1. Baltimore Ravens


Score: 398 points (4 players)
The skinny: The Ravens spent their first four draft selections on the defensive side of the ball, dipping into the same college defense for two of them (Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey and Tim Williams). Brandt ranked all four among the draft’s top 68 prospects, though he had Humphrey well below his draft slot (No. 16).
The players (points):
No. 43: Marlon Humphrey (108)
No. 47: Tim Williams (104)
No. 48: Chris Wormley (103)
No. 68: Tyus Bowser (83)



2. Cleveland Browns


Score: 361 points (5 players)
The skinny: The Browns picked up 280 points in the first round alone with Myles Garrett and Jabrill Peppers, adding the draft’s most dynamic pass rusher and perhaps its most versatile defender on the opening night of the draft. Character concerns resulted in Brantley sliding to the sixth round, where the Browns took a chance on the former Florida defensive tackle.
The players (points):
No. 1: Myles Garrett (150)
No. 21: Jabrill Peppers (130)
No. 101: Caleb Brantley (50)
No. 132: Howard Wilson (19)
No. 139: Larry Ogunjobi (12)


3. Miami Dolphins


Score: 335 points (4 players)
The skinny: Charles Harris is an exciting addition to the Dolphins’ defense, with a quick first step and a knack for penetration that made him one of the top defenders in the SEC. Brandt ranked him No. 17 overall. Miami grabbed Raekwon McMillan and Cordrea Tankersley with its next two selections, and waited until Round 5 to turn its attention to the offense.
The players (points):
No. 17: Charles Harris (134)
No. 58: Davon Godchaux (93)
No. 73: Raekwon McMillan (78)
No. 121: Cordrea Tankersley (30)

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