Although I am making some assumptions: 1. That we don’t trade up for Rosen and Jackson. That changes everything. 2. I’m assuming that we are looking at LB and OT in the first with safety, Edge, QB and TE as secondary needs. The contacts list does seem to bear this out although it’s no guarantee. So, based upon those assumptions, here’s how I see things. 1. One of Miller or Connor Williams will likely be there at 23. I don’t think there’s a guarantee they’ll be there at 31 although I think Williams might be. I have fairly low confidence that we either want Wynn or that he’ll be available to us. 2. At least one of Evans or Vander Esch will be available at 23. 31 is possible for Evans but no guarantee. 3. There will be good CBs available at 23 or 31 if that’s where B.B. sees a need although contacts don’t seem to suggest that’s the case. Could Mike Hughes or Jaire Alexander represent too much value though for B.B. to ignore? 4. One of Justin Reid or Ronnie Harrison stand a good chance of being there at 43. 5. There seems to be a very interesting range of very athletic edge players available in the 2nd round in Sweat, Carter and Green and although he’s not the same type of player, Ejiofor is a pretty nice backstop to those three. 6. Projecting Lauletta and Falk to be eventual starters may be a stretch but I think both are likely to good quality backups which is no bad thing. There’s Mike White too. 7. I don’t love the TE class but there’ll be someone there at 43 if that’s the route B.B. chooses. 8. The interest in top WRs and RBs is interesting. We may not see offense as the way forward but there’s likely plenty of really good talent there at 31 or 43. Michel, Guice, Jones at RB and Ridley, Miller, Kirk are all players I’d be fine with us drafting. They may not be my preference over other positions but all are good players. 9. Even if B.B. goes interior OL, this is one of the best classes at that position that I remember. 10. Even if B.B. trades up into the teens for Rosen or Jackson, I’d be fine with that because we’d likely still have 31 or 43 to get another quality prospect and it also frees up 63, likely for one of the edge players. The only thing that concerns me is trading our top three picks to get into the top 10. BB, of course, could go in any number of weird directions but I do think there are so many good possible directions to go, I’m feeling pretty good ahead of Thursday. I’m less bothered about immediate needs and am more focused on starting to build the next generation. I like the chances of that happening.