The underclassmen declaration deadline passed earlier this week, solidifying the 2016 NFL draft class. The next step will be to set the final picks in this year's draft order.
Since the New England Patriots lost their first-round pick as a result of the Deflategate scandal, if they win this weekend, the first-round draft order will be set on Sunday night.
Here's a look at where we stand with the most recent mock draft heading into Senior Bowl week, which begins with practices on Tuesday.
|NFL Mock Draft|
|1||Tennessee Titans||Joey Bosa||DL||Ohio State|
|2||Cleveland Browns||Jared Goff||QB||California|
|3||San Diego Chargers||Laremy Tunsil||OT||Ole Miss|
|4||Dallas Cowboys||DeForest Buckner||DL||Oregon|
|5||Jacksonville Jaguars||Jalen Ramsey||DB||Florida State|
|6||Baltimore Ravens||Vernon Hargreaves III||CB||Florida|
|7||San Francisco 49ers||Laquon Treadwell||WR||Ole Miss|
|8||Miami Dolphins||Myles Jack||LB||UCLA|
|9||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Mackensie Alexander||CB||Clemson|
|10||New York Giants||Ezekiel Elliott||RB||Ohio State|
|11||Chicago Bears||Reggie Ragland||LB||Alabama|
|12||New Orleans Saints||A'Shawn Robinson||DT||ALabama|
|13||Philadelphia Eagles||Ronnie Stanley||OT||Notre Dame|
|14||Oakland Raiders||Shaq Lawson||DE||Clemson|
|15||Los Angeles Rams||Carson Wentz||QB||North Dakota State|
|16||Detroit Lions||Corey Coleman||WR||Baylor|
|17||Atlanta Falcons||Andrew Billings||DT||Baylor|
|18||Indianapolis Colts||Taylor Decker||OT||Ohio State|
|19||Buffalo Bills||Kevin Dodd||DE||Clemson|
|20||New York Jets||Leonard Floyd||LB||Georgia|
|21||Washington Redskins||Jarran Reed||DL||Alabama|
|22||Houston Texans||Paxton Lynch||QB||Memphis|
|23||Minnesota Vikings||Darron Lee||LB||Ohio State|
|24||Cincinnati Bengals||Jaylon Smith||LB||Notre Dame|
|25||Pittsburgh Steelers||Eli Apple||CB||Ohio State|
|26||Seattle Seahawks||Jack Conklin||OT||Michigan State|
|27||Green Bay Packers||Joshua Perry||LB||Ohio State|
|28||Kansas City Chiefs||Noah Spence||LB||Eastern Kentucky|
|29||Denver Broncos||Robert Nkemdiche||DL||Ole Miss|
|30||Arizona Cardinals||Kyler Fackrell||LB||Utah State|
|31||Carolina Panthers||Jonathan Bullard||DL||Florida|
4. Dallas Cowboys: DeForest Buckner
The Cowboys have a tough choice to make this year. Do they select an instant-impact prospect to help them contend within quarterback Tony Romo's window of opportunity, or do they take advantage of their high pick and think about the future?
Given owner Jerry Jones' competitive nature and the Cowboys' two-decade-long drought since their last Super Bowl trip, it's safe to bet on them making one last serious run behind Romo.
A number of prospects could fit into that win-now mentality, but defensive lineman DeForest Buckner may be the safest choice.
Greg Hardy was a productive pass-rusher for the Cowboys, but he was also a headache off the field. Adding another edge defender like Buckner would make the decision to part with Hardy easier to handle.
7. San Francisco 49ers: Laquon Treadwell
Obviously the 49ers need a quarterback, but there's no guarantee they'll settle on a top-10 grade for any of the options in this year's class.
Assuming they don't go that route, adding a physical receiver like Laquon Treadwell may be the next best option for jump-starting their stagnant offense.
Head coach Chip Kelly isn't calling the shots, but he has shown a preference for big, physical receivers with the ability to block. Treadwell is arguably the top receiver in this year's draft class and clearly fits that description.
If Kelly can sell general manager Trent Baalke on Treadwell as well, there's a good chance he'll be high on the 49ers' draft board.
28. Kansas City Chiefs: Noah Spence
The Chiefs defense was the driving force behind their playoff run this year, but major changes could be coming to the unit in 2016.
Six of the Chiefs' defensive starters are set to hit the free-agent market, most notably safety Eric Berry and linebackers Tamba Hali and Derrick Johnson.
Re-signing all three will be tough, and the Chiefs may not even be interested in pursuing that option since Hali and Johnson are both on the downswing of their careers at age 32 and 33, respectively.
Spence enters the draft with some question marks due to his ban from the Big Ten after testing positive for Ecstasy. Assuming he satisfies teams with his answers during the interview process, he should become an attractive option in the late first round as one of the draft's most dangerous pass-rushers.