1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.

2. Tennessee Titans: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper.

4. Oakland Raiders: Southern California defensive lineman Leonard Williams.

5. Washington: Florida outside linebacker Dante Fowler Jr.

6. New York Jets: Clemson outside linebacker Vic Beasley.

7. Chicago Bears: West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White.

8. Atlanta Falcons: Kentucky outside linebacker Alvin “Bud” Dupree.

9. New York Giants: Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff.

10. St. Louis Rams: Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker.

11. Minnesota Vikings: Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes.

12. Browns: Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton.

Analysis: The Browns defense ranked last in the league against the run in 2014, and Phil Taylor is on the verge of entering the final season of his rookie contract after undergoing major knee surgery last year. Shelton would instantly alleviate those concerns.

13. New Orleans Saints: Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory.

14. Miami Dolphins: Georgia running back Todd Gurley.

15. San Francisco 49ers: Oregon defensive end Arik Armstead.

16. Houston Texans: Central Florida wide receiver Breshad Perriman.

17. San Diego Chargers: Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon.

18. Kansas City Chiefs: Wake Forest cornerback Kevin Johnson.

19. Browns (from Buffalo Bills): Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong.

Analysis: Habitually suspended receiver Josh Gordon might never play for the Browns again, and they had a league-low 12 receiving touchdowns last season. Jaelen Strong isn’t the fastest in his class, but there is plenty to like, including Arizona State’s coaches touting him as the hardest worker on the team.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Alabama safety Landon Collins.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Connecticut cornerback Byron Jones.

23. Detroit Lions: Texas defensive lineman Malcom Brown.

24. Arizona Cardinals: Missouri defensive end Shane Ray.

25. Carolina Panthers: Florida offensive tackle D.J. Humphries.

26. Baltimore Ravens: Miami wide receiver Phillip Dorsett.

27. Dallas Cowboys: Washington cornerback Marcus Peters.

28. Denver Broncos: Pittsburgh offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings.

29. Indianapolis Colts: Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers.

30. Green Bay Packers: Utah cornerback Eric Rowe.

31. Saints (from Seahawks): Southern California wide receiver Nelson Agholor.

32. New England Patriots: Florida State nose tackle Eddie Goldman.