1. Kansas City Chiefs—Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
The 3-4 defense is staying in Kansas City, but defensive ends Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson may not. Adding a big-bodied five-technique guy makes sense.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars—Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
The Jaguars have something in Justin Blackmon, but he'll never be a downfield threat. Markus Wheaton can be.
3. Detroit Lions—Cornellius Carradine, DE, FSU
Injuries could keep Carradine from playing in 2013, but the Lions can afford to wait one season for a player who has top-20 potential.
4. Oakland Raiders—Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee
Carson Palmer hasn't been the answer in the short term and definitely isn't a solution long term. Tyler Bray could sit for a year or two before taking over in Oakland.
5. Philadelphia Eagles—Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (OH)
New head coach Chip Kelly will have to evolve his fast-paced spread offense for the NFL, and that could mean bringing in a big-league passer like Dysert to develop as his guy.
6. Cleveland Browns—Will Davis, CB, Utah State
A small-school stud with room to move up the board, Davis would be a candidate to start in his first season opposite Joe Haden.
7. Arizona Cardinals—Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford
Building up the pass-rushing talent is key for the Cardinals. They might also consider another offensive lineman here. Or a quarterback.
8. Tennessee Titans—David Amerson, CB, NC State
Amerson fell from the top 10 all the way to Round 3 after showing up poorly in man coverage. He has a chance to redeem himself if he can show the talent that led to 13 interceptions in 2011.
9. Buffalo Bills—Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
The Bills lack a big wide receiver to stretch the field, and Da'Rick Rogers has a first-round skill set with off-field questions to drive his value down.
10. New York Jets—Brandon Jenkins, OLB, FSU
Jenkins struggled to stay healthy at Florida State, but this edge-rusher would be a great addition once healthy in the Jets' 3-4 scheme.
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State
The Buccaneers may need to make cornerback a higher priority, depending on free agency. Jamar Taylor fits the mold as a physical cover man with early starting potential.
12. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)—Bennie Logan, DE, LSU
The 49ers desperately missed Justin Smith when he was out this year. They also need to get younger at the position. Logan is an experienced five-technique end who can stand up offensive linemen.
13. New Orleans Saints—Menelik Watson, OT, FSU
Jermon Bushrod enters free agency this season, and the team could be looking for a younger, more athletic upgrade. Watson is definitely that.
14. St. Louis Rams—D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina
A big hitter who can also cover, Swearinger would be right at home in Jeff Fisher's physical defense.
15. San Diego Chargers—Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
The Chargers use two of their first three picks on the offensive line as new head coach Mike McCoy won't let their terrible line play hinder his early success.
16. Miami Dolphins—Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
The Dolphins badly need this kind of speed at wide receiver. Patton is a sleeper with great upside as a No. 2 option for Ryan Tannehill.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers—Tony Jefferson, FS, Oklahoma
The Steelers know that Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu can't play forever. Tony Jefferson gives them a young stud to groom for the future.
18. Dallas Cowboys—Chris Faulk, OT, LSU
Faulk projects best as a right tackle in the NFL, but the Dallas Cowboys can experiment with he and Tyron Smith to find the best matchup for the two young powerhouse tackles.
19. New York Giants—Alvin Bailey, OG, Arkansas
Solidifying the interior of the offensive line and just adding depth is a smart move for the New York Giants in Round 3.
20. Miami Dolphins (from Chicago)—Robert Alford, CB, SE Louisiana
One of the fastest players in the 2013 draft class, Alford has the skills to transition from small-school to big-time player early on.
21. Cincinnati Bengals—T.J. McDonald, FS, USC
The Bengals will be looking at free safeties as early as Round 1. While McDonald isn't great in coverage, he makes up for it in run support and with an athletic ceiling.
22. Washington Redskins—Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia
With a name like Rambo, it's fitting that Bacarri loves to hit. The Redskins are desperate for an ugprade at free safety, and the Georgia product is a great fit.
23. Minnesota Vikings—Brian Winters, OG, Kent State
A college guard, Winters can come in and immediately upgrade the right guard position with Geoff Schwartz headed to free agency.
24. Indianapolis Colts—Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M
The transition to a 3-4 defense continues. If Porter can play like he did in 2011, the Colts will have the steal of the draft.
25. Seattle Seahawks—Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
A highly productive running back who doesn't do any one thing exceptionally well, Ball is a great complementary back for Marshawn Lynch.
26. Green Bay Packers—Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
Adding speed in the event that Greg Jennings leaves in free agency and Donald Driver retires, Stedman Bailey will give the Packers the most exciting run-after-catch crew in the NFL.
27. Houston Texans—Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas
Andre Johnson desperately needs help on the other side of the field. Hamilton, along with DeVier Posey, will finally start drawing the attention of NFL secondaries.
28. Denver Broncos—Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
The Broncos lack a home-run hitter at running back, and Randle can do that as a runner and receiver. He's the solution to Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno's inconsistencies.
29. New England Patriots—Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma
Why not? Ryan Mallett is likely to see interest as a starting quarterback soon, and Tom Brady isn't getting any younger. Draft for the future.
30. Atlanta Falcons—Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
Lattimore is unlikely to play in 2013, but the Falcons won't need him right away. If he can bounce back from two ACL tears in two years (one on each knee), Atlanta will have a steal.
31. Baltimore Ravens—Lavar Edwards, DE/OLB, LSU
With Paul Kruger hitting free agency, the Ravens can't pass up an athletic pass-rusher at this point in the draft.
32. San Francisco 49ers—Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern State
The nose tackle position needs an upgrade in San Francisco, and this small-school gem has starting potential.