Cleveland Browns: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
I have the Browns picking Saquon Barkley in my real 2018 NFL Mock Draft, but Barkley is not at the Senior Bowl. There are franchise quarterbacks at the Senior Bowl, however, so the Browns would take Josh Allen in this scenario, as they have to find their signal-caller of the future.
New York Giants: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
As in my real mock draft, the Giants are selecting a quarterback. Baker Mayfield is the other first-round signal-caller at the Senior Bowl, and if Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen would've gone back to school, Mayfield would be a realistic option for New York in the real draft.
Indianapolis Colts: Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas-San Antonio
There's a ton of hype surrounding Marcus Davenport. He could be chosen in the top 10. He could be the best non-quarterback to come out of the Senior Bowl.
Cleveland Browns: Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
The Browns need to protect their new quarterback. They have a solid offensive line, but their hole at right tackle needs to be filled. Brian O'Neill has been discussed as a potential first-round pick.
Denver Broncos: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
James Washington has enjoyed a terrific Senior Bowl and could be chosen in the opening round of the real draft. The Broncos will need a new receiver if Demaryius Thomas leaves.
New York Jets: Isaiah Wynn, G, Georgia
Isaiah Wynn got hurt in the Senior Bowl practices, but still should be in first-round consideration. The Jets need to bolster their pedestrian offensive line.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State
Brent Grimes is not going to be around much longer, so the Buccaneers have to find a cornerback to play across from Vernon Hargreaves.
Chicago Bears: Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon
The Bears have a great interior offensive line if everyone's healthy, but they need to improve their tackle play. Thereis some concern with Tyrell Crosby's height (6-4), but scouts love his quick feet.
San Francisco 49ers: Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama
The 49ers could take Bradley Bozeman with their late-second-round pick, but it makes sense to take him ninth overall in this scenario. San Francisco's center situation is pretty poor.
Oakland Raiders: Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State
I wrote that the Raiders could take Roquan Smith, as Jon Gruden wants his next Derrick Brooks. Darius Leonard, a second-round prospect, would fill that role in this scenario.
Miami Dolphins: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
The Senior Bowl is loaded with some talented, second-day tight end prospects. The Dolphins could take one to provide Ryan Tannehill with another weapon.
Cincinnati Bengals: Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
Desmond Harrison is a talented tackle prospect, but comes with off-the-field issues. The Bengals could ignore those to fix their tackles woes.
Washington Redskins: Justin Jones, DT, N.C. State
The Redskins are desperate for a nose tackle. They could sign Bennie Logan. If not, they may select a player at that position at No. 13 overall. Justin Jones had a great Senior Bowl week.
Green Bay Packers: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
Mike Gesicki isn't a good blocker, but he could be a nice receiving threat for the Packers, who need an upgrade at tight end.
Arizona Cardinals: Brett Toth, OT, Army
Brett Toth has some availability concerns because of the Army, but he's likely to be a second-day pick. The Cardinals need a replacement for Jared Veldheer.
Baltimore Ravens: D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
DJ Chark had an inconsistent Senior Bowl, but should still be a second-day pick. The Ravens are desperate for receiving talent.