Team rankings are based on ESPN's Week 3 Rankings
The Browns desperately need an upgrade opposite Jabaal Sheard. Frostee Rucker hasn't registered a season with more than 4 sacks and also hasn't been healthy enough to start a full season in his 7 years in the league. They could use a great pass rusher to add to their stout defense.
4.Minnesota Vikings: Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah Utes
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 220 lbs. | Class: Senior
It's time that Kansas City admits the mistake of signing Matt Cassel. They need an upgrade. Period. Logan Thomas has the potential to be a top 5 pick and could possibly bring the Chiefs back to the playoffs.
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 320 lbs. | Class: Senior
The Titans interior offensive line is struggling to say the least. LeRoy Harris is struggling with injury and the inability to run block. Chance Warmack can turn Chris Johnson's 1.1 yards per carry around. He's already opened up holes for former Alabama standouts Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson, and can do the same in the NFL.
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 200 lbs. | Class: Junior
The Dolphins are lacking in the receiver department after the departure of Brandon Marshall. Hunter is a receiver that Ryan Tannehill can build around. He has the size and speed to bring the Dolphins out of their playoff drought.
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 199 lbs. | Class: Junior
Alabama has had plenty of secondary players taken in the 1st round of the draft over the past couple of years, Dee Milliner could be the next big one. The Saints need a solid corner opposite Jabari Greer and Milliner could be their guy.
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 322 lbs. | Class: Junior
Saint Louis ranked 31st in rush defense last year and need to improve if they want to be in the playoffs any time soon. "Big Hank" has the skills to help out that defense tremendously.
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 255 lbs. | Class: Senior
Who is Kelvin Sheppard again? Oh yeah he's the excuse of a middle linebacker that helped the Bills to the 28th ranked rush defense. The Bills could use some help at the linebacker spot and Te'o is the best coming out in this years draft. If he's still around at number 11 the Bills need to snatch him up.
With the aging Ronde Barber, the Bucs should probably start preparing for his retirement. Enter David Amerson. The All-American corner will do wonders for the defense after Barber retires.
While Greg Little isn't terrible, the Browns could get a better receiver through the draft. Robert Woods has the potential to be the best receiver in the draft this year and the Browns would do great if he's still around at 13.
Lemonier is one of those hybrid players that can play either defensive end or outside linebacker. He is an excellent pass rusher and can help the Panthers contend for the NFC South.
15.New York Jets: Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina Gamecocks
Shonn Greene isn't getting it done, plain and simple. To help Mark Sanchez's passing game open up, he needs a great runningback. Marcus Lattimore is just a bonified play maker that has the chance to take it to the house any time he touches the ball.
The Seahawks could use someone to help stop the run. Jenkins is a 6'4, 360 pound defensive tackle that has enough size to stop any running back. If he is still around by the Seahawk's pick they'd do great to grab him.
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