|1||Laremy Tunsil - OT - Ole Miss|
|2||Carson Wentz - QB - North Dakota State|
|3||Jalen Ramsey - CB - Florida State|
|4||Joey Bosa - EDGE - Ohio State|
|5||Myles Jack - LB - UCLA|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Jack would provide incredible playmaking ability on the second level and his all-around skillset allows for more diversity with the scheme.
|6||DeForest Buckner - DL - Oregon|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Ozzie Newsome is a master at letting talent fall in his lap and taking advantage of the opportunity. Buckner is the latest example of that.
|7||Jared Goff - QB - Cal|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Goff's skills mesh well with what Chip Kelly likes to do. This is an ideal fit and good value. Goff is my clear-cut top QB in this draft.
|8||Vernon Hargreaves III - CB - Florida|
|9||Shaq Lawson - EDGE - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
There may be no bigger positional need for any team in the league than the Buccs have at defensive end. Lawson is a balanced player who should be an instant starter and pillar-piece on defense.
|10||Ezekiel Elliott - RB - Ohio State|
|11||Ronnie Stanley - OT - Notre Dame|
|12||Sheldon Rankins - DL - Louisville|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Saints defense needs help in a big way. Rankins is pass rushing, penetrating interior presence that will be a good building block in the Saints defensive overhaul.
|13||William Jackson III - CB - Houston|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Eagles were among the bottom five of the NFL last season in passing yards allowed per game. Jackson is long, athletic and has playmaking upside.
|14||Mackensie Alexander - CB - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Raiders gave up the seventh most passing yards per game in the NFL last season. They need help on the backend. Alexander provides them cover skills and attitude in the secondary.
|15||Laquon Treadwell - WR - Ole Miss|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Rams have not had a 1,000 yard receiver since Torry Holt in 2007. Treadwell gives them its first legitimate number one options in a decade.
|16||Jarran Reed - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Reed is an ideal plug for the Lions and will help the run defense, keep the backers free and allow the edge rushers opportunities to win one-on-one matchups.
|17||Michael Thomas - WR - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Falcons need help on defense but also have made quite the commitment to Matt Ryan. Atlanta needs a receiving threat opposite Julio Jones.
|18||Noah Spence - EDGE - Eastern Kentucky|
|19||Kevin Dodd - EDGE - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Dodd is a balanced edge defender that can play the run and get after the passer with his hand in the dirt or standing up. After entering the 2015 season with arguably the leagues best defensive line, the demands of Rex Ryan's scheme require some new pieces.
|20||Darron Lee - LB - Ohio State|
|21||Andrew Billings - DL - Baylor|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Washington allowed nearly 5 yards per carry against them in 2015. Billings has the ability to reset the line of scrimmage, penetrate and make plays against the run.
|22||Paxton Lynch - QB - Memphis|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Texans desperately need a quarterback. While Lynch needs quite a bit of mentoring, he has the physical talent that makes him appealing and a possibility for the Texans.
|23||Taylor Decker - OT - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
After a few consecutive sub par seasons, it's time for Matt Kalil to be put on notice. Teddy Bridgewater deserves every opportunity to succeed so making sure he is protected is a must. Decker can pass block and open holes up in the run game.
|24||Josh Doctson - WR - TCU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Bengals need a playmaker opposite AJ Green and Doctson is an ideal fit. He can stretch the field and win in contested situations as well as any receiver in this class.
|25||Eli Apple - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
I will keep mocking corners to the Steelers, as I have for the last decade, until they pull the trigger. It just makes too much sense.
|26||Jack Conklin - OT - Michigan State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Seahawks offensive line needs an overhaul and Conklin would be a good start in piecing together a new group in front of Russell Wilson.
|27||Reggie Ragland - LB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Ragland allows Clay Matthews to move back outside which helps the Packers in two spots. There should be defensive line help available on day two.
|28||Chris Jones - DL - Mississippi State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Chiefs need some new pieces on the defensive line and Jones has incredible upside. Jones has similarities to Fletcher Cox whom Andy Reid selected in the first round with the Eagles who is also from Mississippi State.
|29||Leonard Floyd - EDGE - Georgia|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
This could be a really fun fit and the Cardinals staff is known for maximizing the talent on their roster. Floyd can play inside or outside providing versatility depending on matchups. This could be a match made in Heaven.
|30||Emmanuel Ogbah - EDGE - Oklahoma State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
This just feels like a Gettleman pick. With Charles Johnson and Jared Allen no longer in the mix, defensive end is very much a need.
|31||Jason Spriggs - OT - Indiana|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Michael Schofield was a major liability for the Broncos last season. Spriggs has major upside to be a high-level starter at tackle.
|32||Joe Marino’s Pre-Free Agency Mock Draft - - |