With the 2020 NFL Draft just days away, here's my fourth crack at how the first round will shake out on April 23.
The Bengals make the Ohio native their next franchise QB.
Ron Rivera can't turn down the opportunity to add the premier pass rusher in the class to a defensive front that's loaded with former first-round picks.
Cornerback is a top priority, but coach Matt Patricia might opt for line-of-scrimmage disruption over tight coverage when retooling the Lions' defense.
[Giants](/teams/newyorkgiants/profile?team=NYG) general manager Dave Gettleman adds a blue-chip blocker to the lineup to help his prized possessions ( [Daniel Jones](/player/danieljones/2562299/profile) and Saquon Barkley) thrive in 2020 and beyond. </content:power-ranking>
The Dolphins play it safe and take the Oregon standout to be their QB1 in waiting.
Pairing Simmons with Derwin James would give the Bolts a pair of Swiss Army Knife defenders on the second level to wreak havoc on opponents with their collective speed, athleticism and versatility.
The ultra-athletic Becton is a natural left tackle with the capacity to dominate on the edges from Day 1.
Joe Douglas has to put more playmakers around Sam Darnold to help the QB1 take another step in his development.
As a former receivers coach, Jon Gruden has an affinity for polished route runners, which makes Jeudy the ideal WR1 for the Raiders.
The Dirty Birds need more playmakers in the secondary. Terrell is a talented cover corner with length, ball skills and toughness.
The explosive pass rusher could become DeMarcus Lawrence's perfect tag-team partner in Mike Nolan's aggressive scheme.
Infusing the defense with more explosive athletes like Queen would help the Raiders close the gap on their division rivals.
GM Dave Caldwell and coach Doug Marrone can re-establish the Jaguars' culture and solidify the frontline with a blue-collar defender like Epenesa.
The Eagles need more speed and explosiveness in the passing game. Ruggs is a big-play threat with the capacity to score from anywhere on the field.
The Vikings need to replace their departed starting CBs with plug-and-play prospects. Fulton has all of the tools needed to be a high-level cover corner early in his career.
Bill Belichick loves defenders who are smart, tough and physical.
Imagine the fun Sean Payton could have grooming the super-talented Love for the QB1 role down the road.
The Dolphins desperately need an elite running back to spark their offense. Swift is a dynamic playmaker with outstanding skills as a runner-receiver.
With or without Jadeveon Clowney, the 'Hawks need a pass rusher with length and athleticism coming off the edge.
Versatility and explosiveness are coveted by Ravens defensive coordinator Don "Wink" Martindale. Baun checks off those boxes as a three-down linebacker with instincts and excellent blitz skills.
Davidson's versatility, toughness and brutal physicality fit into the Titans' culture.
The Chiefs' offense has continued to thrive with a committee backfield, but the unit could surge with a legitimate RB1 in the fold.