In my oppinion, we have to pick up a guard, who can compete for the starting spot with the first pick. This means, we have to be a little bit flexibel with our first pick with the following possibilities ( I leave Decastro out, because he won't be picked anywhere near to where we pick):
Peter Konz or Cordy Glenn drop a little bit : If one of those two guys is available, maybe trade up a pick or two and pick him.
If both are gone, try to trade down a few spots and pick up Kevin Zeitler.
So the pick is Konz, Glenn or Zeitler (in that order), OG
Harrison Smith, Safety from Notre Dame
Goldson is franchised, so we have to take into account, that he is gone after this season. We are really thin at safety behind the two starters and need a guy who can cover tight ends in multi tight end sets. Smith is a great player with ball skills who can help a lot and take over for Goldson next year.
Chris Givens, WR from Wake Forrest
If Randy Moss can be the deep threat, this is a luxury pick, but i don't really see that as guaranteed. Givens reminds some people of Mike Wallace. We did not get the original, so why not take the next one :)
Josh Chapman, DE from Alabama
The dline needs some new guys, because Justin Smith is not getting younger and there isn't much behind the starters and RJF. Chapman is a run stopper who could help in the rotation and learn from the cowboy.
Bernhard Pierce, RB from Temple
We have to think about a successor for Frank and we have to bring in a new power back who can compete with Jacobs and replace him later.
Pierce is a powerfull runner, who could start in a complementary roll and be the every down guy later that Hunter can't be because of his size.
Round 6 and 7 :
Pick up bpa . This is the try to pick up a diamond in the rough. Much luck needed with those picks so i won't pretend i know about those guys :)
[ Edited by stever on Apr 8, 2012 at 9:54 AM ]