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updated may 7th at 9 am est

1 - HOU: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
Khalil Mack no matter what.. (Draft Day Movie Reference) All joking aside, Mack has risen to, in my eyes, be the best player in the draft. No questions of work ethic, no question of talent, and no question of heart. With no team willing to give up enough to becmoe the No. 1, the Texans take the guy they wanted all along, even if it is at Pick 1.
2 - BUF: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
TRADE (STL-BUF) With the Texans not being able to trade their pick and drafting Mack, the Rams pick becomes oh so valuable, the Bills make the move to get the best player in the draft.
3 - JAX: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
Jacksonville needs a QB, so how about getting the best one in the draft. Manziel will create fan buzz and revenue, hard to pass up on that.
4 - CLE: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
With the 2nd best talent falling to #4, Cleveland won't be able to pass up on him. With new HC needed to make a big statement, he needs to take a big talent.
5 - OAK: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
The Raiders have put together a good looking roster heading into 2014, but one thing they lack is a WR core for Schaub. Evans rare size and speed can help OAK keep up with the passing game in the AFC West.
6 - ATL: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
The Falcons look like genius's now as there heavily recruited prospect is there at 6 and they don't need to make a move to get him.
7 - TB: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
Tampa wants to trade this pick now, but no one is biting. They go with a guy many say is the safest pick in the whole draft and get him at 7 without losing anything, not a bad deal.
8 - MIN: Aaron Donald, DL , Pittsburgh
Donald is rare talent. He flew up draft boards and is good to go at 8. Mike Zimmer see's the talent. They can recreate the Williams Wall with Shariff Floyd and Aaron Donald, and very good, young D-Line.
9 - STL: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
TRADE (BUF-STL)T Lewan is a top 5 talent if Matthews and Robinson aren't in the draft. The Rams can get an elite OT and gain some draft picks, not a bad deal.
10 - NYJ: Odell Beckham, WR , LSU
TRADE (NYJ-DET) The Jets are scared DET will take him, so they trade up and grab him. A very talented player who, at 10, may be a little high, but will be worth it in the long run if Geno ever develops.
11 - TEN: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
Dennard is a very physical corner, something NFL teams are really looking for now-a-days. Him and Gilbert are close, but with TEN needing a CB, I think they go with the one with the better up side.
12 - NYG: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
The Giants are really missing Kevin Boss, a guy no one really knows why he was traded away. But Ebron has very rare size and talent, something NYG needs for ELi to make a playoff run in 2014.
13 - STL: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
Between Pryor and HCD, I think STL goes with Pryor, the one with the better upside, and the fear of drafting an Alabama DB.
14 - CHI: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
Some see him as the best, and CHI will be happy taking someone known as the best S in the draft at pick 14.
15 - PIT: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
If the Steelers don't trade down, I think they take Gilbert, not much of a hitter, but a very technically sound CB, who can fit in well with PIT, reminds me of Ike Taylor.
16 - SF: Marqise Lee, WR , USC
TRADE (DAL-SF) Just like last year, San Fran will trade up with Dallas, but this time to land a very talented WR. Lee's talent s there, it is just a little scary with the injury risk, but Lee willl be worth the risk at 16.
17 - BAL: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
With Oher gone, new OC Gary Kubiak needs a replacement. Martin can play all over, and will start at RT. Great pick for BAL.
18 - DET: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
TRADE (NYJ-DET) The Lions address a need here and also get a top 10 talent while gaining some picks from the Jets. A good start for Caldwell.
19 - CLE: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
TRADE (MIA-CLE) With fear of Arizona drafting him, the Browns trade up and grab Bortles before it is too late. Has all the intangibles to be elite. Will be a fun ride for Cleveland.
20 - ARI: C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama
They address a need at ILB and grab Mosley, a top 10 prospect and can fit in right away.
21 - GB: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
Green Bay needs DB depth and with memorable Packer DB's gone, it is time to bring in some new young names, and Ward is a big, physical S.
22 - PHI: Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State
The Eagles lost a lot in Jackson and Avant, and who knows what will happen with Maclin. Cooks is one of the best talents in the draft and a great pick at 22.
23 - KC: Bruce Ellington, WR , South Carolina
KC has been scouting a lot on which WR to take, and come to the conclusion that the very athletic Ellington, who can be the best slot WR in the draft, is their best bet. If they don't surprise us and take and take a QB, I think it will be Ellington.
24 - CIN: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
A mix between Fuller, Gilbert, and Dennard has created a discussion on which CB is the best. With Fuller falling to 24, the new DC of CIN can't miss this CB, and takes him.
25 - SD: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
The Chargers were torched last season in the secondary, and they won't be scared to grab Roby, because he will have immediate impact on a pass happy division.
26 - MIA: Cyrus Kouandjio, OL , Alabama
TRADE (CLE-MIA) Despite recent injuries, Kouandjio is still a top 5 OT. OT is a huge need for MIA so they will grab him at 26 and gain some picks.
27 - NO: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
Sean Payton loves his weapons and there is nothing like making Drew Brees even more dangerous with a target like Robinson. Lead big 10 in receiving back to back seasons, makes sense for NO.
28 - CAR: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
It will be hard to take him over a WR, but is it definitely the better decision, and it will show in the long run. They can always get a great talented WR in the 2nd round.
29 - NE: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
One of the biggest prospects in the draft. Tuitt stands 6 feet 6 inches tall and is a beast. Bellichick won't miss this pick with the 2nd best DE available.
30 - DAL: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
Dallas trades down again, and gains some more picks. There fans aren't happy, but they can gain a huge player here. Ryan Shazier led the big 10 in tackles and can be a good replacement for D. Ware. Not a bad bet picking up Shazier and gaining some picks
31 - DEN: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
The best guard in the draft, with Zane Beadles gone, they can't go wrong with taking him.
32 - MIN: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
TRADE (SEA-MIN) Teddy just quite won't fall out of the first round. MIN trades up and grabs him before Houston looks like the Einstein of the draft. Now the Vikes have a complete team, and Mike Zimmer will feel satisfied with this pick.

User Comments

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 8:55 AM
Excellent -- I like it. I wish you found a home for Bridgewater in the 1st round. I can't fathom how far he's fallen after a workout.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 12:05 PM
Above Average -- good stuff - but if Clowney falls to #2, every team and their brother will want that pick for him.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 5:42 PM
Above Average -- the Cowboys trading with the Eagles?
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 9:58 AM
Poor -- The Lions are not trading back to pick up a one trick pny who most experts think he is a bust. If they traded back like you said they would have to acquire a Second and fourth to do so, and i fthey did Sahzer, Mosely, Cooks, Ward are much much better
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 2:19 PM
Average -- Half of your picks have no chance of happening

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