We still have needs virtually everywhere.
OT, OG, Speed RB.
DE, NT, OLB, S, CB
I honestly believe our first two picks almost assuredly have to be OL unless it is 200% clear that there's a BPA we have to pick otherwise.
If Carolina wins 6 games, they might pick 10-12th. In that case, we might be looking at OT Trent Williams.
Best course of action?
1) Look for a S/CB/RB who can double as a KR.
2) Get one pure guard, one pure tackle, and then a versatile tweener who can play everywhere.
3) With Briggs developing on the PS, and Jean-Francois as well in the active 53, with Balmer playing pretty well, we can probably look more for NT and go after UDFA's for DE, releasing D.Evans.
4) I think we're going to try and start Reggie and perhaps develop Curtis Taylor as future SS, so we may not draft an SS either.
I wouldn't be opposed to a draft like this:
1. Trent Williams-OT-Oklahoma
1. Mike Iupati-OG-Idaho
2. Eric Norwood-DE/OLB-South Carolina
3. Javier Arenas-CB/KR-Alabama
4. Chris Scott-OL-Tennessee
5. Dexter Davis-OLB-Arizona
6. Patrick Stoudemire-CB/KR-Western Illinois
7. Dan Williams-NT-Tennessee
UDFA: Corey Peters-DE/DT-Kentucky, Antonio Baker-S-Louisiana Tech
[ Edited by OnTheClock on Oct 29, 2009 at 2:20 PM ]