Same drill as last year. Trade back into the 1st round and pick up an extra 3rd. Round 1- Aaron Donald DT Pitt- Fast twitch 3 tech to apply constant pressure on the QB up the middle Round 2- Shayne Skov LB Stanford- 1 of my favorite players in the draft. Smart and instinctive with the athletic ability to do everything you would need a LB to do. Day 1 starter at WLB with the ability to take over the middle if Lee were to get hurt again, Round 3- Michael Sam DE Mizzu- Going very underrated because of his height but has freakishly long arms and a stocky compact frame that makes him a perfect fit for 4-3 DE. Great burst and would be a handful for RT's Round 3- Terrence Brooks FS FSU- Undersized but he's a true CF'er at the FS position. Good feel for the position and is rarely out of position. I think he'd be a great compliment and even make Church better Round 4- Brandon Thomas OG/OT Clemson- Played LT for a very good Clemson team but might not have the feet to play tackle in the NFL. His feet will however translate very well to guard. Long arms and more than adequate strength. Wouldn't surprise me if he can play RT in the NFL either. Round 5- Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers- He's listed as a 5th round prospect but I have a seriously hard time believing this kid will last this long. 6'6 220 and really fluid athlete for a man that size. 19 career TD's and 19 yards per catch in only 26 starts at Rutgers. Keep an eye on this kid, he's gong to skyrocket up boards if he runs a good 40 time Round 7- Trey Millard FB Oklahoma- Can do a bit of everything. Hard to tackle and has good hands. Tore his acl in october but worth waiting on him if he has to start on the PUP Round 7- Jeff Matthews QB Cornell- Grab him here to stash on the practice squad. Has the size and arm strength to have a shot in the NFL.