1st Round: Star Lotulelei, Utah, NT, 6'3" 325 - Every year someone slides in the draft. A few weeks back, Star was a top 5 lock. Now Shariff Floyd appears to have passed him by as the top DT.
2nd Round: Giovani Bernard, UNC, 5'10" 205 - Finally a home run hitter at the RB position. Should have the skills and size to succeed as a feature back.
3rd Round: Shamarko Thomas, Syracuse, 5'8" 215 - Reminds me of Bob Sanders in his prime (Hopefully minus the injuries). Should be able to contribute immediately as a Slot corner in Nickel formations too.
4th Round: Barrett Jones, Alabama, C/G, 6'4" 305 - Great Utility guy. As much as us fans love us some Legursky, nobody can say Jones wouldn't be an upgrade
5th Round: Kenjon Barner, Oregon, RB, 5'8" 190 - Yes another speedy back. We've tried the 230 pound power backs the last few years and we know where that went. Bernard, Dwyer, & Barner would be a good mix. Plus we need a Return Specialist (Thanks #22)
6th Round: Stansly Maponga, TCU, OLB, 6'2" 260 - Its hit or miss with young pass rushers. Hopefully we get a hit here!
6th Round (Comp): Josh Boyce, TCU, 5'11" 200 - I really wish there was a 6'4 + WR here for the taking, but we're stuck with another 5'11" guy with a 4.38 40 time, could be worse I guess!
7th Round: Sheldon Price, UCLA, CB, 6'2 180" - I'll take a 6'2" DB in the 7th all day long. You simply can't teach height. 7th rounders hardly ever pan out, but there's potential with a 6'2" corner who runs a 4.45 40!
Now its your turn... Tell me how this guy won't be in this round, and this guy's play wont translate to the NFL... You know since were all experts right?!?!?!?!?
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