And so comes the first of about twenty million mock drafts to grace this board in the next few months. I am currently using Great Blue North's rankings for teams, which are based solely on win percentage thusfar and strength of schedule. #1 Detroit: Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame. The Lions need a QB for the future, and Quinn is their most likely pick for this position. #2 Arizona: Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin: The best player available at a need position for the Cardinals. #3 Oakland: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech: The best player available at ANY position in the draft falls right into Al Davis' lap. #4 Houston: Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma: The Texans passed up Reggie Bush last year. They won't pass on a RB of the future again, especially when he is the best player available. #5 Cleveland: Alan Branch, DT, Michigan: The Browns need a huge DT to stuff up the middle for their franchise, and Branch is perfectly suited for the position. #6 Tampa Bay: Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson: The Bucaneers need new, young talent on the defensive line and the best defensive end in the draft will suit them nicely. #7 Green Bay: Marshawn Lynch, RB, UCLA: The Packers picked up their future franchise quarterback two years ago; now they will select their RB of the future. #8 Washington: Leon Hall, CB, Michigan: The Redskins need a player who can upgrade their secondary beyond its current paltry state. Leon Hall could end up being that player. #9 Pittsburgh: Levi Brown, OT, Penn State: The Steelers go for the best lineman on the board to improve their front five. #10 Tennessee: Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC: Behind Drew Bennett, who could leave in the offseason, the Titans have little WR depth. The Titans hope to fill this hole with Jarrett. #11 Atlanta: Laron Landry, S, LSU: The defensive secondary for the Falcons has been porous, and Landry can help them stop the deep threat. #12 Minnesota: Jeff Samardzija, WR, Notre Dame: The Vikings once again find themselves without a legitimate threat at WR and hope that the sure-handed WR out of Notre Damecan fix this problem. #13 St. Louis: Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn State: The Rams need an eventual replacement for the aging Dexter Coakley at WR. #14 San Francisco: Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno State: The 49ers continue to fill gaps in their personnel, this time taking a cornerback who could become a shutdown threat in the NFL. #15 Philadelphia: Ted Ginn, WR, Ohio State: The Eagles hope they have finally found a WR at the level of Terrell Owens again in Ted Ginn. #16 Miami: Jake Long, OT, Michigan: The Dolphins line can still be improved, and the Dolphins want their franchise tackle to be this stud out of Michigan. #17 Buffalo: Troy Smith, QB, Ohio State: The J.P. Losman era is likely over, and Troy Smith could be the leader that the Bills have been looking for. #18 New York Jets: Frank Okam, DT, Texas: The Jets hope that this huge defensive lineman can give them better run support and a rush up the middle. #19 Carolina: Zach Miller, TE, Arizona: The Panthers could use a receiving threat at TE to compliment Steve Smith and Keyshawn at WR. #20 Jacksonville: Sam Baker, OT, USC: The Jaguars could use a better run blocking line, and Baker is precisely the guy to give that blocking threat up front. #21 New York Giants: Quinn Pit****, DT, Ohio State: The Giants need to improve the middle of their front seven, and Pit**** is the most talented tackle on the board. #22 Cincinnati: Quentin Moses, DE, Georgia: Though DE isn't really a need position for the Bengals, they can't pass up such a good player this late in the first round. #23 New England (from Seattle): Lamarr Woodley, OLB, Michigan: The Patriots snatch the best elephant in the draft out from under the noses of other 3-4 teams. #24 Dallas: Justin Blalock, OG, Texas: That the Cowboys can stand to improve their offensive line is a massive understatement. Blalock is the best lineman available. #25 New Orleans: Rufus Alexander, OLB, Oklahoma: Though Mark Simneau has been a rock up the middle, the Saints could still use more talent at the OLB position. #26 Kansas City: Aaron Sears, OT, Tennessee: A stretch? Vastly. A huge need? Even more so. #27 Denver: Brandon Meriweather, FS, Miami: The Broncos cover up a future need, as John Lynch won't last forever. #28 New England: Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh: The Patriots pick up one of the biggest talents in the draft at the cornerback position. #29 Baltimore: Kenny Irons, RB, LSU: The Ravens hope that Irons will add some youth and speed to the runningback rotation. #30 San Diego: Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss: The Chargers are lacking depth and youth at the ILB position and hope that Willis can be their next Donnie Edwards. #31 Chicago: Rufus Alexander, LB, Oklahoma: If Lance Briggs leaves in the offseason, this position could be a concern for the Bears. #32 Indianapolis: Drew Stanton, QB, Michigan State: Just kidding. The Colts select a new defensive lineman to add to the tackle rotation...Amobi Okoye. I look forward to your responses.