this is what i found from deljzc ( i think anybody remember him from the old board ) : I'm not going to get into the late round players yet but let's start discussing reasonable targets for us by round. Round 1 (pick #15): Assuming Barr, Mack and Watkins are gone out of my 1B group (Clowney, Matthews and Robinson are sure to be gone), that leaves Taylor Lewan, C.J. Mosley and Louis Nix as "1B" talents I would hope could fall to us at pick #15. To me, those are the surest fits for our team and have the least amount of bust potential and all could get on the field very quickly. A middle of the run selection would be Clinton-Dix, who I have as a 1C talent but could fit very quickly into what we need. Worst case (although not necessarily bad) would be a Cornerback (Dennard or Gilbert), a slight reach on the high ceiling Roby or the receiver Marquis Lee. Lots of risk to me with these selections and you cross your fingers Colbert/Tomlin get it right. Round 2 (pick #46) My ideal "fall" would probably be Bradley Roby, CB from OSU. Maybe he runs a 4.5. Maybe there are some off-field issues. Whatever happens, if Roby is available and I didn't take a cornerback in round 1, he's my top choice. Another target I'd like to see available would be Austin Seferian-Jenkins, the big TE out of Washington. He's be an interested asset and replacment to Matt Spaeth as he grows into the system here. Unfortunately, I don't see a lot of value in the round 2 receiver group right now (not if those that are suppose to get drafted go). I think Allen Robinson and Jordan Matthews are on the radar, but don't think they would excite me. There's some risk with Robinson and some patience will be required by the coaches. Mathews might be a little maxed out but I could see his use opposite Antonio Brown here. I think Calvin Pryor would be very good value, but suspect he will be taken. I would stay away from Deone Buchanon this early in the draft and don't think a strong safety is really what we need anyway. There is a pretty big group of pass rushing OLB prospect that should be in play, but not sure I'd push that position this early in the draft. Players like Marcus Smith, Trent Murphy, Trevor Reilly, Vic Beasley, Atteochu, Jethcoat, Van Noy. I guess I feel if there are that many available, maybe wait and see who falls out of the group. A lot depends on what we do with Worilds. If we lose Worilds, taking the best/highest rates of this group might not be a bad thing. There are the tier-2 cornerback group: Fuller, Purifoy and Roberson. They would be okay (like the WR's). I would worry about Mitchell and Verrett but I think we'll stay away from both because they are poor tacklers. Round 3 (pick #97) We are right on the fringe of top-100 and you hope someone unexpected falls. At safety, I like both Jimmie Ward and Terrence Brooks at this spot and both could be available. At receiver, I would target Martavis Bryant and his upside or Bruce Ellington and his versatility. At cornerback, I would target Jean Baptist Stanley as a project bigger corner that could be a real matchup weapon for us as needed. At inside linebacker, I would consider guys like Shayne Skov, Yawin Smallwood and Christian Kelsey. I think I like Smallwood for our system the best as a potential pair with Timmons. At OT, only Morgan Moses appeals to me as a potential LT type. I think James, Richardson and Henderson are decent RT prospects and much like what we have on the roster. At Tight End, I see some value in CJ Fiedorowicz but expect Niklas to be off the board. There would be some value at OLB if one of the guys listed above falls. With that thinking in line, I have some comments. 1. I know people are against Nix in round 1, but if we need D-line help (Hood and Keisel gone), where are we going to get it? Unless you force Hageman at pick #15 or Tuitt at pick #46, what else are real options? I think you would be reaching with any other D-line prospect, including those at pick #97. Maybe I can buy DeQuan Jones then, but most of the 3rd round graded guys aren't really ideal 3-4 D-line prospects. I agree there are some interesting late round (4th round on) guys, but can we bank on them to replace a LOT of snaps from Hood and Keisel?