If we go Defense, I hope we go for Anthony Spencer, DE, Purdue. He's been a terror this year in the Big 10, and translates extremely well to outside linebacker in the pros. He's a better prospect than Carpenter or Lawson, and I'll go out on a limb and say that he'll be just as good as Ware. With Ellis suffering a big injury, there's a good chance that he won't be back next year. I think we'll see in the coming weeks if Carpenter will end up inside or outside. If the answer is inside, don't be surprised to see parcells take another DE/LB hybrid.
If we go offense, where we actually need the help. It has to be offensive line, early and often. Rivera needs to be upgraded, and Corey Proctor is the guy backing him up. So realistically, it would be nice to have two relatively high draft picks at OG. OT is also a need, and depending on how McQ progresses, it could be a non-issue. Again, a place for improvement.
At DB, I still like Henry, but with the few needs that we have, why not go for the top notch trio, just as long as we don't pass on Anthony Spencer or a top OL.
Just like every year, everyone gets enamored with taking a WR. These guys are a dime a dozen, and I wouldn't be surprised if Ted Ginn turns out to be a worse pro than Sam Hurd. I pray that we don't draft a reciever that isn't named Calvin Johnson in the first round.
Romo is the starting QB. We'll probably sign some grizzled vet for cheap in the offseason. Look for a secaond day QB, nothing higher than that. I don't really have anyone in mind, but I'm sure there are some projects to be had.