1. Panthers: Andrew Luck - becomes more of a no-doubter as each day goes by.
2. Broncos: Patrick Peterson - many ways they could go here I just think he is a top-5 pick, difference maker, nfl ready athlete who can form a CB tandem with Champ or replace him if he goes. Also could make an immediate impact in the return game. Fact: Denver had only ONE return TD all season long. Inside 8 minutes left in the 4th quarter, down by 19 points. Against the Chargers who blow on special teams.
3. Bills: Da'Quan Bowers - I'm pretty sure they are giving up on the 3-4, even after the addition of Merriman. Bowers is an absolute stud who looks to make an impact for this team right away.
4. Bengals: AJ Green - I'm now convinced both 85 and 81 will be gone, and even though I believe defense is their biggest need AJG is the best WR to come out of college since Megatron, and Cincy's WR core becomes a question mark after this season.
5. Cardinals: Blaine Gabbert - I can't see them not picking up a QB with this pick, they have absolutely NOBODY right now at that position. I may be too high on this bandwagon right now but Arizona will be desperate.
6. Browns: Nick Fairley - from everything I read they may stay on the 3-4 or switch to the 4-3, either way Fairley makes an impact outside in the 3-4 or inside in the 4-3.
7. 49ers: Ryan Mallett - San Francisco's question marks at QB are nearly as horrible as Arizona's. With Harbaugh as the coach he will be able to work with this kid who works best with a strong running game which SF can feature.
8. Titans: Prince Amukamara - other than Finnegan they have a big hole at CB, Prince comes in and becomes their #2 CB.
9. Cowboys: Marcel Dareus - an absolute perfect fit for an already scary-looking defense.
10. Redskins: Julio Jones - Washington can only hope Julio lives up to his potential, perfect match to Santana Moss and the Redskins will get their QB. Just not with this pick.
11. Texans: Robert Quinn - their absolute biggest problem is the secondary, but with the top two corners off the board and no other secondary player worthy of this spot they add a guy that can fit in their current 4-3 or the 3-4 if Wade Phillips gets the gig as defensive coordinator. I could also see them trading down a few spots.
12. Vikings: Akeem Ayers - this won't be a popular pick based on Minnesota's starving for a QB but I am not a Newton/Locker fan in the first round, although I could see Minny going that route. Anyways, Ayers can become a starter on the weak-side in the 4-3 and get moved to the strong-side, which is his best fit, in the future.
13. Lions: Janoris Jenkins - he's an absolute ballhawk who could be a strike of gold for the Lions if he pans out. They could also go OT here, but I don't really see a franchise LT in this draft, which is what they need.
14. Rams: Justin Blackmon - if you have any doubts about this pick you must have not watched the Rams this season, especially last Sunday night at Seattle with a playoff berth on the line. Bradford will be jumping of joy.
15. Dolphins: Mark Ingram - Ronnie Brown may not be back and Ricky Williams has pretty much said he isn't coming back. Ingram will fit right in.
16. Jaguars: Adrian Clayborn - I have my doubts about him, but the upside is huge there and it matches Jacksonville's desperate need for a pass rusher. I also like Purdue's Ryan Kerrigan in this spot.
17. Patriots: Von Miller - man New England keeps getting better and better with each move they make. Von Miller could contend for DROY in this defense.
18. Chargers: Gabe Carimi - They need a RT and Carimi certainly fits the bill.
19. Giants: Derek Sherrod - If he turns out to be everything he's touted to be he may crack the starting lineup in his rookie season, if not he can wait and learn behind one of the best offensive lines in the league.
20. Bucs: Stephen Paea - arguably the best pure 4-3 DT in this class goes to that Tampa 2 defense, a perfect match.
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