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1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck QB Stanford. Duh.
2. Washington Redskins(projected trade w/ St Louis Rams: St Louis gets pick #6, the skins 2nd, 2013 2nd and 3rd round pick, Jammal Brown and Leonard Hankerson, Redskins take Jason Smith off the Rams’ hands as part of the deal): Robert Griffin 3 QB Baylor. I still think that the price will be too high for Shanny to make the move, but they’re probably the leader in the clubhouse currently.  The Rams also get to dump a contract onto the Skins(who have plenty of cap room) as part of it while they get a young WR and a functional OT when healthy. If Smith sucks, the skins can dump him for no cap penalty.
3. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Kahil OT Southern Cal. CB waits until the 2nd.
4. Cleveland Browns: Morris Claiborne CB LSU. Who to the what now? Blackmon could go here also, Holmgren loves him some DBs though. I’m betting they spend on Flynn and a FA WR if they can’t get RG3.
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Melvin Ingram DL South Carolina. Shooting up the board after the combine, they could use a pass rush DE badly.
6. St Louis Rams(from Washington)
: David DeCastro OG Stanford. Martin could be a possibility here, but some teams think his lack of good athleticism could hurt him. DeCastro is as solid a pick as there is in this draft.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Justin Blackmon WR Okla State. And Gabbert cries out of happiness.….
8. Miami Dolphins: Quentin Coples DE UNC. Wake might be dealt to a 34 team.
9. Carolina Panthers: Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama. Him or Kirkpatrick here, I’m betting Jenkins gets the nod right now.
10. Buffalo Bills: Cordy Glenn OL UGA. They like his flexibility over Martin.
11. Kansas City Chiefs: Trent Richardson RB Alabama. Worst kept. Draft secret..evah.
12. Seattle Seahawks:  Dre KirkPatrick CB Alabama. BPA, BPA, BPA
13. Arizona Cardinals:  Jon Martin OT Stanford. They nearly shit themselves when they see him still available.
14. Dallas Cowboys: Luke Kuechly LB BC. With Spencer, Brooking and James leaving, they need to reinforce Lee/Ware.
15. Philadelphia Eagles: Stephen Hill WR Ga Tech. He could go eve higher if he has a good pro day.
16. New York Jets: Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina. Natural fit.
17. Cincinnati Bengals(from Oakland): Michael Brockers DT LSU. Brockers might be a day 2 pick when its all said and done.
18. San Diego Chargers: Dontari Poe DT Memphis. Shooting up the boards, but his lack of effort will cool his stock off.
19. Chicago Bears: Colby Fleener TE Stanford. Smart, great route runner. Teams see Jimmy Graham in him.
20. Tennessee Titans: Fletcher Cox DT Miss State. Hard worker and tough. Munchak’s type of guy.
21. Cincinnati Bengals: Doug Martin RB Boise State. Benson is done, Hue Jackson will bring in Mike Bush as his power back with Martin as the slasher.
22. Cleveland Browns(from Atlanta): Michael Floyd WR ND. Still nibbling on the edges, but he gives them a legit deep threat.
23. Detroit Lions: Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina. Rising up the boards after a good combine, he’s a zone CB who’ll ballhawk.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Adams OT OSU. Another team that can’t believe their luck.
25. Denver Broncos: Kevin Zeitler OL Wisconsin. RB or OLB is also a possibility.
26. Houston Texans: Devon Still DL PSU. A BPA pick, WR could be a possibility here also.
27. New England Patriots(from NOLA): Nate Potter OT Boise State. They have Vollmer and Solder, but BB likes depth at OT. Especially with Vollmer having so many injury issues.
28. Green Bay Packers: Whitney Mercilus DL Illinois. Bishop moves inside more, Hawk moves to somewhere else.
29. Baltimore Ravens: Riley Reiff OL Iowa. Dropping like a stone, teams are starting to consider him as an OG.
30. San Fran 49ers: Joe Adams WR Arkansas. Fast, smart, tough. Harbargh’s kind of guy.
31. New England Patriots: Andre Branch DL Clemson. Too weak for 4-3 DE, too stiff for 3-4 OLB, the Pats keep him for as long as they’re running this hybrid defense.
32. New York Giants: Bobby Wagner Lb Utah State. Hard worker that can play almost anywhere. They need help at every LB spot.

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