What? You're paying a QB 2nd round salary to sit on the bench for four seasons? I don't think he'll even end up selected on day one, let alone round 2, pick 2. Don't let that 43:1 TD to INT ratio fool you. He was a great college player, who probably doesn't measure up in the pros.
#2 - Josh Johnson, QB San Diego U
Yes I said QB!! You need one capable of playing more than Dog Meat on Sunday afternoons while waiting for Drew Bennett to get open... after Marc Bulger cracks another bone... and this kid is smart, accurate, and mobile... And now that we are going to have an OC named Al Saunders... who can do more than trade away real QB talent... it makes sense. When Bulger runs out of bones in 4 years, Johnson will be ready to FLAME ON! ...This is probably too much "sense" for the Shawshancked Triumvirate... But a great move none the less. PLUS he might even still be there at #2 in the Second Round!!!
He's another one of these statistical standouts, like QB Josh Johnson, who was great in college, but because of his size and his weight, doesn't translate well to the NFL. A move to safety may be beneficial, but realistically, he'd have to be in a cover 2 system to succeed as a 'backer, much like those run in Tampa and Indy. Here's where you look at WR, QB, SS, and OT.
#3 - Wesley Woodyard, SS, Kentucky
So he isn't one of those 6'4" pass catching pretty boys from Oklahoma or Kansas, but he might still be there when the RAMS take the second guy in Round 3, and after all... isn't that the important thing?!