With the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine (March 1-4 on NFL Network) set to kick off this week, here's my updated mock for Round 1 of this year's draft.
Taking an edge rusher is always an option, but adding a disruptive interior defender would balance out the defensive front. Williams is a game changer at the point of attack with a non-stop motor and nasty demeanor.
The 49ers desperately need an explosive technician with a knack for getting to the quarterback off the edge.
Gregg Williams would unleash Allen as an energetic playmaker off the edge with the capacity to harass quarterbacks or blanket tight ends.
Despite being a better athlete than playmaker at this point, Gary's arrival should boost a pass rush that only netted 13 sacks in 2018.
White's speed, athleticism and playmaking ability would add a dimension to a Bucs defense that should become more aggressive under Todd Bowles' direction.
Adding a classic drop back passer with A-plus arm talent to the lineup would certainly help Pat Shurmur maximize the Giants' talent on the perimeter.
The Heisman Trophy winner would add some sizzle to an offense that prefers to bludgeon opponents with a rugged running game. Murray's dynamic skills also suit the team's potential RPO-heavy offense under John DeFilippo.
The Lions need a dynamic pass rusher to wreak havoc off the edges in a division loaded with premier quarterbacks. With or without Ziggy Ansah, the team has to get a pass rusher to solidify a leaky defense.
Head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane must upgrade the supporting cast around Josh Allen to help their young franchise quarterback thrive.
John Elway could fall in love with Lock's upside and arm talent when he sees him up close and personal at the NFL Scouting Combine.
If Zac Taylor wants to quickly revive the Bengals' offense, he needs to find a weapon to exploit the middle of the field. Hockenson is a standout run blocker with a crafty set of receiving skills that could make him a Pro Bowl-caliber tight end early in his career.
The Houston standout is the "urgent" athlete Dan Quinn covets on his defense. Despite missing parts of his final season, Oliver's disruptive potential makes him a worthy possibility at this pick.
John Dorsey is committed to building a fortress around Baker Mayfield to let him thrive as a playmaker from the pocket. Dillard might be the best pass protector in the 2019 class.
Mike Vrabel needs another playmaker on the frontline to help the Titans generate more sacks and pressures.
The Steelers need to find a young CB1 with playmaking skills. Murphy is a five-star player with outstanding skills on the island.
The Ravens are remaking their WR corps with tough guys on the perimeter who boast a combination of size, speed and playmaking ability. Metcalf would be a natural WR1 in an offense that features a vertical passing game to complement a forceful rushing attack.
Lawrence is a rugged nose tackle with the size and strength to erase runs between the guards while also collapsing the pocket with bull rushes on passing downs.
Gruden loves skilled route runners at receiver. Ridley is a crafty technician with a knack for getting open and making tough catches in traffic.
Despite playing well with their seven-DB package, the Chargers need to find a sideline-to-sideline linebacker to fortify the front seven. Bush is an instinctive playmaker with range and solid tackling skills.
A long, rangy corner with outstanding bump-and-run skills would upgrade the Chiefs' secondary.
The Rams need more athleticism and toughness along their frontline. Bradbury is a versatile interior blocker with the IQ and movement skills to shine at guard or center.
Belichick loves hard-nosed players with versatile skills. Ya-Sin is a natural cover corner with the speed, quickness and instincts to slide inside as a nickel corner in sub-packages.