Now that free agency has sloooooowed waaaaaaay doooooown I figure its time, feel free to blast me, I know I"m going a little outside the box and that tends to annoy people around here. 1st - Dre Kirkpatrick - I've been rewatching games lately, and I think Jammer is cooked. Say what you must about pass rush creating opportunities I agree with that logic, but Quentin Jammer has become an glarring liability in that he loses before the pass rush even has a chance to get there. Kirkpatrick has excellent read and react skills, he is highly physical with receivers, and probably the best tackling DB in the draft. He is NOT ANTONIO CROMARTIE, Kirkpatrick is a football player not a track star, and like all Charger DBs he will have stone hands...hahaha Backup - Nick Perry, I just think he has more upside than Mercilus who is a poor run defender. 2nd - Harrison Smith - An NFL ready SS and its as simple as that. Notre Dame used him often as a sort of extra line backer/DB but he has the speed and size to cover NFL TEs....though he seems to struggle with his back to the ball which is why I he's not a 1st round caliber prospect. He is great at flying into the lane and cleaning up plays, which I love about him. We will be a more rounded defense with this pick. Backup pick - DE Vinny Curry, OT Zebrie Sanders, TE Dwayne Allen. 3rd - Jonathan Massaquoi - Has freakishly long arms, he'll be able to set the edge and keep blockers off of him. Loves to stunt and blitz from all angles, and has a good wide range of pass rush moves, and enough flexibility and speed to finish. Backup pick - NT Josh Chapman, DE (5T) Mike Martin, RB Ronnie Hillman. 4th - Brandon Moseley - I really like this guy, in fact I'd probably take him in the 3rd. He's big and moves smoothly and quickly out of his stance. Is good in open space, and is a good enough run blocker. I can see this guy starting in the league someday. 5th -Brandon Bolden - This guy has a bit of a Frank Gore/Michael Turner feel to him. He's not fast (4.6 speed), but he's sneaky quick for a bigger back. He's also a surprisingly reliable receiver out of the back field. He is by no means a perfect RB prospect, but could develop into a more than solid compliment to Mathews. Last year I had this guy as potentially going as high as late round 2, so I can't pass on the value here. 6th - Beau Reliford - A 6'5 250lb TE who runs smooth routes and has a basketball background. This is the yearly obligatory unknown wannabe Antonio Gates pick. But seriously I think this guy can be a great receiving TE. 7th - Antoine McClain - A big strong run blocking RG prospect, mobile enough and strong enough to take a flyer on and let him compete for a backup job.