1. Tennessee—OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson
Beasley is the edge-rusher the Titans are lacking and will be a third-down specialist from Day 1.
2. Tampa Bay—DE Owa Odighizuwa, UCLA
The Buccaneers paid Michael Johnson big money, but they need a speed-rusher at defensive end.
3. Oakland—CB Jalen Collins, LSU
D.J. Hayden hasn't lived up to his first-round status yet, and the Raiders need talent at cornerback.
4. Jacksonville—TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota
Marcedes Lewis is aging, while the Jaguars have a major need to get younger and faster at tight end.
5. N.Y. Jets—CB Alex Carter, Stanford
Dee Milliner has potential, but he's yet to show it on the field. The Jets need all the help they can get in the secondary.
6. Washington—CB PJ Williams, FSU
A long, physical, instinctive cornerback is what Washington is missing.
7. Chicago—ILB Denzel Perryman, Miami
The 3-4 defense means more linebackers on the field, and the Bears need a lot more talent at every position on defense.
8. N.Y. Giants—ILB Paul Dawson, TCU
The Giants don't historically draft linebackers, and they've been left with a roster void of talent there. Dawson can be their starting "Mike" from Week 1 on.
9. St. Louis—QB Brett Hundley, UCLA
The Sam Bradford era is coming to a sharp end, and the Rams are left with nothing at quarterback. Brett Hundley has huge potential but needs time to develop.
10. Atlanta—T Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
If not for an ACL tear during the Liberty Bowl, Ogbuehi would be a first-rounder.
11. Cleveland—OLB Nate Orchard, Utah
Orchard dominated at the Senior Bowl and has the size and tools to be a three-down star at outside linebacker.
12. New Orleans—CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
After grabbing an outside linebacker in Round 1, the Saints have to get a cornerback in Round 2.
13. Minnesota—T Donovan Smith, Penn State
Matt Kalil has regressed quickly in the past two seasons, leaving the Vikings offensive line in limbo.
14. San Francisco—CB Quinten Rollins, Miami
The need for speed, and playmakers, at cornerback is right underneath wide receiver on the 49ers' draft board.
15. Miami—WR Devin Smith, Ohio State
Bye bye, Mike Wallace; hello, Devin Smith. He's a younger, cheaper option and a similar deep threat.
16. San Diego—WR Sammie Coates, Auburn
Keenan Allen is a stud, but the Chargers need an infusion of talent, youth and depth at receiver.
17. Kansas City—SS Chris Hackett, TCU
Eric Berry's future is on hold, and the Chiefs are looking at a major hole at safety that must be filled.
18. Buffalo—T/G Ty Sambrailo, Colorado State
With no quarterback worthy of the pick, the Bills look at their next biggest hole—offensive guard.
19. Houston—OLB Danielle Hunter, LSU
Hunter looks the part and has length and speed, but he needs to fill out his frame. The Texans can employ him on third downs until he's ready to play all three.
20. Philadelphia—CB Ronald Darby, FSU
Darby has speed and instincts, but off-field questions could push a first-round talent into Round 2.
21. Cincinnati—DT Ellis McCarthy, UCLA
Geno Atkins is a monster, but the Bengals need a mauler beside him. McCarthy has the tools to be a rookie starter.
22. Detroit—CB Jacoby Glenn, UCF
The Lions have needed depth and talent at cornerback for years. Jacoby Glenn is quietly a star in the making.
23. Arizona—DE Mario Edwards, FSU
As the defense ages, it's smart to keep reloading it. Mario Edwards has the physical gifts to be an instant impact at 5-technique.
24. Pittsburgh—OLB Max Valles, Virginia
Jason Worilds hits free agency, and Jarvis Jones has yet to live up to his first-round status.
25. Carolina—WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
On the field, DGB is a first-rounder. Off the field, he's scary. The Panthers could roll the dice on him in Round 2.
26. Baltimore—DE Arik Armstead, Oregon
He's a big-bodied athlete tailor-made for the 5-technique position in Baltimore's hybrid defense.
27. Denver—OLB Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville
DeMarcus Ware is no guarantee to be on the team with a huge salary in 2015. Either way, the Broncos have to get depth and youth behind him in the new 3-4 defense.
28. Dallas—DT Michael Bennett, Ohio State
A pass-rusher is important for Dallas to add here and in future rounds. Bennett will be an impact player but falls because he's scheme-specific to the 4-3.
29. Indianapolis—RB Duke Johnson, Miami
Trent Richardson didn't get the job done. Duke Johnson has speed, power, vision and hands.
30. Green Bay—WR Nelson Agholor, USC
Randall Cobb could leave in free agency, and if so, the Packers have to keep restocking the cupboard at receiver.
31. Seattle—WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami
Give Russell Wilson a legit deep threat with first-class speed, and this offense could be unstoppable.
32. New England—RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana
Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen are both free agents, and while the Patriots haven't invested high in running backs since drafting the duo in 2011, this is a big need.