NFL Mock Draft: Full 1st Round Edition 1.0

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Jan 10, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes defensive tackle Michael Bennett answers questions during Media day at Dallas Convention Center. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

21. Cincinnati Bengals

player. 56. The Bengals continue to address their cornerback positions. In a passing league. While the team should upgrade other positions they will likely go for the best player available. <strong><a href=. Cornerback. Michigan State. Trae Waynes. 21

22. Pittsburgh Steelers

55. <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 22. player

23. Detroit Lions

50. The Lions have a number of needs but have shown that they believe in winning with offense. <strong><a href=. Running Back. Wisconsin. Melvin Gordon. 23. player

24. Arizona Cardinals

Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers. 24. player. 32. Ereck Flowers is a highly talented offensive lineman who is just scratching the surface of his talent. The Cardinals, with their down the field passing game and need to keep Carson Palmer safe.

25. Carolina Panthers

87. The Panthers are upset that so many of the offensive linemen are off the board. With big <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. Ohio State. Devin Smith. 25. player

26. Baltimore Ravens

Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 26. player. 26. The Ravens are a unique team. They never seem to do what we expect. In <strong><a href=

27. Dallas Cowboys

123. Jerry Jones always seems to want to do the splashy thing. Adrian Peterson could be the Cowboys running back but Jason Witten is on his last legs and Funchess can provide that split/tight end role well.. Wide Receiver. Michigan. Devin Funchess. 27. player

28. Denver Broncos

45. With Gary Kubiak taking over the Broncos will be a running team down the road. Peyton Manning could be in his last season. Gurley is a highly talented back and could help balance the Broncos offense in his first season.. Running Back. Georgia. Todd Gurley. 28. player

29. Indianapolis Colts

player. 46. The Colts defense needs help anywhere they can get it. Bennett can play on the outside of the Colts odd man defensive line. He can get penetration and hold the point of attack against the run.. Defensive Tackle. Ohio State. Michael Bennett. 29

30. Green Bay Packers

player. 49. The Packers, much like the Ravens, seem to do things we don’t think they will. <strong><a href=. Defensive End. Virginia. Eli Harold. 30

31. Seattle Seahawks

Tight end. Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 31. player. 36. The Seahawks offense struggled to make plays in the passing game last season. They especially don’t have anyone at tight end that scares anyone. <strong><a href=

32. New England Patriots

47. The Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots could do just about anything. <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Oregon. Jake Fisher. 32. player

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