Our biggest needs in the off season are CB, OT, OLB, and to a certain extent RB. My gut is saying that we will either sign a notable CB (Jabari Greer?) or OT (Runyan, Gross) 1) Clint Sintim - OLB - Plays in the 34 defense in College. Already has 10 sacks this year. Some might call it a reach, but the Pats are known for taking the player they like, regardless of popular opinion. As we've seen this year, we need serious help rushing the passer. Woods will hit FA and even if he re-signs he is a backup at best. Crable hasn't panned out the way we thought he would. Sintim has ideal size for a Pats 'backer and could step in immediately and contribute. Unlike Gholston and Crable, Sintim is proven as a 34 OLB and that will probably play a huge factor when the Pats are on the board. 2a) Shonn Greene - RB - Could be the BPA at this pick. RB is not a huge need for many teams, but it is for New England. Pats can't pass up on him with their injury prone RBs. Maroney and Morris can't stay healthy, Jordan will not be re-signed, and Faulk is a 3rd down back who is getting old. Shonn Greene will be a fringe 1st rd pick but will slip due to most teams already having a couple of good RBs already. This guy could be a featured back for the Pats. The closest thing to Corey Dillon since Corey Dillon. A big bruising back that will make Maroney look like Mickey Mouse. 2b) Kevin Barnes - CB - Hobbs is a FA after next season. Better get his replacement before he goes. Wheatley has an extensive injury history and these problems are obviously continuing in the NFL. Wilhite and Richardson are nicklebacks at best. Barnes is a 6'1 corner who adds size and more youth to our growing DB group. 3) Otis Wiley - SS - Harrison will retire. Sanders will re-sign but he could be upgraded. Besides, after Meriweather and Sanders we have zero depth at the safety spot. This is a deep year for safeties and if we can pick one up in the 3rd who offers starting potential than why not. Wiley has ideal size for a Safety and a nose for the ball.