1. Browns: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M. Described by some scouts as a pass rusher who comes along once in a generation. Browns sure hope so.
2. 49ers: Jamal Adams, S, LSU. Niners need plenty of help at plenty of spots, but with no can’t-miss quarterback prospect, Adams fills a big hole on defense.
3. Bears: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State. John Fox needs athletic corners in his scheme, and Lattimore fits that requirement.
4. Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU. Plenty of scuttlebutt that the Jaguars are in the market for a quarterback, but Fournette can take some pressure off incumbent Blake Bortles.
5. Titans: Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford. A terrific pass rusher with plenty of speed off the edge.
6. Jets: Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State. QB or not QB? If the Jets don’t take a passer, Hooker is a big-time talent who can start immediately and might make Calvin Pryor expendable.
7. Chargers: O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama. Chargers went against the grain taking Joey Bosa early last year, and Howard would be an unexpected move. But a good one, especially with Antonio Gates close to retirement.
8. Panthers: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford. A terrific all-around back who even can play slot receiver. Hard for Panthers to pass up his talent.
9. Bengals: Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama. A true impact player, although a reported failed drug test at the Combine raises a red flag.
10. Bills: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson. Bills not sold on Sammy Watkins long term, so a reliable target like Williams makes sense.
11. Saints: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama. Saints still holding out hope for a trade of Patriots corner Malcolm Butler, but a defense this leaky can’t have enough top corners.
12. Browns: Mitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina. Browns haven’t dismissed the idea of taking Trubisky at No. 1 overall, but why miss out on Garrett when you can get a quarterback here?
14. Eagles: John Ross, WR, Washington. Eagles signed Alshon Jeffery to a one-year deal, so adding a burner such as Ross would be another major boost for Carson Wentz.
15. Colts: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee. Colts are weak on both lines, and Barnett can be a worthy successor to recently retired Robert Mathis.
16. Ravens: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan. Ravens were limited by a lack of receiver depth last year. Davis a major upgrade for terrific deep thrower Joe Flacco.
17. Redskins: Jonathan Allen, DT, Alabama. Allen is disruptive in the trenches, and if he fell this far, Washington would be fortunate to get him.
18. Titans: David Njoku, TE, Miami. Titans have shown plenty of interest in Njoku, who could be a prime target for Marcus Mariota.
19. Buccaneers: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State. Cook has great speed and toughness, and also can catch the ball well. Bucs appear to have soured on Doug Martin.
20. Broncos: Forrest Lamp, OL, Western Kentucky. Broncos need big-time help at left tackle, and while Lamp has been projected more as a guard, he may be talented enough to move outside.
22. Dolphins: Takkarist McKinley, DE, UCLA. McKinley has great pass-rush ability, coming off a senior season with 10 sacks.
23. Giants: Garett Bolles, T, Utah. Had only one season of major-college football but has the kind of nasty streak that teams love in young linemen. Giants need added depth along the line.
24. Raiders: Ryan Ramczyk, T, Wisconsin. Left tackle Donald Penn is 34, so there’s an eventual opening for Ramczyk.
25. Texans: Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech. A year after the failed Brock Osweiler experiment, Bill O’Brien can mold a young quarterback with a rocket arm into a big-time passer.
26. Seahawks: Cam Robinson, T, Alabama. Russell Wilson was besieged by pass rushers last year. Time for the Seahawks to fill the void left by Russell Okung.
27. Chiefs: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame. No need for Kizer to start immediately with Alex Smith still there. Would be a perfect landing spot with quarterback-friendly coach Andy Reid.
28. Cowboys: Tre’Davious White, CB, LSU. Cowboys said goodbye to former first-round corner Morris Claiborne, now with the Jets. Time to start anew with a talent like White.
29. Packers: T.J. Watt, OLB, Wisconsin. Brother of Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has the same relentless style. With Clay Matthew now in Year 8, Watt can bolster the pass rush.
30. Steelers: Adoree’ Jackson, CB, USC. After seeing Tom Brady pick apart the Steelers’ secondary in the playoffs, it’s not hard to see where Pittsburgh needs help.
31. Falcons: Kevin King, CB, Washington. Falcons don’t have many pressing needs after getting to the Super Bowl, but cornerback depth is a welcome luxury.
32. Saints: Evan Engram, TE, Mississippi. Drew Brees hasn’t been the same since Jimmy Graham left town.