The NFL draft is two months away still, and the first round will change drastically because of free-agent signings that are set to commence March 11. The official period begins on March 11, and teams will have the opportunity to add much-needed talent to their rosters.
When draft day does roll around, much of the excitement will center on what the Houston Texans do at pick No. 1. Will new head coach Bill O'Brien add an elite pass-rusher like South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney? Or will he select a franchise quarterback, whether it be Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles or the always-controversial Johnny Manziel?
It's said to be one of the deepest draft classes in quite some time, so O'Brien could always elect to trade out of the first overall selection.
It's way too early to get a read on it, but here's a glimpse of what may happen on that early weekend in May. As per the usual mock draft rules, there are no trades in this mock, although assuredly a handful of teams will move up or down in the first round.
All Scouting Combine numbers are per NFL.com.