Gallimore: "With an abysmal secondary, the Saints can't pass up on Hooker at #12, though they do need a receiving help following the departure of Brandin Cooks.
Roddy: "Hue Jackson finally gets his QB, and takes the athletic Watson to mold behind an extremely talented offensive line. This could easily be Kizer too, but Jackson picks the proven winner in Watson to cure Cleveland's QB woes."
Roddy: "The Eagles need a starting CB, and Humphrey has all the physical tools to dominate opposing receivers. With a run on defensive backs early, the Eagles must go CB here."
Gallimore: "Despite projections he could fall out of the first round, I see Cook going to the Colts here. The Colts may have planned on re-building up front, but simply can't pass up on the talent of Dalvin Cook."
Roddy: "Despite having recent surgery on his ankle. Davis is the first receiver off the board thanks to his rare combination of speed and size. The Ravens desperately need help at the WR position after losing Kamar Aiken to the Colts. Davis should be good to go by opening day."
Gallimore: "Possibly both the best player available and biggest team need, Foster falls perfectly to the 'Skins."
Gallimore: "Trubisky's fall halts at 20, as the Texans pounce on the opportunity before the Broncos can consider the move. The post-Osweiler operation begins."
Roddy: "Vance Joseph adds the multi-talented RB to help whoever his playing QB. The offensive line has been infused with money and talent, and McCaffrey rejoices."
Gallimore: "The Lions desperately need help up front. Michigan State product McDowell is the best defensive lineman available."
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