For a few reasons I think it is a strong possibility that we will draft a 3-4 DE in the first round - We know an interest is there. Liked J.J Watt a lot last year, and in the absence of Tyron I assume we would have picked him - No real difference makers in Hatcher/Spears/Coleman on the roster - Adding a top player here helps our front seven create pressure, and in turn helps the secondary - Doubts about this 3-4 OLB/Passrusher class So, all in all I think 3-4 DE value might meet a need here Looking at the possibilities (include Poe if we assume they might put Ratcliff at DE) 1. Dontari Poe Memphis 6-3½ 346 4.98 2. Michael Brockers L.S.U. 6-5 322 5.36 3. Fletcher Cox Mississippi St. 6-4 298 4.79 4. Devon Still Penn St. 6-4⅞ 303 5.08 Who would you pick and why? I have you-tubed all of these, (living abroad, not easy to see too many of these in action, so you'll have to forgive me that) and I think I might pick Cox myself "*Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State, 6-4, 298, 1...Cox is naturally big, plays bigger and is expected to grow even more in size and ability. A third-year junior, Cox was the only player from Mississippi State to be named All-SEC first team after he collected 56 tackles and five sacks last season. He works hard from kickoff until the final whistle, setting a pace for teammates and wearing down opponents. He showed very good explosion in combine testing. The light-footed Cox played both defense end and defensive tackle and his versatility will be an asset in the NFL, where scouts think he is similar to San Diego's Corey Liuget, an 18th overall pick out of Illinois last year. Cox was one of five Bulldogs suspended for the 2011 opener against Memphis for breaking team rules, but he returned to the field with vengeance and earned praise from his coaches. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange" Looking at the section in bold, I think I prefer that to the supposed so so effort from Poe and the youth of Brockers Might I be on the right lines?