I'd go OC in the third round at the earliest. There's just no value taking one in the second round unless they could play multiple positions. Also IMO Warmack is a far better prospect than DeCastro, in fact i'd go as far as to say he's the best Guard prospect I think I've ever scouted. But like Munch said, there's just no value in taking a OG in the top 10. Even if they become an All-Pro it's not a position that will effect your team as much as other positions will. Based on your assessment of what could happen and if the Bengals trade went down, I would ideally like to see something like: Round 1: Matt Elam, SS, Florida - Straight up ball player that would be a difference maker in the Titans secondary. He can tackle and, most importantly, he's not afraid to hit people. Round 2: Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina - Really nice technician and will plug in as an instant starter at the Guard position. His strength is in run blocking, but he is also and really underrated pass blocker. Round 2: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina - Showing some love for the Tar Heels here with two picks in a row. Williams just adds to that interior defensive rotation and if Marks is re-signed I wouldn't be surprised if Williams beat him out in camp for a starting role. Round 3: Cornellius Carradine, DE, FSU - Risky pick here because he's coming off an injury. But when you watch his tape the guy can be dominant.