I hate projecting trades, but I really want the Texans to trade down this year. The trading parter I have in mind traded up last year as well. And with the extra 2nd they got for Antonio Cromartie, they have the ammo. I have the Chargers trading up to 11 for Julio Jones to replace Vincent Jackson. Texans trade #11 @ 1250 points. Chargers trade #18 @ 900 points, and #50 @ 400 points. Total = 1300 points. Team Needs: OLB, ILB, NT, FS, CB, WR, P. Round 1: Pick 18: Justin Houston, DE/OLB, Georgia (6-3 258) - NFL-trained Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's 3-4 schemes made Houston a 10-sack terror off the edge. And a Nagurski Trophy finalist. In 2010 Houston started all 13 games recording 67 tackles including a team-leading 18.5 for loss and 10.0 sacks to go along with 44 quarterback pressures, two pass break ups, an INT, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. Round 2: Pick 42: Quinton Carter, FS, Oklahoma (6-1 200) - Thorpe Award candidate in 2010. Physical defender who picked off 4 passes with 88 tackles and 5 passes broken up. Only 1 year starter for the Sooners. When Carter is not playing football, he spends his time doing charity projects. Sounds like a Bob McNair Houston Texan for sure. Round 2: Pick 50: Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor (6-4 335) - Transfer from Penn State. Will have some red flags due to flunking out and fight at frat party. Also will need to keep his weight in check as he has ballooned before. Huge and very strong to take on the point of attack from center/guard. 2 year starter for the Bears. Last year Taylor accrued 62 tackles, 7 for loss, and 2 sacks. Round 3) Pick 73: Martez Wilson, ILB/OLB, Illinois (6-4 250) - Played ILB in college @ 6-4 250. Can play OLB and rush the passer. Wilson was the #2 DE in the nation coming out of HS. Versitile player for the new 3-4. Finished season with 112 tackles, 11.5 for loss, 4 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 5 passes defended. Round 4: Pick 104: Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virgina Tech - (5-11 186) - Over 2 year starting career picked off 10 passes with 95 tackles. Is considered the leader of the VT Hokie secondary. Round 5: Pick 135: Tori Gurley, WR, South Carolina (6-4 230) - Redshirt sophmore. Nice size and sure-handed. Zero drops last season. 44 receptions for 465 and 4 TD's. In win at Vanderbilt he tied a school record with 14 receptions for 112 yards. Round 6: Pick 166: Chas henry, P, Florida (6-3 215) - Can make clutch kicks. Won the Ray Guy Award in 2010. Henry punted forty times for 1,892 yards (47.3 average) and fourteen of his thirty-four punts (41.2 percent) were fifty yards or more. Fifteen of his punts landed inside the 20-yard line and only eleven were fair caught. Henry also assumed place-kicking duties while starting place kicker Caleb Sturgis was injured. Member of the Gators' 2008 BCS national championship team. Round 7: Pick 197: T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina (6-4 230) - Great size. Needs to work on his mobility, or sliding around in the pocket. But does seem calm and cool in the pocket with a NFL arm. 2010 stats - 3,418 yards, 19 touchdowns for a rating of 145.46. Career stats - 9,377 yards and 58 touchdowns. Lead his team to an 8 win season and Music City Bowl victory over Tennessee. ENJOY!