Trade back to somewhere between 24-30 for an extra 3rd round pick. Round 1- Sharrif Floyd DT Florida- Quick and athletic DT who can shoot gaps and get penetration from the middle of the line. Would be the play making DT we've lacked since Ratliff was last healthy. Round 2- Dallas Thomas OG/OT Tennessee - Somewhat of a tweener but I think he can have a successful NFL career as OG who can play RT if needed. Polished played with a ton of starts in the SEC all over the line. Immediate starter in my opinion. Round 3- DJ Swearinger FS South Carolina- Athletic CF type of FS that can cover the slot when asked. May not be the flashiest safety in the draft, but is steady and reliable in coverage and knows how to wrap up. Could possibly challenge Sensabaugh right away. Round 3- Denard Robinson ATH Michigan- Ok we all know Jerry couldn't really go 4 straight picks without taking a skill position player. And with Robinson you get a guy who can play all of the skill positions. Could be used as a RB out of the shot gun, line up in the slot, plus return kicks and punts. Dynamic athlete who is a threat to score anytime he gets his hands on the ball. Round 4- William Gholston DE Michigan State- Big and athletic. Perfect to play the strong side in the 4-3. Can set the edge and hold up well against the run at 280 lbs and also quick enough to beat RT's 1 on 1. Round 5- Braxton Cave C Notre Dame- Big, strong, smart, and experienced. Nothing spectacular or flashy but knows how to do his job well enough. Steps into the mix and competes for the starting spot at C right away. Round 6- Michael Ford RB LSU- This kid kind of got lost in the shuffle of the ridiculous amount of talent LSU had in the backfield this year. Just 392 yards on 71 carries (5.5 average) and 3 TD's. Good size at 5'10 215 and enough speed and quickness to have success in the NFL. Also returns kicks.