Rd.1 Justin Houston OLB Georgia, Houston reminds me of Terrell Suggs, Great Pass rushing skills. Rick and Gary will pick Aldon Smith or Kerrigan. adds speed to the back 7 Rd.2 Davon House CB Mew Mexico St., House is the 2nd best CB in the draft, True cover CB, House only weakness is in run support. Adds much needed speed to the back 7. Rd.3 Greg Little WR North Carolina, Little is a big physical WR. Ran a 4.49 at pro day. Little is a great run blocker and a perfect compliment to AJ. Think of a faster Boldin. Rd.4 Mario Harvey ILB Marshall, Harvey adds muh needed speed to the ILB/OLB. He's a team leader and ran a 4.44 at his pro day. Harvey's only knock is his height. Rd.5 Ian Williams T Notre Dame, Williams is a tough run plugger, who's only available because he was injured last yr. Williams joins a rotation of Mitchell,Cody and hopefully a FA signing. Rd.6 David Carter DT/DE UCLA, Carter has the size and speed to develop into a starter in a couple of yrs. His run plugging abilities impressed me at Sr. Bowl. Rd.7 Scott Lutrus OLB Connecticut, Lutrus only falls because of past injuy concerns. Lutrus is a heady playmaker who's always around the ball. Lutrus had on of the best shuttle times of the OLB's in this draft. 2nd choice Justin Trattou Rd.7 Blaine Sumner NT College of the Mines, Sumner is a developmental NT, who's an immoveable object. Strongest player in the draft, 52 BP 's at 225 lbs. Will be a starter in a couple of yrs. 2nd choice Anthony Gray NT Sou. Miss. Texans sign Sensabaugh to pair with Quin at the S positions. They also sign Ike Taylor in FA. Which means pairing him with House means no more having to watch Jackson/McCain/Molden on the field any more. Let the critiques begin, Mods sorry I put this in the wrong Forum. Please move if possible.