First of all, I think we trade up. I think we'll move up with our 2nd or 3rd rounder. For this mock, I'll assume we move up with our 2nd. Our 2nd, our 4th, our 5th, and Tennessee's 5th to get in the top ten of the 2nd round. I'm also going to assume we get a 5th for Reeves and a 6th for Jones. 2nd Round: Louis Delmas, FS Western Michigan 5'10 195 -Louis Delmas or Rashad Johnson are the way to go. I still like William Moore, but I think we need a real free safety if we can get one. I think Sean Smith goes in the top 25 picks. 3rd round (Cleveland): Herman Johnson, G LSU 6'7 390 -Jerry is infatuated with linemen like Herm. I have mixed ideas on how he'll do, but he'd be a decent value here. 4th round (Detroit): Scott McKillop, ILB Pittsburgh 6'1 240 -Just what we need at ILB. Better lateral movement than James, but built to stop the run. 5th round (Comp): DeAndre Levy, LB Wisconsin 6'3 235 -DeAndre is a little light and isn't a 3-4 LB on paper, but his game translates well into a Wade rotational LB. He has extensive experience as a passrush specialist and makes plays. 6th round (Miami): Rudy Carpenter, QB Arizona State 6'2 220 -I don't know why he isn't projected to go higher, but he's a Tim Hasselbeck sort of prospect who would be a good project behind Romo. 6th round (Comp): CJ Spillman, SS Marshall 6'0 195 -Great run stopper for the Herd, he'd definitely kick Brown off the roster and be a good special teams player. 7th round (Detroit): Chase Daniel, QB Missourri 6'0 200 -Pretty bad prospect measurables-wise, but you have to give guys with his smarts and accuracy a chance. 7th round (Dallas): Eric Vandenheuvel, RT Wisconsin 6'6 330 -A heavy footed guy, but like most Wisconsin linemen, he's technically sound, tough and smart. ------------------------- I know the no DT pick won't be popular, but I don't think Jerry and Wade see it as as big of a need as this board does. Free agency is where they shoot for this, I think.