Round 1: Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue.
Screw Ingramania. I'm Kerrigansane! But seriously, if I'm a GM spending a late first round pick on a RB this year, it's Mikel Leshoure. I think he will end up with a better career than Mark Ingram. However, I still think a pass-rushing DE is a bigger need than a RB. The only person I'd take over Kerrigan at 24 is Da'Quan Bowers, but I seriously doubt his knee causes him to drop to us.
Round 2: Mason Foster, OLB, Washington.
Having addressed DE in the first round, there's two main draft needs left: OLB and RB. There's 3 guys I wouldn't mind taking with this pick: Foster, Leshoure and Bruce Carter, in that order.
Round 3: Drake Nevis, DT, LSU.
Ya I know. It's Round 3, and we still haven't picked up a RB. But look at our new and improved front 7. Foster, Jonathan Vilma and Jonathan Casillas at LB and then Will Smith, Drake Nevis, Sedrick Ellis and Ryan Kerrigan with their hands in the dirt. Our defense will actually be able to carry us again if our offense stalls.
Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas St.
He fits what we need at running back, a big bruiser at 6-2, 228. He hits the hole quickly, and doesn't stop moving his feet.
Round 7: Will Hill, S, Florida.
Very athletic, however does have some mechanical troubles with his game. Shouldn't be a problem for G-Dub.
Alex Wujciak, LB, Maryland.
He has a really sweet name. And he loves to hit people. Perfect.
What do you guys think?