Originally Posted by patchick
As we look ahead to a round sprinkled with Pats picks, here are some of the notable names available. (For the heck of it, I bolded guys who seem particularly likely to me. If you see a CB in bold, read "safety."
#33 - Trade down slightly. I hear the Cardinals and Bulger already have an arrangement, but he's on his last legs. They took two rookie QBs last year, but they got a long look at both and can't like what they see for future starting material. Let's say they trade up from their spot (#36 I think) and a fourth rounder for #33 for Andy Dalton.
#36 - 1. Ryan Williams 2. Brandon Harris 3. Torrey Smith
#56 - If one of the three above is still available in the late 40s, it's trade-up time. Assuming all three are off the board 1. Allen Bailey 2. Clint Boling/Steve Wisneiwski 3. Mike LeShoure (if Williams wasn't taken), 4. Ed Gates (If Torrey Smith wasn't taken), 5. Rahim Moore/Aaron Williams/Jalil Brown, 6. Justin Houston
#60 - Refer to above list. If all of those are exhausted, it will depend on which position hasn't been addressed yet. So where looking at the likes of Jarvis Jenkins, Shane Vereen, Leonard Hankerson/Randall Cobb/Greg Little, or whichever DB floats BB's fancy. However, it's hard to envision at least a couple of the choices from #56 from being here, allowing us to try to get one of these guys at 74 and maybe a trade up from 92.
I think a flow chart might be necessary.
I'm going to call Ryan Williams in the #35-38 range, Brandon Harris in the early 50s, and Boling or Wisneiwski at #60. For the third round, we're in some serious long-range forecasting, but I'll go with Ed Gates and Jarvis Jenkins.