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  1. PICK NO.
    1
    QB
    FLORIDA ST.
    Winston has some immaturity issues, but he has ideal size, arm strength and touch. He’s ready to play Day 1.
  2. PICK NO.
    2
    OLB
    NEBRASKA
    Gregory is tall, long and explosive. The Titans could take a QB here, but instead opt to add more punch to their pass rush .
  3. PICK NO.
    3
    OLB
    FLORIDA
    Fowler has an explosive burst and strong hands and plays with fanatical effort. He’ll be a great fit for Gus Bradley’s defense.
  4. PICK NO.
    4
    WR
    WEST VIRGINIA
    The Raiders need to surround their young QB with weapons. White is a complete receiver, and his competitiveness is off the charts.
  5. PICK NO.
    5
    The Redskins need help in several areas, and Williams would be a steal at this spot. He can dominate versus the run and pass.
  6. PICK NO.
    6
    QB
    OREGON
    A new regime usually means a new signal-caller. Mariota needs some time to develop, but he could be the answer to the Jets' QB woes.
  7. PICK NO.
    7
    DE
    MISSOURI
    Ray is a dynamic edge rusher, something the Bears desperately need.
  8. PICK NO.
    8
    WR
    ALABAMA
    Roddy White isn’t getting any younger, and Cooper would be a perfect complement to Julio Jones. Roll Tide!
  9. PICK NO.
    9
    NT
    WASHINGTON
    The Giants need to get stronger up front, and Shelton is a force vs. the run. He would slow the rushing attacks in Dallas and Philadelphia.
  10. PICK NO.
    10
    CB
    MICHIGAN ST.
    It’s not a great year for CBs, but Waynes is intriguing. He has good size, speed and agility. His physical style will appeal to Jeff Fisher.
  11. PICK NO.
    11
    WR
    LOUISVILLE
    This pick would reunite Parker with his former college quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater.
  12. PICK NO.
    12
    OT
    PITTSBURGH
    This class has depth at the tackle position but lacks elite prospects. Clemmings isn’t sexy, but he’ll be a solid Day 1 starter at RT.
  13. PICK NO.
    13
    DT
    OREGON
    Armstead is similar in size to Calais Campbell and is a better player out of college. He would perfectly complement Junior Gallette and Cam Jordan.
  14. PICK NO.
    14
    ILB
    MISSISSIPPI ST.
    McKinney has the size to bang inside with linemen and plenty of speed/athleticism to make plays in coverage.
  15. PICK NO.
    15
    DT
    TEXAS
    Justin Smith might’ve played his last NFL game, and Brown is a plug-and-play prospect. He has excellent strength at the point of attack.
  16. PICK NO.
    16
    OT
    STANFORD
    I was a bit disappointed after studying Peat, but he has excellent size, quick feet and football smarts. He’s young and should continue to develop.
  17. PICK NO.
    17
    DT
    FLORIDA ST.
    Goldman could play NT or DE in the Chargers defense. He is a powerful run defender and plays with high effort.
  18. PICK NO.
    18
    WR
    OKLAHOMA
    Andy Reid isn’t afraid to take a chance on a player with off-field issues (Michael Vick). DGB has as much talent as any WR in the draft.
  19. PICK NO.
    19
    WR
    OHIO ST.
    Smith should continue to climb as we head into the postseason. He has elite play speed, and the Browns need to get bigger at the position.
  20. PICK NO.
    20
    SS
    ALABAMA
    Collins would be a huge upgrade in Philadelphia, and his physical play style fits the NFC East.
  21. PICK NO.
    21
    OLB
    KENTUCKY
    Dupree is a raw prospect, but he has big-time edge speed and double-digit sack potential.
  22. PICK NO.
    22
    FS
    LOUISVILLE
    The Steelers need to address the safety position, and Holliman is a ball magnet. He isn’t reliable in run support, but his playmaking ability might entice the Steelers to reach for him.
  23. PICK NO.
    23
    CB
    FLORIDA ST.
    The Lions could upgrade the O-line, but there won’t be many good options at this spot. Williams is a physical CB and should be able to play right away.
  24. PICK NO.
    24
    OLB
    VIRGINIA
    The Cardinals' secondary is loaded, but they need to add some talent/depth to their pass rush. Harold has good burst, quick hands and versatility.
  25. PICK NO.
    25
    OT
    IOWA
    Scherff is a mauling run blocker and would be a big upgrade in Carolina.
  26. PICK NO.
    26
    WR
    MICHIGAN
    Steve Smith is not going to play much longer. Some evaluators like Funchess as a tight end, but I prefer him on the outside, where he can use his size/strength to overpower defenders.
  27. PICK NO.
    27
    RB
    WISCONSIN
    The Cowboys have a big decision to make about re-signing DeMarco Murray. Gordon would be a nice fallback plan.
  28. PICK NO.
    28
    OT
    LSU
    Collins is a very physical run blocker, and some of his issues in pass protection would be covered up with the move from tackle to guard.
  29. PICK NO.
    29
    OLB
    CLEMSON
    The Colts would spark their rush by using Beasley on passing downs until he gets physically strong enough to play on early downs. He has an ideal mentor in Robert Mathis.
  30. PICK NO.
    30
    ILB
    MIAMI
    Perryman would be a great fit and give the Packers' inside linebackers much-needed youth and athleticism.
  31. PICK NO.
    31
    RB
    GEORGIA
    Bill Belichick isn’t afraid to buck the trend. Devaluing the running back position? Not when it comes to a player like Gurley.
  32. PICK NO.
    32
    DE
    MISSISSIPPI ST.
    Smith is a versatile defensive lineman and plays with great effort, leverage and quickness.
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