Thursday 8:00 EST: Round 1 on ESPN & NFL Network Friday 7:00 EST: Rounds 2 & 3 on ESPN & NFL Network Saturday 12:00 EST Rounds 4 through 7 on ESPN & NFL Network Draft Order: 1.) Indianapolis Colts- QB Andrew Luck (Stanford) 2.) Washington Redskins- QB Robert Griffin III (Baylor) 3.) Minnesota Vikings 4.) Cleveland Browns 5.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6.) St. Louis Rams 7.) Jacksonville Jaguars 8.) Miami Dolphins 9.) Carolina Panthers 10.) Buffalo Bills 11.) Kansas City Chiefs 12.) Seattle Seahawks 13.) Arizona Cardinals 14.) Dallas Cowboys 15.) Philadelphia Eagles 16.) New York Jets 17.) Cincinnati Bengals (from Raiders) 18.) San Diego Chargers 19.) Chicago Bears 20.) Tennessee Titans 21.) Cincinnati Bengals 22.) Cleveland Browns (from Falcons) 23.) Detroit Lions 24.) Pittsburgh Steelers 25.) Denver Broncos 26.) Houston Texans 27.) New England Patriots (from Saints) 28.) Green Bay Packers 29.) Baltimore Ravens 30.) San Fransisco 49ers 31.) New England Patriots 32.) New York Giants [size=x-large]Mock Drafts: [/size] Mike Mayock: http://www.nfl.com/draft/2012/mock-drafts/mike-mayock/150251 Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Pick No. 1 IND Andrew Luck QB Stanford Not a whole lot of suspense with pick No. 1. Let's be patient in Indianapolis. This kid will be successful. I think it comes down to emotional toughness. (More from Mike Mayock on the Colts' selection.) Pick No. 2 WAS Robert Griffin III QB Baylor What an opportunity the Washington Redskins have created for themselves. I applaud Mike Shanahan and that group for moving up. I don't care what they gave up to get this kid. (More from Mike Mayock on the Redskins' selection.) Pick No. 3 MIN Matt Kalil OT USC Here's where the intrigue begins. Why do I go LT here instead of CB or WR? GM Rick Spielman has to be thinking about the Vikings' 35th overall pick when he makes this one. If he gets Kalil here, he can come back and get LSU WR Rueben Randle or maybe Montana CB Trumaine Johnson in the second round. (More from Mike Mayock on the Vikings' selection.) Pick No. 4 CLE Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma St. What an interesting pick here for the Browns. I don't agree with this selection; personally, I would go with the tailback Trent Richardson. But I understand and respect the logic: You can get a playmaking receiver at No. 4 and be pretty sure you'll get a running back at No. 22. (More from Mike Mayock on the Browns' selection.) Pick No. 5 TB Trent Richardson RB Alabama I think this might be the best positional player in the draft. In that division, where there's an awful lot of offense, I love the thought of Richardson behind an offense line that is physical and tough. He will be an All-Pro. (More from Mike Mayock on the Buccaneers' selection.) Pick No. 6 STL Morris Claiborne CB LSU The Rams are wide open. They can take anybody. They have so many needs. Claiborne has the best ball skills by far of any defensive back in this draft. (More from Mike Mayock on the Rams' selection.) Pick No. 7 JAC Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina Jacksonville is in a tough position -- the perception is that there are six blue-chip players out there. The Jaguars sit at No. 7. What do you do? Michael Floyd might be the best player on the board, but they're averse to risk in Jacksonville. I think new coach Mel Tucker is going to get a new toy to play with and that toy is Melvin Ingram. (More from Mike Mayock on the Jaguars' selection.) Pick No. 8 MIA Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M Everybody wants to talk about Tannehill at No. 8 to the Dolphins. He's No. 19 on my big board, so on one hand I think you're over-drafting when you take him that high. On the other hand, I recognize the potential and recognize the talent. He's at least a year away from being a functional NFL quarterback. (More from Mike Mayock on the Dolphins' selection.) Pick No. 9 CAR Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi St. Love this pick. It's been an offensive draft thus far, so they get one of the top-ranked defensive players. Can play inside, can play outside. Boy, will he help Carolina. (More from Mike Mayock on the Panthers' selection.) Pick No. 10 BUF Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College Everybody is telling me offensive tackle, but remember what division the Bills play in. It's the New England Patriots' division, and they happen to have a couple of dangerous tight ends. You better have an answer. (More from Mike Mayock on the Bills' selection.) Pick No. 11 KC Mark Barron SS Alabama Let me preface this by saying GM Scott Pioli is risk-averse. You could look at Dontari Poe here, but there's so much "boom or bust" in him. Barron is one of the safest picks in the draft. Pair him with Eric Berry and you've got the best safety combo in the league. (More from Mike Mayock on the Chiefs' selection.) Pick No. 12 SEA Quinton Coples DE North Carolina He's a boom-or-bust candidate. He had a big year as a junior at defensive tackle and got on everyone's radar. But to me, Coples is not a first-round pick off his senior year of tape, when he was playing defensive end. I recognize his talent, though. He had a great Senior Bowl week and I think Pete Carroll can get the most out of him. (More from Mike Mayock on the Seahawks' selection.) Pick No. 13 ARI Riley Reiff OT Iowa Arizona at No. 13 is interesting because the Cardinals could use a wideout. However, playing in the NFC West, you better have some physicality and toughness. Reiff is a plug-and-play right tackle. He's not ready to play on the left side, but he's physical, tough and he'll compete with that San Francisco defense. (More from Mike Mayock on the Cardinals' selection.) Pick No. 14 DAL Michael Brockers DT LSU The Cowboys are a little upset here. They wanted Mark Barron. They might have tried to trade up. Brockers is a guy on the first two downs who can be a stout run defender and has the ability to push the pocket in the future. (More from Mike Mayock on the Cowboys' selection.) Pick No. 15 PHI Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina We all know that Asante Samuel is out. With Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in the final year of his contract, though, I think you have to take a corner. Gilmore is the No. 8 player on my entire board. (More from Mike Mayock on the Eagles' selection.) Pick No. 16 NYJ Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame We didn't think Michael Floyd was going to slide to No. 16. Toss him in with Santonio Holmes and Jeremy Kerley and Floyd's big body will make everyone better. He'll beat you outside the numbers and in the red zone. Michael Floyd is the real deal and he'll make Mark Sanchez a better quarterback. (More from Mike Mayock on the Jets' selection.) Pick No. 17 CIN Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama There's nothing but age and injury on the Bengals' secondary, and here's a guy who's a physical, tough corner coached by Nick Saban at Alabama. He can play zone, he can play man, he can play press, he can play off. He's the last quality corner to come off the board in the first round. (More from Mike Mayock on the Bengals' selection.) Pick No. 18 SD Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois Mercilus (16 sacks, nine forced fumbles) fits San Diego's 3-4 scheme and is a difference-making edge rusher. San Diego needs that desperately. (More from Mike Mayock on the Chargers' selection.) Pick No. 19 CHI Chandler Jones DE Syracuse The Bears cannot believe Chandler Jones has fallen to them. The general public might not know a lot about him, but my view is -- and I'll take a lot of heat for this -- three years from now, he might be the best defensive player to come out of this draft. (More from Mike Mayock on the Bears' selection.) Pick No. 20 TEN Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech The Titans are going to go with the height, weight and speed specimen out of Georgia Tech. Kenny Britt is a true No. 1, but his reliability is questionable. Hill's so good he might catch 30 balls and six will go for touchdowns. (More from Mike Mayock on the Titans' selection.) Pick No. 21 CIN David DeCastro G Stanford I had Cincy go defense at No. 17, so now I'll have the Bengals address the offense. DeCastro is a plug-and-play guard. DeCastro significantly upgrades Cincinnati's athleticism at guard, as he is the best pulling guard in this year's draft. (More from Mike Mayock on the Bengals' selection.) Pick No. 22 CLE Doug Martin RB Boise St. The Browns have now given their quarterback a first-class receiver in Blackmon and a three-down back in Martin. This is one of the best pass-protecting RBs in this draft. (More from Mike Mayock on the Browns' selection.) Pick No. 23 DET Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama They've got a need at defensive end. I think it's Upshaw, who will stick his hand in the dirt and rush the quarterback in Detroit. (More from Mike Mayock on the Lions' selection.) Pick No. 24 PIT Cordy Glenn T Georgia A swing tackle/guard would be the ideal guy for the Steelers, and Glenn played left tackle last year at Georgia. I think right tackle will be his best fit in the NFL, though. (More from Mike Mayock on the Steelers' selection.) Pick No. 25 DEN Dontari Poe DT Memphis I've been trying to find a spot for him since pick No. 11 with the Chiefs. The Broncos need a guy who can come in and play inside. At 350 pounds with movement skills like Haloti Ngata, Poe is the guy. On third down, when most defensive tackles are out of the game, Poe will be at his most effective. (More from Mike Mayock on the Broncos' selection.) Pick No. 26 HOU Coby Fleener TE Stanford Would I rather have the fourth-best wideout or the best tight end? Fleener's a vertical threat, and the Texans are a zone-run team, which will protect him in the running game. I think it's a great fit. (More from Mike Mayock on the Texans' selection.) Pick No. 27 NE Nick Perry DE USC Defense, defense, defense with the Patriots. I'm not a huge fan of this kid. I've got him No. 49 on my board. So why do I have him going to the Patriots? Because he brings edge-rushing abilities to the table, and perhaps Bill Belichick can do for Perry what I think Pete Carroll will do for Quinton Coples. (More from Mike Mayock on the Patriots' selection.) Pick No. 28 GB Shea McClellin DE Boise St. The Packers' turnover differential was amazing last year, but they've got to get better at the snap on defense. Clay Matthews is wonderful on one side, but he only had six sacks in 2011 because no one was on the other side. McClellin is No. 14 on my board and he will instantly upgrade the Packers' defense. (More from Mike Mayock on the Packers' selection.) Pick No. 29 BAL Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama Hightower is a great fit. Why? That Sam linebacker position is open in Baltimore and he can fit that need until the great Ray Lewis decides to retire. Once that happens, you've got a plug-and-play inside linebacker in the mold of Lewis. (More from Mike Mayock on the Ravens' selection.) Pick No. 30 SF Kendall Wright WR Baylor Keep in mind they were No. 26 in total offense and No. 29 in the passing game. They signed Mario Manningham and Randy Moss, but how much are you going to get out of those guys? I don't know. Give me this rocket from Baylor. (More from Mike Mayock on the 49ers' selection.) Pick No. 31 NE Harrison Smith FS Notre Dame Again: defense, defense, defense. If you take Smith, you've got an instinctive safety who will tackle. He's tough and he's really smart. You'll get immediate dividends by drafting Smith. (More from Mike Mayock on the Patriots' selection.) Pick No. 32 NYG Jonathan Martin OT Stanford What a great job general manager Jerry Reese does. The Giants are a "best athlete available" team. They could use a tackle, however, and Martin could play on either side of the line. He also allows the Giants to keep David Diehl inside. (More from Mike Mayock on the Giants' selection.) Michael Lombardi: http://www.nfl.com/draft/2012/mock-drafts/michael-lombardi/130112 Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Pick No. 1 IND Andrew Luck QB Stanford Not much can be written about this pick ... Pick No. 2 WAS Robert Griffin III QB Baylor ... or this one that hasn't been written before. Pick No. 3 MIN Matt Kalil OT USC Minnesota is trying to trade the pick, but there just aren't many takers. The Vikings need a left tackle or a corner. My vote is left tackle. Pick No. 4 CLE Trent Richardson RB Alabama One of the best players in the draft. Pick No. 5 TB Morris Claiborne CB LSU Tampa needs a corner or someone to strengthen the defensive front. Pick No. 6 STL Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi St. I know everyone wants them to go Blackmon, but Jeff Fisher knows the game is won up front. Pick No. 7 JAC Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma St. The Jags are prepared to take Stephon Gilmore if Blackmon is not there, but in this scenario they get lucky and nab the playmaker they need most. Pick No. 8 MIA Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M No matter what they say before or after the pick, this is the player they wanted all offseason. Pick No. 9 CAR Dontari Poe DT Memphis Panthers must fix the defensive front. They want Cox, but settle for the best size/speed player in the draft. Pick No. 10 BUF Mark Barron SS Alabama Bills cannot pick an offensive tackle here. Instead, they can continue to improve their defense. Pick No. 11 KC Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College Safe pick for the Chiefs. He can play next to Derrick Johnson and really improve an already good defense. Pick No. 12 SEA Quinton Coples DE North Carolina Too big, too fast, too perfect for the Seahawks' front. Pick No. 13 ARI David DeCastro G Stanford Everyone wants the Cards to pick another receiver, but did anyone watch them not block anyone last year? Pick No. 14 DAL Michael Brockers DT LSU Wanted Barron, wanted DeCastro ... and wanted Brockers, whom they get. Pick No. 15 PHI Chandler Jones DE Syracuse Might be the best pass rusher in the draft. They like West Virginia's Bruce Irvin, as well. Pick No. 16 NYJ Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina Versatile player who fits the Jets' scheme perfectly. Pick could also be Shea McClellin. Pick No. 17 CIN Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina Might go to Jacksonville at No. 7, but in this mock, he slips to the Bengals. Pick No. 18 SD Nick Perry DE USC LaMarr Woodley-type player who fits well in the Chargers' scheme. Pick No. 19 CHI Shea McClellin DE Boise St. Want a pass rusher. Is it too early to take Bruce Irvin from West Virginia? Get the hottest guy in the draft. Pick No. 20 TEN Bruce Irvin DE West Virginia Pure pass rusher who can get the edge well and will create problems. Pick No. 21 CIN Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama Might be the only team to feel he is a first-rounder. Pick No. 22 CLE Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame Need the second-best playmaker in the draft to go with Richardson. Pick No. 23 DET Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama Wanted an offensive lineman, but not sure a quality one is there for them to pick. They need a corner, too. Pick No. 24 PIT Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama Adds more speed to an aging defense. Pick No. 25 DEN Doug Martin RB Boise St. Must find a back to be able to handle the workload. Martin is perfect for the new offense. Pick No. 26 HOU Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech Need another receiver who is big and fast. Pick No. 27 NE Vinny Curry DE Marshall Bill Belichick must find a pass rusher. Pick No. 28 GB Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois The Packers need an outside rusher to complement Clay Matthews. Pick No. 29 BAL Riley Reiff OT Iowa Sorely need offensive-line help and Reiff falls to them. Pick No. 30 SF Kevin Zeitler G Wisconsin Versatile lineman fits their scheme nicely. He can play guard or center, both positions of need for the 49ers. Pick No. 31 NE Brandon Weeden QB Oklahoma St. Expect this pick to be traded, with the Browns or Broncos coming in to take Weeden. Pick No. 32 NYG Coby Fleener TE Stanford Outstanding playmaker over the middle to help their outside receivers. Charlie Casserly: http://www.nfl.com/draft/2012/mock-drafts/charley-casserly/130110 Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Pick No. 1 IND Andrew Luck QB Stanford Best quarterback prospect since John Elway. Pick No. 2 WAS Robert Griffin III QB Baylor A perfect fit for Washington's bootleg-friendly playbook and deep passing game. Pick No. 3 MIN Matt Kalil OT USC Minnesota needs to settle the offensive line and Kalil does just that. Pick No. 4 CLE Trent Richardson RB Alabama Justin Blackmon is tempting, but there are more quality receivers later in the draft than running backs. Pick No. 5 TB Morris Claiborne CB LSU Ronde Barber's at the tail end of his career, and can you really count on Aqib Talib? Pick No. 6 STL Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma St. QB Sam Bradford finally gets a much-needed weapon outside. Pick No. 7 JAC Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina A safer pick than Quinton Coples (better effort) or Melvin Ingram (better size and speed at his position). Pick No. 8 MIA Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M The Dolphins have a lot of needs, but none greater than acquiring their QB of the future. Pick No. 9 CAR Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi St. Best combination of pass rusher and run defender in this D-line class. Pick No. 10 BUF Jonathan Martin OT Stanford A more athletic pass protector than Riley Reiff. Pick No. 11 KC Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College Needs at offensive guard and nose tackle can be filled later. Pick No. 12 SEA Dontari Poe DT Memphis Pete Carroll will love his size and speed. Pick No. 13 ARI Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame Larry Fitzgerald was his most productive when he had another quality receiver (Anquan Boldin) opposite him. Pick No. 14 DAL Mark Barron SS Alabama Look for a team to trade ahead of the Cowboys to draft Barron. If not, Dallas gets its man. Pick No. 15 PHI Michael Brockers DT LSU Will help their run defense and should be able to get pressure up the middle on passing downs. Pick No. 16 NYJ Quinton Coples DE North Carolina Would play DE on run downs and DT on pass downs. Pick No. 17 CIN Riley Reiff OT Iowa They need OL help. Reiff can always start his career at guard before transitioning to tackle. Pick No. 18 SD Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois If they can't trade up for Barron, they need to help their pass rush. Pick No. 19 CHI Chandler Jones DE Syracuse Chicago must get younger at defensive end. Pick No. 20 TEN Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina He can help inside and outside on the pass rush. Pick No. 21 CIN Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama David DeCastro could be considered here, but it's much easier to get a quality offensive guard later in the draft than a cornerback. Pick No. 22 CLE Kendall Wright WR Baylor They Browns will parlay their first two picks into a RB and WR. Pick No. 23 DET Cordy Glenn T Georgia The Lions need help (and youth) on the offensive line. Glenn's a beast with his massive body and long arms, and he brings experience at tackle and guard. Pick No. 24 PIT Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama I have to believe Baltimore will try to trade up and snag Hightower before Pittsburgh has a chance. Pick No. 25 DEN Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St. They need to stop the run and Worthy will help. Pick No. 26 HOU Rueben Randle WR LSU Kendall Wright has to a consideration, but Randle is a solid pick with the size Wright can't offer. Pick No. 27 NE Shea McClellin DE Boise St. Smart, versatile linebacker who can rush the passer and is a better prospect than Mike Vrabel when he was coming out of Ohio State. However, don't be surprised if the Patriots trade out of this pick. Pick No. 28 GB Harrison Smith FS Notre Dame Without a top-tier pass rusher or premier cover corner available, Green Bay opts for this draft's second-best safety. Pick No. 29 BAL David DeCastro G Stanford Ravens get another Pro Bowl player at the end of the first round. Pick No. 30 SF Doug Martin RB Boise St. Rising guard prospect Kevin Zeitler could be a great selection here, but San Francisco needs a running back long term. Pick No. 31 NE Kevin Zeitler G Wisconsin The Pats would prefer a defensive player with this pick, but none are rated high enough and guard is a need position. Pick No. 32 NYG Coby Fleener TE Stanford Jerry Reese will opt for the best available player and that's the Stanford tight end.