This should make people fairly happy. I see the defensive line as the strategic focus of this draft, and I see Baalke taking one guy to play the end position and two developmental prospects to sit behind Ice or RJF (whichever one we re-sign). I think we take an athletic QB later in the draft (after Smith is trade/released) - I chose Robinson, almost put Klien in there.
1-32 - Sharrif Floyd, DL, Florida, 6-3 300 - Nice fit as a 3-4 DE to develop for a couple years. His biggest knock is his lack of technique, which he makes up for in try-hard. Coach 'em up for a year.
2-32 - Bacarri Rambo, FS/SS, Georgia 6-0 218 - Big safety that can take over for Goldson if he leaves or Whitner in 1 - 2 years
3-12 (from CAR) - Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford 5-11 210 - Another RB? Yes. We've got an open RB/WR spot, and he can contribute on ST. Also, Hunter may open the season on IR/PUP
3-32 - Quinton Patton, WR, LA Tech 6-2 200 - I like this kid - big, explosive, fast
4-32 - Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern 6-2 325 - Big NT prospect to develop for 1 - 2 years
4-comp - Jordan Reed, TE, Florida6-3 240 - If Walker goes, Reed is a good replacement
5-24 (from IND) - Brian Winters, OT, Kent State, 6-5 310 - Swing OT
5-32 - Denard Robinson, QB/ATH, Michigan 6-1 200 - Explosive player that can play multiple positions
5-comp - D.J. Swearinger, S, South Carolina 6-0 215 - Good safety prospect
6-12 (from MIA) - Marc Anthony, CB, Cal, 6-0 200 - Nice local prospect
6-32 - Montorri Hughes, NT, Ten-Martin 6-4 330 - Another NT to develop
7-21 (from CIN) - Sam Schwartzstein, C, Stanford 6-3 295 - Stanford kid who may or may not make the roster; PS as a rookie otherwise
7-32 - Brett Maher, K, Nebraska 6-0 190 - Kicker! Hopkins and Sturgis are gone by this point
[ Edited by nickbradley on Jan 19, 2013 at 13:36:42 ]