There are dozens of instant starters in this draft class, but here are some of this writer's favorites during this draft process and where they best fit.
Linebacker Khalil Mack, Buffalo: The Buffalo Bills need an outside linebacker and might not have to leave their city to find their first-rounder. Mack is a favorite of NFL draft insider Mike Mayock.
Offensive tackle Greg Robinson, Auburn: Assuming Mayock is mistaken with his belief Jadeveon Clowney can slip out of the top five, the Atlanta Falcons figure to turn to tackle. If Matthews goes off the board to the St. Louis Rams, Robinson would be a nice fit for the Falcons. The Falcons would suit him, too, because of that high-powered offense Matt Ryan directs.
Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama: The Chicago Bears need to revamp a defense that fell off the map when they went from Lovie Smith to Marc Trestman. This safety will help against the run and the pass.
Running back Bishop Sankey, Washington: The New York Giants missed on David Wilson (neck) apparently, but the speedy Sankey could be an instant starter for a team that needs one.
Tight end Eric Ebron, North Carolina: The New England Patriots love impact players at this position and are without Aaron Hernandez (released), and Rob Gronkowski is coming off reconstructive knee surgery and cannot stay healthy. Ebron would be most productive with the New England Patriots, who can feature two tight ends even if Gronk comes back quickly.
Cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State: He is the No. 1 cornerback on Mayock's board, and no team needs a corner more than the San Diego Chargers, who have the unenviable task of challenging the most prolific passing offense in NFL history in the AFC West, the Denver Broncos.
Wide receiver Marqise Lee, Southern California: Assuming the St. Louis Rams pick Jake Matthews at No. 2 overall instead of Sammy Watkins, Lee could be the next best go-to receiver on the board for a team that needs one and also picks at No. 13 overall, where Lee should be available.
Eric Mack, one of the giants among fantasy writers, was the Fantasy Football Lead Writer for Bleacher Report this past season. He is now an NFL featured writer here. Follow him on Twitter, where you can ask him endless questions about your team, rip him for his content and even challenge him to a head-to-head fantasy game.