Just going straight, pick by pick here, no trades..etc
Round 1-Janoris Jenkins-CB-Northern Alabama. Yes, he's got troubles, there have been issues but there's a lot of people who feel that this guy necessarily isn't a Pacman waiting to happen and the talent is absolutely undeniable. He could come in as a nickelback and end up as a starter by next year, the value at this pick is unbelievable, he truly does represent BPA at this point and in a passing-heavy league, you really can never have enough good cornerbacks.
Round 2-Brandon Brooks-OG-Miami of Ohio. Physically dominant road-grader type that will provide a dominant force inside at right guard for years to come.
Round 3-Markelle Martin-FS-Oklahoma State. A true "centerfielder" type of FS, as a bonus he hits like a bus and would serve to provide both depth at safety and potentially insurance in case Goldson bounces out next year.
Round 4-Tommy Streeter-WR-Miami. Great measurables, huge ceiling, but very raw, has a lot of work to do but picking him here allows him to develop, contribute in various spots and hopefully blossom into a top receiver down the road.
Round 5-Miles Burris-OLB-San Diego State. Provides much needed depth at OLB, could also contribute on special teams, good pass rusher with a solid motor.
Round 6-Sean Richardson-SS-Vanderbilt. More safety depth that this team badly needs, Richardson is fast, solid hitter and would backup Whitner.
Round 7-Chris Owusu-WR-Stanford. He's going to fall due to injury concerns but he'd be worth a shot here, especially coming out of Stanford. Fantastic measurables and a knowledge of the offense.