GREAT POINTS IN ENTIRE POST. I was thinking this CB thing too, if we pick in the mid to late 20's next year how it effect the thinking on taking a CB this year if you can get a potential corner to replace Peanut. Glad to see someone thinking about this as well. I came to no conclusion except it would probably ensure this is Peanuts last yr and I have no idea if Peanut will want to return again or if he will still have the ability to return. I like getting a CB but leaning more towards Aiken in Rd 5 or 6. I am on board with your list and unless a stud LB falls, Mack, Mosley, or Barr is on the board in rd 1, (not sure on Barr), I am leaning to DT in rd 1. If we do not pull the trigger in rd 1 on DT, I suspect we would do DT in RD 2. Hoping Quarles will be there, if he is I would not mind them double dipping at the DT spot (Donald and Quarles). Rd 2 from mocks is not good value for S or CB as the so called top ones are gone and the next level appears to be late rd 2 or into 3. Problem is they get taken in the mocks before we get to pick again, so interested on how Phil has them graded out which we will not know until the draft. With you list of DT, LB, S, and CB and you through in QB, TE and RB you have all seven picks accounted for. If no value in rd 2 for CB and S then down do LB or offense. Be interesting how it works out and if they have somebody graded at more value at CB or S in rd 2. Ward may be there in rd 2 and he seems to be up and down the board with his foot injury so..... Guess time wil tell. With the other needs good arguements to be made for all positions. Depending how Emery sees CB or S he may do it in RD 1 because the value in RD 2 may not be there and a DT like Quarles would be a lesser difference from Donald. If Quarles is gone then we would not get that 3 tech stud Donald and Quarles appear to be the front runners at 3 tech. If we do not take Donald in RD 1, we better make sure Quarles wil be there.