A lot of noise in the system right now, but I feel pretty good about Garrett being a Brown on April 27 at approximately 8:15 ET.
The 49ers would love to get out of this spot and could be intriguing for teams looking to nab Trubisky. For now, they stand pat and take a pass rusher.
I’ve zeroed in on secondary here. Just not sure if they’ll pull the trigger on one of the safeties. This pick is fluid over the next two weeks. For now, they break Tennessee’s heart and take Lattimore.
Is Coughlin’s love of Fournette real? I’m betting so.
This was a tough one with Lattimore gone and the safeties on the board. They need a big weapon for Mariota and don’t wait until 18 for someone to fall down to them. This could be prime trading territory with the Jets on deck.
Will the Jets turn the page on Christian Hackenberg, the 51st pick of the 2016 NFL Draft? Mitchell Trubisky watch continues with the Jets on the clock. At the end of the day, the Jets go BPA and take Adams.
Is there a bigger slam dunk than Malik Hooker to the LA Chargers? Shouldn’t be. True centerfield game changers don’t come around often and Hooker is the real deal. He’s the second best player in the draft in my book.
This one has Dave Gettleman written all over it. Cam needs weapons and they don’t get any better than Howard in this draft class. Combine those factors with the fact that Greg Olsen is 32 and I think this one is a slam dunk if Howard is there for the taking.
This one comes down to Barnett and one of the LBs (Haason Reddick or Reuben Foster). Just think it’s time the Bengals find a young, stud pass rusher.
When the dust settles on these QB’s, I think Trubisky is the first one off the board and this could be his floor. Regardless of whether anyone thinks they are top 10 worthy, only once since 2001 has a QB not been taken in the top 10.
Taco Charlton and Haason Reddick should be a long look here but Foster may be too good to last any longer.
Allen’s slide stops at Cleveland at 12, if they stay put here. My only question, if Trubisky is off the board, the Browns don’t trade up for him, is how enamored they are with Pat Mahomes.
Perfect landing spot for Mahomes. He can sit a year behind Carson under the tutelage of Bruce Arians.
This one comes down to Christian McCaffrey or Conley. Conley has the goods to step in day one on this defense and make an impact. While McCaffrey gives the Eagles some juice on offense, they badly need a difference maker in the defensive backfield.
Chris Ballard has done a nice job filling defensive gaps in free agency, so he takes a shot on an all-purpose weapon for Andrew Luck.
Could there be a more perfect fit for the Ravens than Reddick. Teaming Reddick and CJ Mosely up is a dream scenario for Ozzie.
Robinson’s versatility on the OL gives Washington flexibility. OL isn’t there biggest need but we are seeing just how valuable they are after this offseason’s spending flurry.
He’s big, versatile and quietly a very solid producer for the Huskies. After going with Mike Williams at 5, the Titans need to target someone in the secondary.
I could argue several prospects here but adding weapons to the offense has to be a priority. After signing Desean Jackson in the offseason, they found their vertical threat but that shouldn’t hold them back from taking Davis.
Bolles may be long gone before 20 but if he’s there, Elway should pounce.
This should be a no-brainer for the Lions. Teaming Taco with Ansah is a home run in my book.
With Laremy Tunsil kicking out to LT, the Dolphins need an upgrade on the interior of their OL. Lamp steps in day one as a starter and solidifies that OL.
Ryan Ramczyk should get a very long look here as the Giants need to move on from Ereck Flowers at LT. That said, it’ll be tough to pass on Njoku if he’s still around. He’s a significant upgrade and gives Eli another weapon for his back nine.
On the surface this pick may not make a ton of sense but Baker’s versatility gives the Raiders something they sorely need.
The Texans need for QB shouldn’t have them passing on an OT of Ramczyk talent level. Deshaun Watson will give pause but I can’t see them passing on a starting OT on a playoff caliber team.
This should be another no-brainer. Awuzie is a perfect fit in Seattle’s defense as he can play on the outside or slide inside.
You could argue this is way too low but I see the dust settling on Watson in this range. This is a dream scenario for Watson as he can sit behind Alex Smith for as long as needed.
An alpha dog to roam the backend of Dallas’ secondary is sorely needed. While we can argue positional fit, we can’t argue his leadership.
Maybe not a more perfect marriage than Watt and the Packers.
This one didn’t feel right but I’m going with it, for now. The Steelers can’t count on Martavis Bryant to stay on the field and outside of AB the cupboards are a little bare. Ross’ ability to stretch the D takes some of the pressure off AB.
You can’t have too many pass rushers and the Falcons know they have to create pressure to get over the New England hump. Harris may not be ready as a run defender but he’s day one ready as a sub-package pass rusher.
The Saints get a whole lot better on D with these two selections. I’m not sure I’m buying Jackson being as raw as some are saying. I think he steps in day one as a starter for the Saints.