Just for fun. I like the gimmick mocks from time to time. Defense 14. Mark Barron, SS, Alabama, 6'1", 215. Starts day 1. I don't know that I buy the next Ed Reed stuff, but he helps fix what ails us. 45. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska, 6'4", 280. I love his motor. I would start him and Lissemore bookended around Rat. #81. Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt, 5'11", 192. We need CB depth in the worst way. Injuries caused our guys to play hurt and play bad. #113. Bryan Anger, P, California, 6'4", 208. Yeah I know he is Special Teams, not Defense but he helps the Defense by pinning the other team deep. #135. Jonathon Massaquoi, OLB, Troy, 6'4", 265. I would hope Ware would take him under his wing as a special project. #152. Hebron Fangupo, NT, BYU, 6'1", 325. I still think my pet cat is the best NT in this draft. #186. Chris Greenwood, CB, Albion, 6'1", 195. Kid from a small school who has great measurables and a higher ceiling than his college afforded him. Worth a risk here. Depth. #222. Akiem Hicks, NT, Regina, 6'5", 318. Yes, I know I already took Fangupo and we have Brent. I think this kid is going to be a real sleeper who can play DE in a 3-4, NT, or DT in a 4-3. Worth the pick Offense #14. David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 6'5", 315. Was there any doubt he was going to be here on my mock. There shouldn't have been if there was. I believe he is the best pure football player in this entire draft. #45. Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin, 6'4", 314. I don't care if we have to move back into the first. These top 2 picks make us the team to beat in 2012. Holes will open. Romo will have time. That means Dez, Miles, Jason, and DeMarco will kill. #81. LaMichael James, RB/KR/PR, Oregon, 5'8", 192. In open space this kid is electric. We need return men who give us field position advantages. Here he is. #113. Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 5'10", 192. If you can tell me a better fit for Tony Romo in the slot than this kid I am all ears. #135. T. Y. Hilton, WR, Florida International, 5'10", 183. Yes, another WR. He is bullet fast and has good hands. Use him on returns, in the slot, on deep routes. Once he has the ball, stuff happens. #152. Rhett Ellison, TE, USC, 6'5", 251. I have come full circle on TE. He was the one I originally targeted and I am back. #186. Nick Foles, QB, Arizona, 6'4", 240. His critics are wrong. This kid has the potential to start one day in this league. Yes, he will start his pro career as a project. You can work with projects who are accurate and he is. #222. Lamar Holmes, OT, Southern Mississippi, 6'5", 325. I don't know about anyone else, but I am nervous with only 3 OTs. We need depth.