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1 - HOU: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
(Manziel, QB) With Cushing as the only reliable ILB, adding an athlete like Shazier would give them a very solid ILB duo
2 - WAS: David Yankey, G , Stanford
The Redskins get some additional protection for RG3, and a player that can add some push in the running game
3 - CLE: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
(Bortles, QB; Verrett, CB) The Browns should be looking for playmakers throughout the draft as well. Robinson would perfectly match Gordon as another long, athletic outide WR
4 - OAK: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
(Mack, DE) The Raiders hold off on reaching for a QB, and get better value with Carr here
5 - ATL: Trent Murphy, LB, Stanford
(Robinson, OT) The Falcons continue to add to their 2 lines, and get a pass rushing DE here
6 - TB: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(Evans, WR) Crichton has nothad the best Combine, but his value as a pass rushing DE is well-documented
7 - JAX: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
(Clowney, DE) The Jaguars again don't reach for a QB, and come away with a plug-and-play OG
8 - MIN: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(Bridgewater, QB) The Vikings struck gold with Patterson last year, and with Jennings on the downslope, adding a big-bodied WR like Benjamin should help continue to open up this offense
9 - BUF: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
(Matthews, OT) Adding a receiving TE should be high on the Bills draft list this year. Amaro is a steam this late
10 - TEN: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
(Ealy, DE) THe Titans could be looking at replacing both starting CBs this year. If the choose to let them walk, Roberson would pair nicely with Wreh-Wilson
11 - NYG: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
(Mosley, LB) The Giants should be looking for early o-line help this year, and Jackson would be a great addition
12 - STL: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
(Watkins, WR; Barr, LB) With Finnegan potentially on his way out, the Rams might need to look for CB depth. Jenkins and Johnson would be fine outside, and Joyner would take over primary slot/3rd safety position
13 - DET: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
(Gilbert, CB) The Lions get a steal here with Adams, who has 1st round potential and skill. Pairing him with CJ and Broyles should ramp up this potent passing attack
14 - PIT: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
(Nix, DT) The Steelers are another team that needs a WR. Matthews size would go nice with the speed of Brown and Sanders
15 - DAL: Will Sutton, DT , Arizona State
(Clinton-Dix, S) The Cowboys should look to trade down for Sutton later, but if they can't, getting him here would give them a solid foundation for their 4-3 defensive front
16 - BAL: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
(Ebron, TE) THe Ravens should also be looking for pass rushing depth. Van Noy is a steal here
17 - NYJ: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(Lee, WR) Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell were a solid tandem last year for the Jets, but bringing in a bulldozer like Hyde would help bring defenses up to open the deep ball for Geno Smith
18 - MIA: Ka'Deem Carey, RB , Arizona
(Lewan, OT) Thomas hasn't lived up to his draft slot, and the team doesn't trust Miller, making Carey a potential do-it-all back for the Dolphins
19 - CHI: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
(Jernigan, DT) Fuller could fill a need for the Bears at either CB or S, making him a valuable pick for them here
20 - ARI: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(Kouandjio, OT) THe Cardnials should take a shot on Garroppollo here. With Palmer still holding up enough to start another year, he can learn the offense from him
21 - GB: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
(Pryor, S) The Packers will also be in the market for a new TE this offseason. Niklas isn't a great vertical threat, but he's a solid blocker and underrated receiver
22 - PHI: Ed Reynolds, S , Stanford
(Cooks, WR) The Eagles have a serious need for a good FS, which they'd get with Reynolds
23 - CIN: Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee
(Dennard, CB) The Bengals need to add some reliable o-line depth, and picking up Richardson here is a good move
24 - SF: Trevor Reilly, DE , Utah
(Tuitt, DL) The 49ers go with the best player on the board, and land an excellent pass rushing OLB
25 - SD: Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
(Moses, OT) The Chargers again address their o-line, and come away with an excellent center that should anchor this line for a long time
26 - NO: Jarvis Landry, WR , LSU
(Ford, LB) The Saints might have to wait a bit for Landry to be medically cleared, but he'd be an ideal compliment to Kenny Stills as their older WRs are phased out
27 - IND: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
The Colts need all the help they can get for their o-line. Adding Richburg here gives Luck a center that he can grow with, and allows them to kick Satele to guard
28 - CAR: Paul Richardson, WR , Colorado
(Martin, OT) The Panthers need to find reliable receivers for Newton. Once Richardson adds some wiehgt, and works on his hands, he can be a legitimate #1
29 - SF: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
After losing Gholson last year, the 49ers might be losing Whitner. Eric Reid turned out to be a more than efficient replacement, and hopefully Ward can do the same
30 - NE: Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech
(Hageman, DT) Much like they did with Ryan Mallett, the Patriots should look at drafting a project QB that has everything but the refinement to play the position. Thomas should be ready just about the time Brady is retiring
31 - DEN: Loucheiz Purifoy, DB , Florida
(Donald, DT) Champ Bailey really started to struggle at the end of the season, and if he's back, he won't be a full-time starter. Adding a young, high-upside player like Purifoy that could learn from the future Hall-of-Famer would be a good call
32 - SEA: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
(Sefarian-Jenkins, TE) The Seahawks need a power blocker at RG. Richardson, who was once thought of as a top-20 pick, has good value here


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