1. J.J. Watt, DL- Wisconsin A DL player who can play multiple positions. He can rush the passer, play solid run D, bat down balls, and is strong enough to move the LOS. He also has the ability to shoot gaps. I think he could even potentially be a Wade 3-4 NT. He can also come inside at DT on 4-3 type pass rush sets. Talk about value here! 2. Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma Possibly the best Safety prospect outside of Peterson. He can start right away at either position. He is the kind of safety that Wade likes. He can cover, he can tackle, and on occasion can lay the wood. 3. Davon House, CB, New Mexico State He must protect the HOUSE! Anyway. He is a good sized CB that we could surely use. He won't start(hopefully), but he provides extra depth. 4. Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame A nice developmental NT for Wade. He could be immediate depth and who knows, maybe even a starter down the line. 5. Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union I'll take a shot on him in the fifth. 6. Steven Friday, OLB, Virginia Tech My sleeper OLB prospect. He has the good to push for a rotational spot right away. 7. David Arkin, G, Missouri State Guard depth is NEVER a bad thing. 7. Brian Duncan, OLB, Texas Tech This is my Dunta Compensatory pick. More OLB help.