Hey, it’s me, the guy who has been shouting for a month that there are more teams than people realize who like James > Minkah Fitzpatrick in this league. Let’s just guess it’s the Bucs, who have a whole lot of needs on defense.I had Marshon Lattimore as my No. 4 overall player last year. I have his former college teammate, Ward, high (not that high but pretty darned high) and just a few ticks below where Lattimore would be if they were in the same draft class. They’re not; Lattimore was absolute theft last year at No. 11 to the Saints, and pretty much everyone knew it then. Washington landing Ward here would be the same kind of how-did-this happen scenario that would somehow make Bruce Allen look smart.Right now, they might as well be starting Dwight from Ashwaubenon at corner. I think this pick comes down to Jackson or Louisville’s Jaire Alexander, a fast riser. If Ted Thompson was picking between them, I suspect he’d lean toward Jackson. Will new draft picker Brian Gutekunst change the team’s methods slightly? This could be a telling little pick here, if this is how it plays out.Matt Patricia might not strike us as much of a runner, but he should sprint this damned card up to … well, who ever handles the draft cards and all that. Landry might have taken a step backward last season while playing hurt, but no one would know that better than the Lions’ new defensive consigliere, Paul Pasqualoni, Landry’s position coach the past two seasons in Chestnut Hill. Landry could be an instant upgrade for the pass-rush need and perhaps replace Ziggy Ansah in a year.Good lord, Alexander is still on the board? He’s good, and he would fill a much-needed spot opposite James Bradberry as a starter from the get-go. GM Marty Hurney has a really high slugging percentage on his first-round picks, and he would have a good chance to beef it up here with a top-20 prospect.Here comes the mini-Bama run. Even though his production was not that great in college, Payne is a really good interior presence to help replace Dontari Poe on a unit that’s suddenly too thin. Imagine Payne and Grady Jarrett working over NFC South guards and centers. That would be nice.If you’re going to invest in Kirk Cousins, you might as well insulate the dude. McGlinchey is a Mike Zimmer/Tony Sparano kind of lineman, kind of in that Doug Free mold, and the Vikings will want to improve their depth up front. The line was pretty good last year, but there has been talk about kicking Mike Remmers inside if they can find an upgrade at right tackle. McGlinchey might not be a premier athlete, but he is tough and consistent. If they want a guard instead, Will Hernandez is in play.