First: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State 6'1" 217 Texans like their CB's big & physical so Rhodes sure qualifies. Could also switch over to FS down the road. Second: D.J. Flucker, RT, Alabama 6'6" 335 Right tackle only prospect, allows Newton to move back into swing role & rotate. Physical run dominante road grader to help solidify right side (careful how you say his name). Third: Kyle Long, LG, Oregon 6'7" 312 Wade Smith replacement after next season. Son of Howie Long, he plays like his dad with an attitude, high ceiling LG prospect. In short a beast. Third (comp): Kiko Alonso, ILB/OLB, Oregon 6'3" 242 Going with what I know, Ducks, three down LB who can kick inside or play some OLB. Smart, instinctive, with good range in coverage, blitz & run support. How about some Latino love from Amigo's? Fourth: Connor Vernon, WR, Duke 6'0" 200 Well rounded, with surprising athletic ability to get open. Also excellent route runner, heady & willing blocker. Think Kevin Walter with speed. Fifth: Spencer Ware, RB LSU 5'11" 225 Great size/speed combo to replace Tate (likely to be shopped) maintaining much needed depth behind Foster to keep him healthy. Fifth (comp): Anthony White, NT, Michigan State 6'2" 330 Later than I would like to address nose, but expect Cody to resign on the cheap & Texans picked up Terrell McClain as well have David Hunter stashed away. Sixth: Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado 6'5 & 5/8" 260 Texans are good @ finding great value for position. Texans are also a bit undersized for position & might benefit from a big body they can mold. Sixth (comp): Ryan Allen, Punter, Louisiana Tech 6'2" 215 Donnie Jones has been solid but why not bring a big time leg into camp to compete for job next off season? Allen leads nation in punting average 48.04 per pop. Seventh: Michael Mauti, ILB/OLB, Penn State 6'2" 240 History of knee injury's hurts his draft stock, however if he can get with a team like Texans with excellent medical & rehab facilities he has a chance on returning & contributing both on special teams & provide depth on defense.