With the rumored move to 4-3 and a base nickel defense, the main needs will be CB and LB early. I also think that only Goff will go in the top 5, leaving us with a big decision at pick number 6.
1-1 Rams- Goff
1-2 Browns- Ramsey
1-3 Chargers- Tunsil
1-4 Cowboys- Bosa
1-5 Jaguars- Jack
1-6 Ravens- TRADE: I believe Buckner and Hargreaves are the two most logical choices here, but the Ravens phones will be ringing and I think they pull the trigger on a trade. SF, desperate for a QB gives up more than they need to secure the pick. 1-6 and 4-130 for 1-7, 2-37, and 4-105.
1-6 49ers- Wentz
1-7 RAVENS- Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida. 10 career interceptions and 38 passes defensed in three years at Florida. Can also return punts and kickoffs. "While scouts have voiced some concerns about Hargreaves' size and recovery speed, you won't find anyone who doesn't admire his competitiveness and consistency of production. Hargreaves has a level of suddenness and explosiveness in his movements that should always have him near the ball. With top-notch ball skills and exceptional instincts that drew praise from Alabama's Nick Saban, Hargreaves possesses the football makeup to become a Pro Bowl cornerback."
2-36 Su'a Cravens, LB/S, USC. Finished his college career with 199 tackles, 34 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks, nine interceptions and four forced fumbles. Many people say he is too small to be a productive LB, but at 6'1" 225 lbs, he is only one inch and 13 pounds smaller than Mosley. "Plays with a unique lens that includes his time at the safety position as a freshman. Teams focusing on putting a "tweener" label on him could be making a huge mistake considering his competitive nature and toughness. Cravens was highly disruptive and productive in each of his three seasons as a starter thanks to his tools/traits to act on his instincts. Cravens will help on special teams immediately and could become an early starter for a 4-3 defense looking for a playmaking weak-side linebacker."
2-37 Tyler Boyd, WR, Pitt. The Pitt record holder for career receptions(254) and yards (3,361) "Boyd makes up for a lack of speed with vice grips for hands and being intelligent in his routes. Boyd isn't a standalone WR1, but he can be a very productive starter in a play-action attack that allows him to play to his strengths.",
3-70 Charles Tapper, DE, Oklahoma. Learning under Suggs and Dumervil for a year or two could make him beast.
4-104 Joe Haeg, OT, North Dakota State.
4-105 Jaylon Smith, OLB, Notre Dame. Seems like the perfect time to take a chance on somebody who was considered a top five prospect before his injury.
4-132 Harlon Miller, CB, Southeastern Louisiana.
4-134 Joe Dahl, OG, Washington State.
6-182 Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia.
6-209 Deiondre Hall, FS, Northern Iowa.
Without a trade I see it going, 1-6 Hargreaves, 2-36 Cravens, 3-70 Tapper, 4-104, Haeg, 4-130 Peake, WR, Clemson, 4-132 H. Miller, 4-134 Dahl, 6-182 Marshall, 6-209 D. Hall.