Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford. Highest rated player in the past decade (tied with Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh).
Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor. Washington needs to make a splash at QB, RGIII is perfect for them.
Matt Kalil, OT, USC. Best offensive lineman in a while, will be better than Jake Long and will be a pro-bowler.
Trent Richardson, RB, Bama. An all down back, who hopes to be more successful his rookie year than former teammate, Mark Ingram.
Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU. Some off the field problems question his ability, but he will be a lock down corner.
Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State. The best and most underrated wide-out in ten years, the next Calvin Johnson.
Quinton Coples, DE, UNC. North Carolina players get people nervous, but not this man, he is Top 5 value.
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas AM. Reach! A typical Miami pick, but smart. Maybe Tannehill can develop, but in time.
Michael Brockers, DT, LSU. This guy looks like a monster, but a “football savvy” monster. An All-Pro type of lineman.
Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford. Safe pick, smart pick, but also a strong pick. Who will be worth it.
Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama. The first true shock in this mock draft. Chiefs need a leader on defense. Upshaw is that guy.
Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College. Seattle will try to make up for the Aaron Curry bust a few years back.
Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina. Rich get richer on defense. Expect the Cardinals to draft a QB in later rounds, but jump on more pass-rush.
Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama. Big name for Jerry Jones, but also a talented corner. The Cowboys could use a big splash in the secondary.
Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis. If Poe slips this far, Eagle fans have nothing to boo about. The next Vince Wilfork.
Nick Perry, OLB, USC. Rex Ryan could always improve that defense, he’ll look to a big name school like USC to get it.
Janoris Jenkins, CB, N. Alabama. High risk equals high reward. If Jenkins stayed in Florida and out of trouble, he would be in the Top 5.
Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame. He will join Malcom Floyd (No relation) to help Phillip Rivers and the struggling Charger offense.
Whitney Mercilus, DE, Syracuse. A hidden gem in this weak draft class, and Mercilus could be a weapon with Julius Peppers on the other end of the line.
Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa. Stock drop! One of the more overrated players in the draft will be passed on, but is still a solid tackle.
: Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska. Two corners in the first round? Yes, it is brilliant. The Bengals can work like the Patriots in the draft; get young and dangerous players.
Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse. A boring pick, but Jones will give a good rush for Cleveland.
: David DeCastro, OG, Stanford. A steal, guards never go in the Top 10, but DeCastro is one of the more talented guards in any mock in the past 10 years.
Fletcher Cox, DT, Miss State. A boring looking player. Not a “sexy” pick, but Cox will bring plenty of talent to the already loaded Steeler defense.
Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State. Another of the many gems in the draft. Forget about Manning, that Bronco defense will be dangerous.
Mark Barron, SS, Alabama. An odd pick for the Texans, but Barron is that big threat they need in the secondary.
Cordy Glenn, OL, Georgia (Trade to Miami for #42 and future first round pick). Trade up for a guard? Glenn has the ability to be one of the best offensive linemen in the next five years.
Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall. Will help bring the Packers back to a Super Bowl, he will be a very special player in the NFL.
Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin. Maybe the smartest pick in the first round for a team that was a missed kick and overtime away from the Super Bowl. Konz will improve the line for Joe Flacco.
Kendell Wright, WR, Baylor. Michael Crabtree and Kendell Wright together. Hey, when your QB is Alex Smith, you better get some weapons.
Andre Branch, OLB, Clemson. Risky pick. Branch is a sack machine . If this is a miss, the Patriots are in trouble on defense.
Donta Hightower, ILB, Alabama. How can the Super Bowl champs get better? The Giants should take a leader for the defense to go for the repeat.