The Rams have to find some help in their secondary, and Minnifield is the best CB on the board.
Basically the entire Colts receiving corps is heading to unrestricted free agency this year, meaning Indy will be looking to to add a receiver early. Sanu has great potential, and should develop nicely with Andrew Luck.
The Vikings need to find a LT if they want their offense to function, Sanders is a little raw but he’d be a big upgrade.
The Bucs could use some corner help, and Hosley is a nice fit here.
The Browns running game is a huge question mark going forward, and needs to be addressed in their first couple picks. Wilson is a great option for them at the top of the 2nd round, and really could give Cleveland a great young offense.
The Jags could go in a number of directions, but the O-line needs fixed. Osemele is a good fit here, because he could either play RT or G.
With Tannehill’s recent foot injury he could be on the board at their 2nd round pick, and he’d be a perfect fit for the Shanahan offensive system.
The Panthers offensive line isn’t awful, but they could use some improvements at the guard spot. Washington has a lot of upside and should be able to start right away.
This could be a slight reach for the Bills, but Buffalo is desperate for a corner back.
The Dolphins could be losing NT Paul Soliai this offseason, and could add Poe as his replacement.
The Seahawks missed out on a first round QB, but I can’t see them ignoring the position completely.
The Chiefs do have Moeaki coming back, but with their offense likely to lose Dwayne Bowe this offseason they need to add another weapon. Running more two TE sets could create some nice mismatches, and also gives them a strong base formation to run out of.
Cowboys should look to address their pass rush with this pick.
The Eagles defensive tackles are pretty thin, and let down Philly in some crucial games last season. Adding a good 3rd tackle to rotate in could be huge for their defense.
The Jets could look to kick Brown inside as Bart Scott will need to be replaced soon.
The Patriots Ochocinco experiment didn’t go according to plan, which means a WR will be near the top of their wish list this offseason.
The Chargers could continue to look at reshaping their linebacking corps, and Wagner’s a nice pick here. He’s quickly moving up draft boards and should be a force in the middle for years to come.
The Bears are now going back to an offensive philosophy that requires a TE, so look for that to be on their wish list.
DeSean Jackson might be on his way out, in which case Philly will look to add a WR early in April’s draft.
The Titans need to add a pass rusher early in this draft and Curry is a nice value pick here.
The Bengals could use another WR opposite A.J. Green, and Jones is an excellent value at this spot. A Green-Jones tandem would be pretty impressive, and help make Dalton’s life pretty easy.
The Lions need to add an offensive line help early, and Jones is a nice choice because of his upside. He was one of the top centers in the country this past season and should be able to start early.
Tony Gonzalez might look to hang them up after this year, which would leave a pretty big void in the Falcons passing attack.
The Steelers need to find a good young NT, and Ta’amu looks to be the perfect fit for them.
When you run as much as Denver does you can never have enough running backs. Especially when one (Moreno) is coming off a serious injury, and the other (McGahee), is now on the other side of 30. James would be a nice complementary back to McGahee and really give this read option the weapons they need.
This would be an absolute steal for the Texans as combining J.J. Watt and Jared Crick on that defensive line could be devastating for opposing offenses.
The Saints might lose Carl Nicks this offseason which leaves them with a huge void at guard. Zeitler would be a great replacement at this spot for New Orleans.
The Packers need some serious help in their defensive backfield, and adding Hayward would be a good start.
The Ravens might need to replace Jarrett Johnson this offseason, and Lewis would be a nice answer.
The 49ers don’t have many major needs, so I think they will look to take the best guy on their board at either WR or OT.
The Giants have some decent young talent at LB, but it would be hard for them to pass up a talent like David if he fell to them.
New England needs to keep building up this defense, and Winn is a good versatile player who can play in both the 3-4 and 4-3 alignments.