The 2018 NFL Draft is finally here! Each group of fans can wax optimism about their team's selection on Thursday night (and all weekend). But first, they need to know who their team will be taking from the college ranks.

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17. Los Angeles Chargers: OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame

Realistically, it won't take this long for the first offensive tackle to be selected in the NFL Draft. If it does, the Chargers will reap a big reward.

18. Seattle Seahawks: OT Connor Williams, Texas

Hey, have you heard the Seahawks have an offensive line problem? If not, you haven't been listening for the last half decade.

Maybe they'll address it in the NFL Draft - they certainly should.

19. Dallas Cowboys: WR Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

Dez Bryant is gone and he's not coming back. Kirk could provide a new element to the offense; it helps that he went to school in the state of Texas.

20. Detroit Lions: DE Harold Landry, Boston College

Ziggy Ansah is under the franchise tag, so he could be a goner soon. Therefore, the Lions should consider stashing a defensive end or two from the NFL Draft.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: OT Kolton Miller, UCLA

When Andrew Whitworth left, so did the soul of the offensive line. Acquiring Cordy Glenn should alleviate some of that problem, but it won't be enough. Maybe Miller will be.

22. Buffalo Bills: G James Daniels, Iowa

After getting their quarterback of the future earlier in the NFL Draft, Buffalo gets their offensive lineman of the future here.

23. New England Patriots: CB Mike Hughes, UCF

This pick is made solely to throw more shade at Malcolm Butler.

24. Carolina Panthers: WR Courtland Sutton, SMU

Cam Newton gets a new toy to play with; maybe this one will last longer than Kelvin Benjamin.

25. Tennessee Titans: DE Lorenzo Carter, Georgia

Tennessee uses the NFL Draft to build one of the most fearsome defenses in the league.

26. Atlanta Falcons: DT Taven Bryan, Florida

With Dontari Poe off to a division rival, Atlanta fills the gap in th emiddle.

27. New Orleans Saints: TE Hayden Hurts, South Carolina

With Coby Fleener flailing, New Orleans seeks the next Jimmy Graham in the NFL Draft.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers: LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech

With Ryan Shazier's future in doubt, Pittsburgh prepares for a life without him on the field.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Tyrell Cosby, Oregon

Jacksonville tries to address one of their classic issues in the NFL Draft...again.

30. Minnesota Vikings: S Derwin James, Florida State

Minnesota has bigger needs, but they just can't resist taking another fun safety who slides way too far in the NFL Draft.

31. New England Patriots: LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama

Another year, another Alabama linebacker moving up north.

32. Philadelphia Eagles: LB Leighton Vander Esch, Boise State

Frankly, fans probably couldn't care less who they take in the NFL Draft this year: they're Super Bowl champs!