According to Rivals.com, the Houston Texans three primary needs are at running back, cornerback, and defensive end. I may disagree with the latter, but I might be interested if Calais Campbell is available later on in the draft (Highly Unlikely IMO). So, I decided to look at the top prospects that the Texans can get for each of the three positions: Running Back: Chris Johnson (East Carolina) 511 195-Lbs. Lacks the bulk and only rushed for 1,000+ yards during his senior year but had tremendous speed and ran a 4.30 40-yrad dash. (Also we might want to look at Mike Hart from Michigan, lacks bulk but is a proven back who carried his team on his back, only had 3 fumbles in his entire career.) Cornerback: Mike Jenkins (South Florida) 60 200-Lbs. Character issues and is not a great run support but has good size and has experience at safety and corner. Like I said above, I dont agree with the DE. I think we need an offensive tackle and here is the guy I want. Offensive Tackle: Gosder Cherilus (Boston College) 67 320-Lbs. Hails from a program known for producing good NFL linemen. Might not be able to play left tackle but thats for Alex Gibbs to decide. A smart linemen with great balance and huge frame and size.