1. Detroit Lions – Laremy Tunsil – offensive tackle – Ole Miss
One of the reasons Matt Stafford has been struggling is the amount of pressure he’s been seeing. Tunsil is the best offensive tackle in the class and NFL teams won’t care too much about his ongoing NCAA investigation.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Ronnie Stanley – offensive tackle – Notre Dame
Luke Joeckel is a bust and the Jaguars need to upgrade their offensive line if they want to help Blake Bortles develop.
3. Baltimore Ravens – Joey Bosa – defensive end – Ohio State
Terrell Suggs career is likely over and the Ravens need to find a new pass rush, as they have struggled mightily in that area this year.
4. Kansas City Chiefs – Robert Nkemdiche – defensive tackle – Ole Miss
One of my favorite players in this class, Nkemdiche is an explosive player and can free up space for Tamba Hali and Justin Houston off the edge.
5. Tennessee Titans – Jalen Ramsey – defensive back – Florida State
The Titans need to upgrade their secondary and Ramsey can play both corner and safety at a very high level.
6. Chicago Bears – Jared Goff – quarterback – California
The Jay Cutler era is coming to a close and the Bears need a new signal caller. Goff looks to be the best of a very weak bunch this year.
7. Cleveland Browns – Laquon Treadwell – wide receiver – Ole Miss
The Browns are in desperate need of a true #1 receiver for whoever is playing quarterback for them.
8. Houston Texans – Vernon Hargreaves – defensive back – Florida
The best true cornerback in the class, Hargreaves is a must get for the Texans’s struggling pass defense.
9. Washington Redskins – Tyler Boyd – wide receiver – Pittsburgh
DeSean Jackson isn’t the player Washington thought he’d be and they need a go-to receiver for the quarterback they are going to draft in the second round.
10. San Francisco 49ers – Jaylon Smith – linebacker – Notre Dame
Injuries and retirement destroyed the linebacker depth for the 49ers, but Jaylon Smith is a special talent that is a steal right here.
11. San Diego Chargers – A’Shawn Robinson – defensive tackle – Alabama
One of the more underrated players in the class, Robinson is a stout defensive tackle who is very powerful and difficult to move.
12. New Orleans Saints – Josh Doctson – wide receiver – TCU
Doctson is an older player at 24 years old, but can help Drew Brees stretch the field right away.
13. Seattle Seahawks – Taylor Decker – offensive tackle – Ohio State
Seattle’s offensive line has been abysmal this season and major changes need to happen.
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jack Conklin – offensive tackle – Michigan State
Tampa needs to upgrade and develop offensive line talent around Jameis Winston.
15. Miami Dolphins – Kendall Fuller – defensive back – Virginia Tech
Fuller is out with an injury right now but should be healthy for the combine. When healthy, he’s been dominant on the field at corner.
16. Oakland Raiders – Myles Jack – linebacker – UCLA
Myles Jack and Khalil Mack on the same defense will scare offensive coordinators sleepless.
17. St. Louis Rams – Michael Thomas – wide receiver – Ohio State
The biggest need for the Rams is a true #1 receiver because Tavon Austin is solely a slot option.
18. Dallas Cowboys – Ezekiel Elliott – running back – Ohio State
After parting ways with DeMarco Murray, the Cowboys need a running back who can carry the load like he did. Luckily, Elliott is a special talent that can do exactly that and more.
19. New York Giants – Tra’Davious White – defensive back – LSU
The Giants need to upgrade their pass defense in a division with Dez Bryant and the Eagles offense.
20. Buffalo Bills – Paxton Lynch – quarterback – Memphis
A quarterback who’s stock has been on the rise, Lynch can come in and develop for a bit because Tyrod Taylor certainly isn’t the future in Buffalo.
21. Minnesota Vikings – Tony Conner – defensive back – Ole Miss
A good secondary option for the Vikings in a division with major passing threats.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers – Cameron Sutton – defensive back – Tennessee
The Steelers have been neglecting the cornerback position as of late and it’s showing up on the score board.
23. New York Jets – Scooby Wright – linebacker – Arizona
One of the more dynamic players in the class when healthy, Scooby can come in and bolster the (already) league’s best front seven.
24. Atlanta Falcons – Emmanuel Ogbah – defensive end – Oklahoma State
They landed Vic Beasley last year, but they can draft Ogbah to team up with him on the other end.
25. Indianapolis Colts – Shilique Calhoun – defensive end – Michigan State
The Colts pass rush has been dreadful this year and they need help immediately.
26. Philadelphia Eagles – Vandal Alexander – offensive guard – LSU
A tackle right now, Alexander projects to be a guard at the next level and can help the Eagles’ struggling rushing offense.
27. Arizona Cardinals – DeForest Buckner – defensive end – Oregon
One of the staples of Arizona’s defense is the pass rush, and Arizona has struggled in that area this year.
28. Carolina Panthers – Derrick Henry – running back – Alabama
Jonathan Stewart doesn’t have much left in the tank and Henry is a bruising downhill runner who can develop behind Stewart for a season or two.
29. Denver Broncos – Hunter Henry – tight end – Arkansas
The Broncos land their tight end of the future for when Brock Osweiler eventually takes over at quarterback.
30. Green Bay Packers – Su’a Cravens – linebacker – USC
A versatile player, Cravens can come in and start at a variety of positions so the Packers can move Clay Matthews around.
31. Cincinnati Bengals – Demarcus Robinson – wide receiver – Florida
A.J. Green isn’t going anywhere, but Robinson’s presence will draw some double-teams away from Green to free him up.
32. New England Patriots – forfeit