1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M
Even though the Browns are still looking for their franchise quarterback, passing on a sure talent like Myles Garrett would be a costly move. Since there is no lock for top QB in this class, the Browns will look to address that need later and focus on improving their defense.
2. San Francisco 49ers: DeShaun Watson, QB, Clemson
This pick could go so many different directions. The 49ers have a new management and coach running this team. Now they need themselves a QB. If they sign one in free agency, they could look to focus on the defensive side of the ball. As of right now, their best option would be Watson because he has proved he can win. The 49ers will realize that when they hand him the keys to the franchise.
3. Chicago Bears: Mitch Trubisky, QB, UNC
The Bears are another team that are in need of QB, but could also go in other directions. They have money to spend this offseason and little room for error. With Jonathan Allen and Solomon Thomas still on the board, the Bears choose their signal caller of the future. The Jay Cutler days are over.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jonathan Allen, DL, Alabama
The Jags get to choose the best prospect that falls to them. Tom Coughlin has won Super Bowls with great defenses and a solid offensive line. The Jags had what seemed to be a great offseason last year, but it did not translate to this season. Jonathan Allen slides nicely right into the defensive line next to Dante Fowler and Malik Jackson.
5. Tennessee Titans (from Rams): Malik Hooker, FS, Ohio State
The Titans have two first round picks to add to an almost playoff team. With their first pick, they could look to reach on a WR, but could get the better value later in the first. With this pick they'll look to get that do-it-all safety that's hard to come by. The former Buckeye will be a ballhawk in AFC South for years to come.
6. New York Jets: Marshon Lattimore, DB, Ohio State
The Jets need to seriously upgrade their secondary this offseason. With Darrelle Revis slowing down (not to mention his off field issues), the Jets will look to fill that void. Marshon Lattimore is the second straight Buckeye DB off the board. Lattimore will be able to come in and start from day one.
7. Los Angeles Chargers: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson
Mike Williams solidified himself as the top WR with his performance in the national championship game. The Chargers look to give Philip Rivers a true top wideout to line up across from Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams.
8. Carolina Panthers: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
Jonathan Stewart isn't getting any younger and Mike Tolbert is more of a goal line back then a solid backup running back. Leonard is the most physically gifted RB to come out since Adrian Peterson. Imagine lining up in a formation with Cam Newton under center and both Leonard Fournette and Jonathan Stewart in the backfield. That is scary.
9. Cincinnati Bengals: Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama
A down year for the Bengals gives them an opportunity to improve their defense. The Bengals will give their defense another mean and tough linebacker. Foster next to Burfict is a crazy good linebacker duo for the future.
10. Buffalo Bills: Jamal Adams, DB, LSU
The Bills have a tough decision on what to do with CB Stephon Gilmore. After up and down years, the Bills maybe willing to part ways with their former first round pick. Jamal Adams is too good of a talent to pass up here.
11. Saints: Sidney Jones, CB, Washington
The Saints secondary was so easily picked apart last year. They will have to prioritize the defensive side of the ball this offseason and hope to find their franchise cornerback in Sidney Jones.
12. Browns (from Eagles): Deshone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame
The Browns passed on their franchise QB with the top pick, but they won't at 12. This pick could be traded for Jimmy G or used for something else. It's obvious that the Browns have to take a QB at some point in this draft.
13. Arizona Cardinals: Teez Tabor, CB, Florida
The Secondary might not seem like a glaring need to the Cardinals, but they need to find a player to line up across from Patrick Peterson. Teez can step in from day one and help take the load of PP21.
14. Indianapolis Colts * (coin flip): Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
Andrew Luck needs weapons, badly. Dalvin had a historic career as a Seminole and could be the perfect running back to pair with Luck for the future. Cook's ability to catch out of the backfield makes him a versatile option for the Colts.
15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings) * (coin flip): Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan
Carson Wentz was a nice surprise for the Birds, but as the season progressed, Wentz started to run out of options. Corey Davis is a true No. 1 wideout. He has the measurements, size and speed to be a solid wide receiver in the league.
16. Baltimore Ravens: Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama
Baltimore needs their next great edge rusher and Tim Williams can easily live up to that role. Williams has all the talent to succeed at the next level, but attitude and character concerns can cause him to fall. The Ravens will take the character risks because of his potential.
17. Washington Redskins: Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford
Solomon Thomas is a huge question mark. He has been mocked all over the place. As a defensive end, Thomas relies on his athleticism and speed to dominate an opposing offense. Thomas will be a great fit across from Ryan Kerrigan in the Skins defense.
18. Tennessee Titans: OJ Howard, TE, Alabama
The Titans would love to grab either Mike Williams or Corey Davis here, but since both are taken, they don't want to reach on a WR who may not be able to live up to an NFL WR1. OJ Howard has the skills of a wideout, but causes matchup nightmares as a TE. Marcus Mariota will love having two TE's with Howard and Walker. The Titans offense after this pick is a WR away from being one of the league's best.
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: John Ross, WR, Washington
Tampa badly needs a WR to pair with Mike Evans, and John Ross is the perfect compliment. Evans is a big WR who uses his size, whereas Ross uses his speed and route running to beat defenders.
20. Denver Broncos: Ryan Ramczyk, OL, Wisconsin
The fact that the first offensive lineman that comes off the board is at number 20 is crazy. A year after their Super Bowl victory, the Broncos need to retool their offensive line and find a starting tackle for the future. Ramczyk took an alternative route here, but that doesn't diminish his skills. Ramczyk will start from day one and replace the absence of Russell Okung.
21. Detroit Lions: Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan
The Lions need help all over their defensive line. They choose to keep an instate talent home. Charlton could become the next JPP. He was an explosive force on the Wolverines defensive line and will be a nice compliment to Ezekiel Ansah.
22. Miami Dolphins: Hassan Reddick, OLB, Temple
Following a tremendous Senior Bowl, Reddick has been one of the biggest risers. An OLB who can play as an edge rusher in the NFL will be a nice replacement to Oliver Vernon that Mario Williams was not.
23. New York Giants: David Njoku, TE, Miami
The Giants lack of TE really hurt them this season. Njoku is an athletic freak and is similar to former Hurricane Greg Olsen. Njoku will open up the field for OBJ.
24. Oakland Raiders: Marlon Humphrey, DB, Alabama
The Raiders secondary is a piece or two away from making that defense elite. Marlon Humphrey is a no brainer at this position. Humphrey will start opposite of Sean Smith and will be a staple in the secondary for years to come.
25. Houston Texans: Garett Boles, OL, Utah
Houston needs to figure out its QB situation, which could be fixed by Tony Romo. If that is the case, they will need to protect him and keep him healthy. Boles will bring in much needed youth and competition to an injured OL.
26. Seattle Seahawks: Cam Robinson, OL, Alabama
The Seahawks need to find a solid left and right tackle to protect Russell Wilson. Robinson is a freak athlete and could be a franchise left tackle. Though some off field issues could lead Robinson too fall down the board, the combine will make teams realize he is the real deal.
27. Kansas City Chiefs: Zach Cunningham, OLB, Vanderbilt
The Chiefs have one of the best defenses in football but they aren't getting any younger, especially at linebacker. Derrick Johnson has been a Chief his entire career, but his time is almost here. They should look to replace him with Cunningham.
28. Dallas Cowboys: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee
They have gambled with defensive ends with character issues in the past that haven't panned out. Barnett is an explosive edge rusher who haunted SEC offenses and will look to be the future of Dallas D-Line.
29. Green Bay Packers: Quincy Tabor, CB, Florida
The Packers struggled in coverage last year, especially in the second half of the season. Other parts of the defense could be addressed, but Tabor's fall will end here. He will look to battle for a starting spot from the get-go.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jabrill Peppers, S/LB, Michigan
This is an interesting pick. Jabrill Peppers has all the skills in the world to dominate on a football field, but the major question is what position he will play at the next level. The football freak will most likely play in the "Deone Bucannon" role in the next level for the Steelers.
31. Atlanta Falcons: Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State
The Falcons defense fell apart in the second half of the Super Bowl, and it showed they need to solidify their defensive line. After the first half of pressuring Brady, Their D-Line was almost non existent in the second half. McDowell will be a run stopper and middle pass rusher that would be a nice fit next to Vic Beasley.
32. New England Patriots: Takkarist McKinleym OLB/Edge, UCLA
The Super Bowl champs will take a risk on this all-pro potential edge rusher. This kid is a freak and could be a nice replacement to Chandler Jones. McKinley has the potential of being an all-pro and could be the main focal point of the Patriots defense of the future.