HO HO HO, I hope you team gets who they want.
Carolina Panthers: Andrew Luck | QB | Stanford: Whoever is picking first overall will take Luck, now we’ll just have to see if the Panthers trade out of the spot.
Denver Broncos: Patrick Peterson | CB | LSU: Bailey and Cox are likely on their way out, so Denver will likely take arguably the best CB prospect since Bailey.
Cincinnati Bengals: Cam Newton | QB | Auburn –Carson Palmer is a shell of his former self and Marvin Lewis will in all likelihood not be back next year. Newton has mouth watering potential and any character concerns he may have will not scare the Bengals away.
Arizona Cardinals: Ryan Mallett | QB | Arkansas-The Cardinals don’t seem like they should be as bad as they are; obviously the literal hole at QB is a major contributor to that. Picking a QB should also help to keep Fitz.
Detroit Lions: Prince Amukamara | CB | Nebraska-The Lions need a LT about as much as they need a CB, but need meets value here.
Buffalo Bills: Nick Fairley | DE | Auburn-Fairley has had a monster year and the Bills need some monsters on their D. Fairley could fit both the 43 and 34 defense should they make a change, again.
Washington Redskins: A.J. Green | WR | Georgia-I don’t think the Redskins will be high enough on Locker to take him here, so they’ll go with arguably the best offensive prospect in this draft.
San Francisco 49ers: Jake Locker | QB | Washington-I think this is too high for Locker, but I also think the 49ers will have to take a risk on a QB if they don’t want to loose major ground on the Rams and Bradford.
Minnesota Vikings: Robert Quinn | DE | UNC-The Vikings may have missed out on a QB this round, but they lucked out for Quinn to fall into their hands.
Seattle Seahawks: Da’Quan Bowers | DE | Clemson-This isn’t the biggest need for the Seahawks, but the Seahawks may overlook that for a prospect like Bowers
Houston Texans: Brandon Harris | CB | Miami-I don’t really care if they took a CB last year, Glover Quinn is still fodder.
St. Louis Rams: Justin Blackmon | WR | Oklahoma-Bradford and Blackmon might have what it takes to become one of the best QB/WR tandems in the league.
Tennessee Titans: Akeem Ayers | OLB | UCLA-The Tits are the first team to be really screwed out of a player they could use in this mock. Opposed to reaching, I’d think they would grab a top 43 OLB prospect.
Dallas Cowboys: Derek Sherrod | OT | Miss State-Jerry finally gets the top OT prospect, but from an incredibly weak pool.
Miami Dolphins: Mark Ingram | RB | Alabama-It’s kind of funny how this always happens and always makes sense.
New England Patriots: Janoris Jenkins | CB | Florida-The Patriots could go a lot of ways with this pick, if they keep it. I think they’re likely to target OL and DL early, but Jenkins represents value and need here.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adrian Clayborn | DE | Iowa-Clayborn could fit in nicely as the RE on a DL anchored by McCoy.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jimmy Smith | CB | Colorado-I think Gene Smith will go with another fast riser. Smith has great size, production, and name. This is a huge need and while FS and QB are too, I don’t think Gene will have any ranked this high.
Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Castonzo | OT | BC-Polian may finally have to spend a first round pick to protect Peyton.
Green Bay Packers: Marcell Dareus | DE | Alabama-This is probably a bit late for Dareus, but if he or another 34 DE prospect drops he’d be attractive to the Packers.
Kansas City Chiefs: Jonathan Baldwin | WR | Pitt-Even with Bowe really coming on this year, the Chiefs could use another vertical threat.
San Diego Chargers: Cameron Hayward | DE | Ohio State-Hayward could have what it takes to become one of the better 34 DEs in the league and could really thrive across from Castillo.
New York Giants: Quan Sturdivant | MLB | Nebraska-It always interesting to see who the Giants end up picking, but Sturdivant could easily end up being the pick. I know he has the injury, but he is still quite the prospect.
Chicago Bears: Gabe Carimi | OT | Wisconsin-The Bears should take an OT no matter who is left on the board.
New Orleans Saints: Allen Bailey | DT | Miami-The Saints could look to a guy like Bailey to strengthen their front four.
Pittsburg Steelers: Mike Pouncey | OG | Florida: He had a disappointing year at center, but is still quite the guard prospect. With both the Pounceys on the inside, the Steelers could have quite the interior line.
New York Jets: Michael Floyd | WR | Notre Dame: Sanchez needs more consistency in his targets if he is to be successful.
Baltimore Ravens: Aaron Williams | CB | Texas: Need would fit value here.
Philadelphia Eagles: Ben Ijalana | OL | Villanova-Ijalana probably projects best as a guard, but being a tackle on the collegiate level means he’d fit Andy Reid’s mold nicely.
Atlanta Falcons: Kyle Rudolph | TE | Notre Dame-Gonzalez will likely retire after this year or the next, and to replace a great like him the Falcons will have to look in the draft.
New England Patriots: Von Miller | OLB | Texas A&M-Von Miller would fit very nicely into the Patriots D just as Cunningham has, though Miller likely has more talent.
*ESPN Power Rankings used for draft order.