I used NFLDS (CBS) rankings as a guideline. Trade down in the 1st, gain a 3rd and 6th . Trade 2nd for early 3rd and 4th. 1st: Aaron Donald DT Ideal 3-tech for Marinelli. 3rd-1: Marcus Smith DE Excellent quickness, with good height and arm length. 3rd-2: Billy Turner OG/OT or Brandon Thomas OG Both are strong, athletic players that with high upside. 3rd-3: Terrence Brooks FS (other options Kelcy Quarles DT, Martavis Bryant WR) 4th-1: Keith McGill CB/FS Big, fast CB with long arms and Safety size. 4th-2: Caraun Reid DT Playing at Princeton pushes him lower than his talent deserves. 5th: Isaiah Crowell RB Impressive RB with some exaggerated character issues. 6th: Aaron Lynch DE Mental makeup needs to be checked out, but physical ability is top notch. 7th: Calvin Barnett DT Very strong with good quickness and high motor. Nasty. 7th: L'Damian Washington WR Big and fast. 7th: Kadeem Edwards OG Strong and aggressive with decent quickness. Good arm length. UDFA: Trey Millard FB/HB Modern style athletic, taller FB. Excellent pass receiver. Dri Archer WR Small but super fast. Excellent returner. Ben Gardner DE High motor DL that seems to be in the backfield often. Jonathan Dowling FS Big FS. Jeff Matthews QB Tall, strong arm and intelligent. Trai Turner OG Solid college player at LSU. Good size, athleticism, and arm length. I probably need a LB in there somewhere. I'm not overwhelmed by any of the 4-3 LBs in this draft but I don't dislike many of them either. Zumwalt and Tripp are solid mid rounders. It would be great to have the luxury to take Tevin Smith and let him stay at 218 lbs and only play as the Nickel LB. A late round guy that looks better than his ranking is Avery Williamson. There are some guys that were pass rushers in college but might be too small for that in the NFL. It would be interesting to see some of them workout as a 4-3 type LB. A guy like Howard Jones is in that category.