McNeill has injury issues. Can't make a determination on him until you know exactly how the back turns out.
Winston was possibly the third best tackle in College in 04 behind Gallary and Ferguson before the injury. Last year was a down year but because of the knee injury, his play fell off last year. He could be a steal because of it.
Scott has everything you need physically but he was not dominating IMO. I think he could have done more. Not to say he is not a good player but I like others better.
Justice, to me, is a major risk. Hasn't really played a lot of football, hasn't faced great compatition at DE on a regular basis, IMO, and has character issues. I wouldn't take him in the first round.
Santonio Holmes is not a go to WR IMO. He is a big play WR but don't know about a go to WR. He is certainly fast. The question is, how big is he really? Is he 5'11 or is he 5'7?
Jay Cutler is very interesting IMO. He has injury issues as well but the ability is certainly there. The question you have to ask yourself is, "Could a Brett Favre type QB work for Parcells?" I think the answer is no. His mentality does not fit what Parcells likes to do on offense. I don't think he's a fit.
Kiwanuka I see as a 43 DE. He's an outside speed rushing guy. I don't know how well he covers so I don't know how he fits into a 34 OLB scheme. I would rather look at other LBs. Now, if were going to play 43, then this is my guy.
Greenway would be an ideal guy to match with our LB corps. He's got everything you need and then some. Not my favorite LB in this draft but certainly not a bad player if available.
Ko Simpson is not the top FS prospect on the board IMO. This is a very deep draft for FS prospects and I see no good reason to spend another 1st round pick on a DB. There are other options available that make more sense, IMO. Unless it's Huff and we're in love with him to the point of viewing him as the second coming of Ed Reed, there is no reason to spend a 1st round pick on a safety. In fact, any DB IMO.
Ngata is a very interesting player. How badly is he injured? If he's not injured too badly, then he would probably be worthy of a pick at 18. To me, the question becomes, is he best suited to be a 34 NT or not? He's 6-5, which is tall for a 34 NT but not unheard of. Personally, I think his skills fit a 43 better but he could work in a 34. If we're going to continue to use this half in, half out approach on the 34 vs the 43, then he might make a lot of sense. NTs are important in a 34 but not first round important IMO. If we're going to gravitate more twords 34 then I'm not in favor of taking a NT with a 1st round pick. If we're going to do half and half, then this is definatly a guy I would consider.