Under Smithiak. In the last 3 seasons our 6th/7th round picks have been: Wali Lundy - Set a record at UVA or maybe it was the ACC as a whole for tds in college David Anderson - Very productive WR at Colorado State earning all conference honors all 3 years he started Kasey Studdard- All big 12 OL junior/senior year and team captain his senior year at UT Zach Diles - 2 time all big 12 LB ultraproductive making 149 tackles his last year at K-State Dominique Barber - All Big 10 team Safety after making over 100 tackles his last year at UM. Alex Brink - Career leader in yards/tds as qb at WSU What this tells me is that the Texans look for highly productive players in the late rounds who may not have the measurables teams look for. So far with our 1st round picks we picked up productive players with very good measurables and very high ceilings that some teams may have considered "projects" at the time of the draft. But with the 6th/7th round picks it seems we're looking for guys that know how to produce despite not being as athletic as their early round counterparts. Just something to look for in the upcoming drafts under Smithiak, look for the productive college players that slipped due to their measurables in the 6th/7th round that may stick with the team due to their ability to produce regardless of how athletic they are compared to the other players. Thus far none of these guys have really stepped up and made big contributions for the Texans, but Zach Diles is currently slated to be a starting OLB in the 09 season.