First five picks went as expected with Cam Newton, Von Miller, Marcell Dareus, A.J. Green and Patrick Peterson coming off the board in that order.
However, the Falcons executed a blockbuster deal with the Browns, moving all the way from No. 27 to No. 6 to select Alabama WR Julio Jones.
The Browns made out well, gaining an extra second- and fourth-round pick in 2011 Draft and Atlanta's 2012 first- and fourth-round picks.
The 49ers went with an edge rusher in Missouri's Aldon Smith before the Titans shocked everyone by taking Jake Locker at No. 8.
Dallas seemed to work the clock for a trade, but ultimately took USC's Tyron Smith before the Jaguars traded up six spots to take Blaine Gabbert.
The Patriots are in a prime position to take a defensive front-seven player with Cameron Jordan, Robert Quinn and Ryan Kerrigan all on the board at pick No. 12.