Second Draft Pick-Nick Bosa
The 49ers are currently deciding between Nick Bosa and Quinnen Williams, but the 49ers were in love with Williams. In the end, I think they will get the player that is best for their team and fills the bigger need, and that would be Bosa.
Third Draft Pick-Quinnen Williams
The Jets are most likely to trade down. They now don't have a second round pick because of the Sam Darnold trade last year. That said, if the Jets remain at No.3, I could see them getting Williams. He is the best prospect left.
Fourth Draft Pick-Josh Allen
Charlie Campbell reported that the Raiders like Dwayne Haskins. They have a top option for them at No.4. Jon Gruden spent the whole year yelling at Derek Carr and may want to bring in his own quarterback. Jon Gruden likes his Veteran quarterbacks, and Josh Allen can play anywhere on defense. So, therefore, they would like to take him.
Fifth Draft Pick-Ed Oliver
The Buccaneers used the last year draft pick on a defensive tackle, which might make this selection seem strange at first glance. However, Tampa Bay has the least-available cap space in the NFL, which is why there is talk that the front office is attempting to trade Gerald McCoy. Now the Buccaneers are in a semi-rebuilding process under a new coaching regime, so it makes sense to move on from McCoy.
Sixth Draft Pick-Rashan Gary
Reports have surfaced that the Giants don't like Dwayne Haskins. Perhaps the Giants will take the top athlete that is available. Rashan Gary will fill in a need at one of the defensive end spots on New York's three man front. Gary wasn't extremely productive during his time at Michigan, but he has tremendous upside.
Seventh Draft Pick-Jawaan Taylor
The Jaguars spent a lot of money on Nick Foles. It would be just wrong to not upgrade his offensive line. Left tackle Cam Robinson is hard to think about, but the huge void up front is at right tackle. Jacksonville currently doesn't have a good player at this position. This pick can fill right tackle spot, with Jawaan Taylor sliding into that position. Taylor could also play the blind side, shifting Robinson to right tackle.
Eight Draft Pick-Devin White
The Lions have one of the worst linebacking groups in the NFL. They can't cover anyone over the middle field. They need to add a player who can be a leader of the defensive team at the position. If they do so, perhaps they'll finally be able to compete with some of the top teams in their division. Devin White was logging 133 tackles this past season. Devin White is also learning to be a projected running back. White was a team captain at LSU, which should interest the Lions.
Ninth Draft Pick-Montez Sweat
The Bills reported and expected to address the trenches with this pick. The Bills defensive line can also be addressed as well. The Bills have spent lots of energy scouting some edge rushers this offseason, so Montez Sweat can be this selection. Montez Sweat has been flagged with a heart condition, but he won't drop too far.
Tenth Draft Pick-Drew Lock
Andy Dalton is not a great quarterback and the Bengals will make the move to take the Denver Broncos 10-spot. If Dwayne Haskins falls to Bengals, it's very realistic that they'll select the Ohio State Product, much like the Ravens did with Lamar Jackson last year. Drew lock draws some debate as some think he can be taken in the second round. Drew Lock has a great arm but has to work on his passing vision.