Top 15 selections for Todd Gurley and Melvin Gordon III prove that NFL teams remain willing to invest high picks in extraordinary talent at running back. In this way-too-early peek at the 2016 NFL Draft, Alabama's Derrick Henry and Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott continue the running back revolution.
Have RG3 and Manziel put the kibosh on drafting a spread QB? Which WR could drop because of drops? Are there any three-down LBs out there? These are among questions every NFL team is asking ahead of the draft.
Despite only three wins in 2014, there are reasons for optimism in Oakland, notably Derek Carr at the quarterback position. But he needs help and James Jones and Andre Holmes aren't quite enough at wide receiver. Alabama's Amari Cooper could be the answer.
If the Buccaneers decide that Jameis Winston's off-field issues are a result of immature decisions that will develop over time, Tampa should draft him No. 1 overall and keep him in the state of Florida.
The Titans at No. 2 would have a chance to draft the quarterback who doesn't go first overall. However, Tennessee might elect to stick with Zach Mettenberger as the 2015 starter and address another need area.