Often, taking the best player available means a team will not be addressing a specific need.
This approach prevents teams from reaching for a prospect, especially in the first round.
It also prevents the organization and the fan base from suffering any disappointment if the reach didn't perform up to expectations.
Usually, teams add depth to their sweet spots in later rounds. However, there are times when a player's talent can't be ignored in the early rounds—even if the prospect plays a position the team is already stacked in.
There is no harm in adding riches to an already wealthy part of a team.
Here are five teams that may do exactly that in the upcoming draft.
Teams are listed by their draft order.