Kiper has Watt headed to the San Diego Chargers at No. 18, writing:
It wouldn't at all suprise me to see Watt taken much earlier. I've had him as high as the No. 6 overall pick during this process, and he has that mix of relentlessness, size, talent and awareness that any coach would love. A fiery pass-rusher in either the 3-4 or 4-3, at 290 pounds Watt should be able to supplement this defensive line from the defensive end position.
As we have seen a lot this week with Watt, the Vikings at No. 12 are also a popular destination for the defensive end. Kiper has Jake Locker going to Minnesota and for what it's worth, I think that would be a major mistake for the Vikings. This is a prime example of why I think drafting on talent is much more important than drafting on need. Trust me, Watt is going to be a much better NFL player than Locker.
Meanwhile, Kiper has Carimi going three picks later to the Chiefs at No. 21, writing:
The Chiefs have a need here, and if they want to get back to that power running game that's defined them over the years, Carimi is a safe pick. Todd Haley will like a player with his versatility and power, and the Chiefs will have an immediate plug-and-play. Carimi has gone up against some of the best and handled them. Scott Pioli runs a good show, and this is a smart pick as the Chiefs continue to build a team on the rise.