1. Texans - Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville - The Texans' number one need is obvious. They will grab the top-rated QB on their board.
2. Jaguars - Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon - The Jags have managed to win a few games, but they need a franchise QB. Mariota has loads of talent, and is a true dual threat.
3. Rams (via Redskins) - Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M - Everyone went crazy on the Dolphins for letting Long go, which is understandable when you look at Jonathan Martin's play at LT. However, Long has been far from perfect himself. He has maybe a few years left in the league.
4. Falcons - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina - The Falcons will/should run to the podium if Clowney falls to them here. They need an elite pass-rusher, and he is just that.
5. Bucs - Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA - Maybe Glennon is the answer. If the Bucs think so, then they need to add talent elsewhere. Barr is an excellent option here, especially for a team that can't produce sacks.
6. Vikings - Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M - The Vikings are at the point to where they will throw the towel on Christian Ponder. Manziel is a prolific player, one who can do it on the ground or through the air.
7. Raiders - Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson - The Raiders need help at WR, and Watkins is one of if not the top WR on most every board.
8. Browns - Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State - The Browns need a franchise QB to replace Weeden. While I think Carr is a reach here, he's a very good QB.
9. Bills - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama - I wouldn't be surprised to see the Bills go with offense here, considering how strong their defense is. Grabbing a top OT makes sense.
10. Steelers - Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan - The Steelers need to get some O-Line help if they want any chance of keeping Big Ben around for a couple more years. Lewan is a great option here.
11. Giants - Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo - The Giants need help everywhere. I see this selection coming down to a pass rusher or an OT. With Clowney and Barr gone, Mack is the selection.
12. Jets - Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M - I think the Jets will target an OLB or WR here. Since their defense is killer good, I think for them to grab a play maker on offense.
13. Rams - Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix - Assuming the Rams draft a LT with their first Round-one selection, I think they'll go after a Safety or DT here. While Ha-Ha drew a suspension, the guy is a great player.
14. Titans - Jason Verrett, CB, TCU - Talented CBs always go early in the draft, and I wouldn't be surprised if the Titans need one come draft time. Verrett is the nation's best in my opinion.
15. Chargers - Vic Beasley, LB/DE, Clemson - The Chargers missed out on getting an elite OT in last year's draft, so they'll grab one here if one falls to them. An OLB is also a huge consideration. Beasley is a great player, possessing the speed and strength to be a starter early.
16. Eagles - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon - The Eagles need more help on defense, especially at CB. This prospect from Oregon is riding high after playing a great game against Oregon State.
17. Dolphins - Cameron Erving, OT, Florida State - I think the Dolphins brought in a ton of talent, but it won't translate to wins long-term if the O-Line can't give Tannehill time.
18. Packers - Trent Murphy, OLB, Stanford - The Packers need to create more pressure against opposing QBs. Murphy has great size for the position and fits the 3-4 scheme quite well.
19. Cardinals - Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech - The Cardinals really need O-Line help, and a franchise QB. But, they ultimately will grab the guy who helps them the most without reaching. Arians loves using TEs, and Amaro is the nation's best.
20. Ravens - Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina - The Ravens could go in one of a number of directions here, but grabbing a TE who can function like a WR makes sense.
21. Cowboys - Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor - The Cowboys are thin at the OG spot. Richardson is the nation's best at said position according to many scouts.
22. Bears - Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame - Nix is considered to be the best DT in the draft by man evaluators. He'd give some much needed help to the Bears D-Line.23. Browns (via Colts) - Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State - A CB may not be the greatest need for the Browns, but Gilbert has really improved this year, showing his worth.
24. Lions - C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama - Mosley is an excellent LB, capable of playing inside or outside. He'd help bolster this LB corps.
25. Bengals - Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State - The Bengals could use some help at LB, and considering how good Shazier has played this year, this pick wouldn't surprise me.
26. Panthers - Marqise Lee, WR, USC - The Panthers need a receiver, and Lee could be considered a steal here. His stock dropped this year, but he's still very good.
27. 49ers - Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt - The 49ers need help at WR, and Matthews has performed very well over the last few years. He gives them some much needed fire power in the receiving game.
28. Chiefs - Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State - Robinson has the potential to be a very good WR. With the Chiefs doing so well on defense, this pick is ideal.
29. Saints - Kyle Van Noy, OLB, Clemson - The Saints can still do damage on offense, but their defense needs depth. Rob Ryan was brought in and he'll run his 3-4 attack. Van Noy is another toy for him to play with.
30. Patriots - Ra'Shede Hageman - The Patriots have to get more talent along their D-Line. Hageman is a talented lineman who provides immediate depth with starter ability. He can play at DT or DE.
31. Seahawks - Stephen Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame - While Tuitt's play went down as a result of his weight going up, he's still a talented player who'll add depth to this strong defense. He is getting better each game.
32. Broncos - Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State - The Broncos need some help on defense, which was clear after giving up 48 points to the Cowboys. A CB would be ideal, but I don't see one on the board who ranks out higher than Shazier.