|1||Myles Garrett - EDGE - Texas A&M|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Browns don't need to complicate things here. Take the best player in the draft and add a generational pass rusher in Garrett.
|2||Malik Hooker - S - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The 49ers are moving to a 4-3 with a cover 3 and a single-high safety, a role which is perfect for Hooker, who boasts frankly incredible range.
|3||Marshon Lattimore - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Chicago has spent the last couple of drafts adding to its front seven, now it's time for the Bears to bolster the secondary with the top corner in the class.
|4||Jamal Adams - S - LSU|
|5||Reuben Foster - LB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There is a big argument to be made for getting Marcus Mariota a weapon here, but a linebacker with Foster's recognition skills and athleticism should be a star for years to come.
|6||Jonathan Allen - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Jets have a lot of needs, and one of the better defensive lines in the league. But there is talk of Sheldon Richardson departure and the destructive and versatile Allen would be a fine replacement.
|7||Corey Davis - WR - Western Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Get Philip Rivers weapons. That should be the Chargers' priority. Davis is the most well-rounded receiver in the draft and fits the bill.
|8||Dalvin Cook - RB - Florida State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Jonathan Stewart is nearly 30 and has had problems staying healthy. The addition of Cook would give the Panthers a dynamic one-two punch.
|9||Solomon Thomas - EDGE - Stanford|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There are some doubts over Thomas' size, but he can be a wrecking ball off the edge and from the interior. He and Geno Atkins would make quite the pair.
|10||Mike Williams - WR - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Keeping Tyrod Taylor appears the most likely outcome for the Bills, who need to get him more weapons beyond Sammy Watkins. Williams' addition gives them two No. 1 calibre receivers if Watkins can stay healthy.
|11||Tre’Davious White - CB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Saints need help at both corner and safety, they can address the first position with White, an excellent cover corner with outstanding ball skills.
|12||Patrick Mahomes - QB - Texas Tech|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There's a lot of concern around Mahomes' mechanics and footwork, but the fact remains he has the most upside of any quarterback in the draft. The Browns get their franchise QB.
|13||Sidney Jones - CB - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Cornerback was a glaring hole for the Cardinals last season, that won't be the case in 2017 with the addition of Jones.
|14||Takkarist McKinley - EDGE - UCLA|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
A coin flip will decide whether Indianapolis or Philadelphia gets the No. 14 pick. The Colts lack playmakers on every level of the defense. They bolster their pass rush here by grabbing a defender with a frightening combination of speed and power.
|15||John Ross - WR - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There's been talk of a DeSean Jackson reunion in Philadelphia. If they don't get him then John Ross, the best deep threat in the draft - is a fine alternative.
|16||Derek Barnett - EDGE - Tennessee|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Baltimore satisfies its need for an edge rusher in form of Barnett, who has three years of great production in the SEC.
|17||Malik McDowell - DL - Michigan State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Improved play on the defensive front is a must for Washington. Enter the supremely versatile McDowell, who can wreak havoc off the edge and on the interior.
|18||O.J. Howard - TE - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Mariota already has a rapport with Delanie Walker, why not give him another playmaker from the tight end spot in the athletic freak that is Howard?
|19||Taco Charlton - EDGE - Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Short-area quickness, strength, power and a spin move, there's very little Taco doesn't possess. He can be a destructive force on the Bucs’ defensive front.
|20||Cam Robinson - OT - Alabama|
|21||Charles Harris - EDGE - Missouri|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Excelling at converting speed to power and bending round the edge, Harris can form a fearsome partnership with Ezekiel Ansah.
|22||Zach Cunningham - LB - Vanderbilt|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Cunningham led the SEC in tackles in 2016 and demonstrates excellent read-and-react skills. His arrival would be great news for a Dolphins team with a gaping hole at linebacker.
|23||Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Rashad Jennings is gone. The Giants aren't yet sure if Paul Perkins can be the answer and it makes perfect sense to end the slide of one of the most talented players in the draft.
|24||Teez Tabor - CB - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Raiders spent money on the secondary last year and it still struggled. Tabor, despite some off-the-field issues, should make them better on the back end.
|25||DeShone Kizer - QB - Notre Dame|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
No quarterback outside of Mahomes has a bigger upside than Kizer. He would be starting over Osweiler and Savage by the end of the season in this scenario.
|26||Budda Baker - S - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Earl Thomas is not retiring, for now. But it makes sense to look in state for his replacement, who could slot easily at nickel in the time being.
|27||Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Chiefs must know by know that Alex Smith is not the long-term answer at quarterback. DeShaun Watson can sit and develop while Smith serves as an adequate bridge.
|28||David Njoku - TE - Miami|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Jason Witten is now 34 and surely only has a few more years left in the tank. Versatile move tight end Njoku can be his long-term replacement while making an instant impact alongside the veteran.
|29||Quincy Wilson - CB - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
If there's one position where the Packers definitely need help, it's cornerback. Wilson has the frame, length and ball skills to be a success on the outside at the next level.
|30||Tim Williams - EDGE - Alabama|
|31||Gareon Conley - CB - Ohio State|
|32||Jabrill Peppers - S - Michigan|