Ok now I do not know how realistic this is, since some of these players seem to be soaring up the board. So here it goes.......With one of our 5ths, we traded down a few spots and added a 6th 2 - CB/S Sean Smith Utah - 6'3 215 I really hope he is still there when we draft. I have seen him in the first on a few mocks. I think he can be our future FS.....we just need him to fall to us at 52. 3 - OLB Clay Matthews USC - 6'3 240 I am not a huge fan of Trojan LBs. However, this kid can play. He is a 3rd generation NFLer. I know his dad and uncle are in the HOF, not sure if his grandfather is. However, those are some darn good genetics. 4 - SS Jonathan Casillas Wisconsin - 6'2 225 Silver Bear has warmed me up to this pick. He keeps comparing him to Darren Woodson. I have read up on the guy and he is fast, hits, and tackles. He has to be better than any SS we currently have on the team. 4 - DE Roy Miller Texas - 6'1 300 He played DT in college, and could even play it for the Cowboys. However, I move him to DE opposite Ratliff. I think he would wreak havoc on the end. He would open things up for our OLBs to rush the passer. 5 - CB Joe Burnett UCF - 5'11 185 I am not sure if he lasts till the 5th round, but I hope so. He is a ballhawking CB. We need playmakers in the secondary and he is definitely one. 5 - ILB Jasper Brinkley USC - 6'2 270 I am hoping he drops this far. I am not a big fan of his, but the kid can ball. He is a tackling machine, something the interior of our defense is sorely lacking. 5 - WR Jarrett Dillard Rice - 5'11 185 He is a touchdown machine. He is fast, quick, acrobatic, and will go after any ball....usually coming down with it, especially in the end zone. I want Quan Cosby, but Dillard is 3 years younger. I want Deon Butler, but Dillard is a proven commodity. 6 - DT Sammie Lee Hill Stillman - 6'3 330 He may go higher, but I am hoping that the small school thing holds him back. I think he is going to be a steal. He is a high character guy and plays like a beast. 6 - OLB Lawrence Sidbury Richmond - 6'4 265 You want smart.....this guy is one of the smartest guys in the draft. While at Richmond, he designed a computer program that his team used to calculate opponent defensive tendencies. The kid can get to the QB too. 6 - QB Mike Reilly Central Washington - 6'3 215 I have been on his bandwagon for a very long time. Since Colt is going back to UT, Reilly is my guy. 7 - OT Ryan Delrosal Dixie St. - 6'5 313 Big, athletic, agile....and can play both Tackle positions 7 - OG George Bussey Louisville - 6'2 306 Plays with a mean streak. A very good run blocker. Can get out and pull. Played OT in college, but most likely will be an OG in the NFL. His versatility is an asset. 7 - OL Dallas Reynolds BYU - 6'5 330 Can play all 5 OL positions. This type of versatility is valuable from your backups.