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Mitch Trubisky, QB, North Carolina: San Francisco has its new coach (and offense) with Kyle Shanahan but he still needs a capable quarterback to run it. Despite only one season of starting experience, Trubisky, who will skip his senior season, has all the traits to be a successful NFL starter.
DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame: The Bears have some intriguing talent on the roster, but the quarterback depth chart is disheartening. Although his tape shows youthful mistakes, Kizer also shows the veteran poise and ideal physical traits to play the position at a high level.
Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State: The Jets have no choice but to address the secondary this offseason with question marks at both cornerback and safety. Lattimore is a very gifted athlete for his size with sticky coverage skills.
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Solomon Thomas, DL, Stanford: The Chargers hit a home run with Joey Bosa last year and could swing for the fences again with Thomas, who would be a great fit both inside and outside in Gus Bradley's scheme.
Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: Veteran Jonathan Stewart averaged only 3.8 yards per rush and reached the 100-yard mark in only one game last season, his ninth in the NFL. Fournette is a freak talent who would instantly add juice to the Panthers' offense.
Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson: The Tyrod Taylor situation in Buffalo will continue to play itself out the next few weeks, but if he's out of the picture then Watson becomes an intriguing option with this pick. Not sure this would be the right move, but it is definitely plausible.
Teez Tabor, CB, Florida: The Saints ranked dead last in the NFL last season in passing yards allowed and collected only nine interceptions (only three by cornerbacks). Tabor fits New Orleans' scheme and would help from Day 1.
12. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia)
Malik Hooker, FS, Ohio State: The Browns need an overhaul in the secondary and are missing a true ball hawk in the deep half of the field. Hooker would be a natural fit and his recent injuries could wind up being a blessing for Cleveland.
Mike Williams, WR, Clemson: While wide receiver was a strength of Arizona not too long ago, Larry Fitzgerald is nearing the end and Michael Floyd is now in New England. Williams could develop into the new No. 1 pass catcher for the Cardinals.
Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State: For his first draft as general manager in Indianapolis, Chris Ballard could go in several directions to improve the Colts. But adding a dynamic runner like Cook would help disguise several concerns on the roster.
Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama: The Eagles are desperate for help at cornerback and there should be several options for the franchise in the mid-first round. Humphrey has given up several big plays this season, but NFL coaches will be salivating at his size and skill set.
David Njoku, TE, Miami (Fla.): The Ravens currently have a crowded tight end depth chart, but Maxx Williams, Benjamin Watson and Crockett Gilmore are coming off major injuries and Dennis Pitta hasn't lived up to his contract. Njoku is an explosive weapon for the short and long term.
Malik McDowell, DL, Michigan State: McDowell has an impressive blend of size, athleticism and power to be effective from multiple positions along the defensive line.
18. Tennessee Titans
Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan: The Titans have plenty of bodies on the wide receiver depth chart, but no true difference-maker. Davis is one of the most prolific wideouts in college football history and is the complete package as a receiver.
John Ross, WR, Washington: Mike Evans is the top target of Jameis Winston, but he needs help. Ross is dwarfed by Evans in size, but his explosive athleticism and savvy route-running will only improve the Tampa offensive attack.
Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin: One of the priorities for John Elway and the Broncos this offseason is to address a leaky offensive line. As long as he is healthy, Ramcyzk is the top offensive tackle prospect in this draft class.
Jabrill Peppers, LB/S, Michigan: Lack of a natural position could push him down draft boards, but Peppers is an explosive athlete who could blossom in a hybrid role once he focuses on that one position.
Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky: The Seahawks are getting by with the bodies they have on the offensive line, but that doesn't mean Seattle shouldn't be looking for upgrades. Lamp can probably survive at tackle in the NFL, but he might be a Pro Bowl guard with his square-blocking skill set and stubborn mentality.
Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt: With Derrick Johnson's career in question due to injuries, inside linebacker is a position the Chiefs will look to address this offseason. Cunningham plays with the take-on strength and reaction quickness to fill and cover ground.
Carl Lawson, DE/OLB, Auburn: The Cowboys have defensive needs at every level, but especially at pass rusher. Lawson does an outstanding job using his upper-body strength and lower-body quickness in unison to beat blockers.
Takkarist McKinley, DE/OLB, UCLA: The Steelers have several question marks at pass rusher heading into next season and could look to address that need through the draft. McKinley is a tick undersized, but his athleticism and active hands allow him to penetrate the backfield.
Charles Harris, DE, Missouri: The Falcons' pass rush was improved in 2016 and helped advance Atlanta to the Super Bowl. But more help is needed and Harris adds a different style of rusher to the arsenal.