The best and most pro-ready quarterback in this draft, no question about it. It won't be easy stepping into Peyton Manning's shoes, but this kid has what it takes.
Perfect fit for a Redskins squad in desperate need of a reboot. Great passer, athletic and has the personality to make this team legit in the coming years.
(pick came via trade with Minnesota Vikings)
One of the most NFL-ready talents in this draft. Should provide a horrible Cleveland offense with some instant credibility.
(pick came via trade with Cleveland Browns)
Not only is Kalil the best tackle prospect we've seen in years, he also happens to plug a hole that Minnesota needed to address one way or another.
WR, Oklahoma State
(pick came via trade with Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
The Jaguars had to get Blaine Gabbert a quality wide receiver at some point, and apparently Blackmon is who they feel will best fit their needs. They probably could've gotten Michael Floyd at their old spot, though, so it is a bit puzzling that they opted to trade up.
(pick came via trade with St. Louis Rams)
The Cowboys had secondary issues that needed to get addressed, and they managed to address them with the best corner available in this whole shindig.
(pick came via trade with Jacksonville Jaguars)
Once Claiborne was plucked away by the Cowboys, the Bucs had to turn elsewhere to shore up the defense. Barron's stock was mighty hot heading into this draft, so this makes a certain amount of sense.
QB, Texas A&M
Miami is well aware of the risks and rewards associated with this pick. If Stephen Ross is good with it, we're good with it.
LB, Boston College
A team that desperately needed to improve on the defensive side of the ball got the best tackler in the nation. Good fit.
CB, South Carolina
Bills could have addressed any one of several areas with this pick. A bit of a reach for Gilmore here, given the talent still on the board.