The Miami Dolphins hold two first-round picks next year, and that is an incredible thing considering they are already a playoff contender. With the No. 22 pick, they need to address the linebacker position, and they do so by adding a player from the No. 2 team in the country who can play all over the field.
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is not only an elite tackler but is solid in coverage, sometimes covering wideout down the field. He would be an excellent addition in Miami, learning from a defensive genius in head coach Brian Flores, and blossoming into an All-Pro.
The Indianapolis Colts still holds one of the Wild Card spots in the AFC, but they are going to have to be better than they were last week if they want to stay there. Derrick Henry ran all over this Colts defense, and on offense, Philip Rivers was under a lot of pressure all game long.
Indy needs help at offensive tackle, and they can get an instant starter here at No. 23 overall with Samuel Cosmi from the University of Texas. This is the best offensive tackle in the Big 12, and in Indy, he would fill one of the few voids they have upfront along their offensive line.
The Cleveland Browns continue to win ballgames, as their two-headed monster at running back in Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt are so hard to gameplan against. Baker Mayfield will need to be better if they want to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender, but head coach Kevin Stefanski certainly looks like the perfect hire in Year 1.
On defense, there are some big-time playmakers like Denzel Ward and Myles Garrett, but they still need help at linebacker. Dylan Moses has long been considered a can’t-miss NFL prospect, and if he can get back to 100 percent healthy, he would at so much to this Browns defense.