Here is a quick Walters Cherry Pick. Rules 1. Can only pick players who are available at the Texans pick for the first 4 rounds. 2. Assume FA will occur AFTER the draft. So we enter the draft as we are. 3. No trade downs. We pick where we are. 4. We assume the compensatory pick we get(if e get one) is 5th round or lower. 5. Each pick will have Walter's choice and mine to contrast. Draft Walter1. Aldon Smith OLB Doppel1: Justin Houston OLB, Georgia Walter has Houston at 21, but I think once the workouts and number crunchers get going he will fly up the board. Remember he actually played in a 3-4 in college. He is not projecting, he was a OLB. He may not even be available at 11 when its all said and done, but for now I take him. Smith is a nice player, but Walter even says he is more suited for a 4-3. Why not take a true OLB rather than try convert a 4-3 end into one? Walter2:Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado Doppel2:Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State I am not sold on Smith. He played in the pass happy Big XII and did not stand out all that much to me. Now, Stephen Paea is the kind of one gap NT that Wade likes. He is a strong guy who can play the run and has the ability to rush the passer. Why did he drop? Knee injury in Senior Practice. I seriously doubt he sticks around long enough for our second rounder, but he is here by Walter's mock, so I take him in a heartbeat. Walter3: Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina Dopple3: Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina Its hard not to like Walter's pick. I think we have a great FS on the roster named Glover Quin. I see the Texans signing one veteran CB to start and having Jackson/McCain/Allen/McManis/Moulden fight out for the other starter. My thinking is that Jackson/Allen are the other starter/Nickel back, McManis/McCain is the dime back and Moulden is gone. With Wilson gone (and possibly Pollard), Quin/Williams/Nolan fight it out for the to Saftey spots. Walter4:Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame Dopple4:Kris O'Dowd, C, USC I really like Ian Williams. The problem is, I don't see him replacing Stephen Paea. Having a backup like Williams would be great, but I'd rather take a player who could replace a starter down the line. O' Dowd is the kind of Center we would love to have. Ok, your turn. Give it a shot!