If Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott falls past the Cowboys at No. 4, several teams selecting in the mid first round will be on the phone with the Browns, looking to trade up to No. 8 for the talented Buckeyes runner.
The defending AFC South champs have invested significantly in the offense, luring Osweiler and running back Lamar Miller to Houston. Pairing a speedy playmaker like Baylor's Corey Coleman with established star receiver DeAndre Hopkins could be the final step towards turning the Texans into legitimate conference contenders.
The Raiders have their quarterback and wide receiver of the future with Derek Carr and Amari Cooper, but what about at running back? Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott would give Oakland their own version of the triplets.
The Cowboys face an interesting dilemma at No. 4 overall: go with the immediate impact defender in an attempt at one last Super Bowl run or build for the future with a young quarterback to groom behind Tony Romo. The choice Jerry Jones makes at No. 4 could shape the entire first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
No one questions that Noah Spence has first-round talent, but given his questionable track record off the field, he could slide on draft day. A strong coach like Bruce Arians might possess the leadership skills necessary to help the gifted player reach his full potential.
Tennessee general manager Jon Robinson and head coach Mike Mularkey only added fuel to the speculation that Mississippi left tackle Laremy Tunsil will be the first pick of the 2016 draft by highlighting the need to protect Marcus Mariota and acknowledging that current blindside blocker Tayor Lewan has the athleticism and versatility to switch to the right side.