Just a few thoughts on some of these positions (as someone with no insight and training, I trust you more knowledgeable guys to provide expert analysis). One thing about TE and the pick of Gesicki...I keep hearing people bemoaning about Dallas Goedert still being on the board. I get it. Goedert was an attractive player to all of us. I was a big fan of DG. BUT...one thing we know about this Front Office...they like BIG SCHOOL players. They just do. Gesicki was a productive TE on a team with the best running back in the country. He was a superior athlete playing against much better competition. This FO is going to take that profile over Goedert's every single time. I've touched on AJ Derby already in other posts, so I won't repeat it, except to say I am keeping a close eye on him. Hopefully he's great for 3rd TE and someone else is even better! Defensive End--completely stacked, we should be very good there. But we could be just average, as well. If Quinn isn't fully healthy, if Wake's age starts showing, if Charles Harris doesn't flip the switch, then we are sort of...meh. Hopefully, none of that happens and its a real strength of this team. I liked Cameron Malveaux last year out of Houston and I think he could be a really good player for us. He could end up replacing William Hayes or even Andre Branch. It's developing these kinds of players that hopefully in the future keep us from giving mediocre players big money. Develop your own mediocre players. I actually think CM could be more than mediocre for us. OL is going to be interesting. I would love to see Asiata jump up and be a force. It seems like he could be a nasty mauler. Hopefully he'll watch Josh Sitton and do his best to emulate him. I've talked about Eric Smith--he'll have to beat Sam Young for a roster spot. There again, we don't need ES to be great, just be better than a journeyman. Linebacker--I am actually bullish on these guys. I like Chase Allen at Sam. I think it would be a huge mistake to move Kiko to SLB. Keep him at Will. Best case is Raekwon will do great at MLB. Then we have Stephone Anthony who has skills. This is not an average prospect--he's better than that. He needs coaching, he needs to improve his recognition, but we have a young group of LBs...they all need that. These are four interesting grouping that I am going to be watching closely in camp. There is alot to like about this team. IF IF IF...Tannehill stays healthy.