The strategy is to fix the OL, and secondary first then work on the d-line. I believe we need another guard and a center. Getting this offense scoring 30+ points a game and keeping Romo healthy is priority #1. Next is to fix the secondary and although im hopeful i'm not sold on Brodney Pool. These two things alone have us competing for a SB. We also need a bigger body in the middle at NT as well. Im not opposed to taking Ta'mu in RD2 and G Brooks in the 4-5 if he grades out well or if they think Nate Livings is our man. We look at the strong side DE/OLB in the later rounds. #14) Cordy Glenn G/T Georgia 6'5" 345 Romo needs to stay healthy and we need to slow down the Giants pass rush. If Decastro is there we take him but I think he is gone by 11. Cordy Glenn has elite size, a massive man with an 85’’ wingspan and good speed. Glenn is a dominating run blocker, had some issues at LT against the elite pass rushers pass but can play G/RT. Glenn will be a wrecking machine on the inside. Cordy can also backup Free, In fact he may take Doug’s position at RT if Free does not man up this year. Buffalo is looking at Glenn at 10 and ARZ loves Decastro at 11. If that’s the case weshould go Safety or CB. Alternates: Mark Barron, StephonGilmore #45) Kevin Zeitler G/C, Wisconsin 6'5 315. Plays guard or moves to center and starts day 1. Zeitler is a very smart lineman who can play the zone blocking scheme and rarely makes a mistake. He doesn’t have a lot of upside because he plays like an pro now and is a very low risk pick. His combine workouts have been good and better than Konz. Recently he has been working with the centers. Alternate Picks: Harrison Smith S NotreDame, Alameda Ta’amu NT Wash #81) Markelle Martin S, Oklahoma State 6'1", 210. The best coverage safety in the draft. Big Hitter, smart, plays with passion and a great leader. Can play FS (a true ball hawking centerfielder) and SS in the box. He breaks a lot of passes up but rarely intercepts , none the less he’s a great value if we can land him in the third round.. Alternate picks Trumaine Johnson CB/FS , Montana, Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa state 113) Josh Norman CB, Coastal Carolina 6'2 195 Very athletic corner with flexible hips. Has great size and soft hands for the int’s. He has upside to fill out his frame. Excelled against the bigger competition at the east-west shrine game. Alternate Brandon Brooks G, Miami OH #133) Brandon Lindsey OLB, Pitt 6’2 260 Above average athlete who is explosive off the edge. A pass rushing specimen who has upside to fill out his frame. He plays extremely fast and with good coaching can improve his skill set and challenge Spencer for a job. Alternate pick: ILB Vontaze Burfict ( yes I would like to see him hit MichaelVick). #152) David Molk C, Michigan 6’2 300 Attempted to break the all-time benchpress record at the combine . He fell short but still came in first with 44 reps, Molk is a short armed but very strong and athletic center. He has a lightning quick first step and uses leverage and balance to outmaneuver the big guys, he’s ideal for a zone blocking scheme. He’s a natural puller instead of a mauler and might need the help of Cordy Glenn to put Wilfork on his as* in the Super Bowl. Can be a starter in Garrett's offense. Alternate: Mike Brewster C, Ohio State [/i] #186) Damon Harrison NT, William Penn 6'2", 350 big girthy nose with a “nose” for the football. Led William Penn in tackles and tackles for a loss in 2012. Can develop as a bull rusher, good snap awareness and can simply man handle opponents on contact. From a small school with high upside, for a NT he’s the best late round “Football Player” on the board beating out Baptiste, Kitchen and Fangupo. Alternate: Fangupo NT 222) George Bryan TE, NC State, 6'5, 267. Tall Thick tight end who is agood run blocker, stays low off the snap and explodes out of his stance. Good hands and can run the seam with a 4.8 40 time.. Alternate Kyle Fiedorowicz, NCC'