I get the impression that I'm in the minority here, but I view one of our major needs as Center. I think we saw a lot of problems last year once McKinney went down. Even though he should return, who knows whether he'll still be effective, and he's clearly not a long-term solution for us. Our other options at Center are unproven at best (though I know some people have high hopes for them). From what I can tell, the two top centers in this draft, Pollak and Justice, would both be good fits for us. It looks like Pollak is probably a mid (maybe early) 2nd round pick, and Justice is a late 2nd round pick (though I have seen mocks that had him slip to the third, just a few picks before us). Pollak has risen a bit, but Justice seems to have slipped a lot - I saw several people who had him almost in the first round early on. I'm not really sure why Justice has been slipping, but everything I've read seems to indicate he'd be a great fit in a ZBS. I think both of these guys could go on to become long-term anchors in the OL wherever they go. What do others think about taking one of these guys, if the opportunity presents itself? For example, say we traded down and picked up a 2nd, or say we got a mid-2nd via a player trade? Personally, I'd take either of them before anyone else expected to be around those ranges, with the possible exception of Collins. For that matter, I'd be willing to trade up from the third (e.g. by giving up as much as next year's third round pick) to grab one of them (probably Justice). If Justice slipped into the third round, we might not even have to give up that much - just, say, a 5th to move up a few slots to get him. Any thoughts?