The current visions of McShay and Kiper

We’ve got updated mock drafts from Todd McShay and Mel Kiper, so it’s time to take a look at what they have the teams of the AFC South doing.

No. 2 -- Jacksonville Jaguars

McShay: Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State

“Werner is a good overall player who is also strong against the run and would fit well opposite DE Jason Babin, but is he worth this pick? Texas A&M DE Damontre Moore is a better athlete but could slip a bit due to growing concerns about maturity.”

Kiper: Damontre Moore, DE, Texans A&M

“He's an exceptionally productive defensive end prospect with very good quickness, long arms and elite closing burst as a rusher. He will get to the quarterback, period.”

My thoughts: The need is clear. This team has needed a pass-rush boost for some time. Hopefully one of these guys or someone else proves to be worth the spot and provides an answer.

No. 10 -- Tennessee Titans

McShay: Chance Warmack, G, Alabama

"Warmack is the best guard prospect in a decade and would help solidify the offensive line in front of young QB Jake Locker. Warmack has an elite combination of strength, mobility and consistency, and he would be the perfect successor to Steve Hutchinson."

Kiper: Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU*

“The guy is long, fast, has a great burst and can flat-out turn the corner. But he also needs to play with better leverage, take on blockers more effectively and find ways to simply be more productive.”

My thoughts: If Warmack is as good as advertized and lasts to this spot, it sure would be nice to see the Titans invest in the interior line like they’ve said they would.

No. 24 -- Indianapolis Colts

McShay: Johnthan Banks, CB, Miss. St.

"Banks has good size, is an instinctive cover corner, and shows toughness and outstanding ball skills."

Kiper: Banks

“We know the defense could use help in a few places, and the chance to take the second-best CB in the draft is something that could make sense here. Banks can start early and help this defense.”

My thoughts: Banks certainly makes sense, but the Colts have a lot of needs on both sides of the ball. Picking the best available player here could go a lot of different directions.

No. 27 -- Houston Texans

McShay: Keenan Allen, WR, California

"The Texans need more legitimate pass-catching options outside of Pro Bowl WR Andre Johnson. Allen lacks elite top-end speed, but he's a great athlete with a good frame, and his ball skills are much-improved from early in his career."

Kiper: Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech

“Simply put, Patton was really, really hard to cover in 2012, and when he went to the Senior Bowl against some of the top competition in the draft, he didn't get any easier to cover."

My thoughts: Everyone wants the Texans to find a quality No. 2 receiver, including me. But they drafted a couple last year and have tended not to regard the need the same way as we outsiders.