Nick Bosa, DE, State of Ohio
On a team filled with holes, Edge Rusher is not at the top of the to-do list. That said, it is difficult to transmit a talent like Bosa, who can take over. There is not an offensive lineman who is worthy of taking this summit and the cardinals end up in full reconstruction mode less than a year after hiring Steve Wilks and writing Josh Rosen in the first round.
Josh AllenEDGE Kentucky
Is Josh Allen the best passer in the repechage? This will be decided in the weeks and months to come, but no one has done more for his stock-stock than Allen, who has returned to Kentucky for the high season and left. After seven sacks and 10.5 tackles for the loss in 2017, Allen gained 10-15 pounds of muscle and put 14 sacks and 18.5 tackles for the loss and was almost flawless. the 49ers need an edge rusher and Allen is it.
Simulated trading with jets
Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
The more we watch Murray, the more we like his game. We guess the Jags will also end up on Murray. And even if they win Nick Foles as a short-term fix, he'll be able to play in 2019 and Jacksonville will be able to use Murray as the Ravens used Lamar Jackson a season ago.
Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
Would Jon Gruden consider a quarterback here? The Jaguars go up just in case and the Raiders get one of the best players in the repechage; Williams is a demolition team composed of one man. He wins almost one by one and regularly destroys the doubles teams. Yes, the pressure on the edge is important, especially after exchanging Khalil Mackbut do not sleep under constant pressure in the middle.
False trade with the buccaneers
Dwayne Haskins, QB, State of Ohio
Yes, John Elway would love to Drew Lockbut Dwayne Haskins is the best quarterback. And if the Broncos come to this conclusion like all of us, they could be encouraged to join after a series of smells on Brock Osweiler, Paxton Lynch and, more recently, Case Keenum.
Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
With two quarters already removed from the board, Giants focus on protecting 38-year-olds Eli Manning. Are Williams' arms long enough to play in the NFL? Yes. It's hard to believe that this has become a hot topic after Williams dominated the 2018 season. He will be a starter for the next decade, the only question is whether he'll play left or right.
False trade with Jaguars
Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State
At 235-240 pounds, the problem is whether Burns is strong enough to play the next job, but Burns is not just a speed runner; He is also strong and has the frame to become stronger. He will need to gain some weight, but he reminds us of Aldon Smith, who had 14 sacks as a go-out in his rookie season.
Rashan GaryEDGE, Michigan
Gary did not meet Michigan's expectations, but he may be blamed for some of his fault. Is he a runner? Is it better inside? He was the country's best rookie after high school and coach Matt Patricia needs a game change on his defensive line after a disappointing campaign in 2018.
Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma
Ford is a converted guard who has had a strong 2018 season and his versatility will be welcome in Buffalo, where second-year quarterback Josh Allen has spent most of his rookie season running.
False trade with the Broncos
Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson
Ferrell was one of the stars of the best defensive line in college football. He finished his junior season with 11.5 sacks and 20 tackles for the loss. One can question his flexibility over other first-round drivers, but his Clemson production is undeniable. Indeed, during the first trials of the 2018 season, Ferrell is ranked among the top 10 players in the country in sacks (5), in a hurry (12), in strikes (10), reversals (5) and in pressures (17).
Devin White, KG, LSU
the BengalsThe defense was exposed several times in 2018 and the inconsistent linebacker game was an important part of that. Vontaze BurfictConsidered one of the toughest players in the league just a few years ago, he suffered many concussions and his career could be jeopardized. White is one of the most dynamic actors in the project. It is a side-to-side thrower that would immediately consolidate the defense environment, simplifying front-end and high-school life.
Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida.
Polite was one of the most exciting players we watched last season. There will be questions about his size (he is listed at 240) and his year of production, but if the teams are in agreement with both, he could be a top-15 pick. With Clay Matthews, 32, heading to a free agency, the Packers had to replenish their stocks.
Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
The Dolphins are leaving Ryan Tannehill in one way or another, and they desperately need a quarter. We love Kyler Murray to South Beach, but the latter is already out, Lock, the coach of the Dolphins, was successful in finishing his senior season in Missouri.
Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
Grady Jarrett was a beast last season and even though he's re-signed, he might need help for the defensive interior. Oliver has played over center in Houston, but he will be a 3-technical at the top level where his speed and strength will allow him to regularly draw holes and terrorize the quarterbacks.
Daniel Jones, QB, Duc
Same as last week. The Redskins have needs at every offensive skill position but with Alex Smith still recovering from a broken leg and a backup Colt McCoy at one year of his contract, it is essential to adjust the depth to a quarter. Jones is a product of David Cutcliffe, and it seems the role. There are questions about his accuracy but he played behind a suspicious line at Duke and did not have the playmakers down from, say, Haskins, Lock and Murray.
Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
Eric Reid has just signed a new long-term agreement but security Mike Adams, who will be 38 in March, is a free agent. Thompson will miss the combine after a wrist operation, but he is one of the best defensemen in the class and he can change the game in the center. Thompson would be a solid choice for a unit lacking depth in high school.
D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
Metcalf made comparisons with Josh Gordon, but without the concerns off the field. If you're looking to replace Gordon's productivity, why not talk to the player who reminds you? Metcalf is our broadband receiver and it can support games.
T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa
Yes, the Vikings desperately need to improve the offensive line, but what about giving Kirk Cousins one of the best players in the project? Hockenson is a tight end-of-line that can block, and he's a gap from linebackers, most protections and a lot of semi-turns. Kyle Rudolph still has one year on the contract and Hockenson, who made comparisons with Travis Kelce, would give this offense one more weapon.
Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C.
Corey Davis is the big target in the lowlands, but Harmon is the most complete player. He wins at all levels, runs all the routes, has good hands and the physique and control of his body to perform regularly disputed catch.
Williams greedy, CB, LSU
The Steelers need help with the defense and the linebacker, but if Williams, the most sporty cornerback in this category, falls to Pittsburgh # 20, he has to take it.
Sweat ride, EDGE, Mississippi State
Frank Clark Last season (13 sacks), he is the only threat to the Seahawks. Sweat is not as athletic as Bosa, Allen or Polite, but it's hard to argue with his production. He had 12 sacks and 14.5 tackles for the Mississippi State in 2018.
Nasir AdderleyDelaware, S
Eric Weddle still has one year of contract but he is 34 years old. Adderley had a good season with the Blue Hens and a good week at the Senior Bowl. This is a converted corner half whose athletics shines from the center.
Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
Yes, Texans have signed Seantrel Henderson A one-year contract in January, but he has just fractured ankle and Taylor, who played the right tackle in college, could become one of the best offensive linemen in this category. Since the Texans have to do a better job of protecting Deshaun WatsonTaylor could be a starter from the first day.
Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
Jordy Nelson is not the player that he has ever been and that Jared Cook is signed, Derek Carr and this offensive need a playmaker. Samuel can line up n '. anywhere on the field – he can even kick back – and he comes from a strong performance at the Senior Bowl.
Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
The contracts of Jay Ajayi and Darren Sproles have expired after the 2018 season and Jacobs is the best rider in the country. He runs angrily, succeeds in getting out of the backfield and gives Carson Wentz another weapon.
Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
Matt Eberflus turned the Colts into a good defense in 2018. To go from good to excellent, Indy needs to add some extra pieces. After a playoff season for the Huskies, Murphy may well become the best cornerback in this class with a good combination.
Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
The Raiders were messed up on both sides of the ball last season and Bush, a pitcher who also has a touch speed, will strengthen the defense center.
Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
Wilkins returned for his senior season at Clemson and he proved to be his best. In addition to helping the Tigers win a national title, Wilkins broke his career record in the sacks (5.5) and the attack for the loss (14.0). Imagine a defensive line featuring Wilkins, Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram.
Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
Wilson is exactly what NFL teams are looking for in the current linebacker: he is fast, at the speed of the touchline and smart. But he sometimes has trouble getting out of the blocks and can get lost in the mix if he's not up to it. There is a lot to like about Wilson, but he has to clean up some things to make sure it's a first-round pick.
From New Orleans
Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Same as last week. Jimmy Graham Is not he the player he once was and if the Packers are the dynamic attack team we're used to seeing, giving Aaron Rodgers the most athletic intimacy of the project is all about makes sense.
Deandre Baker, BC, Georgia
the rams Need help in high school and Baker may not have the pure athleticism of Greedy Williams, he is a fantastic player who has rarely been beaten at the university. Do not be surprised if this success translates into NFL.
Dr. Mont Jones, State of Ohio, DT
Jones' athletics is off the charts and when he is on it, he can take over the games. He has to work to be more consistent, but his first quick step associated with a variety of hustle moves suggests a high ceiling, especially in a system headed by Bill Belichick.