Re-drafting first round of 2015 NFL draft: 7 changes in top 10

With three years of data on the NFL draft class of 2015, it's time to look back at which picks we would keep and which ones should have been changed, using the benefit of hindsight, PFF grades and our new PFF value system, which adds another layer to our already-unique play-by-play grading.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Actual pick: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

New Pick: Winston

Despite his three-game suspension to start the 2018 season, the first pick of the draft remains the same; Winston has been the most valuable player in the 2015 draft class to this point. He has been a volatile quarterback during his time with the Bucs, last season ranking second in percentage of positively graded throws, but also ranking 35th at avoiding turnover-worthy throws. That formula suggests Winston is capable of carrying a team to wins, but also can throw games away; and he profiles very similarly to Carson Palmer and Cam Newton, two quarterbacks who showed that they can piece together MVP-like seasons, as they both did in 2015.