Okay, just to see where everyone's thoughts are at prior to the draft, I thought it would be interesting to list the top 10 players in order of preference that you would like to see the Texans draft at their #10 pick. A couple of caveats. No trades. This is what you would do if you were Rick Smith, and stayed at #10. Also, for the sake of this exercise, we can eliminate any QB, Calvin Johnson, Gaines Adams, or Joe Thomas, as I have not seen one mock that has a scenario where one of those three guys drop, and of course, there is 0% chance they take a QB. So, here is mine. Feel free to add your own top 10 at 10 list. 1) Adrian Peterson - OK, I know it's very unlikely, but there is probably a 10% chance that he falls, and if so, you have to take him unless someone really ponies up. I see Eric Dickerson with this guy. You don't pass on Eric Dickerson. 2) Levi Brown - I think this guy is this years Jamaal Brown. I see a lot of Brown in Brown (pun intended). Let's protect our QB, which will allow Kubes to use the entire playbook sooner rather than later. If Spencer comes back, we can move one to RT, or Spencer could also play RG. Let's once and for all, improve the line. 3) Amobi Okoye - I actually have him rated over Levi, but Levi gets the nod because I think LT is a more valuable position to draft highly than a DT. But, I would love to see this guy team with #90 for the next decade or more. Could be an amazing combo. Fantastic potential, and his upside is thru the roof. 4) Jamaal Anderson - Even though we have invested heavily in the Dline, we still need help. This guy can rush the passer, and play the run well. Potential pro-bowler, and can really solidify our line. 5) Joe Staley - See #3 as to the reason why. Tremendous athlete, with excellent potential. Slightly more raw than Brown, but may have an even higher upside. 6) Dwayne Bowe - When I look at Bowe, I see Michael Irvin. Big, tough, physical guy who is very well suited for this offense. Plug him in at #2 WR for the next decade. Also a fantastic run blocker. 7) Darrelle Revis - Only corner on my list. Very good, versatile corner who can also be a PR. At one time, I had him slightly behind Houston, but after seeing that Houston will struggle in anything other than press coverage, this guy moved to the front of the class for me. He can play in man or zone, and do either well. I am a lot higher on this guy than I am on Leon Hall, who I don't think is special enough to merit a top 10 pick. 8) Patrick Willis - Should be higher, but where do we play him? He is a natural ILB. Do we put him at Solb, or move Ryans to Solb? Either way, one guy may not be playing at his best position, but there is no doubt in my mind that this guy is a star in the making. 9) Ted Ginn Jr, - He scares me and excites me all at the same time. I see a better version of Devin Hester in this guy, and watched him a ton at OSU. I just get nervous about his ability to stay healthy. Sometimes these guys with true track speed seem to have constant nagging leg injuries. Needs a lot of work to be an accomplished WR, but just his speed alone will take pressure of AJ. 10) Robert Meachum - Again, a little nervous about the guy, since he really only did it for one year, but tremendous upside, and more polished as a WR now than Ginn. But, Ginn gives you a fantastic KR, giving him the edge imo. Guys I personally left off I have seen in the top 10 were Branch, and Hall. So, what say you? How does your top 10 shake out and why?