I thought it would be fun to do a quick Walter Cherry Pick. Want to do it with me, it would be fun. Here are the rules: 1. No trades. Gotta make the pick in the slot the Texans have. 2. Cannot take picks before the Texans pick. Essentially what I mean is, if the player is taken in the 2nd round before the Texans pick, they cannot be chosen in the second r subsquent rounds but could be taken in the first round. 3.Only rounds 1-6. 4. Have fun! Here we go. I will include 2 picks per round: W for Walter and A for Awtysst 1.W: Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri A: Cameron Jordan, DE/DT, California Big time, proven high motor relentless 3-4 DE in the mold of a Shaun Ellis would be better than a OLB with potential would in essence be a project. 2.W: Stephen Paea, NT, Oregon State A: Brandon Harris, CB, Miami I see Paea as a 4-3DT. He is not a 3-4 DE or a 3-4 NT. Harris is a 1st rounder who should not be here. I will take the BPA. 3. W: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State A: Chris Carter, DE/OLB, Fresno State I like House, but I prefer Harris overall. Harris is a tad shorter, but he is a solid lock down type of CB. Carter presents a wonderful OLB prospect. 4. W: Ahmad Black, S, Florida A: Jeremy Beal. OLB Oklahoma If any of my picks are controversial this is may be it. Beal was a football player at Oklahoma. Sure he had a bad combine. Yes his senior bowl wasn't great. But he is a high motor, relentless player. He was the Big XII DL Player of the year. In the 4th round, I will take a chance on Jeremy Beal. 5. W:Lawrence Guy, DE/DT, Arizona State A: Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M My WR sleeper who I think is the Real Deal. Good hands, good speed, good size. 6. W:Jerrard Tarrant, S, Georgia Tech A:Mario Harvey, ILB, Marshall Hopefully Mario would be a great depth player to backup Demeco and Cush inside. If, Meco is not ready to start at the beginning of the season, Mario can compete for a starting spot next to Cush.