Surprises are the most exciting, most anticipated element of the NFL draft.
We all know that Andrew Luck is going first overall to the Colts and Robert Griffin III second to the Redskins. But after that it's anybody's guess.
Even in the early portion of the first round, there will no doubt be some kind of shocker that no one saw coming, via a trade, a reach or just a team taking a position that seems like they don't need.
But those surprises affect more than just the team or teams involved. They affect every team throughout the remainder of the draft as well, sometimes for the good, sometimes for the better.
Say the Browns pass on Trent Richardson at No. 4: that means a team down the line can take the Alabama star. Or if the Jaguars or Seahawks pass on Michael Floyd, then the Bills can land him.
One for each team, here are circumstances that every GM, head coach and fan would like to see play out.