Rd1 Connor Barwin DE-LB Cinncinati -Can play SAM on 1st & 2nd downs and play DE on 3rd down. Played TE in college so he should be able to cover the TE. Ran a 4.47 40 260lbs at his pro day Rd2 Lawrence Sidbury DE Richmond- Sidbury has as much potential to improve as any DE in this draft. Ran a 4.64 40 at his pro day 265lbs Rd3 Kevin Barnes CB Maryland- Friedgen said he is a better CB than fellow Maryland alum Foxworth. Has had injury problems (ACL) or he wouldn't be available. Appears to be over his injury problems. 6'0 187lbs ran a 4.40 at his pro day. Rd4 Roy Miller DT Texas- Tough run stopping DT, he is everything Okam isn't. Hard working leader. 6'1 310lbs Ran a 4.95 40 at his pro day Rd4 Kory Sheets RB Purdue- Smith gets another alum, this years Slaton, very productive RB. 5'11 208lbs ran a 4.39 40 at his pro day Rd5 Sebastian Vollmer OT-OG Houston Big talented OL fits the ZBS can learn from Gibbs for a couple of years. Extremely atheletic, Solves size problems on OL, unlimited potential. Rd6 Otis Wiley Mich.St SS 6'1 212 Ultraproductive SS has great hands can return punts Wiley ran a 4.56 at his pro day. He is a vicious hitter. Rd7 Blake Schlueter C TCU Perfect for the ZBS, Smart and atheletic, 6'3 290lbs and ran a 4.7 40 at his pro day. UDFA Tyler Roehl RB N.Dakota St., Brian Toal LB Boston College, Dustin Colquitt P Tennesee, Stephen Hodge LB-S TCU The reason I like Barwin over Matthews is because I believe we can trade down and get Barwin. Barwin like Matthews has only played one year on defense, is bigger faster and more versatile than Matthews. In this Mock I chose the most atheletic prospect that has been a productive player in college. These guys have some of the best 10-20 & 40 yard times. They help provide atheletisism and depth to a roster is in dire need of both. Let the critisim-feedback begin.