Here we go: constructive criticism always welcome. I know the pats have signed some defensive backs lately but I truly believe they'll grab these two corners (Marshall and Hunter) to plan more for the future. Don't forget Asante is a free agent soon and Randall Gay injury prone, the pats always plan ahead. 1. Chad Greenaway LB Iowa Because of team needs and depth at linebacker slides to #21. Can play inside or outside. 2. Richard Marshall CB Fresno State Played for Bills buddy Pat Hill at Fresno State, in 3 years could be the best corner from this draft. 3A. Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame Knows the patriots offensive system, it'll be nice to see some size out there catching passes. 3B. Gerris Wilkinson LB Georgia Tech Another versatile linebacker who just makes play.s 4A. Jerious Norwood RB Mississippi State Strong, fast and can catch. Put up big numbers in the best conference in college football. 4B. Darrell Hunter CB Miami (oh) Good ballhawking corner who can also return kicks. 5. Cooper Wallace TE Auburn A great blocker who also has good hands, won't be confused with Ben Watson when it comes to speed. 6A. Chris Gocong OLB Cal Poly Played DE in college but will play standing up. Has enough athletic ability to move to OLB- reminds me of Tully Banta Cain 6B. Adam jennings WR/KR Fresno State Another pat hill guy, ladies and gents- this is the new and improved version of Bethel Johnson 6C. Jon Scifres K Missouri State Best overall kicker when it comes to kickoffs and field goals. 7. Paul Pingear QB Fresno State Great leader with good accuracy but doesn't have the stronest of arms. Another in the fresno to new england pipeline.