It sounds like a good idea but is OL one of the most difficult to assess when it comes to their success in NFL? It seems like the Cardinals have never really hit on O-line in the 1st (I think Humphries is just servisible) It seems like O-linemen taken a little later almost have as good of odds working out. I think I would choose Simmons, and if not there then try to trade down a little bit but I'm not so sure there would be any takers. I do like best available player unless there is a big gap in player ratings. I do think that O-line is the second most position to QB because if you don't have a good O-line you can get your most valuable position (QB) hurt. If you have a so-so defense it usually doesn't as big of a chain reaction as a bad O-line I believe. Maybe because of the uncertainty of O-lineman in the draft it would be best to trade draft picks to a team with a good Olineman? Of course we're about out of cap space now..