The offensive identity of the Giants centers around the passing game, but new head coach Ben McAdoo hopes to achieve better balance and consistency in the run game, making Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott a natural fit for New York in the top-10.
The potential marriage of Chip Kelly and Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco could resurrect the careers for both sides. But if San Francisco moves on from the talented, but streaky quarterback, Memphis' Paxton Lynch would be a logical option in the top-10.
The Cowboys have question marks on defense and will entertain the possibility of drafting a quarterback with their top-five pick. But adding an impact player on offense like Treadwell will pay immediate dividends.
Defensive tackle may the be the deepest position in the draft, but QBs -- and protecting them -- always take precedent in the NFL, which is why Tennessee (No. 1) and Baltimore (No. 3) could go with offensive tackles.