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Washington Redskins: Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina
The Redskins will likely trade Trent Williams, so they'll need a new left tackle.
Pick change; previously Reggie Robinson, CB
Detroit Lions: K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
The Lions could lose Marvin Jones soon, so they'll likely be interested in drafting a receiver in the middle rounds.
K.J. Hill runs good routes and has great run-after-catch skills.
Pick change; previously Josh Uche, DE/LB
New York Giants: Julian Okwara, DE/OLB, Notre Dame
The Giants must improve their edge rush in order to help their poor secondary. They could double up on edge rushers if they don't sign Jadeveon Clowney.
Houston Texans: Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa
The Texans have a weak secondary, so they may use a mid-round pick to address this major liability.
Los Angeles Chargers: Gabriel Davis, WR, Central Florida
The Chargers gave far too many snaps to someone named Andre Patton last year. Patton may have been the least efficient NFL receiver I've ever seen in my life.
Gabriel Davis has great size (6-3, 212) and has generated a buzz among the scouting community.
Pick change; previously Kendrick Rogers, WR
Carolina Panthers: Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA
The Panthers need an insurance policy behind Christian McCaffrey, so a mid-round pick could be used on a running back.
Pick change; previously Michael Pittman Jr., WR
Arizona Cardinals: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
Kyler Murray wants his team to select CeeDee Lamb. That probably won't happen, but the Cardinals are expected to draft a receiver at some point.
Pick change; previously Prince Tega Wanogho, OT
Cleveland Browns: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
The Browns could stand to add help at defensive tackle behind Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi.
Pick change; previously Danny Pinter, G
Jacksonville Jaguars: Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne
The Jaguars could stand to double up on safeties.
Kyle Dugger is big and quick,and he possesses an excellent skill set.
Pick change; previously Saahdiq Charles, OT
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: James Morgan, QB, Florida International
The Buccaneers obviously need to find a quarterback who can take over for Tom Brady in a couple of years.
James Morgan has made a name for himself by being the best quarterback at the East-West Shrine, by far.
Denver Broncos: Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty
I could see the Broncos doubling up on receivers to really strengthen the position.
Antonio Gandy-Golden has great size (6-4, 220) and hands. Level of competition and speed are question marks.
Pick change; previously Bryan Edwards, WR
Atlanta Falcons: A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College
Todd Gurley obviously can't handle a full workload because of his knees, so the Falcons may use a mid-round pick on a running back.
New York Jets: Casey Toohill, LB, Stanford
There's some talk that the Jets could cut Avery Williamson, so they may add a linebacker in the middle rounds.
Casey Toohill is a one-year wonder, but he played extremely well in 2019.
Pick change; previously Willie Gay Jr., LB
Las Vegas Raiders: Antoine Brooks, S, Maryland
The Raiders could use some depth at safety, given that they lost Karl Joseph this offseason.
Pick change; previously Eno Benjamin, RB
Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
The Colts may spend a third- or fourth-round pick on a potential successor for Philip Rivers.
Pick change; previously Casey Toohill, OT
Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin
The Cowboys must find a new center to replace the suddenly retired Travis Frederick.
Pick change; previously Bryce Hall, CB
Pittsburgh Steelers: Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State
The Steelers don't have much depth at linebacker, so that's a position they could address on Day 3.
Pick change; previously Darrynton Evans, RB
New England Patriots: Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
The Patriots lost several linebackers in free agency, so they're expected to add multiple players at the position.
Pick change; previously Adam Trautman, TE
Los Angeles Rams: DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami
The Rams might be interested in drafting two running backs, given the huge hole at the position.
Pick change; previously Jet Anderson, RB
Philadelphia Eagles: Jake Hanson, C, Oregon
There have been rumblings about a Jason Kelce retirement, so the Eagles may want to protect themselves in the middle rounds.
Pick change; previously Essang Bassey, CB
Buffalo Bills: Darrell Taylor, DE/OLB, Tennessee
Lorenzo Alexander retired and Shaq Lawson is gone, so the Bills should add another player who can generate pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
Pick change; previously Chauncey Rivers, DE
Baltimore Ravens: Hakeem Adeniji, G, Kansas
The Ravens lost Marshal Yanda to retirement, so they'll need to draft a guard at some point.
Pick change; previously Joe Gaziano, DE/DT
New Orleans Saints: Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
The Saints signed Emmanuel Sanders, but they still need another receiver.
Tyler Johnson is a sound receiver; he's a good route-runner and is a sure-handed pass-catcher.
Pick change; previously Krys Barnes, LB
Arizona Cardinals: Terrell Burgess, CB/S, Utah
The Cardinals have needed help across from Patrick Peterson for quite some time. Peterson also happens to be an impending free agent.
Pick change; previously Bryce Hall, CB
Minnesota Vikings: Terrance Steele, OT, Texas Tech
The Vikings are strapped for cash, so they may select a tackle who can take over for Riley Reiff in the near future.
Terrance Steele is a lengthy tackle who had a nice 2019 campaign.
Pick change; previously Netane Muti, G
Seattle Seahawks: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
The Seahawks traded for Quinton Dunbar, but they still need one other cornerback to strengthen their secondary.
Pick change; previously Keith Ismael, C
Baltimore Ravens: Larrell Murchison, DT, N.C. State
The Ravens tried to sign Michael Brockers, but that attempt failed because Brockers couldn't pass their physical. Here's another defensive lineman to compensate.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Curtis Weaver, DE/OLB, Boise State
Bud Dupree may not be on the roster next year because of an expiring contract, so here's a potential successor.
Curtis Weaver had a ridiculous 11 sacks as a freshman. He'll have to be an edge player in a 3-4 defense. He has skill-set limitations that will keep him limited to Day 2 or early Day 3.
Pick change; previously Matt Hennessy, C
Green Bay Packers: Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M
The Packers need multiple new receivers, given how bad the group was last year.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
The Jaguars should make sure that Trevor Lawrence has a solid tight end at his disposal come 2021.
Kansas City Chiefs: Khalid Kareem, DE, Notre Dame
It wouldn't surprise me at all if Andy Reid adds multiple edge rushers this offseason, given how much he loves to bolster the trenches.
Khaleed Kareem generated lots of pressure for the Irish in their strong start last season. He has a nice frame (6-4, 265) with great upside.
New England Patriots: K'Von Wallace, S, Clemson
The Patriots acquired this pick in the Rob Gronkowski trade. They can use it to obtain some youth at safety.
Jacksonville Jaguars: John Simpson, G, Clemson
The Jaguars have severe offensive line issues they must address with multiple picks.
Miami Dolphins: Lloyd Cushenberry, C, LSU
The Dolphins need upgrades on every spot of the offensive line, so here's a new center.
Pick change; previously Jack Driscoll, OT
Washington Redskins: Stephen Guidry, WR, Mississippi State
The Redskins have two promising receivers in Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims Jr., but they need one more talented player at the position.
Stephen Guidry has great size (6-4, 190) and nice upside.
Pick change; previously Michael Divinity, LB
Atlanta Falcons: Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh
The Falcons could select a cornerback much earlier than this, given their dire need.
Pick change; previously Jabari Zuniga, DE
Seattle Seahawks: Jabari Zuniga, DE, Florida
The Seahawks should add multiple edge rushers, as one player won't be able to replace Jadeveon Clowney's production.
Jabari Zuniga isn't strong enough for the NFL quite yet, but he has some potential.
Pick change; previously McTelvin Agim, DE
Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Metellus, S, Michigan
The Eagles need to add to their secondary, as they lost Malcolm Jenkins this offseason.
Philadelphia Eagles: Dante Olson, LB, Montana
The Eagles needed linebacking help even before they cut Nigel Bradham, so they could add multiple players at the position.