One of the more active teams in the offseason thus far, the Detroit Lions are ramping up to compete in a tough NFC North. General manager Bob Quinn made one of the biggest splashes, agreeing to terms with edge rusher Trey Flowers the first day of the legal tampering period. He’s since added the likes of cornerback Justin Coleman, wide receiver Danny Amendola, and tight end Jesse James. Just because spots were addressed in free agency, it doesn’t mean they’ll be ignored early in the 2019 NFL Draft. The needs at cornerback, tight end and across both offensive and defensive line are still there. That gives Quinn an opportunity to look at “best player available” early and often.