Pick-by-pick analysis of NFL draft

Eric Reid from Louisiana State University holds his daughter as she slaps hands with NFL...

Eric Reid from Louisiana State University holds his daughter as she slaps hands with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected by the San Francisco 49ers during the NFL draft. (REUTERS)

DAN BILICKI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:29 AM ET

1. KANSAS CITY Eric Fisher OT, Central Michigan

We knew it would be a tackle, we just weren’t sure which one — we guessed wrong.

2. JACKSONVILLE Luke Joeckel OT, Texas A&M

Addressed one of its many, many needs by taking second OT in a row.

3. MIAMI Dion Jordan DE-OLB, Oregon

Trade up to grab solid pass rusher Jordan, who will be great compliment to Wake.

4. PHILADELPHIA Lane Johnson OT, Oklahoma

Eagles had a lot of injury problems on line last season, now it has a cornerstone.

5. DETROIT Ezekial Ansah DE, Brigham Young

He’ll replace the departed Cliff Avril on already-stout line.

6. CLEVELAND Barkevious Mingo DE-OLB, LSU

It’s a lame joke, but the Dawg Pound should love ‘Bark’evious Mingo.

7. ARIZONA Jonathan Cooper OG, N.C.

Interior linemen aren’t a premium at draft, but he’s a future all-pro.


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