I was originally a supporter of drafting Nelson, but now believe Nelson is a one year wonder who lacks the physical strength to hold up vs. the run in the NFL and projects as a one dimensional safety. His best pro position may be cb, and that is guess-work. In his post-juco "sophomore" season he did next to nothing and tore a knee ligament in the '06 bowl game, so he has a minor flag for durability and experience, which go hand in hand. I believe Nelson can become a solid pro player, but I would not risk taking him in the 1st rd. Based purely on athleticism and production, my top 3 safeties are Gattis, Griffin and Landry, in that order, which may seem surprising. I believe if Gattis had been wearing a Florida State or LSU uniform instead of a Wake Forest uniform the last 4 years he would be a lock top 20 pick. If Landry had been playing for a less prominent college program he would probably have a late 1st early 2nd rd grade, similar to where Griffin currently sits. Assuming there are no off-field issues to muddy the waters, they all seem much safer picks than Nelson, not to mention more well-rounded players. Before picking Griffin I would have to make sure he is clear of the alleged off field issues which have plagued fellow Texas' dbs Brown and Ross.