Anyone other than Myles Garrett would be a mistake. We are very close to having a gaping hole at Leo and Garrett is the absolute prototype - elite HOF talent and production to match.
First of all, Avril is on the wrong side of 30 and his contract will be up after two seasons.
Everyone loves Frank Clark but he's actually behind Bennett at LDE on the depth chart (Avril is the starting Leo). His contract will but up same time as Avril's.
Our best option as a 4th end is Cassius Marsh and he's simply not good enough. Guys who run 4.89 do not fit the mold of Leo, and his poor sack production is evidence of that. Plus he's a UFA after this year.
I love Jamal Adams but come on, in terms of physical ability he's not close to Sean Taylor. Taylor was Kam and Earl in a single package - 6-3, 230, with a 4.51 40-time and a 39" vertical. Adams is 6-0, 214, ran a 4.56 and had a 31.5" vertical.
I see a lot of other "need" based picks but when you're choosing #1 you don't draft a serviceable OT over potentially the best 4-3 DE in the league for the next 10 years.