1.1 St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
This pick is basically a foregone conclusion. Barring a contract issue, Bradford will be a Ram. I'm not a big fan of Bradford, but this pick had to be a QB. They can't go another year with guys like Keith Null.
1.2 Detroit Lions - Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma St.
A pick to protect Stafford's blind side. If Stafford had another second to throw each play, he could be a top-10 QB this year.
1.3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Apparently, the Bucs are enamored with Suh. Personally, I believe Gerald McCoy makes more sense because his quickness makes him a better fit for Tampa's scheme, but Suh would be fine as well.
1.4 Washington Redskins - Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
There's been a lot of talk about this pick and whether the Redskins would pass on Okung in favor of Trent Williams. In this mock, that isn't an issue. Williams would be a perfect fit for Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme, and with McNabb now in Washington, this pick HAS to be a LT.
1.5 Kansas City Chiefs - Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
One of two things are going to happen here: either the Chiefs are going to stay put and draft Clausen, or a team like Buffalo will move up to this pick and take Clausen. Either way, Clausen is the pick here. Matt Cassel is owed a $7.2 million bonus at the end of this season, so there's a great chance he would be cut. Plus, Clausen wouldn't have to learn a whole new offense, and he could sit a year behind Cassel while the talent around him is upgraded, notably the offensive line.
1.6 Seattle Seahawks - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Tough call between Berry and McCoy here, but I think in the end Seattle opts for the superior prospect.
1.7 Cleveland Browns - Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
A replacement for the recently traded, failed experiment Corey Williams
1.8 Oakland Raiders - Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Oakland starts the run on Maryland players, to copy Kansas City's run on LSU players. Seriously, though, this pick is purely h/w/s. No other logic is used.