11. Chicago Bears - Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
Left tackle is the most glaring need Chicago has on the offensive side heading into the draft. Stanley, a top-tier pass protector, fills that spot and provides a much-needed upgrade on Jay Cutler's blind side.
12. New Orleans Saints - Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss
The Saints can go anywhere on the defensive side of the ball with this pick, but adding to the receiver position is the best avenue by which the team can maximize the last few years of Brees' career. A physical specimen who's drawn comparisons to Anquan Boldin, Treadwell could be the perfect complement to Brandin Cooks' speed at all levels of the field.
13. Miami Dolphins (via PHI) - Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson
Landing Byron Maxwell as part of a salary dump trade from the Eagles does little to address the Dolphins' concerning situation at cornerback long term. Alexander was a lockdown cornerback for Clemson and he has the skill set necessary to become the same type of player at the next level.
14. Oakland Raiders - Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville
The defensive line has quickly become a strength for the Raiders, but this unit could still stand to benefit from the addition of a three-technique tackle who can create pressure inside. Rankins, despite being somewhat undersized for the position, does that as well as any tackle in this class.
15. Los Angeles Rams - Josh Doctson, WR, TCU
Los Angeles needs a quarterback in the worst way, but it's entirely possible that the team opts against reaching for one in this spot. Whether that player is found later in the draft, or by way of a trade, Doctson has the potential to emerge as his No. 1 target from day one.
16. Detroit Lions - Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State
The Lions should be looking to add a cornerback opposite Glover Quin if they are to improve upon last season's struggles in pass defense. Apple has the size, athleticism, and coverage ability to develop into a top defensive back going forward.
17. Atlanta Falcons - Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson
Using a first-round pick on Vic Beasley shouldn't preclude Atlanta from further solidifying the pass rush this year. Dodd would line up opposite his fellow Clemson alum in Dan Quinn's defense, giving the Falcons a potential three-down contributor on the strong side.
18. Indianapolis Colts - Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
The Colts can't pass up another opportunity to upgrade the offensive line in front of Andrew Luck. Conklin could start at either tackle spot as a rookie, allowing Jack Mewhort to move back to guard and thus strengthening the unit across the board.
19. Buffalo Bills - Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
As the Bills turn exclusively to Rex Ryan's defensive scheme, finding an every-down linebacker should be near the top of the priority list. Ragland is everything scouts will be looking for in a solid interior presence.
20. New York Jets - Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia
The Jets have done well to solidify the interior defensive front, now comes the time for New York to address its long-standing need on the edge. Floyd's explosiveness would give opposing offensive lines more difficulty in pass protection.