My current first round predictions.. 1. Carolina (2-14) - Cam Newton - QB - Auburn 2. Denver (4-12) - Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU 3. Buffalo (4-12) - Marcel Dareus - DT - Alabama 4. Cincinnati (4-12) - A.J. Green - WR - Georgia 5. Arizona (5-11) - Von Miller - OLB - Texas A&M 6. Cleveland (5-11) - Da'Quan Bowers - DE - Clemson 7. San Francisco (6-10) - Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri 8. Tennessee (6-10) - Nick Fairley - DT - Auburn 9. Dallas (6-10) - Prince Amukamura - CB - Nebraska 10. Washington (6-10) - Julio Jones - WR - Alabama 11. Houston (6-10) - Robert Quinn - DE/OLB - North Carolina 12. Minnesota (6-10) - JJ Watt - DE - Wisconsin 13. Detroit (6-10) - Tyron Smith - OT - USC 14. St. Louis (7-9) - Aldon Smith - DE - Missouri 15. Miami (7-9) - Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama 16. Jacksonville (8-8) - Justin Houston - DE/OLB - Georgia 17. New England (8-8) - Cameron Jordan - DE - California 18. San Diego (9-7) - Muhammad Wilkerson - DE/DT - Temple 19. New York Giants (10-6) - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin 20. Tampa Bay (10-6) - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue 21. Kansas City (10-6) - Akeem Ayers - OLB - UCLA 22. Indianapolis (10-6) - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado 23. Philadelphia (10-6) - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College 24. New Orleans (11-5) - Cameron Heyward - DE/DT - Ohio State 25. Seattle (7-9) - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado 26. Baltimore (12-4) - Brandon Harris - CB - Miami 27. Atlanta (13-3) - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa 28. New England (14-2) - Mike Pouncey - OL - Florida 29. Chicago (11-5) - Cory Liuget - DT - Illinois 30. New York Jets (11-5) - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor 31. Pittsburgh (12-4) - Danny Watkins - OG - Baylor 32. Green Bay (10-6) - Mikel Leshoure - RB - Illinois And my mock for what the Texans do... 1. Robert Quinn - DE/OLB - North Carolina Drops due to Newton and Gabbert being taken in the top 10; immediately slots in as starting strongside OLB. 2. Brandon Burton - CB - Utah Physical with a huge amount of upside. Teams eventually started avoiding him more as the season wore on. 3. Sione Fua - DT - Stanford Excelled after Stanford switched to a true 3-4 this season. Holds up well to double teams and is exceptionally strong. 4. Jaiquawn Jarrett - S - Temple Able to play both safety spots and gives quality options to Wade in the defensive backfield. 5. Vincent Brown - WR - San Diego State Was very impressive and rising highly on many teams draft boards after Senior Bowl, but then ran a 4.71 40 at the combine and will now drop. Has good tape and will be able to eventually replace Walter as the number two receiver. 6. Jason Kelce - OL - Cincinnati Can play any of the interior offensive line positions. Tailor made for a zone-blocking scheme. 7. Zane Parr - DE - Virginia Legit 3-4 DE who is very under the radar. Depth for now with ability to become a starter if he develops. as always, comments are appreciated.