Round 1 (23) Muhammad Wilkerson. (Jimmy Smith would be the pick, but I don't see him sliding on draft day)
Round 2 (54) OT Marcus Cannon. (Andy Reid sized OT with a Howard Mudd OT's athleticism. Justice would look a lot better coming off the bench in case Cannon is hurt rather than starting and continuing to put QB's lives in danger. Same for the gentle giant Dunlap.)
Round 3 (85) OG Will Rackley. (Another local small school stand-out and an upgrade over MJG and Cole at RG)
Round 4 (104) CB Curtis Marsh (A cb with needed size and press/man skills.)
Round 4 (120) LB KJ Wright (would compete with and eventually overtake Fokou at SAM. Freaky long arms and the same combine/pro day numbers as Lofa Tatupu/Lance briggs, so his 4.7 speed should be just fine)
Round 5 (149) C Brandon Fusco (If he makes it this far, he's the pick- otherwise it's Barnes, Kirkpatrick, or Linnekohl.)
Round 5 (153) FS Mark Legree (size to play SS, speed and ball-hawking to play FS. Bigger hitter than Nate and kurt and solid wrap up tackler in the open field. Perhaps this is too many small-school prospects, but they can all ball)
Round 7 (229) OL Byron Bell (100 knockdown blocks this past season and athletic for his size. Could play any OL position including center since he's a natural bender. huge sleeper but mostly a depth pick at this point)
Round 7 (237) CB James Dockery (I would prefer Ryan Jones, Justin Rogers, or Korey Lindsey, but they all probably are off the board at this point. Dockery reminds me of a Brandon Carr-lite with some upside who could eventually compete with Lindley for the NB spot once he's had time to learn the playbook. Very underrated prospect, but he won't be a #1 guy)
Round 7 (240) RB Darren Evans (this guy really should be more known. if he's available in the 7th, he'll be a tremendous steal and great power compliment to Shady's finess and speed running. Would be an upgrade over Buckley at the minimum with the potential to be a solid #2 depending on what we do with Harrison.
At some point I would like to acquire 2 additional early 5th rounders and draft LB's Adrian Moten (WLB) and Mario Harvey (MLB or WLB) to give our backers some depth and upside, not too mention speed, hitting power, and coverage ability.