Too early? I assume Titans will be picking around 23rd and we will receive a 4th round comp pick for Babin and Tulloch. I’m also going to assume we sign everyone apart from- Ruud, Hope, Scott, Hayes, Amato, and Hawkins. 1 Vontze Burfict LB ASU- 6’3 250lbs Adds some steal to the linebacking core I have watched the last four ASU games, and although he hasn’t been on top form especially with the two stupid penalties in a row on Saturday, he is still the strongest and most instinctive LB in the draft. ASU plays him at ‘mike’ but I reckon we could put him at ‘Will’ and he’d do great. Ayers-McCarthy-Burfict looks very good to me. I do expect his value to fall on draft day. If he is gone, then I’d probably take Kuechy. 2 Mark Barron SS Bama – 6’2 215lbs Hopefully the safeties will last till the second round so we can grab a good one. I would say Barron is slightly ahead of Ray-Ray Armstrong; however I’ve seen a few mocks were Barron does go till the 3rd round, due to stiff hips and questions over his athletic ability. I see a strong tackler with very good football IQ but his placement of draft day will have a lot to do with combine performance. If gone I’d take Ray-Ray Armstrong. 3 Ben Jones C Georgia- 6’3 316lbs I like Brewster and Konz alot but they will be gone in the second I think. Jones is still a starting caliber Center for us. Jones is thick and very smart. This is going to be the first of two O-line additions. Immediate starter. 4 Kawaan Short DT Purdue- 6’3 310lbs A big guy to add to our improving D’Line. Powerful guy who loves making tackles in the backfield. Has the ability to play DE in a 3-4 if the opportunity ever rose. Would a fine pick up in the 4th round. 4 Logan Harrell DE/DT Fresno State 6’2 276 Think Karl Klug, would be great to have two of them. Like Karl I could see him getting reps at DE, perhaps he might bulk up a bit a get some serious playing time in the DT rotation as well. He reminds of Jared Allen in his younger days. Love this pick. 5 Kevious Watkins OG South Carolina- 6’3 340lbs A huge man, who will compete with for that starting LG spot, we need a big body up there. Aggressive. 6 Greg Childs WR Arkansas- 6’3 217lbs Big time gamble. Has great hands and is more of a possession receiver but does have injury concerns hence the draft position. I would like to see us go out and grab a big time receiver in free agency. Bowe would be my number one choice. 7. David Paulson TE Oregon- 6’4 244lbs Smart TE with above average hands. Nice little pick up for us at the end of the draft, as I think we need another receiving threat for the TE spot.