This is based on NFLDraftScout.com prospect rankings, so some players I'd prefer are not available. 1 (27th) WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame Tate fills a need as a return man and also adds some deep speed to our receiver corps, most probably coming out of the slot. Although I like Patrick Crayton, having another speed threat should open up the field more for other players. 2 (59) OT Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts Although Ducasse isn't as polished as some of the players who will go before him, he has a tremendous upside and is only limited in his game by a lack of good technique. Probably won't be able to help this year, but might can step in at guard and become a long-term fixture. 3 (90) ILB Brandon Spikes, Florida Forget the 40 time, Spikes can play and will end up being a solid starting ILB in his career. This is the thumper Dallas would enjoy having as Bradie James' successor. 4 (125) NT Linval Joseph, East Carolina Torn on this one between Joseph and Torrell Troup. Joseph, though, seems to have more upside to be more than just a role player. He also has good height to potentially be used as a stuffer at end while keeping Jay Ratliff at his preferred spot at nose. (Could mix and match to find the best combination.) 6 (195) FB John Conner, Kentucky I'll admit to being a sucker for throwback fullbacks, the ones who block so well that everything else is gravy. I think Conner can be more than just a blocking back, but I'm fine if he just ended up being a hole-clearing hammer. If you can't add versatility to the position, then be great at the one thing you provide. 7 (234) OT J'Marcus Webb, West Texas A&M Another offensive lineman with a lot of upside. Webb has shown some promise that is worthy of a late-round pick.