Trade #1-New England trades #7 to Dallas for #22 and #28 #22-Jerrod Mayo, ILB- Mayo is very athletic and fast, would play the Will in the patriots system. played against elite competition and excelled. Is a good tackler and should be a nice replacement for Bruschi when the time comes Trade #2-New England trades #28 and #69 to Atlanta for #37 and #48 #37-Antoine Cason, CB-Cason is a smart, phsical corner who is a great fit for the patriots scheme. Would probably be the #2 to start off but has the tools and skills to be a # 1 corner in this league. I think most of us on this board love cason. #48-Quentin Groves, OLB- Groves can have an immediate impact on the field as a situational pass rusher. Extremely fast and athletic. Will need some seasoning to be an everydown OLB but his pass rush skills are extremely valuable on day 1. #63-Oneil Cousins, OT-Cousins is an athletic tackle that can probably come in and start at RT from day one. Is a bit raw, but in the patriots system, has the potential to be a future LT. #94-Beau Bell, ILB Bell would be more of a 2 down Mike Linebacker in the 3-4 system. He is a tough, in your face run stopper that would give the patriots some flexibilty to move AD outside where he can be more of a force. Bell, Hobson, and possibly Seau would be a great rotation at the mike linebacker position. #129-Craig Stevens, TE- We all know that Belichick loves to draft TE's. Stevens is not a great pass catcher, but is one of the best run blocking TE's in this draft and would take over the position held by Brady last season. #197-Trae Williams, CB- Williams has nice versatility and a ton of playing experience against good competition, was overshadowed by Jenkins but if not for his lack of ideal size may be a lot closer to him as far as draftablity is concerned. Can play man coverage or zone. #238-Jacob Hester, RB/FB-I love this kid, he is purely a football player. Not the biggest or fastest, but will give you 110% every single time he is on the field. A true Belichick type player. He can run the ball on short yardage and has good hands out of the backfield. His versatility could open up a few roster spots and eventually could be that third down back like Faulk I think.