1) Cincinnati Bengals
To choose: Joe Burrow, quarterback, LSU. Bengals need to catch Burrow. He has the potential to lead them for the next 15 years and finally get Cincinnati that Andy Dalton did not. Burrow excelled in his last year at LSU, taking the Tigers to an undefeated university championship. Burrow completed 76.3% of his passes in 5,671 yards, 60 touchdowns and six interceptions. The free agency has shown that a new era may be emerging in Cincinnati and Burrow is the man who makes it concrete.
To choose: Chase Young, edge pusher, Ohio. Washington has a no-brainer on Young. Ron Rivera can build a strong defensive identity with a player by following in the footsteps of Ohio's top defenders, Joey and Nick Bosa. A 6-foot, 5-inch wrecking ball whose tremendous off-line speed allowed him to accumulate 16.5 bags, 21.5 tackles for defeat and seven forced obstacles in 12 games in 2019. Your Tagovailoa could be an update for Dwayne Haskins, but the inability to assess the outcome. the quarterback's good form makes Young the wise choice.
3) Detroit Lions
To choose: Jeffrey Okudah, cornerback, Ohio State. Lions need a replacement for Darius Slay after switching to Philadelphia. Okudah can jump right into Slay's role as Detroit's leader in the backfield and make an impact as the best stop in the league.
4) New York Giants
To choose: Jedrick Wills, offensive attack, Alabama. The offensive line is a mandatory update for the giants. Wills, Mekhi Becton and Tristan Wirfs would do just that with coach Joe Judge, but Wills makes sense, since Judge was assistant to Nick Saban in Alabama. Familiarity tipped the balance in favor of Wills without the ability to find potential customers this year due to the blockade.
5) Miami Dolphins
To choose: Justin Herbert, quarterback, Oregon. Dolphins can choose the best of the rest with Burrow off the board. Herbert agrees with Tagovailoa due to the latter's fitness problems. Its 6-foot and 6-inch structure and its huge arm pass the eye examination. Three quick touchdowns against Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl victory in Oregon have shown that he can change when necessary too.