At the very least I feel like this can give somebody something to read as I do everyday. Have at it (I apologize for spelling errors)...
1 kc Luke Joeckel OT *Better instincts than Fisher. No RT and Albert may be traded.
2 jax Eric Fisher OT *More upside than Joeckel and said he is willing to start at RT. Eugene Monroe is their only tackle with some respect and only 1 year left.
3 oak Lane Johnson OT *Traded for Flynn and already have Pryor. Either way they need to protect their investments.
4 phi Dion Jordan DE *Reunited with his coach to help the conversion to a 3-4
5 det *Dee Milliner CB *Det is a passing team but they can't stop the pass on defense. Potential solution
6 cle Geno Smith QB *Best QB is still here and Lombardi is supposedly not the biggest fan of Weeden.
7 ari Chance Warmack OG *Must protect Palmer but no top tackles available. This will help the pass protection inside and still solidify the run.
8 buf *Sharrif Floyd DT *BPA. Attempt to fix a horrible D from last year. Williams, Williams, Darreus and Floyd seems like a pretty terrifying front to me
9 nyj Star Lotulelei DT *BPA. Star could make an impact right now and what Rex Ryan needs to save his job.
10 ten *Sheldon Richardson DT *BPA. He looks like he will make an impact against the pass and can handle the run.
11 sd *Jarvis Jones OLB *SD need pass rush help and Jones' tape is better than is workout numbers.
12 mia *Xavier Rhodes CB *Lose one big corner and replace him with another - the D knows how to use big corners
13 nyj Desmond Trufant CB *Pair him with Cromartie. You can't replace Revis but it will make them better than last year
14 car Tavon Austin WR *Helps make the offense more explosive and eventual replacement for S. Smith.
15 no *Barkevious Mingo OLB *Athlete for 3-4 conversion.
16 stl Kenny Vaccaro FS *BPA and position of need
17 pit Datone Jones DE *Work on fixing the aging D with a player that can stop the run and pass rush
18 dal Sylvester Williams DT *Lacks football awareness but disrupts the pocket. Should help the 4-3 conversion.
19 nyg *Tyler Eifert TE *BPA. Need. Tool for Eli.
20 chi Jonathan Cooper OG *Cooper is athletic and Cutler likes to hold the ball a while. This would also be a huge upgrade at guard for them.
21 cin *D.J. Fluker OT *Andre Smith replacement
22 stl *Cordarrelle Patterson WR *Speed for Bradford and can be used as an RB in certain packages to make up for loss of Jackson.
23 min *Bjoern Werner DE *Eventual Jared Allen successor. Will probably rotate on several positions early on.
24 ind Ezekiel Ansah DE *Take a risk on athleticism for 3-4 defense as on OLB and pass rush specialist.
25 min *DeAndre Hopkins WR *Receiver for Ponder and pairs with Jennings to make a decent duo
26 gb Jonathan Cyprien SS *Seems like a player Thompson would like. Can cover pass and chase down in backfield
27 hou *Justin Hunter WR *HOU is desperate for a #2 WR and I personally feel like Hunter will be the best of the draft if he regains 2011 form.
28 den *Damontre Moore DE *Denver is going DE (starter), DT (develop/depth) or CB (eventual Bailey successor) with this pick. Think they gamble on this DE.
29 ne Cornellius Carradine DE *NE thinks this is a bargain when they need more pass rush help other than Ninkovich and Chandler
30 atl Johnthan Banks CB *Add length to their secondary
31 sf Jamar Taylor CB *BPA. Baalke sticks to his board
32 bal *Eric Reid FS *BPA. Newsome sticks to his board and he has safeties rated higher due to the need (Huff is new to the team and they still lost Reed and Pollard)
33 jax *Matt Elam SS *Jax has a poor secondary and this is a hometown product. He will bring a determined attitude to the defense
34 sf Jesse Williams DT *BPA. Baalke sticks to his board. I think he doesn't become a starter though. Just like RJF he starts off as a rotational guy.
35 phi *Alec Ogletree OLB/ILB *More speed on D for Kelly
36 det Terron Armstead OT *Det is in desperate need of tackles and Armstead has the physical tools to develop into a good one
37 cin DJ Hayden CB *Health concerns appear alleviated and Cin looks for a steal here
38 ari *Menelik Watson OT *Their tackle of the future. Probably starts at RT and eventually replaces Brown
39 cle forfeit
40 nyj *Eddie Lacy RB *Huge upgrade on Green from previous years
41 ten *Keenan Allen WR *Ten has pretty good receivers with Britt and Wright but they may be thinking long term and replacing Britt and his injury woes. Plus they see a top pick that falls too far
42 buf Ryan Nassib QB *A pairing that everyone sees coming
43 mia *Johnathan Hankins DT *Starts as rotational guy and becomes a starter as he finds his motor
44 tb *Zach Ertz TE *Make or break year for Freeman. Give him more tools to succeed
45 car Robert Alford CB *Replacement for Gamble
46 no forfeit
47 sd Manti Te'o ILB *TKO replacement
48 stl Margus Hunt DE *Fischer doesn't mind developing players. Huge upside if he develops football instincts.
49 dal Alex Okafor DE *Pass rush in the 4-3.
50 pit Arthur Brown OLB/ILB *Pit may move him around the formation but sure they can get the most out of this athlete with their defensive history
51 nyg Kawann Short DT *Starts as rotational guy and becomes a starter as he finds his motor
52 chi Jamie Collins OLB *Add speed to an aging D and one that lost Urlacher
53 wash Jordan Poyer CB *Eventual Hall (1 year contract and already cut once) replacement
54 min *Kevin Minter ILB *They need an MLB
55 cin *Sam Montgomery DE *A top player at one time that Brown sees as a bargain
56 mia *Gavin Escobar TE *Weapon for Tannehill.
57 gb *Robert Woods WR *GB does not mind stock-piling talented WRs especially when they were expected to go much earlier at one point.
58 sea *David Amerson CB *Length that SEA likes. Carrol takes a chance on developing.
59 hou John Jenkins DT *BPA. Either becomes a force or no motor and run over. 2 down player at first.
60 den Darius Slay CB *Adding speed to their secondary.
61 ne Quinton Patton WR *Lloyd replacement.
62 atl Johnathan Franklin RB *Eventual Jackson successor. I think he will be the best running back in this class
63 sf Markus Wheaton WR *SF needs to add speed to their WR crop.
64 bal Terrance Williams WR *Boldin replacement
65 kc EJ Manuel QB *Develop behind Smith.
66 jax Matt Barkley QB *Gabbert has a huge arm and Barkley has the football smarts. One of these will win out because they can't find one guy with both.
67 det Phillip Thomas FS *Secondary help. Will compete with Spievay. Delmas can play more SS and in the box
68 oak Bacarri Rambo FS *Secondary help after loss of Huff
69 phi Barrett Jones C/OG/OT *Kelly will like his versatility
70 cle Blidi Ray Wilson CB *Secondary help. He plays tough and would be a good complement to Haden
71 ari Mike Glennon QB *Develop for Arians deep ball attack
72 ten Larry Warford OG *BPA and position to upgrade
73 buf Sio Moore OLB/ILB *Can play OLB in the 4-3 but I also see some similarities to Navarro Bowman in college and maybe he can play ILB in a 3-4. 74 nyj Tyler Wilson QB *The rookie QB to compete with the butt fumble. I think Bray, Landry and Scott could also be options here.
75 tb Khaseem Greene OLB/ILB *Picked up by old coach. This guy reminds me of Larry Grant for some reason but more physically gifted. I can see him being better at ILB than 4-3 OLB.
76 sf Brian Schwenke C *Goodwin replacement. Depends on how they feel about Looney and Kilgore though. Might be too many guards/center prospects.
77 no Kyle Long OT *O-line depth
78 sd *Travis Frederick C *Oline depth. They need to replace Vasquez so this could be a guard or maybe they try Frederick at guard (he played some for WIS)
79 mia *David Bakhtiari OT *They need RT help and I can see them going possibly going for Fluker in the 1st but is pick 12 too much of a premium? Scouts think he should play guard because he isn't athletic enough for LT but skill set may transition to RT
80 stl Montee Ball RB *STL is comfortable this season with Pead and Richardson splitting carries but I think Ball develops into every down back for them
81 pit *Giovani Bernard RB *BPA and Need. They will still use Redman for the bruising runs
82 dal Travis Kelce TE *Eventual Witten replacement.
83 nyg *Justin Pugh OG/OT/C *Depth. Versatility
84 mia *Da'Rick Rogers WR *Can line up as the #2 when Hartline goes in the slot. Will compete for #3 WR mostly.
85 min Marquise Goodwin WR *Hopkins was more possession and now Goodwin adds the Harvin-like speed.
86 cin *Joseph Randle RB *Brings a shiftier skill set that is different to the Law Firm but will also complement
87 wash Shamarko Thomas SS *Depth but eventual starter this season
88 ind DJ Swearinger S *Should at least start off as the #3 safety if he doesn't flat out win the SS or FS spot
89 sea Vance McDonald TE *pair with Carlson and will help block for Skittles. He will have time to develop reliable hands
90 gb Le'Veion Bell RB *Competes with Dujuan Harris for carries. He has a big bruising back style (almost looks like he runs violently like AP but not as skilled or fast by any means)
91 hou *Corey Lemonier OLB *Depth. Replacement for Barwin if he can show more pass rush than just a speed and bull rush. Needs better use of hands.
92 den T.J. McDonald FS *Adding more speed to the secondary in hopes of nobody getting over the top of them like the Ravens.
93 ne *Tyrann Mathieu CB *The hoodie thinks of ways he can move him around and use him in special packages
94 atl Brandon Williams DT *I think they can use a big clogger at the nose. May be best suited for a 3-4 though…
95 sf Josh Evans FS *With the safeties going quick I think this is where they reach for one. Could be Swearinger too or maybe surprise safety (Okoroha? I throw out this random article just to say I was the only guy on the board that called it if it happens... http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-Sports/2013/03/25/Exclusive-Okechukwu-Okoroha-Shines-at-Pro-Day-Set-to-be-a-Steal-in-the-NFL-Draft I don't think it will though because the guy appears to be more of a SS and not a lot of skill covering the ball in the air)
96 bal *Logan Ryan CB *Takes him expecting him to develop. A lot of talent but out of position too many times. He could make some big rookie mistakes.
97 hou Dwayne Gratz CB *Good value. Will push Kareem Jackson to keep improving.
98 kc B.W. Webb CB *How long will Smith and Robinson be in KC? Webb will develop as eventual #2 cb.
99 ten *Tyler Bray QB *Backup and potential competition for Locker if he struggles
100 jax Aaron Dobson WR *Competes for #3 or 4 WR position. Possible eventual #2 receiver.
101 kc John Simon DE
102 oak Brian Winters OG *Again, they need to protect their QB and create holes for McFadden.
103 phi Ryan Swope WR *Takes some #3 routes but mostly the #4. Will have a really fast receiving core with Jackson, Maclin and Swope
104 min Sanders Commings CB *He is physical and can press. He will help to replace Winfield
105 ari Leon McFadden CB *Eventual Greg Toler replacement
106 cle Trevardo Williams OLB
107 buf Andre Ellington RB *It is the CJ Spiller show now but Ellington will be brought in to be Jackson's successor
108 nyj Zaviar Gooden OLB
109 ten Jordan Mills OT *Depth on the Oline
110 car Earl Wolf S *They currently have journeymen safety. Wolf will bring speed and power to the backfield
111 no Jordan Reed TE *Payton takes a page out of the Hoodie's book and gets his Hernandez to partner with his Gronk (Graham)
112 sd Stedman Bailey WR *SDs entire receiving corp needs help. Gates is aging, DX is injury prone and Floyd should be a #3. Bailey has the skills to make plays and score.
113 mia Bennie Logan DT
114 tb Malliciah Goodman DE *Potential Bennett replacement
115 stl Reid Fragel OT *If Saffold demands to play LT (this season or next) Fragel could be the RT replacement this year or next
116 dal David Quessenberry OT/OG/C *potential RT for them to replace Free but can also play him where they think he will best boost the line.
117 pit Don Jones S *They start to develop a safety to replacing their aging pair
118 nyg Kiko Alonso LB *Might develop into their MLB of the future but may start off in WLB rotational role
119 chi Jon Bostic MLB *Groomed to be the Urlacher successor
120 cin Tony Jefferson S *Cin is desperate for safeties and they get good value at this point in the draft
121 wash Jelani Jenkins OLB *Rotational player subbing in for Kerrigan or Orakpo
122 min David Bass DE
123 ind Chase Thomas OLB *Seems like a good player to fit in Manusky's 3-4 and IND does have several Stanford ties.
124 gb Oday Aboushi OT *GB seems to have tackle depth issues every year. Here is a player once thought to go in the 1st round to add depth and potential starting ability
125 sea Matt Scott QB *Sea has a pretty stacked roster and this is can be a luxury pick for them to develop a backup and possibly trade later if teams offer a high price
126 hou Landry Jones QB *Schaub will never win a SuperBowl. Jones has time to develop behind him though.
127 den Akeem Spence DT *He would be a good addition to their 4-3. He is strong against the run and won't be asked to pass rush too much.
128 tb Christine Michael RB *Backup RB because the current staff does not seem to have much faith in Blount
129 atl Kenny Stills WR *A number 4 receiver to possibly develop into the #3 receiver. Just adds to their already powerful air arsenal
130 sf William Gholston DE *Either a standout pro compared against college or a complete bust. He has the tools to be a quality 34 end if he finds his motor.
[ Edited by gored49 on Apr 23, 2013 at 12:05 AM ]