In response to PatsEng's comment:
So my thinking right now. I've almost convinced myself you need to take a DT or TE in the 1st this year. Mainly because when you start to get into the late 2nd the talent really starts to drop off at those positions. So knowing that, BB will most likely take a punter or another CB. But right now pre-combine my ideal draft would be (assuming 2 6ths and a 7th as compensation):
1st - If Nix falls into the 20's (something I doubt would happen) I'd move up to get Nix. Since that's doubtful in my mind it comes down to how BB feels about Hagemans potential. If he sees the Watt upside in Hageman and says well there's my Watt at value I could easily see him taking Hageman. However, that comes the risk of him failing, not to mention after the senior bowl Hageman's stock has been on the decline so Hageman might actually be had in the mid to late 2nd. A safer pick for BB might Amaro. He's got the size BB likes in TE's, has Gronk catching ability up the seem, and is an above average blocking TE. He's a perfect fit with Gronk in a 2 TE system and if Gronk goes down can be a #1 TE in a 1 TE set.
2nd - If BB goes DT with the 1st I'd expect him to grab a TE in the 2nd as the talent really starts to drop off quickly. Fiedorowicz is the first name that comes to mind for me. BB has stayed in contact with Hern's brother (Fiedorowicz TE coach) and BB has been to a number of his practices. There is a lot to like from Fiedorowicz, he's a solid all around TE. He might not blow you away in the passing game or bully DL in the running game but he just does his job quietly. Except for draftniks he might also be a guy most people don't know about and scratch their heads. Niklas is another name to watch out for. Niklas has huge upside and honestly if not for the great upfront TE talent in this draft he'd be in discussion for a 1st round pick. Of course if they go TE in the first I'd go DT in the 2nd. There is that remote possibility Hageman drops this far if his combine doesn't go great but the name to watch out for is DaQuan Jones. For some reason BB likes Jones's they are like pokemon to him. But this DT Jones can play. He's been a hot name in the 2nd for good reason. Of course BB always surprises us in the 2nd so a RG or C is not out of question with Travis Swanson the #1 C on the board.
3rd - Here I would be looking DB and Exum would be my guy. If not for injury issues he'd be a fringe 1st rounder so two rounds back makes sense for him. Well worth the risk as he has the size to play SS, the speed to play FS, and the coverage ability to play CB. He's the ultimate swing player in teh DB when healthy. A late 3rd round seems like a good spot to take an injury risk player with tons of upside. I've also heard Lynch attached to this spot but I would hold off on him as the homesick DE might fall into day 3 in many coaches eyes. Coleman the Rutgers WR also seems like a good fit here as well as Yankey the G/T from Princton and Walker G/T from USC
4th - Now this is where I'd look at OL. The meat of the OL seems to be in the 3-5 range this year. You have Walker, Bitonio, Flemming, Larsen, Ikard take your choice all have starter upside. This is also the area to take a chance on a kid like McCullers for DT. The size alone is worth the risk but it depends on how they feel about Siliga though doubling down on DT might be a good idea this year.
6th/7th - We might have 4 6th round picks and 2 in the 7th and there is a lot of good sleepers out there in this range. Some of my personal favorites Jon Don Duncan TE, Isaiah Crowell RB, this is where I'd grab Lynch if available, Hoffman WR, Neutz WR, Morris LB/S, McGill CB. Personally with 6 picks in the last 2 rounds and 4 in the 6th I'd take a look at a high upside WR to compete with Harrison in camp, a 3rd down pass catching back to backup Vereen, and either a pass rushing specialist or an extra TE. Then the remainder big and nastiest on the OL. There are a number of high upside OL who have dropped because of injury. If you can get day 2 talent in the back of the draft injury concerns aren't a problem for me. Even if 2 turn into nothing possible getting a starting caliber OL in the back of the draft is worth that risk, just not at the beginning of the draft.
I have similar thoughts in Rd's 1-4... DT/TE early, target value/upside in Rd 3 (love Exum) in Rd 3 target an interior OL on Day 3 (assuming you don't move on Martin in Rd 1 or Richburg on Day 2)... love Bitonio and ND's Chris Watt.