Nothing better this time of year than submitting your own mock! While I'd love to draft VY, if that isn't going to happen then I'd like to trade down. D'Brick is impressing everyone at the Senior Bowl practices already. I have us trading our #1 to the Jets for their #1 and their #2 this year and next. 1st (#4): D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT-Virginia 6-6/297 Having no problems with the best DE's in the country at the Senior Bowl practice. 2nd (#33): Alan Zemaitis CB-Penn St 6-2/205 Tall CB who is still fluid in motion, hard worker, big tackler, great ball reaction skills. 10 passes defended and 6 INTs in 2005. 2nd (#36): Daryn Colledge OG-Boise St. 6-4/295 Extremely athletic, durable blocker who excels at both run & pass. Could be a tackle or guard in the NFL. 3rd (#63): Eric Henderson DE-Georgia Tech 6-2/265 Physical, instinctive player who can both speed rush or shed blocks. Injuries during the year drop him to this round. 3rd (#64): David Thomas TE-Texas 6-3/247 Instinctive playmaker who could use more bulk, more of a receiving TE but does well working in blocking schemes. Great hands and route-running. 4th: Julian Jenkins DE-Stanford 6-4/270 Agressive pass rusher who can makes a lot of solo tackles and often disrupts the backfield. 5th: Dwayne Slay S-Texas Tech 6-3/210 One of the hardest hitting safeties around, forces a lot of fumbles. Has the speed to cover. 6th: Michael Toudouze OT-TCU 6-6/310 The best player on the best line in the MWC 7th: Bristol Olomua TE-Texas Tech 6-5/236 Best TE prospect at TT in years, injured for rest of the season during UT game. If you told me last year that we'd get the best OT in the draft as well as 4 other picks in the top 64 I'd be happy as heck. We would be very intimidating in our DB's, get a few DE's to help the transition to a 4-3, get a very active and playmaking TE, 2 new starters on the OL, and a few backups.