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The Bears got one of the best linebackers in the draft with Georgia’s Roquan Smith. They also added wideout Anthony Miller to complement Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel, rounding out a nice set of receiving weapons for Mitchell Trubisky.
The Bengals shored up the offensive line, a huge need, with the addition of Billy Price and the trade with the Bills that brought in Cordy Glenn. They boosted the defense on Day 2 with the additions of Sam Hubbard, Jessie Bates III, and Malik Jefferson.
2. Rashaad Penny, RB, Seattle Seahawks: He was a surprising pick for the Seahawks, but he’s the kind of big, powerful running back that Seattle likes. In 2017, Russell Phil Dawson Authentic Jersey Wilson led the team in rushing yards while five running backs each had between 45 and 70 carries. None of them cracked 250 yards. Penny is built to be a workhorse for the Seahawks and could get the amount of touches that Marshawn Lynch used to get in Seattle.
3. Baker Mayfield, QB, Cleveland Browns: The caveat for Mayfield and every other quarterback in the rookie class is that it’ll be difficult to see the field much in 2018. Mayfield will be behind Tyrod Taylor at first, but if he takes over, he could be pretty well set up for success.
4. Ronald Jones, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: He’s the only player outside the first round on this list, but Jones stands to see a lot of carries in 2018. Doug Martin led the Buccaneers in that category last season, but averaged just 2.9 yards per carry and was cut after the season ended.