Since all the cool kids appear to be doing it, I thought I'd give it a try too. So here's my mocky-mocky (this is my first Fan Post, so be gentle!).
OK, first I'm going to operate on two assumptions here:
-They trade Lynch to the 'Hawks for pick 60 (I wish they had trade Evans, and this might be a pipe dream to get a 2nd for ML, but bear with me).
-They trade down to Pittsburgh (who takes McClain or Dez Bryant) and the Bills get picks 18 and 82.
So to use Bud Light's slogan, here we go:
Round 1: Brandon Graham DE/OLB: With the two day-one starting OTs off the table, and the two 'starting' QBs, we go with BPA. And lord knows, we need a pass rush - esp with Schobel either gone this year or next.
Round 2 (1): Damian Williams, WR: Again, BPA. I think Benn is too much of a problem mentally, with the dropsies. So I went with more of a sure thing with an established route runner who's played in a pro-style offense before and can start right away as a #2.
Round 2(2): Vlad Ducasse, OG/OT: Capable of playing at G right away (until Wood is ready?) and potentially a future starter at OT. Just a matter of learning technique.
Round 3 (1): Daryl Washington, LB: Can play inside or out, aggressive, flexible. Could replace Mitchell or play side-by-side with Poz.
Round 3(2): Torrell Troup, DT: Another Ducasse-like high upside but also capable of playing early kind of guy. Would be a great addition to the rotation, AND a future every-down starter.
Round 4: Jarrett Brown, QB: A project, but Nix wants to add a strong-armed, mobile QB (don't we all). Here he is.
Round 5: Phil Dillard, ILB,: More depth at LB. A run-stuffer, and since we now have a 4th starting LB position to fill, we need to stock up. Andra Davis won't play forever.
Round 6 (1): Dex Briscoe, WR: More depth at WR. Decent potential, size/speed, playmaker. Good value in the 6th.
Round 6 (2): Shawn Luavao, OG: Bit of a grinder, but mean, very much in the Wood mold (although not as physically gifted).
Round 7(1): Cliff Geathers, DT/DE: Big potential guy, one more depth slot for the 'new' 3-4 DE model.
Round 7(2): Kyle McCarthy, SS: Heady guy, not all that physically talented, but a good football player. A potential special teams stand-out purely on effort.
So, if we hit on 5 of these picks (starters within 1-3 years) I think this is a success. We create some depth in some need positions, and next year we draft a starting QB, a stud DE, and/or a new RB.