Here is my mock/wishlist so far. It is a little outside the box, but I hope to get some good discussion/feedback from you guys. 1) Melvin Ingram, NT/DE/OLB, South Carolina, 62 275 lbs Hear me out, hear me out. This years class of true, big, nasty NTs sucks. So why not go outside the box? Ingram has been tearing up college football this year- 26 tackles (7.5 TFL), 5.5 sacks, 2 picks, 1 FR and 3(!) Tds. He is sudden, determined, and strong. And do you know who he reminds me of? Jay Ratliff. Ratliff also played end in the SEC, and they have a similar size as well- Ratliff was 64 284 lbs at the combine. Ingram has the frame to add another 20 or so pounds and not lose any agility or quickness. 2) Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 511 185 lbs Like the rest of my fellow mockers, I see the Texans grabbing a WR in the second. And you know what- we really can not go wrong with any of them. They all bring something different to the table. And what Broyles brings to the table is productivity. The guy just makes catches and scores touchdowns. Broyles shows great body control, can return punts, and is a willing blocker. 3)Senio Kelemete, OG, Washington, 63 305 lbs Kelemete began his career as a DT, and only made the switch to offense a couple years ago. In that time, he has been named a team captain and made the All Pac 12 honorable mention team, as well as earning the team Offensive Weightlifting award in 2010. Kelemete, while still learning the intricacies of playing on offense, has shown the athleticism to be a starter in the NFL. 4) Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt, 511 188 lbs Hayward has been a real revelation this year for Vanderbilt. 4 picks in as many games, and is also a willing tackler. 5) Philip Blake, OC, Baylor, 62 320 lbs This dude is a big, strong man. He shows good mobility for his size, and should prove to be a capable starter down the line. 6) Winston Guy, SS/FS, Kentucky, 61 216 lbs Guy is another player that just makes plays (notice a pattern?). He hits, covers and leads his defense. He also brings versatility to the team, playing at some point in his career both safety spots, OLB, and CB. 7) JK Schaffer, ILB, Cincy, 61 230 lbs While he certainly does need to add another 10-15 pounds, Schaffer is another one of those players that flat out produce and make big plays when they are needed- both at/behind the line of scrimmage, and in coverage. Schaffer is a perfect fit for a fast, aggressive defense.