Trying to do my best to be realistic as to availability. I'm using the comp picks as figured in the other thread. No FA signings, no Cassel trade, and no trading picks (too hard without mocking the entire draft) 1:23 Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest - OT was definitely a consideration here, but there isn't an immediate need there, and it's a pretty good draft to get one later. I still can't believe Wake Forest has two first rounders (Both of whom I want), and Miami might not have a single player drafted, but here we are. Smith just looks the part. I think we'll go into the season with Hobbs on one side, Smith on the other, with Wheatley the nickel and Wilhite the top backup. I'm cool with that, but I like Hobbs more than most on this board. 2:47 Chase Coffman TE Missouri - I haven't given up on David Thomas, but I don't see him here past 2009 either. Don't get me started on Watson, because we'll be here awhile. If Sintim is still here, he would be my choice. 2:58 Connor Barwin OLB Cincinnati - Too early? Maybe, but I'm not willing to bet he'll be there at 89. I think he's been discussed enough on this board. Obviously, if we land Sintim, we'll look elsewhere here...possibly a sliding OT. 3:89 Jonathan Luigs C/G Arkansas - Two-time Rimington award finalist, winning it once. Key cog in the Arkansas line that's been bludgeoning holes for its RBs in recent years. Very smart in the classroom. 3:97 Tyrone McKenzie ILB South Florida - If he's here, he's great value. One of my favorites in the draft who isn't discussed much. Could be a perfect complement to the ILB rotation, and has the versatility to play OLB -- which he will probably start out as. 4:124 Derrick Pegues S Mississippi St - Another underrated guy who gets lost in the safety discussion, although that will probably change between now and the draft. Also a very good returner. 4:136 Terrance Knighton NT Temple - Experts would call this a reach, but with more teams switching to the 3-4, a true nose tackle becomes a hot commodity. 5:158 Brandon Gibson WR Washington St - Looked good during Senior Bowl week after getting lost on a horrible team. Has real potential as a #2 WR. 5:167 Cornelius Lewis OT Tennessee St - Low risk/high reward Florida St. transfer. I like his upside a lot better than some OTs projected to go early on Day 2. I still wouldn't mind getting a guy like Britton, Smith, or Beatty earlier, though. 6:192 Nader Abdullah DE Ohio St - Good size and instincts to play in the Belichick 3-4. Good PS candidate. 7:230 Kevin Akins S Boston College - Versatility, aggresiveness earn him a shot at the roster.