Looking at all the mock drafts, it seems to me that this is a really strong draft in the first round, throughout the first round actually. Then it falls off a cliff in the second round. Knowing that you have the #33 pick which, given a reach or two in the first round, will be a highly marketable/tradable pick between the first and second days, i have to think the Belichick will strongly think of moving up. I know Belichick would never do this, but if he feels Mike Pouncey is a surefire 10 year guard, then I would trade up to get him. Trade up you say? What about our late second, our late third, and next year's #1. Look at the draft value chart: those three picks equal about 700, or right where Pouncey projects. I then take a 3-4/OLB at #16 AND a DE at #28 (or vice versa). I get three first rounders this year. Then, I trade down from my #33 pick. If I trade down to 52, I can pick up a 3rd rounder like the one I traded for Pouncey. I might go Marvin Austin, Robert Quinn, or an OL like Moffitt there. So, I come out of the first two rounds with 3 #1s, 1 #2, and I still have 2 #3, 1 #4. I'd be tempted to trade the rest of the picks into next year because I'll be missing a #1.