Rd1 Dan Williams Tenn. DT- I hope Williams is there at 20, Big physical DT that gets push. He would help MW, AO and Barwin improve as well. 2nd choice E.Thomas Rd2 Ryan Mathews Fresno St RB- JBZ sold me on this guy as a perfect fit in the ZBS. 2nd choice B.Ghee Rd3 Kyle Calloway Iowa Ot/Og Calloway can play anywhere on the OL, he played in a ZBS at Iowa. 2nd choice J.Asamoah Rd4 Marshall Newhouse TCU Ot/Og- Newhouse was a 3 yr starter at LT for TCU, Newhouse ran a 5.06 40 and was a state power lifting champ in HS. He wont get pushed around and should be able to help in the run game. 2nd choice Myron Lewis Rd5 A.J. Wallace Penn St CB- Wallace got in Paterno doghouse but worked his way out of it and became a player in the 2nd half of last year. will run a high 4.3 or low 4.4 at combine. Rd5 Crezdon Butler Clemson CB was no.1 CB had bad stats because teams stopped throwing at him last year. Runs 4.4 40, By drafting two CB's this gives depth at CB. One of them should work out. If Wilson gets hurt again Quin can slide into the FS position. 2nd choice R.Preist Rd6 LaMarcus Coker Hamptom- Would have been a 1st rd pick if he hadn't gotten kicked out of Tenn (drugs) 4 yrs ago. Has kept his nose clean since transfering. Will be the fastest RB in draft (not counting Holiday) can KR/PR. Texans wont draft him but they should. 2nd choice L. Miller the Fresno St. combo reunites. RD7 Martin Tevaseu UNLV DT Big hardwoking DT that has alot of upside, very talented. Texans take care of interior OL/DL in this draft. Z man will probably retire and never seeing Okam again will be a blessing. @nd choice Clifton Geaters, He comes from a football family and has potential. Smithiak should sign L.White and C.Wiegmann to provide quality veteran talent at a reasonable price. This fills most of the holes. I know people are going to say waiting until the 5th rd to address DBs is crazy but Butler and Wallace have just as much ability as Cox or Ghee in the 2nd rd. The Texans get lucky because of the depth at the DB's in this draft. Let the critques begin.