Thanks. Some feel like Wentz at #20 is too risky but I highly doubt that he'll be there when we pick in the 2nd round. Also, from now to the draft this kid will have every opportunity to convince the naysayers or make them feel like they were correct on their initial assessment. Its the same with my perspective. I go through this every year. I start off loving a guy then find other talent and my mock in January never looks like what I have in my last mock in April-May. I will say this though, Wentz looks like he will be on my mock throughout the offseason, and if he impresses he may be off my mock because he may rocket up boards to the point where I feel he may not even be available. I think for the people willing to look past and ignore his "competition" they'll see a special type of talent in Wentz. I am concerned though. Im no special scout person. Im just a guy who likes to watch player tape on the internet. These GM's and coaches for teams like the 49er's, Dallas, Chicago, Rams, Lions etc. will all see Wentz and someone is going to see the difference between this guy and the "Top tier" QB's in the upcoming draft and may take a chance on drafting him and sitting him behind their current starter. Wentz doesnt look like the QB you throw to the fire day one given the jump in talent, but based on his skillset if you're in a position to have him sit behind a starter like a Jay Cutler, Kaep, Stafford and you're willing to take the "now unpopular road" of developing your 1st round talent then Wentz could really turn into something. If we're going to stick with Fitzpatrick then I would prefer this, if we're going to move on from Fitz then it better be because Geno has really shown something or because we traded for Glennon. Other than that I'd take this guy at #20 if available. But yea, I hope the Bucs seen enough in Winston to move forward from Glennon. He's very valuable to him given that we just spoke about the #2 position, the problem is, because he was once a starter and other teams have seen/inquired about him he's going to walk next season and the Bucs would have gotten nothing. Might as well get something for him. He's not like a Ryan Nassib who only plays in the preseason (though impressive). He's not on anyone's radar because he's a mystery. The only team who knows what Nassib is IS the Giants. As for the other positions, we have some nice RB's coming out this year that could be had in the 2nd/3rd rounds. I havent really looked deeply into the OL situation outside of Stanley (who I wanted us to draft last season if he left school) and the LT from Ole'Miss. Now that guy has some light feet for a LT. He's quick and I can see why he's projected to be the #1 pick in the draft. Sorry for the long rant, its the offseason and im already excited for free agency, trades and the draft!