*3 team trade, involving KC, Tampa Bay and Denver: Denver surrenders Jay Cutler for the #3 overall pick. Tampa Bay acquires Cutler for their #19 and #50 picks this year, plus a #1 in 2010. The Chiefs pick up #19, #50 and the Bucs #1 in 2010. Round One 1. Detroit â€“ SSLB Aaron Curry, Wake Forest Curry separated himself from the pack with superior numbers. 2. Saint Louis â€“ LT Jason Smith, Baylor Flip a coin: Smith or Monroe. It simply matters who you ask. 3. *Denver (from Kansas City) â€“ QB Matthew Stafford, UGA If the other rumors pissed off Cutler, just wait until he sees this! 4. Seattle â€“ DE Brian Orakpo, Texas Moraâ€™s first order of business is adding the premier pass rusher. 5. Cleveland â€“ DE/LB Everett Brown, Florida St Mangini has promised the fans a pass rusher and needs to deliver. 6. Cincinnati â€“ LT Eugene Monroe, Virginia Levi Jones has his bags packed, as Monroe moves into the lineup. 7. Oakland â€“ NG B.J. Raji, BC Even Al Davis couldnâ€™t blow this pick. Itâ€™s Raji or a LT, easy. 8. Jacksonville â€“ OT/OG Andre Smith, Alabama Watch him run without a shirt and youâ€™ll never look at hooters again. 9. Green Bay â€“ WR Michael Crabtree, TT It looks ridiculous now. But the rich just keep on getting richer. 10. San Francisco â€“ DE/OLB Aaron Maybin, PSU Heâ€™s a great sack artist but heâ€™s just out there doing his own thing. 11. Buffalo â€“ DE/LB Clay Matthews, III, USC The hybrid 3-4 LBâ€™s are tightly grouped together and will go fast. 12. Denver â€“ DE Robert Ayers, Tennessee The roster is loaded with DEâ€™s but none that has the size to start. 13. Washington â€“ LT Michael Oher, Mississippi The Skins gamble on Oherâ€™s upside to revive their aging OL. 14. New Orleans â€“ SSLB Brian Cushing, USC Vilma needs help on the outside and Cushing seems the best option. 15. Houston â€“ ILB Rey Maualuga, USC Demeco Ryans will move to SSLB and wreak havoc on opponents. 16. San Diego â€“ LT Eben Britton, Arizona The Chargers ignored a glaring hole at RT last season. Not again. 17. NY Jets â€“ RB Chris â€śBeanieâ€ť Wells, OSU After taking a hard look at McFadden in â€™08, the Jets suck for Wells. 18. Chicago â€“ DE/LB Larry English, Northern Illinois Injury concerns will scare some but otherwise all he does is produce. 19. *Kansas City (from Tampa Bay) â€“ RB Knowshon Moreno, UGA Larry Johnson will be traded, and Moreno will star with Matt Cassel. 20. Detroit (from Dallas) â€“ QB Mark Sanchez, USC The Lions will roll the dice that Sanchez will be waiting for them. 21. Philadelphia â€“ DT Peria Jerry, Mississippi The Eagles like to rotate their linemen, and will add Jerry to the mix. 22. Minnesota â€“ DB Louis Delmas, Western Michigan Delmas is being compared to Bob Sanders and Michael Griffin. 23. New England â€“ DE/OLB Michael Johnson, Georgia Tech From over hyped to overly criticized, in a flash. Johnson is a steal. 24. Atlanta â€“ SS Eugene Chung, Oregon Lawyer Milloy is finished. Chung takes over the intimidator role. 25. Miami â€“ DE/LB Connor Barwin, Cincinnati Parcells is a collector of LBâ€™s and finds an intriguing prospect in Barwin. 26. Baltimore â€“ WR Jeremy Maclin, Missouri Joe Flacco is going to need more weapons than what he now has. 27. Indianapolis â€“ WR/RB Percy Harvin, Florida Harvin seems like the most logical replacement for Marvin Harrison. 28. Philadelphia (from Carolina) â€“ CB Malcolm Jenkins, OSU Jenkins stock mirrors, OSU great, Chris Gamble (from top ten to 28th). 29. NY Giants â€“ TE Brandon Pettigrew, OSU The Shockey trade didnâ€™t work out well for either team involved. 30. Tennessee â€“ CB/FS Sean Smith, Utah The size, speed and swagger to step in and dominate at the next level. 31. Arizona â€“ SSLB Clint Sintim, Virginia Karlos Dansby canâ€™t do it alone. Sintim can really bring the heat. 32. Pittsburgh â€“ C Max Unger, Oregon Even the best and versatile Centers tend to get forgotten on draft day. Round Two 33. Detroit â€“ MLB James Laurinaitis, Ohio State The LB unit goes from the teamsâ€™ weakness to greatest strength. 34. New England â€“ CB Mike Mickens, Cincinnati If he can prove healthy, there isnâ€™t a more dangerous CB in this draft. 35. St. Louis â€“ RB LeSean McCoy, Pittsburgh Steven Jackson, consider this a fire under your cleaned out colon. 36. Cleveland â€“ DE/DT Tyson Jackson, LSU With Shaun Rogers itching to leave, Jackson is the obvious choice. 37. Seattle â€“ CB D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt His heart and mouth have been questioned, like a DeAngelo Hall. 38. Cincinnati â€“ DE Lawrence Sidbury, Richmond The Bengals miss â€śGodzilla.â€ť But not anymore! This kid is sick! 39. Jacksonville â€“ DB Vontae Davis, Illinois Davis is at CB what his brother is at TE, if that tells you anything. 40. Oakland â€“ RT Jamon Meredith, SC A strong Combine coupled with the versatility to step in at LT. 41. Green Bay â€“ LB Zach Follett, Cal They donâ€™t just hand out nicknames like the â€śPain Trainâ€ť for nothing. 42. Buffalo â€“ OL Andy Levitre, Oregon State 1st round talent that can play anywhere along the line: Immediate help. 43. San Francisco â€“ OL Alex Mack, Cal His ability to play across the line makes him too difficult to pass up. 44. Miami â€“ CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forest Teams remove prospects from their board at 5â€™-8â€ť. Smith is close. 45. NY Giants â€“ LT William Beatty, UConn Draws penalties, indicating he struggles with speed, but good feet. 46. Houston â€“ QB Pat White, WVU Matt Schaub is obviously not the answer, so theyâ€™ll gamble on White. 47. New England â€“ FS David Bruton, Notre Dame Brutonâ€™s superior athleticism gets him drafted over bigger names. 48. Denver â€“ CB Joe Burnett, UCF The guy Iâ€™ve been pushing is now called a day two bargain by Mayock. 49. Chicago â€“ WR Brian Robiskie, Ohio St Robiskie has done, at the very least, enough for round 2 considerations. 50. *Kansas City (from Tampa Bay) â€“ DE/LB David Veikune, Hawaii Veikune is a relentless beast who compares favorably to Travis Laboy. 51. Dallas â€“ WR Hakim Nicks, North Carolina Tony Romo may not need Roy Williams to pretend to be a #1, after all. 52. Philadelphia â€“ TE Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss Nelson has been called a WR in a TEâ€™s body. A very hot prospect! 53. NY Jets â€“ QB Josh Freeman, Kansas State Pats envy continues for Jets: Freeman is a Tom Brady disciple. 54. Minnesota â€“ WR Darius Heyward-Bey, Maryland The Combine dust has settled. Heâ€™s still a burner, and still a 2nd rounder. 55. Atlanta â€“ TE James Casey, Rice Look for them to spend a high pick on a TE they can move around. 56. Miami â€“ WR Kenny Britt, Rutgers Britt would really make an intriguing red zone target for the Dolphins. 57. Baltimore â€“ CB Darius Butler, UConn For a team with problems in the secondary, Butler is a solid addition. 58. New England â€“ LB Tyrone McKenzie, USF If McKenzie is still on the board, the Pats will revisit this position. 59. Carolina â€“ DE/DT Jarron Gilbert, San Jose St Unusual athleticism may get him drafted earlier than he ought to be. 60. NY Giants â€“ RB Rashard Jennings, Liberty With Ward departing, the G-Men bring in another beast of an RB. 61. Indianapolis â€“ RB Shonn Greene, Iowa Greene has the consistency and toughness that they badly need. 62. Tennessee â€“ DT Fili Moala, USC To the Titans, heâ€™ll be looking like a poor manâ€™s Albert Haynesworth. 63. Arizona â€“ RB Donald Brown, UConn JJ Arrington is gone. The Edge is going. The Cards need another RB. 64. Pittsburgh â€“ OG Duke Robinson, Oklahoma The Steelers double up on â€śBig Uglies,â€ť with potential domination.