I leave the draft grades to Mel Kiper Jr. every year, but once again I've gone through and identified the best value pick for each of the 32 teams in the 2018 NFL draft.
Remember: "Best pick" does not necessarily mean "best player." I'm taking into account team needs, the value a player presented in comparison to my board and any trades related to the pick.
I'll have a file on my favorite draft classes out on Tuesday.
Note: Teams are listed in alphabetical order. To quickly get to your team, click on the links below.
Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA (pick No. 10)
Arizona's top need coming into the draft was at quarterback, as free-agent signing Sam Bradford simply hasn't been able to stay on the field in his career. The Cardinals did have to give up a third- and fifth-round pick to move up from 15 to 10 to get him, but earlier in the process it seemed as if they would've needed to get to No. 2 overall to land Rosen. He doesn't have the biggest arm, but Arizona will surround him with weapons (drafted WR Christian Kirk, RB Chase Edmonds) and he has the ability to process information quickly and dissect defenses at the highest level. And he comes into the league with a major chip on his shoulder.
Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama (No. 26)