1. Oakland Raiders - WR Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech Al Davis wants to take the best available athlete, with a 45 inch vertical leap, to me imean IMO Johnson fits that bill clearly. 2. Detroit Lions - OT Joe Thomas, Wisconsin Whoever the Lions QB of the future may be, the program needs a premium left tackle. 3. Cleveland Browns - QB Brady Quinn, Notre Dame Local boy makes good(except for like the Texans taking VY last year), Quinn to the Browns would make the Dawg Pound go woof. 4. Tampa Bay Bucs - QB Jamarcus Russell, L.S.U. Gruden needs to find a quarterback to run his offense and provide that missing spark in the huddle. Unless he's satisfied with Gradkowski, Russell will fall. 5. Arizona Cards- DE Jamaal Anderson, Arkansas The Cards pass rush needs to get better waaay better, Anderson is an elite rusher. 6. Washington 'Skins - DE Gaines Adams, Clemson The Redskins cash in on their other first round pick with another elite rusher in Adams. 7. Minnesota Vikings - DB Laron Landry Louisiana State They really need to trade down for WR perhaps, but if not their safety situation looks bleak. 8. Houston Texans - RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma We, the Texans will get another chance to draft a franchise back, will we take it or another DE by chance? 9. Miami Dolphins - QB Colt Brennan, Hawaii Brennan may opt out of draft, at which point I will opt him out of my mock draft. 10. Atlanta Falcons - DB Reggie Nelson, Florida The weakness of the Falcons defense is the deep middle, Nelson has the range to ballhawk. Adding Abraham is just peice to the puzzle, but what about the rest. 11. San Fran 49ers - DE Charles Johnson, Georgia As the 49ers continue to build their defense, players like Johnson can help them take the next step. 12. Buffalo Bills - CB Darrelle Revis, Pittsburgh The Bills will need protection if Nate Clements leaves as a free agent, (to the Texans that is). 13. St. Louis Rams - DT Alan Branch, Michigan The Rams, thankfully, can end the Jimmy Kennedy experiment with the addition of Branch. 14. Carolina Panthers - WR Ted Ginn Jr., Ohio State Explosive player can give opposing defenses more to worry about then Steve Smith. 15. Pittsburgh Steelers - OT Levi Brown, Penn State Former Redskins great Russ Grimm gets an elite OT for his offense. 16. Green Bay - RB Marshawn Lynch, California Green is a great player but has had nine hard years in the league and his production has declined. 17. Jacksonville Jags - LB Lawrence Timmons, Florida St. A nasty defense keeps getting nastier as Timmons upgrades the outside linebacking spot. Just maybe they could be competition for us next season, yea right. 18. Cincinatti Bengals - DT Amobi Okoye, Louisville Hard working Okoye projects as a poor man's Sam Adams, once he fills out his 19 year old frame. 19. Tennessee Titans - WR Dwayne Bowe, Louisiana St. Pro-ready Bowe will provide Young with options should Drew Bennett test the waters of free agency. 20. N.Y. Giants - LB Paul Posluszny, Penn State The Giants ned players who can look into the huddle and hold people accountable when things aren't going right. 21. Denver Broncos - CB Chris Houston, Arkansas Broncos need a physical bump and run cornerback, Houston could leap into the first round with a fast time. 22. Dallas Cowboys - DE Quentin Moses, Georgia The Boys could take Moses and stand him up at linebacker. Still elite lateral quickness, despite senior campaign. 23. Kansas City Chiefs - OT Justin Blalock, Texas The Chiefs are desperate for OT help and aren't going to get it in free agency. 24. New England Patriots (VIA Sea) - CB Leon Hall, Michigan Leon Hall is a Ty Law clone and replaces Asante Samuel who will likely find a big pay day elsewhere. 25. N.Y. Jets - DE Adam Carriker, Nebraska Workouts could push Carriker higher but there aren't that many 3-4 teams who need to upgrade DE. 26. Philadelphia Eagles - LB Patrick Willis, Mississippi Trotter is a honorable warrior but will not be around forever. Willis could be tabbed as heir to the Eagles MLB position. 27. Baltimore Ravens - LB Lamarr Woodley, Michigan Similar to FA DE Adalius Thomas, Woodley is a versatile player who flat out makes plays. 28. San Diego Chargers - WR Dwayne Jarrett, Southern Cal The playoff game will probably leave the Chargers seriously considering upgrade for the WR position. 29. New Orleans Saints - TE Zach Miller, Arizona State Former TE for us Miller has the shades of Todd Heap and makes a scary Saints offense even scarier. 30. New England Patriots - RB Brian Leonard, Rutgers Leonard replaces Dillon as short yardage back, can also play Heath Evans' H-Back role. 31. Indianapolis Colts - DT Justin Harrell, Tennessee Prior to injury was the toughest and best of the senior DT prospects. Watch for a rebound. 32. Chicago Bears - WR Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame Best case for the Shark, could he pursue a two sport dream in Chi town?! **Oh and yes guys I have the Bears winning the Super Bowl and Manning crying on the sideline.** Mr. Mork eat your heart out.