1) Cleveland Browns: Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia

With a half a season left, who knows who will wind up with this pick. I would really love to see this happen, just to see what the Browns do. Would they start fresh with a QB a year after taking Brandon Weeden in the first round? Do they trade this pick to a team that really wants a QB? Or do they take the best weapon for their team to build with. Today I'm saying that they go with Jarvis Jones who would be used both as a linebacker and as a lethal pass rusher (see Von Miller).
 
2) Jacksonville Jaguars: Matt Barkley, QB, USC

This is another pick that could go a few ways. Blaine Gabbert has gotten better this year, and he has shown some potential, but there would have to be someone here on defense (or a trade op) to not go with a different QB. I think the team might go QB here though because I just don't think they will have the patience for Gabbert.

3) Kansas City Chiefs: Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas

The Chiefs cannot walk out of this draft without a starting quarterback. The last time the team had a guy that they drafted at QB win a game was Todd Blackledge in 1987. He was also the last first round QB that they drafted 30-years ago in 1983. A lot of people will be calling for my head for not having Geno Smith here, but I think the Chiefs will go for a safer option with Wilson who has done nothing but beat adversity this year for Arkansas.

4) Buffalo Bills: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

The Bills have to take a quarterback in this draft. They cannot win games with Fitzpatrick at the helm, and they are going to struggle to get a solid free agent to come there. I have Smith falling a little bit because he doesn't have that overwhelming power that Cam Newton and Robert Griffin have, but he will still go high. He would actually be a VERY fun prospect for a Bills squad that wants playmakers.
 
5) Oakland Raiders: DeMarcus Milliner, CB, Alabama

The Raiders could go with a pass rusher here, but I think they would be better off with a solid corner. In 2010 when they had Nnamdi Asomugha they finished 2nd in sacks. Last year when the backfield was struggling they finished 16th. Right now they are 30th with one of the worst corner corps on the market. Getting a solid corner will instantly give this team more time to get to the QB.

6) Tennessee Titans: Manti Te'o, MLB, Notre Dame

The Titans don't absolutely need a linebacker, but Te'o is going to start to garnish top-5 draft stock. Very few defensive players get as much Heisman credit as he is garnishing right now.

7) Carolina Panthers: Star Lotulelei, NT, Utah

Lotulelei is getting a lot of top-5 nod right now, but I just don't see it. But he might be a steal in the top-10. He has good size, a great motor, and a mean streak that resembles Ndamukong Suh, but I don't see him as the true pass rusher that some give him credit for. Either way he could be a monster for a team.
 
8) Indianapolis Colts: Barkevious Mingo, DE/LB, LSU

Mingo is a pass rushing monster that the Colts would love to have in their possession. They may go after a few different spots here, but Mingo might be the best player available.

9) New York Jets: Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee

No matter what happens the rest of the season, I just don't think that the Jets will take a QB in this draft. They just gave Sanchez a big extension, and at this pace Tebow will never have that chance. The team will want to get a solid weapon, and a monster receiver like Hunter might do the trick.

10) Arizona Cardinals: Luke Joeckel, OT, TAMU

The Cardinals might go QB with this pick if someone falls, but if they don't then the have to look to protect whoever starts with a better line.

11) Cincinnati Bengals: Bjoern Werner, DE (LB), FSU

The Bengals might opt to reach more for a linebacker, or they could take the best player out there. That guy might be Werner who has a ton of potential.

12) St. Louis Rams (From Washington): Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State

The Rams are still a young team that can benefit from some extra tools. Getting a solid corner to plug into the mix will do wonders for this defense.

13) Minnesota Vikings: Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State

The Vikings defense has a lot of firepower, but they really could use a young stud defensive tackle like Hankins.

14) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: David Amerson, CB, NC State

There have been times when Amerson has shown brilliance in school, but there have also been some question marks too. I think his tape could get him a great spot in the draft though.

15) San Diego Chargers: Keenan Allen, WR, California

Do you know who the most consistent receiver is for the Chargers? That's right, they don't have one. The team needs to find weapons that can help out Phillip Rivers.

16) Philadelphia Eagles: Jake Matthews, OT, TAMU

Some fans might be pulling for a QB here, but the team cannot realistically think that they will succeed with the terrible (and injured) offensive line.

17) New Orleans Saints: Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU

The Saints have got to get better on defense if they want to compete again. The offense will keep them in games, but they have got to become more lethal.

18) Dallas Cowboys: Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama

The Cowboys have got to find a way to win games. They have too much talent, and they are running out of excuses. Warmack is a stud interior lineman that might end up a top-10 pick when it is all said and done.

19) Detroit Lions: Johnthan Banks, CB, Miss. State

Do I really think the Lions will take a quality corner that they have needed for too long? Nope. Not unless he is the best available player like Banks might be.

20) Saint Louis Rams: Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama

Jones is a guy that can play just about anywhere you want him to on the offensive line, and that will be a great asset for the Rams who need some OL help.

21) Miami Dolphins: Robert Woods, WR, USC

If the Dolphins don't walk out of this draft with a stud receiver or twelve then they will never have a chance to compete in the NFL. 

22) Seattle Seahawks: C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama

The Seahawks don't absolutely need another LB, but getting another stud in the mix might just be the move that they could make.

23) Pittsburgh Steelers: Demontre Moore, DE/LB, TAMU

The Steelers long time draft strategy is to sit and wait for what falls to them. With so many great pass rushers in this draft you might just see a guy like Moore here.

24) Green Bay Packers: Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame

The Packers just can't get Jermichael Finley to stay healthy (and perform), so getting a solid replacement here is a real option.

25) Baltimore Ravens: Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia

Having Ray Lewis out has done nothing but show how thin they are without some of their studs. They have to get some young depth, and soon.

26) Denver Broncos: Sheldon Richardson, DT, Mizzou

The Broncos could really use an extra body in the middle to clog the holes while also continuing to add firepower at pass rushers.

27) New York Giants: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

Yeah yeah yeah, another pass rusher. But this team really might need another guy to challenge Tuck and Osi (if he is still there).

28) Atlanta Falcons: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

I could see the Falcons go a few different ways with this pick. One would be to grab up a pass rusher at defensive end, but I do think they could benefit from getting an extra body on the offensive line. Sam Baker is having a great year this year, but he can get into an average streak from time and again.

29) Houston Texans: Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

I have been saying for about five years that the Texans will never get to that promised land until they get a legit WR2. And they continue to ignore me. This team is elite, but I just wonder if they have what it takes to come from 14 behind with five minutes left in a game.

30) San Francisco 49ers: Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas

San Francisco doesn't have many needs, so getting top notch depth in a guy like Vaccaro could be lethal. 

31) New England Patriots: Dallas Thomas, OT/G, Tennessee

The Patriots love versatility, and a guy like Thomas would be able to help protect Brady.

32) Chicago Bears: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan

This pick should be a no brainer, but Championship quality teams often can get away with going BPA too.