Carolina Panthers: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
The Panthers have endured issues in their secondary ever since Josh Norman was let go. They'll need to obtain a No. 1 cornerback.
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.
Pick change; previously Amani Orunwariye, CB
San Francisco 49ers: Montez Sweat, DE/OLB, Mississippi State
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.
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.
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.
Pick change; previously Christian Wilkins, DT
Baltimore Ravens: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
The Ravens upgraded their receiving corps this offseason by bringing in Michael Crabtree and John Brown. However, Crabtree is entering his mid-30s and won't be around for very long, while Brown is injury-prone. Here's a long-term solution at quarterback.
Marquise Brown is a small receiver (5-11, 162), but he can bolt for the end zone any time he gets his hands on the ball.
Pick change; previously Terrell Lewis, DE
Cincinnati Bengals: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
The Bengals can afford to take the best player available at this juncture, and that would be Christian Wilkins. Geno Atkins was just re-signed to a long-term deal, but he'll turn 31 this upcoming offseason, so Cincinnati will need to add a successor at some point.
Christian Wilkins has superior speed and athleticism as an interior disruptor.
Pick change; previously David Edwards, OT
Oakland Raiders: Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
The Raiders need help all over their defense. They found a temporary solution at linebacker in Derrick Johnson, but they'll need to obtain a long-term answer at the position.
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 Dre'Mont Jones, DT
Green Bay Packers: Chase Winovich, DE/OLB, Michigan
The Packers should look into adding a young edge rusher, as Clay Matthews will turn 33 a couple of weeks following the 2019 NFL Draft.
Chase Winovich has incredible speed off the edge. He dominated Notre Dame in the 2018 opener.
Los Angeles Chargers: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
The Chargers have no successor for Philip Rivers unless you count Geno Smith and Cardale Jones, and you should definitely not do that. General manager Tom Telesco, who has done a great job of assembling a terrific roster, could consider a quarterback with upside at the end of the opening frame.
Drew Lock has a great arm and can make any throw, but he really needs to work on his field vision and accuracy.
Pick change; previously Tre Lamar, LB
Jacksonville Jaguars: Joe Jackson, DE, Miami
The Jaguars showed last year that they're willing to add to their strengths, so taking a prospect to join their dynamic edge rushers is certainly a possibility.
Joe Jackson has been very productive for Miami, thanks to his great speed, length and size.
Pick change; previously Drew Lock, QB
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.
Los Angeles Rams: Jalen Jelks, DE, Oregon
The Rams lost Robert Quinn this past offseason, yet they didn't properly replace him. They'll have to target edge rushers in this loaded class.
Jalen Jelks will need to add some weight if he wants to play in a 4-3, but he has the potential to be versatile enough to fit any scheme.
Green Bay Packers: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
The Packers have been trying to trade Randall Cobb because of his $9 million salary. They won't be able to pay him after 2018, so they could opt to find a new starting receiver early in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Deebo Samuel barely played last year because of a fractured fibula, but he's a second-round prospect who could sneak into the opening frame with a big 2018 campaign.
Pick change; previously N'Keal Harry, WR
Kansas City Chiefs: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
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.
Damon Arnette struggled early in 2017, but improved as the season progressed. He has nice size (6-0) and speed (4.40), and could end up being a first-round pick.
Pick change; previously Trayvon Mullen, CB
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.
New England Patriots: Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky
The Patriots have endured issues at linebacker beyond Dont'a Hightower for years. It's time to finally address their dire need for another linebacker.
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.