1. Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett-Defensive End-Texas A&M
The Cleveland Browns have a ton of needs heading into the National Football League Draft, and a good place to start is to pick the best player that will be available.
2. San Francisco 49ers- Mitch Trubisky-Quarterback-North Carolina
The San Francisco 49ers are set to begin life with a new general manager in John Lynch, and a new head coach in Kyle Shanahan as it only makes sense for them to find a new franchise quarterback as well.
3. Chicago Bears-Jonathan Allen-Defensive Tackle-Alabama
In order for the Chicago Bears to once again be a player in the NFC North, they are going to have to get tougher in the trenches.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars-Dalvin Cook-Running Back-Florida State
In 2016, the Jacksonville Jaguars leading rusher was running back T.J. Yeldon with just 465 which is all that you’ll need to know why they must select a running back here.
5. Tennessee Titans-Solomon Thomas-Defensive End-Stanford
The Tennessee Titans are on the cusp of being the team to beat in the AFC South. And with Dick LeBeau as the Titans defensive coordinator, it’s time to stockpile up on versatile edge rushers.
6. New York Jets-Marshon Lattimore-Cornerback-Ohio State
There are numerous ways that the New York Jets can go with this selection. But with an aging Darrelle Revis at cornerback, the Jets must get younger in the secondary.
7. Los Angeles Chargers-Malik Hooker-Free Safety-Ohio State
2016 saw the Los Angeles Chargers go out of their way to lose games, and a turnaround begins with solidifying the secondary.
8. Carolina Panthers- Leonard Fourtnette-Running Back-LSU
The Carolina Panthers love to run the football which is something that they got away from last year. But it won’t take the Panthers that long to get back to what won them the NFC Championship in 2015.
9. Cincinnati Bengals-Mike Williams-Wide Receiver-Clemson
Injuries have taken away from the effectiveness of wide receiver A.J. Green, and it’s time for the Cincinnati Bengals to add some depth at the position.
10. Buffalo Bills-DeShone Kizer-Quarterback-Notre Dame
This selection will signal the end of Tyrod Taylor’s time with the Buffalo Bills.
11. New Orleans Saints-Zach Cunningham-Outside Linebacker-Vanderbilt
The NFC South is littered with quality quarterbacks, and if the New Orleans Saints are going to get to the playoffs for the first time since 2013, they are going to need more pass rushers.
12. Cleveland Browns-Reuben Foster-Inside Linebacker-Alabama
Browns head coach Hue Jackson is looking to change the culture within his locker room. And what a better way to begin that process than by bringing in a player such as Reuben Foster who is a winner.
13. Arizona Cardinals-Ryan Ramczyk-Offensive Tackle-Wisconsin
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer was sacked 40 times last year. And if the Cardinals are going to entertain any chances of making the Super Bowl, they must protect Palmer.
14. Indianapolis Colts-Cam Robinson-Offensive Tackle-Alabama
For too long the Indianapolis Colts organization has asked quarterback Andrew Luck to do too much by himself. Luck is one of the better play makers in the NFL, but he needs protection in front of him.
15. Philadelphia Eagles-Teez Tabor-Cornerback-Florida
In a division with wide receivers such as Dez Bryant, Odell Beckham Jr., and DeSean Jackson, the Philadelphia Eagles need as many athletes as possible in their secondary.
16. Baltimore Ravens-Derek Barnett-Defensive End-Tennessee
When the Baltimore Ravens are at their best, they are rushing the passer.
17. Washington Redskins-Jamal Adams-Strong Safety-LSU
Last season the Washington Redskins were 25th in the NFL in pass defense as they need a play maker in their secondary.
18. Tennessee Titans-Jabril Peppers-Strong Safety-Michigan
Don’t expect the Titans to be pushed around defensively in 2017.
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-O.J. Howard-Tight End-Alabama
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have their franchise quarterback as they are continuing the process of putting quality players around him at the skill positions.
20. Denver Broncos-Christian McCaffrey-Running Back-Stanford
For many years wide receiver Ed McCaffrey was one of the go-to guys for quarterback John Elway with the Denver Broncos. And with Elway now serving as the Broncos executive vice president of football operations, he’ll find another play maker from Stanford who’ll make a huge impact in Denver.
21. Detroit Lions-Taco Charlton-Defensive End-Michigan
Last year the Detroit Lions only managed to register 26 sacks, and if they’re going to overtake the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North, they must find a way to get to quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
22. Miami Dolphins-David Njoku-Tight End-Miami
David Njoku won’t spend that much money on moving expenses as he’ll just move to another locker room at Hard Rock Stadium.
23. New York Giants-Carl Lawson-Defensive End-Auburn
Just in case that the New York Giants don’t re-sign defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, they’ll get themselves some insurance.
24. Oakland Raiders-Marlon Humphrey-Cornerback-Alabama
The Oakland Raiders issues in their secondary were exposed when quarterback Derek Carr suffered a fractured fibula. And if the Raiders are going to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender, they must improve the secondary.
25. Houston Texans-Takkarist McKinley-Outside Linebacker-UCLA
If the Houston Texans can get themselves a quality veteran quarterback, they’ll have a championship caliber defense to pair him with.
26. Seattle Seahawks-Garrett Bolles-Offensive Tackle-Utah
The Seattle Seahawks don’t resemble the team that won the Super Bowl in 2013. And for the Seahawks to get back to being a championship team, they are going to have to run the football more effectively, while also protecting quarterback Russell Wilson which begins with better play on the offensive line.
27. Kansas City Chiefs-Corey Davis-Wide Receiver-Western Michigan
There is a huge drop off in the passing offense of the Kansas City Chiefs once you eliminate tight end Travis Kelce from the equation as they need some more production from the wide receiver position.
28. Dallas Cowboys-Charles Harris-Defensive End-Missouri
The Dallas Cowboys were 14th in the NFL last year in total defense, but through injuries and suspensions, they lacked a game changing edge rusher.
29. Green Bay Packers-Desmond King-Cornerback-Iowa
With the issues that the Green Bay Packers had in their secondary last season, they could use a tough minded player in the unit who can also contribute on special teams if asked to.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers-Tim Williams-Outside Linebacker-Alabama
Bud Dupree has begun to show flashes as a quality edge rusher for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but this team needs a versatile enforcer for the unit.
31. Atlanta Falcons-Evan engram-Tight End-Ole Miss
As good as the Atlanta Falcons offense is, they still need a tight end who can take some pressure off of wide receiver Julio Jones.
32. New England Patriots- Dan Feeney-Guard-Indiana
The rich get richer as the defending Super Bowl Champions will continue to add depth on the offensive line in front of quarterback Tom Brady.