This is a Texan only mock, with no 7th round pick due to Walters. This is post-FA. I do not feel like looking at each team's needs and likely picks. No trades will be included in this draft, but I feel we SHOULD trade down, but we are too stupid to do that. 1. Bush - As much as I think we don't need him, he will bring a new dimension to our team. He is quick and light on his feet with superb vision. Well built for his size, but will not get bigger. He has a very low ceiling, but he also has a low floor. He is what he is, and he will not change much. I do not like this pick, but I am trying now to accept this moronic move. 2. Eric Winston - He was one of the faster and more agile OT's at the combine and at the Senior Bowl week. His upper body strength is not ideal, but he is very mobile, even when he is not fully recovered. He has a nasty streak, and can play RT. He was a top 10 lock at one point before his injury. 3. Jason Allen - This FS has proven he is over his injury. He ran a blazing 4.3 at the combine and has a nack for finding the ball. He was a first round lock prior to his injury. He is a bit undersized and will need to get stronger, but he is a FS, not a SS or CB. 3. Gerris Wilkerson - Wilkerson is a very underrated MLB who has all of the physical measurables you look for. He played under the radar and there has not been much talk about him. He is a very good player and would be a steal here. He has second round talent at least. The guy can motor across the field. 4. Ray Edwards - A starting DE is not what we need, but we still need depth pretty badly. Edwards has measurables off the chart. He is 6'7 and 285. He is raw, but I attribute that to bad coaching. He does also, and left school early becuase of it. He needs to work on technique and refine his moves, but he has all the ability and potential of any top DE including Mario. Think of him as an even more unpolished, slightly smaller Mario. 5. Greg Eslinger - He is a very fundamentally sound interior linemen. He is quick out of his stance and very quick laterally. Excells on the move. There are questions as to if he can hold up long enough at the point of attack. Mangold was gone in the first in case you were wondering. Chris Chester was gone in the fourth. 6. Chris Kuper - A very athletic OG. He is from a very small school. He is a project, and likely will take a year or so to develop fully. He lacks overall strength, but could wind up being one of the best zone-blocking OG's in this draft. 7. Kevin Walters - Our new white guy, a WR none-the-less. have at it people.