1. Buccaneers: Jameis Winston, Quarterback, Florida State

The Bucs get their franchise quarterback who played college just a little bit down the road for Florida State. Enjoy Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson Jameis! Stay out of trouble.

2. Titans: Leonard Williams, Defensive End, Southern California

The best player in the draft goes to a great situation. Ray Horton can make this guy a stud. Titans need to build defense to be competitive.

3. Jaguars: Randy Gregory, Defensive End, Nebraska

The Jaguars need an elite pass rusher. Young talent on offense and the secondary, Gregory could be the final piece to the rebuild.

4. Raiders: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver, Alabama

Derek Carr gets a great #1 receiver. Cooper has all the tools to be a dominant receiver in the NFL. The Raiders have a bright future.

5. Browns: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback, Oregon

The Eagles don’t pull off the Mariota trade, the Browns do! They move on from Manziel and get Ray Farmer’s guy this time. They give up their other two first round picks.

6. Jets: Kevin White, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

The Jets could go defense with Bowles but elect to take a home run hitter to go along with Eric Decker and Percy Harvin. Give Geno one last shot.

7. Bears: Shane Ray, Outside Linebacker, Missouri

The Bears need to rebuild their defense. A fast pass rusher will make a great start. Ego Ferguson is already making strides on the line, Ray will be a great piece to the puzzle.

8. Falcons: Vic Beasley, Defensive End, Clemson

Perfect fit for Dan Quinn’s defense. They need a pure 3-4 OLB who is athletic. Beasley can be the guy.

9. Giants: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle, Iowa

Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin get one last shot. Bulk up the O-Line to give Manning the best shot.

10. Rams: La’el Collins, Offensive Tackle, LSU

11. Vikings: DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver, Louisville

12. Redskins: Landon Collins, Safety, Alabama

They get their guy and another first round pick. Collins is a very good tackling safety

13. Saints: Dante Fowler Jr., Defensive End, Florida

Did not address OLB last year and it bit them in the behind.

14. Dolphins: Trae Waynes, Cornerback, Michigan State

Waynes and Grimes…Scary.

15. 49ers: T.J. Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pittsburgh

If Iupati leaves they will need a replacement.

16. Texans: Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)

17. Chargers: Marcus Peters, Cornerback, Washington

Flowers is likely on his way out. Peters will go great with Verrett

18. Chiefs: Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver, Arizona State

0 tds from a WR last year. Yea.

19. Redskins: Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker, Washington

Kerrigan and Thompson is scary. Thompson can play ILB as well. Versatility helps in the NFL. Redskins get Collins and Thompson in the Browns trade. They should do that deal if proposed to them.

20. Eagles: Jalen Collins, Cornerback, LSU

The Eagles need to get two starting CBs. One here and another in free agency. A safety may be an option here if they believe in Boykin or Watkins on the outside

21. Bengals: Danny Shelton, Defensive Tackle, Washington

22. Steelers: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback, Wake Forest

23. Lions: Malcolm Brown, Running Back, Texas

If Suh does not resign, Detroit will need help at DT

24. Cardinals: Benardrick McKinney, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State

Washington will be back but that is never guaranteed

25. Panthers: Andrus Peat, Offensive Tackle, Stanford

Cam gets another solid tackle

26. Ravens: Melvin Gordon, Running Back, Wisconsin

Don’t pay for a veteran when you don’t have to.

27. Cowboys: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

28. Broncos: Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota

If Julius Thomas is gone, Manning/Osweiler needs a safety blanket.

29. Colts: Denzel Perryman, Outside Linebacker, Miami (Fla.)

Linebacker was terrible last year. Cost the Colts their Super Bowl hopes

30. Packers: Michael Bennett, Defensive Tackle, Ohio State

Interior D is big against those NFC power runners in Lynch, Murray, etc.

31. Seahawks: Devin Funchess, Tight End, Michigan

Baldwin and Kearse are #2 and #3 receivers. Funchess can play tight end and wide out which is huge for the Hawks. A big time red zone threat.

32. Patriots: Todd Gurley, Running Back, Georgia


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