I have a bit of a crazy idea, not sure if it's been discussed on another thread. What if the answer to your question is both...
I think Cyprein's draft slot is a little overinflated, as stated by ex scout, Bucky Brooks =
So he may be available in the 2nd round. My personal preference is getting Eric Reid at 31. I think he has it all...big, fast and strong. Plus he was the leader of that LSU defense ( you know our FO loves team leaders and players who perform in college, especially in a division like the SEC ). Reid can cover ground and deliver the killer hit. With 2 draft picks around the same time, what if we drafted Reid at 31, and then at 34, drafted Cyprein? That would give us great depth to not only see who can earn the starting FS spot, but also spell Whitner in Dime. Plus since this is Whitners last year, you groom the FS "loser" to become your SS for next year. Having Whitner there to mentor both guys for a year will put us way ahead of the curve. Then next year, we have a Safety tandem that is pretty interchangable with cover and run support skills. It just seem too good to not happen. We would turn a weakness into a massive strength.
Then with our 2nd , 2nd rounder, nab a DT ( like John Jenkins ) and then a TE like Kelce or McDonald in round 3? I know its far fetched and has little or no chance of happening, but that would be pretty interesting. I still think we grab one of those S prospects at 31 or 34, then nab a Rambo or Duke Williams later to groom.
This draft can't come fast enough!
[ Edited by DRUSTOPO on Apr 12, 2013 at 12:29 PM ]