In a lot of the discussions on who we are going to take with the #10 pick, everybody (including myself) keeps talking about which position we need the most help in. I kept saying Coples but the signing of Anderson makes that highly unlikely now. But there are also arguments for Martin, Reiff, DeCastro, Kirkpatrick, Floyd, Hill, Upshaw, and Ingram.
But a lot of those arguments usually are based off the thinking we are going to draft a good player based on their ability to address a need. We know that Chix likes to go BPA in the first round, regardless of positional need (Spiller). While I don't think that would always be the case (basically meaning we wouldn't touch Richardson if he was there), based on their draft history you would think they will probably go BPA this year too.
So my question is, if you were drafting the BPA, ignoring what you feel is the teams biggest need, which of the above players would you draft?
Post a comment if you want me to add somebody else, and if you already voted tell me who you voted for. I'll try to do a top 5 of the "BPA" as a separate post, and this will let me make sure I get the numbers right.