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1 - 1 (1) New York (N) Curtis Clemons OLB Auburn New York (N) may just as easily go with RB Elliot Grice here. Curtis Clemons OLB New York (N)
1 - 2 (2) Miami Claude Shepherd T Wisconsin This one's tough. While Miami doesn't necessarily need a ILB, they might go with Sedrick Bates Shawn Hutton CB Miami
1 - 3 (3) Atlanta Shawn Hutton CB North Carolina Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. Atlanta could use a ILB as well, they might also consider Sedrick Bates Elliot Grice RB Atlanta
1 - 4 (4) Kansas City Ricky Nastiuk DT Iowa Ricky Nastiuk seems to make a better choice than OLB Taylor Hollingsworth here, but Kansas City could go either way. Claude Shepherd T Kansas City
1 - 5 (5) Denver Tito Winslet CB Maryland Very difficult choice here. While Denver doesn't necessarily need a ILB, they might go with Sedrick Bates Tito Winslet CB Denver
1 - 6 (6) Baltimore Sedrick Bates ILB Arizona Sedrick Bates might only be a slightly better pick than DT Josh Buff here, but Baltimore could go either way. Sedrick Bates ILB Baltimore
1 - 7 (7) Philadelphia Elliot Grice RB Mississippi State Well, this is a toss-up. While Philadelphia doesn't necessarily need a DE, another option they might look at is Rusty Crane Mario Terry WR Philadelphia
1 - 8 (8) Tampa Bay Andres Gliniak CB Georgia Not sure what they'll do here. While Tampa Bay doesn't necessarily need a CB, another option they might look at is Amos Rayburn Tyrell Knightley T Tampa Bay
1 - 9 (9) Seattle Taylor Hollingsworth OLB Syracuse Taylor Hollingsworth seems to make a better choice than T Tyrell Knightley here, but Seattle could go either way. Ricky Nastiuk DT Seattle
1 - 10 (10) Tennessee Glenn Martins RB Towson Tennessee may just as easily go with T Tyrell Knightley here. Willie Jarvis RB Tennessee
1 - 11 (11) Cincinnati Tyrell Knightley T Kansas State Cincinnati could use a T and Tyrell Knightley would be hard to pass up here. Sean Doan T Cincinnati
1 - 12 (12) San Francisco Josh Buff DT Tennessee This one's tough. While San Francisco doesn't necessarily need a DT, another option they might look at is Van Rau Josh Buff DT San Francisco
1 - 13 (13) Green Bay Alfredo Britz QB Northwestern Green Bay could want RB Willie Jarvis here. Reuben Garrett RB Green Bay
1 - 14 (14) Minnesota Zack Cavil OLB West Virginia Not sure what they'll do here. While Minnesota doesn't necessarily need a RB, it makes just as much sense to pick Willie Jarvis Glenn Martins RB Minnesota
1 - 15 (15) Buffalo Rusty Crane DE Oregon State Rusty Crane could only be a slightly better pick than CB Amos Rayburn here, but Buffalo could go either way. Jerald Lyle WR Cleveland
1 - 16 (16) Pittsburgh Van Rau DT Auburn Van Rau probably makes a better choice than WR Mario Terry here, but Pittsburgh could go either way. Taylor Hollingsworth OLB Pittsburgh
1 - 17 (17) Detroit Blaine Hickman DT Utah DT isn't really a huge need for Detroit, but how can you pass up Blaine Hickman? Van Rau DT Detroit
1 - 18 (18) New England Willie Jarvis RB New Mexico State Tough one here. While New England doesn't necessarily need a DE, another option they might look at is Chance Horne Rusty Crane DE New England
1 - 19 (19) New England Chance Horne DE Memphis Tough one here. While New England doesn't necessarily need a DE, it makes just as much sense to pick Logan Lorenz Eugene DeLong RB New England
1 - 20 (20) Indianapolis Donny Lindberg RB Duke Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Indianapolis doesn't necessarily need a RB, it makes just as much sense to pick Reuben Garrett Donny Lindberg RB Indianapolis
1 - 21 (21) New Orleans Reuben Garrett RB Louisiana State Very tough one here. New Orleans could use a RB; another option they might look at is Eugene DeLong Logan Lorenz DE New Orleans
1 - 22 (22) Washington Eugene DeLong RB Wake Forest RB isn't really a huge need for Washington, but Eugene DeLong would still make a good choice. Andres Gliniak CB Washington
1 - 23 (23) Oakland Logan Lorenz DE Fort Hays State Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Oakland doesn't necessarily need a T, it makes just as much sense to pick Sean Doan Blaine Hickman DT Oakland
1 - 24 (24) Cleveland Gilbert Sampson DT Arkansas Cleveland might also consider T Sean Doan here. Clyde Russell OLB Cleveland
1 - 25 (25) Chicago Sean Doan T Memphis Chicago may also consider RB Jesse Goosey here. Jesse Goosey RB Chicago
1 - 26 (26) Jacksonville James Lauher QB American Interntnl Jacksonville desperately needs a QB, and James Lauher is the best available at this point. Alfredo Britz QB Jacksonville
1 - 27 (27) Houston Clyde Russell OLB Louisiana State Tough one here. While Houston doesn't necessarily need a DT, they could have easily gone with Gilbert Shannon Sam Snell WR Houston
1 - 28 (28) Los Angeles (N) Amos Rayburn CB Villanova CB isn't really a huge need for Los Angeles (N), but Amos Rayburn may be worth picking here. Cory Berlat RB Los Angeles (N)
1 - 29 (29) Los Angeles (A) Devonte Greer S Pittsburgh Not sure what they'll do here. Los Angeles (A) could use a S; it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Miles Cornett Wes Buckley RB Buffalo
1 - 30 (30) Carolina Jesse Goosey RB West Virginia Carolina needs a RB, and Jesse Goosey is probably the most logical choice. Miles Cornett S Carolina
1 - 31 (31) New York (A) Shane Steptoe QB Arizona New York (A) desperately needs a QB, and Shane Steptoe is the best available at this point. Dan Ellis RB New York (A)
1 - 32 (32) Dallas Gilbert Shannon DT Miami Florida Tough one here. Dallas could use a RB as well, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Cory Berlat Amos Rayburn CB Dallas

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