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Miami Dolphins: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
It's going to be difficult counting on Matt Breida to remain healthy, so here's some running back help.
Najee Harris was one of the top recruits in the country in 2017, and he showed off his talents as a freshman. He's been tremendous again this past season.
Carolina Panthers: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
The Panthers may have selected a cornerback if Derrick Brown wasn't available. They need a replacement for James Bradberry.
Tyson Campbell is a very strong, physical cornerback with great size (6-2, 180).
Washington Redskins: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
The Redskins failed to find a replacement for Jordan Reed during the 2020 NFL Draft, so they'll have to address that need next April.
Kyle Pitts is a matchup nightmare, as he's too fast for linebackers and too big for safeties.
Chicago Bears: Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
The Bears lost Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, so they'll need to replace him at some point.
Andre Cisco has a chance to sneak into the first round when he declares, as he's been a very productive player.
Los Angeles Rams: Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
There's a chance Andrew Whitworth will retire after the 2020 season. That would make the Rams' already-putrid offensive line even worse.
Liam Eichenberg took over at left tackle in the wake of Mike McGlinchey's departure to the NFL.
Detroit Lions: Caden Sterns, S, Texas
The Lions could use a safety after trading Quandre Diggs to the Seahawks.
Caden Sterns emerged as a star for Texas' defense as a freshman, picking off four passes. Unfortunately, he missed most of his sophomore campaign with a knee injury.
New York Jets: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State
The Le'Veon Bell-Adam Gase marriage may not end very well. There was already speculation that the Jets may move on from Bell, so perhaps that'll actually happen during the 2021 offseason.
Cincinnati Bengals: Quincy Roche, DE/OLB, Miami
The Bengals need to continue to assemble defensive talent to help them contain Lamar Jackson, which includes another pass rusher.
Quincy Roche needs to bulk up, but he has plenty of explosion of out of the snap.
Miami Dolphins: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
DeVante Parker was amazing in 2019, but there's a chance that was a mirage. If so, Miami will be in the market for a receiver.
Tamorrion Terry is a big, athletic receiver who could sneak into the first round.
Tennessee Titans: Carlos Basham, DE/DT, Wake Forest
The Titans traded away Jurrell Casey, so they'll need to find a replacement in the near future.
Carlos Basham always stuffed the run well, but his pass rush improved tremendously from 2018 to 2019.
Atlanta Falcons: Chazz Surratt, DE/OLB, North Carolina
The Falcons were rumored to be interested in K'Lavon Chaisson. They didn't get him, but here's another edge rusher.
Chazz Surratt spent some time at quarterback before breaking out at linebacker. He should continue to improve as he learns the position.
Los Angeles Chargers: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
Here's more offensive line help for the Chargers. It's difficult to trust Mike Pouncey.
Creed Humphrey has been impressive in the middle of Oklahoma's offensive line thus far.
Las Vegas Raiders: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
Here's another cornerback for the Raiders, who need as much help as possible to defend Patrick Mahomes.
Green Bay Packers: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
It's fair to wonder if the Packers know how bad their receivers are. Perhaps they'll do some film study and figure that out soon.
Amon-Ra St. Brown had a big sophomore campaign, catching 60 passes for 750 yards and three touchdowns.
New England Patriots: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
Sony Michel and Damien Harris will have one more year to prove their worth. If they both continue to struggle, Bill Belichick will be looking for a new running back.
Chuba Hubbard is projected as a second-round pick. He has great vision and instincts, and he can catch passes well out of the backfield.
Arizona Cardinals: Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
The Cardinals could use an early 2021 pick on a receiver if Larry Fitzgerald retires.
Tylan Wallace doesn't have great size and speed, but he runs routes very well. He tore his ACL in October 2019.
Dallas Cowboys: Merlin Robertson, LB, Arizona State
The Cowboys expressed interest in using a second-day pick on a linebacker, but the player they were interested in was chosen before they were on the clock.
Merlin Robertson was outstanding as a freshman in Herm Edwards' defense.
Cleveland Browns: Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
The Browns may tire of Odell Beckham's antics quite soon if he continues to fail to live up to expectations.
Anthony Schwartz caught just 19 passes as a freshman, but he has loads of potential. He'll have a chance to break the 40-time record at the combine.
New York Giants: Jonathan Garvin, DE, Miami
The Giants still haven't addressed their edge rush, so they'll have to do that sometime soon.
Jonathan Garvin logged 5.5 sacks in 2018. He has a ton of potential to fill out his frame.
Minnesota Vikings: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
It's only a matter of time before the Vikings realize that they'll need to replace Kirk Cousins.
Kellen Mond has been inconsistent throughout his Texas A&M career, but he has shown improvement in accuracy.
Denver Broncos: Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern
The Broncos showed interest in an early linebacker in the 2020 NFL Draft, so that's a position that could be addressed in 2021.
Paddy Fisher was unbelievably productive for Northwestern despite being a freshman. He's become one of the top linebackers in the Big Ten.
Philadelphia Eagles: Mustafa Johnson, DT, Colorado
The Eagles are no strangers to bolstering the trenches, so they may decide to do that once again.
Mustafa Johnson broke out in 2018 after being a Juco transfer.
Pittsburgh Steelers: C.J. Verdell, RB, Oregon
The Steelers were disappointed with James Conner, so they'll be looking for a new running back soon.
C.J. Verdell is a 200-pound back with explosive ability and plus catching skills. It didn't take him very long to win the starting job as a redshirt freshman.
Seattle Seahawks: Chase Lucas, CB, Arizona State
The Seahawks traded for Quinton Dunbar, but they still need another cornerback.
Buffalo Bills: Rondale Moore, RB/WR, Purdue
The Bills don't really have any needs, so they can afford to use a second-round pick on a versatile weapon.
Rondale Moore is a very intriguing weapon. He accumulated 1,367 yards as a freshman by both running and receiving. Some NFL team is going to figure out a great way to use the extremely talented 175-pounder.
Indianapolis Colts: Dimitri Moore, LB, Vanderbilt
The Colts may be interested in adding some linebacking help around Darius Leonard.
Dimitri Moore was just a three-star recruit, but he has been a tremendous play-maker for Vanderbilt.
San Francisco 49ers: Alec Lindstrom, C, Boston College
The 49ers were expected to target a center early in the 2020 NFL Draft, so they may pursue the position at this juncture.
The brother of Falcons guard Chris Lindstrom, Alec had an injury history early in his collegiate career but has seemingly overcome those.
Baltimore Ravens: Thomas Booker, DE/DT, Stanford
Calais Campbell will be great for the short term, but here's an answer for the long haul.
Thomas Booker, a former five-star recruit, is an agile defensive lineman who will fit into a 4-3 or 3-4.
New Orleans Saints: Randall St. Felix, WR, South Florida
The Saints signed Emmanuel Sanders, but they need a second receiver for the long term.
Randall St. Felix is a huge receiver (6-2, 205) who was very productive in his first season with South Florida.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
Ndamukong Suh may not be around for much longer, so the Buccaneers will be searching for another defensive tackle soon.
Kansas City Chiefs: Richard LeCounte, S, Georgia
The Chiefs could add some more play-making ability in their secondary.
Richard LeCounte is a rangy tackling machine who has drawn comparisons to Eddie Jackson.