Okay, I am convinced of a couple of things in this Draft. First, I believe we are absolutely looking to trade down and add picks. Second, I think Center is the number 1 target, but with Konz rating around the 45 mark we may roll the dice that he lasts until then. What about Garrett at Bama? I do think we like Barron, but not at 14. If we can't trade down I think we do draft DeCastro and probably move him to Center and pass on Konz. Yes burm, I know he may die. I feel obligated to say that any time I mention Konz. I am projecting a trade with Cleveland who covets Tannehill. Their 22 pick and their 37 pick for #14. #22. Mark Barron, SS, Alabama, 6'1", 213. I don't know what this means for recently signed Brodney Pool. That is why I have tended to doubt the supposed interest in Barron, but reports of his ball skills and run support tackling lead me to believe we are going to address Safety if we can. #37. Peter Konz, C, Winsconsin, 6'4", 315. Starts day 1. My only question on passing on DeCastro is this, if Livings and Bernadeau are not the 2nd coming of the find we had in Kyle Kosier, who is the top Guard in 2013? Frankly I do not see a better interior OL pro prospect than DeCastro. If we pass on him it is going to be worse than passing on Randy Moss. Konz is a great consolation prize. #45. Bruce Irvin, OLB, West Virginia, 6'3", 245. I prefer DL and Jared Crick. But I think Irvin is the only real pass rushing freak in this draft and if he falls to us at 45 we're going to take him and bookend him with Ware on Passing downs. #81. LaMichael James, RB/KR/PR, Oregon, 5'8", 195. I like Phillip Tanner, but we need our 3rd RB to be a return guy. In the open field James is electric. This move could potentially be one of our biggest in this Draft simply by virtue of the field position he can provide. If we need him to be a feature back due to injury, he is tough enough to give us those games. If we need him to spell Felix as the transition back due to injury, he is versatile. #113. Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 5'10", 192. Point blank saying it, if we reach for him I am not going to gripe. This kid is the most suited slot WR in this draft and a perfect fit for our Offense. He has great hands and he moves the chains. #135. Brian Anger, P, California, 6'4", 208. I hate doing this, but with a non tradeable Compensatory pick I do not mind a dice roll. Anger is going to be a better Punter than McBriar one day. In fact he's probably going to be better than the kid in San Fran. It doesn't matter how deep you pin him, he will pin you back just as deep. Major League leg on this kid. The ball explodes off his foot. I hope McBriar comes back 100% and re-signs, but until he does, this guy is a solid alternative option. #152. Tank Carder, ILB, TCU, 6'3", 235. We need ILB depth and special teams attitude. Carder plays football like you stole something from him and it will make him a value to some team if nothing else to push the starters. A natural leader with outstanding motor. #186. Hebron Fangupo, NT, BYU, 6'1", 325. I think this kid is going to be the steal of this draft for some team. He is a mammoth in the middle who stuffs the run and never stops. He is flying way under the radar and shouldn't be. Put on the film and he jumps out at you. The pile moves, he's the bulldozer moving it. A RB hits a hole and stops dead in his tracks, chances are he ran right into this massive man. #222. Nick Foles, QB, Arizona, 6'5", 245. My homer pick keeps dropping but I honestly believe he can start in the NFL once groomed. He is accurate and he has a big arm. He is strong, and is hard to bring down. Mostly, he leads. Sam Garza watched every game he played this year. I believe he knows what he wants. UDFA's based upon CBS rankings that are beyond the 253rd pick. Donte Paige-Moss, OLB, North Carolina Nicholas Jean-Baptiste, NT, Baylor Brian Linthicum, TE, Michigan State ..and down will come baby, cradle and all.