Obviously, we have need for both CB's and RB's. As to CB's, it appears that Hayden and Wilson are regarded as two CB's that are first round worthy, with Wilson possibly sliding to early 2nd round. After that, you have a pack of CB's that folks are debating but they range from 2nd to 4th round grades, depending on which CB and who's opinion. As to RB's, it is similar. Spiller and Matthews appear to have clear 1st round grades, with Matthews possibly sliding to early 2nd round. Thereafter, there are several names like Gerhart, Dixon, Tate, Dwyer, Best that all have grades in the 2-4 rounds. Here's my question: Which pack is stronger after the top two rated players, CB's or RB's? Personally, I think the separation between Matthews and the other RB's is greater than that between Wilson and the other CB.s Rick Smith's answer to that question may dictate whether we go CB or RB in the first round.