This just out from Walter Football: http://www.walterfootball.com/draft2009.php I've panned some of these guys picks in the past, but this one seems much more reasonable, at least for the Pats: 23 - Rey Maualuga, ILB. I'm not sold on Maualuga, but it's not an unreasonable pick, especially with the remaining OT's and Ayers off the board (Britton at 18, Beatty at 20, Ayers at 21). 34 - Connor Barwin, OLB. No argument there. Just hope he lasts that long. 47 - William Moore, SS. Again, no argument there. I personally prefer Louis Delmas, who they have going at #49, but Moore has superior size and it's a preference thing. 58 - Gerald Cadogan, OT. I think he's a big reach in the 3rd, especially with Eric Wood (#63) and Jarron Gilbert (#64) still available. 89 - Andy Levitre, OG, Oregon St. Not a bad pick, especially given that they have us taking an OT earlier. I probably prefer TD Lang (#96 in their mock) as a tackle/guard prospect. 97 - they don't have comp picks in their draft yet. 120 - Shawn Nelson, TE. Excellent value in the 4th. We don't need TE, but with Watson and Thomas in their contract years an athletic pass-catching TE to complement Chris Baker wouldn't be a bad choice at all. I would probably revise their draft as follows (including the comp pick): 23 - Maualuga 34 - Barwin 47 - Louis Delmas (but if you prefer Moore that's fine) 58 - Jarron Gilbert, DE or Eric Wood, OG (or better yet, trade up and get both!) 89 - TD Lang, OL (#96 in their draft) 97 - Shawn Nelson 124 - Mike Wallace, WR (#128) or Trevor Canfield, OG (#125) That would be a very solid draft. Of their non-Pats picks, the biggest surprise is Michael Johnson going #7 to the Raiders. They also have Hakeem Nicks dropping to Cleveland at #50, which would be reasonable if Cleveland does trade Braylon Edwards. Nicks showed up at his pro day 14 lbs. heavier than the combine and looked slow, so he could possibly drop out of the 1st round.