Morewheat Posted March 31, 2013 Share Posted March 31, 2013 1st Round -Desmond Trufont/ Jonathan Banks CB- I would take either guy as I think this team needs a proven talent across from Asante. I would give the nod to Trufont right now since TD has already given him a private workout and he seems to have more speed than Banks based on Trufont's 40 time at the combine. 2nd Round- Kaseem Greene/Sio Moore LB- I wanted to take a DE here but I don't feel like there will be good value at the bottom of round 2 unless we want to take a guy like Lemonier, but I think the second round would be a reach for him. I like both Greene and Moore and both should be available at our pick in the second. I prefer Grenne because as a former safety he has the better pass coverage skills than Moore although Moore looks to be the more complete LB at this point in their develop. Either could start day one opposite of Spoon and provide a much needed boost to the LB corp. 3rd Round- Stedman Bailey WR-I know everyone will hate this pick but the truth is we need some serious WR depth behind Roddy and Julio and Bailey would be the perfect spot receiver for this offense. I think there will be a run on receivers in the third round so if we want a legitimate upgrade over HD I believe we will have to take a WR in the third round. I would actually be happy will a number of receivers at this spot including Patton, Williams, Woods, Wheaton or Swope but I like Bailey the best. 4th Round- Malliciah Goodman DE-I don’t love this pick but TD will take a DE at some point in the top half of the draft and they have already had a private workout with Goodman. This is a pretty good value for him and he could generate some good situational pass rush coming off the bench with the hope that he develops into a complete DE later.4th Round- Bennie Logan DT-This is a TD/Smith type of DT. Very solid against the run and athletic enough to improve his pass rush technique. He has a very high character and was even awarded the #18 jersey as a junior at LSU. A solid player who can provide good rotational depth and presents the chance to start down the road as he develops. 5th Round- Knile Davis/ Joseph Randle- RB-Time to draft the Stephen Jackson replacement that can ride the bench and be a situational player this year. One of these guys should be there in the fifth and have starting potential one Jackson hangs it up. 6th Round- Levine Toilolo- TE-This guy is huge and actually made some plays alongside Ertz and Fleener before him. He could be a great red zone target in two TE formations. Limited in terms of his athleticism but has ability and could contribute in his first year. 7th Round x3- I don't care to pick seventh round picks so fill in the blank here. There you have it. I think this is honestly a realistic way it could go down and would give us 3 legitimate starting caliper players incliuding solid depth players with starting potential in the future. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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