One major hole the Texans didn't really address this offseason was right tackle. Julie'n Davenport was drafted, but he's a project and may not pan out. Duane Brown is gone, and so tackle has become a huge need.
Jonah Williams had a great freshman year as Alabama's right tackle. He's now manning the blind side with Cam Robinson gone.
Minnesota Vikings: Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Joshua Jackson, CB
It's a shame, but Sharrif Floyd may never be able to play again. The Vikings will consider finding his replacement here, as they'll need someone new to play next to Linval Joseph.
Dre'Mont Jones has a first-round skill set, according to sources Charlie Campbell reached out to.
Los Angeles Chargers: Chauncey Gardner, S, Florida 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): James Daniels, C
The Chargers could have - and probably should have - taken Malik Hooker at No. 7 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. Tre Boston is an impending free agent, and he'll need to be replaced if he's not re-signed.
Chauncey Garnder played nickel for the Gators last year, but is taking on a larger role now. He's a great athlete and possesses terrific upside as a dynamic safety.
The Broncos were interested in Haason Reddick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but he never made it to them. They need to finally replace Danny Trevathan.
Devin White was extremely productive this past season, logging 133 tackles. A projected running back, White is still learning the position, which is crazy considering how great he was in 2017.
Atlanta Falcons: Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Taven Bryan, DT
The Falcons have several defensive linemen heading into free agency this offseason, so they'll need to find some replacements. I could see them going back-to-back defensive linemen.
Austin Bryant played his way into first-round consideration last year, and he has a chance to improve his stock even further with a strong 2018 campaign.
New England Patriots: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Kolton Miller, OT
The Patriots could lose Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead this offseason, so they may have to use an early-round pick on a proper replacement.
Rodney Anderson missed the early stages of 2017 because of a neck injury, but was dominant after that, displaying a great mix of size and athleticism. Anderson was accused of rape, which is why he disappeared in my 2019 NFL Mock Draft for a while, but the charges were not pursued by the disrict attorney.
Cincinnati Bengals: Connor McGovern, G, Penn State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Derwin James, S
The Bengals lost two offensive linemen in free agency this spring. A third could depart next offseason. Cincinnati really needs to improve its blocking, as Andy Dalton has barely had any time in the pocket this season.
Connor McGovern projects as the top guard in the 2019 NFL Draft. He's been great for Penn State, paving the way for Saquon Barkley.
Green Bay Packers: Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Marcus Davenport, DE
The Packers thought they upgraded tight end with Martellus Bennett, but as it turns out, the only thing Bennett accomplished was stealing money from the organization. A new tight end is needed.
Serving as Josh Rosen's favorite target, Caleb Wilson is a talented route-runner who has been very productive this season. He needs to improve his blocking.
Seattle Seahawks: Bryce Love, RB, Stanford 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Isaiah Wynn, G
The Seahawks have gone through approximately a billion running backs since Marshawn Lynch's first retirement, so perhaps they'll finally find a solution with this pick.
Bryce has a great mix of balance, underrated strength, vision and home-run ability.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Calvin Ridley, WR
The Jaguars might make a move for a left tackle if Cam Robinson doesn't improve.
Greg "Mr. Reliable" Little was a five-star recruit coming out of high school. He's an athletic left tackle who could become a top-20 pick.
Dallas Cowboys: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Roquan Smith, LB
It doesn't sound like Dez Bryant is going to be around much longer, and Dallas already needed an upgrade at receiver across from Bryant.
Parris Campbell has big-play ability, but hasn't lived up to it statistically because of some poor passing.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Leighton Vander Esch, LB
Pittsburgh's two biggest needs right now are in the middle of its defense. Both inside linebacker and safety need to be upgraded in the near future.
Taylor Rapp is part of Washington's terrific secondary, recording four interceptions as a mere freshman.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Zach Allen, DE/DT, Boston College 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 3/8): Quenton Nelson, G
The Buccaneers need to find some better pass-rushers for their defensive front, especially with Robert Ayers heading into free agency a month prior to the 2019 NFL Draft.
Zach Allen needs to develop more pass-rushing moves, but he has a nice combination of size and strength, and he happens to be a stout run defender and a quality pass-rusher.