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Indianapolis Colts: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
The Colts could draft a quarterback of the future to take over for Philip Rivers in 2022.
Kyle Trask is an accurate passer with a strong arm, but he needs to hasten his decision-making. He was great in the 2020 opener.
Dallas Cowboys: Joe Tryon, DE, Washington
The Cowboys can't count on Aldon Smith doing much beyond this year. They'll need to find another edge rusher.
Joe Tryon came out of nowhere to have a breakout 2019 campaign. He has a nice frame (6-5, 262) and tons of upside to be an impactful edge rusher in the NFL.
Pick change; previously Gregory Rousseau, DE
New Orleans Saints: Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh
The Saints need to continue to improve their secondary, as their pass defense was a weakness in 2019. Malcolm Jenkins looks shot.
Paris Ford was all over the field last season, and he stood out on film to several scouts.
Las Vegas Raiders: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
It was shocking that the Raiders didn't select Patrick Queen at No. 19 overall. Perhaps they'll obtain a linebacker here instead.
Dylan Moses, a former five-star recruit, missed a chunk of his freshman campaign, but was very productive as a sophomore. Unfortunately, he tore his ACL.
Arizona Cardinals: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
The Cardinals have needed a No. 2 cornerback across from Patrick Peterson for quite some time. They may need a replacement soon because Peterson's contract expires soon.
Paulson Adebo has great size, coverage skills and play-making ability. He struggled a bit in 2019, but could rebound next year.
Pick change; previously Shaun Wade, CB
Kansas City Chiefs: Jay Tufele, DT, USC
The Chiefs could add someone to help provide more interior disruption.
Jay Tufele is an extremely athletic and agile 310-pound defensive tackle who could be chosen in the top half of the draft, whenever he declares.
Pick change; previously LaBryan Ray, DT
Baltimore Ravens: DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
Lamar Jackson was blamed for the latest playoff loss, but his receivers really let him down.
DeVonta Smith is an excellent route runner with great hands and tremendous run-after-catch ability.
Pick change; previously Chris Olave, WR
Chicago Bears: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
The Mitchell Trubisky era is over. I like Nick Foles, but if the Bears don't view him as a long-term answer, they'll consider a quarterback in the first round.
Trey Lance has some nice physical tools, and he's coming off a huge year in 2019. For more on him, check out Charlie Campbell's entry in the NFL Hot Press.
Cleveland Browns: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
Odell Beckham Jr. could be shipped off if he continues to cause trouble. Here's a replacement for him if that happens.
Chris Olave has a good mix of size (6-1, 185) and speed. He was a big play-maker at the end of 2019.
Pick change; previously DeVonta Smith, WR
Jacksonville Jaguars: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
The Jaguars need to make sure Gardner Minshew as much as possible. They could also stand to give him a better intermediate weapon. Either way, finding offensive help is a must.
Walker Little was projected as a top-10 prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft before he suffered an injury. He'll be back to that designation in 20201 if he can show that he's healthy.
Pick change; previously Kyle Pitts, TE
Buffalo Bills: Wyatt Davis, G, Ohio State
The Bills struggled when battling tough pass rushes last year, so they'll need to improve their offensive line in case this becomes an issue at some point in 2020.
Wyatt Davis is a tough run blocker with nice size.
Pick change; previously Deonte Brown, G
Green Bay Packers: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
The Packers seemed to forget that they had a big need at receiver in the 2020 NFL Draft. Perhaps they'll find an upgrade for Jordan Love in this class.
Tamorrion Terry is a big, athletic receiver who could sneak into the first round.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
The Steelers haven't covered as well this year, so maybe they'll consider an early pick on a cornerback in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Caleb Farley opted out of the 2020 season, but he has high upside with nice size and speed.
Tennessee Titans: LaBryan Ray, DT, Alabama
The Titans traded away Jurrell Casey, so they'll need to find a replacement in the near future.
LaBryan Ray flashed a bit alongside Quinnen Williams and now has a larger role on Alabama.
Pick change; previously Jay Tufele, DT
New York Jets: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
The Le'Veon Bell-Adam Gase marriage is finally over. The Jets are so inept that they couldn't even trade Le'Veon Bell, so they cut him. Pathetic!
Travis Etienne is coming off a huge year in which he rushed for 1,572 yards. He has worked to become a better receiver.