28. Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
The Baltimore Ravens are not necessarily hurting at linebacker, but they are not young in age at the position either. The Ravens are solid all around, and Patrick Queen showed his potential in the national championship game, so why not add to an already elite defense with a playmaker in the second level.
29. Tennessee Titans: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
Coming off a surprising season, the Tennessee Titans add a physically imposing corner in Trevon Diggs to help out their secondary. Diggs is long, physical, and a potential steal at pick 29, and given the fact that he is the brother of Minnesota Vikings star wideout Stefon Diggs, he comes to the league with an NFL bloodline.
30. Green Bay Packers: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
The Green Bay Packers are likely to take a wide receiver at this pick considering the lack of weapons Aaron Rodgers has at his disposal right now. Luckily for the Packers, this is an extremely deep wide receiver class, and even late in the first round, they will be able to get a talent like Jalen Reagor from TCU.
31. Kansas City Chiefs: Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
The Kansas CIty Chiefs could add a couple pieces on defense, but they mostly need a pass rusher to go along with Frank Clark. Curtis Weaver is quick and explosive and could help take the Chiefs’ defense to the next level, especially with how well they improved as a whole in 2019.
32. San Francisco 49ers: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
With the final pick of the first round, the San Francisco 49ers add help to their secondary. Richard Sherman won’t be around forever, and Bryce Hall from Virginia could learn a lot under him over the next few seasons, before taking over as the team’s new CB1.