The Cardinals flirt with taking a QB at #7, but pass because the value isn't right. But it just so happens that their guy is still on the board at #18 and swiftly make the offer of #38, #69, #166 + a 2nd next year for our #18 pick and Jerry promptly accepts. Now the mock.... #38- Sylvester Williams DT UNC- Guy is a flat out beast, if it wasn't for his age he'd be going much higher in this draft. Instant starter who we will routinely see in the backfield. Type of guy that will demand double teams and make the whole front 7 better. #47- Dallas Thomas OG Tennessee- A lot to like about Dallas Thomas as a OG in the ZBS. He's big and strong enough to handle pretty much any d-lineman but has the feet to pull well and get to the 2nd level. Day 1 starter at LG for us. #69- DJ Swearinger S South Carolina- Play making safety that we lack. Also plays with an attitude and nastiness that our D has lacked for a long time. A feared hard hitter who isn't a liability in coverage which is rare. #80- Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford- Hard nosed tough runner who rarely goes down on 1st contact. A rock who will be good in short yardage situations and running between the tackles. A straight 50-50 split between Taylor and Murray and we would have 1 of the better running games in the league. #111- Gerald Hodges LB PSU- Navarro Bowan 2.0. Seriously, watch the tape. Hoges is an absolute beast, tackles everything around him with force. More than enough athleticism to read and react to running plays and not be a liability in coverage. Wins the starting job as our #3 LB from day 1. #144- Conner Vernon WR Duke- ACC all time leader in receptions. Quick shifty athlete who knows how to get open and find space in the D. Great hands to catch balls most balls thrown to him. A bit limited with top end speed but a perfect fit for slot reciever. #166- Quanterus Smith DE Western Kentucky- Dominant small school prospect who tore his ACL this year. Will probably need a "red shirt" year to heal up and add some good NFL weight, but there is a lot of potential here. Could be very well be worth the wait. #175- Matt Stankiewitch C PSU- 26 straight starts at C earning 1st team all conference honors last year in the Big 10. Smart kid with enough size to compete in the NFL. Provides depth and competition at the C position.