First round end of February Mock ( trade ups included ): Picks 1-15 1. Colts: QB - Andrew Luck , Stanford Any questions ? 2. Browns: QB - Robert Griffin III, Baylor Cleveland uses their extra first round pick to move up for a potential franchise phenom. 3. Vikings: OT - Matt Kalil, USC I've had the Vikings taken Justin Blackmon with this pick for almost 2 months now, and they might still end up doing that, but I've heard enough voices saying the Vikes want OT help and Kalil is the best one of the bunch. 4. Rams: CB - Morris Claiborne, LSU Every year there's a team who almost everybody wants to be because of their draft position. This year the Rams are it. After making this no brainer trade, they get to pick the best CB in the draft AND still have a pick to address their other need which happens to coincide with the stregth of this draft. I'm jealous. 5. Buccaneers: DT - Michael Brockers, LSU Bucs are heartbroken that Claiborne is gone. He would have been a perfect fit for them, so they just have to " settle " for his teammate. Had Kirkpatrick not gotten in trouble with the law, he would have been the pick here, but with their Aqib Talib' experience, they're going to be shy of going through that again. Signing Haynesworth during the season tells me they need DT help, and Brockers has leaped in front of a very, very, very good group this year. 6. Redskins: DE - Quinton Coples, North Carolina Shannahan has 2 football position fetishes: Cornerbacks and Defensive Ends. Coples fulfills one of them. Kirkpatrick could also be in play here, but I doubt it because of the off the field questions. 7. Jaguars: WR - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma ST. Instant starter, instant #1 option, instant Gabbert's goto guy. No brainer. 8. Dolphins: OT - Riley Reiff, Iowa After signing either Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn to address the QB position, the Dolphins sorely need a starter opposite of Jake Long. As good as Long is, he's also injury prone, so Reiff would be a RT starter and an LT insurance policy at the same time. 9. Panthers: DE - Melvin Ingram, South Carolina Panthers were hoping local product Coples would fall to them here, but they'd be happy with one of the best pass rushers in the draft who happens to be a local product too, only a bit more south. If the Deadskins pass on Coples, the Panthers would jump on him quicker than quick. 10. Bills: DT - Devon Still, Penn St With Both Ingram and Coples gone, and switching to a 4-3 system, the Bills take one of the " primo " defensive tackles that are left. Devon brings size and interior pass rush and paired up with Marcell Dareus they would bring a potential top DT combo reminiscent of the old Miami Dolphins' Daryl Gardener and Tim Bowens tandem. 11. Chiefs: RB - Trent Richardson, Alabama Merry Christmas KC. Top 5 talent with the 11th pick and fills a big need as well. Perfect match. 12. Seahawks: DE - Whitney Mercilus Illinois This is a prime spot for teams to move up for players like David DeCastro, Jonathan Martin, and Dre Kirkpatrick. The Hawks have been putting out noise about drafting DeCastro or Martin, but that's a bluff probably to scare teams like Dallas to move up for DeCastro. They have a very young, very talented O-line, so there's no realistic room for another high pick there. They'd love a player like Mercilus but it's too early for him at this spot too. Still, they might pull the trigger on him if no ones bites. 13. Cardinals: OT - Jonathan Martin, Stanford Decisions, decisions. DeCastro or Martin.. Almost sounds like having to pick dictators in the Caribbean and South America, but this guys can actually play ball. In all honesty, I can see the Cards picking DeCastro here, but since I am a Cowboys fan who wants David in Dallas , I say Martin is their man. hasta luego seňor Presidente.. 14: Dallas Cowboys: OG - David DeCastro, Stanford Any questions ? Didn't think so.. let's move on.. 15. Eagles: MLB - Luke Kuechly, Boston College This pick hasn't change since, practically, the end of the college season and there's no reason to change it now.