1.) Rams - QB Sam Bradford
2.) Lions - DT Ndamukong Suh
3.) Buccaneers - DT Gerald McCoy
4.) Redskins - OT Trent Williams
Might be a shock to some, but I think Williams is a better fit for Shanahan's ZBS, and he won't be around long enough for the Redskins to trade down at take him.
5.) Chiefs - OT Russell Okung
I just don't see any team putting together a package big enough to trade up here and take Okung, Berry or Clausen. I think KC will just sit here and be happy with what they get.
6.) Broncos - FS Eric Berry
Call it a hunch; Denver probably is more likely to trade with Seattle than a division rival, and with a second 2nd rounder might be willing to roll the dice and move up, to get (perhaps) the most talent player in this draft. I bet Pete Carroll and John Schnieder are also looking to trade down and get more draft picks if they can.
7.) Browns - FS Earl Thomas
8.) Steelers - QB Jimmy Clausen
This is totally out of left field, but with Roethlisberger getting suspended 4-6 games, Pittsburgh may seriously start considering replacing him....and I think Oakland is crazy enough take him and move down to #18. This makes so much sense, there is no possible way Al Davis actually does this.
9.) Bills - OT Bryan Bulaga
10.) Jaguars - DE Derrick Morgan
With Clausen off the board I don't see anyone interested enough trade up to this spot.
11.) Seahawks - RB C.J. Spiller
I'm a Seahawks fan, I have next to no idea what this team is going to do....but I do know that Anthony Davis and Bruce Armstrong are poor fits for the ZBS that Alex Gibbs runs, and it is much too early for Charles Brown. Spiller reminds many of Reggie Bush, and Pete Carroll might want to feature such a player in the offense.
12.) Dolphins - NT Dan Williams
13.) 49ers - CB Joe Haden
14.) Seahawks - OT Charles Brown
To those who think the Seahawks need another DE, they already have one: Aaron Curry. I do believe he'll be moved to the "Stand Up End" position in Carroll's version of the 4-3; the Seahawks have an abundance of linebackers to replace him, too. I would prefer the Seahawks pull the trigger on Dez Bryant at this spot, so that means they'll draft Brown instead. If they can trade down again they will, but I'm not sure anyone else wants to move up here.
15.) Giants - LB Rolando McClain
16.) Titans - DE Jason Pierre-Paul
17.) 49ers - OT Anthony Davis
18.) Raiders - OG Mike Iupati
Oakland gets the offensive lineman they want, and a suspended QB to boot!
19.) Falcons - DE Brandon Graham
20.) Texans - RB Ryan Matthews
21.) Bengals - SS Taylor Mays
22.) Patriots - WR Dez Bryant
With three 2nd rounders, the Pats roll the dice with the controversial receiver.
23.) Packers - CB Kyle Wilson
24.) Eagles - OC Maurkice Pouncey
25.) Ravens - TE Jermaine Gresham
26.) Cardinals - LB Sergio Kindle
27.) Cowboys - CB Kareem Jackson
28.) Chargers - NT Terrance Cody
29.) Jets - LB Jerry Hughes
Even if Jason Taylor comes back he's pretty old; the Jets would love it if this pass-rusher ended up here.
30.) Vikings - CB Devin McCourtney
31.) Colts - DT Jared Odrick
32.) Saints - DE Everson Griffen
Considering how deep this draft is, I don't see much trading up or down. After the top of the draft the talent is spread pretty evenly, and I think many teams will be content to stay put. The Eagles and Patriots have the ammo to move up, but is there anyone they'd want to get, which would be much better than who they can get at their current spots? Who knows.
(UPDATE: I just now read Bill Simmons's poor excuse of a mock draft, where he discussed the idea of the Raiders trading for Ben Roethlisberger. I did not steal this idea from him....you can only get so much blood from a turnip.)