I recently had a post discussing the draft strategy of only drafting players on one side of the ball. My theory was that if completed 2 years in a row, enough talented playmakers should be on the team to lead to a very talented team. HEres my all offense mock.
Round 1: Eric Fischer, LT Central Michigan
No explanation needed
Round 2: Larry Warford, OG Kentucky
Solid Day 1 starter at RG
Round 3: Travis Frederick, C Wisconsin
I truly better he could overtake Dom for the starting center spot immediately
Round 4 (compensatory): Dion Sims, TE Michigan St.
Solid TE depth for this year. I believe that the following year we will resign Pettigrew and let Tony walk, which paves the way for Sims to be our TE2
Round 5: Marquis Goodwin, WR Texas
Contrary to popular believe, I do not believe we need a top flight WR to use in the draft, Rather, I think we could get better value in the middle rounds for a speedster. I think that Goodwin's speed will definitely open up opportunities for Calvin to keep the defense on their toes.
Round 6: Onterio McCalebb, RB/WR Auburn
Can be lined up multiple ways and can be used in returning.
Round 7: Ricky Wagner, OG/T Wisconsin
Can be used as depth on the line. Played mostly tackle in college, but would probably be better at OG. Can be a starter eventually
Round 7 (compensatory): Brandon Kaufman, WR Eastern Washington
Big Bodied guy who could be a good red zone threat. With his size, he might be able to line up at tight end as well