1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- QB Jameis Winston, Florida State
Winston has been the Buccaneers' pick for months, and that won't change now.
2. Tennessee Titans -- QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon
Titans could trade this pick, but Mariota stands a good chance of being drafted No. 2 whether it's Tennessee or another team.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars -- OLB Dante Fowler Jr., Florida
Pass rushing will be key so long as the Jaguars share a division with the Colts' Andrew Luck.
4. Oakland Raiders -- WR Amari Cooper, Alabama
USC DT Leonard Williams could be in play here, but the Raiders pair the draft's top WR with second-year QB Derek Carr.
5. Washington Redskins -- DT Leonard Williams, USC
Redskins need help everywhere on defense, and Williams — the top player in this draft — would be a steal at No. 5.
6. New York Jets -- OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson
Beasley continues the Jets' offseason face lift on defense.
7. Chicago Bears -- WR Kevin White, West Virginia
White would be an upgrade on and off the field after the Bears traded away Brandon Marshall in March.
8. Atlanta Falcons -- Todd Gurley, Georgia
With edge rushers Randy Gregory and Shane Ray dropping fast, the Falcons turn to a local star to complete their backfield.
9. New York Giants -- T/G Brandon Scherff, Iowa
Scherff can play tackle, but he's also capable of being one of the best guards in the league next year.
10. St. Louis Rams -- OT La'el Collins, LSU
Collins can start immediately at RT, giving the Rams solid bookends with last year's No. 2 overall pick Greg Robinson.
11. Minnesota Vikings -- CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State
In a division with Aaron Rodgers, the Vikings bolster their CB depth chart.
12. Cleveland Browns -- DT Danny Shelton, Washington
Browns desperately need a playmaker at WR, but they hold off (for now) to grab a DL anchor.
13. New Orleans Saints -- OLB Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Kentucky
Though raw, Dupree has the physical tools to become one of the most explosive pass rushers in this draft.
14. Miami Dolphins -- WR DeVante Parker, Louisville
Parker doesn't get as much hype as Cooper and White, but he has a chance to be every bit as special.
15. San Francisco 49ers -- DE Arik Armstead, Oregon
This pick makes too much sense for a once-great defense that needs help just about everywhere and will take the best player available on that side of the ball.
16. Houston Texans -- WR Breshad Perriman, Central Florida
The Texans replace one big, explosive WR from the Sunshine State (Andre Johnson from Miami) with another.
17. San Diego Chargers -- RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
RB is the Chargers' biggest need, and they get a big-play back with the Heisman Trophy finalist from Wisconsin.
18. Kansas City Chiefs -- WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami
Dorsett adds 4.3 speed to a team that had no WR touchdowns in 2014.
19. Cleveland Browns -- WR Nelson Agholor, USC
A run on WR! Agholor makes it six wideouts in the top 19 picks.
20. Philadelphia Eagles -- S Landon Collins, Alabama
Collins is the best of a weak safety class and fills the Eagles' greatest need.
21. Cincinnati Bengals -- OT Andrus Peat, Stanford
Peat has the size and athleticism to be the Bengals' future starter on the left side.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers -- CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
Steelers need help at corner, and Johnson may be the most polished cover man in the draft.
23. Detroit Lions -- DT Malcom Brown, Texas
Brown could replace Nick Fairley after Lions already signed Haloti Ngata to replace Ndamukong Suh.
24. Arizona Cardinals -- OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska
Gregory could be the steal of the draft if he matures off the field.
25. Carolina Panthers -- OT Ereck Flowers, Miami
Panthers desperately need to protect QB Cam Newton better.
26. Baltimore Ravens -- CB Marcus Peters, Washington
Peters brings back memories of Jimmy Smith, another talented but troubled CB the Ravens gambled on — and won big with — two years ago.
27. Dallas Cowboys -- DE Shane Ray, Missouri
The Cowboys have a history of taking troubled but talented players, and they could jump at the value here.
28. Denver Broncos -- C/G Cameron Erving, Florida State
Broncos place protecting Peyton Manning as their highest priority.
29. Indianapolis Colts -- OT D.J. Humphries, Florida
Humphries gives the Colts a future option at LT and immediate upgrade at RT.
30. Green Bay Packers -- ILB Denzel Perryman, Miami
Packers instantly improve their run D with hardest-hitting, best-tackling ILB in the draft.
31. New Orleans Saints -- TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota
A bit of a reach, but Saints use the pick they added by trading TE Jimmy Graham to replace the Pro Bowler.
32. New England Patriots -- G A.J. Cann, South Carolina
Patriots could always trade out of the first round, but instead they opt to fill their biggest need at left guard.