Simply phenomenal 2019 season. The ability to make tremendous second- and third-reaction plays sends an Ohio kid back home.
The Dolphins have put in overtime in scouting this year's QB crop -- and next year's, too. But Miami makes this pick with conviction. FitzMagic will make an excellent tutor.
As talented as Simmons is, going at No. 9 will feel like a slide. But the Jaguars will be grateful to grab this multi-faceted playmaker.
While he played right tackle at Alabama, his abilities project that he'll play left tackle for the Browns. Talent meets need in a big way here.
The Jets have a huge need for corners, and the run on offensive tackles before they're on the clock makes this choice simpler. Plus, who expected the best corner in the draft to last this long?
This youngster makes tough catches and finds the end zone, which is exactly what the Raiders need as they begin their Vegas era. Showtime!
While Herbert may be disappointed about not going earlier, he will benefit from going to a team that has an excellent QB tutor in head coach Frank Reich. Plus, he will get an opportunity to compete for the job right away with incumbent Jacoby Brissett.
Plenty of offseason discussion about the Bucs' quarterback situation, but they still need playmakers on defense.
The LSU product is a heady, high-energy playmaker with exceptional leadership skills. He does a nice job rushing the passer, too.
Henderson is fearless and tremendous in man coverage. He's also another upgrade for a team that needs help everywhere.
Looking for that leader on defense, the Raiders will see Murray as a player who will have a huge impact on their D right away.
With free agent Jadeveon Clowney's future still TBD, the 'Hawks look to upgrade a pass rush that logged just 28 sacks last season (tied for second fewest in the league).
Queen is just what this unpredictable, aggressive, confounding (to offenses) defense needs -- more speed, versatility and striking ability.
Plug in his game tape, and you'll see a fast, strong playmaker who can be used in a variety of ways in head coach Matt LaFleur's offense. I see him being used similarly to how San Francisco unleashed Deebo Samuel last season.
This spot could easily be filled by a corner (LSU's Kristian Fulton?). Remember, Chiefs RB1 Damien Williams, who could have been the Super Bowl MVP, was an undrafted free agent. But in this scenario, Kansas City can't pass on Taylor, who ran a very impressive 4.39 40 at the combine. He showed he can handle the full run game at 226 pounds and would fit K.C.'s offense well.