Have at it, comments welcome Round 1: Muhammad Wilkerson DE Temple. Something tells me that Houston and definitely Kerrigan will be gone. I’m not as sold on Jabaal Sheard as other people. I like Wilkerson he projects to be a good defender who can collapse the pocket if needed. I would prefer a pass rusher but we could use the help on the D line. Alternative Pick: Phil Taylor NT Baylor The way I see it, if we are going to address the D line early on we may as well address a position where we have Kris Jenkins who cant stay healthy in addition he and Pouha are 30+. Taylor is looking more and more like the next quality nose tackle. Round 3: Brooks Reed DE/OLB, Arizona This is the Jets pass rusher that we couldn’t get in the first round. He isn’t an amazing pass rusher, but he has a good motor and instincts. I also like he is pretty good at flipping his hips which is awesome for coverage purposes Alternative Pick: Luke Stocker TE, Tennessee I would go with a safety or corner but I just don’t know enough about the group to pick a definitive name. However, I’m getting a little annoyed with having Mulligan or Hartsock as an option in the passing game. Stocker isn’t the “rocked up” WR like Keller, and he isn’t an amazing blocker but he offers more offensively than either Hartsock or Mulligan. Round 4: K.J Wright OLB, Miss State. Wright is one of the top all-around linebackers in this class. He is a nice athlete who can blitz as well as coverage. I really like his athleticism and think if he gets a little more coaching he could do some good things. Alternative Pick: Marcus Gilbert OT Florida I know Vlad Duccase is likely the future at right tackle, but he didn’t see much playing time even after Woody got hurt. Gilbert is a huge tackle who has a good skill set to develop into a right tackle. Also Wayne Hunter is not a spring chicken. Round 5: Terrance Toliver WR, LSU There is a chance that a receiver could be leaving, and we would need a new one. He reminds me a bit of Edwards play from this last year. He isn’t going to wow you with great quickness, but he finds ways to get open and knows how to use his frame for making catches. Alternative Pick: Mike Mohammed ILB, Cal Mohammed is a gritty player with a fantastic motor. He isn’t really athletically gifted but he makes up for it with a great drive. Round 6: Colby Whitlock DT, Texas Tech Perhaps the Ropata Pitoitua of this years class. Whitlock is going to have to “redshirt” because by every account he has to get stronger. Outside of his strength he looks to have all the tools to do well. He is agile and knows how to play the run and blitz. Alternate Pick: Greg McElroy QB, Alabama He seems to be doing ok in Senior Bowl practices thus far. He doesn’t have great mechanics but he has played in a pro style and he is a good game manager. Clemens is gone, and Brunel is better suited for simply “advice”. Round 7: Josh Jasper K, LSU Yeah whatever taking kickers is stupid. I still don’t have tons of faith in Nick Folk even though he was clutch in the postseason. Josh Jasper epitomizes Rex Ryan confidence. Before the game he has his teammates sign a dollar bill which he keeps under his sleeve to show he is “money”. Jasper is also a pretty good kicker Alternative Pick: James Brewer OT, Indiana Not an impact player but you can’t coach 6-6 323.