Okay to start off the order is not based on playoffs and such it is based off of the teams current standings along with a few changes based on my power rankings of teams. There are trades in this draft which i will just list here:
1. Indianapolis trades the #1 overall pick to Washington's for the #3 overall pick as well as a 2nd and a conditional 1st / 2nd in the 2013 draft.
2. Kansas City trades the #6 overall pick to Cleveland for the # 13 overall pick and their 2nd round pick this year.
3. Kansas City trades the #13 overall pick to Buffalo for the # 21 overall pick as well as a 3rd rounder in 2012 and 2013.
1. Washington Redskins (From Indianapolis) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
The Redskins win the Luck sweepstakes and move up from the number 3 pick to select the top QB / player in the
class. They trade their 1st and 2nd this year as well as a conditional 1st / 2nd next year to leap frog Miami and make
2. Miami Dolphins - Matt Barkley, QB, USC
The Dolphins need to get a QB in this draft and with the Redskins taking Luck the take Barkley and should be
pleased with what they get.
3. Indianapolis Colts (From Washington) - Matt Kalil, OT, USC
The Colts are able to slide back 2 spots and still get the player they would want at the first overall pick. Kalil helps
solidify this O Line for Peyton and the QB of the future.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars - Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina
The Jaguars have young talent at many positions but could use a true number one wide receiver. Jeffery is
explosive, big, and shows how great of a playmaker he is even playing on a conservative run first offense.
5. Minnesota Vikings - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
The Vikings line was great just 2 years ago but has slowed with age. They need to inject youth into the line.
6. Cleveland Browns (From Kansas City) - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina
The Browns have some picks to work with and they use their 1st and 2nd here to trade with the Chiefs and select
the best player available at a position of need for the Browns. Coples is a great compliment to a Sheard and Taylor
and should help the Browns build a formidable front 4.
7. Arizona Cardinals - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
The Cardinals need to protect their QB and give him time to make plays. They have had a need at OT for years and
haven't addressed it. Reiff has a very high ceiling and should be able to protect Kolb's blindside.
8. St. Louis Rams - Justin Blackmon, WR, OSU
The Rams have a weapon in Brandon Lloyd and even if he resigns they still need more on offense. Blackmon is a
playmaker and should help draw coverage away from Lloyd.
9. Carolina Panthers - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
The Panthers are in a tough spot with their needs not really matching up with what is available. Claiborne is a very
good punt / kick returner and also adds a playmaker to a secondary that could use some big plays.
10. Seattle Seahawks - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
With no other QB's available that warrant a top 10 pick the Seahawks select the best player available and a rare
talent in Trent Richardson. Marshawn Lynch is set to become a free agent this offseason and Richardson is a
potential elite RB.
11. Denver Broncos - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
The Broncos are going to need to get Bailey's replacement in the next couple of years and Kirkpatrick has a very
high ceiling especially considering the 4 big receivers he goes against in the AFC West (Floyd, Jackson, Bowe,
Baldwin) are all huge.
12. Tampa Bay Bucs - Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College
The Bucs need help stopping the run and have already invested in the D Line they move to the next level and select
the best run stuffing LB'er in college football.
13. Buffalo Bills (From KC originally Cleveland's) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
The Bills have to get a pass rusher in this draft and they move up 8 spots to take the best 3-4 pass rusher in the
draft. Upshaw should be an immediate contributor and an experienced leader in a 3-4 defense. They give up a 1st
and 3rd this year and a 2nd next year.
14. Philadelphia Eagles - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame
The Eagles need to add talent and a leader to their defense. Te'o is extremely talented and best suited for a 4-3
defense where he can react without being tied up by blockers.
15. San Diego Chargers - Brandon Jenkins, DE/ OLB, Florida St
The Chargers need to get a pass rusher early to help return their great defense to where it was a couple years ago.
Jenkins is the best pure pass rusher in the draft and has very good moves that should translate to the NFL.
16. Dallas Cowboys - Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska
The Cowboys have a large need at CB and Dennard is the best corner available. Linebacker is also a need here
but 3-4 linebackers available might be considered a reach here.
17. New York Jets - David Decastro, G, Stanford
The Jets select the best interior lineman in the draft and he should come right in and help solidify the jets key to
18. Tennessee Titans - Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
Floyd is a very talented big receiver that should be a solid number 2 at worst with number 1 potential. He has
experience in a pro style offense and should have a head start over some college WR's
19. Cleveland Browns (From Atlanta) - Zach Brown, LB, North Carolina
The Browns got a great D linemand and they put an excellent playmaking linebacker behind him in Zach Brown.
Brown is very athletic and has great instincts. He should excel behind the defensive line the Browns are building.
20. Cincinatti Bengals (From Oakland) - Janoris Jenkins, CB, N Alabama
This almost feels like a sellout pick but it does make sense. Jenkins has tremendous talent and the Bengals could
use a talented CB. They are also one of the few teams that have shown to look past off the field issues and trust the
21. Kansas City Chiefs (From Buffalo)- Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona St
The Chiefs have many needs and are able to trade down twice and pick up another 2nd and 3rd rounder this year
as well as a 2nd rounder next year. Burfict has fallen from a top 10-15 pick because of non football issues. The
Chiefs have said they don't see passion and competitiveness as a negative on a player and are willing to take a
risk on an exceptional talent.
22. New England Patriots- Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin
The Patriots continue to add youth to their O Line and Konz is the best center prospect in the draft assuming he
comes back from his injury fine.
23. Cincinnati Bengals - Cordy Glenn, G, Georgia
The Bengals have a need at guard and Glenn is a mauler. He is very talented and should be able to step in and
start from day one.
24. New York Giants - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami
The Giants have few needs and prefer to go BPA. Miller is very talented and explosive. He will be a first round pick
and should turn heads hitting the ground running in the NFL
25. Chicago Bears - Alameda Ta'amu, DT, Washington
The Bears are struggling in run defense this year and Ta'amu is much better suited as a 4-3 UT than a 3-4 NT. He
should be able to come in and help that d line.
The Lions need youth and talent on their offensive line and Adams should be able to challenge Backus for the
starting LT job this season.
27. Baltimore Ravens - Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
The Ravens need to groom Ray Lewis' replacement and Hightower already has experience leading a 3-4 defense.
He should be able to step in and help right away along with learning the reigns to one of the best defenses of the
28. Houston Texans - Dwight Jones, WR, UNC
The Texans have few holes right now but adding another quality receiver this late in the 1st round is always a plus.
29. San Francisco 49ers - Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech
The niners have a great rush defense but give up a lot of yards through the air. They select the best CB available
here that should be able to help right away.
30. New England Patriots (From New Orleans) - Jerel Worthy, DT/DE, Michigan State
The Patriots defense is inconsistent but it is well known that they need improvemed production from the defensive
line. Worthy should be able to provide quality competition as a 5 tech while also being able to play 4-3 DT.
31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Barrett Jones, OT, Alabama
The Steelers love versatility and Jones played 2 years at guard in the SEC before transitioning to LT and looking
very good this year. Jones definitely has potential at LT but if nothing else is a dominant guard prospect.
32. Green Bay Packers - Devon Still, DE/ DT, Penn St
The Packers have very few needs but they do have their lapses as a defense on occasion and could use another
3-4 DE to add to the rotation and help keep guys fresh.
1. Indianapolis Colts - Mike Brewster, c, Ohio St
2. Miami Dolphins - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson
3. Indianapolis Colts (From Washington) - Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
4. Jacksonville Jaguars - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall
5. Minnesota Vikings - Casey Heyward, CB, Vanderbilt
6. Kansas City Chiefs - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
7. Philadelphia Eagle (From Arizona) - Jared Crick, DT, Nebraska
8. St. Louis Rams - Travis Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma
9. Carolina Panthers - Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
10. Seattle Seahawks - Nick Foles, QB, Arizona
11. Denver Broncos - Billy Winn, DT, Boise St
12. Tampa Bay Bucs - TJ McDonald, S, USC
13. Kansas City Chiefs (From Cleveland) - Josh Chapman, NT, Alabama
14. Philadelphia Eagles - Kelechi Osemele, G/T, Iowa St
15. San Diego Chargers - Nate Potter, OT, Boise St
16. Dallas Cowboys - Brucer Irvin, DE/OLB, West Virginia
17. New York Jets - Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers
18. Tennessee Titans - Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska
19. Atlanta Falcons - Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida St
20. New England Patriots (from Oakland) - Mark Barron, S, Alabama
21. Buffalo Bills - Juron Criner, WR, Arizona
22. New England Patriots - Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma
23. Cincinnati Bengals - Chris Polk, RB, Washington
24. New York Giants - Keenan Robinson, OLB, Texas
25. Chicago Bears - Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma St
26. Detroit Lions - Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon
37. Baltimore Ravens - Ricky Wagner, OT Wisconsin
28. Houston Texans - Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma St
29. San Francisco 49ers - Brandon Washington, G/T, Miami
30. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kheeston Rhandall, DE/DT, Texas
31. New Orleans Saints - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina
32. Green Bay Packers - Chase Thomas, DE/OLB, Stanford