After listening to both Gailey & Nix today i am starting to seriously doubt there is any interest for either Upshaw or Ingram at #10. Obviously both players are great players but Nix especially gave some indicators that they might not be considered top 10 material. When he commented on Upshaw it didn't sound like he's that interested and that although he sets the edge and can stop the run well, that the pass rush part is nothing that exciting. He clearly seems to think that Ingram is too short so it doesn't sound like he's that interested in sinking a 10th pick on Ingram. Then there's also the fact that he seems to think the draft is deep at DE in the mid rounds so I don't think we'll see a pass rusher at #10.
There is one guy that should be there at #10 and could very well be the BPA, probably one of the best athletes at that position to come out in the last 10 years! David DeCastro, the Guard out of Stanford. I know we have Urbik or at least we'll tender him and should still have him but wouldn't our interior be set for the next 10-15years if we were to pick up such a great player? Can you imagine the damage in the run game that Levitre/Wood/DeCastro would do? DeCastro is a phenomenal pull guard that loves to plow LBs into the ground. I can just imagine how great our Jackson/Spiller combo could be.
The other position that wouldn't surprise me is WR, with Floyd. To be honest, I'm staring to think that Tannenhill might also be a possibility. I guess Reiff is also a strong possibility however his shorter arm lenght might tag him as a RT, which might push him down a bit. If Nix is a true believer in BPA, DeCastro might very well be our pick at #10