The Ideal draft that hits all the major needs in my opinion that could very well be where we pick
1. DE Kony Ealy Mizzouri or DT Timmy Jernnigan Florida State University
2. G Xavier Su'A-Filo UCLA or G Cyril Richardson Baylor or DT Rashad Hageman Minnesota
3. RB Carlos Hyde Ohio State University or DE Michael Sam Mizzouri or DE Jackson Jeffcoat Texas
4. S Deion Bailey USC
5. DT Daniel Mccullers Tennessee or RB Deanthony Thomas Oregon
7. WR Jalen Saunders Oklahoma or WR Cody Lattimer Indiana
7. S Sean Parker Washington or CB Aaron Colvin Oklahoma
7. OLB Devon Kennard USC or OLB Denicos Allen Michigan State University
1st Round DT is a main concern up front so Jernnigan being an instant starter could be nice, BUT Demarcus Ware should get cut in my opinion tough one to swallow since he is a Dallas Legend, but need to cut our ties making DE Kony Ealy the ideal pick to be an instant replacement seeing as how we get Crawford and Bass back off injury to see how they both perform.
Second would be a Guard whether its Su'A-Filo who might not be there then Cyril Richardson from Baylor is another option but Dallas loves offense and a Guard to put next to Tyron Smith for years of dominance would be nice. Unless Hageman of Minnesota is still hanging around then definitely take a look at him, but word on the street is Pittsburg loves him and they are going for him.
3rd Has me at a cross roads because DE has nice depth here with Michael Sam or Jackson Jeffcoat. Sam is the better player on the field, but keeping a Texas boy in state is always huge for the fans and morale. I don't see Sam being gay being an issue with this team, but this locker room doesn't have the best GM nor Coaching staff to take on that type of media just yet. I could live with either DE honestly if we do go DT in the first. The best coverage for a team is a pass rush. I still feel Kony Ealy is the smart choice in the first making Carlos Hyde a very underrated pick here in the 3rd. He is decent at blocking, and can smack a hole at 1000 miles per hour. He is patient and was already in an NFL ready offense under Urban Meyer. Me being a Michigan State student makes me biased to say he needs work, but what RB not being a 1st round pick doesn't? Would gel well in this offense, and can be a nice change of pace with Demarco making that a very scary 1, 2 punch.
4th Plain and simple here. SAFETY has been a massive concern ever since Darren Woodson retired. We lived in a fantasy world where Roy Williams was the answer. Had his ups and downs filled in well, but we had to let him go. No one else has yet to fill in. Barry Church is still young and learning and shows Great promise to be a solid Safety. The only problem is unless we move Brandon Carr to the other safety we don't have the personnel to play Cover 2. Making Deion Bailey from USC an easy selection. Calvin Pryor hasn't played a high powered offense, nor had to cover TE's or WR's with big size and blazing speed. Ha Ha Clinton Dix is nice but not worth a first round pick. Deion will need to be shaped, but he will also push competition for JJ Wilcox and Matt Johnson to get better. Its a win win situation.
5th is a crucial pick here for the fact we have no 6th round pick. QB could be nice if Aaron Murray was still around but I don't see him lasting that long. This is where DT Daniel Mccullers to fit in, he has amazing size to stop the run, but fast hands to get a solid push for a pass rush. Could work in the rotation really well and for a 5th round pick wouldn't be the biggest investment. If we do go DT in the earlier rounds then why not get an electrifying RB in Deanthony Thomas? He is the next Darren Sproles from a top notch program, and has played for Chip Kelly so that insight wouldn't hurt. Home run ability and a change of pace from Demarco Murray.
7th round has so much depth talent that can fill needs at Linebacker, WR seeing as how we should cut Miles Austin June 1st, another Safety or RB, maybe some DL potential here and there too. I felt that it would be best to pick up Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma or Cody Lattimer Indiana for that #4 spot, then follow it up with some depth I like Sean Parker at Safety from Washington, Pac 12 threw the ball a lot and had serious speed, he flew all over the field, needs better technique and to hit the weight room but coaching can make him a solid back up and a camp star. CB Aaron Colvin out of Oklahoma can be the next Scandrick with below average size, but quick feet and solid vision. Then go for depth at the Linebacker OLB Devon Kennard from USC is a great fit in our system with his athleticism. Stating again I bleed Green and White so OLB Denicos Allen has been an animal for the top Defense in the country the last 3 years running. Michigan State has a great program, and he is well coached. He doesn't have the ideal measurables, but you can't measure talent and knowledge. He is a football player and is just like a Bruce Carter but more violent and in the 7th Round why not give the kid a chance