|1||Mitch Trubisky - QB - North Carolina|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
At the end of the day, if you want to succeed in the NFL, you have to find a franchise quarterback. The Browns have to keep pursuing one. Trubisky has all the tools to develop into a quality starting QB.
|2||Myles Garrett - EDGE - Texas A&M|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Niners should switch from a 3-4 base defense to a 4-3 in 2017. They need a true defensive end and Garrett would be the dream scenario.
|3||Malik Hooker - S - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Hooker is a centerfielder with outstanding ball skills and instincts. He would provide an instant upgrade to the Bears' secondary.
|4||Solomon Thomas - EDGE - Stanford|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Dante Fowler has been a disappointment and Calais Campell isn't getting any younger. Thomas would be a great edge setter, capable of providing pass rush both inside and out.
|5||Corey Davis - WR - Western Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Tennessee needs to find the X receiver to help Marcus Mariota in the passing game. Davis (6'2", 210) has been one of the most productive receivers in college the last few years.
|6||Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Josh McCown obviously isn't the long-term solution at the QB position in New York and Petty & Hackenberg are backups. Watson has all the intangibles you want in a quarterback and during his college career proved to be a winner.
|7||O.J. Howard - TE - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
In drafting Howard, the Chargers would add a dynamic weapon for the passing game & a reliable blocker for the running game.
|8||Cam Robinson - OT - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Panthers have to protect Cam Newton better and everyone knows Kalil isn't the answer. Cam Robinson has the size and strength to become a great run blocker and he would fit perfectly in Carolina's scheme.
|9||Jonathan Allen - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Allen would be hard to pass on here. He’s exactly the kind of defensive lineman the Bengals’ defense needs to play with Atkins and Dunlap.
|10||Marshon Lattimore - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Bills needs to replace Gilmore and Lattimore would be the ideal player. Lattimore has elite speed and is outstanding at mirroring receivers. He can quickly develop into the team's #1 CB.
|11||Reuben Foster - LB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Saints need to add speed and talent at the linebacker position if they want to compete with Atlanta. In 2016, Foster impressed with his quickness, movement skills and ability to blitz from all over the field. He can play all three linebacker spots in a 4-3 base defense.
|12||Jamal Adams - S - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Browns have one of the weakest safety groups in the NFL -- adding a talent like Jamal Adams would be huge. Adams is a physical player who can be destructive as a box safety but also possesses the skills to excel in coverage or in any other area of the defense.
|13||Gareon Conley - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Arizona clearly needs help at the CB position, with Patrick Peterson the only reliable starter. Conley often played on an island on the outside for the Buckeyes but also showed that he can move inside to cover the slot.
|14||Christian McCaffrey - RB - Stanford|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Doug Pederson would love to plug Christian McCaffrey into his offense. McCaffrey has a lot to offer: he can line up in the backfield, in the slot or outside and can scare defensive coordinators with his outstanding change-of-direction and open-field running ability.
|15||Haason Reddick - EDGE - Temple|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Reddick played defensive end for the Owls and only made the switch to linebacker at the Senior Bowl, but during the process and at the NFL Combine showed that he has the athleticism to play as a 3-4 inside linebacker or a 4-3 weakside linebacker.
|16||Carl Lawson - EDGE - Auburn|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Baltimore's team sack total declined from 37 down to 31 in 2016, and that was before the team released Elvis Dumervil. Lawson is the most technically sound edge rusher in this class and can improve Baltimore's defensive front from day one.
|17||DeShone Kizer - QB - Notre Dame|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Kirk Cousins is rumored to be unhappy with the Redskins and wants out of town. Kizer isn't ready to assume the job, but a year behind Cousins could help his development and prepare him to start in 2018.
|18||Marlon Humphrey - CB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Titans added Logan Ryan in free agency but still don't know who will start opposite him. Marlon Humphrey can play both press-man and zone coverage and is the most physical cornerback in the draft.
|19||Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
With Doug Martin in the midst of a four-game suspension and his future with the franchise uncertain, Leonard Fournette would be a great pick for Tampa Bay. Fournette has the rare size, speed and power combination that can massively upgrade the team's running game.
|20||Garett Bolles - OT - Utah|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Denver lacks a reliable starting left tackle. Garrett Bolles has impressive movement skills and natural athleticism to play the position at the next level. If he can improve his core strength, he'll be ready for start on the blind side from day one.
|21||Derek Barnett - EDGE - Tennessee|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Cornelius Washington is a good upside addition to the edge group, but he isn’t a starter. Barnett is phenomenal at defending the edge against the run and has enough bend to rush the quarterback.
|22||Taco Charlton - EDGE - Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Adding defensive line depth is going to be a priority for the Dolphins. Taco Charlton has the desired size, long arms, power and quickness to become a reliable starter against the run & pass in a four-man front.
|23||Ryan Ramczyk - OT - Wisconsin|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Giants need somebody to open holes up front and give Eli Manning the time to find his receivers. Ramczyk can start right away as the team's left tackle, moving Ereck Flowers to the right side.
|24||Jarrad Davis - LB - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Raiders need to find a player with agility and athleticism to be an asset in coverage, as well as the skills to stop the run. Davis has all the physical and mental traits to start at basically any linebacker spot.
|25||Patrick Mahomes - QB - Texas Tech|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Houston Texans were a playoff team last season, and they could be a quarterback away from making a run at the Super Bowl. Mahomes is still raw, but his huge upside makes him hard for a team like Houston to pass on. According to Tom Pelissero, O’Brien and the Texans love Mahomes, particularly his arm strength.
|26||Forrest Lamp - OG - Western Kentucky|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Seattle needs to add as much talent as they can on the offensive line. Forrest Lamp is probably the most NFL-ready offensive lineman in this draft class. Even if he is better suited to play guard in the NFL, Lamp offers the versatility to line up at multiple line spots.
|27||Dalvin Cook - RB - Florida State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Jamaal Charles is gone after dealing with injuries the last two seasons. Dalvin Cook is a dynamic rusher and receiver who seems like Charles' natural heir.
|28||Takkarist McKinley - EDGE - UCLA|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Dallas is still looking for the prototypical RDE in Rod Marinelli's defense, and Takk seems like the perfect fit. He lined up at RDE in the Bruins' four-man front and has the initial burst and natural bend to attack the edge and get to the QB.
|29||John Ross - WR - Washington|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Packers could use a deep threat to open things up for Nelson, Adams, and Cobb. John Ross is an explosive, polished receiver with legit 4.2 speed and a nose for the end zone. Imagining Aaron Rodgers scrambling around and hitting Ross with a deep ball is scary for the entire league.
|30||T.J. Watt - EDGE - Wisconsin|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Steelers are looking for a replacement for the ageless James Harrison. T.J. Watt was a one-year starter at Wisconsin but has incredible initial quickness and playing speed. He is effective both at rushing the passer and stopping the run and also showed the ability to drop in coverage.
|31||Malik McDowell - DL - Michigan State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
McDowell makes a lot of sense for the Falcons. He possesses the strength and athleticism to play all over the defensive line, and he would help take pressure off Vic Beasley.
|32||Chidobe Awuzie - CB - Colorado|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
New Orleans desperately needs help in the secondary. If the Saints don't sign Malcolm Butler, they could take a corner there. Awuzie can play both inside and out, at cornerback or safety, and is one of the best blitzing DBs in this class.