Asumptions (Keeping it simple): Sign Michael Huff Cut Columbo Resign Bowen 1. Prince Amukamara // CB // Nebraska I know it's not a sexy pick, I want Peterson as bad as anyone but he's almost guaranteed to be the first CB off the board. Of course this draft doesn't include trades either. Alternate: Von Miller // OLB // A&M - Can't help it, I like the guy and I think he gets a lot of flack based on being 10 pounds under just like Peterson gets a lot of flack for being 10 pounds over. 2. Mike Pouncey // OG // Florida His stock supposedly dropped because he doesn't have the Shotgun snap down, luckily for him, he would be a second string Shotgun Snap Bungler on this team, Gurode has that covered. Alternate: Martez Wilson // ILB // Illinois - Bradie is a Free Agent in 2012 and will be 31 years old at that point. Martez is ready to go Day 1. 3. Phil Taylor // NT // Baylor I've been a proponent of moving Ratliff to DE for some time and with the way things stand, this seems more a possibility than ever before. Taylor is a mountain of a man with a tendency to wear down as the game goes along, we will be able to rotate him with Brent and even Ratliff on passing downs to keep him fresh. Alternate: Benjamin Ijalana // OG // Villanova - Another pro ready prospect for the offensive line, can play either Tackle or Guard. 4. Kenrick Ellis // DE // Hampton Yes I still want Ellis, I think he'd be a monster of an end for us opposite Ratliff, preferably playing on the strong side, next to Ware, to give people more to think about. Alternate: Jerrell Powe // NT // Mississippi - I'm actually not the biggest Powe fan, but if we miss out on Taylor, Powe is a good alternative. Guy's like John Moffitt or safeties Deunta Williams/Robert Sands are also an option here. 5. Marcus Gilbert // OT // Florida Could creep up higher as draft day gets around but he's got prototypical RT size at 6'6" 330. Will struggle with speed, which is probably one of only a few reasons he'd be available in the 5th but I think he'll be a decent pro. Alternative: Cecil Shorts III // WR // Mount Union If we shake Roy in the near future, then we are suddenly back in a position where we have Miles and Dez and then not a heck of a lot behind them. 6. Mike Mohamed // ILB // California Experienced playing in a 3-4 in college so he's ahead of the curve in that regard. He's got the size but lacks in technique and needs to add some strength. You read some bad things about him, but the production has been there. Alternate: Lots. 7. Mark LeGree // SS // Appalachian St. I might be out of my mind here but I think LeGree could make an excellent SS for us if not a FS. The difference between the two positions has lessened more and more over time, and LeGree plays with an attitude befitting a SS. Plus when was the last time we had a playmaking SS? Alternate: None. Do it!