In no particular order Running back Left Tackle Cornerback Free Safety Defensive Tackle Strongside Linebacker That's 6 spots we need to fill, which means we better not waste any picks, and we better find some sleepers late in the 5th or 6th round. Offensive line is a big hole, and the class is weak at this particular position. This position needs to be filled in the 1st or 2nd round. Defensive Tackle is also a weak position in this class. However, after the 1st round, there really aren't too many worth taking in the 2nd. So this position should be addressed in the 3rd round or later. However, since the position is so thin, I expect alot to go between the 3rd and 4th round. Running back is usually an easy position to fill. If Peterson is not there, or we pass on him, look to draft a RB in the 3rd round or later. Strongside Linebacker is the weakest position in this class and shouldn't be addressed until the 5th or 6th. This draft is plentiful in secondary players. However, there is no elite talent at CB and the FS position is one of the deepest in the draft. Look secondary in the 2nd or later. You shouldn't have to draft CB/FS in back to back rounds, so if you draft either position early, then you can pick the other later in the draft. 1- OT Levi Brown 6'5 323lbs Penn State 5.3 40yd 2- FS Brandon Meriweather 5'11 192lbs Miami 4.45 40yd 3- DT Kareem Brown 6'4 305lbs Miami 5.10 40yd 4- RB Brandon Jackson 5'11 210lbs Nebraska 4.5 40yd 5- CB Corey Graham 6'0 190lbs New Hampshire 4.5 40yd 6- LB Dedrick Harrington 6'3 245lbs Mizzuo 4.75 40yd Analysis We have to get an OT sometime between now and when a DE breaks our QB's neck. Why not go for the 2nd best one who has shown flashes of being great? We need to upgrade the speed in our secondary as well as their instincts. Meriweather is a speedy ballhawk who can support the run and has coverage skills. Brown is a big DT who may not impress you in practice, but once the game starts, he can really rush the passer and pursue. Brandon Jackson is a guy who might not have elite speed or burst, but it's enough. He has good vision, hits the hole hard, and has great hands. Corey Graham is my sleeper pick. He has average size for a CB and supports the run very well. Has good ballskills as well. Dedrick Harrington fills a spot that really isn't a need, but we do need to upgrade. He has good size and can put on more weight, and has been pretty productive in his 4 years. Was the team captain and has good character. A former safety. Played MLB last year, might not be the ideal fit at SLB, but he'd be more productive than Orr.