|1||Myles Garrett - EDGE - Texas A&M|
|2||Jamal Adams - S - LSU|
|3||Marshon Lattimore - CB - Ohio State|
|4||Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU|
|5||Reuben Foster - LB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There doesn't seem to be too much concern over his dismissal from the Combine, and Foster fills a need for an athletic linebacker.
|6||Marlon Humphrey - CB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Physical, fast and with excellent instincts, Humphrey will fill the huge void that appeared when Darrelle Revis' play fell off a cliff.
|7||Malik Hooker - S - Ohio State|
|8||Solomon Thomas - EDGE - Stanford|
|9||John Ross - WR - Washington|
|10||Corey Davis - WR - Western Michigan|
|11||Tre’Davious White - CB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Defense, defense, defense. That has to be the order of the day in New Orleans. White gives the Saints a cover corner on the outside with great ball skills.
|12||Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson|
|13||O.J. Howard - TE - Alabama|
|14||Ahkello Witherspoon - CB - Colorado|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Length, athleticism and a completion percentage of just 26.5 against him in 2016. Jim Schwartz will love having Witherspoon on his defense.
|15||Jonathan Allen - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Colts have wasted years with old, ineffective players in the front seven. Allen is great value at this stage in the first round.
|16||Takkarist McKinley - EDGE - UCLA|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
McKinley might not be healthy for the start of the season, but that should not stop the Ravens from drafting a player with his size and speed.
|17||Budda Baker - S - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Play him as a deep safety, in the box, the slot or on the outside, Baker can make an impact from anywhere on the field.
|18||Mike Williams - WR - Clemson|
|19||Christian McCaffrey - RB - Stanford|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There's still a debate over whether McCaffrey can be a three-down back, but Jameis Winston will love having him as an option out of the backfield.
|20||Cam Robinson - OT - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Robinson produced a masterful performance against Myles Garrett. He is exactly what the Broncos need in a division loaded with pass rushers.
|21||Charles Harris - EDGE - Missouri|
|22||Haason Reddick - EDGE - Temple|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Adding Lawrence Timmons doesn't preclude the Dolphins from picking an off-ball linebacker who can make an impact off the edge.
|23||Zach Cunningham - LB - Vanderbilt|
|24||Malik McDowell - DL - Michigan State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
McDowell can win inside and out, adding another fearsome and athletic dimension to a team that is already pretty good up front.
|25||Patrick Mahomes - QB - Texas Tech|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Even if Tony Romo arrives, this is a wise move for the Texans. Mahomes would likely eventually win the job from Tom Savage if a move for Romo doesn't materialise.
|26||Ryan Ramczyk - OT - Wisconsin|
|27||Jabrill Peppers - S - Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Chiefs can pair Peppers with Eric Berry on defense, and put him on the same offense as Tyreek Hill. Not a bad option to have.
|28||Derek Barnett - EDGE - Tennessee|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Dallas lost a lot of defensive pieces in free agency and doesn't have an edge defender to rely on to produce as it stands.
|29||Gareon Conley - CB - Ohio State|
|30||Tim Williams - EDGE - Alabama|
|31||Taco Charlton - EDGE - Michigan|
|32||Obi Melifonwu - S - UConn|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Saints want to become the Seahawks on defense. Adding a player with Melifonwu's length and athletic traits is a good way to try to achieve that.