1. Detroit - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame - They need a QB desperately. Quinn is a prototypical QB. 2. Oakland - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech - Oakland won't draft a QB. Forget about that. Randy Moss and Jerry Porter could both be gone, this is easy. 3. Cleveland - Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma - A power running game would be nice for Cleveland. 4. Tampa Bay - Joe Thomas, T, Wisconsin - Lots of problems in Tampa, most notably the left side of the o-line. 5. Arizona - Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson - Worst pass-rush in the league. This will help that out just a tad. 6. Houston - JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU - Has all the measurables, it's up to Gary Kubiak to develop Russell further. I think next year is Carr's final chance to prove he's worth the #1 pick, otherwise he's gone and Russell takes over. 7. Washington - Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh - Revis and Carlos Rogers form a formidable CB duo. 8. Minnesota - Ted Ginn, Jr, WR, Ohio State - Marcus Robinson was just cut, signifiying that the pretty weak WR corps for the Vikings need even more help than before. Ginn is an elite talent, but needs some work. 9. San Francisco - Reggie Nelson, S, Florida - San Francisco has a very promising offense, but their defense has been a huge burden this year. They could fix any part of it with this pick really. Nelson has dramatically improved his stock with his play this year. 10. Miami - LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Michigan - Could eventually be Jason Taylor's replacement as a roaming DE/OLB. For right now, he'd play SLB next to Zach Thomas. 11. St. Louis - LaRon Landry, S, LSU - The Rams are an opprotunistic defense, but they still give up big plays and their safeties have a lot to do with that. They need run support from them, too. Landry does it all. 12. Atlanta - Alan Branch, DT, Michigan - Pretty much a BPA pick here. Coleman is very good, but Grady Jackson is old and Branch would at least provide excellent depth to start off. 13. Carolina - Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss - Dan Morgan is just not reliable enough as a starting ILB. If they draft Willis, either/or can be moved outside. 14. Green Bay - Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal - Great value pick here. Whether Favre returns or not, the Packers need a running game. Lynch is explosive and has "rookie of the year" written all over him. 15. Pittsburgh - Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona - Cason is an elite talent and Pittsburgh has had a lot of problems with playing the ball in the air. 16. New York Giants - Leon Hall, CB, Michigan - The Giants are pretty old at CB and Leon Hall is the kind of player who could start immediately. 17. Buffalo - Levi Brown, T, Penn State - The Mike Williams draft pick was really awful. But that's history now, time to start anew. Not a huge fan of Brown, but he can be a solid RT. 18. New England - Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee - With the loss of Deion Branch and some of the other Super Bowl Patriot receivers, it's time for a huge upgrade. Chad Jackson is developing slowly, and the other Florida receivers on the team aren't good enough to scare anyone. 19. Kansas City - Steve Smith, WR, USC - USC's best receiver goes to a team that needs one. They've done well without a star WR the past few years, mostly due to Tony Gonzalez and the running game, but a threat like Smith would be icing on the cake. 20. Jacksonville - Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn State - Real value pick here for the Jags. Not a great season after his knee injury in the '06 Orange Bowl, but that doesn't mean he won't be a great NFL player. 21. Cincinnati - Quinn Pitc0ck, DT, Ohio State - Cincy always seems to have problems up front on defense. Pitc0ck is a nice value pick here. 22. Tennessee - Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC - Potentially the steal of the first round. Jarrett doesn't have good speed and most scouts look at him as nothing more than a possession receiver in the mold of former USC- standout Mike Williams. His 40 time will ultimately hurt his stock a ton. Tennessee lucks out. 23. Dallas - Justin Blalock, G, Texas - Tony Romo has looked great thus far, but when his o-line breaks down, he looks pretty pedestrian. Blalock can play several places on the line, but his true destiny is at guard. 24. New York Jets - Daymeion Hughes, CB, Cal - Justin Miller made it to the pro bowl this year.....as a returnman. He's not quite the same kind of player at CB. David Barrett could be the real deal, though. 25. Philadelphia - Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU - Bowe should finally give the Eagles several legitimate receiving threats. Big guy with great hands. 26. Denver - Adam Carriker, DE, Nebraska - Denver's d-line consisting of all Browns players has been pretty good, surprisingly. But still, they're getting old, and aren't spectacular by any means. Carriker is a real steal. His stats don't look impressive, but that's mostly due to teams double teaming him and running plays away from him. 27. New Orleans - Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville - This young guy would be a nice addition to a Saints line which already has some really great young players in Will Smith and Charles Grant. The sky's the limit with Okoye. 28. New England - Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State - Pretty easy pick here, the Pat Hill ties alone seal the deal, not to mention the fact that Belichick needs some serious help in the secondary. Ultra talented physically, but needs some help with his overall game. 29. Indianapolis - HB Blades, LB, Pittsburgh - The Colts really lack a playmaker at ILB; a true leader. Blades brings a lot of energy and experience and can start from day one. 30. Baltimore - Colt Brennan, QB, Hawai'i - Steve McNair won't last forever. And Kyle Boller is not going to replace him when that day comes. Brennan could use the time on the bench, learning the ins and outs of an NFL offense. 31. Chicago - Zach Miller, TE, Arizona State - Desmond Clark has been good this year, but not great. Miller is a better talent. And it couldn't hurt to have several good tight ends anyway. 32. San Diego - Michael Griffin, S, Texas - San Diego's "weakness" is their secondary. This is a good value pick.