1. KANSAS CITY: OT LUKE JOECKEL (TEXAS A&M)-Alex Smith will be resting easy behind the best pass blocker in the draft.
2. JACKSONVILLE: QB GENO SMITH (WEST VIRGINIA)-Gus Bradley and the rest of Jacksonville's brass have no intention of entering the new season with Blaine Gabbert as his only option at starting QB.
3. OAKLAND: DT SHARIFF FLOYD (FLORIDA)-The Silver and Black haven’t been able to stop the run since Howie Long hung up his cleats…or so it seems.
4. PHILADELPHIA: OLB DION JORDAN (OREGON)-The 6’7” pass rusher lacks the upper-body strength to be an instant star, but Chip Kelly loves his versatility and upside.
5. DETROIT: OT ERIC FISHER (CENTRAL MICHIGAN)-Keeping Matthew Stafford in one piece is top priority in Motown and Fisher is not only flexible, but he comes with a nasty mean streak.
6. CLEVELAND: CB DEE MILLINER (ALABAMA)-Sheldon Brown was a good guy and a warrior, but his days as an NFL corner are history. A Milliner-Joe Haden tandem will make the Browns a top defense.
7. ARIZONA: OT LANE JOHNSON (OKLAHOMA)-While Arizona’s quarterbacks were nothing to write home about last season, their protection was even worse.
8. BUFFALO: QB MIKE GLENNON (NC STATE)- If you think Kevin Kolb can put together an entire season of consistent play…think again.
9. NEW YORK JETS: OT/OG CHANCE WARMACK (ALABAMA)-The Jets have a hole the size of Jupiter at right guard and it goes by the name of Vladimir Ducasse.
10. TENNESSEE: OG JONATHAN COOPER (NORTH CAROLINA)-Tennessee never really invest in offensive linemen in the early rounds, but Cooper has the footwork that none of the Titans big uglies can match. 
11. SAN DIEGO: OLB BARKEVIOUS “KIKI”  MINGO (LSU)-Is he overhyped and overrated? Absolutely, but teams love his measureables even though he opted out of his bench press drill during last week’s pro day.
12. MIAMI: DE BJOERN WERNER (FLORIDA STATE)-The Phish strike gold, as the disruptive German unexpectedly falls to them.
13. TAMPA BAY: CB XAVIER RHODES (FLORIDA STATE)- Revis or no Revis, the Bucs have their sights set on the imposing press corner with the size and fluidity to dance with the big boys.
14. CAROLINA: DT STAR LOTULELEI (UTAH)-Ron Rivera is looking for a brute who can manhandle interior linemen and drive them into the backfield. Lotulelei fits the description.
 15. NEW ORLEANS: DE DATONE JONES (UCLA)- The former Bruin has some of the quickest and strongest hands you’ll ever see. It’s time to move on from Sedrick Ellis.
16. ST. LOUIS: TAVON AUSTIN (WEST VIRGINIA)-The Blue and Gold bring in the ultimate game breaker to man the slot. Austin is just as fast laterally as he is in a straight line.
17. PITTSBURGH: OLB DAMONTRE MOORE (TEXAS A&M)-The long-armed pass rusher will compete with the likes of Jason Worilds and Chris Carter to replace James Harrison on the right side.  Moore registered an impressive 85 tackles along with 12.5 sacks in 2012. 
18. DALLAS: S KENNY VACCARO (TEXAS)-The chips and salsa will taste a little sweeter once Jerry Jones brings in the top cover safety in the draft. Vaccaro becomes a Vaquero.
19. NEW YORK GIANTS: DE EZEKIAL “ZIGGY”  ANSAH (BYU)-The African sensation has the size, length and motor to turn Osi Umenyiora into a distant memory, but it won’t happen overnight.
20. CHICAGO: DT SHELDON RICHARDSON (MISSOURI)-His quickness off the snap is reminiscent of Warren Sapp. 
21. CINCINNATI: OLB ALEC OGLETREE (GEORGIA)-The Bengals are no strangers to guys with questionable character. In fact, the converted safety should fit right in with the likes of Rey Maualuga and Vontaze Burfict.
22. ST. LOUIS: RB EDDIE LACY (ALABAMA)-Fisher likes them big and at 231 pounds, Lacy gives his new coach a more agile and compact version of Eddie George.
23. MINNESOTA: DT SYLVESTER WILLIAMS (NORTH CAROLINA)-His tendency to pack on bad weight is concerning, but Sly has the ability to beat double-teams and become the heir apparent to Kevin Williams.
24. INDIANAPOLIS: OT/OG JUSTIN PUGH (SYRACUSE)-If new OC Pep Hamilton is serious about improving the running game, then he needs to replace guys like Mike McGlynn in the trenches.
25. MINNESOTA: WR CORDARRELLE PATTERSON (TENNESSEE)-Greg Jennings will take him under his wing and school him in the art of executing precise patterns.
26. GREEN BAY: DT KAWANN SHORT (PURDUE)-Jerel Worthy’s knee injury and lack of production create a need for a penetrating lineman in the mold of Cullen Jenkins.
27. HOUSTON: WR JUSTIN HUNTER (TENNESSEE)- Andre “The Giant” finally gets a tag-team partner with speed, height and length.
28. DENVER: DE SAM MONTGOMERY (LSU)- While Robert Ayers can do the job versus the run, he's not much of a pass rusher. Denver may very well bring in a veteran at defensive end, but Montgomery gives them a building block for future years.
29. NEW ENGLAND: CB DESMOND TRUFANT (WASHINGTON)-Bill won’t like his trash talking, but he will certainly value Trufant's versatility and pro-ready game.
30. ATLANTA: TE TYLER EIFERT (NOTRE DAME)-Life after Gonzo begins right here.
31. SAN FRANCISCO: OLB JARVIS JONES (GEORGIA)-Medical concerns and an uninspiring pro day nearly drop the SEC sackmaster into the second round, but the Niners fall in love with quick hands and explosiveness off the edge.
32. BALTIMORE: S MATT ELAM (FLORIDA)-The former Gator brings attitude, instincts and toughness all in one package.
SECOND ROUND
33. JAX: CB BLIDI WREH WILSON (UCONN)                                                                  
34. SF: TE ZACH ERTZ (STANFORD)                                                                     
35. PHI: OT TERRON ARMSTEAD (ARK-PINE BLUFF)                                                                
36. DET: DE ALEX OKAFOR (TEX)                                                                 
37. CIN: RB GIOVANI BERNARD (NORTH CAROLINA)                                                                
38. AZ: OG LARRY WARFORD (KENTUCKY)                                                                    
39. NYJ: QB TYLER WILSON (ARKANSAS)                                                                 
40. TEN: DE TANK CARRADINE (FSU)                                                                 
41. BUF: WR ROBERT WOODS (USC)                                                                  
42. MIA: CB JOHNTHAN BANKS (MISSISSIPPI STATE)                                                                
43. TB: DE MARGUS HUNT (SMU)
44. CAR: WR DeANDRE HOPKINS (CLEMSON)                                                                
45. SD: ILB ARTHUR JONES (KANSAS STATE)
46. STL: FS ERIC REID (LSU)                                                                  
47. DAL: RB MONTEE BALL (WISCONSIN)                                                               
48. PIT: WR TERRANCE WILLIAMS (BAYLOR)                                                                  
49. NYG: OT D.J. FLUKER (ALABAMA)
50. CHI: ILB KEVIN MINTER (LSU)
51. WAS: SS JONATHAN CYPRIEN (FIU)
52. MIN: ILB MANTI TE’O (NOTRE DAME)
53. CIN: OT MANELIK WATSON (FSU)
54. MIA: OT/OG KYLE LONG (OREGON)
55. GB: WR MARKUS WHEATON (OREGON STATE)
56. SEA: DT BRANDON WILLIAMS (MISSOURI SOUTHERN)
57. HOU: QB E.J. MANUEL (FSU)
58. DEN: CB JAMAR TAYLOR (BOISE STATE)
59. NE: WR KEENAN ALLEN (CALIFORNIA)
60. ATL: C/OG TRAVIS FREDERICK (WISCONSIN)
61. SF: FS D.J. SWEARINGER (SOUTH CAROLINA)
62. BAL: WR AARON DOBSON (MARSHALL)
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