011. Minnesota - DANNY SHELTON, DT, WASHINGTON Minnesota has put themselves in a position where they don't have a glaring hole they need to fill. The Vikings will look to add Danny Shelton to their defensive line to give them an even tougher front seven. Shelton will be a big part of the rotation at defensive tackle. 012. Washington - DEVANTE PARKER, WR, LOUISVILLE DeSean Jackson was sent packing this year so the Redskins will look to bring in some playmakers for RG3 or Cousins, whoever they start behind center. Parker will be a big target for Washington as they hope to rejuvenate their offense from last year. 013. New Orleans - CAMERON ERVING, C, FLORIDA STATE If people are partying on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, it won't be because of this selection. The Saints will make their fans groan a little by selecting the versatile lineman from Florida State to replace the aging Scott Wells. 014. Indianapolis - VIC BEASLEY, LB/DE, CLEMSON Somehow Indianapolis waits... and waits... and manages to land a prospect from Clemson. Beasley fits the mold to a tee with what type of defense Indianapolis wants to run. While his run stopping skills leave little to be desired, he can get to the quarterback. 015. New York Jets - ERIC KENDRICKS, LB, UCLA The front seven looks pretty good on paper in New York however the inside linebacker position seems to be a bit of a weak spot. The Jets won't wait to address this need as they take the linebacker with arguably the best instincts in the draft. 016. Houston - JAELEN STRONG, WR, ARIZONA STATE The Texans have sent Andre Johnson packing and they'll need more than Rueben Randle to fill his shoes. Enter Jaelen Strong. This athletic freak out of ASU will bring size and power to the table to help alleviate some of the pressure off DeAndre Hopkins. 017. Denver - SHANE RAY, LB/DE, MISSOURI Denver traded away Von Miller so they'll need someone to rush the passer. They'll add the SEC sack leader who has the athleticism to really take the NFL by storm. He should be able to translate to the 3-4 defense that Denver runs with ease. 018. Kansas City - DORIAL GREEN-BECKHAM, WR, OKLAHOMA The Chiefs will take a shot on DGB in the first round because they're pretty weak at wide receiver. When I say pretty weak, I mean they have Da'Rick Rogers, Albert Wilson, and Reggie Wayne. That's about all I really need to say about that. 019. St. Louis - ALVIN DUPREE, DE, KENTUCKY Chris Long isn't getting any younger so they'll look to groom his eventual replacement. Alvin Dupree should be the perfect for the job. Dupree's size and athleticism helps him get to the quarterback... he'll have something in common with most of the Rams' defensive line too. 020. Philadelphia - MARCUS PETERS, CB, WASHINGTON The Eagles are pretty thin at cornerback so they'll take a shot on Marcus Peters out of Washington. Peters has his fair share of skeletons in the closet but GM Vengeful Odin won't bat an eye... especially when he's this desperate.