Using the 3/18 version of Patsnut's draft game, here is what I came up with: Figured it was different enough to warrant it's own thread to get some discussion, but Mod's can merge if they'd like! Let me know what you think! *Trades* 22 to Baltimore for 25 and 152 - Baltimore has made some good moves this offeseason and I could see them jumping up a few spots in the draft to make sure they secure the final piece to the puzzle, whoever that may be (sean weatherspoon?) 44 and 116 to Oakland for 38 - Raiders stocking up picks 53 to Kansas City for 66 and 99 - Chiefs jump up to secure D help 152 and 215 to Kansas City for 141 - Pioli and us at it again, they add a 7th 25 - Carlos Dunlap OLB - UF - HUGE risk, but will be used as 4-3 DE while he develops at OLB. With his athleticism could turn into a 3 down player and stud special teamer. Is he a bad kid or just young and immature? 38 - Jared Odrick DE - Penn State - Obviously need help on the line. I think enough has been said about why we could use this guy. 48 - Rodger Saffold OG/OT - Indiana - could compete for multiple spots right away and/or be a replacement for an aging Light/Neal. 66 - Arrelious Benn WR - Illinois - Not necessarily my favorite WR in the draft, but has the skills to possibly develop into a number 1 and gives us some flexibility in the future. Brings something different to the table. 99 - Greg Hardy OLB - Ole Miss - Another big risk, and a lot of people are down on him, but the value is outstanding. It seems that any DE making the switch to OLB in our system is going to take some time, so why not get a guy who when healthy, can be an absolute beast. 141 - Tony Moeaki TE - Iowa - nice pass catching TE, obvious need. 180 - Charles Scott RB - LSU - ran a 4.53 on his pro day and looked very agile. A big back who could come in and pound the ball as he proved in the toughest conference in football. 213 - Micah Johnson ILB - Kentucky - Absolutely love this kid, great value here and would give us a great group of young ILBs. Also could line up and play some FB. A definite risk worth taking. Big, strong, and physical, is there really a 5 round difference between him and Brandon Spikes? 253 - Deji Karim RB - SIU - Good athlete and showed that he can produce, more young legs to compete with the old guys. 254 - Jameson Konz FB - Kent State - I'm always interested in a versatile super-freak athlete. Could he play RB, HBack, FB, TE, WR, Big SS (Tank Williams esque) and be a beast on special teams? 255 - Jim Dray TE - Stanford - Solid blocker, more depth needed. 256 - Robert Malone P - Fresno State - Need a punter!