13. *Projected Trade* Denver Broncos (Arz)- Garett Bolles, OT, Utah
-Trade Details- Broncos trade No. 20 overall, 3rd and 4th round pick for the Cardinals No. 13 overall pick
This would be an aggressive move but would give the Denver Broncos a true left tackle. Garett Bolles features the athleticism and movement skills to hold up in space. He’s someone capable of protecting a quarterback’s blindside.
Bolles is also a nasty player who loves to move defenders off the line of scrimmage. His addition would help a Denver running game that struggled last season.
14. Philadelphia Eagles (Min)- Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford
The Eagles have provided Carson Wentz with new pass catchers in Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, but need a running back threat. Christian McCaffrey is a versatile playmaker who is equally dangerous as a runner and pass catcher.
This move would be something that eases the pressure on Wentz as he develops.
15. Indianapolis Colts- Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama
Reuben Foster is one the top-5 prospects in this draft, but plays a position that doesn’t hold as much value as others. His removal from the Combine also hasn’t helped his draft stock and overall perception.
However, this would be a major steal for the Colts who need a leader on the defensive side of the ball. Foster would give them a playmaker and a tone setter. He’s a infectious player and will deliver some punishing hits.
16. Baltimore Ravens- Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan
Baltimore has several needs they could address with this pick, but Corey Davis is a real steal here. Davis is a well-rounded receiver who can run fluid routes and take the top off a defense. He’d give Joe Flacco a reliable target who can offer a lot of separation.
The other options for the Ravens include offensive line, cornerback or even running back. They have typically drafted based on value over need.
17. Washington Redskins- Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State
Dalvin Cook is has proven throughout his college career that he’s capable of scoring any time the touches the ball. However, his combine results brought questions about his overall athleticism and explosiveness.
Washington needs a dangerous weapon at the running back position to provide some balance to the offense.
18. *Projected Trade* Miami Dolphins (Ten)- Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan
-Trade Details- Miami trades No. 22 overall and 3rd round pick for the Titans No. 18 overall pick
Miami needs to add some youth at the defensive end position and may need to get aggressive to get the player they covet. Taco Charlton is a long and fluid athlete who is just starting to round into form.
He’s someone that will allow Miami to strategically use Cameron Wake in order to ensure he remains fresh.