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Caleb Williams QB, USC

Height: 6-1, Weight: 215

They say he’s generational, and he might be, but there are some concerns. I like his game, but I would have taken Jayden Daniels. Only time will tell. (Pete Prisco)

A-

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Jayden Daniels QB, LSU

Height: 6-4, Weight: 210

I love this pick. It’s a great situation for a rookie. The team has a new owner, coach and now quarterback. They can grow together. He will be the best QB in this class. (Pete Prisco)

A

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Drake Maye QB, UNC

Height: 6-4, Weight: 230

He might need some time on the bench, but he has the talent to develop into a good starting quarterback in this league. He just needs to fine tune a few mechanical things. The Patriots had to get a quarterback. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Marvin Harrison Jr. WR, OHIOST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 205

He has the tools to be a star receiver in this league. The Cardinals had to get a receiver, so it works. He will be a big-time playmaker in their offense. I think Malik Nabers will be better, but it’s close. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Joe Alt OT, ND

Height: 6-8, Weight: 322

He is the best in this class, but now he has to make the transition to right tackle for Jim Harbaugh. That can be tough to do. But taking a lineman makes sense, I just might have taken J.C. Latham as a better fit. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Malik Nabers WR, LSU

Height: 6-0, Weight: 200

I love this pick for the Giants. It says they didn’t believe in the quarterbacks who were left and now they get a playmaker on the outside. This kid will be a star. (Pete Prisco)

A+

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JC Latham OT, ALA

Height: 6-6, Weight: 360

He is a right tackle and they need a left tackle, so it will be interesting to see how they play it. But he’s a violent player wherever he plays. They cross-train at Alabama at both left and right, so he should be able to make a smooth transition. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Michael Penix Jr. QB, WASH

Height: 6-3, Weight: 213

They opted to take their quarterback of the future by taking Penix. He has all the tools, but will learn and wait behind Kirk Cousins. I wonder if he can rush the passer. Like the player, but don’t like the pick. (Pete Prisco)

B-

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Rome Odunze WR, WASH

Height: 6-3, Weight: 215

This is smart pick for the Bears, even if taking an edge rusher filled a bigger need. Now you have a young receiver to grow with Caleb Williams. Odunze will give them a nice three-man receiver group. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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J.J. McCarthy QB, MICH

Height: 6-3, Weight: 202

They had to fill the quarterback spot, so it makes sense to take McCarthy. I don’t love him as much as others do, but it will be interesting to see how Kevin O’Connell and gang will make it work. (Pete Prisco)

C+

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Olumuyiwa Fashanu OT, PSU

Height: 6-6, Weight: 317

He is a left tackle for the future, but also insurance if Tyron Smith can’t play the who season. He is good in pass protection, but needs to improve his run blocking. This isn’t an all-in pick like Brock Bowers might have been. (Pete Prisco)

B-

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Bo Nix QB, OREGON

Height: 6-2, Weight: 217

I don’t love Nix, but I get the pick. Desperation forces teams to pick quarterbacks earlier than they should. Sean Payton obviously sees Drew Brees in him, but this is way early. Why not trade down and get him later? (Pete Prisco)

C-

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Brock Bowers TE, UGA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 240

He’s a heck of a player, but didn’t they draft Michael Mayer last year and signed Harrison Bryant this year? They have other needs. Don’t really like this pick that much. It’s not like he’s a good blocker for their run game. Strange pick with other needs. (Pete Prisco)

C

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Taliese Fuaga OT, OREST

Height: 6-6, Weight: 334

He fills a major need for the Saints. They have big-time tackle issues. Fuaga is a nasty player who will start right away. Love it. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Laiatu Latu EDGE, UCLA

Height: 6-5, Weight: 267

I think there were other options for them in this spot and better edge rushers in my mind. But Latu has good pass-rush skills, although there are some medical concerns. They do need edge-rush help. (Pete Prisco)

B-

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Byron Murphy II DL, TEX

Height: 6-1, Weight: 308

They patiently wait and get the player who might be the best defensive player in this draft. Murphy has been compared to Justin Madubuike, who new Seahawks coach Mike Macdonald coached in Baltimore. (Pete Prisco)

A

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Dallas Turner EDGE, ALA

Height: 6-4, Weight: 242

Love this move to go get Turner. He will be the best edge player in this class. The Vikings have had a lot of success with edge players and he fits with what Brian Flores wants to do. (Pete Prisco)

A

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Amarius Mims OT, UGA

Height: 6-7, Weight: 340

To me, Mims is feast or famine pick. He can be a star, but he also has some limitations because he hasn’t played a lot of football. This could pay off in a big way, but it’s risky. (Pete Prisco)

B-

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Jared Verse EDGE, FLAST

Height: 6-4, Weight: 260

The Rams patiently wait and end up with one of the best pass rushers in this draft. This fills a major need and will help compensate for the loss of Aaron Donald on the inside. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Troy Fautanu IOL, WASH

Height: 6-4, Weight: 317

The Steelers needed another tackle to go with Broderick Jones, but Fautanu can also play inside. He is a physical player who fits what they want to do. This is a nice, solid Steelers pick. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Chop Robinson EDGE, PSU

Height: 6-3, Weight: 254

I love this pick for Miami. He has the best first step in this draft. With a little coaching, he will become a dominant pass rusher. They can also move him around as a joker on their front. Love it. (Pete Prisco)

A

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Quinyon Mitchell CB, TOLEDO

Height: 6-0, Weight: 196

The Eagles wait and get the best corner in this draft. That’s smart. There was talk of them trading up, but now they land a player who fills a need with age creeping into their defense. Nice pick. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Brian Thomas Jr. WR, LSU

Height: 6-4, Weight: 205

This is a heck of a move for a team that needs another young weapon. He can fly and his best football is in front of him. Watch out for their offense in 2024. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Terrion Arnold CB, ALA

Height: 6-0, Weight: 196

The Lions needed some corner help, so it makes sense to make a move to get one. Arnold gives them another Alabama secondary player to go with Brian Branch, another player with versatility. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Jordan Morgan OT, ARI

Height: 6-5, Weight: 325

I might have taken Graham Barton here, but they need help up front so I get it. Morgan can move inside to guard but if they move right tackle Zach Tom to center, he would be their right tackle. (Pete Prisco)

C+

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Graham Barton IOL, DUKE

Height: 6-5, Weight: 314

This is a great pick. They have major issues at center and a question at left guard and he can play both. I love this pick. Barton will move inside from tackle, but he can play there in a pinch too. (Pete Prisco)

A

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Darius Robinson EDGE, MISSOU

Height: 6-5, Weight: 296

He is a good, solid player who can play outside and also can move inside as a rusher. The Cardinals needed help up front, so it makes a lot of sense to get a player with this versatility. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Xavier Worthy WR, TEX

Height: 6-1, Weight: 172

He can flat out fly. He has had some issues with drops, but for a team that once had Tyreek Hill it makes a ton of sense to get this type of speed. How much will Patrick Mahomes love this guy? (Pete Prisco)

A

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Tyler Guyton OT, OKLA

Height: 6-7, Weight: 328

This is a move that has been predicted by a lot of people. He played right tackle in college, but can move to the left side. This fills a major need. (Pete Prisco)

B

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Nate Wiggins CB, CLEM

Height: 6-2, Weight: 185

They have a need at corner and Wiggins might be the best cover player of all of them. He isn’t a great tackler, but he can lock on and play press man in their defense. He just need to improve his tackling. (Pete Prisco)

B+

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Ricky Pearsall WR, FLA

Height: 6-1, Weight: 190

This is a strange pick. Do they need one? If so, why Pearsall? Unless they are trading Brandon Aiyuk, why take this guy? It’s a luxury pick. (Pete Prisco)

C-

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Xavier Legette WR, SCAR

Height: 6-3, Weight: 227

They have to get weapons for Bryce Young, so landing him makes sense. He is a player who plays physical and runs better than you think. He’s only done it for one year. (Pete Prisco)