The market has spoken. With a fairly deep draft, few teams were willing to trade down, given the value of 2nd and 3rd round picks. Apparently Ozzie was unimpressed with the lower picks he was offered for pick 17. So while it was great to land a player as good as Mosley, the problem we face now is too many needs and not enough draft picks as ammo.
Basically, we have to give up on at least one position on our wish list: we can't get a top FS, RT, CB, RB, TE *and* WR.
48 OT JOEL BITONIO NEVADA
I would say the highest priority is RT. I picked Bitonio, but I could also go for Mehwort, Tiny Richardson, or Fleming here (I assume Moses will be gone).
79 WR JARVIS LANDRY LSU
At this pick, we might also find Latimer and Martavis Bryant, among others. Landry plays like a Raven, moves the chains, and helps the running game.
99 RB BISHOP SANKEY WASHINGTON
RBs will start coming off the board here. It's now or never to get a solid, 3-down RB.
134 TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ IOWA
Amaro and Niklas are long gone at this slot. CFJ might be gone by this point, too. We need his blocking ability and to groom him as Owen Daniels' replacement.
138 CB AARON COLVIN OKLAHOMA
Best CB available. He might have to start on the PUP list with his ACL, but he's 1st rd talent and his injury is reportedly not too serious. Also has safety experience.
175 S DEZMEN SOUTHWARD WISCONSIN
Great measurables at his pro day (4.3 40, 42" vert). Slipped under radar because he missed the combine. Can play safety and CB. Obviously he's no Ed Reed, but at a minimum, adds depth.
194 DE JOSH MAURO STANFORD
Compared to Brett Keisel. Showed improvement at pro day after combine. Hard worker, nice value at this spot, and helps replace Art Jones.