First mock but I've tried.
1. Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck from Stanford
Manning is gone and the best way to start off the new era is by drafting the best rated QB prospect since Manning himself.
2. Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III from Baylor
The Redskins will be taking which ever QB the Colts decide to pass which should be RG3, I would expect RG3 and Garcon deep passes a lot this year.
3 Minnesota Vikings OT Matt Kalil from Southern California
4. Cleveland Browns RB Trent Richardson from Alabam
Instead of going with Ryan Tannehill, the Browns will be boosting their ground game.
5. Tampa Bay Bucanners CB Morris Claiborne from LSU
When your CBs are either near retirement, have constant off the field issues, or don't have any talent drafting the #1 CB makes sense unless a superior prospect comes along. Without Trent Richardson, the Bucs should make the smartest pick, it has been the same thing for a while now, and draft Claiborne.
6. Saint Louis Rams WR Justin Blackmon from Oklahoma State
You tried attempting to trade for Brandon Lloyd and he's gone now, it is time the Rams give Bradford a #1 WR.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars WR Michael Floyd from Notre Dame
At #7 in the real draft the Jags will be looking to move down 5 slots, anyways, I would see the Jaguars also attempting to please their young QB with a instant upgrade at WR before any Gator Tebow jerseys starting popping up in the stadium.
8. Miami Dolphins DE/OLB Melvin Ingram from South Carolina
The Dolphins are in a perfect position for Tannehill but he isn't top 8 let alone top 10 talent if the Fins wanted a QB they could have gotten Tebow relatively cheap and fill in the stadium for about a 4th round pick. Anyways, Ingram is a decent run blocker and relentless when pursuing from the backside. He doesn't have any character concern, was a team leader, and look for his spin move and another sack added to his FHOF resume as he is the best pure pass rusher in this years draft.
9. Carolina Panthers
DT Poe from Memphis DE Quinton Coples from North Carolina
I doubt the Panthers will take a guy over hyped by the combine and will decide to actually take the overall safer and wiser pick in Coples who would make an immediate impact.
10. Buffalo Bills OT Reilly Reiff from Iowa
Bell seems likely to be wearing another jersey next season and one of the top 2 OT prospects have landed at your feet while he isn't on the same tier as Kalil he should help protect their $60M QB.
11. Kansas City Chiefs OG David DeCastro from Stanford
At first, Brockers seemed like an interesting person to grab here but I would assume focus on the OL should be ranked higher than getting a guy like Brockers. Ryan Lilja was considered one of the worst guards this year with the Chiefs which is the main reason I wasn't sad when the Colts released him the previous year. Now, they get a guy who was once arguably the person with the best chance to have a successful NFL career in '12 draft, now it's Luck.
12. Seattle Seahawks LB Luke Kuechly from Boston College
The KC Chiefs took the guy the Seahawks were looking at to increase Skittle's stock and will be looking to bolster their defense by selecting Luke Kuechly. David Hawthrone and Leroy Hills are testing the market and at least one of the guys should be wearing a new jersey. Regarded as the best LB prospect, he is strong against the run and while he doesn't have elite speed does exceptionally well covering tight ends or runningbacks.
13. Arizona Cardinals OT Johnathan Martin
The right tackle is open for grabs if Martin had the size and arm length to protect Andrew Luck for years, he should be doing the same for the Cardinals. While he doesn't seem to dominate in one area, he is well rounded and worthy of a top 15 selection.
14. Dallas Cowboys OG/OT Cordy Glenn
Jerry Jones admitted his mistake about a poorly crafted offensive line and now he gets to form that apology into a 6-5, 345 pound offensive lineman.
15. Philadelphia Eagles QB Ryan Tannehill
Interesting quote from eaglesaddict.com
When the Eagles show a lot of interest in players of a certain position leading up to the draft, it means there is a good chance they are looking at drafting a player at that position. For example, prior to the draft last year the position the Eagles were linked to the most was linebacker (pre-draft visits, private workouts, general interest, etc).They ended up drafting three of them (Casey Matthews, Brian Rolle and Greg Lloyd).
The Eagles should be looking elsewhere such as defensive needs but will find Tannehill to good to pass on. In a way, this pick makes sense; Michael Vick is 32 years old, hasn't been able to play a full season twice, and isn't a elite QB and with arguably 1 year left on his deal, Tannehill could develop for a whole year before worrying about plays like Spider Y 2 Banana. Last year, the Eagles were in win now mode by going all in FA and the results were disappointing, I would expect them to draft a QB in R1 or R2 and Tannehill makes sense.
16.New York Jets DE Courtney Upshaw
The Jets love to attack the quarterback and with Maybin, former bust who is finally producing, is leading the team with only 6 sacks they should be looking to grab the best pass rusher.
17. Cincinnati Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick from Alabama
Gilmore and Jenkins are still on the board but Kirkpatrick fits the mold of most of the Bengals CBs. He is strong, physical, and a smart cornerback who should be able to start before mid season. He also is generally rated as the 2nd best CB prospect behind Morris Claiborne, respectively.
18. San Diego Chargers SS Mark Barron from Alabama
The Chargers tried filling their need of a SS by signing Bob Sanders yet he was not the answer for them and will be looking to address it in the draft.
19. Chicago Bears OT Mike Adams from Ohio State
The Bears have found their #1 WR and Wright is not much of an answer for #2 WR, they have gotten depth for the CB position leaving mainly protecting Forte and Cutler as the top priority. Cordy Glenn and Martin, two prospects arguably better than Adams, are off the board.
20. Tennessee Titans CB Stephen Gilmore from South Carolina
Personally, I'm glad that Cortland Finnegan is out of the AFC South as I think he's a headcase but one of his low-lights was definitely Andre Johnson giving him some pain medication.. with his fists. Anyways, the Titans and Gilmore are being linked for obvious reasons. He's a leader, intelligent, and could definitely be better than Finnegan without all that trash talking.
21. Cincinnati Bengals WR Kendall Wright from Baylor
Wright was considered by most as a top 15 pick and now he's in the early to late 20s while Hill, who is also available, was a second day prospect who has moved up but is still raw. I see the Bengals picking a guy with a higher floor than take a risk on Hill. At 5-11, Wright is quite small but plays with toughness and his game breaking speed and quickness shall give Dalton a deep threat target and has been used all over the field.
22. Cleveland Browns WR Stephen Hill from Georgia Tech
The Browns need to be retooling their offense before deciding to take a guy like Tannehill #4 in the draft when the team has no WR, besides from Little, and previously no quality running back. After grabbing Richardson, the Browns shall be getting a more raw type of WR who should be able to contribute to the team.
23. Detroit Lions CB Janoris Jenkins from North Alabama
The Lions need CB help and in the past the Lions have shown to overlook chacracter concerns if talent was there and Jenkins certainly has talent.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers DT Dontari Poe from Memphis
The workout warrior shouldn't be draft nowhere near the top 20 pick as he was inconsistent through college. Being inconsistent, Poe will have at least a year to learn from Casey Hampton and manage the key to the Steeler's 3-4 defense, NT.
25. Denver Broncos DT Michael Brockers
The Broncos need a big guy in the middle and Brockers fit that need making it harder for teams to run the clock to avoid #18.
26. Houston Texans WR Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers
Andre Johnson is entering the declining age and Kevin Walter and Jones should be limited to the slot include the fact that Johnson missed 12/32 games the past 2 seasons and WR is definitely a glaring need. Andre Johnson posted his lowest receiving yards. Both Johnson and Foster will need some pressure lifted of their shoulders to perform and Sanu should be able to be that guy.
27. New England Patriots OLB/DE Nick Perry from University of Southern California
The Patriot's defense sucked and since they couldn't get Aldon Smith last year they will finally get a potential defensive stud.
28. Green Bay Packers OLB Shea McClellin from Boise State
He's projected all over from round 1 to early round 3 but he definitely has first round talent and the Packers shown interest in him. Frank Zombo and filler are not going to cut it out opposite Clay as they have a porous pass defense and Shea with his farm strength should be able to keep double team off Clay and decrease the numbers down.
29. Baltimore Ravens C/G Peter Konz from Wisconsin
He's their future Center no doubt if drafted but with Pro Bowler C Matt Birk still around for a year or two and a glaring hole @ LG, I could see him playing significant time @ LG while he learns from Birk. He's smart, mobile, and aggresive.
30. San Francisco 49ers RB Doug Martin from Boise State
Frank Gore and newly acquired Jacob are old and honestly aren't going to get more than 600 yards combine. Doug Martin should easily win the starting job.
Seen someone else do it and tried it, was it funny?
San Francisco 49ers CB Alfonzo Denard from University of Nebraska
The 49ers ranked 16th in pass defense but that doesn't tell it all.Out of 16 games the 49ers held a team under 200 pass yards only 4 times and got lit up by everyone 416 M. Vick, M. Stafford 293, 241 Colt McCoy, 254 John Beck,311 Eli Manning, 282 John Skelton, 330 Big Ben, 226 Kellen Clemens. Those in bold are guys who shouldn't be throwing more than 200 yards on you on any day. Alfonzo Denard could start alongisde Rogers and was a higher draft pick until a poor Senior Bowl and Combine dropped his draft status.
31. New England Patriots DT Devon Still
I always hate mocking the Patriots many because you know they will trade and when they finally decide to take someone it generally completely blows your mind i.e. Mallett second round or going back to back RB/TE. The Patriots had the 2nd worst pass defense and will begin building their defense from the
ground line upwards to the CB/S positions. He could be used in multiple ways and working alongside Wilfork shall do wonders for him kind of similiar to how Suh and Crick worked.
32. New York Giants LB LaVonte David
Yes, Coby Fleener is available and yes, I am a Colts fan but that is not why I don't see the Giants grabbing him, I think Allen is better overall anyways. Although Ballard and Beckum will start the season on the PUP list, Ballard is doing enough to be the #1 TE at least for now. He was ranked #17 TE in receiving yards with only 38 catches and every single person besides H. Miller (13 more catches) had 20+ catches and he gets about 16 yards per catch and he has been playing next to talented WR in Manningham, Nicks, and Cruz and combine the fact he is 24 years old and it doesn't make sense to get Fleener.
I think Doug Martin would be perfect here to replace Jacobs and later become the #1 RB but David is too good to pass. A team leader, tremendous instinct, and allows Boley to go inside. Although, he is short he plays bigger than his size notching 133 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 2 interceptions, and 2 pass knockdowns and could also be a S/LB person Fewell loves to use.