Round 1- Datone Jones DE UCLA- Jones is a physical monster on the D-line with his strength and burst. He is physical vs. the run and can rush the passer from the End and Tackle position which makes him a valuable rotation piece in our defense similar to tuck in 07. He's a great character kid with a passion for the game that is that of a long time fan.
Round 2- Aurthur Jones ILB K-State- jones has the speed, intelligence and coverage ability that we need in our LBs. he is also the best block shedder and can be our piece to spy RGIII and prepare the speed offense of Philadelphia.
Round 3- Will Davis CB Utah- has great size, speed, zone coverage ability, and tackling. Challenge Webster for his spot day one.
Round 4- Dallas Thomas OG Tenn- Big athletic guard that can pass block but lacks aggression in run blocking.Round
5- Michael Williams TE Bama- Big TE that excels at blocking. Pope can teach him h to catch but its hard to teach a guy how to block. Could even be groomed as a Tackle.
Round 6- Miguel Maysonnet RB SB- worth the pick here. Scott needs to earn the third spot and with the injury to Brown it might be best to put bodies at this spot.
Round 7- J.J. Wilcox SS Georgia Southern- I got to watch him play since I go to the college and grim pressed at the senior bowl. I don't see him getting much attention until the 5 or later and with ore talented safeties from bigger programs I wouldn't be surprised if he goes undrafted. But he has size and ability to really put a hit on you. If he develops his coverage ability he could be at best an Adrian Wilson clone.