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1 - HOU: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
Similar to them picking Mario Williams over Young, Leinhart and Cutler, Clowney will be very, very hard to pass on here. Hopefully they learned though, and will not force him to play out of position
2 - STL: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
(from WAS) If Clowney is off the board, the Rams will likely be stuck here. Robinson would be their best option, as they need a RT, and he could play LT if Long isn't ready to start the season
3 - JAX: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
I like Mack over Watkins here for the Jaguars. He's the best player on the board, and gives the Jags an explosive pass rusher
4 - CLE: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
The Browns should pass on Bortles and Manziel here, and focus on fixing their other holes first. Watkin, Gordon and Cameron would be a rough task for any defense to stop
5 - OAK: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
Veldheer is gone, and Dotson is not a legitimate replacement. Matthews should be able to slide in at LT immediately and keep whoever their QB is upright
6 - ATL: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Lewan is as talented as Matthews, but is a much better pass protector. The Falcons need someone to guard Ryan's backside
7 - TB: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
The Bucs need another WR to replace Mike Williams. Evans has the ability to be an immediate #2, and take some pressure off of the aging Vincent Jackson
8 - MIN: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
The Vikings should dump Ponder and snag Bortles to replace him. Cassel should play decently enough that they wont need him to start immediatey, so he will have a chance to learn the offense and accilimate himself to the speed of the NFL
9 - BUF: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
With the top 3 OTs and Evans off the board, the Bills will have a hard time finding a better option than Ebron here
10 - DET: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
I've been mocking this pick for a while, and will likely continue to do so. HCD can start at FS from day 1, and help their young CBs out
11 - TEN: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
Verner is gone, leaving McCourty and Wreh-WIlson to handle starting duties. Dennard would be an upgrade over both of those players, and can handle any #1 in the league
12 - NYG: Aaron Donald, DL , Pittsburgh
With Ebron and HCD gone, the GIants should look at o-line and d-line. Donald is the highest rated of those players on the board, and gives them a pocket-buster DT
13 - STL: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
Jenkins has been solid since he came in, but Trumaine Johnson is not a starting-caliber CB. Gilbert would come in and start immediately for them
14 - CHI: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
SIgning Ryan Mundy was a smart move, but Chris Conte can't start for them again. Ideally, they'll bump down a few spots to grab Pryor, but his value isn't too off here
15 - PIT: Odell Beckham, WR , LSU
Antonio Brown should be fine as a starting WR, but losing Wallace and Sanders in back-to-back offseasons is going to take its toll on the team. Beckham should quickly become one of Big Ben's favorites, and remind people of Santonio Holmes
16 - BAL: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
With Oher off to Tennessee, the Ravens need to address the RT spot, as I don't trust Ricky Wagner. Martin can play RT immediately, and has the ability to move inside if they need him to down the road
17 - DAL: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
Their starting d-line is all set aside from a run stopping DT. Nix should fit nicely next to Melton, and draw attention away from the rest of their linemen
18 - NYJ: Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State
Decker can't be a #1 WR without a complimentary player to draw attention away from him. Cooks speed and route-running ability should force defenses to focus on him, and give either of them one-on-one matchups
19 - MIA: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
The Dolphins would be smart to try and trade down from here into the mid 20s for Su'a-Filo. If they can't, taking him here isn't the worst idea
20 - ARI: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
With only Bortles off the board, the Cardinals have a chance to take their future QB right here. Learning behind Carson Palmer, and eventually starting with Fitzgerald and Floyd as his #1 and #2 would be ideal for Teddy
21 - GB: C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama
AJ Hawk needs a partner that can actually be effective. Mosley is a heat-seeking missile, and should take some pressure off of him
22 - PHI: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
Barr is too good of a player to pass up on here, especially for a team with a need at pass rusher
23 - KC: Cody Latimer, WR , Indiana
I'm starting to buy into the Latimer hype. He'd be an ideal fit in KCs west coast offense, and could draw some attention away from the rapidly-aging Bowe
24 - CIN: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
Cincy needs to upgrade at CB and safety, making Fuller a nice addition here
25 - SD: Jason Verrett, CB , TCU
Another team that should be looking hard at CB is the Chargers. They need someone to match up with opposing #1 WRs, and Verrett has the potential to be that guy
26 - CLE: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
(from IND) As much as I don't like Manziel, someone will take a shot on him around here. The Browns could do a lot worse that a combination of Manziel, Tate, Gordon, Watkins and Cameron leading their offense
27 - NO: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
The Saints should be looking early on for some pass rushing help. Ford is an explosive athlete that should translate nicely as a 3-4 OLB
28 - CAR: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
This pick should be fairly quick with all the top WRs off the board. Moses or Kouandjio should be the pick here
29 - NE: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
The Pats don't always take risky picks, but sometimes they roll the dice on a falling player, which is exactly what Jernigan is
30 - SF: Marqise Lee, WR , USC
Boldin will slowly be phased out of the offense, and they need someone that can come in and take his snaps. Lee's speed would pair nicely with Crabtree's possesion skill set
31 - DEN: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
Woodyard was the main coverage option against opposing TEs and HBs, but he's gone. SHazier is super-athletic, and would be a nice option for them at MLB
32 - SEA: Cyrus Kouandjio, OL , Alabama
Giacomini is off to the Jets, leaving a hole at RT. Kouandjio could start there early, and can play LT if Okung continues to have injury issues


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