|1||Myles Garrett - EDGE - Texas A&M|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Combine only solidified Garrett's position as the top player in the draft. This remains an easy decision for the Browns.
|2||Jamal Adams - S - LSU|
|3||Marshon Lattimore - CB - Ohio State|
|4||Solomon Thomas - EDGE - Stanford|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Thomas' stock keeps on rising after a strong Combine. The Jags get a guy who can be a force on the interior and off the edge.
|5||Sidney Jones - CB - Washington|
|6||Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU|
|7||Corey Davis - WR - Western Michigan|
|8||Dalvin Cook - RB - Florida State|
|9||Reuben Foster - LB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
His dismissal from the Combine may raise some eyebrows, but Foster is a three-down linebacker who adds athleticism to the Bengals defense.
|10||Malik Hooker - S - Ohio State|
|11||Tre’Davious White - CB - LSU|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
An excellent cover corner with superb ball skills, White should help the Saints against their fellow NFC South juggernaut offenses.
|12||Deshaun Watson - QB - Clemson|
|13||Patrick Mahomes - QB - Texas Tech|
|14||John Ross - WR - Washington|
|15||Takkarist McKinley - EDGE - UCLA|
|16||Charles Harris - EDGE - Missouri|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Harris impressed in on-field Combine drills, and the Ravens will love how he can rush the passer and drop into coverage.
|17||Jonathan Allen - DL - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Such a fall will have been unthinkable a few weeks ago, but a mediocre Combine makes it more of a possibility. The Redskins cash in and fill their biggest need.
|18||Mike Williams - WR - Clemson|
|19||Malik McDowell - DL - Michigan State|
|20||O.J. Howard - TE - Alabama|
|21||Taco Charlton - EDGE - Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
If Taco lives up to his potential and Ezekiel Ansah bounces back from a down year then the Lions defense will be in a much better place.
|22||Forrest Lamp - OG - Western Kentucky|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Branden Albert is gone, meaning Laremy Tunsil will likely slide to tackle, the athletic Lamp gives the Dolphins an athletic interior presence who dominates in the run game.
|23||Zach Cunningham - LB - Vanderbilt|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Giants defense was much improved last year, but more is needed from the linebacker spot. Cunningham should provide it.
|24||Budda Baker - S - Washington|
|25||Ryan Ramczyk - OT - Wisconsin|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Texans have history with injuries on the offensive front. Ramczyk provides more depth and can compete for a starting job right away.
|26||Obi Melifonwu - S - UConn|
|27||Jabrill Peppers - S - Michigan|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Where is he going to play? Who cares? Peppers can contribute on offense and special teams and play linebacker and safety. Andy Reid should be a fan.
|28||David Njoku - TE - Miami|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
The Cowboys young offensive core gets even better with a 20-year-old tight end who can take the pressure off Jason Witten.
|29||Marlon Humphrey - CB - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Defense is the order of the day in Green Bay. Humphrey, who excelled in the SEC with his size and athleticism, is a great fit for the Packers.
|30||Evan Engram - TE - Ole Miss|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Is he a tight end, is he a receiver? Doesn't matter. He's a matchup problem with 4.4 speed and adds yet another dimension to an excellent Steelers offense.
|31||Tim Williams - EDGE - Alabama|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
If the Falcons want to get back to the Super Bowl, they need to get Vic Beasley some help. Williams should make an instant impact.
|32||Haason Reddick - EDGE - Temple|Latest Video Show Pick Analysis
Undersized yes, but Reddick helped himself big time at the Combine. He's an off-the-ball linebacker who can do damage off the edge. The Patriots should be able to work with that.