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New York Jets: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
The Le'Veon Bell-Adam Gase marriage ended poorly. The Jets were so inept that they couldn't even trade Le'Veon Bell, so they cut him. Pathetic!
Javonte Williams is a quick and powerful runner who has shown good receiving ability.
Atlanta Falcons: Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State
The Falcons have an incredibly weak group of cornerbacks, yet the teams standing in their way have receivers like Michael Thomas, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown.
Asante Samuel Jr. is a small corner (5-10, 184), but he has great play-making ability.
Pick change; previously Landon Dickerson, C
Miami Dolphins: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
The Dolphins have a stacked group of cornerbacks, but they could stand to get better at safety.
Trevon Moehrig is a hybrid safety-linebacker who was impressive to close out his collegiate career.
Philadelphia Eagles: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
If the Eagles miss out on one of the Alabama receivers, they could make the position a priority in the second round, where there will be some decent options.
Rashod Bateman runs routes well, but there's question about his ability to separate.
Pick change; previously Eric Stokes, CB
Cincinnati Bengals: Jackson Carman, G/OT, Clemson
The Bengals will likely go after an offensive lineman if they pass on Penei Sewell at No. 5.
Jackson Carman has some great athletic ability for a 340-pound lineman. Some believe he's a left tackle in the pros. He comes with some character issues, however.
Pick change; previously Walker Little, OT
Carolina Panthers: Dayo Odeyingbo, DE/DT, Vanderbilt
The Panthers need to continue to bolster their horrible defense, which can't stop the run.
Dayo Odeyingbo improved this year, showing strength and a quick first step.
Pick change; previously Liam Eichenberg, OT
Denver Broncos: Aaron Robinson, CB, Central Florida
The Broncos are looking for a cornerback in the early stages of the 2021 NFL Draft to help them combat Patrick Mahomes.
Aaron Robinson is a big corner (6-1, 193) who tackles well.
Detroit Lions: Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky
The Lions have to improve every level of their defense, including the linebacking corps.
Jamin Davis, a tackling machine in 2020, has good speed to cover lots of ground.
Draft Day Pick change; previously Rashod Bateman, WR
New York Giants: Azeez Ojulari, DE/OLB, Georgia
The Giants used their first two picks on offense. Now, they must upgrade the other side of the ball, which entails finding a better edge rush.
Azeez Ojulari has great potential, but doesn't appear ready to play in the NFL just yet. He should've returned to school for another year.
Pick change; previously Jalen Mayfield, OT
San Francisco 49ers: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami
The 49ers are no strangers to spending premium draft picks on edge rushers. They may want better depth there after what transpired last year.
Gregory Rousseau logged double-digit sacks as a redshirt freshman in 2019. He was compared to Calais Campbell entering Miami. However, teams don't think he has explosive ability and could fall as a consequence.
Dallas Cowboys: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
The Cowboys have a weak secondary, so they could address it with their first two picks in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Jevon Holland has tremendous instincts as a very talented play-maker, though he needs to improve his tackling.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Myers, C, Ohio State
Here's one more offensive line upgrade for the Jaguars, who need to protect Trevor Lawrence at all cost.
New England Patriots: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
Bill Belichick passed on all the quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft. I imagine he won't be doing that again.
Kellen Mond was inconsistent throughout his Texas A&M career, but he has shown improvement in accuracy.
Los Angeles Chargers: Christian Barmore, DE/DT, Alabama
Jerry Tillery has been a bust thus far, so the Chargers may bring in someone to challenge him.
Christian Barmore has nice length, quickness and athleticism.
Pick change; previously Rashad Weaver, DE
Las Vegas Raiders: Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
The Raiders must use many selections to upgrade the many holes on their defense, including their incredibly weak linebacking corps.
Pick change; previously Levi Onwuzurike, DT
Arizona Cardinals: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
If the Cardinals can't get one of the top two cornerbacks at No. 16, they'll certainly target a player at the position with this pick.
Tyson Campbell is a very strong, physical cornerback with great size (6-2, 180).
Miami Dolphins: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
The Dolphins need as many bodies to get to Josh Allen as possible. They coached Levi Onwuzurike in the Senior Bowl and may surprise that he's still available.
Pick change; previously Sam Cosmi, OT
Washington Redskins: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
The Redskins have an elite defensive line and talented secondary, but their linebacking corps must be upgraded.
Nick Bolton is not a great athlete, but he's made many nice plays for Missouri, particularly in coverage.
Pick change; previously Jabril Cox, LB
Chicago Bears: Sam Cosmi, OT, Texas
Chicago's offensive line regressed since 2018. Mac Jones will need to be protected.
Sam Cosmi is very athletic, but is considered raw at the moment. He appears to have added strength in 2020.
Pick change; previously Davis Mills, QB
Tennessee Titans: Carlos Basham, DE/DT, Wake Forest
Tennessee needs to improve every area of its defense, and that includes the lackluster defensive line.
Carlos Basham always stuffed the run well, but his pass rush improved tremendously from 2018 to 2019.
Indianapolis Colts: Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
The Colts will need to somehow replace Anthony Castonzo, who opted to retire this offseason.
Pick change; previously Sam Cosmi, OT
Pittsburgh Steelers: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
The Steelers need to rebuild their offensive line. It lost three starters this offseason, including Maurkice Pouncey.
Seattle Seahawks: D'Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina
Russell Wilson's camp has expressed frustration about Seattle not protecting him properly. The Seahawks could pick D'Ante Smith after trading down a couple of times.
Los Angeles Rams: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
The weak point of the Rams' defense is the linebacking corps, which will likely be addressed this offseason.
Jalen Mayfield did a great job against Chase Young late in 2019, showcasing his athletic potential.
Pick change; previously Dan Moore, OT
Kansas City Chiefs: James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati
The Chiefs traded for Orlando Brown, but they could still use another tackle upgrade.
Pick change; previously Sam Cosmi, OT
Cleveland Browns: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU
It remains to be seen if the Browns will retain Odell Beckham Jr., or if they'll release him.
Terrace Marshall has nice size (6-3, 200), speed and route-running ability. However, injury concerns could sink his stock.
Pick change; previously Tutu Atwell, WR
New Orleans Saints: Payton Turner, DE, Houston
The Saints lost Trey Hendrickson, so defensive end is one of many things they need to address on their stop unit.
Payton Turner can play in any scheme. He's raw, but has lots of upside.
Pick change; previously Rashod Bateman, WR
Buffalo Bills: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami
The Bills have stated that they want to upgrade tight end this offseason. They can do that with this pick.
Brevin Jordan looks to be the next great Miami tight end. He's drawn comparisons to Evan Engram. He's extremely fast.
Green Bay Packers: Wyatt Davis, G, Ohio State
Green Bay's offensive line is a mess in the wake of some departures in free agency. Here's some help.
Wyatt Davis is a tough run blocker with nice size.
Kansas City Chiefs: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama
The Chiefs have severe problems on the offensive line, so they could spend their first two picks addressing their blocking.
Dickerson transferred from Florida State and ended up being a solid run blocker for the Tide.
Pick change; previously Trey Hill, C/G
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rondale Moore, RB/WR, Purdue
The Buccaneers have filled all of their major needs by re-signing everyone. They have the luxury of spending this pick on a dynamic gadget weapon.
Rondale Moore is a very intriguing weapon. He accumulated 1,367 yards as a freshman by both running and receiving. Some NFL team is going to figure out a great way to use the extremely talented 175-pounder.