The problem with the logic in this thread is, the safeties in this class don't have nearly the upside and potential that Earl Thomas showed. Dix can't cover to save his life. He lacks lateral quickness and change of direction skill-which means he is not going to be great at closing distance. He doesn't have great instincts with the ball in the air and was quite often a step late in college. He is a downhill safety who should be playing in a zone scheme close to the LOS so he can read and react. He would be most useful on a team using a lot of cover-3 and cover-1 looks so he can stay near the LOS. He is much closer to a Chancellor skill set, than Earl Thomas. Pryor is a little more rangy, but still not nearly as instinctual as Earl Thomas. He may be able to come in and help this defense right away, but not nearly as impactful as another legit pass rusher. If Pryor somehow slipped to the second, I might be willing to trade up to get him, but probably not. This team needs to much to move up for any one player.