16. Baltimore Ravens- Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida
Baltimore have more holes on their roster than they have had in a long time. Luckily, Ozzie Newsome is a master of using the draft to his advantage. He can start by selecting a high-end cornerback like Quincy Wilson.
Adding Wilson would give them three quality cornebacks and two extremely talented Safeties.
17. Washington Redskins- Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford
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The Washington Redskins are a complete mess with turmoil in the front office and the Kirk Cousins’ situation. They have to find a way to navigate these problems while still preparing for the 2017 NFL Draft.
This is a team that has plenty of needs on both sides of the ball. With or without Cousins they need to add some playmakers on offense. Christian McCaffrey is the definition of a playmaker thanks to his ability to impact the game as a runner and receiver.
18. Tennessee Titans- John Ross, WR, Washington
The Titans are building a strong overall roster but need to find a true difference maker at the wide receiver position. John Ross has special speed and a chance to provide similar production to what DeSean Jackson has during his career.
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Garett Bolles, OT, Utah
The Buccaneers may have a different feeling but Donovan Smith is not an NFL left tackle. He has done an adequate job, but the Buccaneers need and upgrade to ensure Jameis Winston can reach his full potential.
20. Denver Broncos- Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama
Cam Robinson is a tough prospect to evaluate because of his inconsistency. He has the natural skills to be a highly effective NFL player, but needs to show a willingness to improve his technique. Either way, he’d represent an upgrade for the Denver Broncos at either tackle position.