I agree in principle, I just have trouble seeing a ton of guys who I would consider BPA being available at #18. Maybe one of Martin or Reiff gets exposed as being more the natural RT/swing-tackle (i.e. not the most natural fit for LOT that puts the premium value on them) at the combine, but that's honestly about it. Michael Floyd will test well and there are enough teams ahead of us willing to buy his redemption from straying the path story (yes, two different alcohol related charges on his record - though the guy stopped drinking entirely since the last incident and actually moved into a sober dorm, made changes in his life to befriend a more conservative crowd, etc.) that his measurables and college stats will be enough to convince them to draft him ahead of Wright (unless it's the Jags doing the drafting because they won't touch ANYONE with iffy character and always go a bit off the map with their draft picks). I love Dwayne Allen, but he's not currently a complete enough package to equate to a Top 20 pick (frame not filled out enough and isn't at a level with his blocking YET that I'd call him a complete TE like Gronkowski, Olsen, Davis, Pettigrew, etc. were). DeCastro won't make it out of the Top 15 - absolute floor for him is the pick ahead of us (Cincinnati with Oakland's pick), but I could see Dallas, Jacksonville (crazy I know, but it's a total Gene Smith type pick), Arizona, KC, and the potential for a Chicago trade-up as all definite spots for him. And the only other argument I could see for BPA might be Trent Richardson, but again... he's likely gone earlier than expected (strong possibility that he goes to the Bucs if Claiborne is off the board). And RB would be one of those BPA's I lump in with QB right now where we've got our player (for better or worse) for the time-being, so we'd just move on to the next best available player in that instance.