1) It might seem odd but my first pick would be Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware. I'd do this because so many teams out there are in a crisis concerning QB's that it wouldn't surprise me if we were approached about trading Hoyer, Mallett or both. Just a feeling I have. (Plus, Devlin seems to be accurate enough, just needs some weight training to improve his long ball.) 2) Zach Hurd, OG, CT. The way he can move his feet, I believe he'd have some great success moving to Tackle. He'd be a very cheap replacement for Nick Kaczur and, like so many of the prospects that I like, he needs to hit the weight room. 3) Willie Smith, OT, E.Carolina. This is a player that has similar numbers to all the top Tackles that were drafted this year. From what I read, he could develop into a top notch Guard. He did 29 on the bench press, finally somebody who doesn't have to live in the weight room! 4) David Mims, OT, Virginia Union. Again, a player who's workout numbers are similar to the top Tackles. Down the road could be a nick backup G/T.