Well I don't really see us going OT that early in the draft. Just looking at the recent drafts, and looking at the players that are considered to be the "prototypical" Gibbs-type OTs, I would say we will probably go OT in Round 3 or 4 at the earliest. Here are where teh Gibbs-type OTs went in recent drafts with heights and weights in ():
2004: Adrian Jones, 4th/#132, to Jets (6-5/296)
2004: Jake Scott, 5th/#141, to Colts (6-5/281)
2004: Marko Cavka, 6th/#178, to Jets (6-7/294)
2003: Wade Smith, 3rd/#78, to Dolphins (6-4/294)
2003: Lance Nimmo, 4th/#130, to Bucs (6-5/303)
2003: Makoa Freitas, 6th/#208, to Colts (6-4/307)
2003: Tim Provost, 6th/#209, to Dolphins (6-5/299)
2002: Jeff Hatch, 3rd/#78, to Giants (6-6/296)
2002: Matt Hill, 5th/#171, to Seahawks (6-5/298)
2002: Tyson Walter, 6th/#179, to Cowboys (6-4/300)
2002: Joaquin Gonzalez, 7th/#227, to Browns (6-4/290)
2002: Kevin Shaffer, 7th/#245, to Falcons (6-5/290)
2002: Kyle Kosier, 7th/#249, to 49ers (6-5/293)
2001: Kenyatta Walker, 1st/#14, to Bucs (6-5/311)
2001: Mathias Nkwenti, 4th/#111, to Steelers (6-4/293)
2001: Bernard Robertson, 5th/#138, to Bears (6-3/305)
2001: Shawn Draper, 5th/#156, to Dolphins (6-3/300)
2001: Dennis Norman, 7th/#222, to Seahawks (6-4/305)
As you can tell, only 3 players that I feel are/were good fits for Gibbs at OT were taken on the first day. For the most part, these are players that are rarely taken in the Top 100 picks, usually because they are seen as too small at OT, and most teams would move them inside, but as you probably know, most NFL teams prefer the massive 330-pound guards to the ones that are only in the 290-300 range, and that's why a lot of these guys fall into Rounds 4, 5, 6, and 7.
So basically my thinking is that we're probably not going to go OT until Round 3 at the earliest, just based on recent draft trends. Which I think puts us in a good position to draft other positions such as DB and DL in the first 2 or so rounds.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.