If Glenn Dorsey fails as a DE, and Ndamukong Suh has an expected season, he has to be #1 on our draft board. He is 6-4, and fit's best as a 5-tech. Most of the early mock drafts right now have him as a top 5 pick. If he is somehow available at our spot, he would have to be strongly considered. (If he has the season expected of him, and if Dorsey fails.)
Pioli drafted D-Line in New England, with Ty Warren, Richard Seymour (Who Suh is often compared to), and Vince Wilfork.
I don't see any solid NT's in this draft, the only one I can see is Terrence Cody, who lacks decent stamina, and looks to only be a 2 down player. He is 6-5, which may be too big for a 3-4 Nose tackle. He has such a big frame though, he pulls it off, even with a high center of gravity. He won't be a first round pick, in my mind anyways.
Here is Walter Football's scouting report of Ndamukong Suh: http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2010nsuh.php
Anyways, right now, my mock for us would have to be:
1. Ndamukong Suh, DE/DT, Nebraska
2a. Micah Johnson, ILB, Kentucky <-- the best 3-4 ILB in this draft. Good at everything, and has great explosiveness. Brandon Spikes is overrated.
2b. Charles Brown, OT, USC. <-- 6'6, strong RT. Good in both pass and run blocking.
3. Eric Decker, WR, Minnesota. <-- Could be a great slot WR. Has great speed, and I see him as Wes Welker 2.0
The rest of the picks are pointless to predict. Each year, a lot of prospects come out of nowhere, and achieve rounds 4-7 status.
So basically, just keep Suh on your radar for this season.