Trent Richardson - RB - Alabama
No changes here - the Browns need a legit RB in order to open up the passing game. Many folks think this may be Tannehill, but if he's the pick you'll hear a collective BOO nationwide from Browns fans. If Tampa moves up I see the Browns trying to find a taker for Matt Kalil. If that doesn't happen - Blackmon would be the pick.
Justin Blackmon - WR - Oklahoma St.
Sam Bradford has probably been begging his new GM and head coach for a WR and he'll likely get his wish. Don't be surprised if Michael Floyd jumps Blackmon between now and the draft...he's taller, faster and may have more upside. If Blackmon is gone I think it's Fletcher Cox or Michael Floyd.
Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
SHOCKER...No Tannehill this time. I've had Floyd as a top-ten pick for a month and now everyone else is on the bandwagon. He's taller and faster than Blackmon but played on a very balanced offense at ND so he didn't have the big numbers. I think Floyd may end up being a better pro than Blackmon.
Ryan Tannehill - QB - Texas A&M
The Dolphins passing on Tannehill raises a big red flag to me but not for the Chiefs. He can sit on the bench for a year behind Matt Cassel and take over in 2013.
PS - Remember the THIRD QB taken in the 2004 draft? Ben Roethlisberger. I don't think he's Big Ben but he has potential.
Dontari Poe - DT - Memphis
Poe is this year's version of Phil Taylor whom the Browns picked in the middle of the first round. He dominated the Senior Bowl, had an outstanding combine and is a bit of an underachiever. With the Eagles playing their wide-nine DE's they need space-eaters inside and Poe fits the bill.
Dre Kirkpatrick - CB - Alabama
I wouldn't be surprised if Kirkpatrick goes as high as #7 to Jacksonville or as low as the late 20's. As an outsider it's hard to tell how bad his off-field issues may be, but if he drops this far that'll likely be why. The Lions may be scared off due to their picks from 2011 getting into trouble, but his talent wins out.