Two days after the 2016 NFL draft ended and you are already looking ahead to next year? So too are scouts, who see a class full of running backs, edge rushers and versatile linebackers.
Laremy Tunsil is the first of four offensive tackles selected among the top 15, pushing splashy skill position prospects like Elliott, Laquon Treadwell and Paxton Lynch down the board.
New Orleans appears to be in dire need of upgrades at multiple positions. If the opportunity to move back in the draft presents itself, don't be surprised to see the Saints bow out of the first round. If they stay at No. 12, an offensive tackle or pass rusher are very high on GM Mickey Loomis' wish list.
The Browns bypass a top-two quarterback to move down and acquire more assets, both in this draft and for the future, a move that signals yet another rebuild for the franchise.
Quarterbacks Carson Wentz and Jared Goff are off the board with the first two picks of this updated mock draft. Top-rated prospect Laremy Tunsil, however, has a longer wait.
Kenny Vaccaro is the Rock and Thomas Morstead is 'The Leg.'
Fairley instantly becomes one of the better pressure players on the Saints defense.
With head coach Sean Payton agreeing to a new deal, the focus will likely turn to All-Pro quarterback Drew Brees next. But NFLDraftScout.com founder Frank Cooney points out that defense will likely be the priority once the draft arrives.
With free agency only days away from opening, it's time to take a look at what the agents for 15 top players should target in contract negotiations.
Ohio State LB Darron Lee moves into the top 10 after displaying the one thing the Giants need most on defense: Speed. Joey Bosa also jumps up a spot to the Cowboys at 4.

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