There will be more detailed picks to come, including multiple rounds and combine interview breakdowns, but for now here is the rest of the first round:
No. 11. Kansas City - Mike Adams | OT | Ohio St. - I can easily see the Chiefs taking a quarterback here, but since they are still in the running for either Matt Flynn or Peyton Manning, I'll save that for another update. Mike Adams will help protect whoever is taking snaps for Chiefs, while shoring up their line for years to come.
No. 12. Cincinnati - from Seattle - Trent Richardson | RB | Alabama - If Trent Richardson falls this far...and that's a BIG if...I see Cincinnati trading up to snatch him up. Cedric Benson isn't taking advantage of what I think is one of the better offensive lines in the NFL. Richardson would go into 2012 as the leading Offensive Rookie of the Year candidate with that kind of blocking.
No. 13. Arizona - Michael Floyd | WR | Notre Dame - Arizona NEEDS someone else to throw the ball to other than Larry Fitzgerald. Whether their quarterback is John Skelton or Kevin Kolb is neither here nor there—Michael Floyd would provide a nice compliment to Fitzgerald, and he would also take some of the coverage away from Fitz as well.
No. 14. Dallas - Janoris Jenkins | CB | Northern Alabama - Rob Ryan needs help—in more ways than one. A top five talent at cornerback would be a nice start, as Dallas has a glaring weakness in the secondary. Janoris Jenkins, has had off the field issues, but Jerry Jones has started to look the other way when it comes to character concerns. If Jenkins can keep his mind right, he'll be a first game starter for Big D.
No. 15. Philadelphia - Luke Kuechly | LB | Boston College - If you look for one of the biggest weaknesses in the "Dream Team" last season, you will more times than not end up with their linebacking corp. I'll be the first to admit that I thought Casey Matthews would have been able to handle it. Not only was he not the answer, but nobody on their roster was really effective all year. Andy Reid doesn't usually draft linebackers this early, but he might have to this year. Why not, when the best linebacker in this year's draft is right there waiting for you? Luke Kuechly was one of the few bright spots for this year's BC defense. He would be a no brainer pick at this point in the draft.
No. 16. New York Jets - Courtney Upshaw | OLB | Alabama - Rex Ryan needs a pass rushing defensive lineman so that he can stop bringing "everything but the kitchen sink," as Cris Collinsworth would say. Courtney Upshaw is the best option for the Jets at this point in the draft. He will help return Ryan's defense to dominance in 2012.
No. 17. Seattle - from Cincinnati - from Oakland - Ryan Tannehill | QB | Texas A&M - I definitely see Seattle trading down in the first round, either here or further down, since they're too far away from RG3 or Andy Luck. They'll take the next best thing in Ryan Tannehill. If anything, he'll provide nice competition to Tavaris Jackson. I expect Tannehill to be over valued on draft day, as most QBs usually are. He's a second-round pick that will most likely go in the mid-first round.
No. 18. San Diego - Nick Perry | DE | USC - Say it with me, Norv...P A S S - R U S H...the Bolts in Baby Blue need to get more pressure on the quarterback. Nick Perry would provide that pressure and add some "Nasty" to this rather tame defense.
No. 19. Chicago - Mohamed Sanu | WR | Rutgers - Chicago needs to draft for Jay Cutler, whether it's in the form of a receiver or a lineman. I can see this pick going either way between Sanu or David DeCastro, but since there will be other nice offensive line prospects later in the draft, I see the Bears drafting a wideout early. Sanu had a great season for the Scarlet Knights and he would be a day one starter on this team.
No. 20. Tennessee - David DeCastro | OG | Stanford - The Titans spent a lot of money on Chris Johnson (although very much well deserved). They now need to pave the road for him. Their offensive line took a step back last season, and David DeCastro would help get this unit back to it's former standards. DeCastro is the best interior lineman in this year's draft.
No. 21. Cincinnati - Alfonzo Denard | CB | Nebraska - The Bengals need to replenish their aging secondary. Aflonzo Denard had a great season for the Corn Huskers of Nebraska and with a great performance at the combine, his stock could be on the rise come April.
No. 22. St. Louis - from Cleveland - from Atlanta - Zebrie Sanders | OT | Florida St. - St. Louis NEEDS to protect Sam Bradford. He is a great QB...when he stays on his feet and has targets to throw to. Luckily, the Rams have a shiny new toy in Justin Blackmon, so they'll have a target. Zebrie Sanders could provide the protection. With a good pro day and combine, he very well could be gone at this point.
No. 23. Detroit - Vontaze Burfict | LB | Arizona St. - This pick makes perfect sense: Detroit needs a linebacker, and Vontaze Burfict needs a home big enough for his attitude and ego. In the right environment, Burfict could be the next Lawrence Taylor. I think he would flourish in Detroit's "Bad Boy" defense.
No. 24. Pittsburgh - Stephon Gilmore | CB | South Carolina - After getting torched by Denver of all teams, I think the Steelers are starting to realize that they can't play their veterans forever. They'll need to draft for the future and for depth. Stephon Gilmore would be a great addition to the secondary of Pittsburgh. He, like Zebrie Sanders, might not be available at this point with a great pro day and combine.
No. 25. Denver - Michael Brockers | DT | LSU - Brockers shouldn't be available at this point. He is an absolute terror and if he does fall this far to Denver, they wouldn't think twice about turning in this pick. With Brockers, Dumervil and Miller the Bronco's would be set for the foreseeable future.
No. 26. Houston - Alshon Jeffrey | WR | South Carolina
No. 27. New England - from New Orleans - Whitney Mercilus | DE | Illinois
No. 28. Green Bay - Mark Barron | SS | Alabama
No. 29. Baltimore - Peter Konz | C | Wisconsin
No. 30. San Francisco - Cordy Glenn | OG | Georgia
No. 31. New England - Rueben Randle | WR | LSU
No. 32. New York Giants - Dwayne Allen | TE | Clemson
Think I'm wrong (...and you're probably right)? Who would you pick?