1. Carolina Panthers: Andrew Luck QB Stanford. Who’s dumb enough to deal for Jimmy Clausen? San Fran? Arizona? Seattle?
2. Buffalo Bills: Patrick Peterson CB LSU. And they hope that he doesn’t hang out with McKelvin..
3. San Francisco 49ers: AJ Green WR Georgia. Crabtree makes some amazing catches, but they’re not getting enough from their other WRs.
4. Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas. Natural fit: Mallett is a cannon in human form and they have some real weapons to work with.
5. Minnesota Vikings: Anthony Costanzo OT BC. Loadhold and McKinnie are basically useless right now.
6. Houston Texans: Prince Amukamura CB Nebraska. I like Kareem Jackson, but he’s burnt toast.
7. Dallas Cowboys: Marcel Dareus DL Alabama. If Garrett salvages their season, I wonder if he sabotaged Wade.
8. Detroit Lions: Joseph Barksdale OT LSU. Stafford might be brittle, but it doesn’t help that he’s running for his life.
9. Cleveland Browns: Julio Jones WR Alabama. Their offense is motion run, but they could use a reliable target.
10. Arizona Cardinals: Mark Ingram RB Alabama. Wells and Hightower don’t appear to be the answer.
11. New England Patriots(from Oakland): Robert Quinn OLB/DE UNC. They probably will deal down from here 5 or 6 times, but Quinn makes a lot of sense for them here.
12. Denver Broncos: Donta Hightower LB Alabama. They can move him all around the 3-4 lbs spots.
13. Jacksonville Jaguars: Janoris Jenkins Cb Florida. Undersized, but plays big.
14. St Louis Rams: Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma. They probably should go CB or WR here, but they can’t pass on an athlete like Lewis.
15. Washington Redskins: Nick Fairley DL Auburn. Probably a natural 4-3 DT, but at 6-5 300+, he can play 3-4 DE easily.
16. Seattle Seahawks: Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh. Mike Williams looks like he can be an effective B level WR.
17. San Diego Chargers: Adrian Claybourne DE Iowa. Castillo is still a good player, but the defense needs more from the other DE spot.
18. Miami Dolphins: Nick Foles QB Arizona. Henne and Pennington don’t look like the answer.
19. Tennessee Titans: Mike Pouncey OG Florida. They’re looking to upgrade their interior line.
20. New York Giants: Brandon Harris CB Miami. Webster is regressing, Ross is a bust, Thomas is a 50/50 type player.
21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Allen Bailey DL Miami. He can move up and down the line.
22. Chicago Bears: Derek Sherrod OT Miss State. The Bears’ Oline is about as pretty as a Superfund clean up site.
23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Cameron Heyward DL Ohio State. Very inconsistent 5 tech DLman, but the Steelers coaches can probably make something out of him.
24. Indianapolis Colts: Marvin Austin DT UNC. Risk, but big upside.
25. New Orleans Saints: Torrance Tolliver WR Colston is solid Flanker, Moore/Meachem are far too inconsistent.
26. Kansas City Chiefs: Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame. Hit/miss type player, but has the physical tools to play in the NFL.
27. Baltimore Ravens: Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin. Mauler who can slide it at RT immediately.
28. Philadelphia Eagles: Aaron Williams Cb Texas. Samuel is starting to slow down.
29. Green Bay Packers: Greg Jones LB Michigan State. They’ll find a spot for him.
30. New York Jets: DeAndre McDaniel S Clemson Community College. Leonard is a liability, McDaniel is more natural in the box.
31. Atlanta Falcons: De’Quan Bowers DE Clemson Community College. Physical freak who decided to show up-from time to time-in his walk year. Anyone who thinks that he’s a top 5 talent(and I’m looking at you Mel) should go watch the tape of Hutch “I’m maybe the 12th best OT in the SEC” Eckerson dominating him.
32. New England Patriots: Lawrence Guy DL Arizona State. Natural at 3-4 DE/5 tech. The New England defense really hasn’t been the same since dealing away Seymour.


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