1. Colts: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford. The question isnít if theyíll take Luck; itís if they will have contract terms in place before Round 1 next Thursday.



2. Redskins: Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor. Football fans down I-95 finally have a reason for excitement. Iím eager to see how RGIIIís game translates.



3. Vikings: Matt Kalil, OT, USC. This pick could be in play for a trade, but if not, they would be crazy to not take this tackle to protect Christian Ponder.



4. Browns: Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M. Hereís where the draft will start to get interesting. Do they like Tannehill enough to reach for him here?



5. Buccaneers: Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama. Thereís talk the Bucs love Morris Claiborne but things may change if Richardson gets past the Browns.



6. Rams: Justin Blackmon, WR, OklahomaState. Which top-tier prospect will be there at No. 6? Ideally it would be Blackmon, the draftís top wideout.



7. Jaguars: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU. If some team covets Tannehill early, the Jaguars will luck out and land a top prospect such as Claiborne.



8. Dolphins: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa. If the Dolphins want Tannehill, they may have to move to get him. If not, they have plenty of other holes to fill.



9. Panthers: Fletcher Cox, DT, MississippiState. The Panthers need to beef up their front four and Cox is solidifying himself as one of the top D-tackles.



10. Bills: Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame. They could go offensive line, but flanking Floyd opposite of Stevie Johnson would boost their pass attack.



11. Chiefs: Luke Kuechly, ILB, BostonCollege. Inside linebackers taken this early donít always pan out, but GM Scott Pioli has drafted them high before.



12. Seahawks:David DeCastro, OG, Stanford. A few draft analysts have hailed DeCastro as the second coming of former Seahawk Steve Hutchinson.



13. Cardinals: Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB, South Carolina. Theyíd probably like to select a receiver or a tackle, but Ingram would be a better value here.



14. Cowboys: Mark Barron, S, Alabama. The Cowboys have needs at both safety and corner, but Barron is said to be a rising prospect and a safe pick.



15. Eagles: Michael Brockers, DT, LSU. Whispers out of Philly say they may draft a defensive tackle. Of his peers, Brockers might have the most upside.



16. Jets: Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis. Legit or not, comparisons have been made to Haloti Ngata. Might that tempt Rex Ryan and the Jets to target Poe?



17. Bengals: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama. The Bengals need to find a replacement for Johnathan Joseph, who was missed during the 2011 season.



18. Chargers: Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina. The Chargers defense ranked 28th in yards allowed per attempt this year. Gilmore should help out.



19. Bears:Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina. They need a defensive end to bookend with Julius Peppers, who also played college ball in Chapel Hill.



20. Titans: Nick Perry, DE, USC. If Kirkpatrick or Gilmore are on the board when they pick, I could see them taking one. If not the pass rush needs work.






21. Bengals: Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor. The Bengals hit a home run last year withA.J. Green. Adding Wright would give Cincy a formidable duo.



22. Browns: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford. If they do go with Tannehill, they would be wise to protect their investment with a lineman like Martin.



23. Lions: Mike Adams, OT, OhioState. He appears to have the tools to be a left tackle in the NFL but his work ethic and character have been questioned.



24. Steelers: Cordy Glenn, OT/G, Georgia. The Steelers need both a right tackle and a guard. This mountainous man can play one of those positions.



25. Broncos: Jerel Worthy, DT, MichiganState. They were unable to take care of their defensive line in free agency, so taking Worthy makes sense.



26. Texans: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech. It will be interesting to see if interest in Hill meets all the media hype after his strong combine showing.



27. Patriots: Courtney Upshaw, DE/OLB, Alabama. The Patriots need to boost their pass rush if they are going to play wide receivers at cornerback.



28. Packers: Shea Mcclellin, DE/OLB, BoiseState. There is chatter that he could climb into the first round. He would fit well in the Packers defense.



29. Ravens: Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin. Iím sticking with Konz here. He was in for a visit, and he makes a heck of a lot of sense on paper for the Ravens.



30. 49ers: Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama. Character concerns could push him out of the first round, but the 49ers arenít afraid to take some risks.



31. Patriots: David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech. The Patriots love to throw the ball, but Wilson is a well-rounded back who can block and catch, too.



32. Giants: Dontía Hightower, ILB, Alabama. Even after trading for Keith Rivers, the reigning Super Bowl champs need reinforcements at linebacker.