29. Green Bay Packers: Christian McCaffrey (Running Back)
The Packers need a running back and McCaffrey makes way too much sense. He can make big plays on the ground and can be a dominating force in the passing game. We saw how much Aaron Rodgers likes to throw to his running backs last season and McCaffrey would be a natural and dangerous fit.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers: John Ross (Wide Receiver)
Ross may have been the fastest player at the combine but it is hard to sell him as a bonafide star wide receiver. At 5’11 and weighing 188 pounds he does not have elite size. His speed is his primary weapon and it is a good one, but Mike Williams still remains the bigger and more consistent target coming out of college.
The Steelers will get another fast wide receiver who can take the top off of defenses as they look to replace some of the receivers that have departed over the last few seasons.
31. Atlanta Falcons: Charles Harris (Defensive Lineman)
The Falcons need a pass rusher and the best player available will be Harris. Atlanta’s defense is turning a corner and their hard hitting style will only become more prevalent coming off of their Super Bowl collapse. Harris would be an excellent fit for Falcons pass rush.
32. New Orleans Saints: Corey Davis (Wide Receiver)
With their second pick in the first round the Saints will double down on offense as they select Corey Davis. His injury will knock him back in the first round but should find a home with an offensive minded team.
The Saints will add their new number one wide receiver to replace Brandin Cooks who was traded to the New England Patriots.