Darnold is the best quarterback in this year's draft, and he fills the biggest need for Cleveland.
Rosen will be the most scrutinized pick from this draft for years to come. He's the most pro-ready QB in this class.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH BRONCOS. The
Bills move up the board again and they find their QB. Allen is built to throw in the bad weather he'll encounter in Buffalo.
Nelson is the best offensive lineman to enter the draft since 2000.
Fitzpatrick's versatility will allow him to play cornerback or safety in the back end for the Bucs.
The Niners are in desperate need of a pass rusher and Davenport helps them get after the quarterback. ... Chicago and San Francisco could be looking at the same players at this juncture in the draft.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH BILLS. A playmaking inside linebacker is a need for Denver. Smith fits the bill.
Redskins fill their biggest need with the selection of Vea, who changes the face of the front seven on defense.
Hughes might be the most complete cornerback in the draft.
WR, QB and CB are the
Cardinals' biggest needs. Ridley is the highest-rated player still available from those position groups.
James is the best player available here, and he fills a need. The former FSU star could easily be a top-10 pick this year, but in this scenario, he's still on the board at No. 17.
Landry is the No. 3 pass rusher in this draft. He set the school single-season record with 16.5 sacks in 2016.
Payne is an excellent run defender who has potential as a pass rusher, too.
Lions go from having a poor running game to making it a strength of the team with the selection of Guice.
Cincinnati addresses a weakness, upgrading the offensive line with a potential
Pro Bowl guard in Hernandez.
Reid is a versatile defender who can play nickel corner as well as safety.
Price suffered a pectoral injury while bench-pressing at the NFL
Scouting Combine, but he's still the type of player who can make a big difference at the center position.
Bryan is an upfield defensive tackle who fits coach Dan Quinn's scheme.
Hurst has the pass-catching ability teams want at the TE position. The
Saints might be able to trade back and still land him.
Evans fills the biggest need on the team. He's a highly instinctive player.
Williams is an upgrade at the right tackle position, which hurt them late last season.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH EAGLES. After trading up, Cleveland gets its third impact player of the first round in Michel.