I meant playing him at nickel CB in year 1 allows him to bulk up a bit and transition back to to Safety in years 2,3,4. I don't think he has to hit 250 but I have read that he is a slender 180, if he can get to the 190-200 range that is perfect. Your comparison is great, I see him as a FS impact player like Ed Reed / Wilson ( the one we thought he may become) not as a Harrison / Lynch SS. Another interesting Safety is Griffin from Texas, not as fast as Nelson but bigger and may have enough versatility to play FS or SS. Also very good on special teams. If I had to choose I would pick Nelson because it looks like he can play a little CB. CB is thin, only Scott and Hobbs signed beyond 2006. At Safety we have a ton of players (including our current top 5 in depth) signed for 2007. Safeties signed for 2007 - Harrison, Wilson, Hawkins, Sanders, Scott*, Tebucky Jones, Mitchell *Scott is a CB\S Wishlist CB - Veteran FA (Samuel or Clements), Scott, DAY 1 DRAFT PICK SS - Harrison, Sanders, Mitchell FS - Wilson, Hawkins CB - Hobbs, NELSON (Florida) - a lot of flexibility, players that can play both Safety and CB include: Scott, Wilson, Hawkins, Nelson On paper anyway it looks ok.