LB Alabama
- Buffalo - Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
- New Orleans - Derek Barnett DE Tennessee
- Cleveland - Sidney Jones CB Washington - A player with Jones’ length and speed simply doesn’t come along very often and I doubt he falls out of the top half of the first round. The Browns need major secondary help and Jones could quickly turn into a lock down corner at the next level.
- Arizona - DeShone Kizer QB Notre Dame
- Philadelphia - Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
- Indianapolis - Cam Robinson T Alabama
- Baltimore - Taco Charlton DE Michigan
- Washington - Zach Cunningham LB Vanderbilt
- Tennessee - Mike Williams WR Clemson
- Tampa Bay - Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford - McCaffrey didn’t have a great combine, but I think teams will see through that and see he is simply one of the best playmakers in the draft and a one-of-a-kind player. The Buccaneers desperately need a running back and one like McCaffrey who isn’t just the 225-pound grinder who is much easier to find would be a nice get.
- Denver - John Ross WR Washington - Ross solidified himself as a first rounder pick by running the fastest 40 of all-time at the combine. The Broncos need playmakers for their young quarterback. How about a speed demon like Ross?
- Detroit - Caleb Brantley DT Florida
- Miami - Charles Harris DE Missouri
- Giants - O.J. Howard TE Alabama
- Oakland - Jabril Peppers S Michigan
- Houston - Patrick Mahomes QB Texas Tech
- Seattle - Garett Bolles T Utah - Bolles upped his already hot stock at the combine by running a 4.9 40. He would be a huge steal for the Seahawks if available here as they really need to upgrade their offensive line.
- Kansas City - Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
- Dallas - Adoree’ Jackson CB USC - Jackson’s stock has gone up and down, but the 4.3 he ran at the combine locked him in the first round. The Cowboys need help all over their defense and Jackson is the best value here.
- Green Bay - Gareon Conley CB Ohio State
- Pittsburgh - Takkarist McKinley DE UCLA - McKinley is hurt and kept him from making a statement at the combine, but he is a first round prospect in my opinion. The Steelers could use a pass rusher on the edge and McKinley is one of the best in the draft.
- Atlanta - Dawuane Smoot DE Illinois
- New England - Tre’Davious White CB LSU
33. Cleveland - Deshaun Watson QB Clemson
34. San Francisco - Curtis Samuel WR Ohio State
35. Jacksonville - Ryan Ramcyzk T Wisconsin
36. Chicago - Jalen Tabor CB Florida
37. Rams - Forrest Lamp G Western Kentucky
38. Chargers - Haason Reddick LB Temple
39. Jets - T.J. Watt LB Wisconsin
40. Carolina - Dion Dawkins T Temple
41. Cincinnati - Obi Melifonwu S UConn
42. New Orleans - Ahkello Witherspoon CB Colorado - Witherspoon blew up at the combine with crazy 40 and vertical numbers for a 6’3 200 cornerback. The Saints need to reload at corner and Witherspoon has unlimited potential.
43. Philadelphia - Zay Jones WR East Carolina
44. Buffalo Evan Engram TE Mississippi
45. Arizona - Tanoh Kpassagnon DE Villanova
46. Indianapolis - Alvin Kamara RB Tennessee
47. Baltimore - Dan Feeney G Indiana
48. Minnesota - D’Onta Foreman RB Texas
49. Washington - Justin Evans S Texas A&M
50. Tampa Bay - Fabian Moreau CB UCLA - Another combine star, Moreau ran a 4.3 40 at 6’1 200. The Buccaneers really need better cornerbacks and Moreau has fantastic skills for the second round.
51. Denver - Jarrad David LB Florida
52. Cleveland - JuJu Smith-Schuster WR USC - Smith-Schuster had a nice combine, but fell behind other players with more speed. The Browns need receiving options for their young quarterback and a big player with speed would be a nice pick.
53. Detroit - Jourdan Lewis CB Michigan
54. Miami - Quincy Wilson CB Florida
55. Giants - Jordan Willis DE Kansas State
56. Oakland - Malik McDowell DE Michigan State
57. Houston - Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
58. Seattle - Marcus Williams S Utah - Williams is quietly one of the best safeties in the draft as a player with great size, speed and physicality. The Seahawks need to reload their signature secondary.
59. Kansas City - Davis Webb QB Cal - Webb impressed at the combine and is the best quarterback in the draft after the first four. The Chiefs need to find a young quarterback to replace Alex Smith.
60. Dallas - Tim Williams DE Alabama
61. Green Bay - Chris Wormley DE Michigan
62. Pittsburgh - Gerald Everett TE South Alabama
63. Atlanta - Marcus Maye S Florida
64. New England - Carlos Watkins DT Clemson