Here's how The MMQB's ALBERT BREER sees Round 1 of the NFL draft
GM John Dorsey likes Sam Darnold's makeup—but he likes Allen's arm even more.
New York could get a QB here, but Barkley's upside may be too high for the Giants to pass up.
3 JETS (FROM COLTS)
Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield are in play, but in the end the Jets will go with the safest bet.
Cleveland gets a potentially great rusher as well as someone to make Myles Garrett better.
Denzel Ward, Quenton Nelson and a trade are all in play. But word is Gary Kubiak loves Mayfield.
6 COLTS (FROM JETS)
Chubb being off the board at this pick makes the call here easy for GM Chris Ballard.
The other high impact DB, Derwin James, has big upside, but Fitzpatrick is the surer thing.
The line needs help, and OL coach Harry Hiestand coached Nelson in South Bend.
9 BILLS (FROM 49ERS)
GM Brandon Beane is looking to deal up. This one won't require giving up both his No. 1s.
Smith's falling this low is a long shot. Oakland has done its homework on Davenport.
Drumbeat in Miami on Mayfield is persisting. But Vea is pretty good too.
12 49ERS (FROM BILLS)
GM John Lynch gets a talented player who he might've taken at No. 9.
Lots of teams in the top 10 really like Ward, and he could replace Kendall Fuller in Washington.
Corner is a priority for Green Bay; D-coordinator Mike Pettine covets man-cover guys.
If Arizona can't get a QB, the team needs to protect injury-prone Sam Bradford.
Quarterback Joe Flacco is 33 years old, with a bad back. Time to look to the future.
D-coordinator Gus Bradley gets a Kam Chancellor clone, hoping James's knee is healed.
His testing scores weren't off the charts, but he's a fantastic fit on Pete Carroll's defense.
Ridley gives the Cowboys a receiver who is ready to step in now for departed Dez Bryant.
New head coach Matt Patricia will show what he's looking for in a player with this pick.
Carlos Dunlap and Geno Atkins are getting older, so Cincy needs help up front.
Buffalo gets a guy who could be a 10-year cornerstone at one of two positions of need.
23 PATRIOTS (FROM RAMS)
Miller's stock is rising, and New England, taking no chances, will get a steal.
Carolina needs helps on the line; Hernandez can slide into Andrew Norwell's spot.
Evans's versatility is what coach Mike Vrabel wants in his front-seven players.
After losing Dontari Poe, coach Dan Quinn is even more intent on building depth.
Saints could go a bunch of different ways. Alexander would pair well with Marshon Lattimore.
LEIGHTON VANDER ESCH
Ryan Shazier's spinal injury left a big hole, and Vander Esch is the perfect guy to fill it.
Sutton's not a finished product. But his physical traits make him a good get for the Jags.
Vikings need O-line help; Williams might start at guard and evolve into a tackle.
S. DAKOTA STATE
At best, the Patriots are now year-to-year with Rob Gronkowski, which makes TE a need.
Jay Ajayi is in a contract year, so this is looking a season ahead; a trade is also possible.
Ridley gives the Cowboys a receiver WHO IS READY TO STEP IN NOW for Dez Bryant.