It's Friday, so that means it's time to round up the latest mock drafts from around the web.

This week we were able to collect 24 new projections, and with less than a week remaining before the first round, the overwhelming majority expect the Detroit Lions to take an offensive tackle at No. 5.

Central Michigan's Eric Fisher remains the popular choice, appearing on exactly half of the mock drafts we viewed, with Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel the overall runner-up with four votes.

Of the non-tackles, BYU defensive end Ziggy Ansah showed up on three mocks. Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner, the popular choice as recently as a month ago, has all but disappeared from the conversation, being projected to the Lions by just one analyst.

Nate Davis, USA Today
Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma: After losing both of last season's starting tackles -- Jeff Backus to retirement and Gosder Cherilus to free agency -- Detroit must find new bodyguards for QB Matthew Stafford. Last year's first rounder, Riley Reiff, should solve half the problem; athletic Johnson, who might eventually emerge as this draft's top blocker with added refinement, can take care of the left side.

Peter Schrager, Fox Sports
Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan: Gosder Cherilus and Jeff Backus won't be back with the Lions next season, so look for the team to upgrade its offensive line. A lot of folks I've spoken to like Fisher just as much as Joeckel, if not more. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound road paver might not be around at fifth overall. If he is, look for the Lions to keep him in-state.