Pick 1: Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray, QB (Oklahoma)
All signs for the Arizona Cardinals are pointing towards them selecting the 2018 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback out of Oklahoma. They are bringing in Murray for a visit. New head coach Kliff Kingsbury gets HIS guy and will look to build around Murray.
Pick 2: San Francisco 49ers
Quinnen Williams, DT (Alabama)
I know Nick Bosa is sitting there, but I would be willing to bet that Quinnen Williams is a safer pick than Bosa. He is simply too good to pass up here. I know it seems as if the 49ers only draft players along the defensive front in the first round nowadays, but due to that they would have a defensive front made up of Solomon Thomas, DeForest Buckner, Quinnen Williams, and Dee Ford. No team in the NFL wants to face that in the trenches.
Pick 3: New York Jets
Nick Bosa, EDGE (Ohio State)
The Jets will be very pleased to see the 49ers pass on Bosa. Not only does this fit taking the best player available model, but it fills a major need for the Jets. Pass rush is desperately needed in New York and luckily the top-ranked pass rusher in this draft drops a couple spots. Expect Bosa to make an immediate impact on this Jets defense.
Pick 4: Oakland Raiders
Josh Allen, EDGE (Kentucky)
To say the Raiders need some help with their pass rush would be a wild understatement. Opposing quarterbacks were pleased with the Raiders for trading Khalil Mack before the start of 2018 season, leaving an atrocious pass rush in Oakland.
There were six individual players with more sacks, and five individual players with the same amount of sacks last season as the entire Raiders defense. Their 13 team sacks ranked as the lowest amount by an NFL team since the 2008 Kansas City Chiefs.
The next closest team in terms of sacks in 2018 was the New York Giants with 30 team sacks, more than double what Oakland accomplished as a team last season. Alright, you get the point. Josh Allen is the exact type of player this defense needs on the edge. A high-motor player who loves getting after the quarterback.