We have seven picks in the draft, with probably more on the way. Keep in mind: This mock is based on information and picks we have at the moment. With that said, let's begin. Round 1, pick 1: Glenn Dorsey, DT, Lousiana State or Vernon Gholston, DE, Ohio State - Right now, I'm torn between the two. Both of them have a knack at getting to the quarterback and both of them know how to stop the run. They both are also known for their high motor. Gholston has the advantage with his ability to drop into coverage (not a knock against Dorsey. I don't think there are many defensive tackles, if any, that are known for coverage). Both of them are great linemen and both of them, at the moment, are worth the pick. Round 2, Pick 1: Charles Godfrey, CB, Iowa - This kind of tricky since Godfrey has a chance of being a first rounder or second rounder. This corner is known for his tackling, ammasing 83 and 65 tackles in his junior and senior year, respectively. He also recorded five interceptions and nine pass deflections, covering receivers such as James Hardy. This pick will give someone to start opposite of Will Allen and improve our secondary. Round 2, Pick 24: Martin Rucker, TE, Missouri - People say that the tight end is a young/developing quarterback's best friend. If that is the case, John Beck barely has friends in that position. David Martin has been inconsistent and Justin Peelle, admirable as he may be, is more of a blocking tight end (or even an H-Back). Picking Martin Rucker will help John Beck's development. He has great size (6'6" 255lbs) and is known for his great hands. He is also has great speed for his position and could be used as a redzone target. Round 3, Pick 1: Mike McGlynn, OT, Pittsburgh - While our line has been playing pretty good, a couple of positions do need an injection of youth. One of them is the right tackle position. With Anthony Alabi gaining, than losing, his starting position, we'll need a right tackle of the future. Mike McGlynn has been a mainstay on Pitts' line. He's part of a line that protected Tyler Palko and helped paved the way for freshman tailback LeSean McCoy. He also has great size at 6'5" 315lbs. Round 4, Pick 1: Mike Klinkenborg, ILB, Iowa - Zach Thomas, unfortunately, is going to retire eventually. We need someone that could be groomed behind him. Mike Klikenborg racks up a lot of tackles, putting up a junior season that included 129 tackles. This guy is also very smart, being a 2006 Academic All-American. Combine him with Thomas's tutelage and we may have the ILB of the future. Round 5, Pick 1: Traded to Kansas City for QB Trent Green. Round 6, Pick 1: Brian Witherspoon, CB, Stillman - This is somewhat wishful thinking. There's a fifty chance he might not be here with this pick. (Freakin' Cheifs trade). He is a Division II All-American and he also runs a 4.25 40, though he is more known for his track acheivements. While we COULD use this pick elsewhere, but it's very hard to pass up potetential like this. Round 7, Pick 1: Angelo Craig, DE, Cincinatti - Also a pick that has upside, Angelo Craig is known for forcing fumbles, at one point forcing three fumbles against West Virginia and returning one for a touchdown against Syracuse. He also recorded eight tackles for loss and three sacks. He has the atheleticism and the size to be move to OLB (6'5" 245lbs).