I think Colbert and company blew it this year. This is how I would have drafted given hindsight. You can only pick players picked after the actual pick. 1 (20) - Tyler Linderbaum (C). Kendrick Green showed he wasn't the answer at center last season. He got blown into the backfield with regularity. I think he can still be a serviceable guard but Linderbaum will turn into a 10 year starter and perennial Pro Bowler at center. 2 (52) - Travis Jones (DT). This kid is a pure NT and the best one in the draft. He could be our next Casey Hampton. Alualu is 36 years old and we don't have any run stuffing NT on the roster. 3 (84) - Malik Willis (QB). I think he has the most upside of any QB in the draft and he has value in round 3. Given we have Trubisky who can bridge for a year or two we can let Willis learn and develop. 4 (138) - Khalil Shakir (WR) - coachable, tough, hard worker. He would have been the closest thing to Hines Ward since 86 hung it up. 6 (208) - Picking a current player's brother to play a position we don't even use and are currently paying another player's brother NOT to play is asinine. Nepotism in its purest form. I take CB Derion Kendrick from Georgia. We badly need CB depth. 7 (225) - Thayer Munford (OT) Ohio State - we always needs OT depth and Munford is a huge body who started 4 years at Ohio State. 7 (241) - Andre Anthony (DE) LSU - Can always use pass rush depth to bolster TJ. Anthony has good size and super long arms. Played in the tough SEC. Definitely worth a 7th round flyer.