Burrow doesn't have elite arm strength, but he checks every other box, and he's a beautiful fit in the Bengals' offense.
The Redskins already have some talented pieces on the defensive line, but Young is a once-in-a-decade talent.
Detroit could easily auction off this slot to those teams in search of a quarterback. If the Lions stick and pick, Okudah would provide a much-needed upgrade in their secondary.
Dave Gettleman loves big, physical football players, and they don't get any bigger than Becton (listed at 6-foot-7, 369 pounds). He is a mauler in the run game, and he's shockingly nimble in pass protection.
The Chargers are in the QB market, but they also have a desperate need to upgrade the OL. Wills is a rock-solid player, and he'll start from Day 1 at right tackle for the Bolts.
Matt Rhule will be given the time to build this team the right way, and that starts with upgrading in the trenches. Brown is one of the top three or four talents in this draft class.
The Browns must upgrade their offensive tackle situation. Thomas has some areas for improvement, but he'll be too tempting to pass up.
General manager Joe Douglas is desperate to upgrade the OL, but in this scenario, the run at the position has already taken place. Chaisson is an outstanding athlete and would fit smoothly into the Jets' scheme.
The Raiders need more playmakers. I believe Lamb is the best receiver in this draft class.
Teams are all over the map on Herbert. However, he does fit the profile for Bruce Arians -- he's big, strong and smart.
The Falcons have tried and failed to land a consistently productive edge rusher. Epenesa doesn't have the highest ceiling, but I believe he'll be a dependable 8-to-10-sack performer at the next level.
McKinney is the best safety in the draft, and he addresses a glaring need for the Cowboys.
Swift is a special player and would team with Tua to create some excitement in Miami.
The Raiders need to get faster and more dynamic on defense. Queen plays sideline to sideline, and he's outstanding in coverage.
The Jaguars have a need at cornerback, and Henderson is widely viewed as the second-best player at the position in this draft class.
Speed! The Eagles are focused on getting faster this offseason, and Ruggs is the most explosive player in the draft.
The Bills need to add a big-bodied playmaker. Higgins is a jump-ball specialist.
The Patriots could look at an offensive lineman here (see: Michigan center Cesar Ruiz), but they need to add some youth and athleticism at the safety position, as well.
Jefferson is very precise as a route runner, and I love his toughness. He'll fit perfectly next to Michael Thomas.
I have Kinlaw rated very high, and this would be too much value to pass up at this spot. He is a physical freak.
The Dolphins' offensive overhaul continues with a very athletic offensive tackle. Jackson is only 20 years old, and he has tremendous upside.
The Ravens love shopping at Oklahoma. Murray is a dynamic athlete, and Baltimore needs an upgrade at the linebacker position.
The Packers don't pick WRs in the first round, but Shenault is more than just a receiver. He can line up in the backfield and move around the formation to create mismatches in Green Bay's favor.
Baun can play on the edge or off the ball. His athletic ability and versatility would fit well in Steve Spagnuolo's defense.
Terrell had a rough game vs. LSU in the national championship, but the rest of his tape is very good. He has size, length and instincts.