Assuming no trades or big time free agents
Head Coach: J. Harbaugh
I think the money the NFL can offer plus the ability to stay in California will be the tipping points that dissuade him away from choosing Michigan.
First Round Ryan Mallet QB Ark
Has experience, accuracy and a big arm. Health and mobility questions though.
Second Round Von Miller DE Texas A&M
Non stop motor, has experience playing as a rush backer in 3-4 sets or could bulk up to book end with J. Smith in a 4-3 scheme.
Third Round Brandon Burton CB Utah
Emerging corner that has good speed and can tackle, hopefully able to get some reps as a nickle in his rookie year.
Fourth Round Austin Pettis WR Boise
A WR that you could count on to make plays at the college level. His 40 time will cause him to drop but has excellent hands and good route running ability.
Fourth Round Chris Boling OG Georgia
Coming off an ankle injury and will move inside at the next level. Big physical guy who can push and hopefully replace Rachal.
Fifth Round Chris Culliver CB/FS USC
A big factor in the return game, has speed and quickness but injury concerns his senior year. Could be a great weapon in the return game allowing us to not use T. Ginn while he develops into a possible FS for us.
Sixth Round Alex Linnenkohl C OSU
Depth at center is key, hopefully can crack the practice squad
Sixth Round Charles Brown CB UNC
Was suspended for 2010. I think the perfect place to spend a late round pick on a guy that has talent but couldn't stay out of trouble.
Seventh Round Baron Batch RB TTU
High character athlete who is smart can pick up blitzes and has great hands. Good body to have on the team if Gore isn't 100% when the season resumes.
Seventh Round Kai Forbath K UCLA
All-American place kicker, Nedney is getting older and Kai can be a replacement option if necessary. Has a great leg.