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They also could take Ezekiel Elliot here with the recent move of Lamar Miller to the Texans. OAKLAND RAIDERS (7-9): Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State -- Running back isn't the No.
Tunsil is arguably the most talented player in this year's draft class and able to contribute from day one, pushing Taylor Lewan over to right tackle.
He will also help newly acquired De Marco Murray in the run game. CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-13): Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State -- Hue Jackson has made it clear that the most important task for the Browns this offseason is to find a quarterback.
TENNESSEE TITANS (3-13): Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss -- Priority No.
1 for the Titans should be to protect Marcus Mariota, something they have struggled to do consistently in 2015.
And although Wentz lacks ideal experience coming from the FCS level, he is the total package in terms of athletic and personal traits.
With Josh Mc Cown under contract for the 2016 season, Wentz won't be pressed onto the field from Day One. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-12): Jalen Ramsey, FS, Florida State -- With Eric Weddle likely moving on in free agency, the Chargers have holes to fill in the secondary at cornerback and safety. Bosa would be an ideal fit at left end in coordinator Rod Marinelli's scheme and gives the Cowboys much-needed depth, especially considering Randy Gregory's troubles. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (5-11): De Forest Buckner, DE, Oregon -- The Jaguars have been revamping the defensive line the past few seasons and will continue to do so in this draft.
Regardless of the position he plays in the NFL, Ramsey has impact potential due to his special athleticism and ball-hawking skills. DALLAS COWBOYS (4-12): Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State -- The Cowboys need to address the defensive line this offseason and if Bosa is still available at pick No. Buckner has the versatile skill-set that fits coach Gus Bradley's hybrid front, allowing him to make an impact at several positions. BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-11): Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame -- Baltimore inked Eugene Monroe to a lucrative extension, but he hasn't been able to stay healthy, making it tough for the Ravens to rely on him to start 16 games in 2016.
As long as the medical staff signs off on his knee, Jack is an impact player from Day One.
The Eagles could also go with Ezeki el Elliot here with recent trade of De Marco Murray to the Titans. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (6-10): Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida -- Tampa will address the cornerback position this off-season, either in free agency or the draft, possibly both.
Robinson lacks dynamic production, but his traits fit the mold of a high-end NFL starter. MIAMI DOLPHINS (7-9): Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State -- The Dolphins need to upgrade the offensive line and Conklin fits in the first round.
He is a tackle by trade, but can begin his NFL career inside at guard, giving Miami a long-term option on the edges.
Hargreaves is a tough-minded, instinctive cover man who is ready to start from day one in the NFL. NY GIANTS (6-10): Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson -- The Giants built their Super Bowl-winning teams with strong defensive lines, especially on the edges.
Lawson will give New York a building block as the Giants rebuild the defense. CHICAGO BEARS (6-10): Darron Lee, OLB, Ohio State -- Lee is a versatile run-and-hit linebacker who fits today's NFL and transcends scheme, suiting the Bears' 3-4 base defense. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (7-9): A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama -- The Saints have several holes that need plugging on the defensive side of the ball, including up front on the defensive line.