1. Kansas City Chiefs- Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
Luke Joeckel is the only clear cut number 1 pick in this draft. Personally I love him in this offense because he excels in spread offense as he used at Texas A&M and that is what Kansas City uses.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars- Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
Dion Jordan is a speed rusher who is very similar to Aldon Smith on the 49ers. From what I hear new coach Gus Bradley has said he learned from Pete Carroll the best way to build a team is with speed, So what better way to start then with this stud.
3. Oakland Raiders- Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
Sharrif Floyd is a big spark plug for the middle of a defense. He is a great run stopper that has no problems getting to the quarterback. What made scouts look more into this guys is he played his best games against the big teams such as Texas A&M and LSU.
4. Philadelphia Eagles- Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
Star is defensive tackle who can do everything from playing nose tackle to a 3-4 defensive end. He would instantly be one of the most athletic defensive tackles behind guys like Geno Adkins.
5. Detroit Lions- Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
I believe Milliner could be a top notch cornerback in this league, only issue is who knows how long the process to that could be. I believe in a year where the draft class is weak he easily slips into top 10, but in any other year he might be closer to the 20th pick.
6. Cleveland Browns- Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU
Ezekiel Ansah is a freak of nature in so many different aspects, he ran a 4.6 40 yard dash and he is defines the word athletic. Reports have surfaced that he never even prepared for the 40 yard dash before he did it. So imagine if he actually did prepare you could have expected closer to 4.5.
7. Arizona Cardinals- Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
Eric Fisher could be in consideration to go number 1 overall but I believe he will miss out by only a little bit to Luke Joeckel. Keep your eyes on the Fisher kid though he reminds me a lot of Joe Staley size and strength combination.
8. Buffalo Bills- Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
I believe in a way Geno Smith is a little underrated. I say this because he ran a great 40 yard dash, he showed how great his arm really is, and apparently held really great interviews.
9. New York Jets- Corradelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
Patterson draws the comparison to Julio Jones in the way that he combines speed and strength with average hands. Jets need a wide receiver
10. Tennessee Titans – Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
This guard from the Nick Saban University has a rare combination of strength and footwork. He was number one on my big board and I don’t see him moving anytime soon.
11. San Diego Chargers- Lane Johnson, T, Oklahoma
Lane also as great footwork, his 6 foot 6 Frame is beastly compared to the suddenly shrinking defensive ends. I can see Johnson being a solid blindside tackle for years to come.
12. Miami Dolphins- Keenan Allen, WR, California
Keenan Allen could be perfect for Miami, with Allen you get a average sized receiver with great hands and speed. Also it is a perfect start up plan with Ryan Tannehill.
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
From what I saw from him on tape something came to me, if he put forth as much effort as lets say Dee Milliner he would be higher than Milliner. This kid has raw talent and is comparable to some to a guy like Nnamdi Asomugha.
14. Carolina Panthers- Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
Sheldon Richardson a versatile defensive tackle who really turned heads as this season went on. He totaled 10.5 tackles for loss and 75 tackles for a defensive tackle that is crazy number.
15. New Orleans Saints- Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
Jarvis Jones originally was considered as a number one pick, but as time as gone on his injuries have derailed him a tiny bit. I can still see him as a long shot getting into the top 10 but it’s unlikely at this point in time.
16. St. Louis Rams- Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas
I am personally a big fan of this kid, on tape he looked in a way flawless. But when I watched him later at the combine he showed me a lot of upside.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers- Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU
Steelers could use one of these guys that likes to rush the outside, they need to get back to their true identity. I believe they really want Jarvis Jones but I don’t see him making It to this pick.
18. Dallas Cowboys- Jonathan Cooper, G, North Carolina
Jonathan Cooper is a guy who I personally haven’t seen a lot of but from what I have actually seen seems like he will be a very solid guard for years to come. Dallas needs an interior lineman and this is a very good fit.
19. New York Giants- Damontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M
Moore was consistently put in the top five draft since early December now it becomes that he probably won’t crack the top ten. His stock dropped down solely because of his inexperience.
20. Chicago Bears- Manti Te’o, MLB, Notre Dame
Although there very well maybe the third best linebacker in this draft, with that said I have him higher than the other two guys solely because I believe his 40 time will be a lot better when it comes to the pro day. With Urlacher probably gone they need a middle linebacker.
21. Cincinnati Bengals- Alec Ogeltree, MLB, Georgia
Ogeltree might likely be the top middle linebacker in this draft, and the Bengals are ecstatic that a guy like Ogeltree falls to them.
22. St. Louis Rams- De’andre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
Hopkins can do just about what all the other wide receivers in this draft can do, the only fault is the inexperience. He is known for his huge games at big times but then when it comes to consistency it just might not be there.
23. Minnesota Vikings- Tayvon Austin, WR, West Virginia
This guy is very comparable to Percy Harvin, who very well is gone despite Vikings brass denying it. Even if they keep Harvin; Austin still fits in Minnesota.
24. Indianapolis Colts- D.J Fluker, OT, Alabama
Fluker has scary potential, and in that respect with the talent he already has he is a definite late first to early second.
25. Seattle Seahawks- John Jenkins, DT, Georgia
Jenkins definitely is very raw, but with the right work and in the right system this kid could be a stud. But if not the right system could be a bust we will see.
26. Green Bay Packers- Barrett Jones, C/G/T, Alabama
Jones could play 5 different positions but in the end I see him at his natural position center. But when it comes to the packers they need a center after the departure of Jeff Saturday.
27. Houston Texans- Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU
Minter is a stud at the middle linebacker position, he can handle the role player role for the Texans they breed linebackers. The linebackers from LSU never seek to impress.
28. Denver Broncos- Jonathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State
Hankins could be a nice addition to the broncos’ defense. Their defense had one gaping hole and it was the defensive tackle spot. They struggled in run defense slightly so I like the Hankins-Denver fit.
29. New England Patriots- Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
Hunter seems like a Belicheck kind of guy. Hunter came off an injury last year and still seemed to show people up lately. I like this kid a lot reminds me a lot of like a Mike Williams but his talent is yet to be determined.
30. Atlanta Falcons- Bjeorn Werner, DE, Florida State
Werner as well as many others was thought of as a top prospect but lately he seemed to drop with lack of effort at the combine and did not look good. I still think this kid has a chance to move up again but for now he fits here.
31. San Francisco 49ers- Jonathan Banks, CB, Mississippi State
Banks is a smaller physical cornerback that the 49ers could use. Regardless of them acquiring Revis they still need some depth at position.
32. Baltimore Ravens- Matt Elam, S, Florida
All I have to say is theres a chance they lose Ed Reed and bringing some youth to that defense would be nice