1.    Luke Joeckel, T, Texas A&M. His experience playing with three divergent styles of QB and offensive systems gives him the edge at the top. Better than Jake Long, not quite Joe Thomas.

2.   Eric Fisher, T, Central Michigan. To say Fisher is not as good as Joeckel is splitting hairs; this is more 1 and 1a than 1 and 2.

3.   Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri. Plays with the interior disruptiveness of a quicker Gerald McCoy, who was the #3 pick in ’10.

4.   Chance Warmack, G, Alabama. A flat-out stud with amazing power and great tenacity, but not quite as faultless on tape as I wanted to believe.

5.   Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU. Right now he’s no better than about 50th in this class, but Ziggy has the highest ceiling of any player in this draft.

6.   Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama. Savvy playmaking corner with excellent length and deep speed; well-heeled under DB guru Nick Saban.

7.   Barkevious Mingo, LB, LSU. In the rare occasions where LSU unleashed him, Mingo was freakishly effective. Rare speed off the edge.

8.   Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon. Durability issues weigh down this very fluid, spatially aware, versatile defender. I like him much better in a 3-4 than 4-3.

9.   Sharrif Floyd, DT/DE, Florida. Locates the ball extremely well and closes with both speed and power not often seen in people his size.

10.                 Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia. He might be the fastest LB in the NFL from sideline to sideline right away, but must show more consistent toughness.

11.Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia. Freakishly quick playmaker from the slot and out of the backfield; Eric Metcalf 2.0 but quicker.

12.                 Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State. The torn ACL is the only thing between Tank and the top 10. Much better ceiling as a pass rusher than his more celebrated teammate Werner.

13.                 Jonathan Cyprien, S, Florida Int’l. Big and rangy but very good in coverage. Has the complete package teams want in a safety, just needs more time with the big boys.

14.                 Lane Johnson, T, Oklahoma. Converted QB still growing into the position but has excellent technique and athleticism.

15.                 Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State. Do-it-all LB flies all over the field; lack of size is biggest issue but he plays bigger than he looks.

16.                 Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah. The heart condition is worrisome because it limits stamina, but still a very potentially disruptive big man that can play any of 1-5 techniques.

17.                 Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame. His experience as the X receiver shows his downfield ability, but he can mix it up in-line some too. Better prospect than predecessor Kyle Rudolph.

18.                 Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State. The German has a unique skillset that will tantalize some coaches; best fit is as a 4-3 LDE.

19.                 Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. Underrated gem has the complete physical package, needs fine tuning with his hands and coordination with linemates.

20.                Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas. Big hitter that can cover in the slot if needed. Fairly high boom/bust potential, tries to do too much too often.

21.                 Datone Jones, DE, UCLA

22.                Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee

23.                Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia

24.                Jonathan Cooper, G/C, North Carolina

25.                Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas. Spotlight: Has the mental toughness and ability to throw open receivers teams covet, but concussion issues are a damper.

26.                Damontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M

27.                Kevin Minter, LB, LSU

28.                Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech

29.                DJ Fluker, T, Alabama. Spotlight: Fluker might be the best run blocking tackle to hit the draft in years, but pass protection against speed is a problem.

30.                DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson

31.                 Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State

32.                Jamie Collins, DE/OLB, Southern Miss

33.                Robert Woods, WR, USC

34.                Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State

35.                Keenan Allen, WR, California. Spotlight: His troublesome PCL issue has lingered longer than expected, but he shined pre-injury with his size and routes.

36.                Matt Barkley, QB, USC

37.                Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State

38.                Kawann Short, DT, Purdue

39.                Larry Warford, G, Kentucky

40.                Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State

41.                 Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State

42.                Menelik Watson, T, Florida State

43.                Travis Frederick, G/C, Wisconsin. Spotlight: Frederick is the best center but is much better as a NFL guard. Plays with genuine malice, which is a good thing.

44.                Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers

45.                Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina

46.                Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

47.                Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse

48.                Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU

49.                Manti Te’o, LB, Notre Dame

50.                Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington. Spotlight: Will be drafted much higher than this because he relentlessly goes after the ball with confidence.

51.                 Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

52.                Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama

53.                Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia

54.                Vance McDonald, TE, Rice

55.                Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern. Spotlight: Powerful line anchor answered level of competition questions with a great Senior Bowl week.

56.                Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State

57.                Jordan Mills, T, Louisiana Tech

58.                Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA

59.                Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State

60.                Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia

61.                 Eric Reid, S, LSU

62.                Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

63.                Robert Alford, CB, SE Louisiana

64.                Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee. Spotlight: Has the best arm talent of any QB in this draft, but makes far too many mental errors for comfort. Could blossom, could bottom out quickly.

65.                Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati

66.                David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State

67.                Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee State

68.                Sio Moore, LB, UConn

69.                Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State

70.                DJ Swearinger, S, South Carolina. Spotlight: Has some great game tape, has some ugly game tape. If given proper rudder, Swearinger could be very effective.

71.                 Dallas Thomas, T/G, Tennessee

72.                William Gholston, DE, Michigan State

73.                Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma

74.                AJ Klein, LB, Iowa State

75.                Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee

76.                Devonte Holloman, LB, South Carolina. Spotlight: A personal favorite; converted safety is excellent in coverage and recognition, but really struggles to avoid and shed blocks.

77.                Jon Bostic, LB, Florida

78.                Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson

79.                Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse

80.                E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State. Spotlight: Will be drafted much higher on potential he seldom lived up to at FSU. How much did system hold him back?

81.                 Ace Sanders, WR/RS, South Carolina

82.                Sanders Commings, CB/S, Georgia

83.                Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky

84.                Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas

85.                Duke Williams, S, Nevada

86.                Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State

87.                John Jenkins, DT, Georgia. Spotlight: Built like a nose tackle but plays like a defensive end. Drafting team must know what they are getting or he will disappoint.

88.                Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, UConn

89.                Matt Elam, S, Florida

90.                Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford

91.                 Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers. Spotlight: Rangy headhunter must add functional bulk to have same success at next level.

92.                Montori Hughes, DT, Tennessee-Martin

93.                Dax Swanson, CB, Sam Houston State

94.                Corey Lemonier, DE/LB, Auburn

95.                Baccari Rambo, S, Georgia

96.                Connor Vernon, WR, Duke

97.                David Bakhtiari, T/G, Colorado

98.                Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M

99.                Marc Anthony, CB, California. Spotlight: Lacks great measurables but has strong instincts and knows own ability very well. NFL-ready right away.

100.             Terron Armstead, T, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

101.             Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin

102.             JJ Wilcox, S, Georgia Southern

103.             Darius Johnson, WR, SMU

104.             Dwayne Gratz, CB, UConn

105.             Michael Williams, TE, Alabama. Spotlight: Excellent in-line blocker with deceptive sneakiness and strong hands as a receiver. Egregious Combine snub.

106.             Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh

107.             Ty Powell, LB, Harding

108.             Earl Wolff, S, North Carolina State

109.             BW Webb, CB, William & Mary

110.             Lerentee McCray, LB, Florida

111.              Justin Pugh, T/G, Syracuse

112.             Phillip Thomas, S, Fresno State

113.             Barrett Jones, G/C, Alabama

114.             Margus Hunt, DE, SMU. Spotlight: Great workout athlete but lacks a real position in the NFL; was thoroughly dominated by Joeckel.

115.             David Quessenberry, T/G, San Jose State

116.             Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas

117.             Michael Buchanan, DE, Illinois

118.             Brandon Magee, CB, Miami FL

119.             Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon. Spotlight: On sheer ability he’s a top 50 talent, but litany of personal issues make him a big risk.

120.             Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech

121.             Mike Davis, CB/RS, Hawaii

122.             Sean Porter, LB, Texas A&M

123.             Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas. Spotlight: The rare underclassmen guard has decent skills but needs mental toughness to make the jump.