11. Washington Commanders: Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
Jordan Davis was a darling of the NFL Combine and one of my personal favorite prospects in this draft. I've written before that the Jets would be wise to seriously consider Davis at No. 10 overall.
In this most recent mock draft, the former Georgia pillar joins Chase Young on one of the most dangerous defensive lines in the league.
12. Minnesota Vikings: Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati
Ahmad 'Sauce' Gardner is widely regarded as the best overall cornerback in this draft class. He is also a potential option for the Jets at No. 10. The Vikings should be quick to stop his slide and grab Gardner to play alongside Patrick Peterson.
13. Cleveland Browns: Derek Stingley Jr, CB, LSU
Cleveland has completely rebuilt their roster this offseason. While much is still unknown, every team in the league could use a corner like Derek Stingley Jr. Should things break correctly, he has the potential to be for the Browns' secondary what Myles Garrett is for their front-four.
14. Baltimore Ravens: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
The Ravens have gone far too long without adding a top wide receiver for 2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Marquise Brown has failed to develop into a No. 1 pass catcher. Jameson Williams would immediately give Baltimore a new offensive dynamic as the team seeks a long postseason run.