1st Aaron Ross CB Texas With Henry and Glenn getting up there in age, Ross would be perfect in the slot this year and step in for Henry next year. He could also contribute on special teams as a kick returner. 2nd Tank Tyler DT N.C. State There is no depth behind Ferguson at Nose Tackle. Tyler has good size and was the strongest player at the combine. 3rd Allen Barbre G/T Missouri Southern Adds depth and versatility to the line. Can play guard or Tackle. Could take over for Leonard Davis when he takes over for Flozell. 4th Paul Williams WR Fresno St. Added depth at the receiver positon. Has good size and speed combo. Could challenge Crayton for 3rd receiver snaps. T.O and Glenn have shown they are injury prone, and someone has to step in when injuries arise. 5th Jackie Battle RB/FB Houston Had great workout numbers to go along with size. Tyson Thompson could be in trouble to find a spot. 6h Chris Leak QB Florida Doesnt have great size, but he's a winner and throws a pretty ball. Has to be better than what they have as 3rd stringers 6th C.J. Gaddis S/CB Clemson Find a guy in the 6th that can play multiple positons in the secondary 7th LeRon McClain FB Alabama Versatile fullback who can catch the ball out of the backfield and can lead block 7th Clifton Ryan DE/DT Michigan St. Once again draft a player with versatility. Reminds me of the Jay Ratliff pick. 7th Lyle Senlein C Texas Compete in training camp for back up center positon. I like this guy for U.T. I passed on Receiver in the first round because there is good depth at that postion this year.....Could have switched up the 2nd and 3rd rounders and went with G/T Arron Sears in the 2nd and DT Paul Soliai in the 3rd. ...But i feel depth should be addressed at CB, OL, and DT right away due to age of current players at those positions....so i went with those postions in the first 3 rounds.