I got sucked in again. The draft is too exciting to sit idly by- I need to make my final mock. I hate mocking trades, so I am just going with the Texans' original 8 picks. I also am doing this under the assumption of no major FA acquisitions. 1) Wisconsin DE JJ Watt, 6'5" 290 lbs I am not changing from my gut feeling. Watt has everything a 3-4 DE needs, and will get plenty of playing time in a rotation with Mario and Smith. 2) Georgia OLB Justin Houston, 6'3" 270 lbs His stock is dropping like a stone, for reasons I can not understand. He is bigger than the average rush OLB, but he looks very fluid and explosive. He has experience playing in the 3-4, and should start from day one. 3) Hampton NT Kenrick Ellis, 6'5" 346 lbs We get a big body with great athleticism from the conversion to the 3-4. 4) North Carolina FS Deunta Williams, 6'1" 205 lbs Williams is a top 25 talent that drops due to suspension and injury. A former wideout, he has great size and athleticism, as well has the hands to make picks. 5) Marshall ILB Mario Harvey, 5'11" 257 lbs Depth player and special teams ace. 6) Cincinnati OC Jason Kelce, 6'3" 280 lbs Athletic center with room to grow, he is a perfect fit for a hybrid ZBS scheme. I actually think he could make a very good short yard FB as well. 7) Colorado School of Mines NT Blaine Sumner, 6'1" 335 lbs You all know how highly I think of this guy. Strong as an ox, and surprisingly sudden. Not a very good lateral athlete, but immovable at the point of attack. Should be able to occupy 2-3 blockers on every down with some work on technique. Mr. Irrelevant) Minnesota QB Adam Weber, 6'1" 209 lbs Long term stater with great athleticism. I think he makes a roster as a third QB. As far as UDFAs, I want the Texans to take a look at some big receivers and pass rushers.