Another year where the Arizona Cardinals need cornerback help. Well, good news for them, Georgia star Kelee Ringo can help with that problem. Ringo has been very good this year, having allowed just 285 yards on 298 coverage snaps and no touchdowns through 10 weeks of collegiate action.
The Chicago Bears need help in the wide receiver room. They have some promising pieces in Darnell Mooney, Velus Jones Jr., and the newly-acquired Chase Claypool. However, none of those players should stop you from drafting Jaxon Smith-Njigba, who is just one year removed from a 1,600-yard season.
The Green Bay Packers desperately need help on offense. Aaron Rodgers is becoming more and more frustrated by the minute with who he has to throw to, and that will drive him away, which it is yet to be seen if that would be a good or bad thing. In this case, he stays as the front office finally gets him help in the form of elite tight-end prospect Michael Mayer.
With the first of the Seattle Seahawks’ two first-round picks, this one coming from the Denver Broncos, they take a wild card in Clemson defensive lineman Bryan Bresee. Bresee has struggled to stay on the field, but when he is on the field, he shows flashes of elite play on the interior defensive line. They can afford to bet on his upside, as Bresee could become a very balanced presence in the middle.