1-Indianapolis   Oliver Luck QB Stanford
Might be the best QB since John Elway.
2-Washington (from STL) Robert Griffin III  QB Baylor
I think RGIII is a bit of a reach, but the pick fits the Redskins way of doing things.
3-Minnesota Matt Kalil OT  USC (best OL in the draft..)
Vikings are so thin that they can get well by drafting the best available guy.
4-Cleveland Browns  Trent Richardson RB  Alabama
RGIII slide stops here. Tannehill wouldn’t surprise me given the Browns history
5-Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Morris Claiborne CB  LSU
6-St. Louis Rams Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
If Richardson gets this far, the Rams nab him here. Reiff or DeCastro wouldn't be a stunner. Both would be welcome additions to the offensive line.
7-Jacksonville Jaguars  Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame

Blaine Gabbert gets a nice target.
8-Miami Dolphins  Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M

Tannehill is a reach. He's not going to be ready for a year or three but the Dolphins may be inclined to wait.
9-Carolina Panthers  Dontari Poe DL Memphis
10-Buffalo Bills Riley Reiff  OT  Iowa
11-Kansas City Chiefs David DeCastro   G  Stanford
Poe is a possibility if he’s there. So is Michael Brockers of LSU. I’d take DeCastro anyway. The Tannehill talk is a smokescreen.
12-Seattle Seahawks Melvin Ingram OLB South Carolina
13-Arizona Cardinals Cordy Glenn OT Georgia
14-Dallas Cowboys Mark Barron S  Alabama
15-Philadelphia Eagles Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
16-New York Jets Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama
17-Cincinnati Bengals Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
18-San Diego Chargers Michael Brockers DT LSU
19 Chicago Bears Donta Hightower ILB Alabama

Bears have addressed the WR situation via free agency. Strong defense is the Bears way.