I put this together without any trades (highly unlikely to happen) Tyron Smith-OT USC Benjamin Ijalaua G/potential Center--Villanova Eric Hagg-Safety and Nickel LB-Nebraska Jerrell Powe-NT, potential 3 technique in subpackages-Mississippi Rashad Carmichael-CB Virginia Tech Alex Green Hawaii-RB DeAndre Brown-WR Southern Miss 7b (Compensatory Pick) Nick Bellore ILB Central Michigan I believe that Jason Garrett will have some influence on this draft that may actual curb Jerry's enthusiasm to trade and move around. Yet, I could be wrong. I also think that teams will be hesitant to gamble with Free Agency happening AFTER the draft. My quick thoughts on my selections are as follows: Tyson Smith will most likely NOT be selected by Jerry, but he would be a good solid pick. Sometimes the obvious pick is the hardest pick for Jerry to pull the trigger on. He could potential start immediately on the right side of the line and then move to the left side the following year or just be a sound swing tackle the first year. Remember that Sam Young may come around and play some this year. Benjamin Ijalaua is intriguing to me. I think IF healthy he could replace Kosier in the next year. He reportedly has a very high football IQ. I think that with the lockout and Jason Garrett running the team that smart players will be at a premium. Eric Hagg can play LB, SS and FS. Rob Ryan will need flexible players to fit his scheme. Jerrell Powe is a space heater and if properly motivated could play on 1st and 2nd downs and short yardage/goal line packages. I don't want Ratliff to move to DE full time, but it would be nice to have the option of moving him around to create matchup problems. Rashad Carmichael Ballhawk, plays in positions, smart, potential slot cover man. Better in Zone, but with good coaching could good 3rd or 4th corner Alex Green would be a good pass catcher, short yardage runner, and learned out to read blitz packages. If Marion is let go, would be a good person to bring in for a look see DeAndre Brown is very tall and would be great on the goal line. Could be a undrafted FA. You can't create zize and he seems to use his size well. Hide him on a team for a year or so and he could be a steal Nick Bellore is big and tough, could be a player that with better coaching could be a player that plays in early downs and plays faster than his 40 times when it's game time. Needs to play on the inside with smart players around him to keep him out of chasing runners and getting himself out of position. Well have at it and let me know what you think.