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Pick change; previously Brandon Smith, DE/OLB
New York Jets: Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M
The Jets traded Chris Herndon, opting to go with Tyler Kroft at tight end. Kroft did well during the preseason, but it remains to be seen how real that was.
Jalen Wydermyer had a big sophomore campaign. He's a big tight end (6-5, 260) and has terrific receiving ability.
Buffalo Bills: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
The Bills don't seem very happy with Levi Wallace, so perhaps they'll find a replacement early in the 2021 NFL Draft after missing out on Eric Stokes.
Trent McDuffie isn't six feet (5-11), but he has great cover skills.
Pick change; previously Roger McCreary, CB
Tennessee Titans: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
The Titans are starting Janoris Jenkins at cornerback, which is a clear sign that they need help at the position.
Kaiir Elam has a good mix of length and quickness.
Pick change; previously Trent McDuffie, CB
Green Bay Packers: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
Will the Packers finally obtain an upgrade across from Davante Adams? They could finally do that with this pick.
Justyn Ross is a 6-4, 210-pound monster who catches everything. Alabama had no answer for him in the national championship. Unfortunately, he missed all of 2020 with an injury.
Pick change; previously Jahan Dotson, WR
Washington Redskins: Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State
The Redskins jettisoned both of their tackles this offseason, so they'll need to find some edge protection soon.
Rasheed Walker could be a first-round pick if he lives up to his potential. He has quick feet for a player his size (6-6, 324).
Pick change; previously Abraham Lucas, OT
Cleveland Browns: DeMarvin Leal, DE/DT, Texas A&M
The Browns lost Sheldon Richardson, so they may want to obtain an interior presence on the defensive line.
DeMarvin Leal was dominant to close out the 2020 campaign, so he has lots of promise heading into 2021.
Pick change; previously Zachary Carter, DT
Carolina Panthers: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota
The Panthers have a huge hole at left tackle, which they'll need to address if they want to ever beat the Buccaneers and their great pass rush.
Daniel Faalele has massive size at 379 pounds, but he has shocking quickness and athleticism for someone his size.
Pick change; previously Trevor Penning, OT
Los Angeles Chargers: Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee
The Chargers have a weak group of cornerbacks, so they'll need to strengthen the position to help stop Patrick Mahomes.
The speedy Alontae Taylor has put together some great tape as a corner in the SEC.
Kansas City Chiefs: Zachary Carter, DT, Florida
Andy Reid loves bolstering the offensive and defensive lines. He may want a better player next to Chris Jones.
Zachary Carter has the quickness and athleticism to perhaps sneak into the first round.
Pick change; previously Phidarian Mathis, DT
Miami Dolphins: Ali Gaye, DE, LSU
The Dolphins could use another talented edge rusher to help them defeat Josh Allen.
Ali Gaye has huge upside, but hasn't quite lived up to it yet at LSU.
Pick change; previously George Karlaftis, DE
Detroit Lions: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State
The Lions have absolutely nothing at receiver, so they must address this liability.
Jahan Dotson caught 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns in just nine games in 2020. The 5-11 receiver made a big leap in production from the previous year.
Pick change; previously Chris Olave, WR
Las Vegas Raiders: Sevyn Banks, CB, Ohio State
The Raiders have struggled at cornerback for a very long time. Perhaps they'll finally address that this upcoming April.
Ohio State's secondary struggled in 2020, but not when it came to Sevyn Banks' coverage.
Pick change; previously Tariq Castro-Fields, CB
Arizona Cardinals: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
Arizona needed to replace Patrick Peterson this offseason. It did so with Malcolm Butler, but he decided to retire unexpectedly.
Roger McCreary is only 5-11, but he has amazing coverage skills.
Pick change; previously Sevyn Banks, CB
Denver Broncos: Drake Jackson, DE/DT, USC
The Broncos don't have many needs, but they could stand to add some talent to their defensive front.
Drake Jackson has been great as an edge player, but he could fill out and become a five-technique.
Pick change; previously DeMarvin Leal, DE/DT
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: C.J. Verdell, RB, Oregon
Leonard Fournette is mediocre, and yet he's better than the other two primary running backs. The Buccaneers need to fix this situation.
C.J. Verdell is a 200-pound back with explosive ability and plus catching skills. It didn't take him very long to win the starting job as a redshirt freshman.