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F-minus67
02-20-2006, 09:47 PM
Since I figure that Casserly and the rest of the front office are too in love with Bush to trade down, he is the 1st pick.

1) RB Reggie Bush, U.S.C. - unless you have been living under a rock for the past two years, you know all about him. So I will spare you.

2) LB D'Qwell Jackson, Maryland - a big hitter who can move sideline to sideline, sort of like a poor mans Jonathan Vilma.

3) CB Jonathan Joseph, South Carolina - a speedy corner(4.35) who can tackle in the open field, had a broken foot in 04 but has bounced back.

3) G Mark Setterstrom, Minnesota - a smaller guard who finishes his blocks and is very mobile, a prefect fit for the new zone blocking scheme

4) DE Stanley McClover, Auburn - a good edge rusher who has averaged 8 sacks a year against good competion

5) OT Quinn Qjinnaka, Syracuse - a quick athetic tackle who could eventually become a fixture on the texans o line

6) TE Charles Davis, Purdue - can block and catch, as well as great size(6'6" 260lbs),following the new trend for TEs, Davis played basketball for Purdue and was voted the "player you'd least want to run into in a dark alley" in a poll of Big Ten players

7) DE Patrick Massey, Michigan - a massive end(6'7" 275lbs), who has proven to be a good run stopper at strong side DE.

travfrancis
02-20-2006, 10:07 PM
replace bush with vince young and it looks a lot like what i would do if i was the gm of the texans.

beerlover
02-21-2006, 02:20 AM
This sounds pretty resonable to me, don't know to much about McClover but I would really like it if the Texans drafted "5) OT Quinn Qjinnaka, Syracuse - a quick athetic tackle who could eventually become a fixture on the texans o line" he reminds me alot of a leaner D'Brickashaw, his quickness would be a natural fit for Kubiacs new blocking scheme as a matter of fact I'd look hard at him in the 3rd somewhere if one of those guys are already gone :thumbup

DominickDavisFan76
02-26-2006, 07:15 PM
Yo y dont we take that DL from Ohio State, he broke the record for most reps of 225 ever at the NFL Combine, so I figure he is pretty strong and can push those OL back and break up the holes. :yahoo:

rmartin65
02-27-2006, 03:32 PM
Yo y dont we take that DL from Ohio State, he broke the record for most reps of 225 ever at the NFL Combine, so I figure he is pretty strong and can push those OL back and break up the holes. :yahoo:
Mike Kudla?