1. J. Banks CB
The pick of CBs in this year's draft. Perfect clay for Coyle to mould into a playmaker.
2a. C. Carradine DE
He's a 6'4" mongoose - patient, elusive, fast and lethal. No other pass rusher shouts "difference-maker" to me like he does.
2b. S. Bailey WR
The draft's most pro-ready WR, imo. Fast, physical, precise and a TD machine.
3a. Aaron Dobson WR
Tall, fast receiver with great timing on the catch and good YAC ability.
3b. M. Hyde CB
Under-rated CB who is excellent in press man and has the pace to stay in his WRs hip pocket
4. O. Uzzi OG
Mobile, strong guard suited to ZBS. Not big enough for man schemes so should be there in the 4th. Anchor of an O-line that averages around 300yds rushing.
5. J. Stoneburner TE
Playing out of position at WR this season, Stoneburner is a great all-round TE - probably the most under-rated in the draft.
6. D. Square DT (/DE)
Needs 20 more pounds or so to play DT. Anchors the inside well, but has good penetration ability too and an eye for a sack. A leader and has the work ethic.
7. K. Alonso ILB
This guy has mid-round talent, so I'm banking on past character concerns and him being a PAC-12 player in the shadow of Dion Jordan and Michael Clay to slide. It's probably unlikely, but there are a lot of LBs in this draft. Alonso is always around the ball, decisive, physical and holds off blockers or snags opponents with very long arms.