1. Tampa Bay - are still believed to covet Florida State QB Jameis Winston first overall. But last week, ownership began to scrutinize Winston fearing he was a PR problem. ESPN's Chris Mortensen is reporting the Bucs have moved on to his Heisman successor, Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
2. Tennessee - are said to be committed to Zach Mettenberger at QB and that is going to create a frenzy over the next two weeks. The Titans will be receiving offers from multiple teams to part ways with the pick regardless of which one of the top two QBs is available.
3. Jacksonville - If the Titans stay put, they will likely take USC DT Leonard Williams. If Tennessee trades out, Williams could end up in Jacksonville. But be aware that many are still mocking Florida OLB Dante Fowler, Jr. here.
4. Oakland - The Raiders still need offensive skill help and there is plenty to choose from here. All three top WRs are at their disposal at No. 4 but West Virginia's Kevin White appears to be the likely choice.
5. Washington - The Skins would love to get out of the RGIII business and are hoping that either Winston or Mariota falls to them. That isn't going to happen. Instead, they'll look to prop up their defense with a playmaker. If Fowler is here, he's the likely pick. If not, they may take either Randy Gregory of Nebraska or Mizzou's Shane Ray.
6. Jets - New GM Mike Maccagnan could try to get up to No. 2 to get a QB, but it will be too costly. So, he'll do the next best thing and take Alabama WR Amari Cooper, who would come right in and join a receiving corp of Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, Jace Amaro and Jeremy Kerley. Not bad.
7. Chicago - They have pretty much painted themselves into a corner with QB Jay Cutler. There are rumors the Bears will try to trade up for QB anyway. If not, they need defensive help, especially rushing the passer. Either Ray, Gregory or Clemson's Vic Beasley will be available.
8. Atlanta - They have the skill players on offense, now they need some help in the trenches. They will have their pick of offensive linemen and Brandon Scherff of Iowa could be their choice. But the Falcons are in need of a pass rush and may sacrifice the safety of QB Matt Ryan by taking one of the remaining edge rushers.
9. Giants - No doubt the room will be abuzz with varying opinions. The offensive line needs one more constant, namely a tackle. Some are saying Stanford's Andrus Peat would be the Giants' pick if the draft unfolds as mapped out above. He would play RT and Justin Pugh would move to guard. The pass rush showed signs of life late last season, but still needs help.
It will come down to whether the remaining player(s) at that position are the BPA at No. 9. Then, there is the possibility a WR falls to them here. No matter what, they are going to land a good player and it will be at a position they need. You can forget about a safety here. The top safety in the draft, Alabama's Landon Collins, is not one of the draft's top 10 talents.