162. Kansas City Chiefs:Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford
This is interesting to me. The Chiefs drafted Aaron Murray in the fifth round in 2014. Plus, they have Tyler Bray. I thought Hogan had borderline arm strength, but he can carry a clipboard for 10 years as a backup in this league because he's so smart.
110. Los Angeles Rams:Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky
He's been arrested in the last month, and that's not his first transgression. I had a third-round grade on him. Teams had moved him down their draft boards significantly. The Rams did their homework and feel comfortable with the pick, but you have to be concerned about patterns repeating.
135. Dallas Cowboys:Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State
He's a solid prospect to develop as a potential starting quarterback. He galvanized Mississippi State football. He is tough and has arm strength. He will be learning behind Tony Romo, and will have an opportunity to get practice reps behind him. Prescott has the chance to be a starter down the road.
74. Kansas City Chiefs:KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame
He was a corner at Notre Dame, but a lot of teams have evaluated him as a safety. He played the entire 2015 season with a fracture, and missed the entire 2014 season with an academic issue that would have been a one-game suspension at most other schools.
84. Washington Redskins:Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis: "Without the knee injury, we're probably calling his name a little earlier. His NFL comparison is his brother, Kyle Fuller, who plays for the Bears. You talk about family, the Fullers know football and they know it well."
88. Green Bay Packers:Kyler Fackrell, LB, Utah State
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah: "He is very loose and bendy to wrap around blocks and pursue from the back side. He's versatile in the passing game. He can run and mirror tight ends and he's an explosive blitzer. Overall, this is a very athletic edge defender with the ability to make plays on all three downs."
89. Pittsburgh Steelers:Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah: "He has an enormous, powerful base and he easily holds the point of attack. He has an explosive get-off as a pass rusher and he knows how to finish. He will get gassed if left on the field too long. Overall, Hargrave is one of the most disruptive interior defenders in the draft."
34. Dallas Cowboys:Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame
It takes a decision maker with conviction to make a selection like this. It starts with Jerry Jones; people who think outside the box and pull the trigger on these type of investments. I thought he could be Luke Kuechly at the next level. Smith is three downs all day long. Make no mistake, he will not play in 2016. This is all about a nerve regenerating and nobody knows if and to what extent.
36. Jacksonville Jaguars:Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
That is an awesome pick. The Jaguars get two players, Jalen Ramsey yesterday and Jack today, who were top-rated prospects on many peoples' boards. Jack is a supremely gifted athlete. He can play the run game and pass game. The concern, obviously, has been the medical.
37. Kansas City Chiefs:Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State
Keep in mind, Dontari Poe is in the fifth and final year of his rookie contract. They just re-signed Jay Howard. Smith has a lot of upside and potential, but is inconsistent, both with technique and motor. Coach Andy Reid is going to have to get it out of him.
41. Buffalo Bills:Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
The Bills weren't very good on defense last year. So, in the first round they got Shaq Lawson, an explosive edge rusher. They have to get tougher on defense, so the first two picks are front seven personnel. On game day, Ragland will show up and thump people.
56. Chicago Bears:Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State
He played left tackle at Kansas State, but he's not long enough to live outside. If you look at what Chicago has on the offensive line, Whitehair is a good fit. This guy will step in on Day 1 and compete at guard. Jay Cutler will have protection and that run game will have to get better.
1. Los Angeles Rams:Jared Goff, QB, Cal
He fits what they do. He can play on Day 1. The Rams have a strong running game and stout defense. That minimizes what he has to think about. Goff has a very quick release and gets the ball out of his hands quickly. He has innate pocket awareness, which is so critical at the NFL level.
2. Philadelphia Eagles:: Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State
This is a special moment for a Division-1AA (FCS) player. There is precedent in Joe Flacco, who came out of Delaware. Wentz is the No. 1 player on my board, so while I understand and believe that Goff is more ready to play today, Wentz will be a better player five years from now.
4. Dallas Cowboys:Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State
A couple years ago DeMarco Murray carried the football 449 times, had 2,200 yards, and I think Elliott is a better football player. You plug him in there behind an offensive line that's in their prime, and you take a ton of pressure off a 36-year-old Tony Romo.
5. Jacksonville Jaguars:Jalen Ramsey, CB, Florida State
This is a dream scenario for the Jaguars. Ramsey is arguably the best position player in this draft. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley comes from Seattle, where they covet long corners. He's a special athlete; he ran track, won the ACC long jump title, ran the opening leg of the 4x100-meter relay. He's got catch-up speed like I haven't seen. He has a different skill set. This is a different cat, and he's got a "wow" factor.
6. Baltimore Ravens:Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
I think he compares favorably to the Cowboys' Tyron Smith. That's high praise. I saw him play a lot of football at Notre Dame. He's a dancing bear. He was offered several Pac-12 basketball scholarships, so that tells you something about his feet. His pass protection skills are almost as good as Laremy Tunsil's, but right now Stanley is a better run blocker. Plus, Stanley is totally clean off the field, which is about to come into play.
9. Chicago Bears:Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia
Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio was in San Francisco when it drafted Aldon Smith. Floyd is very similar. He is one of the most polarizing conversations in the entire draft. He has a 'wow' get-off and he bends like Gumby. I don't know if he can convert speed to power in that pass rush. He has the best burst and get-off in this entire draft. He's a sub-package, designated pass rusher on Day 1, just like Aldon Smith was in San Francisco.
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida
Tampa Bay moves back a couple of slots, and take a guy they would have selected at No. 9 and get a couple picks in the process. Hargreaves has the best corner feet I've seen in the draft in the past two or three years. The only knock is that he has poor eye discipline.
12. New Orleans Saints:Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville
The Saints have been awful on defense, so this is not a surprise pick here for me. Rankins is the best three-technique, which is a defensive tackle in a four-man front. He will be a sub-package interior pass rusher and one of the better ones in this league. What he does best is pick a gap and go. He's one of the quicker defensive tackles we've seen in the last several years.
15. Cleveland Browns:Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor
He's a dynamic playmaker. Think Percy Harvin, that's the kind of playmaker that he is. He has a quick start and explosive speed. The only key for him is that he hasn't run a route tree. You will have to manufacture touches for him as he learns the route tree. He's special with the football in his hands.
21. Houston Texans:Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame
This pick makes a ton of sense to me. He has totally legit speed; a game-changer from a speed perspective. He tracks the deep ball extremely well. I worry about his hands. He's a little bit like Ted Ginn of the Panthers. He will make big plays, but you will have to put up with a few drops.
22. Washington Redskins:Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah: "They're going to get some weapons around quarterback Kirk Cousins, who got the franchise tag. Doctson is very much like Jordan Matthews of the Eagles. Both are faster than people give them credit for. Doctson surprised a lot of people at the combine when he ran a 4.5 40."
23. Minnesota Vikings:Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
We all know he ran a 4.65 40 at his pro day. So, either you believe in him and his game, or you don't. He's a natural hands catcher and will win 50-50 balls. He's also one of the best blocking wide receivers in this draft. He's physical, tough and has great hands. I think the Vikings got a winner.
24. Cincinnati Bengals:William Jackson III, CB, Houston
He finds the football when it's in the air and then he becomes the wide receiver. I think the Bengals wanted a wide receiver here, but the wide receiver board is gone. So, they take Jackson, who is probably the best player on their board. The Steelers, who are picking right behind the Bengals, need a cornerback badly.
27. Green Bay Packers:Kenny Clark, DT, UCLA
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis: "Clark got more active as his career went along at UCLA, and that allowed Myles Jack to make plays. Clark is an inside force against the pass. I like this pick for Green Bay because B.J. Raji is no longer there. We were thinking maybe inside linebacker here, but this pick works."
28. San Francisco 49ers:Joshua Garnett, OG, Stanford
Stanford coach David Shaw: "You're getting a brilliant young man, and a tough son of a gun. He has some work to do as a pass protector, which he's worked on every year. He can down block. He can pull. He's physical and nasty. He's ready for Sundays."
29. Arizona Cardinals:Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss
The Cardinals made a trade this offseason to make the pass rush better by getting Chandler Jones from the Patriots. Now, they make the inside better. This is a top-10 talent, but has inconsistent tape. I think he ended up in a great spot. The Cardinals were 20th in the league in sacks last season, and they will get better this year. From a value perspective, this is a home-run pick.
31. Seattle Seahawks:Germain Ifedi, OG, Texas A&M
He was announced as a tackle, but some people like him inside at guard. He's massive and powerful, but I question his technique. He's a bit of a waist-bender. Whether he plays tackle or guard, he will be coached by one of the best in the business in Tom Cable. This is a really good pick for a team that needs offensive linemen.