Building your Draft Board - Week 2 is set to start. The focus here is the target rich environment of Interior Linemen; Offensive Center (OC) and Offensive Guard (OG). With all the posts begging for a "roadgrader", we should hopefully see a little more participation leading up to the Combine this week. BB's history here is pretty interesting and sparce, he drafted one OG off the Grier board in 2000 and one OC in 2003, both in the fifth round. He also drafted a LT at the end of the first round in 2005, then moved him inside to LG. Everybody else have been free agent hires. Still, this is a strong field with draftnik-rated value in each round, and a couple heavy-weight G's who have surprising mobility for their size. Many of the G candidates are OTs who are expected to move inside, some have done so in their All-Star games the way Mankins did last year, demonstrating their versatility on a national stage. We started from http://www.gbnreport.com/positionalrankings.htm for the NT boards, and I recently shared http://www.northwestscouting.com/index.html which focuses on linemen, this gives everybody a good starting point. I encourage you to scour the web and your draft preview subscriptions for alternative sources - the more the merrier (and share them!). There are no rules to building your line, if you want to draft an OT and move him inside do so, but please tell us you did and why you see them succeeding within the Patriots' system. As noted above, the Combine starts this week, I started the draft board discussions with 3-4 DLs and Interior Linemen as the two areas least likely to be severely impacted by Combine scores. I expect people to revisit their boards as new information changes their assessments, if finding a 320 lb. DT who runs a sub-4.8/40 at the Combine excites you, by all means go back and update your NT board; but please use a color change to make your updates easier to spot, thank you. Have fun, I must now brave the fickle wind to run the snow blower.