Can I vote none of the above? If Patterson makes it this far, I see an outstanding trade down scenario with Minnesota, with two #1's and looking to replace Percy Harvin. I'd take 1/25 and their 2 to move down and fill holes.
Other trade downs? I'd be on the phone with anybody who didn't take a QB round 1 who might be interested in dealing back into the first round, similar to how Baltimore did to get to 1/19 to take Flacco. Denver was similar with Tebow, Cleveland with Brady Quinn, but we won't remind people of those moves... let them have the starry eyed dream of finding their Super Bowl winning diamond in the rough while we stock up on picks in value slots for WR, S, RB, LB, and DT in rounds 2 and 3. Cap friendly deals for capable players all around. This is the year to move down.
Jacksonville, Philly, Buffalo, Arizona could all be possibilities, and for them, taking their QB late R1 rather than with their top 10 pick helps them lock up their QB of the future longer and for less against the cap as well, potentially worth, say, a 2,3, and 5.
Geno Smith with the huge surprise!
People who are saying trade down are being a bit wishful... It's not that easy. Everyone wants to trade down, especially at that point. Like I said, Cooper would be BPA but there simply is no room unless I'm missing something (e.g. Pouncey's contract ends soon and we can't afford him in the future). I would personally not hate such a move BTW.
I think Cooper is the BPA, but Jones is really an enticing option. He has some risk, but also a great track record of production. Early in the process, I liked the idea of Vaccaro, but I'd prefer to grab a safety in the second or third.