http://www.sbnation.com/nfl-mock-dr...k-draft-combine-star-lotulelei-tank-carradine Has us taking 10. Tennessee TitansSharrif Floyd, FloridaDT6'3297Jr.The unfortunate news about Star Lotulelei's heart condition shakes up the top of the draft. Until we know more details, it's tough to put him in the first round. Sharrif Floyd fills the void in this mock. The quick, penetrating defensive tackle is starting to get a ton of attention. He still sits behind Sheldon Richardson in my defensive tackle rankings, but it's close. The Titans could use his versatility on their defensive line. And an interesting top 3............. PickPlayerPositionHeightWeightClass1. Kansas City ChiefsSheldon Richardson, MissouriDT6'2294Jr.For the first time in months, I have a new pick for the Kansas City Chiefs at No. 1. West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith has been the pick for a while, but it appears the Chiefs could be closing in on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith. That opens the door for them to address other needs. It's tough to tell whether the Chiefs will bring back Brandon Albert, so the Chiefs address the defensive line with this pick. Sheldon Richardson's measurements were a bit disappointing, but he's a versatile, impact player with a big motor. Sheldon Richardson scouting report 2. Jacksonville JaguarsBarkevious Mingo, LSUDE6'5240Jr. The NFL Scouting Combine was full of LEO talk when Gus Bradley hit the podium on Saturday. Bradley said that Jason Babin fits the position, but Barkevious Mingo would add some youth at pass rusher, something the Jaguars desperately need. Mingo may have turned some people off when Sam Montgomery admitted the two have quite the betting history. Other candidates for this pick could include Sharrif Floyd, Jarvis Jones, Dion Jordan, Ezekiel Ansah and (wait for it) Tank Carradine. Barkevious Mingo scouting report 3. Oakland RaidersGeno Smith, West VirginiaQB6'2218Sr.The unfortunate news about Star Lotulelei's heart condition shakes up the top of the draft. Until we know more details, it's tough to put him in the top 10. Geno Smith had an excellent combine, both on the field and in the media room. He mentioned the Raiders immediately when asked about teams he's visited with and it seems like a natural fit. If another team is interested, they could easily jump up and trade with either the Chiefs or Jaguars to get the West Virginia quarterback.