If we stay at 14, I really think it is down to these two (Cox will be long gone- I am seeing mocks that have him going as high as #6). The debate between Barron and Decastro is fascinating. The arguments seem to be as follows: 1. There is the Hos school of thought that says you take Decastro. The theory being that if you can dominate on one side of the ball you can mask problems on the other side. Adding Decastro to Tyron gives you two young studs that will be dominant for a decade. You help keep Romo healthy in his final years and hopefully improve your run game inside the 20. Dude is about as safe a pick as you can have. 2. The other side argues that our offense was plenty good last year as it was and left the field with the lead on numerous occasions only to see our defense (particularly our secondary) cough it up (see the first gints game). Given that our safety position has been a wasteland for going on 10 years, Barron should be the pick. He comes from Saban, is a captain on the field and would start from day 1. Along with Carr, it turns our secondary from a weakness to a strength in one offseason. There you have it. If you pick at 14, who do you take?