The '07 draft is loaded with skill position stars at the very top
I think in order:
1) QB of the future, I'm pretty sold on Quinn and yes I realize it would take a blockbuster trade to get him but I think it would be worth it if we're convinced that Romo or Henson won't be a starter
2) WR of the future, TO and TG are both over 30. Crayton is young but will forever be best suited to the #3 with some occasional #2 at best. I think one of our UDFA's from this year will stick and contribute at some point although probably not #1. Calvin Johnson is a freak who will be a star IMO.
3) OL, ton of "if's" this year. IF AJ solidifies center and IF Petitti/Colombo settle in as starting RT and IF Flo returns 100% and IF Kosier is as good as the coaching staff thinks, we'll still need a future RG since Rivera is ancient and Peterman has been a bust so far. A first day T would be nice too since Fabini probably doesn't have much left and I don't think anyone feels comfortable with our current T roster of...Old Fabini, post-injury Flo, and unproven Petitti/Colombo...not very inspiring.
4) CB, need a replacement as the #3, possibly #4 if Reeves continues to progress. A Glenn is getting really old for a CB. These days, you really need at least 3 solid CBs and a decent 4th.
On the fringe.....
RB, if JJ fails to finish yet another season...it might be time to start looking. I love MBIII but I don't think he's an answer to be an every down guy and you still need another solid guy to rotate, probably a bigger back....Adrian Peterson is one of the best big backs I've ever seen in college.
I realize that Quinn, Calvin Johnson, or Adrian Peterson would require blockbuster deals but sometimes you have to pay for quality. And we have a few vets with trade value....so who knows..?
Still left to accomplish:
sign OT Winston or G Moore