That means both of our draft experts go 1-64, starting with the Cardinals at No. 1 and ending with the Patriots at No. 64. They aren't making these picks for Round 1 and 2 based on their preferences; they're peering into the future and predicting what they think will happen during the draft.
As a reminder, they're not making any trades, though trades will undoubtedly change the draft when it kicks off April 25. Check out Mel and Todd going through their picks on their SportsCenter Special on Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
Kiper: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
Arizona is putting up smokescreens, but I'm not changing here. Murray is a perfect fit for what coach Kliff Kingsbury wants to do.
McShay: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
It has been a month since the combine, and I still can't find anyone close to the situation saying Arizona prefers keeping Josh Rosen over taking Murray here. Remember, though: This is lying season. Murray's explosive athleticism would spark this docile offense.
Kiper: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
The best pass-rusher in this class is a near lock to go in the first two picks. Could a team trade up to No. 2 to try to get him?
McShay: Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
If Bosa is still in fact available, expect the Niners to either jump on the elite edge rusher or trade down, a possible scenario now that Dee Ford is in town.
Kiper: Josh Allen, OLB, Kentucky
Even after splashing cash in free agency, the Jets have a hole at edge rusher. Allen would help immediately.
McShay: Josh Allen, OLB, Kentucky
Watch for the Jets to trade back with a team in search of a quarterback. That's what I'd do here, if possible. If they don't, it's a tougher call, but Allen fits this defense.
Kiper: Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
Williams is the type of defensive playmaker Jon Gruden loves, and you have to think the Raiders coach would be thrilled if he made it to No. 4.