No trades, straight up rounds one through seven.
Amini Silatolu OG Midwestern State
We need a guard, there's no doubt about that, but this guys value is also on par with BPA. i wanted Zeitler at first but the more I read about him, the more I think his ceiling is capped. Some analyst think Silatolu can be better then IIupati, IMO that's a good problem to have. Plus, the dude is just nasty.
Plan B, Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin
Josh Robinson, CB/KR, Central Florida
I really like the dudes game and anyone that can bring in some return skills is ALWAYS welcome!
Plan B, Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
Marvin Jones WR California
One of the biggest sleepers in this draft. Jones played with some of the most below average QB's in college football and still managed to put up a 14.6 YPC average, he really showed what he could do wit a decent QB at the senior Bowl. We put a band-aid on our WR Corps for this season, I think we have two guys signed longer then 2 years? We need to address it and we could use a bit of insurance if/when the Randy Moss experiment fails.
Plan B, Jared Crick DE/DT Nebraska Would have been nice to have this guy understudy behind JSmith.
Kyle Wilber OLB Wake Forest
We need depth and Wilbur provides that while working on ST
Plan B, Josh Kaddu OLB Oregon
Michael Brewster C Ohio State
I really think this guy could be a top center in the league in a few years. Give him a few seasons behind Goodwin, who was a short term fix, and he should be solid.
Plan B, Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
Duke Ihenacho SS San Jose State
They paid special attention to him at the proday and we need depth at safety
Plan B, Audie Cole ILB N.C. State, need someone to replace LGrant when he's gone next off season.
Chris Owusu WR Stanford
High risk, high reward. If he proves healthy he can contribute.
Plan B, Matt Conrath DE/DT Virginia
There you have it, eat it up, spit it out, pick it apart, do what you well.