Philadelphia Eagles: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
The Eagles desperately need to improve their secondary, as they've surrendered big passing performances to nearly every quarterback they've played thus far in 2018.
Greedy Williams had a spectacular freshman season with six interceptions. Williams has great size (6-2, 182) and quickness, and he has top-10 upside.
Miami Dolphins: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
The Dolphins lost Ndamukong Suh last offseason, so they'll need to find someone who can replace half of what he did in the defensive interior.
Christian Wilkins has superior speed and athleticism as an interior disruptor.
Green Bay Packers: Zach Allen, DE/DT, Boston College
Muhammad Wilkerson played well for the Packers in two-and-a-half games, but he's out for the season, and he signed just a 1-year contract anyway. A replacement will be needed if he leaves.
Zach Allen needs to develop more pass-rushing moves, but he has a nice combination of size and strength, and he happens to be a stout run defender and a quality pass-rusher.
Tennessee Titans: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
The Titans don't have any downfield receiving talent for Marcus Mariota outside of Corey Davis. Mariota has to rely on the likes of Tajae Sharpe and Taywan Taylor, which is a problem. This issue would be fixed by getting a steal in A.J. Brown at No. 20 overall.
Brown has a tremendous athleticism, and he was a great weapon for Ole Miss last year. He could be a top-10 pick, so this is tremendous value.
Cincinnati Bengals: Albert Okwuegbunan, TE, Missouri
"It's unclear how long Tyler Eifert will last before suffering his next injury. If he gets hurt again, here's a replacement." I literally wrote that the week before the season-ending injury. Poor Eifert.
The athletic Albert Okwuegbunan had a coming-out party against Georgia and should be the first tight end off the board in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Minnesota Vikings: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
The Vikings have some great defensive players, but they have a major weakness, which is their inability to cover in space. Their linebacking corps needs an injection of talent.
Mack Wilson has good coverage skills, so he'll generate interest from teams in the second half of Round 1.
Houston Texans: Cody Ford, G, Oklahoma
The Texans would be crazy if they passed on an opportunity to upgrade their atrocious offensive line. They've gotten Deshaun Watson so banged up that he can fly on airplanes.
Cody Ford is a 335-pound right tackle at Oklahoma who should move to guard at the next level. He has very good athleticism for his massive frame.
Washington Redskins: Montez Sweat, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
When Matt Ryan converted third down, after third down, after third down, it was clear that the Falcons needed to bolster their edge rush. They lack a potent threat across from Ryan Kerrigan.
Montez Sweat registered 10.5 sacks in his first season, and he has major potential. He has a big frame and could stand to pack on 20 pounds of muscle, so the potential is there.
Oakland Raiders: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
Jon Gruden obtained his new Simeon Rice with his own pick. He found his new Derrick Brooks with Dallas' selection. And now, he can get his new John Lynch with Chicago's choice.
Deionte Thompson has a great blend of size (6-2, 196), speed and athleticism. He's been very productive replacing Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Carolina Panthers: DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia
The Panthers' weak cornerbacks were exposed in the Thursday night blowout loss to the Steelers. Donte Jackson is a good corner, but the rest of the group needs to be upgraded.
DeAndre Baker had a terrific 2017 campaign, showing great athleticism. He's been great this season as well, especially against LSU.
Pick change; previously Elgton Jenkins, C
New England Patriots: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
The Patriots tried to trade Rob Gronkowski last offseason, and now we see why. Gronkowski is a shell of his former self, so here's a replacement.
Irv Smith Jr. is a dangerous threat after the catch, and he has good route-running skills and nice hands.
Los Angeles Chargers: Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
The Chargers looked soft up the middle against the Rams, as they struggled to stop Todd Gurley and apply pressure on Jared Goff. They've needed help at defensive tackle for some time.
Dre'Mont Jones has a first-round skill set, according to sources Charlie Campbell reached out to.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
The Steelers have some major issues in their secondary, as well their linebacking corps. I imagine they'll want to select the best player at either position.
Amani Oruwariye is a big cornerback (6-1, 203) who possesses some quickness. Long speed is a question mark, but if he shows well at the combine, he could be a first-round pick.
Pick change; previously Tre Lamar, LB
Green Bay Packers: Jachai Polite, DE/OLB, Florida
The Packers should look into adding a young edge rusher, as the frustrated Clay Matthews will turn 33 a couple of weeks following the 2019 NFL Draft.
Jachai Polite has a ton of upside. He didn't do much in 2016, but he has a couple of sacks through half the season. He's been having a strong 2018 campaign, including the LSU victory where he drew lots of double teams.
Los Angeles Rams: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
The Rams were supposed to have great play from their cornerbacks this year, but that hasn't been the case because both Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters have been injured. That's the sort of thing that happens when relying on old players at corner, so the Rams may want to inject some youth at the position.
Trayvon Mullen is a 6-foot-2 corner who was highly recruited and could be a mid-first-round pick with a strong 2018 campaign.
Kansas City Chiefs: Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn
The Chiefs need to replace Marcus Peters at some point, and they could do it with three picks in the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft.
Jamel Dean has great size (6-2, 208) and tremendous potential.