18. Chargers: Cameron Jordan, DE, California. The Chargers’ pass rushing is lacking juice after the departure of Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman. They could either go with an end or linebacker here. We’ll say Jordan.

19. Giants: Mike Pouncey, G/C, Florida. The Giants solidify their line with the draft’s top interior line prospect.

20. Buccaneers: Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado. They might not want to pull the trigger on Smith -- poor choice of words? -- given Aqib Talib’s recent legal troubles. But it looks like they’re going to need a new cornerback.

21. Chiefs: Aldon Smith, OLB, Missouri. Tambi Hali can get a sidekick in Smith, a raw junior pass rusher.

22. Colts: Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College. Castonzo has got the brains to protect Peyton Manning.

23. Eagles: Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin. With a left-handed starting QB who takes a lot of hits and a right-handed backup, the Eagles would be wise to find a tackle to pair with Jason Peters.

24. Saints: Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA. Ayers disappointed scouts in pre-draft workouts, where he didn’t show off his athleticism. But he was too good in his UCLA career to fall out of the first round.

25. Seahawks: Jake Locker, QB, Washington. Last time around, I had Seattle taking Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett. This time, it’s Locker. It will be interesting to see who the third quarterback off the board is.

26. Ravens: Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple. Wilkerson visited the Ravens this week and raved about the team, but it’s unclear if the feeling is mutual or if this is just a smokescreen by GM Ozzie Newsome. We do know that Wilkerson is rising quickly on draft boards and might not be available when the Ravens are on the clock. If he does wind up in Baltimore, he would project to be a defensive end in the team’s 3-4 scheme. What do you think about a future three-man front of Haloti Ngata, Terrence Cody and Wilkerson?

27. Falcons: Justin Houston, DE, Georgia. He was an end for most of his college career and switched to linebacker for his senior season. The Falcons have needs at both positions, so Houston makes sense.

28. Patriots: Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue. They bolster their front seven with this hard-working pass rusher.

29. Bears: Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State. Chicago’s offensive line was under a lot of scrutiny last season, so the Bears are expected to address the issue with a tackle or a guard late in the first round.

30. Jets: Rahim Moore, S, UCLA. Moore wants to be the next Ed Reed. Rex Ryan has to love that possibility.

31. Steelers: Brandon Harris, CB, Miami. If Harris, one of the four first-round cornerback prospects, lasts this long, the Steelers should snatch him up in a second to upgrade their sagging secondary.

32. Packers: Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State. With Johnny Jolly likely jail-bound, this is a need.