1st. The biggest guy at your greatest area of need - KB, Star
2nd. BPA at a position where there is little to no need - didn't need a DE, had just drafted a DT in the previous round
3rd-4th. A Guard (other spot on a guy with local ties) - Turner, Kugzilla, Boston (UNC), Greg Olson (went to college with Beason, played for Chud)
5th. ST/defensive backup - the CB we drafted today (don't remember his name at the moment), Klein
6th. A RB from the northwest - Stanford kid, Barner
Using this formula it shouldn't be too hard to figure out our draft so there's less shock and hurt vaginas next year.
This can be simplified a lot (Gett's Draft Strategy):
1) BPA (which will be a big guy, b/c he loves them & that's how he sets his board).
1a) Top pick (only) is influenced by area of need, but I would not always count on that. The gapping holes we had before he
got here should naturally be filled between Re-Signing our own guys, FA & Drafting BPA. Then it will simply be BPA all