With the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine in the rearview mirror, teams will be adjusting their draft boards based on the intel they gathered in Indianapolis. Some prospects helped or hurt themselves this past week. However, the event is only one piece to the evaluation puzzle. Keep in mind that free agency, which begins next week, will have a big impact on the draft outlook for teams. Here's the latest iteration of how I think the first round could play out.
This couldn't have worked out better for the 49ers. They're looking for an edge rusher and they get the best one in the draft.
The Raiders have needs all over the field, but none more important than their pass rush. Allen fits the bill.
No prospect has helped himself more since the season ended than Sweat. He followed up a great Senior Bowl showing with a huge combine.
The Jaguars need to get back to their physical brand of football, and Taylor has the flexibility to play guard or tackle.
The Bills would like to find a big, fast wide receiver and they don't much come bigger or faster than Metcalf.
Dillard would address a major need for the Broncos and would excel under the tutelage of new O-line coach Mike Munchak.
White could be the face of the Bengals' defense for the next decade. One of the cleanest players in the draft.
The Dolphins need to address the offensive line. I believe Williams will quickly emerge as a top interior lineman.
Burns put on the necessary weight in the offseason and had a phenomenal combine workout.
Washington must address the QB position. However, if Josh Rosen does indeed become available, that could point them in a different direction with this pick.
My comp for Bradbury is Ryan Kalil. He could take over for Kalil in the middle of Carolina's O-line.
I would love to see Brown reunite with his Oklahoma teammate Baker Mayfield. They created some fireworks in college, and we'd see them in Cleveland, too.
[Anthony Barr](/player/anthonybarr/2543459/profile) is a free agent. Bush is a three-down linebacker with outstanding playmaking skills and leadership ability.
The Steelers need to address the corner position. Williams has an intriguing blend of size, speed and ball skills.
The only question about Harry was his speed and he alleviated those concerns at the combine (4.53 40).
Murphy had the best field workout of any of the corners at the combine. I love his toughness and ball skills.
The Chiefs need to upgrade the secondary and Rapp is one of the more consistent, reliable players in the draft.
[Lamarcus Joyner](/player/lamarcusjoyner/2543492/profile) is due to become a free agent, so the [Rams](/teams/losangelesrams/profile?team=LA) might need to address the safety position. Abram plays in the same fast, physical manner as the rest of this [Rams](/teams/losangelesrams/profile?team=LA) defense.
Ferrell can set the edge in the run game and he's a very powerful pass rusher. He'd look good in New England.