Round 1, Pick 23 (23) Connor Barwin, OLB/TE, Cincinnati Big, fast, athletic, versatile. Barwin's quick transition from TE to DE makes me believe he can make a fairly quick transition to his new role as 3-4 OLB. He has one of the highest upsides of any OLB in this year's draft. 2nd choice Larry English, OLB. Round 2, Pick 2 (34) (From Kansas City) Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State. Another fast riser. Gilbert is big, strong, and athletic. He makes good insurance policy in case Seymour leaves and he is at least an upgrade over Jarvis Green. 2nd choice Darius Butler, CB. Round 2, Pick 15 (47) (From San Diego) Clint Sintim, ILB, Virginia A solid player with only average measureables. However those will be adequate once he is moved inside next to Mayo. He might be behind Guyton on the depth chart until he earns the spot though. 2nd choice Robert Ayers, ILB. Round 2, Pick 26 (58) Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina Meredith is a finesse player with the agility to play LT if necessary. He should provide an upgrade over Kaczur at RT once he has earned the spot. His pass rush protection strengths play well to the Patriots offensive plan - protect Brady. 2nd choice William Moore, SS. Round 3, Pick 25 (89) Chip Vaughn, SS, Wake Forest Big, fast safety with excellent recovery speed and size. Can take his time learning behind Sanders before taking over. 2nd choice Rashad Johnson, FS. Round 3, Pick 33 (97) (Compensatory selection) Andy Levitre, OG, Oregon State Insurance for Neal. He will be brought up slowly in the system. His prospects are better than those of Yates. 2nd choice Jason Williams, OLB. That's how i see the Pats draft as of today. I didn't speculate into trades as that's just too difficult to predict right now. Flame away.