We haven't seen enough of Butler to just say that's it it's a wrap lets move on to other positions
1. this is true for 100% of the draft prospects
2. we have seen more of him than 100% of draft prospects
3. we have seen enough of the other positions to say it's a wrap and we must move on to them.
Again, drafting an OLB wouldn't be a bad move. I'm saying that we are now in position to either draft BPA regardless of position (unless an LT falls to us) or trade back to get a few more picks. 3-4 OLB's are often found in rounds 2-7...
example: Steelers have been THE most consistent team over last couple of decades in having high talent at OLB. Who is the last one they drafted in the first round?