Here is mine. I think you draft for 2 - 3 yrs out. You don't take the best fit today, but you attempt to project which player will be a better fit in 2,3 years. With that, I've revised my thoughts. In round 1, I would take Lawson, Wimbley or Carp in that order. I think Manny will be able to make the transition. My one caveat is this, is Lawson willing to gain the weight. If not, I would then rule him out. I'm not an insider, so I have no way off knowing. I do think Carp would be a good fit for today, but three years into this thing, I think Lawson has a chance of being "Dominant". If he can gain the weight, he can lose two steps and still run a 4.5 which is plenty fast. In the 2nd round, I would go Ko Simpson. I've seen him play and his upside is tremendous. He is a ballhawk if I've ever seen one. 3 years from now, I can see him being one of the best pure FS in the game. In the 3rd, if Jon Scott is there, I take him. He reminds me a lot of Flo. I think he is quick enough to play the side vs the speed rushers. I'm not sure he will ever be a road grader, but more teams are going with the smaller (Jevon Kearse) DE and not many teams have a Reggie White or Bruce Smith type end. I've :flipflop: more than John Carey, but I can admit it. You don't build through the draft for this season. Manny doesn't have to start this year. Al S is good enough to play the run and you can bring Manny in on 3rd down and all special teams. Ko can learn behind Marcus Coleman who is a big saftey/Corner. You don't want to look back three years from now and say, I passed on that guy b/c I couldn't project him to appropriately. You shouldn't in my opinion, draft for today if your plans intell building for tomorrow. You take who you think will be the best guy three years out. If Ware can learn, so can Manny. You take your lumps this year, but you know a brighter day is coming. I think Parcels has this luxury. If you are a coach on the hot sit, you can't build for tomorrow. I've always thought, that if you have a coach who knows he has to win this year, don't let him run the draft. He is not thinking about winning tomorrow, he's thinking about 'feeding his family' (not literally). Just my philosophy, what's yours. I'd be very interested to discuss.