This one will be more bare bones than my last draft, and based more on some stuff that I've seen from Broaddus and a better understanding of the defense now with Marinelli in charge, and the change in coordinator on offense. RD 1 - Aaron Donald, DT, Pitt - Jason Hatcher is gone in free agency. Tyrone Crawford is back to play some DT, but mostly DE. Spencer is back on a short-term deal due to injury. Donald can come right in and play either DT position and give us a considerable push in the middle of the line, even against double teams. Starting defensive line for 2014 is penciled in as: Ware, Donald, Hayden, and Crawford. RD 2 - Dion Bailey, SS, Southern Cal - J.J. Wilcox will make huge strides at FS this off-season, now playing and practicing with a less heavy heart after the passing of his mother (RIP). Jeff Heath is not ready for the NFL, and Matt Johnson simply can't stay on the field. Barry Church sticks in his role as a good to great nickel safety and special teams gunner along with Danny McCray (aka the New Keith Davis). Dion Bailey comes in with 222 career tackles at USC and 11 interceptions. He played in the box almost all of 2013 as a nickel linebacker, seeing lots of action around the line of scrimmage. He can cover like a free safety, and hits like a truck. He starts at SS next to Wilcox. RD 3 - Jimmy Garappolo, QB, Eastern Illinois - Romo's heir apparent. Quick release, great attitude, leadership qualities, and charisma. Jimmy Garappolo comes in as an insurance policy, but also as Romo's backup and eventual replacement. Can run if he needs to, but is better throwing from the pocket. With Romo's health potentially cutting his career shorter than his current contract extension, bringing in a guy every year or every other year to compete in camp for the backup spot and eventual starting spot is more important than we may think. RD 4 - Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas - my sleeper pet cat of the draft, simply because of his name. Another RKG who almost plays too hard and gets himself hurt, Jackson Jeffcoat can come in and immediately provide situational pass rush ability. Similar to one of my old favorites in Victor Butler, Jeffcoat won't be asked to do anything out of the ordinary except rush off the edge and tackle the QB. Potential 4-8 sack a year guy in situational pass rush scenarios, and eventual solid rotational player if Spencer and Ware don't stick around after this year. Has potential to start, as well, but could be a few years away. RD 5 - De'Anthony Thomas, RB/WR/KR/PR/UTIL, Oregon - he's slipping in a lot of mocks, which is strange. Still, as Dwayne Harris approaches extension time, and with very limited use on offense, DT can come in take his spot as the do-everything guy on the team. He's small, so he won't break too many tackles, but once he gets a seam or a hole you can forget about it, and it's 6 points. Could contribute on offense too - just throw screen passes to him. RD 7.1 - James Morris, OLB, Iowa - Look at this 2013 stat line: 107 tackles with 18 tackles for a loss, eight sacks, three passes broken up, four interceptions and two forced fumbles. With Bruce Carter entering 2014 as a question mark, and some confusion over the roles of Kyle Wilber and DeVonte Holloman at the OLB position, it can't hurt to bring someone in who might need more NFL strength, but can definitely contribute as a backup. RD 7.2 - Mason Walters, OG, Texas - a strong run blocker who struggled against speed rushers, Walters was an honorable mention for All-Big XII this year. He can come in and provide potential good swing guard backup duty, particularly in our zone blocking scheme which negates speed rushers somewhat against the run and the pass. RD 7.3 - Chris Davis, CB, Auburn - another kick return potential guy, Dallas chooses to bring in another CB to push BW Webb and Sterling Moore. Likely a practice squad stash, Davis is a good athlete with a good attitude from a good program with a good coach. Thoughts? Tear it up at will, folks!