13. Cleveland Browns: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
The Browns are giving Baker Mayfield one more year to prove he's the guy, and if they're going to go that route, they might as well surround him with as much talent as possible.
Adding Treylon Burks to a receiving corps that needs some work would give Mayfield a big-bodied A.J. Brown-like receiver to hopefully maximize his potential. I don't expect Burks to fall outside the top-20.
14. Baltimore Ravens: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
The Ravens need to get younger along their defensive line, and with Brandon Williams and Justin Ellis hitting free agency, they can use a new nose tackle to build around.
Enter Jordan Davis, one of the freakiest freaks in a draft class of freaks. Davis stands at 6-foot-6, 340 pounds, and could anchor the middle of Baltimore's defense for years to come.
15. Philadelphia Eagles: Jermaine Johnson, EDGE, Florida State
The Eagles are on the clock with their first of three first-round picks. Jermaine Johnson is a player whose stock is skyrocketing following a dominant performance at the Senior Bowl, and that could intrigue general manager Howie Roseman.
Johnson is a hybrid edge defender with true positional versatility. The Eagles have a need at edge rusher with Derek Barnett set to hit free agency and Brandon Graham not getting any younger. Johnson fits the bill.
16. Philadelphia Eagles: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
Back-to-back selections, the Eagles address their defense again adding Clemson's Andrew Booth Jr. Booth is one of the many talented cornerbacks in this class and he could give Philadelphia a long-term building block at a key position.
The Eagles add a young defensive stalwart to pair with Darius Slay with Steven Nelson set to hit free agency this offseason.