Indianapolis Colts: Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
The Colts were 20th in pass defense efficiency last year. Both their pass rush and secondary were responsible for this, so Indianapolis can take a big step toward correcting this problem by obtaining an upgrade at cornerback.
Pick change; previously Montez Sweat, DE/OLB
Oakland Raiders: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
The Raiders have a big need at cornerback, but they can wait until this selection to obtain one, given all of the corner value available in Round 2.
Trayvon Mullen is a 6-foot-2 corner who was highly recruited. However, he has disappointed team sources, so it sounds like he'll be taken in the Round 2-4 range.
San Francisco 49ers: D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
There was talk that the 49ers would attempt to trade for Antonio Brown, but the other Bay Area team obtained the former Steeler diva instead. The 49ers are expected to use an early pick on a receiver.
New York Giants: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
Still no edge rusher, but this is a position the Giants sorely need to address, as they struggled mightily against the pass last year.
Justin Layne has nice size at 6-3, 185, and he was able to answer speed concerns at the combine. We recently featured him on the 2019 NFL Draft Stock Report.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
The Jaguars need to give Nick Foles a No. 1 receiver to throw to, as they currently don't have any potent downfield threats. They also lack a viable tight end in the wake of the Austin Seferian-Jenkins bust signing.
Irv Smith Jr. is a dangerous threat after the catch, and he has good route-running skills and nice hands.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
Buccaneer fans really wanted Derwin James in the 2018 NFL Draft. It turns out that they knew more about the draft than the team's own general manager, which is sad. Perhaps Tampa can finally find an upgrade at safety at this juncture.
Chauncey Garnder-Johnson played nickel for the Gators at one point, but then took on a larger role. He's a great athlete and possesses terrific upside as a dynamic safety.
Buffalo Bills: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
The Bills added some upgrades to their receiving corps this offseason, but they still lack a No. 1 target. They could obtain one with this pick.
A.J. Brown was a great weapon for Ole Miss the past couple of years despite their turmoil. Unlike his more-athletic teammate, D.K. Metcalf, Brown was actually productive while in school.
Denver Broncos: Dalton Risner, C/G/OT, Kansas State
The Broncos signed Ja'Wuan James this offseason, but lost Matt Paradis. A new center is needed.
Dalton Risner had problems with speed rushers on the edge, but improved his play in 2018. Some have seventh-round grades on him, while others believe he'll be selected on Day 2.
Cincinnati Bengals: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
I've mocked Drew Lock to the Bengals for a while, but I don't think Cincinnati will take that route at No. 11. Perhaps they'll target Lock in the second round if he falls this far, which is a strong possibility.
Lock has a great arm and can make any throw, but he really needs to work on his field vision and accuracy. He should probably be taken in the second round, but we've seen teams reach for quarterbacks over the years. And besides, teams like Lock's gritty attitude and work ethic. He loves football, so he'll try hard to improve his flaws.
Detroit Lions: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland
The Lions have struggled against the pass for far too long. They need help at both positions in their secondary.
Darnell Savage is small (5-11, 200), but has good speed and instincts.
Green Bay Packers: Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
The Packers must protect Aaron Rodgers if they want any chance to make a deep run into the playoffs. They need help at guard, so perhaps they'll target the position here.
Chris Lindstrom is solid in all aspects and showed more athleticism than many anticipated at the combine.
Atlanta Falcons: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame
If the Falcons don't trade up for Ed Oliver or Christian Wilkins, they may target a much-needed defensive tackle in the second round.
Jerry Tillery had a great start to his season on the field. However, he has off-the-field concerns that could hurt his draft stock.
Washington Redskins: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
The top receivers the Redskins currently have on their roster are Josh Doctson, Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn. They obviously need to make addressing this position a priority.
Deebo Samuel has been enjoying a tremendous pre-draft process, thriving in both the Senior Bowl and the combine.
Carolina Panthers: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
The Panthers have a huge need at cornerback, and they've had some success with another LSU cornerback.
Greedy Williams had a spectacular freshman season with six interceptions. Williams has great size (6-2, 182) and speed, but teams have given him second-round grades.
Miami Dolphins: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
The only running backs on Miami's roster at the moment are Kenyan Drake, who can't handle a full workload, and Kalen Ballage, who had one good game last year. The Dolphins could use an early selection to strengthen their backfield.
Damien Harris is a well-rounded running back. One source Charlie Campbell spoke to said Harris reminds him of Doug Martin.
Cleveland Browns: DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia
The Browns view cornerback to be their greatest need now, as they need a starter across from Denzel Ward. They should be able to find a decent corner in the middle of the second round.
DeAndre Baker had a terrific 2017 campaign, showing great athleticism. He was great last season as well, especially against LSU. However, he did poorly at the combine in all regards, so he could fall to Round 2.
Minnesota Vikings: Jaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech
Everson Griffen has mental issues that could resurface, so the Vikings may opt to pursue a defensive end in the first half of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Jaylon Ferguson had an excellent Senior Bowl, proving that he could compete with the power-five prospects. However, he was not able to participate at the combine because of an off-the-field problem that surfaced recently, which is why he has fallen.
Tennessee Titans: Jachai Polite, DE/OLB, Florida
The Titans lost both of their starting edge rushers in free agency, so they're expected to target the position with one of their early picks.
Jachai Polite was once slotted in the first round, but has fallen because he looked sluggish and out of shape at the combine.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
The Steelers missed out on Devin Bush in the first round in this mock draft. If that happens in real life, perhaps they'll target someone like Mack Wilson in the second frame.
Wilson has good coverage skills, so he'll generate interest from teams on Day 2.
Philadelphia Eagles: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State
The Eagles traded for Jordan Howard. The former Bear is a tough runner, but he can't handle the receiving work, so Philadelphia is looking for a running back to complement Howard.
Miles Sanders had a great combine performance, running a 4.49 and leaping 10-foot-4 on the broad jump. He was great in the drills as well.
Houston Texans: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
The Texans don't have a proven, viable running back for the long term on their roster, so that could change with this pick.
Houston Texans: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
The Texans shouldn't be done upgrading their offensive line, as they'll have to make multiple upgrades up front.
New England Patriots: Ryan Finley, QB, N.C. State
The Patriots have traded all of their potential successors for Tom Brady, so they'll need to find a new one.
Ryan Finley had a solid performance at the Senior Bowl. He projects as an Alex Smith-type quarterback with slightly less mobility.
Philadelphia Eagles: D'Andre Walker, LB, Georgia
Jordan Hicks signed with the Cardinals this offseason. Even if the Eagles had retained Hicks, they'd need one more linebacker, as they never replaced Mychal Kendricks.
D'Andre Walker is a good run defender who is decent in coverage and can rush the passer very well. He was all over the place in the SEC Championship.
Dallas Cowboys: L.J. Collier, DE, TCU
The Cowboys have some issues on the defensive line in the wake of some of their players in that area having off-the-field problems.
Indianapolis Colts: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia
The Colts dropped countless passes in the games T.Y. Hilton missed last season, so they'll have to add another receiver beyond Devin Funchess.
Riley Ridley possesses a tremendous amount of potential, but is a raw product who should've returned to school.
Pick change; previously Jamel Dean, CB
Los Angeles Chargers: Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
The primary reason why the Chargers were blown out in the divisional round of the playoffs last year was because the Patriots' offensive line dominated their defensive front. That will have to change.
Dre'Mont Jones has a first-round skill set, according to sources Charlie Campbell reached out to. He struggled a bit at the combine, so he could fall into the second round.
Kansas City Chiefs: Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. State
Tyreek Hill may not be with the team next year because of his legal issues (charges were dropped, but he could still be suspended or cut), so I expect Kansas City to use an early pick on a receiver.
Kelvin Harmon is a good route-runner who has made some clutch catches. He could be a No. 2 possession receiver in the pros.
New Orleans Saints: Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
The Saints signed Dez Bryant and Brandon Marshall, hoping to find an upgrade across from Michael Thomas. Here's a possible solution.
Hakeem Butler has great size at 6-5, 225, and he answered some speed concerns at the combine. His hands are horrible, however. Some in the media believe Butler will be chosen in the first round, but he has gotten third-round grades from some teams.
Kansas City Chiefs: Anthony Nelson, DE/DT, Iowa
The Chiefs just acquired Frank Clark - go here for my NFL Trade Grades - but they could still use another edge rusher to replace both Justin Houston and Dee Ford.
New England Patriots: Germaine Pratt, LB, N.C. State
The Patriots have needed help in their linebacking corps next to Dont'a Hightower for years. They can finally fill that void with this selection.
Germaine Pratt has good vision for a linebacker and can defend the run well. He's a former safety.