It is not complicated. We need to improve our passing offense and our passing defense.
Kilgore is the future at guard, but we will still sign a veteran guard in free agency.
Jake Scott, Kareem McKenzie, and Leonard Davis are still available.
I do not think that we draft a guard.
1st 30th Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech 6-4 206 4.37
Our depth at wide receiver is more than somewhat tenuous.
If you doubt Hill's hands, go back and watch him run the gauntlet at the combine.
Hill needs seasoning, but he will become a solid # 1 wide receiver.
2nd 61st Derek Wolfe DE Cincinnati 6-5 300 5.01
Wolfe had 9.5 sacks, 21.5 tackles for a loss, and 70 tackles last year. He accumulated 162 total tackles, 37 tackles for loss, and 19.5 sacks during his three –year tenure at Cincinnati. He shared the Big East Defensive Player of the Year award as a senior.
3rd 92nd Ladarius Green TE La.-Lafayette 6-6 240 4.53
Green had 51 receptions for 606 yards and 8 scores. This year, he will provide help on third downs and in the red-zone.
Will have one year to gain weight and improve his blocking skills.
4th 124th Chris Greenwood CB Albion 6-1 193 4.42
Has good size and speed. In three year, Greenwood had 13 interceptions and returned 4 for scores.
Next small school corner to make it in the NFL.
5th 165th Tim Fugger OLB Vanderbilt 6-4 250 4.60
Fugger has good size and speed. He adds needed depth at OLB. He had 7 sacks and 13 tackles for a loss last year.
Second team All-Southeastern Conference honors in coaches' postseason ballot.
6th 200th Dale Moss WR S. Dakota St 6-3 220 4.47
He is fast, quick, explosive, and hard working. This former starting point guard is well worth a sixth round pick.
In his only year playing football, he had 61 catches for 949 yards and six scores.
7th 237th Kelcie McCray SS Arkansas St 6-2 195 4.49
McCray Had 22 passes defended (10 interceptions and 12 passes broken up) in four years.
He can play both SS and FS and we need depth at both positions.
[ Edited by buck on Apr 24, 2012 at 8:32 AM ]