For now, the New England Patriots have two selections in each of the first four rounds of the 2011 draft.
When I say "for now," I don't necessarily mean they could potentially trade some of those picks. There's a good chance they'll accumulate more.
The Patriots have their own picks plus these:
Second-rounder from Carolina Panthers (from trade at this year's draft).
ESPN draft experts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay weighed in with their thoughts on what the Patriots should do with those assets.
Kiper recommended the Patriots infuse some youth onto an aging offense. Kiper said the Patriots can come away with a quality running back and wide receiver and perhaps find a replacement for Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins.
McShay predicted the Patriots will concentrate on defense because they don't have a track record of effectively drafting running backs or receivers in the first round.
ESPN Stats & Information took a look at what type of player the Patriots could expect to draft with the third-round pick they acquired for Moss.