ESPN NFL draft analyst Todd McShay put together his final mock, Mock 6.0. There is a shakeup among the offensive tackles in the top five, which changes the outlook for the rest of the draft. This is an Insider post, so you'll need a subscription to view the entire post. As always, I can clue you in on the AFC North picks:
McShay's pick: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
Hensley's comment: There's been increasing buzz over the past 12 hours that the Browns will be the first team to take a quarterback. It would be a reach to take Smith this high. But the Browns wouldn't be the first team to surprise everyone and take a quarterback higher than expected.
McShay's pick: Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
Hensley's comment: Most mock drafts have put either Jones or Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert at this spot for the Steelers. Eifert is the safer pick, but Jones has more upside -- if he checks out medically. I think it's worth the risk for the Steelers, who generated 37 sacks last season (tied for 15th in the NFL) and 35 sacks in 2011 (tied for 17th).
McShay's pick: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
Hensley's comment: The Bengals would like to add a playmaking back to share the load with BenJarvus Green-Ellis. But do they want a back so much to use a first-rounder on him? It seems like the Bengals would get more value taking a running back with one of their two second-round picks.
32. Baltimore Ravens
McShay's pick: Matt Elam, S, Florida
Hensley's comment: I've never been sold on the Ravens going with James Ihedigbo as their starting strong safety. Elam, who is considered the No. 2 safety in this draft by many, has a knack for making plays at critical times, which is a trait that's important to the Ravens. He's a viable option for Baltimore at No. 32.