Back in January, I did a thread that I erroneously titled Pats "Top" Priority. It should have been titled "Pats Perceived Value" and should have focused on how the Patriots weighted the positions to one another in terms of the draft. My post drew the IRE of several people. This list was written prior to free agency and the draft. I wanted to review it to see how I did. 1) Defensive End - Pats used a 5th to draft Myron Pryor and a 7th to draft Darryl Richard. 2) Offensive Guard - Pats drafted Ohrnberger in the 4th after the Hobbs trade and then George Bussey in the 5th. 3) Nose Tackle - Pats traded up to get Ron Brace and then added Myron Pryor who could also play DE. 4) Long Snapper - Pats took possibly the best Long Snapper in the draft in Jake Ingram in the 6th round. They also signed Nathan Hodel, formerly of the Cardinals after they lost Paxton. 5) Safety - SS to Tweener - The Pats signed Shawn Springs, re-signed Tank Williams, and drafted PATRICK Chung as their 1st pick in the draft. 6) Pass-Rushing OLB - Patriots didn't draft anyone at this position. 7) ILB - The Pats drafted Tyrone McKenzie. 8) Cornerback - The Pats signed Shawn Springs, Drafted Darius Butler and traded Ellis Hobbs. 9) Offensive Tackle - The Pats drafted Sebastian Vollmer at the end of the 2nd round. Shocking many people, including myself. 10) Tight End - The Pats signed Chris Baker and Brad Listori. 11) Center - The Pats re-signed Hochstein and Yates to 1 year deals. They also added Al Johnson from the Phins. The topper was added Ohrnberger who can play center and guard. 12) Running back - The Patriots signed Fred Taylor in the off-season. 12) Wide Receiver - The Pats traded for Greg Lewis, signed Joey Galloway, and then drafted Tate from NC State and Edelman from Kent State. Looking at this, I had the positions correct except for OLB. But clearly the how the Patriots weighed the positions wrong, though I think I had the NT position weighted correctly. How wrong, we'll never know.