The 2011 NFL Draft order has it's first lock. The Carolina Panthers have secured the number one overall spot, but the rest of the draft positions are still uncertain heading into the season finale.
There will be a lot of movement following Week 17, but let's take one last guess on what the final draft order will be for April's draft...
1. Carolina Panthers
Andrew Luck. No brainer. Even with Clausen, Luck's promise is Peyton Manning-esque.
After speaking to a few diehard Bengals fans, A.J. Green looks to be the pick here.
Nick Fairley is the most versatile defensive lineman in the draft and he'll instantly boost the Bills' run defense and pass rush.
Patrick Peterson is one of the most athletic corners to come out in ages, and he fits a need in Denver.
Cam Newton is a franchise guy that will start from day one in San Fran. Their QB situation is a total mess.
Robert Quinn will benefit the pass rush and plug run holes. The Cardinals front seven was a huge weakness in 2010.
Prince Amukamara is a freakishly talented corner and the Cowboys' secondary needs work. Ideal match.
Though they'd like a receiver and Julio Jones would be a reach here, so the multi-faceted Marcell Dareus is the pick, and the future replacement for Shaun Rogers.
Brandon Harris is flying under the radar but the Texans need all the help they can get defending the pass.
Ryan Mallet becomes the future for a Vikings organization that's in shambles at the QB spot.
11. Detroit Lions
Da'Qwan Bowers is this draft's surprise faller and with Bowers, the Lions boast one of the most talented young defensive fours in the NFL.
12. Tennessee Titans
Brandon Burton is an underrated corner but would upgrade the Titans' secondary right away.
13. Seattle Seahawks
Jake Locker played in Seattle and will be a great replacement for Matt Hasslebeck.
Julio Jones is what the Redskins need: A physical playmaker who can take over a football game.
15. Miami Dolphins
Mark Ingram could be the pick here, although it may surprise people. Either Ronnie Brown or Ricky Williams may be expendable at this point.
Derek Sherrod is a gifted tackle from Mississippi State; adds depth to an already stellar Patriots' offensive line.
Ryan Kerrigan can flat out rush the passer, and he'd be the heir apparent to the dangerous Shaun Phillips.
Adrian Clayborn at one point was a top five pick but had a down year with the Hawkeyes. Clayborn would help the Jags from day one.
19. New York Giants
Travis Lewis is exactly what Perry Fewell wants in his newly installed Tampa Two defense that isn't very young anymore.
Akeem Ayers is another guy who's an ideal fit in the Tampa Two system.
21. St. Louis Rams
Johnathan Baldwin is the exact guy the Rams are looking for to speed along Sam Bradford's growing process.
Steve Wisniewski is the future Jeff Saturday, who could be on his way out.
23. New York Jets
Cameron Jordan adds to an already bulky Jets' defensive line and could replace Kris Jenkins.
Von Miller can do it all from his hybrid position and Clay Matthews could be the biggest beneficiary.
Allen Bailey helps the Chiefs' always improving 3-4 defense.
26. Chicago Bears
Anthony Costanzo is the tackle that helps the Bears offensive line turn the corner
27. Baltimore Ravens
Janoris Jenkins is precisely what the Ravens need—cornerback depth.
Stephen Paea will formulate quite the duo with Sedrick Ellis on the inside of the Saints' defense.
Gabe Carmini is the ideal fit for the Steelers, who are in dire need for some offensive line assistance.
30. Atlanta Falcons
Kyle Rudolph would be the starter from day one if Tony Gonzalez retires.
Mike Pouncey is the future at the pivot for whatever team that drafts him.
32. New England Patriots
Aaron Williams is another young cornerback with loads of potential.