With the 2019 NFL Draft just a little more than a week away, here's my third look at how teams will draft when Round 1 begins in Nashville, Tennessee, on April 25.
I'm not as confident as I once was that Murray will be the pick here because of all the team visits Murray is taking, but I still think he ends up being Arizona's selection.
There's a lot of talk about Quinnen Williams going to San Francisco with this pick. I don't think the Niners could go wrong with either him or Bosa.
I could see this as a trade-down spot if a team wants to move up for a QB. However, if the Bucs stay here and Allen is still available, he'd be too tempting to pass up.
If the Giants want a QB, it makes more sense to secure him at No. 6 than leave it to fate and wait until they're on the clock again at No. 17.
Detroit has spent a lot of draft capital on the offensive line, but I could see the Lions going back to the well one more time.
New coach and a new era at QB. Haskins would create a spark in an organization that desperately needs one.
I think Bush could go much earlier than many people expect due to the combination of his talent and the lack of depth at his position.
The Dolphins did not pick an offensive or defensive lineman last year. This draft will be heavy in both for them.
The Falcons need an upgrade in their secondary. Williams offers an intriguing mix of size and playmaking ability.
I can't see Dillard going much later than this spot. Carolina needs help on the O-line.
The Giants end up with their edge rusher and quarterback -- but in the opposite order from what's been expected. Sweat could go later than some anticipate.
This is higher than I have Johnson rated, but he's catching a lot of buzz right now and the Steelers have a need at the position.
He did suffer an ACL tear in February, but I would not be surprised if, five years from now, Simmons is viewed as the best player from this draft class.
Ferrell fits Baltimore's profile. He's physical, tough and has a high floor.
Selfishly, I would just love to see him play opposite Malik Hooker in Indy. Abram could play in the box and allow Hooker to make plays over the top.
GM Mike Mayock gets a year pass on donating to his alma mater by taking a fellow Eagle! All jokes aside, Lindstrom is highly regarded and has a good chance of being picked in the 20s of Round 1.
There are other needs here -- safety and defensive tackle among them -- but it was apparent that the Bolts need to add some talent on the outside based on their performance against the Patriots in the Divisional Round of last season's playoffs.
This would be a no-brainer. Kansas City takes the best defensive back still available and gets good value.
The Packers have been doing a lot of homework on quarterbacks this draft season. They once spent a first-round pick on a QB who'd become the eventual replacement for a 35-year-old future Hall of Famer, and they repeat history here.
Jenkins is another player who's made his way into the first-round conversation. Teams love his strength and power inside. He can play any of the three interior positions.
While the rest of the league moves away from massive DTs like Lawrence, the Patriots see the value in a dominant run defender who can push the pocket on passing downs.