Given that we really don't know what we're going to have, I think I'd like to see us just draft the absolute best prospect/best overall prospect in regards to their position. If Claiborne isn't there I don't want to see us "settle" for whoever they're calling the #2CB. But I personally think Floyd is the best WR in the draft over Blackmon, but I still don't think we need it.
I'm thinking either Kuechly (LB), Coples (DE), or DeCastro (G) with the first. All three of these players would definitely make an impact, and either of the defenders could help with potential 3-4 packages. My opinion, Kuechly (imo the sure fire best LB in the draft) could do 3-4 packages as an ILB, or he could just do rotations with Davis for OLB. Also, I think he's a good insurance plan if Beason turns out to be worse off than expect. Coples has some downside, but I think he has a huge upside that we can't overlook.
As far as the 2nd pick, I think just pick the player who you think will absolutely play in the NFL. This way, I think you're almost guaranteed to have two great additions. Then, 4th pick needs to be CB. Josh Norman, Donnie Fletcher, and Jamell Fleming could all be available, and even though they're not big names, they have potential.