I had a few minutes on my hands so I made up a mock. Why? Why not! I will say a couple of things up front. First, I did not take an elite OT in this mock. The reason is because I believe that Brandon Frye is our LT if the future. I believe that he is the prototypical LT we have wanted and after getting in some time with Gibbs he will be a starter. I think that Salaam will start the year and as the season progresses, Frye will get some time. By the end of the season or next season, I expect to see Frye in there. Second, I did not take a stud Center either. Again, I see our great center already on the roster in Greg Eslinger. So, please keep that in mind as you look at this mock. With this mock I went after positions I thought we REALLY needed to upgrade: CB, DT, RB, DE, and G. I also tried to find some diamonds in the rough with picks 6 and 7 and think I did. Ok, Rip it apart! 1. Antonine Cason CB-Arizona I think he is the most solid safest CB pick. While McKelvin and Rogers-Cromartie might be flashier and might end up as better CBs, they are also high risk-high reward. I think Cason would be a natural fit in our D. 3. Red Bryant-DT-Texas A&M One thing that we sorely needed was a Space Eating DT to play alongside Mario and Okoye. Red fits that bill. At 6'5 330 lbs this guy can definitely take on a couple of Olineman and will be a presence in the defensive red zone. 4. Mike Hart-RB- Michigan Some people say he is too injury prone, but I say if he is in a two back system he will be healthy enough to play. He can catch, he goes right to the hole, and has breakaway speed once he hits the hole. Put him in a two back system where he doesn't need to carry the rock 25 times a game and he will be fine. I envision him getting 12 carries per game and thats just fine. 5. Chris Harrington-DE Texas A&M What is something we have always said that we want opposite Mario? One thing is that we want a high motor guy that gets into the backfield and makes the offense have to look at him. I think Harrington would bne a solid pick here. He needs to work on technique but you cant teach a high motor. All he does is give his all on ever y single play and makes most of his tackles in the backfield. I say lets take him and teach him. He would look great in a Texans uniform! 6. Chad Rinehart-OT/G-Northern Iowa Here is where you need to find your gems and Chad is certainly that. I see him being able to step into a OG position by mid season and being a starter there for years to come. I don't know why, but when I see this kid I think of Logan Mankins, and thats not a bad thing at all. Low risk but very high reward potential. 7. Dennis Dixon-QB Oregon State I know some of yall have disagreed with this one before but I think he has incredible value at this spot. He needs to put on some weight, but he has the potential to be a really good QB. Right now he is only 205 but he is also 6'4 so he could stand to add about 20 lbs worth of muscle on. Even if he does not work as a QB he could be a really good converted WR. If he can become a solid backup QB, we might be able to trade Rosenfells and get some picks back. If not, this is a 7th rounder, I say low risk potentially HIGH reward.