Well we pick early and late in the third....how 'bout a thread suggesting talent that may be enticing to the Pats at the end of Day One. Kendall Langford, DE, Hampton 6'5.25" 290lbs replacement for Mike Wright? Strengths: Quick, aggressive and makes plays behind the line of scrimmage. Shows a violent punch, has a mean streak and flashes the ability to shed blocks quickly. Is a relentless pass rusher and flashes the ability to fight though double teams. Cuts angle to quarterback down with good inside lean and flashes an effective rip move. Use hands to protect legs, stays balanced and can get over cut blocks. Drives legs once engaged, shows adequate lower body strength and can push tackles back into the pocket. Wraps up upon contact and is a reliable open field tackler. Looks to knock the ball loose when gets to the quarterback and is a ball hawk. Has experience lining up at defensive tackle and is versatile enough to slide inside in situations with pass-heavy tendencies. Tall, jumps well and blocked a kick during 2006 season. Weaknesses: Plays far too high and can get driven off the ball. Lacks elite explosiveness and there is some concern about ability to turn the corner working against NFL caliber tackles. Doesn't have elite closing speed and is going to have problems chasing mobile quarterbacks down. Lacks great awareness and doesn't always get hands up when isn't going to get to the quarterback. Overall: During Langford's first three seasons (2004-'06) he appeared in 36 games (27 starts) and recorded 164 total tackles, 42.5 tackles for loss, and 18.5 sacks. Playing at a small school obviously raised concerns about Langford's production thus far and he has to become a more fundamentally sound run defender. However, he's already shown the versatility, athletic ability and power to develop into a contributor in the NFL. Strong showings during postseason all-star games and workouts could land Langford a spot on Day 1 of the 2008 draft.