Potential destinations for Okung and Williams
Tackle Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
No. 2 Detroit: Okung would be the pick if the Lions elect to draft a left tackle and pass on one of the stellar defensive tackles, Oklahoma's Gerald McCoy and Nebraska's Ndamukong Suh.
No. 4 Washington: Appears to be the perfect fit both for Okung and the 'Skins. With Washington acquiring Donovan McNabb from the Eagles and left tackle Chris Samuels' retirement, Okung is a slam dunk selection.
No. 5 Kansas City: The Chiefs would have a decision to make if Okung falls to them. With former first-rounder Branden Albert at left tackle, Kansas City appears set, but Okung would be very tempting on a team looking to strengthen its offensive line.
No. 6 Seattle: The worst-case scenario and most unlikely one. If Okung falls to Seattle, Pete Carroll will be so happy he might BASE jump off the space needle.
Tackle Trent Williams, Oklahoma
No. 2 Detroit: In the same scenario as with Okung, except some NFL personnel executives believe Williams has a higher long-term ceiling than Okung, thanks to his exceptional athleticism. Are the Lions one of them?
No. 4 Washington: See above.
No. 5 Kansas City: Taking Williams would likely require passing on Tennessee safety Eric Berry, a versatile defender who would help the Chiefs' defense tremendously. But Williams' versatility and ability to play multiple positions along the offensive line might make him an ideal fit with the Chiefs.
No. 6 Seattle: The Seahawks' need for a tackle is apparent, and Williams looks like a great fit. Williams' athleticism would translate well in the Seahawks zone-blocking scheme under new offensive line coach Alex Gibbs.
No. 8 Raiders: The Raiders need a tackle, (are you detecting a trend here?), and Williams will likely be the best available.
No. 9 Buffalo: Likely the worst case scenario for Williams. Five of the top-nine teams need an offensive tackle, and Williams is arguably the second-best offensive tackle on the board.
By Brandon Chatmon