The latest trade that sends former Miami Dolphin Ted Ginn Jr. to the San Francisco 49ers is not the end of the wheelin' and dealin' in the pre-2010 NFL Draft.
This trade may not have the impact of change as either the Donovan McNabb or Santonio Holmes trade had in the first round, but the Ginn addition does change many mocks that had Clemson running back C.J. Spiller going to the 49ers in the first.
Now with the first pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select...
...Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
No change here even with the renewed rumors that the Cleveland Browns want to trade up to get Bradford. In order for the Browns to do that, they would have to literally trade away their entire draft this year for just a quarterback. Mike Holmgren knows better with a team that is rebuilding and has many holes to fill first.
No. 2 - Detroit Lions - Ndamukong Suh, DL, Nebraska
Even though the Lions made many moves to beef up their defensive line, they cannot pass up on Suh, especially since they improved their offensive line by signed guard Rob Sims.
No. 3 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gerald McCoy, DL, Oklahoma
The Bucs have many needs, but solidifying the middle of their defensive line is one of the most important needs to not only help stop the run, but to cause disruption to opposing quarterbacks too.
No. 4 - Washington Redskins - Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
With only this first round pick as the Reskins' only pick until the fourth round means they need to not take the "sexy" pick, and concentrate on protecting quarterback McNabb instead.
No. 5 - Kansas City Chiefs - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
This pick keeps getting flip-flopped between Berry and Bryan Bulaga, and even though Bulaga is the safe pick, the Chiefs need playmakers, and there has not been a safety talked about this much since Sean Taylor. Therefore they cannot pass up on Berry who will be a force in their secondary for a long time. Previous: Bulaga
No. 6 - Seattle Sehawks - Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
With the 49ers now getting Ginn as their return man, the Seahawks don't have to worry about picking Spiller this early to grab him before they do since he is probably out of the question for the Niners now. Previous: Spiller
No. 7 - Cleveland Browns - Earl Thomas, S, Texas
Many think that Thomas is too small to play safety in the NFL, but he is practically the same size as Troy Polamalu and look how well he has done at the position. Perhaps the most instinctive player in this draft class, Thomas fill an empty starter spot at free safety in the Browns' secondary. Previous: Berry
No. 8 - Oakland Raiders - Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
I am officially off the "Bruce Campbell to the Raiders" bandwagon because I believe owner Al Davis likes Williams just a bit more since he has proved himself to be a very athletic offensive lineman as well. Previous: Campbell
No. 9 Buffalo Bills - Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
The Bills shock many by passing up quarterback Jimmy Clausen and instead they get help opposite of receiver Lee Evans in Bryant. I think the Bills make a play for Tim Tebow in the second. Previous: Clausen
No. 10 - Jacksonville Jaguars - Joe Haden, CB, Florida
The Jags have needs in every level of their defense and they are more than happy to grab the top rated cornerback in the entire draft to help rebuild their defensive unit. Previous: Thomas
No. 11 - Denver Broncos - Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
McClain steps into the vacancy left by former starting inside linebacker Andra Davis.
No. 12 - Miami Dolphins - Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
The Marshall trade allievates the need to pick anything other than a big man to be the centerpiece of their defensive unit.
No. 13 - San Francisco 49ers - Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho
Still a bit green, but Iupati has so much raw talent that he could play either offensive guard or tackle with the proper coaching and the addition of Ginn to return kicks means that the 49ers are not a lock to pick Spiller anymore. Previous: T. Williams
No. 14 - Seattle Seahawks - C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
Head Coach Pete Carroll gets his new explosive offensive weapon who will be an immediate impact both on offense and on special teams returning kicks. Previous: Bryant
No. 15 - New York Giants - Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
Replacing Antonio Pierce is one of the Giants' top priorities.
No. 16 - Tennessee Titans - Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
The Titans' defensive line is in chaos after all the losses this offseason, but Morgan is a sign of a new beginning for the Titans' line.
No. 17 - San Francisco 49ers - Taylor Mays, S, USC
The 49ers need playmakers in their secondary, and Mays could be the second coming of Ronnie Lott. Previous: Haden
No. 18 - Pittsburgh Steelers - Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Wilson will start immediately for a Steelers secondary that really needs a good cover corner and Wilson will contribute in the return game as well. I do see the Steelers eyeing a second of third round receiver to help with depth at the position after the Holmes trade. Previous: Tate
No. 19 - Atlanta Falcons - Jason Pierre-Paul, DE/LB, South Florida
Pierre-Paul is a raw talent, but the Falcons also need a pass rusher and at this spot in the first round cannot help themselves and take a chance on a player who has also been deemed the next DeMarcus Ware.
No. 20 - Houston Texans - Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno State
The Texans need secondary help, but since the big names are all off the board they will wait until the second round to fill those needs. Instead they jump on the chance to grab their new offensive weapon in running back Matthews. Previous: Wilson
No. 21 - Cincinnati Bengals - Jared Odrick, DL, Penn State
The Bengals take a pass on a tight end in the first, but that doesn't mean they may not grab one later. Odrick brings much needed help and depth to the Bengals' line. Previous: Gresham
No. 22 - New England Patriots - Brandon Graham, LB, Michigan
The Pats need help at outside linebacker and Graham is their answer.
No. 23 - Green Bay Packers - Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Campbell's fall stops here and the Packers are thrilled to add a player with as much potential as Campbell has to their offensive line. Previous: Iupati
No. 24 - Philadelphia Eagles - Nate Allen, S, South Florida
It is rumored that the Eagles are looking to trade up for one of the two top safeties and I think that their former general manager's new team the Browns may be their partner come draft day. Since I do not predict trades in my mocks, and the Eagles have said they want a safety, I have to give them Allen since the others are off the board. Previous: Jackson
No. 25 - Baltimore Ravens - Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois
Previously I had DeMaryius Thomas as the Ravens' pick, but General Manger Ozzie Newsome is smarter than going with a highly-hyped player and chooses Benn instead. Been will be able to play along side of, and learn from fellow receiver Anquan Boldin.
No. 26 - Arizona Cardinals - Charles Brown, OT, USC
With Brown still available the Cards do the smart thing and pick him to help protect new starting quarterback Matt Leinart. Previous: Hughes
No. 27 - Dallas Cowboys, Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
Protection of quarterback Tony Romo is very important and owner Jerry Jones picks Davis to help protect his franchise's face. Previous: Mays
No. 28 - San Diego Chargers - Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama
Jamal Williams' replacement in the middle of the defensive line. Look for a running back in the second round.
No. 29 - New York Jets - Brian Price, DL, UCLA
Price will play end for teh Jets and his strength and quickness off the snap is something that Head Coach Rex Ryan will love. Previous: Odrick
No. 30 - Minnesota Vikings - Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
Clausen's fall stops since the Vikes cannot pass up on him and he couldn't have a better mentor in Brett Favre. Previous: McCourty
No. 31 - Indianapolis Colts - Maurkice Pouncey, OG/C, Florida
The rebuilding of Peyton Manning's offensive line starts with Pouncey. Previous: Brown
No. 32 - New Orleans Saints - Jerry Hughes, LB, TCU
With the loss of linebacker Scott Fujita, Hughes takes over. Previous: Kindle