Without Mario Williams: Front Office focus resigning Myers/Brisel/Foster First Round: Fletcher Cox, DE/OLB, Mississippi State, 6'4" 290 Dynamic young, raw DE to replace Mario who Texans cannot afford to resign. Can seal the edge, rush the QB & play the run. Would rotate, YES, into lineup keeping front three fresh, add depth @ critical position upfront & who knows Wade likes to have as many pass rushers on the field as possible at all times so don't be surprised to see him same time with Watt, Smith, Reed & Barwin in certain packages. BPA approach. Second Round: Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas, 5'11" 176 With Wright off the board early, Texans look for another #2 who has deep speed that can take cover off secondary & stretch the field. Joe may or may not still be on the board late second but if he is expect him to catch a look from the Texans in need of WR. Third Round: Isaiah Pead, RB/Returner, Cincinnati, 5'10 193 Premium return man who also saves roster space (back-up RB). In mold of Joshua Cribbs. Very instinctive, good hands/ball skills, size & thickness in frame for increased durability as oppossed to exposing smaller man, like Joe Adams or last season Trindon Holliday. One of those play makers who in the open field finds a second gear & if difficult to arm tackle. Fourth Round: Levy Adcock, OT/OG, 6'5" 322 Looks to me like he has Texan ZBS style OL written all over him coming from a similar system @ Oklahoma State. Will compete immediately with LG Wade Smith. He can also help clear cap room if Texans decide to release Rashad Butler for salary cap room to resign other free agents as new swing tackle. Not invited to Combine, Texans along with all other teams will be in Stillwater, Oklahoma for Pro-Day. Fifth Round: Akiem Hicks, NT, Regina, 6'5" 324 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cmA-CbyZ3M Disruptive, nasty-streak, unblock-able at times, will require double team next level. Adds strength along with Fletcher making Texans even more physical & unpleasant inside. Quote: ""It's time to actually bring the power, the ferociousness and the tackling. That's what they want to see. If you can do that, then you've punched your ticket. You can get on the train." 6th Round: Thomas Mayo, WR, California (PA) 6'2" 210 Excellent size/speed combination off the edge. Looks like he can separate from coverage, tough run blocker with plus hands. Late bloomer who was snubbed by combine so expect Texans to send scouts to his Pro-Day, then if they bring him here to workout you'll know they have more than a little interest. 7th Round: Chase Ford, TE, Miami, 6'6" 255 Tall, with Basketball skills, TE to develop as Red Zone target. Has great hands, knows & willing to extend in traffic to go get the ball at apex of flight. With depth of position, unless Dresseen leaves via free agency he will have time to develop & play special teams then slowly be added to goal line packages.