1. Houston Texans: Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri
The Texans lose out on the top outside linebacker options, but Kony Ealy isn't a bad consolation prize. Like they would need to do with Jadeveon Clowney—should they choose to draft him first overall instead of a quarterback—the Texans would need to figure out how to use Ealy in their 3-4 defense.
2. Washington: Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
Washington finally gets to pick here after losing their first-round pick in the trade that brought Robert Griffin III to D.C. Barry Cofield mans the middle of that defensive line right now, so this is a bit of a stretch, but this would be a "best player available" situation.
3. Cleveland Browns: Marqise Lee, WR, USC
The Browns have addressed quarterback and cornerback in this draft, so it's high time they add another weapon to complement wide receiver Josh Gordon. Marqise Lee's draft stock took a tumble after a poor junior season, but his loss could be Cleveland's gain here.
4. Oakland Raiders: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
Given how much the Oakland Raiders reportedly love Derek Carr, per David White of the Fresno Bee, this outcome might be too good to be true.
5. Atlanta Falcons: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
The Falcons shored up their pass rush in the first round, so it is time to nab their starting right tackle. The massive lineman played on both sides of the line in college, and landing him after Khalil Mack would be a coup for Atlanta.
6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
Though the Buccaneers signed Brandon Myers, they could use a long-term solution at the tight end position. Jace Amaro is a nice all-around player, though he is not an athletic wonder.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
The Jaguars nabbed arguably the best player in the draft when Jadeveon Clowney fell to them at No. 3, and now they get their quarterback of the future. Zach Mettenberger may not be the top option in the draft, but he has plenty of potential.
8. Minnesota Vikings: Lamarcus Joyner, DB, Florida State
Minnesota needs to pair Harrison Smith with a quality free safety, and Lamarcus Joyner has the potential to be quite good at the next level.
9. Buffalo Bills: Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State
Jairus Byrd flew south to New Orleans this offseason, leaving a gaping hole at safety for the Bills.
10. Tennessee Titans: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
Finally, a running back gets taken. Carlos Hyde has off-field concerns otherwise he might crack the first round. The big back will serve as a replacement for Chris Johnson, whom the Titans recently cut.
11. New York Giants: Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
The Giants signed Geoff Schwartz and J.D. Walton to bolster the interior of their offensive line, but they still need another quality guard. Dozier could be that man as a rookie.
12. St. Louis Rams: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
More facelifting for the St. Louis secondary here, which needs help at cornerback as well as safety.
13. Detroit Lions: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
The Lions might have signed Golden Tate, but they need to upgrade at the No. 3 receiver spot.
14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice
The Steelers have an aging Ike Taylor and the inconsistent William Gay to go along with solid Cortez Allen at cornerback. They could use a young, solid player to add to that group.
15. Baltimore Ravens: Stephon Tuitt, DL, Notre Dame
It's time to start thinking about the future at defensive end in Baltimore with Chris Canty and Haloti Ngata both getting up there in age. Stephon Tuitt is a versatile lineman coming out of Notre Dame who could blossom into a nice player for the Ravens.
16. Dallas Cowboys: Terrence Brooks, S, USC
Free safety is among Dallas' needs this offseason, and Terrence Brooks is the best available rookie at this stage.
17. New York Jets: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
Two offensive picks to start the draft for the Jets? This might be the most unrealistic part of this mock draft. They do need help all over the place on that side of the ball, however, and Allen Robinson could develop into a nice No. 2 option across from Eric Decker.
18. Miami Dolphins: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
The Dolphins still need to address the offensive line, particularly with embattled Richie Incognito finally out of the picture. Gabe Jackson has the potential to be a Year 1 starter on the interior of that line.
19. Chicago Bears: Chris Borland, LB, Wisconsin
The Bears could use some more young blood at inside linebacker in their second year without Brian Urlacher. D.J. Williams is getting old himself, and second-year man Jon Bostic is a bit undersized. Plus, Borland has a motor like Zach Thomas coming out of college.
20. Arizona Cardinals: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
It was too early to take a shot at a quarterback in the first round, but Jimmy Garoppolo is a great developmental pick here for a team with a 34-year-old quarterback.
21. Green Bay Packers: Weston Richburg, OC, Colorado State
The Packers need a center with Evan Dietrich-Smith gone.
22. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
This could be a big steal for the Eagles. Chip Kelly was high on Dion Jordan last year before the Dolphins jumped ahead of the Eagles to take him. Jeremiah Attaochu isn't Jordan, but he is a versatile pass-rusher with fantastic athleticism. It wouldn't be surprising to see him drafted much higher than this come May.
23. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City): Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
The 49ers lost Tarrell Brown and Carlos Rogers in free agency, and Chris Culliver might be in trouble with the league office after his recent arrest. They've taken shots on Chris Cook and Parrish Cox, but San Francisco needs to bolster the cornerback position.
24. Cincinnati Bengals: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
Losing Michael Johnson will sting for the Bengals, but Scott Crichton will be a little salve out of the second round should he last this long.
25. San Diego Chargers: Ego Furguson, DE, LSU
The defensive line needs some help in San Diego, and Ego Furguson is a nice fit on that defense.
26. New Orleans Saints: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
Marques Colston isn't getting any younger at 30, and Lance Moore and Darren Sproles are gone. The Saints could use an additional weapon or two, and Martavis Bryant is one of the draft's hidden gems at receiver.
Despite being 6'4" and 211 pounds with 4.42-second 40-yard-dash time, Bryant lived in the shadows of Sammy Watkins and DeAndre Hopkins at Clemson. If he is coached up, Bryant could be an incredible complement to Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills on that New Orleans offense.
27. Indianapolis Colts: Marcus Martin, OC, USC
The Colts finally get to pick here after trading away their first-round pick to Cleveland for the rights to a running back named Trent Richardson, who averaged 2.9 yards per carry last season.
They have a big need at center, and Marcus Martin is the best choice available. This is quite possibly the least sexy pick in this mock draft.
28. Carolina Panthers: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
As stated earlier, Carolina's two biggest needs are at receiver and offensive tackle. With a receiver in the books from the first round, it's time to address the tackle position.
29. San Francisco 49ers: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
The 49ers drafted two injured players last year—running back Marcus Lattimore and defensive end Tank Carradine—with the hope that they could contribute down the line. In other words, drafting a guy like Dominique Easley would be in their recent modus operandi.
Easley tore his ACL this past September—earlier than when Carradine and Lattimore were injured in the final collegiate season—so he could theoretically contribute as a rookie. More importantly, he could be a huge steal for whoever takes him.
30. New England Patriots: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
Two years ago, the Patriots had an embarrassment of riches at tight end. Today, it seems like an embarrassment.
Aaron Hernandez is imprisoned, and Rob Gronkowski is a walking M.A.S.H. unit. Gronkowski is on track to return, but can he stay healthy?
It might be a good idea to hedge their bets at the position, and the Patriots could be targeting Niklas early. The big tight end is a good all-around player, which sounds like a poor man's version of Gronkowski.
31. Denver Broncos: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
Chris Harris and Aqib Talib make for a nice tandem at cornerback in Denver, but they could use some solid depth at the position. Breeland might not be available this late come May 9, but he made it to the Broncos here.
32. Seattle Seahawks: Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina
There has been a bit of an exodus along the defensive line in Seattle, with Red Bryant, Chris Clemons and Clinton McDonald signing elsewhere this offseason. The Seahawks courted Jared Allen, who wound up with the Chicago Bears, so it stands to reason they will target a defensive lineman early in the draft.
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