The NFL Draft is 4 weeks from tonight. The Jaguars are on the clock, and most know how that pick will go. But after that… no one knows! Here is Chris’s best guess on all 32 1st round picks. We do NOT project trades…
He's the most accomplished QB in the draft. If you need further explanation there's a problem.
A move that will most likely not happen. BUT, moving on from Drew Lock is a possibility this offseason, and Wilson is a very intriguing prospect.
With all the hype around Zach Wilson, we still think Fields is the 2nd best QB in the draft. These are the Jets though, so they probably won't take him.
An argument can be made for offensive weapons here, but with the top 4 pass catchers off the board, take a plug and play player that will strengthen the strength of the team.
It's an attractive thought to reunite Jamaar Chase and Jow Burrow, but the Bengals foud their franchise QB- now start building a wall in front of him to keep him healthy.
Any one of the pass catchers could go here. We think Chase is the best WR coming out of school, but will opting out of the 2020 season hurt his status?
The Chargers have done the hard part: finding the QB of the future. Now build a wall in front of him.
The 49ers are infatuated with this guy. They moved up 9 spots to get a QB. He's the best one on our board.
Sam Darnold is going to excel in his new home with Joe Brady in his ear. Great new weapon for him.
Arguably the best player in the entire draft. Matt Ryan would tingle in all the right places if the Falcons take Pitts instead of a QB for the future.
Jared Goff will get a fresh new weapon. Offensive line is in play for this pick as well, but getting Goff weapons this season is key to figuring out if Goff will be the long term answer in Detroit.
Eagles take the best player available here, and address a huge need at the same time. Horn opposite Slay starts the rebuild of a really bad defense.
Paye has the best testing numbers of any pass rusher coming out this season. The production hasn't always been there, but you can't argue with the athleticism. With Brian Flores putting him in position to succeed, Paye could come in and be an impact player immediately.
Barmore will come in and help the Vikings in the running game (27th against the run) and in the interior pass rush.
This offense is ready to win now. The defense is a different story. If Farley were healthy and played in 2020, he might be the top defensive prospect in the class.
The Cowboys defense needs help all over the place. CB is also an option, but take the best defensive player on the board.
Dude is a freakish athlete. This is the type of player the Radiers have drafted for decades. I do not think he should go this high, but it's a very Raiders-esque move
If he can stay healthy, he might be the steal of the draft. The health is a big concern though. he retired from football while at UCLA before coming back to play at The U.
The consensus is Lance is the least pro ready QB out of the top 5 QBs. But, If there is a franchise that can nurture a supreme talent and develop him into a starting QB. Maybe he comes in a surprises everyone and competes with Cam fron day 1.
This dude is nasty! Nasty in the way you want an offensive lineman to be. The defense is set in D.C. Imagine if they had a top of the league rushing attack to compliment that defense. Jenkins helps do that.
There has been a steady flow of talent on the outside leaving the building over the past few years. Bateman would give Jamies or Hill a true #2 receiver opposite Michael Thomas.
Tennessee could not pressure any opposing QBs last season ranking 30th in the league. This is simple; take the best pass rusher available.
The Raiders have moved on from a majority of their offensive line. If they want Carr to have a season similar to 2020, they need to get more help in front of him.
The offensive line was not up to par in 2020, and with they've lost a few pieces of that group. The Steelers need to start rebuilding this line in front of an aging quarterback.
Best player available here. The Browns can take a hybrid player like JOK to make the defense more multiple without changing personnel.
He is on the smaller size, but it seems like the ravens taking an SEC defensive player is a pretty safe bet. They'll make the most out of his skillset.
He is the ultimate playmaker. Lining him up opposite A.J. Brown will give secondaries fits. He speed would also make opposing defenses chose between stacking the box to stop Henry and the run game or stopping the deep ball with two explosive wide receivers.
Very talented linebacker for the Browns to put in the middle of their defense. The Browns are building a Super Bowl contender.
The Steelers were horrendous on the ground last year. They have some nice running backs in the building, but Harris combines power running with really good pass protection and catching abilities. He is a true 3-down back.
Dickerson would be taken much higher if not for a history of injuries. This might be the last ass Aaron Rodgers ever touches in Green Bay.
The Bucs don't have needs, so adding a dynamic back to compliment the pounding style of RoJo and Playoff Lenny would be a nice fit in Tampa