I like to grab guys where position scarcity is an issue first. That said, Rollins is probably the one that I cringe the most at taking (perhaps because I am a Met fan, who knows). If Utley is available, I would absolutely take him first. His hip seems to be fine and he is swinging away in ST.
Unless I am ending up with Sizemore/Braun/Hamilton, I take the infielder for 10th overall pick. Kinsler is another option, if he is available. I don't think it is too crazy to take him with either 10th or 11th overall. Personally, I take Kinsler over Rollins too (but Utley over Kinsler), because while SS might be a little more difficult to replace than 2B, I like Kinsler for contributing well this year. Rollins I have less faith in for a "bounce back" year.
I've given that a thought (drafting Utley/Kinsler and Rollins).
It would obviously make it a lot easier to fill out my lineup by capitalizing on the depth in SP, 1B, and OF.
My plan right now is to pick 9 bats out of my first 10 picks and try to build as solid an offense as I can. So this would definitely help, but taking two injury prone low MI who don't provide great OBP and SLG would be risky.
Rollins has moved so far up my draft board that I'm considering taking him at 6 instead of Sizemore or Braun. Rollins was going around 6 last season but didn't put up 1st round numbers. The reason was he had a high ankle sprain early in the season that caused him to miss around 25 games. After the season ended, he pretty much admitted that the ankle was an issue all season.
I see very little difference between Reyes and Rollins this season. Reyes more SB's and possibly a little higher average, Rollins even with Reyes in runs, HR's and RBI's. That combined with the dropoff after Rollins to a guy like Furcal has me really considering him at 6.