I was lucky enough to be around for some of the Steelers greatest drafts of all time in the 70's. What worked then in my opinion would still work now and that is to choose the best player available regardless of position. If there is a player that you absolutely love when you have ten picks, you can use some of them to go up and get him. Like Troy and Holmes. Otherwise, let the draft come to you and pick the best player on your board that is there when you pick. Teams that reach for a player at a certain position never seem to win in my opinion. Good players win football games. NE does it every year and works their team around their strengths. We should do the same.