My first real mock of the offseason, I just want to do it before the combine and everyone accuses me of being swayed by measurables. First thing I should mention is I'm assuming right now we'll re-sign Gaither, Hardwick, Garay, Harris, Hester, Dombrowski, and Sperry. Second thing is that I'm assuming we'll lose McNeill, Jackson and Tolbert, and cut Castillo. Also....we will not sign Mario Williams, Cliff Avril, or Robert Mathis. 1st) OLB Nick Perry: I'm not wowed by this guy, but he'll be the best player available at a position of need. With Shaun Phillips and Antwan Barnes in contract years we'll want to develop at least one pass rusher this year to have him ready to start in 2013. Secondary option: I know it'd be surprise but I'm in the process of really liking Kendall Wright, he reminds me of a Mike Wallace/Steve Smith clone. Also Janoris Jenkins is worth a look despite his character issues. 2nd) CB Chase Minnifield: I'm sure it seems like a bit of a reach to some of you, but he reminds me of Brandon Flowers. Ideal size, A+ insticts, A+ character, A+ duribility, can return kicks, play FS or nickle if needed, and he's willing to stick his nose in and make a tackle. I don't care what the pundits say about "value picks" this guy can play football. Secondary option: TE Orson Charles, we need a fallback option for Gates but I passed on Charles because of his blocking. Also WR is a desperate need but I don't love anyone here. 3rd) RB Isaiah Pead: If there is a guy who could skyrocket before the draft its Pead, he's a north/south runner with amazing agility and a burst into the 2nd level. Can cut through arm tackles, a willing blocker, I really like him as a 3rd down back. Secondary options: OG Amini Silatolu, or RB Chris Polk. 4th) OT/OG Matt McCants: An OT that I would move inside, he's a great puller and good at blocking in space. He could also start at RT when Clary fails. Secondary options: Tommy Streeter, I would not be opposed at all to a purely potential motivated pick like Streeter. NT Akiem Hicks. 5th) DE (5-tech) Tyrone Crawford: A solid 5-tech prospect. Has protype size and length, anchor at point of attack, and quick enough to penetrate on 3rd downs. 6th) TE Beau Reliford: A rising prospect on my board could be worth a 4th round pick eventually. I really like this guy as a high potential prospect. He's a former basketball player and at 6'5 260 he moves well in space, has big soft hands, and some speed to stretch the middle He's got the size to be a good blocker, but is very raw. He's got Jimmy Graham type potential. 7th) SS Kelcie McCray: In short, he's a good athelte and a decent SS prospect. Better than anything we have at the moment.