This is just my sketch, and a rough draft. FIrst thing first, trade 1st rounder for 2nd and 4th round picks. This is a deep draft and theres only maybe 10 standout players, followed by a deep second group. 2.Vontaze Burflict LB Arizona State (use as ILB and OLB passing downs) 2.Montee Ball HB Wisconsin (LT is gone after 2011, and Greene might not be resigned. Montee Ball is workhorse in the Curtis Martin/Thomas Jones way)Stays on his feet, is durable, fights for yardage, can catch pretty well. All around good feature back. Knows how to score, with 38 TD's the past 2 years. He'll be around in the late second round because he doesn't have a great 40 time. 4.57 3.Nick Toon WR Wisconsin (might not be available, but a solid possesion guy with good hands, and very physical) He reminds me of a cross between a slimmer Dustin Keller, and David Boston when he first came out of Ohio State. His just being on the field adds a toughness and run blocking dimension that won't be seen in other guys. He can also replace Burress as a #2 WR. 4. Harrison Smith SS Notre Dame (sort of like Eric, but better ball skills. 7 INT's in 2010 as an example). He's also been a good tackler and started for 3 years or so. 4.Vinny Curry DE Marshall (Plays DE, but good OLB prospect. The guy is the anti Vernon Gholston, been good for 4 years straight on a not so great Marshall team. He's strong, but knows how to use it. Watched 5 videos of him shedding blockers, swim moving, ripping, and bull rushing lineman to death. He split double teams on a bunch of blocks as well. I like the idea of him and Maybin rushing, because of their opposite styles. He also has a non stop motor. 5. Jamell Flemming CB/S Oklahoma (Plays CB, but he's physical, a playmaker, and has a good burst. Sort of like Dwight Lowery) I can see him playing some S and some CB. 6. Jarius Wright WR Arkansas (small 5'10 180 lbs) He is fast. I mean fast. Runs a 4.3 flat. Increased his catches, TD's, and YPC every season in college for 4 straight years. This guy is the Jonny Knox, Emanuel Sanders, or maybe even Deshawn Jackson waiting to happen. He's not even rated highly yet however. This guy is a burner waiting to catch a 60 yard TD every play. 7. James Brown OT Troy (Started the past 3 years, played well individually against good talented DE's) High reward and low risk.