With the way FA has gone so far, the outrageous prices players are getting, and our current holes this is a draft I think would be beneficial for our team now and in the future. 1. Justin Blalock OG/T Texas- With the price of OL this offseason, I think this is a much needed pick. I'd look for a trade down first, but I really don't see one happening. Blalock really helped himself putting up 40 reps at the combine and running a 5.10 40-yard dash. He brings a nasty demeanor along with some good versatility. 2. Marcus McCauley CB Fresno St.- I think that Henry stays put and we add a vetern FS through free agency, but Glenn is aging and neither Reeves or Jones appear ready to step up. McCauley is a bit raw and had a down senior season, but he's got all the physical tools you look for. Could develop into a solid nickel corner, if not an eventual starter. 3. Brian Robinson DE/LB Texas- It appears that Wade is looking for another hybrid to add into the mix and I think this is our guy. His combine times were similar to Ware's from a year ago, plus he's got previous experience as a LB in college. Wade talked to him about playing both inside and outside, and his special teams play will be valued early on. 4. Kyle Young OL Fresno St.- Another big OL with great versatility. He had some problems in his senior season, and wasn't invited to the combine but I think a good pro day and good interviews might sneak him back into day 1. He should be a decent value here. 5. Justin Medlock K UCLA- We haven't heard anything about Grammatica yet, and I wonder if we're going to bring him back or not. Medlock has a strong, accurate leg that should provide some consistency that we've lacked since 2004. 6a. Ola Dagunduro DT Nebraska- Big man that can move. He's good at taking up blockers in the middle, but can provide a decent pass rush of his own. Should provide some depth behind Ferguson. 6b. Yamon Figurs WR/KR Kansas St.- A bit on the frail side, but his speed will be a welcomed addition in the return game and he might develop into a decent WR. 7a. LeRon McClain FB Alabama- Versatile FB that is a good lead blocker, but is also a threat as a receiver. Should give Polite a good run for his money and might beat him out. 7b. Ameer Ismail OLB Western Michigan- 45.5TFL and 25 sacks over the last 2 years wasn't enough to get him invited to the combine. He's slightly undersized for the 3-4, but if he can bulk up he could be a decent sleeper. At this point he's a PS project though. 7c. Toby Korrodi QB Central Missouri- Had the strongest arm at the combine. Isn't very mobile, but he demonstrated good accuracy in college and should be a decent PS candidate to develop into a backup.