Which is more important being a ballhawk and having coverage skills or being a physical presnece who instills fear in WRs running crossing routes and who is great at supporting the run? Very rarely will you find a guy who can do both really well. I think having a ballhawk and coverage guy is more important as the passing game continues to proliferate. That being said...where on earth do we look to fix the safety issue...the FA class does not have many standout candidates. In fact Griffin is often rated as the top FA safety in this yrs class. This years draft class again is putrid at the safety position. I'm not even sure that it has a single 1st rnd graded safety in the group. Barron might end up being one, but I think he really lacks in his coverage skills and ballhawking ability. He is more of the stuff the run type of safety. I think we need to play Finny at the safety position ala Troy Polamolau. Let him be the guy that QBs have to locate before the play starts because he might be lined up anywhere. Finny played safety in college so he has experience doing it. I would also give Campbell reps at safety. With his speed and wing span he could be solid playing more of that single high safety look. I think we also need to look at converting a college CB into a safety. I would look at Casey Hayward from Vandy and then the other guy I like is Trumaine Johnson from Montana. He is listed at 6'2" and 205lbs. He plays the ball very well in the air and isn't afraid to tackle either. I want to see us get tougher against the run with our front 7 and then have a whole slew of ballhawkers on the backend.