Last year we knew we needed a 3/4 DE and a pass rshing 3/4 LB. We pretty much knew that we should take Merriman or Ware and knew that we needed Spears too. I think that the picks were pretty obvious as those players were available when our turn came up. We needed a WR more last year IMO than we do this year. Mark Clayton, who I believe was a better WR than any in this years class was available and we did not take him. RT was still a big ? last year and we did not take a T with the first 3 picks. So, that leads us to this year: - The WR's may very well be there at 18 but I think we will definately not go that direction. - T is in better shape with Fabini than last year IMO (except for the status of Flozell) Not a lot better but a bit. S- is still the same need as last year - we had just signed Henry and Glenn for DB's and had to believe that the strength in CB play would greatly benefit the FS position OLB - We have 3 positions set, Burnett is the big ? as to when he would be able to come back full strength. I would believe that if BP truly believes that Burnett can play inside and outside he could be a guy who rest all the other LB's in a rotation scheme to keep players fresh. You need that in a 3/4 with the LB's taking on G's all day long - It would seem depth at that position is crucial. NT - I just don't see us going in that direction. BP raved about Johnson last year - seriously raved as to wondering what he had done to be so fortunate in finding him. BP very well may believe he is set at that position for the next few years. G- definite need IMO - not sold on Kosier or Peterman or Rivera. So, after that list, I think we will take OLB or FS ( or a CB who can play FS or move one of our CB to FS) in the first, T/OLB in the second and G/FS in the third.