This turned out to be a little more annoying than I thought because some people don't have their pages up to date. But here are my predictions for the draft without trying to predict trades. With the first pick in The Phins GM League draft....... 1. The Cincinnati Bengals select Ndamukong Suh. Some people think that Suh might be the best defensive tackle prospect ever and I can't blame them with his ability to control the game from the inside. Hes an explosive playmaker with a non-stop motor. Gotta love that. The Bengals have a few holes to fill including Defensive Tackle, Defensive End, Safety, and depending on how much you think LT has left in the tank RB. Why not get the best player in the draft. 2. Detroit Lions select Gerald McCoy. The Lions have two picks in the top 10 and have made it clear they would like to trade down from pick 2. But assuming they can't trade down they'll just have to settle with the second best player in the draft...Boo whoooo. They need help at WR, DL, and SS. McCoy has amazing quickness and many feel he will be a better pass rusher than Suh. He improves the Lions D-line from day one. 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Eric Berry. The Bucs have 2 huge holes at both FS and WR. They will have a tough decision on their hands but in the end will take the best player still on the board in Berry. He is a ballhawk and reminds many of Ed Reed. He will be in many opposing Quarterback's nightmares for years to come. 4. Washington Redskins select Sam Bradford. Its a Quarterback driven league and with the likes of Kerry Collins and Colt Brennan as the only QBs on the roster this is a no brainer. Bradford has amazing accuracy and good footwork. The big concern for the former Heisman winner is his health. But if the shoulder checks out the Redskins could have the future of their franchise. 5. Tennessee Titans select Dez Bryant. The Titans have 3 picks in the first round and should be able to fill their holes without a problem. They would love Eric Berry to fall to this spot but chances are that won't happen. They may also view this as a little high for Earl Thomas and they'll hope he can make it to pick 11. They have Kenny Britt who showed promise last year but no one on the other side. Bryant has the potential to be a elite WR in this league one day and teaming him up with Britt will only make Vince Young happy. Okay no more pictures...unless a Buckeye gets picked . 6. Seattle Seahawks pick Russell Okung. We'll be stunned if the Seahawks go into next season with Sean Locklear as their starting left tackle. Russell Okung is the best tackle prospect in a deep draft. 7. Detroit Lions select Rolando McClain. The Lions would LOVE Dez Bryant to fall here but with him already off the board they'll have to wait to fill their need at reciever. McClain will help sure up the middle of their D and will add the leadership the team is lacking. With two picks the Lions sure have fix their D. 8. The Green Bay Packers select C.J. Spiller. The Packers could go a few places with this pick. Their needs are RB, WR, NT, and maybe OLB. With Dez Bryant off the board and feeling though they can get either their NT or OLB later in the first they decide to go with the electrifying Spiller. 9. Buffalo Bills pick Derrick Morgan. So far this has been the hardest to predict. They signed Pennington so I assume they'll go QB later since they don't need a starter this year. Bryant is already off the board if they were planning to go WR. Their O-line struggled last year but it was also very young and they might want to give them another year to improve. My guess is they try to bring in another OLB to play strong-side opposite from Maybin. Morgan had a very productive year and is solid against the run. 10. Jacksonville Jaguars select Earl Thomas. The Jags need a FS that can cover a lot of ground and can be a play maker for them. They could also use another pass rusher but with how deep that class is it might be smarter to grab a safety now and then get the best pass rusher later. 11. Tennessee Titans select Mike Iupati. I know that a Guard might be a little high right here but with all the top-tier safeties off the board its time to fill in some holes on the offensive line. Iupati is a physical blocker who will help open up holes for Chris Johnson(not that he really needs help.) 12. Miami Dolphins pick Jason Pierre-Paul. JPP may be a little raw but with how athletic and explosive he is there is no telling what he'll be able to do in a few years with coaching. The Dolphins could also use corner back depth but after taking two corners in the first two rounds last year it might be a waste to take another in the first round this year. Adding JPP with Wake give the Dolphins a fearful duo that will give opposing coaches nightmares for years to come. 13. San Francisco 49ers select Brandon Graham. Graham comes in right away and challenges Haralson for the starting spot on the strong side and at worst is used for pass rush situations. He led the nation in tackles for a loss and some are comparing him to LaMarr Woodley. 14. Seattle Seahawks select Jerry Hughes. It has been well documented that GM alen has taking a liking to Hughes and with him being the highest player left on their board its not a bad pick even though it doesn't fill a need. The Hawks have also put 3 of 4 defensive ends up on the block presumably to make room for Hughes. 15. New York Giants select Joe Haden. Haden is rated the top corner in the draft by most of the experts. He can come in and be the number 1 corner. We could also see the Giants picking Spikes if their recent move with Antonio Pierce comes back to bite them in the butt. 16. Arizona Cardinals select Bryan Bulaga. The Cards can't expect Justin Hartwig(a career center) to be very successful at the tackle opposite Brown. In comes Bulaga. Hes a well-rounded tackle who will improve both pass protection and help in the run game. Great value at 16. 17. Indianapolis Colts select Sergio Kindle. Kindle is a fantastic athlete who looks like he will be a perfect fit for any 3-4 team. Some seem to think he could have the same effect that former teammate Brian Orakpo had this past season. If Kindle is even close to that production then this could be the steal of the draft. He might not beat Derrick Burgess right out of camp but look for him to get more playing time as the season goes on. 18. Pittsburgh Steelers select Taylor Mays. Some think the next QB could go off the board here but then why did the Steelers trade a 1st and 5th for Kolb? We might know if he can be the future of a franchise but the Steelers seem to believe. Taylor Mays is nothing short of a freak and teaming him up with former Trojan Troy Polamalu could be absolutely disgusting. 19. Atlanta Falcons select Trent Williams. The Falcons lost some very good pieces of their offensive line through free agency. Both Tyson Clabo and Harvey Dahl signed else where. Now its time for them to start putting it back together. Williams could play on the opposite side of former 1st rounder Sam Baker and could be a starter from day 1. 20. Jacksonville Jaguars pick Jimmy Clausen. The Jags are looking for a starting QB but with a limited supply they'll have to go through the draft. Clausen played in a pro style offense and might be the most NFL ready after playing under Charlie Weis. 21. San Francisco 49ers pick Maurkice Pouncey. The 49ers need to upgrade their interior line and Pouncey brings it all. He can play both guard and center. 22. New England Patriots select Everson Griffen. The Pats are starting both Joey Porter(aging star on the decline) and Quentin Groves(unproven) on the edge and could use another talented body. Griffen has shown the ability to get to the passer, play in coverage, and he also holds up strong against the run. He does have a questionable motor but if any coach can take care of that its Mr. Belichick. 23. Denver Broncos select Golden Tate. Tate adds explosiveness and youth to the aging Broncos receiving core. 24. Green Bay Packers select Dan Williams. The Packers need to upgrade their depth at Nose Tackle behind B.J. Raji. Dan Williams is a huge space eater at 327 pounds and has a great motor. 25. New York Giants select Devin McCourty. The Giants could use the help at corner. They have Terrell Thomas and then a bunch of unproven guys. McCourty is a team leader with great speed and awareness. He can be named the starter before camp even begins. 26. Tennessee Titans select Jared Odrick. After taking Dez Bryant and Iupati early on its time to find Jason Ferguson's replacement. Odrick has a great motor and shows great strength at the point of attack. 27. Dallas Cowboys select Anthony Davis. The Boys need another tackle on the other side of Flozell Adams. They get good value here in Davis since many feel he should be off the board by now. His skills show that he might be one of the best left tackle prospects in the draft but he does have his own character issues. 28. San Diego Chargers select Bruce Campbell. Ahh yes the run of big men has started, too bad the Chargers seem to be near the end of it. They could also go running back but with the depth at that position they can wait. Campbell is an athletic monster but has never been able to play up to his ability. Chargers are hoping a little coaching will fix that. 29. Denver Broncos select Jermaine Gresham. The Broncos need a starting Tight end. Gresham has great production and is able to stretch the seam. The question is will he stay healthy enough. 30. Minnesota Vikings pick Kareem Jackson. The Vikes will need to draft a corner fairly high with Cedric Griffen being the only starting caliber one on the team. In comes Kareem Jackson, who play physical and has pretty good coverage skills. 31. Indianapolis Colts select Arrelious Benn. The Colts have a bunch of number 2 receivers and with Peyton that is probably all you need. Something tells me though that the GM wants to get Manning that number 1 wide-out who he can go to whenever. Benn is very explosive and is able to beat the jam with how physical he plays. Future star with Manning. 32. New Orleans Saints select Brian Price. The Saints need help in the secondary but I think they are shocked to see Price still on the board. Sedrick Ellis was drafted in the 1st a couple years ago and Price can come in and play next to him or rotate with Hargrove. They could go safety but might wait for the second round. There you have it. Sorry it took so long. I'd like to thank my mom. Without her I wouldn't be able to get this done.