1. Giants: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina The Giants are in bad shape right now two year removed from a Super Bowl win. While Jason Pierre-Paul is heading into the prime of his career, Justin Tuck is declining and hasn't been a factor for a couple seasons now. Clowney has been projected to be the number one pick since he was a sophomore, no reason for the Giants to pass up on this freak and put him alongside one of the best DEs in the game. 2. Packers: Jake Matthews, T, Texas A&M It is surprising that the Packers are in this position at this point in the season. Their struggles can be tied to some offensive line woes, particularly at right tackle. Jake Matthews, son of hall of famer Bruce Matthews would be a great addition to the Packers O-line. He could spend a couple seasons at RT and eventually move to LT, he is that good. 3. Titans: Marquise Lee, WR, USC It's clear that the Titans have given up on Kenny Britt as reports say that they are shopping him around. We figure at this point the Titans will select one of the top two WRs in this position, we believe that Lee is the best out of the class with elite hands and route running. Those skills will help Jake Locker further his development and they could become a solid duo for years to come. 4. Colts: De'Anthony Thomas, HB, Oregon The Colts need to give Andrew Luck more toys on offense as their offense has struggled to score points this season. Why not take a player who looks like he's out of a video game? Thomas, one of the most dynamic players in college football would give Luck a weapon in the backfield. While this may be early for Thomas, we feel that it's time for the Colts to get a back who can make plays, maybe in the vein of a Marshall Faulk. 5. Cardinals: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville It's time to get Carson Palmer out of there. The Cardinals are clearly in need of a quarterback. They haven't had any luck at the position since the retirement of Kurt Warner. I see the Cardinals taking Teddy Bridgewater here. A lot of experts have Bridgewater as the #1 QB in this draft class and he would be a great fit for the Cards. Larry Fitzgerald would be the happiest man in this situation as he's had some pretty crappy QBs throwing to him for several seasons now. 6. Chargers: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M Chargers decided to end the Phillip Rivers era at the onset of the new ownership. While they have been starting unknown QB Matt Blanchard, he is clearly not the solution long term. With the upcoming opening of a new stadium in San Diego, they need their 1st round pick to be someone to excite the fan base. Look no further than the controversial Johnny Manziel. We all know about his offseason transgressions but there is no denying he is a playmaker and that is something that the Chargers desperately need. 7. Chiefs (from Cowboys): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson We think the Chiefs take the next WR on the board here. We feel like the Chiefs will value Watkins superior athleticism over Lee's skills so they would be happy to get their man here. They can't go wrong either way. They are getting lucky that the Cowboys are struggling at this point in the season and will potentially have a top ten pick at their disposal. 8. Bears: Cyril Richardson, G, Baylor Chicago scored with Kyle Long last year, they could use another guard on the other side and right now Cyril Richardson looks like the best of the class. With two young guards the offensive line could develop into one of the best units in the league which will help open up more running lanes for Matt Forte and put less pressure on Jay Cutler. 9. Steelers: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington Big jump in the mock for Sefarian-Jenkins. We think the Steelers could use a big athletic TE to go with their undersized speedy WRs. A great pass catching TE is a QBs best friend and Sefarian-Jenkins could fit into that role very well. He has been compared to Rob Gronkowski by some NFL scouts and that is quite the compliment for the kid from Washington. He doesn't have to be like Gronkowski but he has the potential to be a big piece in a high powered offense. 10. Falcons: Taylor Lewan, T, Michigan Matt Ryan has been sacked a bunch this year and it's clear that the offensive line has been an issue for a few seasons now. It's time for Atlanta to shore up their offensive line. Lewan is considered 1b as far as tackles go and can protect Ryan's blindside for many years to come. The Falcons have to take a lineman here, it is their biggest need. 11. Bucs: A.J. Johnson, MLB, Tennessee We're not sure about the future of Josh Freeman so the Bucs could potentially look at a QB here but they need to find a MLB. A.J. Johnson makes sense here for a defense that is only a couple pieces away from becoming a really formidable unit. 12. Ravens: C.J. Mosley, MLB, Alabama Baltimore needs to find the next Ray Lewis, if that is possible. Mosley is regarded as the best MLB in the class and comes from one of the best college defense at Alabama. He's ready to start from day one and could be the next great linebacker for the Ravens. 13. Broncos: Adrian Hubbard, ROLB, Alabama After fax-gate last offseason caused the departure of Elvis Dumervil, the Broncos have a hole at OLB opposite Von Miller. Adrian Hubbard could be a good fit here as a guy who can rush the QB and play in space. Considering the attention that Von Miller gets, there is potential for Hubbard to make a lot of plays in the Bronco defense. 14. Texans: Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame Houston already has one of the best 3-4 DEs in the game in J.J. Watt. Imagine how much better their defense can be with a disruptive nose tackle. Louis Nix III has been one of the best players of the Notre Dame defense for the past two seasons and combining him with Watt will make the Texans defense scary. 15. Eagles: Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre DameThere is no telling what Philadelphia will do with Michael Vick as he is slated to become a FA after this season, but as they are in the middle of a transition to 3-4 defense, they need the proper personnel, especially on the defensive line. Tuitt is a mammoth 3-4 DE who will be an adequate piece of the puzzle on the defense. Tuitt is excellent vs the run and will occupy linemen allowing for the Eagles linebackers to make plays. 16. Jaguars: Tahj Boyd, QB, Clemson Since the first version of the mock things have gotten interesting in the first half of the draft. There are a lot of underacheiving teams that already have their QBs so even though the Jags are doing better than expected they can still get their QB of the future at 16. Boyd may not be as dynamic as a Johnny Manziel or highly touted as a Teddy Bridgewater, but he is a proven winner and a tough as nails QB. Maybe Boyd can reignite the Jags fan base and provide some hope for the future in Jacksonville.