I know that it is early in the process and we still have the superbowl to look forward to, but I cannot stand reading all the giant hype this week so I did peak at the draft a little and to say the least I am unimpressed with what is going to be available at #7. I just do not see any player at #7 that is going to be an impact player for the PAtriots. I also think that the pick is going to be very hard to trade away because unless somebody makes a big impact at the combine and personal workouts, nobody is going to want to trade up for what is going to be available. Every player at #7 that will be available has major question marks in their game. Guys like Gholston and Long would be making a position change, not something you want to spend #7 money on. Rivers is a good linebacker, but he is not that dominant to warrant #7. Jenkins and Mckelvon seem like good corners, but played at smaller schools and still have holes in their games. At #32(hopefully) guys like Cason, Cromartie, and Conners would all most likely be available at a lot cheaper price with about the same amount of talent. What a year to have a top ten pick. Am I wrong to think this?