Since i am not sure of the order yet here is my first try at this year draft. I will update after the Super Bowl.
- Miami – Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU
I would like to see Miami trade this pick for more, since I think they need help on QB, and well every other position. Their defense just got old and Glenn Dorsey could be a good pick, thats why the obvious choice is Dorsey, look at Mario Williams.
- St. Louis – Chris Long, DE, Virginia
Since they don’t need a running back I would think that they take Chris Long because of talent or Jake Long offensive tackle from Michigan because of needs in the offensive line.
- Oakland* – Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas**
The Raiders could be getting the most talented player in this class, and with him and JaMarcus Russell this team could be turning around.
- Kansas City* – Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville
The Chiefs need help on QB and OT, on top of other positions like WR. But if they don’t trade this pick, which they should. Then I will have to say that is either Brian Brohm or Matt Ryan at QB, or Michael Oher at offensive tackle.
- Atlanta* – Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College
The Falcons are in need of a quarterback, and who better than what I think is the best prospect this year at QB.
- New York Jets – James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State**
The Jets need defense, and Laurinaitis could be a great addition to this team, look at Green Bay now with a very similar player in AJ Hawk.
- New England (from San Francisco) - Jake Long, OT, Michigan
What exactly does New England needs? I think they would just try to get younger on the offensive line or go with Antoine Cason from Arizona at CB.
- Baltimore – Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona
I would think that the Ravens try to get younger on defense but with Brian Billick gone and the recent problems at QB, I think they may look into Andre Woodson from Kentucky.
- Cincinnati – Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC
The Bengal’s need to get better on defense, and Sedrick Ellis would be a great player to start building a defensive line.
- New Orleans – Calais Campbell, DE, Miami**
The Saints still have work to do on defense and for me their other option would be Malcolm Jenkins the corner from Ohio State.
- Buffalo* – Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss**
The other players that may be consider here are Ryan Clady, OT from Boise State or Sam Baker, OT from USC.
- Denver* – Sam Baker, OT, USC
There are needs for the Broncos on both defense and offense but they also need to keep Jay Cutler safe, and with either Ryan Clady or Sam Baker their protection will increase.
- Carolina – Dan Connor, LB, Penn State
Panthers need to put their defense back like past years. Another option would be Keith Rivers, linebacker at USC.
- Chicago – Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky
The Bears have to take care of their biggest problem that has hunted them for years now.
- Detroit – Ryan Clady, OT, Boise State
Another team in need of offensive tackle. Gosder Cherilus form Boston College could jump in here if Ryan Clady is already taken.
- Arizona – Gosder Cherilus, OT, Boston College
The biggest problems with the Cardinals in the past years have been the offensive line, now between last year and this year this could become a past issue.
- Minnesota – Keith Rivers, LB, USC
The defense on the Vikings could be getting better, but their true need is at QB, which they will wait unless one of the top three (Ryan, Brohm, and Woodson) still available.
- Houston – Malcolm Jenkins, DB, Ohio State
With the addition of a defensive back the Texans would be building a great defense for the upcoming years. There other option if Jenkins is already drafted is Reggie Smith from Oklahoma if he decides to come out for the draft.
- Philadelphia – Malcolm Kelly, WR, Oklahoma**
The Eagles need receivers and the other two great options are Early Doucet from LSU and DeSean Jackson form Cal.
- Tampa Bay – DeSean Jackson, WR, Cal
The need for a play maker in Tampa is bigger than the need for a traditional wide receiver that’s why I think Jackson is a better fit than Doucet from LSU.
- Washington – Kenny Phillips, S, Miami
It would be great if Phillips could become the next Sean Taylor in Washington.
- Dallas (from Cleveland) – Early Doucet, WR, LSU
There is also need in the offensive line for the Cowboys, but the duo of Doucet and TO could be a great exclamation point for an already very good team.
- Seattle – Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon
The running back position in Seattle is not what it used to be two year ago. So it would be good to start early with Stewart.
- Pittsburgh – Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh
If the bigger need at offensive tackle is not the number one choice then Tyson Jackson defensive end from LSU could be a great addition to this defense, assuming he doesn’t decide to stay for his senior season.
- Tennessee – Mario Manningham, WR, Michigan**
Manningham would come in and have an immediate impact since Vince Young needs as much help as he can get on the receiving side of the ball. Another player that may be a choice for the Titans is Limas Sweed from Texas.
- New York Giants – Mike Jenkins, DB, USF
They need defensive backs that can complement that front seven. And is either Jenkins or Brandon Flowers from Virginia Tech, assuming he enters the draft.
- San Diego – Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU**
The Chargers need a DE and it is between Tyson Jackson and Derrick Harvey defensive end from Florida.
- Jacksonville - Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida**
The Jaguars love Florida players and Harvey by adding some size could get to be a great player in the future.
- Green Bay – Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia**
This is the only position in Green Bay that may have questions. So Slaton could be the answer.
- Dallas – Brandon Flowers, DB, Virginia Tech **
Defensive back that will help the Cowboys. With Newman helping in the learning process Flower could be the next Dallas defensive back star. Aqib Talib from Kansas may be a great choice as well.
- San Francisco (from Indianapolis) – James Hardy, WR, Indiana**
Alex Smith needs more players around him, and hopefully that will make a difference in his game.
- New England – no pick
*Order still to be determined by NFL
**Junior players who may decide to go into the draft.