1. Miami Dolphins: Bill Parcells starts a major rebuilding process by selecting DE Chris Long (Virginia).

2. St. Louis Rams: Look for the Rams to select DE Vernon Gholston (Ohio State) to build up their defense.

3. Atlanta Falcons: With three picks on the first day, they start with DT Glenn Dorsey (LSU).

4. Oakland Raiders: The speed of RB Darren McFadden (Arkansas) gets Al Davis to pull the trigger.

5. Kansas City Chiefs: They say current QB Brodie Croyle is their guy, so they pass on QB Matt Ryan and take OT Jake Long (Michigan).

6. New York Jets: They wanted Gholston, but take the best LB as a consolation prize – OLB Keith Rivers (USC).

7. New England Patriots: After losing Asante Samuel and Randall Gay, the Pats need corners. They find one in CB Leodis McKelvin (Troy).

8. Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens have an aging defense but pick QB Matt Ryan (Boston College).

9. Cincinnati Bengals: With one of the worst defenses in football, look for them to shore up the middle with DT Sedrick Ellis (USC).

10. New Orleans Saints: After a season lost on the defensive side of the ball, the Saints will first take a defender – CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Tennessee State).

11. Buffalo Bills: They’re on the rise, but will need more firepower to get there. They grab the first receiver in the draft, WR Devin Thomas (Michigan State).

12. Denver Broncos: The Broncos need to upgrade their line, so they’ll take the lineman who fits their zone blocking system – OT Ryan Clady (Boise State).

13. Carolina Panthers: The front office is in the hot seat and use this pick to generate a pass rush with DE Derrick Harvey (Florida).

14. Chicago Bears: There’s no QB to take this high, so the Bears bring in some help for Cedric Benson – RB Rashard Mendenhall (Illinois).

15. Detroit Lions: The Lions need more protection for their QB and running game, and select OT Jeff Otah (Pittsburgh).

16. Arizona Cardinals: With the offensive tools in place, they improve their secondary by drafting CB Mike Jenkins (South Florida).

17. Minnesota Vikings: They hope to strike it rich two drafts in a row by improving their pass rush and taking DE Phillip Merling (Clemson).

18. Houston Texans: For Houston to surpass 8-8, they need better blocking and will take OT Chris Williams (Vanderbilt).

19. Philadelphia Eagles: Donavon McNabb finally gets what he wants – a first round receiver, return specialist, WR DeSean Jackson (Cal).

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: They need receivers, but take the best cover man on the board: CB Aqib Talib (Kansas).

21. Washington Redskins: They have passers, but need a big-time receiving threat and grab WR Malcolm Kelly (Oklahoma).

22. Dallas Cowboys: They need a compliment runner to Marion Barber and select RB Jonathan Stewart (Oregon).

23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Their line took hits, so look for them to fill the void with OG Branden Albert (Virginia).

24. Tennessee Titans: For QB Vince Young to develop, the Titans select another target in WR Limas Sweed (Texas).

25. Seattle Seahawks: They look to end their poor track record at the position by selecting TE Dustin Keller (Purdue).

26. Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jags have to get after Peyton Manning, so they add pass rusher DE Calais Campbell (Miami, Fla.).

27. San Diego Chargers: The Chargers are stocked, so they draft RB Felix Jones (Arkansas), replacing Michael Turner.

28. Dallas Cowboys: Tony Romo will get another pair of hands when they draft WR James Hardy (Indiana).

29. San Francisco 49ers: Look for the Niners to improve their inconsistent blocking by selecting OT Gosder Cherilus (Boston College).

30. Green Bay Packers: They look to the future of the secondary and select CB Antoine Cason (Arizona).

31. New York Giants: The Super Bowl champs look to replenish their defense by taking S Kenny Phillips (Miami, Fla.).

The 2008 NFL Draft will be televised beginning at noon April 26 on ESPN.