Using the CBS player rater list [updated 1/28/11] for draft rankings. Selections are made at +/- 3 of projection. Trades are made using the standard value chart according to teams actual picks. I'll try to keep trades to a minimum to keep it more 'realistic'. 1st Round β #17 DE JJ Watt, Wisconsin. He's still my top targeted prospect in the 1st round. Cameron Jordan is out of reach after blowing up at the Senior Bowl practices. 1st Round β #28 My top candidate for a trade down. Teams will likely want to trade up for a QB here like a Gabbert or whatever flavor of the month signal caller rises up. #28 (660) TRADE DOWN with San Francisco for #45 (450) and #76 (210). 2nd Round β #33 OG/C Mike Pouncey, Florida. Supposedly the strongest interior OL prospect in the draft. We need to be prepared in case Mankins leaves. 2nd Round - #45 S Quinton Carter, Oklahoma. A solid all around safety with cover and run support skills. 2nd Round β #60 (300) + #92 (132) Trade up with Oakland for #48 (420). WR Leonard Hankerson, Miami. An impact player at the Senior Bowl. Runs good routes with excellent hands and knows how to create separation from the defender. 3rd Round β #74 DE Christian Ballard, Iowa. He is very active and quick for his size and could sub in for a 4 man pressure front on passing downs. Reminds me of a more athletic Jarvis Green. 3rd Round - #76 OLB Sam Acho, Texas. Seemed to be very active, causing all kinds of pressure at the Senior bowl. His stock may rise after his strong showing. 4th round - #123 RB Bilal Powell, Louisville. This guy surprised me by running hard, being very physical with his running and delivering blows to defenders. Could make a good alternative RB to BJGE with more speed. The one concerning knock against him is he might need to improve his ball security. 5th round - #156 CB Kendric Burney, North Carolina. Seems like the ideal slot/nickel DB. Seems to be smart and quick to find the ball. 6th round - #184 C Brandon Fusco, Slippery Rock. Small school kid but naturally strong and has a larger frame that could allow him to hold up better against the bigger DTs in the NFL. Could be a dark horse development project for Dante to coach up.