It starts with a trade with New England.
Our first pick (#13) for their first rounder and last second rounder, (numbers 21 and 53 overall).
They get a player they covet, and with 3 second round picks, both other of which are higher, they have the ammo to do it easily to get an impact player. The draft value chart has the trade as almost an exact value.
We now have picks 17, 21 (first round), 49 and 53 (second round), as well as our 3rd-7th round picks.
With our first four picks we take 4 of the following 7 players:
Brian Bulaga/Trent Williams, Mike Iupati/Jon Asamoah, Sergio Kindle/Jerry Hughes, Terrance Cody
and then Dexter McCluster in the third.
OR: If we think we can land one of those guys in the third (some draft sites have some of them slipping, but I don't see it), we can either use a second on McCluster if it's needed and/or trade a second for Cribbs if that will get it done.
Then, with picks 4-7, we can go true BPA as we have addressed our major needs, possibly taking a shot on a guy like Jevon Snead if he slips a little. (Though I doubt he goes past the 3rd personally.)
It's a little optomistic, but at this point, it's not unreasonable. I've seen McCluster in the 4th or later consistantly, though I think he'll rise. And I've seen Williams, Asamoah, and Kindle as seconds if not thirds and Hughes and Cody as seconds as often as first. So, to think we could go oline in the first and have some combo of DE/OLB, NT, and OL with the next three picks is very possible.
And if we really address the lines like that AND find a way to add a skill player/kick returner, I will be a VERY happy camper.