Coming down to the wire so I figured I'd get in my final Mock Draft!
The great debate was will Cleveland go with a QB yet again? Their history with drafting QBs with their 1st draft pick is terrible but their front office has changed greatly over the last few years. Bortles is the safest QB pick here, followed by Bridgewater. Manziel just doesn't have the measureables, whereas Bortles is a great game manager and has protoypical size.
Overall this is one of the cloudier drafts, lots of teams have multiple needs so many teams will want to trade down but will they find the value they need since so many others have the same problem?
I see the Patriots grabbing Louis Nix with their pick. They'll be able to get a solid Tight End in the 2nd round, and with Wilfork coming off an Achilles inury that so many reinjure it will be important for them to have a solid backup plan. They solved so many defensive issues by signing Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner, followed by a depth signing of Patrick Chung, someone who is a playmaker and will likely see a lot of time when they are in the Nickel. The singing of Will Smith helps them keep Jamie Collins at OLB to develop. I would not be surprised if a top 5 OT is still available if they snag one of them either.