1. Tampa Bay - Jameis Winston QB Florida State
2. Tennessee - Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
Mariota's stock has seemed to recover after a bad patch with the help of a solid combine performance. I think the Titans like Zach Mettenberger, but ultimately I think they decide that an elite quarterback is integral to great success in the NFL and you have to take a potentially elite quarterback at the top of the draft when you have the chance and have the need.
3. Jacksonville - Leonard Williams DT USC
The Jaguars would be ecstatic to get the draft's top talent with the third pick since the top two will slightly reach for quarterbacks. Williams is the only player that I would bank money on becoming a sure fire standout in the NFL and to get him at number three would be a huge steal. The Jaguars are assuredly hoping that Tennessee takes Mariota.
4. Oakland - Kevin White WR West Virginia
5. Washington - Dante Fowler Jr. DE Florida
6. Jets - Vic Beasley LB Clemson
7. Chicago - Danny Shelton DT Washington
People who watched Shelton play in the Pac-12 this year shouldn't be surprised that he has rocketed up draft boards and into a likely Top 10 pick with his combination of size and athleticism. The 340-pound monster would be the perfect anchor for the Bears to rebuild their defense around.
8. Atlanta - Randy Gregory DE Nebraska
9. Giants - Shane Ray DE Missouri
10. St. Louis - Amari Cooper WR Alabama
11. Minnesota - Brandon Scherff T Iowa
12. Cleveland - La'el Collins T LSU
13. New Orleans - Trae Waynes CB Michigan State
14. Miami - Ereck Flowers T Miami
15. San Francisco - Andrus Peat T Stanford
Peat's stock is falling, but I think he still has the physical tools to get snatched up in an anticipated run at offensive linemen in picks 10-25 of the draft. With Mike Iupati gone and Anthony Davis battling injuries, Peat, from right down the road, would be an excellent option to help give the 49ers some quick help on the line.
16. Houston - Landon Collins S Alabama
17. San Diego - Todd Gurley RB Georgia
18. Kansas City - DeVante Parker WR Louisville
19. Cleveland - Malcolm Brown DT Texas
20. Philadelphia - Jalen Collins CB LSU
21. Cincinnati - Alvin Dupree LB Kentucky
22. Pittsburgh - Byron Jones CB UConn
23. Detroit - T.J. Clemmings T Pitt
24. Arizona - Eddie Goldman DT Florida State
25. Carolina - D.J. Humphries T Florida
26. Baltimore - Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
27. Dallas - Arik Armstead DT Oregon
The Cowboys need upgrades just about everywhere on their defense so they would be the perfect team to scoop up Armstead who is a guy who just drips talent but maybe doesn't have a set position. With his ability to stop the run, crash the pocket and knock down passes, Armstead is a versatile weapon that could help the Cowboys up front in a lot of ways.
28. Denver - Eli Harold DE Virginia
29. Indianapolis - Markus Golden DE Missouri
30. Green Bay - Jordan Phillips DT Oklahoma
31. Seattle - Jaelen Strong WR Arizona State
The Seahawks need a playmaker at receiver and Strong would be an excellent player to grab at this point as a guy who is bigger, faster and more durable than Paul Richardson. The Seahawks would be very lucky to get Strong to drop here, but I think there is a chance for it to happen since many of the teams in the 11-30 range don't have great needs for a receiver.
32. New England - Dorial Green-Beckham WR Oklahoma
33. Tennessee - A.J. Cann G South Carolina
34. Tampa Bay - Cameron Erving T Florida State
35. Oakland - Eric Kendricks LB UCLA
The Raiders desperately need to upgrade their linebackers and with Kendicks, the top inside linebacker on the board still available, he would be a great pick.
36. Jacksonville - Josue Matias G Florida State
37. Jets - Brett Hundley QB UCLA
If Mariota doesn't fall to the Jets in the first and no one scoops up Hundley by this point, I would think the Jets would have to take him.
38. Washington - Marcus Peters CB Washington
The Redskins could use a lot of help in the secondary and getting Peters in the second round due to his character questions would be a major score if they can fix his problems.
39. Chicago - P.J. Williams CB Florida State
40. Giants - Shaq Thompson LB Washington
Thompson is one of the hardest players in this draft to peg and I think his tweener characteristics and average combine numbers will drop him to the second round. The Giants need help at linebacker and Thompson would be an excellent value if he slips to the second round.
41. St. Louis - Garrett Grayson QB Colorado State
42. Atlanta - Maxx Williams TE Minnesota
43. Cleveland - Breshad Perriman WR UCF
44. New Orleans - Denzel Perryman LB Miami
45. Minnesota - Tevin Coleman RB Indiana
46. San Francisco - Devin Smith WR Ohio State
47. Miami - Carl Davis DT Iowa
48. San Diego - Michael Bennett DT Ohio State
49. Kansas City - Benardrick McKinney LB Mississippi State
50. Buffalo - Ameer Abdullah RB Nebraska
51. Houston - Sammie Coates WR Auburn
52. Philadelphia - Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE UCLA
The Eagles could really use another pass rusher and Odighizuwa is a unique talent that already has the body to play on every down.
53. Cincinnati - Ellis McCarthy DT UCLA
The Bengals need to plug in a new defensive tackle and even though McCarthy was kind of an enigma at UCLA, he has the physical tools that you cannot teach that are first-second round level.
54. Detroit - Ronald Darby CB Florida State
55. Arizona - Arie Kouandijo G Alabama
56. Pittsburgh - Paul Dawson LB TCU
57. Carolina - Justin Hardy WR East Carolina
58. Baltimore - Phillip Dorset WR Miami
59. Denver - Jeremiah Poutasi T Utah
The Broncos need to start retooling their offensive line and the mountain of a man that is Poutasi would be a great addition.
60. Indianapolis - T.J. Yeldon RB Alabama
61. Dallas - Kevin Johnson CB Wake Forest
62. Green Bay - Alex Carter CB Stanford
The Packers could use another corner and the big, physical Carter has the size to compete right away at the next level.
63. Seattle - Laken Tomlinson G Duke
64. New England - Mario Edwards DE Florida State