Carolina has chosen Young, a skilled player, as the new face of their franchise, ushering in a new era.
The Texans chose Stroud, a top-flight quarterback and made a logical pick, keeping their draft capital intact, and if he continues to perform as he did against Georgia, it could be a slam dunk.
The Colts select Richardson, an underrated prospect, who could potentially start as a rookie and add more dynamism to their offense, making it a great move for the team.
The addition of Witherspoon to the Seahawks' already-loaded cornerbacks room, alongside Tariq Woolen, will make them a tough team to beat through the air.
Cardinals get Johnson in a trade-up, a potential elite offensive tackle, as one of the top players in the draft with minimal compensation, filling an immediate starter role at right tackle.
Wilson's massive upside makes him an essential pick for the Raiders who quietly needed pass rush help after Chandler Jones' lackluster performance, putting too much pressure on Maxx Crosby.
Robinson's elite talent will make the Falcons' roster better, but with more pressing needs, this pick raises the question of the necessity of running backs in the draft.
Carter's physical and technical dominance makes him the best player in the class, giving a championship-caliber defense a championship-caliber player when he's healthy.
With Wright being the third-ranked player on their big board, the Bears made a solid selection that will improve their offensive line.
Despite being the fifth-ranked player on the board, Skoronski is an excellent pick for the Titans, who have a huge need for offensive linemen, as he can play all five positions at a high level.