2(51) Jairus Byrd CB Oregon 3(69) Jonathan Luigs C Arkansas 4a(97) Kraig Urbik G Wisconsin 4b(113) Lawrence Sidbury OLB Richmond 5a(148) Brandon Underwood S Cincinnati 5b(158) Sebastion Vollmer T Houston 6(184) Chris Baker NT Hampton 7a(193) Lee Robinson ILB Alcorn State 7b(210) Sammy Stroughter WR Oregon State same players available, I'd go: 2(51) Duke Robinson G Oklahoma 3(69) Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech 4a(97) Trevor Canfield G Cincinnati 4b(113) Mike Thomas WR Arizona 5a(148) Scott McKillop ILB Pitt 5b(158) Chris Clemons S Clemson 6(184) Hunter Cantwell QB Louisville 7a(193) Roy Miller NT Texas 7b(210) Bruce Johnson CB Miami Robinson(6-5/329 5.32 40 time) is a steal at 51. He immediately improves depth and would be groomed to be the starting left guard as early as 2010. "Macho" Harris(5-11/198 4.68 40 time) is also a steal in the 3rd. I would draft him to play the "Star" position the team talked about Orlando Scandrick playing. I know we already drafted a guard but at pick 97, I felt Canfield(6-5/307 5.30 40 time) was better than any available center or tackle. Thomas(5-8/195 4.30 40 time) helps the team as a punt returner and slot receiver. His selection also means the Stanback experiment may be coming to an end. McKillop(6-1/244 4.72 40 time) provides depth at ILB and should be ready to step in a few years when Keith Brooking retires. They always say you can't teach speed and Clemons(6-0/208 4.38 40 time) and Johnson(5-10/170 4.49 40 time) have that. They will both get a chance to contribute on Special Teams and reserve roles in the secondary. Cantwell(6-5/235 5.22 40 time) will have the benefit of backing up Romo and Kitna and could develop into a solid NFL quarterback down the road. The last time we took a Defensive Tackle from a major program in the 7th round it worked out just fine. Miller(6-1/310 4.98 40 time) should compete with journeymen Junior Siavii and Tim Anderson to back up Jay Ratliff.