1. Bengals – LSU quarterback Joe Burrow

Quick turnaround potential with Burrow, A.J. Green, Joe Mixon, Tyler Boyd, and John Ross.

 

  1. Redskins – Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young

 This year’s premier pass rusher completes Redskins underrated defensive front.

 

  1. Dolphins (Trade Up) – Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas

Fins use league-most ammunition to land left tackle, then quarterback of future later.

 

  1. Giants – Iowa offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs

 I think G-Men are locked in on a tackle here: Wirfs, Jedrick Wills, or Andrew Thomas.

 

  1. Lions (Trade Down) – Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown

 326-pound man child lends credibility to NFL’s weakest interior defensive line.

 

  1. Chargers – Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa

Bolts can drop Tagovailoa into ideal environment with year to learn behind Tyrod Taylor.

 

  1. Panthers – Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah

 No-brainer pick for defense-deficient Carolina after James Bradberry’s departure.

 

  1. Cardinals – Alabama offensive tackle Jedrick Wills

 Arizona shores up right tackle after trotting out swinging-gate Justin Murray last year.

 

  1. Falcons (Trade Up) – Florida cornerback C.J. Henderson

 Twitched-up Henderson starts day one in Atlanta’s barely-there secondary.

 

  1. Broncos (Trade Up) – Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs

 With 4.27 jets, Ruggs is perfect complement to established No. 1 WR Courtland Sutton.

 

  1. Jets – Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton

Gang Green’s needs are many, but none more so than protecting Sam Darnold.

 

  1. Raiders – Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb

 Updated 3-WR set: Lamb, Tyrell Williams, and Hunter Renfrow. Darren Waller at tight end.

 

  1. 49ers – Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy

 Jeudy’s separation skills would add new dimension to Kyle Shanahan’s attack.

 

  1. Dolphins (Trade Up) – Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert

 Fins use portion of 14-pick arsenal to move up for quarterback of the future.

 

  1. Browns (Trade Down) – Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons

Browns trade for Trent Williams and end Simmons’ somewhat surprising slide.

 

  1. Jaguars (Trade Down) – South Carolina defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw

Various medical concerns push this interior dominator into the middle teens.

 

  1. Cowboys – LSU edge rusher K’Lavon Chaisson

Inconsistent pass rush was fatal flaw of the Cowboys’ 2019 defense.

 

  1. Bucs (Trade Down) – USC offensive tackle Austin Jackson

 Bucs have a small window to win and need to keep Tom Brady upright.

 

  1. Raiders – Clemson cornerback A.J. Terrell

Raiders reunite Terrell with college teammate Trayvon Mullen to solidify longtime weakness.

 

  1. Jaguars – Utah State quarterback Jordan Love

Love poses high-ceiling competition for 2019 sixth-round pick Gardner Minshew.

 

  1. Eagles – LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson

This year’s cleanest WR prospect starts in slot between Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson.

 

  1. Vikings – Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson

 Johnson and Mike Hughes team up to succeed Xavier Rhodes and Trae Waynes.

 

  1. Patriots – Boise State offensive lineman Ezra Cleveland

 The Pats trade Joe Thuney and replace him with pass-pro extraordinaire Cleveland.

 

  1. Saints – LSU linebacker Patrick Queen

Saints keep Queen in Louisiana with Kiko Alonso rehabbing ACL and A.J. Klein gone to Buffalo.

 

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

 Vikings seek to repair pass defense with first-round picks at corner and outside rusher.

 

  1. Dolphins – Michigan center Cesar Ruiz

 Miami emerges from round one with its left tackle, quarterback, and center of the future.

 

  1. Seahawks — Alabama safety Xavier McKinney

 Seahawks’ middle-of-field defense is aging and headed for near-term transition.

 

  1. Ravens – Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray

 Highly athletic with off-the-charts intangibles, Murray fills need and fits Ravens’ culture.

 

  1. Titans – Georgia offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson

 Colossal presence at 6-foot-7, 350 replaces Jack Conklin at right tackle.

 

  1. Packers – Baylor WR Denzel Mims

Kenny Golladay lookalike is exciting bookend for do-it-all No. 1 WR Davante Adams.

 

  1. 49ers – LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton

 Richard Sherman is 32, and San Francisco’s right cornerback spot is a revolving door.

 

  1. Chiefs – TCU defensive tackle Ross Blacklock

 Up-field penetrator clears runway for Chiefs to trade franchise-tagged DT Chris Jones.