The only player I truly DO NOT want us to draft at 15 is Mingo. I just think at best he's a project, no technique and lightweight, but we have needs where draftees could contribute immediately. We have a real shot to compete for a title this year if we add a true difference maker. Mingo just won't be that in 2013 IMO.
There are too many guys that fit our needs that have great potential available to take a risk on a guy that may never develop.
1. Luke Joeckel
2. Shariff Floyd
3. Eric Fisher
4. Lane Johnson
5. Sheldon Richardson
6. Star Latoulelei
7. Jarvis Jones
8. Dion Jordan
9. Desmond Trufant
11. Ezekial Ansah
12. Tavon Austin
13. Jonathan Cooper
14. Chance Warmack
Those are the guys that I really want (Cooper and Warmack are just low bc G isn't really a need while all of those other positions are, but they likely won't be there anyway).
Of course we pick 15, so we need at least one of them to fall.
Even if all of those 14 are gone, I still would take Rhodes, Ogeltree, Weorner, Patterson, or Hankins before Mingo.
Would really love moving back to 21 or so and picking up a 2nd rounder and taking whoever is left out of those guys I mentioned.
That would be ideal IMO.
This post was edited on 4/3 at 9:45 am