21. Cincinnati Bengals (via Buffalo Bills): James Daniels, C, Iowa
22. Buffalo Bills (via Kansas City Chiefs): Isaiah Wynn, OL, Georgia
After adding the quarterback of the future with their first pick, Buffalo needs to do what they can to make sure he remains healthy. Trading Cordy Glenn was a risky move for the Bills and they need to begin rebuilding their offensive line immediately.
23. New England Patriots (via Los Angeles Rams): Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
If the Patriots know how to do one thing, it is add value. The fact that Evans is still available would be a godsend to New England, who would rush to the podium with this pick.
24. Carolina Panthers: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
Carolina needs wide receiver help and Sutton is the kind of big-bodied pass catcher that Cam Newton is used to playing with. When you have a quarterback with as strong of an arm as Newton, you need to give him big targets to maximize his talent.
25. Tennessee Titans: Leighton Vander Esch, OLB, Boise State
Vander Esch has been compared to Karlos Dansby and is a guy who could plug the hole caused by Avery Williamson’s departure to the New York Jets in free agency. Vander Esch is a long and athletic player who has plenty of upside and room to grow under Mike Vrabel.
26. Atlanta Falcons: Will Hernandez, G, UTEP
Hernandez is a four-year starter who plays with a nasty edge. He will need to adjust to the level of competition in the NFL, but his aggressiveness and ability to get to the next level will make him a key part of the Falcons offense.
27. New Orleans Saints: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
The Saints spent a lot of time with tight ends during their time at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Whether it be Mike Gesicki or Hayden Hurst, the Saints seem ready to add a big target and matchup nightmare to their arsenal.
28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
It seems like every year the Steelers are in the market for a defensive back, and this year and just so happens that one of the top players at his position who is used to wearing black and gold is availble.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
The Jaguars need to add a wide receiver who excels after the catch, and there may be no one better at that in the 2018 class than Kirk, who is an outstanding playmaker that immediately gives Blake Bortles a weapon he has been searching for.
30. Minnesota Vikings: Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
The Vikings are a greatly improved team, but if there is one hole on the offense, it is at offensive tackle. There aren’t many players available in this year’s class that are standouts at the position but in Miller the Vikings get one of the lone tackles with a first-round grade.
31. New England Patriots: Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
Tom Brady isn’t getting any younger, and the Patriots need to start planning for the future after saying goodbye to Jimmy Garroppolo last season. While there are reports they could be looking to add Teddy Bridgewater, Rudolph is a developmental quarterback who many believe could be a future star.
32. Philadelphia Eagles: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
The Super Bowl champions hosted Oliver on a predraft visit. Oliver is a long corner at 6-foot-1 and could immediately give the Eagles an overload of talent in the defensive backfield.