Every player we selected, might have the highest ceiling in the draft at their respective positions.
At worst, both our first rounders will be good, at best, they can both easily be All-Pro's, and maybe even better. I simply can't imagine how Iupati will not end up an All-Pro guard.
With Mays and Bowman, we swung for the fences again for players with a high ceiling; although they also have a low floor.
Chances are, one of them busts and one is a home run. I like that kind of strategy for us. We are not as desperate for "safe" picks at OLB/LB or DB as some seem to think.
At worst, they could both be complete busts, at best they could be very good or even All-Pro's.
There is a good chance we end up with 3 "home runs" from the first 2 days of this draft. What more could you ask for?
[ Edited by BrianGO on Apr 23, 2010 at 9:51 PM ]