Oakland Raiders: Te'von Coney, LB, Notre Dame
Linebacker is one of countless needs the Raiders have on their woeful defense.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo
It's going to take multiple players to replace Antonio Brown's production, especially if James Washington doesn't live up to expectations.
New York Giants: Marvell Tell, S, USC
The Giants acquired Jabrill Peppers to replace Landon Collins, but they needed safety help even before Collins' departure.
New York Giants: Armon Watts, DE/DT, Arkansas
Here's another player for the Giants' front. I'm sure Dave Gettleman will want as many front-seven players from this class as possible.
Cleveland Browns: Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State
The Browns are top-heavy at receiver with Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry and Antonio Callaway on the roster, but they could use some depth at the position.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Benny Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky
The Buccaneers didn't have any sort of running game last year. They'll need to change that in order for Jameis Winston to avoid throwing lots of interceptions.
Detroit Lions: Foster Moreau, TE, UCLA
The Lions didn't get the most out of Eric Ebron, but perhaps their next tight end will live up to expectations.
Buffalo Bills: John Cominsky, DE, Charleston
The Bills have spent lots of energy investigating edge rushers during the pre-draft process, so they could take one earlier than this.
Denver Broncos: David Sills, WR, West Virginia
It doesn't sound like Emmanuel Sanders is going to be on Denver's roster much longer, so the Broncos could be looking for help at receiver.
David Sills has great size at 6-4, 203, and his hands are a positive attribute as well.
Cincinnati Bengals: Beau Benzschawel, G, Wisconsin
The Bengals should find a couple of upgrades to their offensive line, which needs to continue to be revamped.
Beau Benzschawel was told to return to school by draft advisory committee a year ago, but he has a chance to sneak into Day 2.
Green Bay Packers: Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
The Packers lost Randall Cobb this offseason, so they'll need to find a replacement for him.
Emanuel Hall is a 6-1 receiver with tremendous speed. His hands and motivation are an issue, but he has first-round talent.
Miami Dolphins: Phil Haynes, G, Wake Forest
The Dolphins have the worst offensive line in the NFL. They cannot wait beyond the fifth round to select their first blocker.
Atlanta Falcons: Jamal Davis, LB, Akron
The Falcons could stand to add some linebacker depth after what transpired last season. They could also use more players to get to the quarterback.
Washington Redskins: Tre Watson, LB, Maryland
The Redskins need help at linebacker, so I expect them to use an early third-day pick on one.
Tre Watson seems like he'll be a strong two-down run defender in the NFL.
Carolina Panthers: Chuma Edoga, OT, USC
The Panthers could select a tackle as early as the first round. They better make sure they protect Cam Newton.
Cleveland Browns: Stephen Denmark, CB, Valdosta State
The Browns are another team that could double up on cornerbacks, as they need to add some depth in addition to finding a starter across from Denzel Ward.
Denver Broncos: Daniel Wise, DE/DT, Kansas
The Broncos could stand to address their defensive line, as they have off-the-field and injury concerns in that area.
Tennessee Titans: Gary Jennings, WR, West Virginia
The Titans signed Adam Humphries, but they could use one more talented receiver in their group to help Marcus Mariota.
Buffalo Bills: Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State
The Bills have yet to address their secondary, which is something every team likes to do at some point during the draft. You can never have enough talented cornerbacks.
Seattle Seahawks: Blessaun Austin, CB, Rutgers
I expect the Seahawks to use a fourth- or fifth-round pick on a cornerback who fits exactly what they look for in players at the position.
Baltimore Ravens: DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss
The Ravens need to double, or even triple up on receivers, given their major weakness at the position.
DaMarkus Lodge has good run-after-catch skills.
Houston Texans: Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech
The Texans have been scouting receivers aggressively this offseason, which makes sense because they barely have any depth at the position.
Antoine Wesley was very productive at Texas Tech and has great size (6-5, 200), but his route running isn't very good.
Chicago Bears: Ka'dar Hollman, CB, Toledo
The Bears lost Bryce Callahan this offseason, so they'll need to use one of their earlier picks on a cornerback.
Philadelphia Eagles: Mark Fields, CB, Clemson
The Eagles re-signed Ronald Darby, but that was for only one year. Thus, they could use a mid-round pick on the position.
Indianapolis Colts: Kevin Givens, DT, Penn State
The Colts need to find multiple pieces in an attempt to improve their lackluster pass rush.
Dallas Cowboys: Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State
The Cowboys are getting Jason Witten back for one more year - go here for the Jason Witten Mock Draft, by the way - but they'll have to use a mid-round pick on a tight end for the future.
Dax Raymond isn't very athletic, but he's a reliable pass-catching tight end.
Los Angeles Chargers: Tyler Roemer, OT, San Diego State
The Chargers could draft a tackle as early as the first round in order to find some much-needed protection for Philip Rivers. This is better late than never.
Kansas City Chiefs: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
The Chiefs need help at cornerback, as they're weak at the position outside of Kendall Fuller and Bashaud Breeland, if he can stay healthy.
Damon Arnette struggled early in 2017, but improved as the season progressed. He has nice size (6-0) and speed, but once again struggled in 2018.
New Orleans Saints: Gerald Willis, DT, Miami
Sheldon Rankins tore his Achilles in January, so he may not be able to play in 2019. The Saints may pursue a defensive tackle in the middle rounds as a result.
Los Angeles Rams: Michael Jordan, G/C, Ohio State
The Rams lost two interior offensive linemen in free agency, so they should look into adding another blocker.
Michael Jordan can play both center and guard, so his versatility will make him appealing on Draft Day.
Cleveland Browns: Ty Summers, LB, TCU
The Browns will need multiple linebackers in the wake of Jamie Collins' release.
New York Giants: Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
The Giants have improved their offensive line this offseason, but they're still in search of an upgrade at right tackle.
Atlanta Falcons: Ryan Bates, G, Penn State
The Falcons continue to add talent to their poor defensive line. I expect three picks to be used to bolster that group.
Washington Redskins: Sutton Smith, DE/OLB, Northern Illinois
The Redskins could stand to obtain another edge rusher, as they don't have much depth there, especially in the wake of Preston Smith's departure.