Okay guys I'm trying to mess around with different ways to approach this draft. Here's my latest conception.
1a. C.J. Spiller RB, Clemson: No need to explain here; a webzone favorite.
1b. Bruce Campbell OT, Maryland: An athletic freak with tons of upside. Most will say this is a reach and want to chop my head off but his upside and day 1 impact makes this good value IMO. After youtubing it and reading the scouting reports I found a big misconception about his game. Campbell is not strictly a finesse player. In fact he appears to be a great run blocker and has a natural ability to reach the second level. He's a raw player and I believe if he stayed for his senior year he could be a top 3 pick. If big Al doesn't take him he could be ours at 17.
2. Brandon Gee CB, Wake Forest: Lots of value in the second round. Had an impressive Senior Bowl and Combine. Adds some much needed speed to our secondary. Works wells in man and zone schemes so could start immediately in nickel packages. Has lots of potential to be a starter post Clemens.
3. Mike Jonson G, Alabama: A day one starter and much needed upgrade to Baas. Tons of quality experience from a top program. Once again great value for the pick.
4. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah CB/FS, IOP: An intriguing prospect from a smaller school. It's hard to say if he'd be better suited for corner or safety. At IOP played corner but they're scheme was to put CB's 10-12yrd off the line.
5. Brandon Sharpe OLB, Texas Tech: ST and pass rushing depth. Can't have too may IMO. Has shown a knack for getting into the back field with 18 TFL and 15 sacks last year.
6. LeRoy Vann PR/ST, Flordia A&M: A blog was just posted about Sing calling Vann. He has 11 TD's in the last 2 years. With the addition of Spiller and Vann KR/PR becomes a strength.
7. Kade Weston NT, Georgia: Has the size and strength to play the position. Has a good chance of making the 53 because of need. A nice project and potential replacement for Franklyin.