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Compensation picks: Pit- Ego Ferguson, DT LSU GB- Deandre Coleman, DT California BAL- John Urschel, C/G Penn St. SF- Preston Brown, ILB Louisville

1 - HOU: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
Attaochu is a great scheme fit for the Texans and is a great pass rusher. Although from Nigeria where I doubt many kids grow up wanting to play football, Attaochu has the potential to be a long-term starter for Houston.
2 - WAS: Ed Reynolds, S , Stanford
Washington could use some saftey depth, but this is a draft with not a lot of saftey talent. Reynolds is the last guy that could make a possible impact as a rookie, but he still isn't really starter caliber.
3 - OAK: Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada
Bitonio is a little undersized to play tackle in the NFL, so I'd see him shift to the guard spot. The Raiders could use an upgrade at guard and they like their current tackles a lot. Bitonio could take a little while to get used to the guard position, but he's a talented lineman that should be fine.
4 - ATL: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
Niklas has the talent and potential to become a #1 TE in the NFL. He can catch passes and block very well, which makes him a great fit to replace Tony Gonzalez.
5 - TB: Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
Boyd is a talented QB that can develop into a starting QB. Tampa Bay could use some QB options as I'm not a big fan of McCown or Glennon. Boyd could end up being a solid option for the starting gig or at least a solid back up.
6 - JAX: Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee
Jacksonville did a great job of bringing in some pretty good D-lineman, but by adding McCullers, that D-line could be even better. He is a massive DT that can plug holes well. However, work must be done to improve his talents and if that happens, he could end up being a solid selection in the long run.
7 - CLE: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
Cleveland needs a linebacker to line up with Dansby in their front seven. Borland is a talented linebacker that could make an impact as a starter.
8 - MIN: Trevor Reilly, DE , Utah
Reilly is a versatle defender that can slide down to end or sit at outside linebacker. The Vikings could use a man of his talents to add depth along their front seven. Although he is 26, he could be a valuable asset.
9 - BUF: Shayne Skov, LB , Stanford
The Bills lack depth at the linbacker position and could use a guy like Skov to add some. I think he has some good potential and value as he is a guy I'm rooting for. If a guy were to go down, Skov would be a good fill in.
10 - NYG: Kareem Martin, DE , North Carolina
The Giants made some good additions to their offense over the offseason, so I have them going defense the first three rounds. They lost some big pieces on their defensive line and they need to try an find contributers early in this draft. Martin has starter potential and could become a steal in this draft.
11 - STL: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
St. Louis will address their major needs with their first three picks, but they still need to add depth at the CB position. Joyner is a solid depth player that will probably play best in the nickel due to his short height. Still, he brings some great depth.
12 - DET: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Matthews is a guy that I find underrated and would be a steal in the third round. He as good height and was one of my favorite players to watch in college football. He projects to be a #2 or #3 option, but that fits right in with Detroit who needs another receiver and already has Megatron and Tate in front of him.
13 - SF: Keith McGill, DB , Utah
McGill is a big corner that moves well for his size. However, he will be a slight work in process, but he could still contribute when needed.
14 - DAL: Ed Stinson, DL , Alabama
Dallas won't be finding Ware's replacement at this point, but there are some guys that can contribute. Stinson is a powerful defensive end that can play end or tackle, which makes him a valuable player to have.
15 - BAL: Brock Vereen, DB , Minnesota
Baltimore needs a saftey to start along side Elam, but that may get hard to find since there isn't a lot of depth at saftey in this draft. Vereen is a guy that lacks about one thing: size. That takes away from his tackling skills too, but he is a great player with a ton of athletic ability and, from what I've read, he is a great leader that could win the starting job in Baltimore.
16 - CHI: Andre Williams, RB , Boston College
Williams is a guy with a lot of potential and could carry the majority of a teams workload as a rookie. However, since he emerged as a senior, I think teams will wait a little to grab him. The Bears are looking for a powerback to compliment Forte and Williams fits right in.
17 - MIA: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
Miami needs a guard to replace Incognito badly as the O-line is a bit unstable right now. Richardson is a bulldozer in the run game and he can play tackle if needed.
18 - CHI: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
Chicago needs some more secondary depth even after all the signings this offseason. I wouldn't be surprised if they added one or two corners in this draft.
19 - CLE: Jarvis Landry, WR , LSU
Cleveland needs more guys to contribute in the passing game. Landry has great hands and works well out of the slot. Whoever they draft or put at QB would benefit from having a guy like Landry.
20 - ARI: Antone Exum, CB , Virginia Tech
Exum has the ability to be a good player, but he must show he has recovered from an injury he suffered in college. If he pans out, he could add great depth to this secondary.
21 - CHI: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
Chicago doesn't have a solid backup QB and if Cutler goes down, then it will be 2013 all over again. Mettenberger would be a good backup to have and the issue should be addressed while some of the better QBs are still on the board.
22 - PIT: Marcus Smith, DE , louisville
Smith fits into that 3-4 outside backer very well and could add depth to that position. D-line depth is something that should be addressed more than once in this draft.
23 - KC: Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
Dozier is a solid small school player who has starter potential. He is a great run blocker, but needs work with his pass blocking. He could find himself earing the starting job in KC if he improves.
24 - CIN: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB , Nebraska
Jean-Baptiste is a solid corner that can man up big receivers due to his size. Cincy needs some younger players at the CB position and should be looking to addressing that early.
25 - SD: Stephen Bryant, TE , TCU
THIS PICK IS SUPPOSE TO BE MARTAVIS BRYANT, WR CLEMSON. I can't seem to find him on here, so I went with a guy of the same last name. Anyways, Bryant never really got the opportunity to show off his skills due to the presence of Watkins. The Chargers need a WR to compliment Keenan Allen and Bryant would be a good fit.
26 - IND: Terrence Brooks, DB , Florida State
The Colts need to find a replacement for Betha at the FS spot. Brooks would be a good replacement and could hold down the fort or even take over the job if he produces.
27 - NO: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
The Saints could use some secondary help to add to there defense. Roberson could have been a second round pick if had it not been for his injuries and suspension. We'll have to see how he pans out.
28 - CAR: Bruce Ellington, WR , South Carolina
Ellington is an explosive playmaker out of the slot, which is something the Panthers desperatly need. They lack big play receivers, but Ellington could become on of Newton's more consistent options.
29 - NE: Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
New England needs some center depth, which is a postion in this draft that isn't very deep. Swanson won't start right away as he'll need to be improved before he is ready for a full time role.
30 - SD: Carl Bradford, DE , Arizona State
Bradford is undersized for end so he'll likely move to outside linebacker. He fits extremly well into the Chargers 3-4 scheme and could make an impact for them as he has great pass rushing skills.
31 - DEN: Phillip Gaines, CB , Rice
Denver doesn't need much in this draft besides some more depth and CB is a position that really needs some. Gaines does a lot of things very well, but he lacks instincts and doesn't create a lot of turnovers. He can makes plays, but he will need to take some time to develop into a consistent contributer.
32 - MIN: Anthony Johnson, DT , LSU
The Vikings need D-line help after losing some key players. Johnson isn't starter material,but he could add depth.

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