Predicting and debating pre-draft selections is a tough occupation. The argument between selecting the right person for a system, BPA or highest team need are all factors. From one fan's perspective are greatest priorities are: 1. OL: Improvement by LT & LG and upgrades at C and RG. 2. DL: Youth to learn behind Walker and NT starter or reserve behind Payne 3. TE: All-around talent, that can play every down 4. LB: A young inside LB to develop 5. CB: A young CB to develop 6. WR: Speed WR 7. QB: Vet Back-up 8. KR: More speed Given the above, I'm not sure there is a C or RG worthy of #13, but there probably is a 3-4 type DE that we could take. Miller (TE) may also be available. If I had to choose between one of the two, I might actually go w/Heath Miller. I'm not confident Jopuru will ever pan out and Carr/DD could benefit greatly from a TE that could catch, run and block. Another factor is drafting to what the particular years' strength happens to be. This year, there is depth at CB, DL & RB. Taking BPA at #13 makes sense and then looking to those three areas in rounds #2 and #3 might also be beneficial. Trading down in round one also makes sense if we can get another #2. This may also allow us to trade down to where the BPA is also a need. Thoughts?