ESPN's Todd McShay offered up his first version of the mock draft. You'll need a subscription to view the entire Insider piece, but here's the AFC North part of it:
10. Cleveland Browns
Pick: G Chance Warmack, Alabama
Hensley's comment: I know Warmack is a premier prospect, but I'm not sure how I feel about taking a guard this high. It kind of feels like taking a kicker in the first round.
Pick: ILB Alec Ogletree, Georgia
Hensley's comment: You can't fault the Bengals for taking Ogletree, because he is one of the best athletes in the draft. Still, Ogletree is a middle linebacker. With Vontaze Burfict ready to take over for Rey Maualuga, the Bengals could use this pick to address a bigger need.
Pick: DT Johnathan Jenkins, Georgia
Hensley's comment: Jenkins would replace Casey Hampton, but Steve McLendon can hold down that nose tackle spot. The Steelers really need pass-rushers, especially if the team parts ways with James Harrison.
26. Baltimore Ravens
Pick: DE-OLB Corey Lemonier, Auburn
Hensley's comment: The Ravens are going to need help to rebuild this defense. Baltimore might have to think about using its first-round pick on a middle linebacker (aging Ray Lewis) or safety (Ed Reed is a free agent).