1-Amobi Okoye DT 2-Arron Sears OL 3-David Irons CB 4-Michael Johnson FS 5-Laurent Robinson WR 6-Dedrick Harrington LB We get pressure applied inside, which also frees up Mario, so DE isnt a priority when picking Okoye. Sears is versatile and can play OT and OG. Irons and Johnson solidify the secondary. Laurent Robinson has decent size and 4.4 speed to go along with good production. Harrington is 6'3 250lbs and runs 4.72 and should be fine at either OLB spot. 1-Laron Landry FS 2-Victor Abiamiri DE 3-David Irons CB 4-Mike Walker WR 5-Mario Henderson OT 6-Clifton Ryan DT Get an elite safety at the expense of a pass rushing DT, so the pass rush must be addressed with a DE. Irons is a solid CB from an SEC school known for defense. Mike Walker is a big receiver and should pair up well with Andre. Henderson and Ryan are project picks for depth. Ryan should find his way into the rotation. 1-Brady Quinn QB or Adrian Peterson RB 2-Victor Abiamiri DE 3-David Irons CB 4-Michael Johnson FS 5-Laurent Robinson WR 6-Clifton Ryan DT A combo of both drafts. Get the "franchise QB" in Quinn and hope he lives up to expectations or Adrian Peterson to pair up with Green. Whoever falls, we take. Pass rush must be addressed early because there is none in later rounds. I'd love to take Meriweather in the 2nd, but there is so much DB depth and the DLine is very thin in this class. Solid secondary players in round 3 and 4 and solid #2 WR. We need some DT players who actually were drafted instead of pulled off the streets for emergency situations.