Holding three first-round picks, the Raiders have garnered widespread interest throughout the pre-draft process. Meanwhile, plenty of ink has been spilled analyzing whether or not the Giants will go quarterback in one of their two Round 1 slots. And the Seahawks just made waves by trading Frank Clark to Kansas City -- and thus, acquiring a second first-rounder.
Oakland stays true to the board and takes the best player available.
He's an instinctive, three-down linebacker who can make plays from sideline to sideline.
The Giants bypass quarterback here and take Wilkins, who's strong against both the run and the pass. He can play all three DL positions in defensive coordinator James Bettcher's 3-4 scheme.
Jacksonville wants to be a physical team that pounds the football; Taylor is a nasty, powerful run blocker. Look for the Jags to target tight end later.
Close call between Missouri QB Drew Lock and Haskins here, but I think Denver ultimately goes with the Ohio State product.
He played offensive tackle during his entire Alabama career, but could also be an excellent guard -- both positions are needs for the Packers.
Lots of chatter about the Dolphins taking a QB in Round 1, but Oliver is a pass-rushing defensive tackle who's simply too good to pass up.
Jones is the most pro-ready QB in the 2019 class.
Baltimore gets the best player available and addresses a need at the same time.
The Colts need a true speed receiver and Metcalf is real burner (4.33 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine).
Seattle doubles down on defense, taking the best D-lineman remaining. The Seahawks could also trade back here.
Bradbury would be an upgrade over second-year pro Brian Allen, who's currently in line to start at center.