Okay the title is purely a joke, but if Fiammetta gets injured again I am going to really start becoming a FB pimp. It is clear to me we are a far better team with that guy. To all who for years have told me the FB position is dead I say, :moon: Okay, in the first round if we can trade up for David DeCastro I am absolutely going to do it if I am Jason Garrett. If you think Fiammetta makes a difference, plug that cat in next to Tyron Smith on either side and watch the wins tick off. Interior OL is vital to me this year. In this mock though I am standing pat to take him. I will adjust that as it becomes apparent we will have to. For right now he is rated around 17th by a couple of Draft publications, and that is where we pick as of right now. 1st round...David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 6'5", 315. IMO the missing piece of a Championship, dominant Offense. On a pull or a sweep he is the most dominant OG I have seen since Larry Allen. He just blows people up. 2nd round...Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina, 6'1", 193. Gotta fix the secondary. I think he plays more like a FS than a CB because he covers ground like a center fielder. He knows how to come to the football. A semi-prediction for our 2nd round pick if we keep it...don't be shocked if we go for Nick Foles of Arizona. He has been scouted by Dallas quite a bit and has risen on draft boards. 3rd round...Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia, 5"10", 183. This pick has a threefold purpose. One, it allows Gilmore to possibly be groomed as a FS. Two, it gives us more DB depth. Three, and perhaps most important of all for me, this kid is a top return specialist. I feel we need that big time. I do not like our Kick Returns in particular. 4th round...Michael Brewster, C, Ohio State, 6'4", 305. Did I say interior OL needed help? If not, it does. If I did, it does. Our OGs are all either aging or unproven. Our Center, may or may not turn out to be our long term guy. I have no loyalty. if we can improve, do it. This kid is a potential starter making him a good value. 5th round...Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU, 6'4", 305. We need OT depth. Reynolds is a RT at the NFL Level. Moving Parnell to LT. Solid, hard worker. 6th round...Rhett Ellison, TE, USC, 6'5", 250. I definitely think we will draft a TE. Blame it on Phillips or Bennett, or whatever reason, but it is a good prospect who is hard to pass up at this spot. 6th round Comp pick...Juron Criner, WR, Arizona, 6'4", 215. I continue to be amazed at how low he is ranked. All he does is come to play every game. Someone will steal this kid. 7th round...Case Keenum, QB, Houston, 6'1", 210. "He's too small to play at this level." He's smart enough to help a team. Don't sleep on this kid as a late round player to develop.