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1 - HOU: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(Clowney, DE/LB) With Clowney locked up, the Texans can look for their QB here. Garoppolo might need some time to adjust to the speed of the NFL, but once he does, he has a chance to be special
2 - WAS: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
Nix is easily the best player on the board, and gives the Skins some extra d-line depth, and a real back-up to Cofield
3 - CLE: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
(Watkins, WR; Carr, QB) With WR and QB sorted out, CB and RG should be looked at next. I see this pick coming down to Roby and Su'a-Filo, with XSF getting the slight edge
4 - OAK: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
(Matthews, OT) With LT all set, the Raiders also need to find a QB here. Shaub is likely a stop-gap for whoever they draft, and if Mettenberger is on the board here, they have to take him
5 - ATL: David Yankey, G , Stanford
(Mack, LB) Baker and Carimi are set to start at OT, but the Falcons need to shore-up their interior line
6 - TB: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(Barr, LB) Mike Williams has been traded to Buffalo, leaving a hole at #2 WR. Benjamin would get to learn from Vincent Jackson, and could become a force
7 - JAX: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
(Bortles, QB) Posluzny and Hayes are solid starters, but Allen was not very good last season. Shazier should slide in to replace him, and give them a very quick set of OLBs that have great coverage skills
8 - MIN: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
(Manziel, QB) Rhodes is looking like a good investment, but they need another CB next to him. Roby could start immediately, and is a good upgrade for them
9 - BUF: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
(Lewan, OT) Getting Lewan and ASJ in the first 2 rounds would be a haul for Buffalo. Manuel would now have a very strong duo of OTs and a big, athletic TE
10 - TEN: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(Bridgewater, QB) With CJ2K set to be released, the Titans need another back to pair with Green and McCluster. Hyde's power would fit well with them as an inside and goalline runner
11 - NYG: Marcus Martin, G , USC
(Ebron, TE) Walton and Snee are slated to be starters, but both have very real, very serious injury issues. Martin could start at RG or C, and would be a legitimate replacement over either player
12 - STL: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
(Robinson, OT; Evans, WR) The Rams, again, have the perfect player fall into their lap. Ward has all the skills you look for in a safety, and gives them the center-fielder they need
13 - DET: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
(Dennard, CB) After drafting Warford last year, the Lions go for a LG here. Jackson should help improve the running game, and keep Stafford clean
14 - PIT: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
(Gilbert, CB) Continuing to improve their defense, the Steelers draft a #3 OLB that can back up Worilds and Jarvis Jones
15 - DAL: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
(Ealy, DE) The Cowboys go d-line again. This time, adding another 3-tech to split with Melton
16 - BAL: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
(Pryor, S) Jernigan would be a nice bet to fight for Arthur Jones' spot at DE if he can come back healthy
17 - NYJ: Demarcus Lawrence, DE , Boise State
(Cooks, WR) The Jets keep beefing up their team, picking up an OLB to learn from and replace Calvin Pace
18 - MIA: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
(Martin, OT) WIth Su'a-Filo and Jackson gone, the Dolphins should look at their secondary. Adding Fuller would help ease the loss of Patterson and Carroll, and could back-up at safety too
19 - CHI: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
(Clinton-Dix, S) Going secondary again, the Bears land a player that can eventually replace Jennings or Tillman, both of which are on the wrong side of 30
20 - ARI: A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
(Amaro, TE) WIth no young QBs behind Palmer, getting McCarron here would be a smart move, and could eventually replace him
21 - GB: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
(Mosley, LB) WIth Deitrich-Smith off to Tampa Bay, grabbing Richburg here would be a smart move. He's loaded with potential, and a smart, athletic C taht can keep Rodgers protected
22 - PHI: Deone Bucannon, S , Washington State
(Ford, LB) Signing Jenkins was a smart move, but he's more of a band-aid than a solution. Bucannon should start over Nate Allen early on
23 - CIN: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(Donald, DT) Losing Johnson leaves a big hole at DE that Hunt might not be ready to fill yet. Crichton is a speed rusher that can keep the pressure on opposing offenses
24 - SF: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
(Verrett, CB) With Verrett starting at CB, the 49ers can turn their attention to their WR situation. Allen, Crabtree, Boldin and Patton would be a really nice set of WRs
25 - SD: Jaylen Watkins, DB , Florida
(Moses, OT) After o-line, CB is probably the next biggest concern area for the Chargers. Watkins would be a good #3, and could fight for the #2 spot
26 - NO: Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
(Van Noy, LB) de la Puente hasnt been resigned, and I'm not sure that he will be. The Saints might be smart to save their money, and get a young center like Swanson here
27 - IND: Terrence Brooks, DB , Florida State
The Colts let Bethea walk in free agency, but do not have much of a back-up plan. Brooks would be a nice piece at FS, and should fight for the starting spot next to Landry
28 - CAR: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
(Kouandjio, OT) Getting a LT and WR in the first 2 rounds would be a good start. If they can add a slot receiver in the next round or 2, they'll have a chance to keep Newton going
29 - SF: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
The 49ers have shown that they aren't afraid to take players coming off of serious injuries, and make a good pick here. Easley should back up Smith and McDonald as a rookie, and could succeed Smith in a year or two
30 - NE: Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada
(Hageman, DT) Solder is set at LT, but Cannon is shaky at RT. Bitonio would give them good depth at any OT or OG position, and could start over Cannon at RT
31 - DEN: Will Sutton, DT , Arizona State
(Borland, LB) Sutton has a ton of potential, and would be a nice rotational player for the BRoncos at DT
32 - SEA: Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee
(Lee, WR) Giocamini is off to New York, leaving a spot at RT that needs to be filled. Richardson is exactly what the Seahawks need at RT, a powerful run-blocker

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