Baltimore Ravens: Alex Collins, RB (40) — He presents value in a similar way that Drake does. Just like Drake, Collins has competition. He’ll have to beat out Kenneth Dixon for touches. But just like Drake, Collins surged at the end of the season. Collins had more than 10 points in seven of the final nine games of the season. He had two games above 20 points.
Cincinatti Bengals: A.J. Green, WR (20) — You can pretty much put 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns in the bank. He may not be a hot name anymore, but he’s one of the best receivers in the league, and he’ll get a lot of looks. The emergence of John Ross — if it ever happens — would probably benefit Green.
Cleveland Browns: David Njoku, TE (123) — He’s going at TE13, and has the physical abilities to finish in the top five. It might be wise to double up on tight ends if you select him, because he’s risky. But he could quickly become one of Baker Mayfield’s favorite targets.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger, QB (104) — Antonio Brown would be my pick here, but there’s no guaranteeing you can pick him with his ADP at No. 7. Running backs are owning the top five which, has somehow turned Brown (1,533 yards, nine touchdowns in 2017) into a value. But alas, we’ll defer to Big Ben, who is oft-injured but oft-productive. He’s going preposterously late, which makes for surprisingly good value.