Massive changes will loom after the start of the new league year and the free-agency frenzy it spawns, but for now, let's see how the 2017 NFL Draft might look:
DE/OLB Myles Garrett, Texas A&M:Cleveland needs a quarterback, but the value could be better a bit later. Why not get an edge rusher who could be the best at that particular skill since Von Miller?
QB Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina:This could change if the 49ers find a long-term quarterback option via a trade. But if they're only left with free agency, they're likely limited to stopgaps -- which would actually be fine if they draft Trubisky, who needs time to watch and grow.
MOCK 1.0:DE Jonathan Allen, Alabama
DE Jonathan Allen:The Bears could reach for a quarterback here, but if they can't get Trubisky, their best bet might be to use their second-rounder and trade back into the bottom of the first round to find that passer.
RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State:Is this too high for a running back? Maybe, but this also gives the Jaguars a badly needed piece to their puzzle, with the chance for vital secondary upgrades in future rounds thanks to ample depth.
S Jamal Adams, LSU:The Titans could go for defensive backs with both of their first-round selections ... but the value is a bit better for a safety than a cornerback at this spot.
DE Solomon Thomas, Stanford:On a team filled with needs, Thomas can be considered the best player on the board, and can help a pass rush that struggled last year.
MOCK 1.0:CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State
S Malik Hooker, Ohio State:Michigan's Jabrill Peppers is also a possibility here as the Chargers look for secondary help.
RB Leonard Fournette, LSU:Fournette might not be the right fit for some teams, and his ankle issues could lead others to opt to look elsewhere, but with a 4.51-second 40 time, the 240-pounder might be what the Panthers need.
MOCK 1.0:OT Cam Robinson, Alabama
WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan:Help to take pressure off A.J. Green and give Andy Dalton another target is essential.
WR Mike Williams, Clemson:Questions linger about the quarterback situation, and that could be a target here if the Bills don't address it in the next two weeks.
CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State:New Orleans' defense is so beset with issues that the Saints can target one of several positions and fill an area of need.
MOCK 1.0:ILB Reuben Foster, Alabama
QB Deshaun Watson, Clemson:He did nothing to hurt himself in his Combine workout, although it wasn't going to spotlight the areas at which he still has work to do, either.
WR John Ross, Washington:Arizona has succeeded with calculated risks on talent with issues, and Ross fits in, with blazing straight-line speed and a lengthy litany of injury issues.
MOCK 1.0:CB Tre'Davious White, LSU
CB Quincy Wilson, Florida:This is where the draft could start getting interesting in the secondary, with more talent than the first round can likely allow.
MOCK 1.0:CB Marlon Humphrey, Alabama
OLB Takkarist McKinley, UCLA:Tennessee DE Derek Barnett is another possibility here, but in a draft with good edge rushers, the Colts must capitalize and find one early.
TE O.J. Howard, Alabama:The film is good, the workout was terrific and his Senior Bowl only helped his stock. Howard is the complete package at his position.
DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee:Arguably the best defensive player on the board at this point.
MOCK 1.0:S Jabrill Peppers, Michigan
CB Teez Tabor, Florida:The Titans have major secondary issues, and this draft offers a great chance for immediate help with their two first-round picks.
OT Garett Bolles, Utah:The Bucs need some more nastiness up front -- and need to protect Jameis Winston, although they could think long and hard about adding an electric weapon to help the third-year quarterback.
RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford:If the Broncos focus on their offensive line in free agency, they will have the freedom to target McCaffrey, who could open up horizons for Emmanuel Sanders, C.J. Anderson and Demaryius Thomas by the attention he will draw from defenders.
OT Cam Robinson, Alabama:Pass rusher is a distinct possibility for the Lions here, but their O-line looks set to take a hit in free agency. Western Kentucky's versatile Forrest Lamp could also slide into this spot.
MOCK 1.0:DE Taco Charlton, Michigan
LB Haason Reddick, Temple:An additional dash of explosiveness and versatility could help a Dolphins defense that gave up plenty of yards but came up with some crucial stops last year.
RT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin:As with the Lions at No. 21, the Giants could have Lamp on their board, but Ramczyk is the kind of tough offensive lineman that has thrived in New York.
LB Reuben Foster:After his incident with a hospital worker led to his Combine dismissal, character questions could knock Foster down to this point..
QB Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech:It would be a stunner, but Mahomes might fit the Texans better than Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer, who is still on the board.
S Jabrill Peppers, Michigan:Offensive line seems an obvious target, as well, but if Peppers is still on the board, how can Seattle pass him up with Earl Thomas showing signs of age?
ILB Jarrad Davis, Florida:Davis or Vanderbilt's Zach Cunningham would allow the Chiefs to be ready if Derrick Johnson can't come all the way back
DE Charles Harris, Missouri:The disruptive Harris (18.5 tackles for losses last season) is what the Cowboys need for a front seven that needs more explosive plays.
LB T.J. Watt, Wisconsin:Green Bay could be overhauling its pass rush this year, and Watt would help that process along.
Edge rusher Taco Charlton, Michigan:Pass rush has to be the priority for the Steelers, who need more youth off the edge.
MOCK 1.0:OLB Tim Williams, Alabama
CB Tre'Davious White, LSU:Defensive line could be in play here, but the Falcons' most pressing defensive need dovetails with a strong cornerback class.
MOCK 1.0:DT Malik McDowell, Michigan State
TE David Njoku, Miami (Fla.):With Rob Gronkowski injury-prone and Martellus Bennett set to test the market, the Patriots would do well to refresh their complement at the position.