|1||Laremy Tunsil - OT - Ole Miss|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
No team gave up more sacks in 2015 than the Titans. Protecting Marcus Mariota needs to be a high priority and Tunsil is one of the most talented pass blocking prospects I have ever evaluated.
|2||Jared Goff - QB - Cal|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Goff represents the best opportunity in this Draft to solve a team's long-term quarterback needs. Goff has a translatable skillset and all the tools to become the face of the Browns.
|3||Ronnie Stanley - OT - Notre Dame|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Chargers window to win with Phillip Rivers is diminishing so protecting him is a must. Stanley will also open up running lanes for last years investment of Melvin Gordon.
|4||Joey Bosa - EDGE - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Dallas was 25th in the league last season in sacks. Bosa not only boosts the pass rush but is the obvious best player on the board in this scenario. Perfect scheme fit.
|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||Jalen Ramsey - CB - Florida State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
If Ramsey is on the Board there is no way he gets past Ozzie Newsome. A blue-chipper, Ramsey provides playmaking and versatility on the backend.
|7||DeForest Buckner - DL - Oregon|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
After allowing the 4th most yards per game in the NFL last season, the 49ers defense needs help. Buckner is the best defensive player on the Board and will instantly bolster the defensive line.
|8||Jaylon Smith - LB - Notre Dame|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Dolphins needs help at linebacker and Smith represents perfect value. While he may not be able to contribute in 2016, a scenario with a first year coach and general manager make this selection more plausible.
|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||Sheldon Rankins - DL - Louisville|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Giants allowed a league worst 420 yards per game on defense last season. Rankins is a good fit to come in and make plays in the opponents backfield and play alongside Johnathan Hankins.
|11||Noah Spence - EDGE - Eastern Kentucky|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
I'm not saying Noah Spence is Von Miller but the thought of John Fox using Spence in the same way that he did Miller is very exciting. The Bears pass rush needs help and Spence represents value and talent in that area.
|12||Kevin Dodd - EDGE - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Saints defense needs help in a lot of areas. Dodd is a ready-made defensive end that plays with a relentless motor. He is equally effective against the run and pass.
|13||Vernon Hargreaves III - CB - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Eagles were among the bottom five of the NFL last season in passing yards allowed per game. Enter VH3 who is a strong cover man with terrific ball skills.
|14||William Jackson III - CB - Houston|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. Jackson provides them cover skills, ball skills and terrific length.
|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||Andrew Billings - DL - Baylor|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Lions needs young, athletic talent on the interior defensive line and Billings gives them a powerhouse plug that can disrupt.
|17||Jonathan Bullard - EDGE - Florida|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
I can see Dan Quinn loving the explosive penetrating ability of Bullard. He can play anywhere on the defensive line and makes consistent splash plays. This is a great, great fit.
|18||Taylor Decker - OT - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Colts need to do a far better job of protecting franchise quarterback Andrew Luck. Decker is a polished pass protector and nasty run blocker.
|19||Vernon Butler - DL - Louisiana Tech|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
After Rex Ryan ruined the Bills defense, he needs to rebuild it with "his" guys. Butler is a dancing bear that offers versatility.
|20||Ezekiel Elliott - RB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Each of the Jets top 3 RB's are free agents so it makes sense to retool via the draft. Elliott is a cornerstone piece on offense and one of the most talented backs I've evaluated in the last decade.
|21||Jarran Reed - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Washington allowed nearly 5 yards per carry against them in 2015. Reed is the best run stuffer in this class and will instantly improve that run defense.
|22||Carson Wentz - QB - North Dakota State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Texans get lucky and the drafts 2nd best QB falls to them at 22. Given time, Wentz has all of the tools needed to be a franchise signal caller.
|23||Jason Spriggs - OT - Indiana|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. Spriggs is a talented all-around blocker who should be a high-level starter in the NFL.
|24||Su’a Cravens - LB - USC|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
It's time for the Bengals to get an athlete at linebacker and Cravens is athletic and can do everything. He also continues the trend of USC backers.
|25||Mackensie Alexander - CB - Clemson|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
I've been mocking corners to the Steelers in the first round for ten years. Why? Because they've needed one. This HAS to be the year, right?
|26||Shon Coleman - OT - Auburn|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Simply put, the Seahawks offensive line is bad. Coleman is a tremendous run blocker and athletic enough to mirror edge rushers. He is a good piece to start rebuilding the offensive line with. Russell Wilson deserves this pick.
|27||Darron Lee - LB - Ohio State|
|28||A’Shawn Robinson - DL - Alabama|
|29||Kamalei Correa - EDGE - Boise State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
I love this fit. Correa plays 100 MPH at all times and is a gifted and relentless pass rusher that can take on blocks and play the run. The rest of the NFC needs to hope this pick does not happen.
|30||Eli Apple - CB - Ohio State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
It was a revolving door at corner opposite Josh Norman. Apple provides intriguing upside with his size and cover skills.
|31||Chris Jones - DL - Mississippi State|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Broncos will want to keep a strength a strength and Jones is good-looking replacement if they cannot retain Malik Jackson.
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