View Full Version : My Houston Texans Mock 2.0

01-30-2005, 05:44 PM
Here's my #2 mock of 5 ... up until draft day...

Round 1: Marcus Spears, DE LSU ...
(Nothing has changed since my first mock. Everybody who said he was going in the 2nd round :listening, has jumped back on the bandwagon I see.)

(If Available Here We Take: 1. Derrick Johnson ILB 2. Antrell Rolle CB 3. Heath Miller TE)

Round 2: Odell Thurman, ILB Georgia
(No LB in the All-Star games, overtook him in my mind as a better choice)

(If Available Here We Take: 1. DE/OLB - David Pollack 2. C/OG - David Baas 3. WR Mark Clayton)

Round 3a: Ben Wilkerson, C LSU
(I have changed on Eslinger, amd read up on Wilkerson's progess. He sounds like he's getting back to form)

Round 3b: Kevin Everett, TE Miami
(Guy is a monster. Nuff' Said, just hope he's still around.)

Round 4: Antonio Perkins, KR/CB Oklahoma
(I'm not drafting him here to play CB... maybe he could be a nice nickel guy, who knows.. but I'm drafting him here for his big play potential in the special teams game.)

Round: 5: DT Anthony Bryant, DT Alabama
(Still a STEAL. Big Time run clogger, gap filler.)

Round 6: Maurice Clarrett, RB Ohio State
(6th round pick, Low-Risk High-Reward. I think he'd come in motivated to prove the other teams wrong for letting him fall this far. I'm all for it)

Round 7: Sam Mayes, OG OSU
(Steal. I love the guy. 9 times out of 10 he'll be off the board... but I can dream can't I?)

Feedback would be appreciated. :BananaWav

Round 7:

01-30-2005, 09:39 PM
Clarrett will never be a Texan...too much of a punk.

Besides we already have a waterbug in Davis. We need a bruiser.

01-31-2005, 02:59 AM
1. DE Marcus Spears, LSU
Trade down with St. Louis and pick up their 3rd (from Miami) if one of the top tackles fall to #13. They might lose Pace and Turley and need replacements. We could use depth and an eventualy replacement on the DL

2. C David Baas, Michigan
Get solid protection from the middle McKinney is not a natural C and could push for a spot at Guard

3. ILB Marcus Lawerence, South Carolina
Strong, tough and likes too hit and is good in coverage

3. WR/TE Matt Jones, Arkansas
What is a Texans draft without drafting a QB and converting him.

3. OLB Demarcus Ware, Troy St.
Tremondous pass rusher that impressed at Senior Bowl.

4. S James Butler, Georgia Tech
Another prospect in the secondary we can groom to take over for Coleman

5. RB/FB Manuel White, UCLA
Type of bruiser to help compliment DD

6. TE Anthony Curtis, Portland St.
Sleeper with potential, tall and rangy and a good blocker

7. CB Antwuan Rogers, Purdue
6-2 with 4.4 speed but lean and can be overmatched

Free Agents:
NT Kendrick Clancy
ILB Kendell Bell
CB Gary Baxter