Gota get a feel how people see things shaping up, what better way than to begin this process as Texans roll into what could be their first playoff run in franchise history. No sense in resting on our laurels now, so lets keep this thing going. Shocking I still went defensive early, yeah I know they're doing so well too. Also despite the outstanding effort & work of the OL I still see a need to address this with two picks as well. Injury's are a concern & without quality back-up OL/DL players Rick/Kubiak stand a chance of losing everything they worked so hard to attain, if a starter/key players become injured & taken out of the game in key situations. First Round: Alameda Taamu, NT, Washington, 6024 336 NFL two gap nose tackle. Size, strength, temperament. Only sure fire starting NT in this draft adds great interest around the league to 3-4 teams easily helping push his stock into the first round. Cody may fit in Wade Phillips system & I must admit he had done admirably so far but the middle of Texans run defense is still suspect, by having a true beast to disrupt blocking schemes, he would keep the LBs clean, eliminating those frustrating medium length gains. Second Round: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers, 6020 215 Playmaker can play the slot, outside, in the backfield or across the middle. Athletic, powerful RB build with outstanding leaping ability & red zone proficiency. Can also return on special teams, improving route runner can plant & cut on breaks, second gear, and excellent hands/ball control. Gives Texans a legit #2 WR without breaking the bank. Third Round: Kevin Zeitler, OT/OG, Wisconsin, 6034 322 Excellent pulling guard with tackle pass-pro skills. Experience across the line. Gives Texans immediate starter @ RG & someone who can flex to tackle if needed for depth purposes. Every teams needs an OL like him for this reason. Fourth Round: Chris Galippo, ILB, USC, 6016 252 Cushing clone. Very sound fundamentals with elite quickness/recognition skills & strong. This would round out Texans ILBs with a strong group for the long haul, Cushing, DeMeco, Sharpton & Galippo. Fifth Round: Brett Roy, OLB, Nevada 6030 280 Plays DT for Wolf Pack but projects to 5 tech DE in the NFL. High motor guy like Watt, really pressures the QB a lot with his hands in the air, never quitting on plays. Jamison is developing nicely, was a dynamic player too @ Michigan but he is more a sub for Antonio while Roy would be a back-up for Watt. Sixth Round: Cody Johnson, FB, Texas, 5110 250 Vickers has been a bust & I miss Vonta Leach. Red zone efficiency base is a sound, solid power running attack in short spaces. Arian could use some help up close & if he cant go Cody has made a living in short yardage situations. Seventh Round: Grant Garner, C, Oklahoma State, 6030 290 Meyers has been both durable & steady. This is a developmental pick to groom behind him since every guy who tries to fill his back-up slot seems to get injured or cut. Texans are a little thin here so its a good idea to invest in a quality person who can someday be a starter.