Washington Redskins: Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
The Redskins signed Paul Richardson this offseason, but he's not a No. 1 receiver. This is something Washington could pursue next spring.
Collin Johnson has great upside and athleticism for someone with his frame (6-6, 212), but caught only 28 passes as a freshman. He's taken a big step this season with 54 receptions.
Atlanta Falcons: Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
The Falcons were expected to address their defensive line during the draft, but the spend too much energy doing it. They'll need to make amends for that next spring.
Dre'Mont Jones has a first-round skill set, according to sources Charlie Campbell reached out to.
San Francisco 49ers: Joe Jackson, DE, Miami
The 49ers may want to look into adding another pass-rusher to go with Solomon Thomas, given all of the quarterbacking talent in the NFC West.
Joe Jackson has been very productive for Miami, thanks to his great speed, length and size.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrell Lewis, DE/OLB, Alabama
The Steelers haven't been pleased with Bud Dupree, and they could decide to move on from him next offseason if he doesn't begin producing.
Terrell Lewis was knocked out for the season against Florida State, but he could have a big bounce-back campaign next year.
Oakland Raiders: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma
The Raiders have a couple of aging running backs on their roster, and it's possible they might want to move on from Marshawn Lynch and Doug Martin next spring.
Rodney Anderson missed the early stages of 2017 because of a neck injury, but was dominant after that, displaying a great mix of size and athleticism. Anderson was accused of rape, which is why he disappeared in my 2019 NFL Mock Draft for a while, but the charges were not pursued by the disrict attorney.
Minnesota Vikings: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
The Vikings paid Kirk Cousins a ton of guaranteed money this offseason, so they'll need to make sure they protect him as well as possible. Adding another tackle or guard makes sense.
Jonah Williams had a great freshman year as Alabama's right tackle. He's now manning the blind side with Cam Robinson gone.
Green Bay Packers: Ahmmon Richards, WR, Miami
The Packers will need to add more offensive weapons in the wake of Jordy Nelson's departure.
Ahmmon Richards was highly productive as a freshman, catching 49 passes for 934 yards. He didn't do much this past year because of a hamstring, but he should have a big 2018 campaign.
Los Angeles Chargers: Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
There was some speculation that the Chargers wanted to draft Leighton Vander Esch, but I'm sure they didn't anticipate Derwin James falling to them. Here's a linebacker upgrade they need.
Tre Lamar missed a chunk of the 2017 season with injuries, but he projects as a potential first-round pick because of his length, speed and upside.
Pick change; previously Greg Little, OT
Los Angeles Rams: Montez Sweat, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
The Rams lost Robert Quinn this offseason, yet they didn't properly replace him. They'll have to target edge rushers in this loaded class.
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.
Pick change; previously Marlon Davidson, DE
Kansas City Chiefs: Marlon Davidson, DE, Auburn
The Chiefs didn't have the draft capital to properly replace the departed Tamba Hali. They'll need a new edge rusher across from Justin Houston.
Marlon Davidson wasn't a huge contributor for Auburn as a freshman, but he thrived this previous season.
Pick change; previously Jalen Jelks, DE
Carolina Panthers: Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson
The Panthers won't be able to rely on Julius Peppers much longer, so they might want to target one of the many talented edge rushers in this class.
Austin Bryant played his way into first-round consideration last year, and he has a chance to improve his stock even further with a strong 2018 campaign.
Houston Texans: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
I could see the Texans targeting an intriguing backfield weapon for Deshaun Watson, especially if D'Onta Foreman struggles off his Achilles tear.
Green Bay Packers: Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky
The Packers could use New Orleans' pick to bolster their linebacking corps, which has been in need of an upgrade for several years.
Josh Allen has great size, speed and athleticism, and he also has the versatility to play multiple positions. He's compared to as a hybrid of Leonard Floyd and Zach Cunningham, as he can play in coverage and also rush the quarterback effectively on the edge.
New England Patriots: Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Rob Gronkowski flirted with retirement this offseason. Even if he keeps playing, it would make sense to add another tight end, as New England once wanted to use Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez in the same offense.
Noah Fant is an athletic marvel, notching a 41-inch vertical in spring testing. He needs to improve his blocking, but his receiving ability should allow him to be a first-round pick.
Philadelphia Eagles: Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
The Eagles wanted Sony Michel, but the Patriots stole him from them. Here's another running back to replace or complement Jay Ajayi, who has durability issues.
Bryce has a great mix of balance, underrated strength, vision and home-run ability.