Here's what I would do in the draft. Luckily it's not up to me.
No. 17: We give it to the Bucs along with no. 125 and get no. 20 and no. 84. We take Gabe Carimi with our first pick. Tom Brady needs to stay on his feet and it seems teams prefer Castonzo so Carimi might still be on the board. The way Carimi bullied D-lines and the fact that he could plausibly play left or right convinced me of his worth.
No. 28: We trade this pick and no. 92 for the Eagles' no.23 and no. 150. This way we jump New Orleans and Baltimore and grab Cameron Heyward. Tremendous football intelligence. High motor.
No. 33: Trade to Tennessee along with no. 150 in return for no.39, no. 130 and a 2012 second round pick. We take Brooks Reed at 39. Solid value pick in a very average LB class.
No. 60: Should be a lot of guards left to compete with Dan Connolly for a starting job. William Rackley, Rodney Hudson, maybe even Ben Ijalana.
Picks after trades and first two rounds: Nos. 74, 84, 130, 159, 193, 2012 2nd rounder.
Personally I think, or hope, that next year Taylor Price becomes the fast, strong receiver I saw in the Miami game. Brandon Tate was injured in 2009 so 2010 was basically his rookie year. He has shown glimpses of lightning speed and caught a brilliant leaping catch halfway through the season and is bound to become better. With the offensive and defensive lines shored up we can get a shifty running back and a center or slot corner in the 3rd round. Late round picks can be used to get backups in any position or packaged to get into the fourth round and get a what ever we didn't address in the third or the picks can be used on potential sleepers or traded for future picks.