1. Carolina Panthers
The "Force Majeure" for college football in 2010 is now the hotly debated first overall pick in 2011.
2. Denver Broncos
The best defender for the national champs gives new defensive-oriented coach John Fox a nice start in Denver.
3. Buffalo Bills
Might have been hoping that Newton would still be available, but good pass rushers are always welcomed.
4. Cincinnati Bengals
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5. Arizona Cardinals
Will need the Larry Fitzgerald stamp of approval, but many believe this young man is the class of the QBs in this draft.
6. Cleveland Browns
7. San Francisco 49ers
He has size, speed, range, and can return kicks.
8. Tennessee Titans
Many think he is the equal of Fairley, maybe better.
9. Dallas Cowboys
Offensive line is a place Dallas is continuing to try to fortify.
10. Washington Redskins
11. Houston Texans
Defense continues to be the issue for the Texans, thus another "reboot" is necessary on that side of the ball.
12. Minnesota Vikings
The rebuilding of the front four begins with this Hawkeye.
13. Detroit Lions
14.St. Louis Rams
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15. Miami Dolphins
16. Jacksonville Jaguars
Last year a DT in Cal's Tyson Alulu. This year, Jags address the edge.
17. New England Patriots
18. San Diego Chargers
Another speedy weapon on defense for the Bolts.
19. New York Giants
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Ronde Barber is coming back for one more season. He can tutor his eventual replacement.
21. Kansas City Chiefs
22. Indianapolis Colts
23. Philadelphia Eagles
New defensive coordinator Juan Castillo will like this selection.
24. New Orleans Saints
25. Seattle Seahawks
26. Baltimore Ravens
27. Atlanta Falcons
Local flash brings explosiveness to linebacker's pass rush.
28. New England Patriots
Tom Brady was the NFL's MVP in 2010, and this young dancer at LT will help him contend for that honor again in the near future.
29. Chicago Bears
30. New York Jets
31. Pittsburgh Steelers
Back-to-back first-round offensive linemen (Maurkice Pouncey in 2010) will add a spring to Big Ben's step.
32. Green Bay Packers
If not Heyward, this could easily end up being another offensive weapon for Aaron Rodgers and the Super Bowl champs.