The best fits for Alabama Football's draft prospects

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JC Latham - Cowboys

The Cowboys desperately need to land a tackle after losing former All-Pro Tyron Smith to the Jets in Free Agency. While a majority of the top tackles have played their careers at left tackle JC Latham has spent his career on the right side eliminating the learning curve of learning a new position.

Blocking for a pocket passer in Dak Prescott is a better task than blocking for a scrambling quarterback eliminating extra sacks from Latham's record. The explosive offense of the Cowboys will be a great landing spot for one of the draft's best tackles. Latham will have a chance from year one to experience playoff football on the league's most popular team.

Dallas Turner - Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons will look to compete for the NFC South after signing Kirk Cousins to a massive contract. The Falcons have the weapons on offense meaning the team will need to add on defense where they struggled rushing the passer.

Turner would give the team a true edge rusher in the front seven alongside dominant defensive tackle Grady Jarrett. The Falcons need a rusher like Dallas Turner after their leading rushers recorded just 6.5 sacks. The defense will likely be called by Raheem Morris who's coming off of an impressive stint as the Rams' defensive coordinator which will be beneficial for Turner.

Chris Braswell - Washington Commanders

The Washington Commanders are looking to turn their team around fast hiring defensive guru Dan Quinn as their head coach. After parting ways with Chase Young and Montez Sweat, the Commanders have a need for pass rushers which they should address in the second round.

The athleticism of Chris Braswell makes for a perfect fit in Dan Quinn's complicated defense. Quinn has deployed pass rushers in unique ways in order to land them the best matchup against the offense. Braswell would join Alabama Football alums Daron Payne and Jonathan Allen on what could be a solid front four.