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Last Updated: April 20th at 8:51am ET

 

  1. Bengals – LSU quarterback Joe Burrow

 Burrow’s addition positions Bengals for a quick offensive turnaround.

 

  1. Redskins – Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young

Skins land this year’s top pass rusher to complete an underrated defensive front.

 

  1. Lions – Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown

No NFL team has a weaker defensive line than Detroit, especially on the interior.

 

  1. Giants – Alabama offensive tackle Jedrick Wills

 Wills starts day one at right tackle and eventually replaces Nate Solder on the left.

 

  1. Dolphins – Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert

The Dolphins’ Herbert infatuation hasn’t wavered throughout draft season.

 

  1. Chargers – Iowa offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs

 GM Tom Telesco is all-in on finally repairing the Chargers’ offensive line.

 

  1. Panthers – Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons

 Carolina lands the draft’s most versatile defender following Luke Kuechly’s retirement.

 

  1. Cardinals – Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah

 Okudah falls further than expected to solidify a longtime weakness opposite Patrick Peterson.

 

  1. Jaguars – Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa

The Jags have recently passed on Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, and Lamar Jackson.

 

  1. Browns – Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas

 Thomas fills huge need and helps further Browns’ emphasis on building a physical offense.

 

  1. Jets – Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton

 Jets must devote most of their 2020 draft to propping up Sam Darnold.

 

  1. Raiders – Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy

Former 49ers assistant Jon Gruden will see similarities between Jeudy and Jerry Rice.

 

  1. 49ers – Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb

 Lamb gives Niners true No. 1 WR talent to complement swiss-army-knife Deebo Samuel.

 

  1. Bucs – USC offensive tackle Austin Jackson

 Early-first run on offensive linemen forces Bucs to reach a bit to protect Tom Brady.

 

  1. Broncos – Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs

 With 4.27 speed, Ruggs would add new dimension opposite Courtland Sutton.

 

  1. Falcons – Florida cornerback C.J. Henderson

 Toolsy and twitched-up cover corner warrants comparisons to Stephon Gilmore.

 

  1. Cowboys – Michigan center Cesar Ruiz

 Draft’s best center by wide margin replaces Travis Frederick.

 

  1. Dolphins – LSU edge rusher K’Lavon Chaisson

 Dolphins bolster passing game, then pass defense with first two first-round picks.

 

  1. Raiders – Clemson cornerback A.J. Terrell

 Raiders reunite Terrell and Trayvon Mullen in quest to solidify longtime trouble spot.

 

  1. Jaguars – LSU linebacker Patrick Queen

 Jags never filled gap left by Telvin Smith’s surprise retirement.

 

  1. Eagles – LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson

 Day-one starter in slot between DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery.

 

  1. Vikings – Houston offensive tackle Josh Jones

 Offensive line play continues to be Minnesota’s most glaring weakness.

 

  1. Patriots – South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw

 Patriots end a falling-stock Kinlaw’s slide due to medical concerns.

 

  1. Saints – Utah State quarterback Jordan Love

 Sean Payton has stated desire for talented QB to groom behind Drew Brees, Taysom Hill.

 

  1. Vikings – Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson

 Johnson pairs with Mike Hughes to help replace Xavier Rhodes and Trae Waynes.

 

  1. Dolphins – Alabama safety Xavier McKinney

 Defensive-minded Brian Flores could coach up McKinney into a rich man’s Pat Chung.

 

  1. Seahawks – Boise State offensive lineman Ezra Cleveland

 Seattle stays out west to draft one of this year’s premier pass-protecting linemen.

 

  1. Ravens – Penn State edge rusher Yetur Gross-Matos

 Matt Judon is Baltimore’s lone edge-rush threat, and he is wearing the franchise tag.

 

  1. Titans – Georgia offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson

 A mauling brawler with colossal size to replace Jack Conklin at right tackle.

 

  1. Packers – Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray

 Murray’s athleticism and versatility make him a perfect fit for Mike Pettine’s scheme.

 

  1. 49ers – TCU defensive tackle Ross Blacklock

 Blacklock helps replace DeForest Buckner at a much cheaper cost.

 

  1. Chiefs – Wisconsin linebacker Zack Baun

 Injects twitchiness and explosion into plodding second level of Kansas City’s defense.