1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QB Jameis Winston, Florida State
Winston seems to be locked in as the first overall pick in the draft.
2. Tennessee Titans: QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon
Whether to the Titans or to another team via trade, it seems likely that Mariota will go second overall.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Dante Fowler Jr., Florida
It is time for the Jaguars to spend a first round pick on a defender and Fowler fits their scheme well.
4. Oakland Raiders: DL Leonard Williams, USC
Wide receiver is a common selection here, but if Williams is still around, he could be the pick.
5. Washington Redskins: OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson
Washington added to their defensive line in free agency, but they still need to improve their pass rush.
7. Chicago Bears: WR Kevin White, West Virginia
With Brandon Marshall traded away, the Bears have a need at wide receiver.
8. Atlanta Falcons: DE Alvin Dupree, Kentucky
With new head coach Dan Quinn in tow, the Falcons are looking to build their defense––specifically their pass rush.
9. New York Giants: OT Brandon Scherff, Iowa
Protecting Eli Manning is of the utmost importance for the Giants.
10. St. Louis Rams: OT Andrus Peat, Stanford
While the Rams selected Greg Robinson in the first round last season, they still have holes on their offensive line.
11. Minnesota Vikings: CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State
Waynes would be a good fit in the Vikings’ defensive scheme and the team is known to be looking for a cornerback.
12. Cleveland Browns: WR DeVante Parker, Louisville
The addition of Parker completes the Browns overhaul of their wide receiving corps.
13. New Orleans Saints: OLB Shane Ray, Missouri
A lack of pass rush really hurt New Orleans last season, so expect them to address the position early in the draft.
14. Miami Dolphins: RB Todd Gurley, Georgia
Lamar Miller may have rushed for over 1,000 yards last season, but the Dolphins may still want Gurley.
15. San Francisco 49ers: DE Arik Armstead, Oregon
Armstead is a high-upside defensive end and would be Justin Smith’s replacement.
16. Houston Texans: WR Breshad Perriman, UCF
The Texans can go plenty of different directions, but adding a speedy makes sense here.
17. San Diego Chargers: RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
Assuming the Chargers don’t trade Phillip Rivers away to acquire Marcus Mariota, adding Gordon would make sense here, bolstering their run game.
18. Kansas City Chiefs: C Cameron Erving, Florida State
Andy Reid loves to draft linemen in the first round and the Chiefs need help on the offensive line.
19. Cleveland Browns (via Buffalo): DT Danny Shelton, Washington
Adding Shelton at nose tackle would help shore up the Browns’ run defense.
20. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Byron Jones, UConn
The Eagles have displayed plenty of interest in Jones throughout the draft process and he fits what they are looking for at cornerback.
21. Cincinnati Bengals: OT La’el Collins, LSU
Collins is a perfect fit for Cincinnati and will wait on the bench until next season, when both starting tackles become free agents.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
Pittsburgh desperately needs secondary help and Johnson would be a good scheme fit.
23. Detroit Lions: DT Malcom Brown, Texas
Adding Brown would allow the Lions to continue playing with two top defensive tackles.
24. Arizona Cardinals: OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska
Off-the-field issues drop Gregory, but he lands in a great spot in Arizona under Bruce Arians.
25. Carolina Panthers: OT Ereck Flowers, Miami (FL)
The additions of Jonathan Martin and Michael Oher won’t stop the Panthers from drafting an offensive lineman early.
26. Baltimore Ravens: CB Marcus Peters, Washington
Baltimore needs to add another cornerback and Peters would be a great long-term partner for Jimmy Smith.
27. Dallas Cowboys: DT Eddie Goldman, Florida State
A run-stuffing defensive tackle, Goldman will be a day one starter for the Cowboys.
28. Denver Broncos: OT D.J. Humphries, Florida
The Broncos need to improve their offensive line and Humphries fits their new offensive scheme.
29. Indianapolis Colts: S Landon Collins, Alabama
Collins’ stock has been dropping recently, but Indianapolis would be a good landing spot for him.
30. Green Bay Packers: LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA
Desperate for inside linebackers, the Packers add one of the best in the draft.
31. New Orleans Saints (via Seattle): WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami (FL)
Multiple receivers are available at this point, but Dorsett would be an excellent scheme fit in Sean Payton’s offense.
32. New England Patriots: WR Nelson Agholor, USC
The Patriots are always a tough team to predict, but Agholor presents good value here and New England could use another receiver.