Minnesota Vikings: Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss
The Vikings reportedly were planning to draft Justin Fields if he fell to them in the 2021 NFL Draft. Perhaps that's a sign that they'll target a quarterback with this pick.
Matt Corral developed well under Lane Kiffin, completing 71 percent of his passes in 2020.
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New York Jets: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
The Jets have endured some issues at linebacker in recent years, so perhaps they'll fix that problem with this pick.
Considered the star player of Alabama's recruiting class, Christian Harris saw time as a freshman because of Dylan Moses' torn ACL, and he was exceptional.
New York Giants: Sevyn Banks, CB, Ohio State
The Giants could use one more cornerback in their secondary, especially if Adoree Jackson doesn't live up to the hype.
Ohio State's secondary struggled in 2020, but not when it came to Sevyn Banks' coverage.
Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Battle, S, Alabama
The Eagles signed Anthony Harris as a low-risk, buy-low addition. If he doesn't solve their safety issues, they'll have to look elsewhere.
Jordan Battle showed big upside in Alabama's secondary last year.
Philadelphia Eagles: Nolan Smith, DE, Georgia
The Eagles signed Ryan Kerrigan, but only for one year. I could see them addressing the trenches with this pick.
Nolan Smith was the top recruit in his class. He's a tremendous athlete and looks to be a dynamic edge threat at the next level.
Washington Redskins: Evan Neal, G/OT, Alabama
Brandon Scherff is an impending free agent. The Redskins could use this pick to replace him, and they're no strangers to drafting Alabama players.
Evan Neal is a 360-pound lineman who can move very well, which almost seems impossible.
Los Angeles Chargers: Zach Harrison, DE, Ohio State
The Chargers will need to replace Melvin Ingram, who departed via free agency this offseason.
Zach Harrison has great size (6-6, 255) and was productive as a freshman at Ohio State.
Baltimore Ravens: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
The Ravens signed a right tackle to replace Orlando Brown, but they need a long-term solution.
Charles Cross has great feet as a former five-star recruit.
Arizona Cardinals: Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M
Arizona needs to make sure Kyler Murray is protected as well as possible. There was some interest in Alijah Vera-Tucker in the 2021 NFL Draft, but he was snatched off the board before the Cardinals were on the clock.
Kenyon Green is a former five-star recruit tackle, but he may have to play guard at the next level.
Miami Dolphins: Jaxson Kirkland, OT, Washington
The Dolphins passed on Penei Sewell in the 2021 NFL Draft. Perhaps they'll regret doing so if Tua Tagovailoa is pressured heavily this season.
Jaxson Kirkland moved to left tackle in 2020 and didn't surrender a single sack.
Cleveland Browns: George Pickens, WR, Georgia
Odell Beckham could be off the roster at this juncture, so they could target a receiver with this pick.
George Pickens had an amazing freshman season. He has nice size (6-3, 190), tremendous athleticism and a wide catch radius.
Buffalo Bills: Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M
The Bills want an upgrade over Dawson Knox, who is just a middling talent.
Jalen Wydermyer had a big sophomore campaign. He's a big tight end (6-5, 260) and has terrific receiving ability.
Detroit Lions: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State
The Lions have absolutely nothing at receiver, so they must address this liability.
Garrett Wilson caught 30 passes as a freshman and then 43 as a sophomore. He'll have more of an opportunity next year, given his tremendous upside.
Denver Broncos: Henry To'o To'o, LB, Alabama
The Broncos have been looking for a linebacker upgrade for quite some time.
Henry To'o To'o switched from Tennessee from Alabama, where Nick Saban will get the most out of his talents.
Pick change; previously Bubba Bolden, S
Kansas City Chiefs: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma
Andy Reid loves bolstering the offensive and defensive lines. He may want a better player next to Chris Jones.
Perrion Winfrey dominated the trenches in 2020, especially late in the season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida
Lavonte David will turn 32 prior to the 2022 NFL Draft. The Buccaneers will need to find a successor soon.
Ventrell Miller is a fast linebacker who has become a nice play-maker in Florida's defense.