1. Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama While Foster had a pretty good year, Ingram is just too good a player to pass up. Its like when the Chiefs drafted Larry Johnson when they had Priest Holmes on the team. It just makes too much sense. 2. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame Having a quality Tight End is exactly what this team needs. A pair of TEs on the field like Daniels and Rudolph is a scary proposition. 3. Alex Henery, K, Nebraska What this team really needs is a quality kicker. Rackers missed 3 fgs in the 40+ yard range last year. To be a complete team, we need a kicker who is automatic, like Henery. 4. Charles Clay, FB Tulsa Leach is as good as gone. If we want our running game to not suffer, we MUST grab a FB here. 5. Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho Schaub throws too many INTs at the wrong time. You can just about count on him to blow a big moment. I say its time to go in a new direction. Enderle is the guy I would name the starter in camp and hitch the fortunes of this team. 6. Weslye Saunders,TE South Carolina The great things about Tight Ends are they are incredibly versatile. Saunders is fast, strong, and has great hands. He has the potential to replace Andre Johnson as Nathan Enderles favorite target. 7. Mitch Mustain, QB, USC If Enderle is our starter, we need a good backup. Mustain is the guy. Not only can he play a mean guitar, but he has all the qualities that superstar Matt Cassell has. We may even be able to trade him for another TE. If so, SWEET! 7. John Bender, G, Nevada, Yeah he has a history of knee in juries, but he is 68 and weighs 325 lbs. He is also ultra versatile. He can play any position on the line except center. Plus he is very hard to push around/bull rush. I think he is starting material. This is a great mock as we in essence find 7 starters and 1 potentially key backup. We address the main problem areas on the team: QB, kicking, running backs, WRs, and lack of TEs. Oh, and in case you didnt pick up on it APRIL FOOLS DAY!!!