Rang with CBS and nfldraftscout.com has Texans @ #19 whick now looks for likely than my #25.http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/mock Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA: Perhaps Kareem Jackson will prove to be the Texans' playmaker in the secondary. At this point, however, the Texans' secondary has leaked like a sieve. Moore led the country with 10 interceptions as a sophomore and has been favorably compared to some of the Bruins' great safeties like Kenny Easley, Eric Turner and Shaun Williams. 20. Tennessee Titans Brandon Harris, CB, Miami (Fla.): The Titans have an established star in Cortland Finnegan at cornerback, but could use some depth. Harris has emerged as a true shutdown corner for the 'Canes and is quickly moving up the board. 21. Kansas City Chiefs Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa: It might seem hard to believe that the Chiefs would invest another first-round pick in a defensive lineman. Considering top-five picks already used on Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson over the past three years, it's certainly not a home run. That said, while with the New England Patriots, general manager Scott Pioli helped build a dynasty using first-round selections on Richard Seymour, Ty Warren and Vince Wilfork. Considering the Chiefs' surprising start to the season, question Pioli's strategies at your own peril. Clayborn hasn't been nearly as dominant this year as he was last and is slipping on scouts' boards a bit. 22. Seattle Seahawks Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue: The Seahawks have enjoyed a breakout season from journeyman pass rushers Chris Clemons and Raheem Brock, but will almost certainly address their lack of a consistent pass rush in the offseason. Kerrigan isn't likely to wow scouts with his workout numbers, but he's a relentless football player who registered 13 sacks and seven forced fumbles for the Boilermakers last year and has started off just as impressively this year. 23. Green Bay Packers Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn: The Packers would love to see a talented cornerback fall to them here, but won't reach for one, especially considering Ted Thompson's track record of locating defensive backs in the middle and late rounds. Thompson has shown a willingness, on the other hand, of reaching for talented defensive lineman and could fall in love with Fairley's upside.