Not going to do any crazy offseason moves, just the picks Round 1- Sam Montgomery DE LSU- I would say Spencer is gone and our D line is questionable at best for the 4-3 switch. I'm not too worried about the whole "List", I think it was overblown and I can buy the real reasoning behind it. Montgomery is a total package as a DE. Great pass rusher, stout against the run, and could even be used in coverage if need be. Great value pick as the best d-line prospect on the board at pick #18. Round 2- Alvin Bailey OG Arkansas- Bailey has been shooting up the boards for a reason, hes big and talented. Great size and strength to handle almost any DT while also having surprisingly good foot quickness. Has started 26 straight games in the SEC as both a LG and RG. A definite upgrade over Bernadeau from day 1 in my opinion. Round 3- TJ McDonald S USC- Very complete safety prospect that only drops this far because of a deep safety class this year. Good size at 6'1 205 who is very good against the run and can lay some hard hits. Also a good athlete who would make a good center fielder in a deep zone allowing us to use Church where he belongs in the box. Round 4- Everett Dawkins DT FSU- Quick burst, gap rushing DT that will fit the 4-3 scheme nicely. Went to Florida State as a highly recruited all-state (SC) DE. Good athlete for a 6'3 305 lb guy. Would fit into the DT rotation right away, especially in pass rushing situations. Round 5- Robbie Rouse RB Fresno State- Despite his size (5'7 190) this is a tough runner between the tackles. He knows how to use his size to advantage by hiding behind blockers before using his elite quickness to burst through holes. Great guy to have for about 10-15 carries a game. 4,600 rushing yards in his college career. Round 6- John Wetzel OT BC- Big (6'7) long armed OT with enough strength to handle pass rushers. The knock on Wetzel is that he has really slow feet. With his long arms to engulf defenders and proper technique he can either make a good swing tackle or possibly be an option at RT if he hits the weight room a little and responds to coaching well.