Texans trade #13 and Demarcus Faggins to Jacksonville for their #21 and #52 RD1 #21 David Pollack LB, Georgia-Smart, Versitle, Hard worker, Great Character and extremely productive at a high level. RD2 #52 Ciatrick Fason RB, Florida-Has never missed a game due to injury, does not fumble, quick, runs good routes, has good vision and can catch and was the leading rusher in the SEC. RD3 #73 Courtney Roby WR, Indiana-Excellent athletiscm and speed and can beat his defender one-on-one, not afraid to go over the middle, makes plays after the catch RD4 #114 Lofa Tatupu LB/S, USC-Size hurts him but if the passing of Fields helps us remember one thing is that it isn't the size but the heart, determination and work ethic and this kid has a lot of both. RD5 #151 Rob Petite OT, Pittsburgh-Another gamer that showed he could play in college despite his lack of athletiscm. Shutting out Freeney in college has to amount for something, especially since no one else iin the NFL has been able to. RD6 #188 Vince Carter C, Oklahoma-If you haven't noticed I like players who can play and were good football players and not on size and Carrter fits that mold. Deemed too small by most to play in the NFL, our zone blocking scheme could utilze his athletiscm, technique, and awareness. RD7 #227 Albert Means DT, Memphis-Marred by the Alabama recruiting scandal he had nothing to do with, has excellent size and frame, stout against the run and can be a dominate 2 gap DT which makes him an ideal fit for a NT My feelings for our needs were to improve the LB corp, offensive line help, protecting David, and helping out AJ. Pollack is a versitle LB that could play OLB and if given time could even play ILB with is lateral agility and run stopping ability. With Wong's contract ending next year it is a good move to draft a LB this year and groom him to take his spot because you never know if a player is coming back or not. Tatupu is a gamer and you just can't deny his production in college, at the very least he could be a special teams demon and/or make a switch to SS. Picking a running back helps in three ways; it takes pressure off of David by having a sustained rushing attack, It takes pressure off of the defense because now we can eat up the clock and rest our defense more, and this could keep DD from getting too banged up and injured. Roby is an excellent #2 reciever with his speed and ability to go over the middle for a catch. Teams won't be able to double team him and AJ because they wil have to account for his hands and playmaking ability after the catch. He also has strong character and a good work ethic and could push AJ in work outs (not that he needs it) Petitte and Carter are going to be developmental players for now but could be top back-ups and in Carter's case an eventual starter. Petitte is big, strong, long arms and good in pass protection and dominating in run blocking and could see a lot of time in jumbo packages. Carter is is too good of a college player to be overlooked especiall if we are serious about the zone blocking scheme which could uses more smaller athletic linemen. Means would be a good pick up in the later rounds for depth at the DL. I know most people want to address the DL earlier and more often but we just have too much money spent on our DL our starters are all in the top 10 in salary on the team. I would like to pick up depth at the DL as well but when we have so many other need positions and protecting David is a high priority. Thanks everyone for all your feedback this offseason and hope everyone will be happy with Charley tommorrow, enjoy the draft!