1st rd. - Justin Houston, Georgia OLB, 6030 258 Best combination of size, speed & strength to fit in a 3-4 as OLB Texans could trade back to add value/picks but risky. Vocal leader would bring playmaking, pass rush skills to Texans. 2nd rd. - Phillip Taylor, Baylor NT, 6040 340 Priority need, Wade Phillips finds the most gifted, nose tackle ready run plugger in middle. Fatique will be his issue as he probably can only maintain two downs a stretch, but Texans are not afraid to use Mitchell or smaller DT in pass rushing situations. Plays with mean streak. 3rd rd. Ras-I Dowling, Virginia CB, 6020 200 First round talent who returned to school for his senior season but suffered a fractured ankle, hence the extraordinary value this late in the draft. Texans can afford to bring him back slowly from injury then start using him in nickle & special teams. 4th rd. - Akeem Dent, Georgia ILB, 6010 240 Teammate of Houston, very productive, instinctive fit for a 3-4 inside LB. Second in the SEC with 122 tackles, including 6.5 for loss. Would complete total makeover of the Texans LB group, bringing immediate impact, adding depth while DeMeco comes around to form. 5th. rd. - Brandon Bair, Oregon 3-4 DE, 6070 275 Developmental 3-4 DE but has frame to fill out, solid technique, high character family man, one of the most underrated DL in draft who projects to fit as a run stopper DE in a 3-4. Could wind up being the perfect complimet to Mario on the left side. 6th. rd. - Jah Reid, UCF RT, 6080 325 Another developmental pick. With Butler possibly on the move Texans do not have great depth here. One of the most impressive prospects playing in the East West Shrine game, talent just oozes looks like he could swing to LT if coached up, plus room to add more bulk & strength. 7th. rd. - Nathan Enderle, Idaho QB, 6050 242 Good NFL size, displays decent accuracy with soft touch, very Schaubesqe. Foot speed a little slow, not very mobile sometimes late in decision making but hey they're has to be reasons why he's still on the board in the 7th rd. Anybody thrilled with Dan Orlovsky going into his contract year with Texans?