1. St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
They've passed on Matt Ryan and Mark Sanchez the past two seasons to take players on the DL and OL. They can't afford to pass on another QB if that player is highly rated on their board.
2. Detroit Lions - Russell Okung OT Oklahoma St.
The Lions need to protect Stafford at all costs. Okung is by far the best LT prospect in this year's class. Getting the consensus top player in Suh would be nice, but they can add a DT later on because this year's class is stacked at that position.
3. Tampa Bay Bucs - Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
A relentless force in the middle, Suh can make the entire defense better by applying pressure and stuffing the run. A truly dominant force inside, one of the best DT prospects in recent memory.
4. Washington Redskins - Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa
They need to keep McNabb upright if they intend on getting any return on their investment into a 33-year-old QB. This might be a little high for Bulaga, but they absolutely must get someone to protect Donovan's blindside. Could be a trade here if someone wants to get Berry or McCoy.
5. Kansas City Chiefs - Eric Berry S Tennessee
Everyone has heard the Ed Reed comparisons. Berry can come in and immediately help stabalize a secondary that got torched quite a few times the past few years.
6. Seattle Seahawks - Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
Seattle has two 1st rounders, so they can afford to take the BAP here and still address a need at 14.
7. Cleveland Browns - Joe Haden CB Florida
After running 4.39 (on a wet field) at UF Pro Day, Haden's nightmare combine numbers are ancient history. He's far and away the best CB in this class and projects as a #1 at the next level. Also fills a big need for CLE.
8. Oakland Raiders - Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
Al's love for freakish athletes often has him reaching in the draft, 4.88 at 314 is the definition of Freak. But this pick isn't a HUGE reach.
9. Buffalo Bills - Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
Clausen has the mentality and arm to play in Buffalo. He can start from day 1 (if he beats out Edwards) and is well prepared to handle the hardships of playing for a lousy team.
10. Jacksonville Jaguars - Rolando McClain ILB Alabama
They just signed Kampman and have high picks invested at DE. I can't see them going back to that well here as some predict. McClain is a high character leader who is also a great middle linebacker. A perfect guy to play for Del Rio.
11. Denver Broncos - Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma St.
After trading away Marshall, they need a dominant #1 target in the passing game. Eddie Royal is a good player but he needs someone on the other side to draw double coverage. Bryant is head and shoulders above the other WRs in this class.
12. Miami Dolphins - Dan Williams NT Tennessee
They need someone to generate consistent pressure on the QB with Joey Porter gone. Williams will anchor the middle and help the other guys get into the backfield.
13. San Francisco 49ers - Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech
Morgan is a well-balanced player who works hard. He can become a favorite of Singletary in a hurry.
14. Seattle Seahawks - CJ Spiller RB Clemson
Severely lacking a playmaker on offense, Seattle needs to address the position. Spiller will start from Day 1 and could have a Chris Johnson-like impact there.
15. New York Giants - Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Florida
The Giants really need to improve their DL. Pierre-Paul is an athletic freak but is very raw. He is a boom or bust prospect but worth the risk at this point in the draft.
16. Tennessee Titans - Everson Griffen DE Southern Cal
KVB is gone and they've got nothing much at DE. If they ever plan on winning that division again, they'll have to stop the high-powered passing attacks from Indy and Houston.
17. San Francisco 49ers - Taylor Mays FS Southern Cal
Mays is another freak of nature who ran 4.2s at the combine. He was considered a top 10 pick last year. He won't make it past 20 this year.
18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Anthony Davis OT Rutgers
Davis has more natural ability than any other OT in this class, but he has to get more consistent. A massive player with quick feet, he's the prototype LT to protect Ben and plow holes for their running game. They could also take Earl Thomas here.
19. Atlanta Falcons - Mike Iupati OL Idaho
Iupati is an interesting prospect. Considered the top OG in the class, he also has the size and feet to move to RT.
20. Houston Texans - Earl Thomas FS Texas
This pick is almost certainly going to be a FS or a CB. Thomas is the pick here because he's the highest player on the board at both positions, perhaps the highest overall player on the board.
21. Cincinnati Bengals - Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
They added the WRs they needed in free agency, and they get a TE for the next 8+ years here. That position has been an abyss for Carson, he finally gets the help of a pass catching TE.
22. New England Patriots - Brandon Graham DE/OLB Michigan
One of, if not the best, pure pass rusher in the draft.
23. Green Bay Packers - Charles Brown LT USC
Brown is a very athletic player who projects as a franchise LT. They MUST do something to protect Rodgers because they nearly let him get killed last year. When he has time to throw, it's bad news for defenses.
24. Philadelphia Eagles - Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
They have needs everywhere, but Andy Reid values certain positions more than others. He will not take a LB in the 1st round and I don't see him reaching for a FS here either. Dunlap steps in at LDE and provides the pressue they sorely need opposite of Trent Cole.
25. Baltimore Ravens - Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
After adding Boldin, they're going with a CB in the draft. Jackson isn't talked about much because he's a junior, but I think he is a little better than Kyle Wilson and McCourty.
26. Arizona Cardinals - Sergio Kindle DE/OLB Texas
A classic case where need meets value. Kindle is a perfect fit for the 3-4 in Arizona and they desperately need a pass-rusher.
27. Dallas Cowboys - Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
A combo of Tate and Miles Austin will make that offense impossible to stop if Romo is on his game.
28. San Diego Chargers - Maurkice Pouncey OL Florida
Most people have SD going with a RB, but they really need to improve the OL if they want the running game to get better. Pouncey is an interior linenan to help create holes for the RB they draft in the 2nd round. 29. New York Jets - Kyle Wilson CB Boise St.
This is one of the toughest picks to predict because GM Mike Tannenbaum has moved around the past couple of years to get his man. It could be a DE, OLB, CB, OL... they can truly go with the BPA here.
30. Minnesota Vikings - Brian Price DT UCLA
A quick 300lb lineman who lives in the opposing backfield. They could use a corner but Price is a great pick here.
31. Indianapolis Colts - Jerry Hughes DE TCU
Bill Polian is tough to predict. He doesn't always add the player or position that people expect him to. Hughes is just the type of guy that Polian likes -- quick, high motor, high character and productive.
32. New Orleans Saints - Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
This is probably the only weakness on the champs. They need to improve the LBs next to Vilma this off-season if they want to defend their title. Weatherspoon is a rangy, playmaking OLB with a nose for the ball.
33. St. Louis - Devin McCourty CB Rutgers
34. Detroit - Ryan Matthews RB Fresno St.
35. Tampa - DeMaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech
36. Kansas City - Terrance Cody NT Alabama
37. Philadelphia - Nate Allen FS South Florida
38. Cleveland - Colt McCoy QB Cleveland
39. Oakland - Chris Cook CB Virginia
40. San Diego - Linval Joseph DL East Carolina
41. Buffalo - Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
42. Tampa Bay - John Asamoah OG Illinois
43. Devner - Jared Odrick DT Penn St.
44. New England - Jahvid Best RB Cal
45. Denver - Dennis Pitta TE BYU
46. NY Giants - Daryl Washington OLB TCU
47. New England - Tim Tebow QB Florida
48. Carolina - Patrick Robinson CB Florida St.
49. San Francisco - Cam Thomas DL North Carolina
50. Kansas City - Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
51. Houston - Ben Tate RB Auburn
52. Pittsburgh - Chad Jones FS LSU
53. New England - Damian Williams WR USC
54. Cincinnati - Morgan Burnett FS Georgia Tech
55. Philadelphia - Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma St.
56. Green Bay - Vladimir Ducasse OG UMass
57. Baltimore - Koa Misi DE/OLB Utah
58. Arizona - Amari Spievey CB Iowa
59. Dallas - Jamar Chaney ILB Miss St.
60. Seattle - Rodger Saffold OT Indiana 61. NY Jets - Tyson Alualu DE Cal
62. Minnesota - Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
63. Indianapolis - Lamarr Houston DT Texas
64. New Orleans - Reshad Jones FS Georgia
Last edited by TheMikeIsHot; 04-19-2010 at 10:03 PM.