* Updated Top 25 QB RB & WR Rankings (w/ Projected Teams) *
- This pick is clear as day, Colts start over new with a QB very similar to Matthew Stafford. All the upside in the world.
- Another obvious pick. Redskins regime adds a new explosive QB to greatly improve that offense. A lot like Michael Vick, his game will need to progress in the pros, but his potential as a playmaker is amazing.
- Dolphins signed David Garrard only as a temporary mentor as a starter for the year. After drafting Tannenhill, the Dolphins will have the luxury of letting him learn from a whole year on the bench.
- Kolb isn't feeling too comfortable after all the Peyton to Arizona noise this offseason; the Cardinals coaching staff simply doesn't trust Kolb's game. Cousins is a smart game manager that'll eventually see his time as a starter.
- Brandon Weeden helps compete in Jacksonville, simply because their a desperate franchise. He'll be a career backup, but a solid one at that.
-Osweiler is almost the complete opposite prospect that Colt McCoy was. He'll need a ton of time to adjust and tighten up his game but he's most likely to land a starting gig in Cleveland.
- Losing Hillis hurt more than Cleveland would like to think. Hardesty has a ton of potential but simply isn't the prospect Richardson is. Trent Richardson is the best RB prospect since Adrian Peterson. A physical grinder, he'll set the tone for the Browns offense, with Hardesty coming off the bench.
- Doug Martin is a workhouse. Exactly what the Lions offense needs. He'll be the muscle and Best will be the speed. Fills a huge need.
- Blount sure won't like this, but the 2 would form a scary duo. Wilson is a playmaker with great elusiveness, and will certainly do his damage as a rookie.
- Lamar Miller fills a great hole in Pittsburgh. Ideally, Mendenhall will recover as he should, but Miller will do the work in the meantime.
- McGahee is 30, and after a great year he's winding down. Denever needs a physical north south runner to pound it in the trenches.
- LaMichael James takes a lot of heat for his lack of size, but Rex Ryan feeds off of that. He'll compliment Shonn Green and the offense will find creative ways to get him involved later in his career.
- Bernard Pierce will certainly fix Chris Johnson's issues. Competiton would force Johnson to get his head together and work harder, and at the best the 2 would form a decent duo.
- Ray Rice needs help. Anthony Allen alone won't do the trick. Turbin is a powerful, versatile player with great tenacity up the middle.
- Pead is electric and would fill a big hole for the Giants now that Jacobs is gone and Bradshaw's health is always iffy.
- The QB can't throw if his receivers don't get open. Floyd was dominant during his college days and would be the Jaguars #1 guy as a rookie.
- Blackmon to the Rams seems pretty certain. They need help and Sam Bradford's body can't take much more of a beating. Blackmon has all the skills to be the teams #1 as a rookie.
- Cam Newton to Kendall Wright seems pretty unreal. He'll learn from Steve Smith as a rookie, while contributing as a slot reciever. The potential for him in Carolina is unbelievable.
- Andrew Luck needs a go to guy, who better than Alshon Jeffrey in the 2nd round. As a rookie, he'll see his time, but his real work will be done down the line as he matures with Luck. Great size, could turn out to be the best of any WR prospect this year.
- The Browns completley revamp their offense in the first 3 rounds. With Richardson as a RB, Osweiler battling at QB, Stephen Hill will find his spot on the offense quickly. With all the tools to succeed, Hill needs to polish his craft but has great upside.
- Randle is a bit underrated, and after trading away Marshall, the team needs more threats. He won't do too much damage as a rookie, but given time he'll be a solid possesion receiver for years to come.
- Sanu will likely contribute a lot as a rookie as a Jet. With the termoil surronding Santonio, the Jets could use another playmaker. Sanu has great skills and would likely be the teams starting slot receiver as a rookie.
- Brian Quick is a monster and if he'd of played D1 school he'd be a top 15 pick. Minnesota needs a big #2 receiver to balance with Percy and Quick will do that and more. Very similar to a young Terrell Owens, Quick may be a pro bowl talent if he continues to progress his game.
Jones - Redskins
- Marvin Jones' stock has been on the upside lately. Great size and catch radius, Jones is a smooth athlete and will give Griffin a rookie WR to grow with. As a rookie he won't be asked to do a whole lot, but he'll likely turn into a star.
- If not for injury, Broyles would've gotten drafted in the 1st surely. Great route runner with a knack for big plays, Broyles will play opposite Steve Johnson, but he'll need to prove a lot to see his time early.