RD1) Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma- I'm fine with Alec Ogletree here, as i love em, and a few others as well, but Lane Johnson is a fantastic Long, athletic OT, with room to pack on weight, and can play RT for us, and if or when Beatty leaves, slide over to LT.. Bookend OT...

RD2) Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers- Everyone knows i love em, and the instinctive , playmaking, physical LB is exactly what our LB core needs..

RD3) Jamar Taylor CB Boise St- Physical player who mixes it up in the run game and also has man cover skills and plays a physical brand of CB which i like.. Kid had 4picks, 2.5sacks, 3FF, 9PD, 51Tackles in 2012.. He can flat out play...

RD4) Brian Winters G/T Kent St- A fine player who i seen on multiple occasions and was impressed each time.. Versatile, gritty, technically sound, he'd fit right in on this oline, and be very helpful if we lose Boothe, or when Snee ends up calling it quits or moves on...

RD5) Stansly Maponga DE TCU- Ultra fast off the edge, Maponga had a down yr , and should've went back to school.. But the upside is tremendous, and he could certainly be like a more motivated OSI in his prime if things work out.. Maponga is just a tad short, but worth the gamble in the 5th...

RD6) AJ Klein ILB Iowa St.- Gritty, hardworking, physcial football player, with leadership qualities.. Most have em going earlier after solid wk at Shrine, but its possible hes still available, and would have chance at starting for us, or being quality depth...

RD7) Earl Wolff S NC State- Big wk during shrine, and has been a sleeper of mind since WK1. Very impressive player with coverege and run play abilities.. A leader for the wolf pack, and as bad as Amerson was at times, Wolff shined most of the yr and has had a very good career with wolfpack..