Round 1: Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State Just like I was 100% in on DeCastro last year, I'm 100% in on Warmack or Cooper in the first. That being said, I get the feeling we are leaning towards DL. Hankins would play next to Ware, and his job is to facilitiate playmaking, not necessarily to make them himself. Round 2: Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC Might as well keep a good thing going and nab another DL. In the Tampa, Hankins would be the 1 technique, while Williams played the 3 technique as made famous by Warren Sapp. Ratliff probably isn't going anywhere this year, so Williams probably rotates. Round 3: Khaled Holmes, OC, USC With the offensive line taking more zone principals, it makes sense to bring Holmes in, as that's what they run at USC. I'm not interested in gambling that Costa will stay healthy the whole year. Round 4: Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky Warford is a mammoth OG that excels at run blocking. This is a very deep class for guard, so I'm pretty confident that unless the team goes off the reservation again and outsmarts themselves (Think Marten, Brewster, Leary, Arkin, etc.) they should be able to come out with a good one as long as they pounce in the first 4 rounds. Round 5: Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse There's a good chance Nassib ends up in Buffalo, given that Doug Marrone (who just took the HC job there) led the program at Syracuse but I'd love to see him come in and get groomed behind Romo. Smart, well coached kid with a live arm. Round 6: Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon Mellette is 6'4" 220 and has been extremely productive (24 TD's in the last 2 years). Definitely needs some work on his route running, but I'm looking forward to watching him against better competition as he earned the first ever ----- I know we have other holes, like safety, but I don't think they'll do anything there in FA or the draft this year. Sensy is still in the early stages of his contract, they just paid Church and they haven't seen Matt Johnson. Might be a year of evaluation on that front. Obviously, my focus here is the trenches. I'm praying to the football gods that Jerry finally sees the light and understands that games are won with the trench players, not just the guys that sell merch.