And for another opinion, check out Mike Reiss' mock draft HERE.
Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
A reliable, polished blindside protector who has the ability to start for 10 years on the left side of the line.
Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
Eugene Monroe is just 26, but he enters the final year of his contract in 2013 and Fisher is a building-block type tackle.
Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
The Raiders lost Desmond Bryant, Tommy Kelly and Richard Seymour this offseason. The addition of Floyd softens the blow.
Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
Chip Kelly reunites with a player he coached in college and adds the most versatile defensive player on the board.
Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
The ceiling is high for Johnson, and the Lions are in desperate need of a left tackle to protect Matthew Stafford.
Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
Look for a trade-back scenario here, but Austin would give the Browns a much needed slot presence and wild card on offense.
Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU
The Cardinals need an edge rusher to supplement the core of their front seven.
Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
Bills head coach Doug Marrone relied on Nassib in college; he'll do so again in the pros.
Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU
While my sense is the Jets are looking for ready-to-start prospects, Ansah's raw skills make him too good to pass up at No. 9.
10. Tennessee Titans
Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama
Head coach Mike Munchak was once a first-round guard for this franchise, as was offensive line coach Bruce Matthews.
Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
The cornerbacks left over from San Diego's 2012 roster combined for zero interceptions last season.
12. Miami Dolphins
Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
There may be no better red zone target in this entire class.
13. New York Jets (from Buccaneers)
Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina
The Jets right guard situation isn't pretty, as Vladimir Ducasse has struggled as a pro.
Star Lotulelei, DL, Utah
A major value pick that also fits a glaring need for Carolina.
Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
Questions surround the long-term status of his neck, but Jones' production is impressive.
16. St. Louis Rams
Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas
Add this polished player to an already quality secondary and the Rams' defense could be improved after a solid 2012.
D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston
After enduring a health scare during his final season at Houston, Hayden has come a long way back to be one of the best cornerback prospects in this class.
18. Dallas Cowboys
D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama
This would be a home run for the tackle-needy Cowboys.
19. New York Giants
Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
Another home run. Richardson has impressive first-step quickness and ability to disrupt the pocket.
20. Chicago Bears
Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame
A leader on the field with uncommon instincts.
Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia
Rey Maualuga was retained this offseason, but Ogletree is a superb talent whose stock has dropped due to off-field concerns.
22. St. Louis (from Washington)
Justin Pugh, OL, Syracuse
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has never drafted a first-round offensive lineman. That could change in 2013.
Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina
The Vikings defensive line will enter a period of transition with top veterans coming off the books next offseason.
Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
GM Ryan Grigson recently identified the offensive and defensive lines as areas for his team to address.
25. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle)
Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State
Another defensive lineman for the Vikings, and one who was once considered a potential top-10 pick.
Matt Elam, S, Florida
Although undersized, Elam's versatility is notable.
27. Houston Texans
Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
It doesn't take long when watching Patterson on film to see his potential.
28. Denver Broncos
Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State
The team needs to find a replacement for Elvis Dumervil.
Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
While I expect the team to work hard to trade back, Hunter's physical skill set is tempting at pick 29.
30. Atlanta Falcons
Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida St.
The Falcons need a corner to replace both Dunta Robinson and Brett Grimes, who missed the final 15 weeks of the 2012 season.
John Jenkins, DT, Georgia
The mountain of a man adds some needed depth to the 49ers' defensive line.
32. Baltimore Ravens
Eric Reid, S, LSU
A strong get at pick 32, Reid could prove to be the most complete safety in this draft in just a few years.
PATRIOTS' PICKS: ROUNDS 2-7
Second round (59th overall) New England Patriots
Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
If his recent surgery causes Slay to slip, the Patriots would be adding a high-quality player in the second round.
Third round (91st overall) New England Patriots
Zaviar Gooden, LB, Missouri
The Patriots address a need at coverage linebacker by taking the athletic product out of Missouri.
Seventh round (226th overall) New England Patriots
Malliciah Goodman, DE, Clemson
A potential developmental prospect to mix into the defensive line, and a player that can play on the edge.
Seventh round (235th overall) New England Patriots
Travis Bond, OG, North Carolina
The other guard out of North Carolina in this draft, Bond would give offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia a young lineman to groom.