19. Philadelphia Eagles: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
After taking two defensive players with their selections they added in trades with Miami and Indianapolis, the Philadelphia Eagles turn their attention to the offensive side where they go after Chris Olave from Ohio State.
This would be the third time in as many years they take a wideout in Round 1 but they have to be willing to move on from Jalen Reagor who has yet to prove he was worth the pick. They also have three selections to use here so a luxury pick isn’t a bad thing.
As for Olave, he’s a burner who could work well alongside Devonta Smith as the Eagles finally have a very talented starting duo.
20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
With Ben Roethlisberger out, the Pittsburgh Steelers are in need of a change under center. THere’s a chance they go with Mason Rudolph but there are already grumblings about him not being the answer. For that reason, they go after Malik Willis from Liberty.
A transfer from Auburn, Willis went off in 2021 for Liberty, and while there are questions about the talent he faced while with them, it’s hard not to see how a team could fall in love with the prospect of bringing Willis in.
He’s a dual-threat that can pick teams apart with his legs and has a great arm. He struggles with accuracy at times but overall, there’s a lot to like and if an offense builds around him, they can be dangerous.