2011 first rounder and pick #112 (4th) to Kansas City for picks #36 (2nd), #102 (4th), and #142 (5th)...
Our original second rounder, #48, to NY Jets for picks #61 (2nd) and #124 (4th)...
Our original sixth rounder from Oakland, #175, plus the #142 (5th) from KC to New England for pick #124 (4th)
This would give us picks:
2 - #36
2 - #61
3 - #78
4 - #102
4 - #119
4 - #124
6 - #202
6 - #204
7 - #223
7 - #249
2 - 36 - Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame (alternatively, Demaryius Thomas, WR GT):
Tate slips past the Jets at #29 and the Bucs at #35... We jump at the chance to get Smitty Jr...
2 - 61 - Tyson Alualu, DT California (alternatively, Navorro Bowman, OLB Penn St.)
Looking to solidify and reinforce the defensive line, we select a guy who can play DT or DE...
3 - 78 - Mardy Gilyard, WR Cincinnati (alternatively, another WR or a LB)
Gilyard has fallen way down on most boards simply because of his size and the rise of other WRs once behind him... This pick will be a steal if he slides this far, and he already has chemistry with the guy we're eyeing with the next pick...
4 - 102 - Tony Pike, QB Cincinnati
Needing good depth and potential behind Moore, the Panthers take an accurate passer who slides further than he should on draft day... I've never been keen on the QB draft pick, but I think there is a good chance we pull this trigger...
4 - 119 - Dekoda Watson, OLB Florida State
LB depth is a big need right now, and I'll honestly be surprised if it isn't addressed by this point.. either by a free agent, or a draft pick prior to this slot...
4 - 124 - George Selvie, DE South Florida
Good frame, good character, good technique, great motor... Could immediately backup either starting end and be a solid rotational guy down the stretch...
6 - 202 - Leigh Tiffin, K Alabama
Kasay's eventual replacement
6 - 204 - Rico McCoy, LB Tennessee
Can add even more depth to our most shallow position on the roster
7 - 223 - Chris Marinelli, G/T Stanford
Another holdover from my initial mock, can provide OL depth
7 - 249 - Robert Johnson, S Utah
Yet another holdover... I dunno if he'll still be on the board, but if so, he is well worth the pick from a depth standpoint...
Edited by Samuel L. Jackson, 01 April 2010 - 10:42 AM.