however he also won't win games with a game clutching interception or fumble.
How do you know he won't? He has the ability to, as he proved against Clemson in that triple overtime thriller his freshman year, coming up with the game-winning INT.
At #12, my top 10 targets would be the following in order:
1. Keith Rivers (Perfect WILL and Ian Gold replacement)
2. Dan Connor (Very solid but not as athletic as Rivers)
3. Kenny Phillips
4. Chris Williams (I actually like him better than Clady - only gave up 1 sack this season playing in the SEC, a conference with far superior talent than the WAC.)
5. Ryan Clady
6. Phillip Merling (Wright compares him to Trevor Pryce - wouldn't mind having that back)
7. DeSean Jackson (brings a downfield threat and a dangerous PR, could be a great #2 receiver ala Bernard Berrian)
8. Rashard Mendenhall (just because he will be great IMO.)
9. Jonathan Stewart (just a notch below Mendenhall)
10. Derrick Harvey (kinda weak against the run but is a great pass-rusher)
Trading down is preferable though, for reasons repeated plenty of times. Get additional picks, better value, etc.
In the off-chance we trade up (probably with New England IMO), either Dorsey or Ellis would no doubt be the target.