Personally I hope JJ and company are trying to have our OL look like : Smith, Warmack/Cooper, Costa/Cook/Berny, Livings/Berny/Free, and Vollmer/Parnell. This lineup provides options and/or depth. I know some of you guys aren't high on Berny, understandably so, but I think he played pretty well when he filled in at center and could be a good depth player. Free obviously needs to be cut if unwilling to take a significant pay cut. We can't forget about Leary, our undrafted guy with knee problems who is supposed to have a lot of potential, although maybe only a short term solution.
With our first round pick going to Warmack/Cooper, I would love to go after a NT in the second unless there is a hell of an OL player left. I'll be honest that I am not too familiar with the defensive players that should be around when we pick in the second. If we get a NT we can let Spencer walk, sign Osi and move Ratliff over if he is kept. Remember we got Crawford last year who the coaches are high on and he apparently fits Kiffin's system well.
Not signing Spencer saves a lot of money and may allow us to go after Vollmer and possibly Reggie Bush. He is a free agent, but who knows if he will be franchise tagged or how much money he will be looking to get. I think Blount, the Buccaneers' backup RB is a FA as well, and he would be an improvement as a back-up to Murray.
If no RB is acquired in FA, we need to take a RB or S, maybe a WR if the player is really good/talented in the third round of the draft.
RB/S (whichever we don't get in the third) or WR in the fourth