|1||Myles Garrett - EDGE - Texas A&M|
|2||Jamal Adams - S - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Adams might be one of the safest picks in the draft. Rather than take another defensive lineman, they go with the play making safety.
|3||Malik Hooker - S - Ohio State|
|4||Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The defense is stacked and if Bortles can't win with all this talent around him, a rookie QB next year will have a great supporting cast to start with.
|5||Mitch Trubisky - QB - North Carolina|
|6||O.J. Howard - TE - Alabama|
|7||Solomon Thomas - EDGE - Stanford|
|8||Christian McCaffrey - RB - Stanford|
|9||Jonathan Allen - DL - Alabama|
|10||Marshon Lattimore - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Lattimore could go much higher and Buffalo sprints to the podium to turn in this card. Immediate replacement for Gilmore.
|11||Marlon Humphrey - CB - Alabama|
|12||Mike Williams - WR - Clemson|
|13||Patrick Mahomes - QB - Texas Tech|
|14||Derek Barnett - EDGE - Tennessee|
|15||Haason Reddick - EDGE - Temple|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Indy should take whoever the best defensive player on the board is, and Reddick is versatile enough to do whatever the Colts need.
|16||Corey Davis - WR - Western Michigan|
|17||Reuben Foster - LB - Alabama|
|18||Kevin King - CB - Washington|
|19||Dalvin Cook - RB - Florida State|
|20||Ryan Ramczyk - OT - Wisconsin|
|21||Charles Harris - EDGE - Missouri|
|22||Forrest Lamp - OG - Western Kentucky|
|23||Garett Bolles - OT - Utah|
|24||Jarrad Davis - LB - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Davis plays like a Raider, bringing more of an intimidation factor to a defense that didn't strike a lot of fear into opponents last year.
|25||Cam Robinson - OT - Alabama|
|26||Obi Melifonwu - S - UConn|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Seattle has to be bummed that the tackles went off the board, but Obi fits the physical prototype that Seahawks love in their secondary.
|27||Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson|
|28||Tre’Davious White - CB - LSU|
|29||T.J. Watt - EDGE - Wisconsin|
|30||Takkarist McKinley - EDGE - UCLA|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Takk might not be ready for camp, but he'll fit in nicely when he's healthy. The Steelers know a good pass rusher when they see one.
|31||Jordan Willis - EDGE - Kansas State|
|32||John Ross - WR - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
If Ross slips this far due to injury concerns, we wouldn't be shocked to see someone trade up from the 2nd for him. But if the Saints see him, he's an obvious replacement for Cooks.