- Buffalo - Ed Oliver DT Houston
2. Cleveland - Trey Adams T Washington - The Browns want to replace Joe Thomas and protect Baker Mayfield’s future. Adam’s is the top offensive lineman on the board and a franchise left tackle prospect.
3. Jets - Nick Bosa DE Ohio State
4. Indianapolis - Raekwon Davis DT Alabama
5. Chicago - David Edwards T Wisconsin
6. Arizona - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
7. Giants - Justin Herbert QB Oregon - The draft’s worst teams have drafted a lot of QBs recently so Herbert falls to a team that needs a new franchise QB. Herbert could go as high as number one though if a team needs a QB, or trades up.
8. Miami - Drew Lock QB Missouri
9. Tampa Bay - A.J. Brown WR Mississippi
10. Washington - Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson
11. Seattle - Rashan Gary DT Michigan
12. Denver - Derrick Brown DT Auburn
13. Detroit - Devin White LB LSU
14. Cincinnati - Joe Jackson DE Miami
15. San Francisco - Greedy Williams CB LSU
16. Tennessee - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
17. Carolina - Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State
18. Oakland - Greg Little T Mississippi
19. Kansas City - Jonah Williams T Alabama
20. Dallas - Zach Allen DE Boston College
21. Baltimore - Jeff Simmons DT Mississippi State
22, Atlanta - Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
23. Houston - Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson
24. Green Bay - Rodney Anderson RB Oklahoma
25. Chargers - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
26. Minnesota - Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma
27. New Orleans - Shea Patterson QB Michigan
28. Jacksonville - Jarrett Stidham QB Auburn
29. Pittsburgh - Taylor Rapp S Washington - Rapp could be this year’s best safety in a weak class for the position and that should get him into the first round.
30. Rams - Jalen Jelks DE Oregon - Jelks is the deadly combo of size, strength, and athleticism who can hold up against the run but also destroy backfields with explosion. The class is deep with defensive linemen, so he’s a great value late in the first round.
31. New England - Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern
32. Philadelphia - Bryce Love RB Stanford - The nation’s best player sneaks into the first round. RBs of his size have had trouble in the NFL lately, but he’s not just your typical first/second round talent RB. He’s special enough to take a chance on.