Okay so I wasn't planning on doing another one, but Emery's presser solidified somethings, IF they are to be believed: 1) Ratty/Houston are in the DT rotation, along w/Collins that's 3 guys 2) They've changed their strategy of scouting looking for bigger=better 3) S is VERY thin, there are the first 2(people assume Dix/Pryor but he didn't say that) and then there is a significant drop after that, to the point that they are looking for a CB to convert to S. 4) He's not planning on drafting a qb after the 3rd round, not that he won't, but not after the 3rd. 5) He's narrowed the first round to 6 players, and will be happy if 2 or 3 are still there. 6) Emery either sees no chance of Donald being there, or isn't interested in him b/c he doesn't fit the Bigger=Better mold, again this is assuming the presser wasn't a ton of blown smoke. 7) Only one LB has been given assurance they have a starting job, Briggs and he's hurt. Also, not pat of the presser, There is a theory they want a legit backup rb, lets assume that's correct also, we'll replace that w/the TE need b/c of the signing of Mulligan Looking at back his drafts, guys w/"versatility" he's drafted: Shea, DE/OLB first round Hardin C/S(in their evaluation) 3rd round E-Rod TE/H-Back 4th round Long G/T 1st round Bostic ILB/OLB 2nd round Corny Wash DE/OLB 6th round The only outliers early were Jeffery(WR), Greene(who was always considered OLB). Emery is in fact a fan of versatility, for better or worse. I'm not going to do a write up, I think we all know these players by now: 14 Here's my best guess at the 6 guys they think my be there in no paticular order: Pryor/Dix/Donald/Hagemen/Gilbert/Mosely If he thinks only 2 or 3 are going to be there, then I'm guessing he thinks those 3 will be Pryor/Hagemen/Mosely He said there is a big drop off between the top 2 S's and the rest of the S's, but he loves versatility which Hagemen/Mosely fit better to his style. At the end of the day I think he goes Pryor S, but it wouldn't surprise me if he went w/the other 2. Pryor imo is 1 of the 2 S's Emery talks about and will be a surefire day 1 starter. 51 Keith McGill CB, here is a big 6'3" guy that could convert to S, at least for 1 year before he gets his shot to start at CB whenTillman retires. 82 Tom Savage QB, he's a big guy at 6'4" 228lbs w/a good arm and good pocket pressence. If Emery wants a qb that can come in and compete for the backup job w/Palmer(btw Palmer hails from the late rounds tht didn't develop any starters that Emery pointed out) then Savage might be his guy. He ran a pro style O in college completing over 60% of his passes 117 Carium Ried DT 6'2 302, it was reported the Bears showed real interest in Ried, Emery also said the new staff/scouting equate to bigger=better. Ried had a good senior bowl and combine showing quickness for someone his size, and the ability to beat player linemen w/power. A lot of teams are showing interest and have him at a 2nd day grade. I can see them using him at DT and NT next to Rattliff and Houston or in replacement of them. 156 Lorenzo Taliafarra RB, 6'0" 229 lb, ran a 4.58, averaging over 6.0+ ypc his senior year and showed the ability to pick up blitzes at the senior bowl, he also has the ability to catch out of the backfield. 183 Bruce Gaston DT 6'2" 303 another big physical guy that can get behind the line and cause havoc, he's better at controlling his gap and stopping the run, so I could see the team looking at him as more of a NT along w/Paea. 191 Pat O'Donnell P, speaking of positions that have sucked for years, that the Bears need to shore up, O'Donnell has a big leg averaging over 47ypp w/a long of 71.