1. Chiefs - Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M- All signs point to Joeckel or Fisher here. Fisher is the better athlete and is more physical, but Joeckel is more refined and technical.
2. Jaguars - Dion Jordan, OLB/DE, Oregon - This team has so many holes that it's not even funny. With Gus Bradley on board, he'll make a hard play for a defender who can generate pressure. Floyd is a possibility, but Jordan has off the charts ability, coupled with the fact that he can play DE or OLB.
3. Raiders - Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan - The acquisition of Matt Flynn is the answer at the QB position, at least for now. The DT spot should be a concern. They signed Pat Sims, but he won't set the world on fire for them. However, Fisher is too good to pass on.
4. Eagles - Star Lotulelei, DT/DE, Utah - The only reason Chip Kelly is the HC here is because of his offensive prowess. His ability to move the chains centers on the QB. For that reason alone, Geno Smith could go here. Lotulelei can play any line spot in a 3-4, as well as DT in a 4-3.
5. Lions - Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma - Jeff Backus retired, and while Riley Reiff could be the shoe-in, he hasn't received huge love thus far. Lane Johnson needs to get snatched up here.
6. Browns - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama - The Browns went nuts in FA and grabbed some guys to fortify their front seven. On paper, they are set there and ready to thrive. With that, they can turn their attention towards their secondary. Milliner is a very good CB who would pair nicely with Haden, while Skrine could be a solid nickel guy. Geno Smith could get the call, but I don't see it after the Jason Campbell signing.
7. Cardinals - Barkevious Mingo, OLB/DE, LSU - The Cardinals get Carson Palmer, so grabbing O-Line talent is important. However, they also need players who can create pressure. Mingo is flying up draft boards and is an appealing player for 3-4 teams.
8. Bills - Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - The Bills could wait until Round 2 to get a QB, but doing so would be a risky move. Kevin Kolb is serviceable, but is far better suited to be a back up. Taking both points into consideration, I see Smith finally getting his name called here.
9. Jets - Ziggy Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU - The Jets lost talent and Defense and need a player who can create pressure off the edge. With two early round 1 picks, they grab Ansah.
10. Titans - Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida - The Titans need help at DT, and most draftniks would consider Floyd a steal here.
11. Chargers - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - The Chargers will be looking for help in a number of different spots. With the elite 3 OTs gone, they should look at other options. Warmack could easily be the top guy on their board.
12. Dolphins - Sheldon Richardson, DT/DE, Missouri - Despite making a splash in FA, they still have holes to fill. Starks was franchised and Soliai is entering his walk year. With big money now invested in the newbies, I doubt both DTs will be retained. Richardson can play DE in year one, then move down to DT..
13. Jets - Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State - The Jets need to replace Revis. While Rhodes is no Revis, the pick makes sense.
14. Panthers - Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia - The Panthers create pressure from the outside with their DEs, but they lack run support along their interior. They'd love for a premier DT to fall to them, but they miss out. Instead, they can add a new weapon for Cam to play with. Austin is hands down one of the toughest guys to cover in space.
15. Saints - Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia - The Saints can still do damage on offense, but their defense needs help. Rob Ryan was brought in and he'll run his 3-4 attack. Jones would be an ideal selection here, as they need OLB who can bring noise and thunder.
16. Rams - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - The Rams have to make their O-Line a priority this off-season. Their left side could be one of the best in the NFL if they select Cooper to play next to Jake Long.
17. Steelers - Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas - Polamalu needs to be replaced, as he can't stay healthy and has proven to be a better shampoo advertisement than player. Vaccaro is the nations' best Safety and is the highest ranked player at a position of need. He's an excellent player who could go in the top 10 selections.
18. Cowboys - Datone Jones, DE/DT, UCLA - The Cowboys still regret not taking J.J. Watt. While Jones is not of the same elite caliber, he's a very good player who's looked great this entire post season.
19. Giants - Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State - The Giants will be experiencing some turn at the DE spot, so adding a guy like Werner makes a lot of sense.
20. Bears - Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia - The Bears signed TE Bennett and OT Bushrod in FA. Both were good moves. However, they still have holes within their LB corps. While Ogletree has had some off-field issues, he can play any of the LB spots. He has good size and tremendous range.
21. Bengals - D.J. Fluker, OT/OG, Alabama - The Bengals need help at LB, but things aren't looking good with Andre Smith. Fluker is the same type of player, a RT who is okay as a pass blocker but phenomenal in the run game.
22. Rams - Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame - The Rams lost some talent in the receiving game, so they have some holes to fill. While Eifert is a TE, he can operate out of any spot. He's too big for CBs and often too athletic for LBs to cover.
23. Vikings - Cordarelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - The Vikings just locked up Jennings, a move that should certainly help their passing attack. However, he's a not a deep-field threat, so grabbing another weapon like Patterson makes sense.
24. Colts - Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington - The Colts allowed 137 yards a game on the ground this past season, so adding a player who can stop the run could make sense as well. However, Trufant is a steal at this point of the draft.
25. Vikings - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame - This team is one of the weakest in the league when it comes to LB talent. While Te'o has taken his lumps as of late, he's still a very good LB. He has the ability to jump in and start as a rookie.
26. Packers - Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - The Packers need to create more pressure against opposing QBs. Williams is an excellent one-gap player who excels at shooting gaps.
27. Texans - DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson - The Texans cut Kevin Walter, and while it was time to do so, there needs to be a suitable replacement for him. If they can get Hopkins here, he may be the best value selection of Round 1. He's an excellent player who produced all season long, with or without Sammy Watkins on the field.
28. Broncos - Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State - Even with the signing of DRC, The Broncos would be well-served to bring in some young, proven talent into their secondary. Champ Bailey is 34 years old now, and is showed against the Ravens in the playoff loss. However, if there isn't a CB here who isn't a reach, a player like Carradine makes sense. They need to replace Dumerville.
29. Patriots - Robert Woods, WR, USC - The Patriots have a few holes at the WR position. Woods works his way into round one, as he's a great slot WR option to replace Welker.
30. Falcons - D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston - The Falcons need help at CB. Hayden is an excellent option now that he's passed his physicals.
31. 49ers - Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford - The 49ers could go in a number of directions here, but I think grabbing Ertz makes sense. They need to replace Delanie Walker.
32. Ravens - Kevin Minter, LB, LSU - The Ravens lost Lewis, Ellerbe, and Kruger. They have an immediate need to bring in some talent at LB. Minter is a gifted player who reads well and can provide a thump.