The Packers never draft a wide receiver in the first round, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get an elite pass catcher to help your new starting quarterback.
The Patriots need to a defensive line that seems to be weakening. Van Ness provides plenty of upside and versatility.
*TRADE* Told you they’d get a quarterback. After dropping down to 15, the Texans take a swing on a guy who possesses the most upside of any QB in this class.
Yes, the Commanders need a quarterback. But with a lack of options, they instead turn to a secondary in need of help. Gonzalez should start right away.
It’d be fun to mock Joey Porter Jr. here, but the Steelers are desperate for help on the offensive line. Wright is capable of starting at right tackle immediately.
The Lions continue adding to an already impressive defense. Kancey may be undersized, but his quickness will present a challenge at the next level.