http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/42858/60/post-free-agency-mock-draft 1. Kansas City Chiefs -- Texas A&M LT Luke Joeckel 2. Jacksonville Jaguars -- Oregon LB/DE Dion Jordan 3. Oakland Raiders -- West Virginia QB Geno Smith 4. Philadelphia Eagles -- Florida DT Sharrif Floyd 5. Detroit Lions -- BYU DE Ziggy Ansah 6. Cleveland Browns -- Alabama CB Dee Milliner 7. Arizona Cardinals -- Central Michigan LT Eric Fisher 8. Buffalo Bills -- Notre Dame TE Tyler Eifert 9. New York Jets -- Utah DT Star Lotulelei 10. Tennessee Titans -- North Carolina OG Jonathan Cooper 11. San Diego Chargers -- Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson 12. Miami Dolphins -- Florida State CB Xavier Rhodes 13. Tampa Bay Bucs -- Florida State DE Bjoern Werner 14. Panthers -- Alabama OG Chance Warmack 15. New Orleans Saints -- Georgia OLB Jarvis Jones 16. St. Louis Rams -- West Virginia WR Tavon Austin 17. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Alabama RB Eddie Lacy 18. Dallas Cowboys -- Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson 19. New York Giants -- Washington CB Desmond Trufant 20. Chicago Bears -- Kansas State LB Arthur Brown 21. Cincinnati Bengals -- Florida S Matt Elam 22. St. Louis Rams -- Texas S Kenny Vaccaro 23. Minnesota Vikings -- Clemson WR DeAndre Hopkins 24. Indianapolis Colts -- LSU DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo 25. Minnesota Vikings -- Florida International S Jonathan Cyprien 26. Green Bay Packers -- North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams 27. Houston Texans -- Tennessee WR Cordarrelle Patterson Patterson is a top-ten prospect in terms of upside, but NFL evaluators may envision the JUCO transfer as a raw, boom-or-bust project who must polish up his routes. He's an obvious candidate to be drafted later than expected. Patterson would still be a no-brainer pick for the Texans, who are intent on adding perimeter speed and would use Patterson as a No. 2 wideout, working him in gradually as a short to intermediate threat opposite Andre Johnson. Patterson shouldn't take long to establish himself as a winner versus single coverage and post-catch tackle breaker. 28. Denver Broncos -- UCLA DL Datone Jones 29. New England Patriots -- California WR Keenan Allen Allen isn't quite the vertical field-stretcher New England is believed to be searching for, but his run-after-catch ability and route-running chops make him a pro-ready NFL prospect. Allen has drawn comparisons ranging from Miles Austin to Reggie Wayne. While Danny Amendola is entrenched at one receiver spot, the Pats won't enter the season with Donald Jones at the other. 30. Atlanta Falcons -- Florida State DE Tank Carradine 31. San Francisco 49ers -- Alabama NT Jesse Williams 32. Baltimore Ravens -- Tennessee WR Justin Hunter Left Out of Round One: Georgia LB Alec Ogletree, Mississippi State CB Johnthan Banks, Notre Dame LB Manti Te'o, Texas A&M DE Damontre Moore, Florida State OT Menelik Watson, USC QB Matt Barkley, Alabama T/G D.J. Fluker, SMU DE Margus Hunt, Stanford TE Zach Ertz, Auburn OLB Corey Lemonier, Boise State CB Jamar Taylor, LSU ILB Kevin Minter, Georgia NT John Jenkins, Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib, Arkansas-Pine Bluff OT Terron Armstead, Ohio State DT Johnathan Hankins, Florida State QB E.J. Manuel.