Lots being discussed here so I'll try to catch up. 1) QB; Grizz you mentioned the probability of taking a QB and I don't disagree since Phil has already said he'd like to take one every year and so far he's 0-2. I can see him doing it but with other needs to be met I don't see it happening early unless somebody gift wraps one he can't pass up. That's why Jordan Lynch is kind of intriguing. He has the mobility you'd like and if anyone can improve on his passing game it would probably be Trestman and Cavanaugh. So maybe they take him late or sign him as an UDFA and start the process. The added benefit is that if he doesn't adapt to a pro style passing attack we may still have a decent RB prospect in him. The kid is a good athlete and he's competitive and motivated as all hell and those are the kind of guys Phil likes to take. 2) CB; I see a lot of positives about Fuller but his size (or lack of it) bothers me a little. I think he needs to get a little bigger or at least a little stronger before he's ready to take on the spot that Tillman plays. Other than that he's a good fit for us. Given that fact that we don't need to start him this year and that he's said to be a very good STeams guy I guess it's not a total waste but I'm still opposed to drafting a bench sitter/punt coverage guy with the #14 pick. The kid also missed half the 2013 season with an injury and I'd hate to see him get hurt playing STeams like Hardin. That's why I've said that at #14 he a "cringe" pick for me. Not horrible but better if taken a little later and I still wouldn't pass up a kid like Donald to take Fuller. Now if it gets down to Pryor or Fuller well than Phil's gonna have a tough choice to make and maybe Fuller wins out or maybe he doesn't. I'm beginning to suspect those two are our fall back picks of Donald and Dix are both gone. 3) RB; We don't know exactly how they view Ford but for him to have been kept active all of last year just to keep him off the PS and to play on some coverage units they must have some positive feelings about him as a RB too. He looked good enough last preseason to say that he has as much chance of being the #2 RB as anyone they might draft in the later rounds. That doesn't mean we don't need at least two more good prospects out of somewhere also competing for that spot but unless we use a fairly high pick on one Ford will probably have the inside track as the OTAs and camp start. If they do take a RB before the 5th or 6th round it should be one they feel has a pretty good chance of taking that #2 spot this year. There are a lot of good RB prospects who will fall into the later rounds just based on supply (which is high) and demand (which is low). Too many teams have done well with RBs drafted late or signed as UDFAs to reach for one when other needs take a precedence. 4) Other; So we signed another blocking TE who could easily get bumped if Onobun finally proves he can play and we could take a flyer on one late or an UDFA whose more of a pass catcher. It's as much of a wish as it is a need. Bennett has already proven that he can play hurt and play effectively so barring a serious injury he'll be out there. He's a lot like Marshall in that respect. He's not gonna let you see him bleed. We took care of the spare OC issue very nicely already so one other need, and one I'd put above TE, is a MLB prospect to put into the mix behind DWill along with Bostic and McClellin. IMHO if it all works like it looks like it should then McClellin will work the SLB spot most of the time but they may move him around on passing downs. They'll decide that Bostic's best spot is WLB and groom him to take Briggs place, which I think he can do, and that still leaves us needing a MLB prospect to groom for a year behind DWill. It's a less obvious hole but it's there nonetheless. IMHO the who plays where right now is disguising it. They'll give Bostic another shot at it but I still don't think he's the guy. Other than that we should probably look at adding depth wherever age or expiring contract may have an impact next year. DT, CB, S, RB come to mind first.