1. Kansas City Chiefs—WR Marquise Goodwin, Texas
Cutting Steve Breaston opens room for a slot receiver, and Goodwin adds return ability that the team doesn't have.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars—DE Corey Lemonier, Auburn
Jason Babin's inconsistency is an issue, and Lemonier is an ideal fit for Gus Bradley's defensive system.
3. Detroit Lions—DE Sam Montgomery, LSU
With Cliff Avril a free agent, defensive end becomes a priority. Sam Montgomery has to give better effort, but the talent is there.
4. Oakland Raiders—CB Will Davis, Utah State
The Raiders had some of the worst cornerback play in the NFL last season. This is a need pick.
5. Philadelphia Eagles—NT John Jenkins, Georgia
A move to a 3-4 defense means adding a nose tackle. Jenkins can be a day-one starter for Chip Kelly.
6. Cleveland Browns—OLB Brandon Jenkins, FSU
The Browns will adopt a 3-4 defense, and to do that they need quick-twitch athletes off the edge.
7. Arizona Cardinals—DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina
Darnell Dockett's future is in doubt, and even if he's back, youth and strength are needed.
8. Tennessee Titans—TE Jordan Reed, Florida
Jared Cook may or may not be back in 2013, but either way the Titans need more options in the passing game.
9. Buffalo Bills—OT Justin Pugh, Syracuse
Pugh was good enough to pass-protect for Doug Marrone at Syracuse; he'll be good enough to do the same in Buffalo.
10. New York Jets—QB Tyler Wilson, Arkansas
Mark Sanchez isn't the answer; Tyler Wilson could be. The Jets need another option.
11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—OT Oday Aboushi, Virginia
Left tackle Donald Penn is solid; right tackle Demar Dotson is not. Aboushi can start in his first season.
12. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)—WR Terrance Williams, Baylor
Mario Manningham's injury and Randy Moss' age means the 49ers will be adding receivers in the draft.
13. New Orleans Saints—SS Matt Elam, Florida
The Saints need all the help they can get on defense. Elam is a versatile hitter who lacks elite size.
14. San Diego Chargers—CB Tharold Simon, LSU
The Chargers are getting old at cornerback. Simon has the chops to be an early impact as a nickel cornerback.
15. Miami Dolphins—RT Jordan Mills, La. Tech
If Jake Long isn't back, Mills starts at right tackle. If Jake Long is back, Mills could push Jon Martin inside to guard.
16. St. Louis Rams—RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
Steven Jackson likely won't be back. The Rams can replace him with his clone. Once healthy, Lattimore will be a steal.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers—FS Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma
The age of the Pittsburgh safeties is a concern. Jefferson will add youth and speed to a slowed-down defense.
18. Dallas Cowboys—OC Barrett Jones, Alabama
The Cowboys need a new center to match up with their new guard. Jones has the ability to be a 12-year starter here.
19. New York Giants—OC Travis Frederick, Wisconsin
The Giants face tough decisions on David Diehl and Chris Snee. Frederick can add depth or come in and replace David Baas.
20. Miami Dolphins (from Chicago)—WR Kenny Stills, Oklahoma
The Dolphins need to keep adding targets for Ryan Tannehill. Stills can be a stud in the slot.
21. Minnesota Vikings—QB Tyler Bray, Tennessee
Christian Ponder hasn't convinced anyone that he's the long-term answer. Bray gives Minnesota a big arm to pair with its third-year starter.
22. Cincinnati Bengals—DE Quanterus Smith, Western Kentucky
Smith has first-round talent, if healthy. The Bengals can afford to wait on his knee to heal.
23. Washington Redskins—OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas
Bailey is an athletic, moving guard who is ideal for the Redskins' zone scheme up front.
24. Indianapolis Colts—OLB Chase Thomas, Stanford
No more Dwight Freeney and uncertainty about Jerry Hughes opens a hole at outside linebacker.
25. Seattle Seahawks—OLB DeVonte Holloman, South Carolina
One of the best coverage linebackers in this class, Holloman could be a starter in his rookie season.
26. Green Bay Packers—RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State
The Packers won't bring back Cedric Benson, but they still need an every-down back. Randle can be that guy.
27. Houston Texans—DE Kwame Geathers, Georgia
Geathers has the body and strength to be an asset as a 3-4 defensive end in his rookie season. He's versatile enough to slide inside.
28. Denver Broncos—WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
A speedy slot receiver who has return potential, Swope will be Peyton Manning's new best friend.
29. New England Patriots—WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tenn. Tech
Brandon Lloyd's future may be limited in New England. The Patriots need a big outside receiver like Rogers to stretch the field.
30. Atlanta Falcons—TE Vance McDonald, Rice
Tony Gonzalez has, at best, one year left in the tank. McDonald can become the future of the position in Atlanta.
31. San Francisco 49ers—SS T.J. McDonald, USC
McDonald comes to San Francisco to play a position his dad used to play for the 49ers. He's the hitter Jim Harbaugh likes at safety.
32. Baltimore Ravens—QB Mike Glennon, N.C. State
We all assume that Joe Flacco will be back in 2013, but the Ravens need a quarterback with or without him. Glennon can be a backup and future trade bait.