Watching more and more tape of other prospects available at 1-1, I've become enamored. I think QB is the biggest need on this team and I think we still take a QB Day 1 of the draft, but what if we don't? Say the FO is set against the Big 3 at 1-1 and decide to wait till a later round to take a QB. This is a simulation of that. If I was dead-set against a QB at 1-1, what would I do? Here's the mock. Questions/comments/criticism is valued as always. I've factored in the 6th from Oakland and added two 5th rounders thanks to compensatory picks. Source for projected comp. picks: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/red_zone/2014-NFL-compensatory-pick-projections.html 1. Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson 6'1 211 Jeez, have y'all seen the tape on this guy? His body control, footwork, smoothness, speed, and creation of YAC are freaking fantastic. Dre is 32 and I don't think DeAndre is a true number 1. He strikes me as more of a 1b. kinda guy, better than a run of the mill #2 but not quite the elite #1 you want. Here's our chance to have our own Julio Jones - Roddy White combo, except younger. While Andre is on this team he'll be #1, but can you imagine that line up of receivers? Andre, DeAndre, and Watkins operating on the outside, in the slot, wherever he can make an impact. Whoever quarterbacks this team will have no shortage of weaponry to use. 2. Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia 6'6 314 Does Derek Newton suck? Yes he does. Does he need replacing? You bet. Looking at a line of Duane Brown - Brandon Brooks - Chris Myers - Quessenbery - Moses makes me feel a lot better heading into the season. 3. Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia 6'1, 207 Aaron Murray would be a 1st rounder, 2nd rounder at worst if it wasn't for his injury concerns. Murray is short, yes, and could stand to be a little bit stockier, but he displays all the traits I like in a QB. He's a field general, he's gritty, he makes good decisions, and is a general of the pro offense. I believe he can take over as starter in the middle of the season. 4. Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee 6'7 352 Big, fat guy in the middle who is disruptive in the run game. Not a great pass-rusher but will handle his responsibilities in the 3-4 and will hold his own. Improvement over our last few tackles. 5. Deion Belue, CB, Alabama 5'11 182 I think Belue is undervalued by many people. He has matched up against several WRs who would eat him up and held his own. In our defense, he won't be required to cover any Mike Evans, though. Solid nickel CB who will replace the horrible Brice McCain.