I been going through a couple of draft guides and the new buzz word this year is "conversion players". Now,some of the the best players and most often mentioned players for the Patriots are what is termed as "conversion players". These "conversion players" are players like Ghoslton, Harvey, Long, Merling, and Groves are players that will be drafted to play a different position than they played in college. Drafting a player is always a risk but to draft a "conversion player" may be too big a risk. Should the Patriots draft a safer pick like Rivers, McKelvin, or Clady who they know can play the position? Has there ever been a "conversion player" drafted in the top 10 that has really excelled at a new position right away? Thoughts?