This was by far the most difficult year in a long time to get a feel for where the Patriots are looking. BB has so much flexibility and so much ammunition it really makes this draft different from previous years. #17 Trade down with New Orleans and pick up #88. #24 OT Costanza BC. At the end of the day the fact that Dante worked out Costanza makes me think that BB is targeting OT early with the understanding that D line is deep and he can comeback and get another later. Could start from day 1. #28 DE Wilkerson Temple. East coast guy with size and solid game tape against Penn State. Played some DE snaps and showed he can be an above average run stopper. Will need to get much stronger and probably require a red shirt year. #33 OLB Sheard Pittsburgh. Explosive and brings an element on third and long that this team desperately needs. Strong commitment to run defense. #60 OG Boling Georgia. Best pulling OG in the draft. Extremely versatile and smart. Could start immediately, but best if he gets a red shirt year. #74 CB Harris Miami. Strong run defender and has the best closing/recovery speed in the draft. Excellent ST player. Needs technique work, but can help immediately as a dime back. #88 RB Ridley LSU. Big back,team captain. He is a power back that carried the LSU offense at times last year. A junior with a lot of tread left on the tires. Since he will be the #3 back,we need a guy that can contribute on ST as well and Ridley had 25 ST tackles his last two years at LSU. #92 FS Hill Florida. Boom or bust player with some physicality. Works best in zone and can contribute of ST while learning the defense. #125 WR Moore Tenn. Classic #2 WR. Averaged 21 yards per catch. Stretch the defense player that runs excellent routes and has decent hands. Adjusts very well to the ball in the air. #159 FB Marecic Stanford. Plays offense, defense and ST. Classic team first player and a personal favorite. #193 OLB/ILB Keiser Stanford. Another personal favorite. Tremendous upside if he can get bigger and stronger. Can contribute on ST while working hard with Nash.