The order for the 2021 NFL draft isn't quite set, but it's close and relatively defined at the top. Only four teams remain alive for Super Bowl LV, and it's highly unlikely that the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Green Bay Packers are making their way into the top 10.

Of course, while the picture at the top of the draft is clear, that doesn't mean it won't change. Predraft and draft-day trades are common, and we're likely to see several of them during this year's selection process.

Which teams should fans keep an eye on as potential draft-day movers? That's what we're going to examine here. We'll look at five teams in prime position to maneuver up and/or down in the first round based on factors like trade capital, roster construction and draft positioning.

First, though, let's take a look at the current draft order. Teams are listed in alphabetical order.

NFL Draft Order Entering Conference Championship Weekend

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

2. New York Jets

3. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans)

4. Atlanta Falcons

5. Cincinnati Bengals

6. Philadelphia Eagles

7. Detroit Lions

8. Carolina Panthers

9. Denver Broncos

10. Dallas Cowboys

11. New York Giants

12. San Francisco 49ers

13. Los Angeles Chargers

14. Minnesota Vikings

15. New England Patriots

16. Arizona Cardinals

17. Las Vegas Raiders

18. Miami Dolphins

19. Washington Football Team

20. Chicago Bears

21. Indianapolis Colts

22. Tennessee Titans

23. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)

24. Pittsburgh Steelers

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)

26. Cleveland Browns

27. Baltimore Ravens

28. New Orleans Saints

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

30. Buffalo Bills

31. Green Bay Packers

32. Kansas City Chiefs

*from Tankathon

Cincinnati Bengals

To be clear, if an elite offensive line prospect like Oregon's Penei Sewell or Virginia Tech's Christian Darrisaw is sitting there at No. 5, the Cincinnati Bengals should probably stay put and pull the trigger. If, however, Cincinnati wants to move down and accumulate extra draft capital, it is in a great position to do so.

Quarterback and wide receiver are two positions that are likely to be heavily targeted at the top of the draft. The Bengals are set at the first position with 2020 first overall selection Joe Burrow, and wideout is far from the team's biggest need.

While A.J. Green may depart in free agency this offseason, Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins give Burrow two premium targets on the perimeter. The quarterback is rehabbing from a torn ACL and MCL but is expected to be ready for the 2021 regular season.

"That's been the goal for me from the beginning," Burrow told reporters. "They say it's a nine- to 12-month recovery, and the first game is exactly nine months from my injury."

Cincinnati can easily justify trading back with a player like Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields or Alabama receiver DeVonta Smith sitting on the board if it means acquiring an extra Day 2 asset. That could be the prudent move if the Bengals aren't in love with a specific prospect at No. 5, as it's going to take several players to fix a roster that ranked 29th in total offense and 26th in total defense this season.