Let's take a quick look at the picks Kiper made and how they stack up:
1. Indianapolis Colts: QB Andrew Luck
No brainer. Luck is the consensus pick here.
2. St. Louis Rams: WR Justin Blackmon
Kiper mentions the possibility of a trade down here, which most assume will happen come draft day.
3. Minnesota Vikings: OT Matt Kalil
The Vikings need to protect Christian Ponder, and Kalil is the best available offensive tackle.
4. Cleveland Browns: QB Robert Griffin III
As of mid-February, the chances Griffin makes it to the fourth pick remain remote.
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: RB Trent Richardson
The Buccaneers weren't a good running team in 2011, and LeGarrette Blount might not be an every-down back.
6. Washington Redskins: CB Morris Claiborne
The value for Claiborne at No. 6 certainly fits.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Quinton Coples
The Jaguars are in great need of pass rush, and Coples might be the top 4-3 defensive end in the draft.
8. Carolina Panthers: DT Michael Brockers
As the Panthers continue to build a young, talented roster, defensive line remains a huge need.
9, Miami Dolphins: OT Riley Reiff
A combination of Jake Long and Riley Reiff at offensive tackle might eventually rank as the top in the NFL.
10. Buffalo Bills: LB Courtney Upshaw
The only way the Bills are going to take the next step is if they add pressure on defense. Upshaw is a versatile pass rusher who can contribute right away.
11. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Kuechly
Kuechly could team with Derrick Johnson in the middle of Kansas City's 3-4 defense.
12. Seattle Seahawks: DE Melvin Ingram
The Seahawks aren't missing many pieces on defense, but pass rusher opposite Chris Clemons is one.
13. Arizona Cardinals: OT Jonathan Martin
The Cardinals may have to replace overpaid left tackle Levi Brown this offseason.
14. Dallas Cowboys: S Mark Barron
Is a rehabbing Barron too risky to pick at No. 14?
15. Philadelphia Eagles: DT Fletcher Cox
Linebacker is the biggest need in Philadelphia, but the Giants proved you can never have enough good pass rushers.
16. New York Jets: G Cordy Glenn
The Jets have to get back to the identity that got them to back-to-back AFC Championship games, and helping the running game with a mauler at guard is a start.
17. Cincinnati Bengals: CB Dre Kirkpatrick
The Bengals didn't have a replacement for Johnathan Joseph in 2011, and Leon Hall is recovering from a knee injury.
18. San Diego Chargers: WR Michael Floyd
Losing VIncent Jackson in free agency makes receiver a need for the Chargers.
19. Chicago Bears: OT Mike Adams
Receiver is a big need for Chicago, but Adams would give the Bears a young tackle combination with 2011 first rounder Gabe Carimi.
20. Tennessee Titans: DE Whitney Mercilus
The Titans defense struggled at times to generate pass rush in 2011, which is something Mercilus showed he can provide by bringing down a nation-high 16 quarterbacks during his senior year.
21. Cincinnati Bengals: G David DeCastro
The Bengals would do backflips if the top guard in the class fell to them at No. 21.
22. Cleveland Browns: WR Kendall Wright
Wright to the Browns at No. 22 gives Cleveland a taste of Waco, Texas, as Kiper had Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III to the Browns at No. 4.
23. Detroit Lions: CB Janoris Jenkins
The Lions lack of depth in the secondary hurt them down the stretch in 2011.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers: DT Dontari Poe
An aging defensive front would get a big lift from an infusion of youth.
25. Denver Broncos: DT Devon Still
The Broncos have the horses to rush the passer from the edge, now it's time to add a threat inside.
26. Houston Texans: DT Jerel Worthy
The Texans continue to stock Wade Phillips' defense with horses up front.
27. New England Patriots: OLB Vinny Curry
It would be interesting to see how Bill Belichick could use an electric athlete like Curry in the Patriots' defense.
28. Green Bay Packers: S Harrison Smith
We won't know until March if safety is a first-round need for the Packers. Nick Collins' neck injury holds the cards at that position.
29. Baltimore Ravens: C Peter Konz
Konz would be a natural replacement for veteran center Matt Birk in Baltimore.
30. San Francisco 49ers: WR Rueben Randle
Randle would cross off the 49ers need for another pass-catching option in Jim Harbaugh's offense.
31. New England Patriots: DT Kendall Reyes
I think Patriots fans could have a problem if the team doesn't add secondary help in the first round.
32. New York Giants: TE Dwayne Allen
A vertical tight end threat would put the Giants offense in the Packers-Saints-Patriots range in 2012.