1a. Antoine Cason CB Arizona- Like a coach on the field, which is exactly what our secondary needs. This guy has the size and speed to match up with anybody, and he isn't afraid to get physical either. 1b. Chris Johnson RB ECU- Lightning quick and very elusive out of the backfield, will compliment MBIII nicely. Can catch the ball out of the backfield and is also an electric return man. 2. Andre Caldwell WR Florida- Track star speed at a shade over 6' tall. He's got good hands and adds return ability as well. 3. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB Tennessee St- I hope he's still here by the time this pick rolls around. This guy is long and lean, but is a pure playmaker. 4. Red Bryant DT Texas A&M- Ferguson is aging and might be gone, Ratliff did a good job but IMO is undersized and better suited to playing DE. Tank did a good job, but I think he showed that his stamina is horrible and he isn't capable of being a full-time player. Bryant reminds me of Wade's NT in SD, Jamal Williams. He is a mammoth of a man that can't be moved, and will really clog the middle of the line. 5. John David Booty QB USC- He's not flashy, but he's a good game manager and he's very accurate. Perfect backup for Romo. 6. Fernando Velasco C/G Georgia- Massive man that will thrive under Houck. He can play either G or C, and has gained valuable experience in the SEC. 7. Jameel McClain LB/DE Syracuse- Transition should be smooth since he played both DE and LB in college. Projects as more of an ILB where he can play down-hill attacking the LOS, but he does have the ability to drop back into coverage.