Draft Number 1 (no trades):
1: Julio Jones, WR, Alabama: everyone knows the deal here.
2: Marvin Austin, DT, UNC: Was a top 10 prospect going into the season, seems to have grown up a little, and he will be a beast in the NFL.
3: Mason Foster, OLB, Washington: a solid playmaker at OLB, which is in the top 3 needs (if not the number 1 need).
4: Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky: a shifty back to backup s-jax, one of my favorite options at RB.
5: Justin Boren, OG, OSU: a mauler at guard that could really help open up the running game.
6: Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado: a very underated corner that needs some work, but given time in spags system, I fell he could be great.
7: Da'Norris Searchy, S, UNC: another great UNC player that was overshadowed by his talented teamates, it's worth taking a shot on talent in round 7.
Draft number two ( Julio Jones is not available, trade down and pick up an additional 3rd rounder):
1: Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida: The best guard in the draft.
2: Jon Baldwin, WR, Pitt: I think that he is the 3rd best reciever behind green and jones, I would not be upset at all if we took him.
3: Bruce Carter, OLB, UNC: would probably be the number 1 or 2 OLB if he hadn't torn his acl late in the season.
3: Deandre McDaniel, S, Clemson: A playmaker that can play both saftey positions.
4: Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia: had bad luck with injuries this year but I feel like he will be a great NFL corner, and he is one of my favorite sleeper picks.
5: Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State: speedy third down back to help reduce the wear and tear on steven jackson.
6: Charles Clay, RB/TE/FB, Tulsa: can play any number of postions, and in McDaniels' offense, he could be a great weapon to have.
7: Cedric Thornton, DT, Southern Arkansas: again, why not take a shot in round 7?
I have one more coming soon, let me know what you think.