View Full Version : Chris McKenzie

04-30-2005, 02:47 PM
We are getting faster.. 4.37 for this guy


El Tejano
04-30-2005, 02:52 PM
Is he with us?

04-30-2005, 02:57 PM
finally found the link


HOUSTON - The Houston Texans announced their 2005 undrafted free agent list.

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College Hometown
Brown, Tim OT 6-5 300 West Virginia Harrisburg, PA
Halterman, Aaron TE 6-5 256 Indiana Greenwood, Ind.
Johnson, Chris OT 6-3 315 Arizona Houston, Texas
Lightbody, Sam OT 6-9 325 Washington State Huntington Beach, Calif.
Malone, Alfred DE 6-5 308 Troy St. Frisco City, Ala.
McKenzie, Chris CB 5-8 182 Arizona State Queens, N.Y.
Pitts, Devin WR 6-3 200 San Diego State Carson, Calif.
Simon, Jonathon DT 6-6 299 Colorado State Watauga, Texas
Williams, Carlos DE 6-4 306 Arizona Denver, Colo.
Williams, Cedrick CB 5-9 169 Kansas State Boca Raton, Fla.
Wishom, Jerron CB 5-11 193 Louisiana Tech Lutcher, La.

Tim Brown was a first team All-Big East center for West Virginia. Brown led a Mountaineers offensive line that opened holes for an offense that rushed for a Big East high 3,019 yards and yielded a mere 21 sacks.

Aaron Halterman started since his sophomore season with the Hoosiers. Halterman caught 66 passes for 711 yards and 3 touchdowns during his collegiate career.

Chris Johnson returns to Houston after starting the past three years at Arizona. Johnson, a former North Shore High School tackle, was named the most improved Wildcat offensive player before the 2003 season.

Sam Lightbody was named second team All-Pac 10 during his senior season at Washington State. Lightbody’s line helped the Cougars running game average 128.0 yards (fifth in the Pac-10.)

Alfred Malone transferred to Troy State following a three-year stint at Georgia Tech. He finished the 2004 season with 35 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, a fumble recovery and 3.5 sacks in one year with the Trojans.

Chris McKenzie played his final two seasons at Arizona State after attending Glendale (Ariz.) Community College. During his senior season, McKenzie did not allow a receiver to catch a pass against him in five contests. He finished with seven passes defensed 42 tackles and one interception.

Devin Pitts is the brother of Texans G Chester Pitts. He finished with 66 receptions for 706 yards and two touchdowns for the Aztecs. Pitts made a career high six catches against Wyoming during his senior year.

Jonathon Simon made 33 tackles and two fumbles during his senior season. Simon contributed with a blocked kick on special teams.

Carlos Williams was a two-year starter at Arizona. Williams finished his career with 94 tackles and 3.5 sacks. As a senior, he batted down three passes and tied for the team lead with three fumble recoveries.

Cedrick Williams was All-Big 12 honorable mention during the 2003 season. He started his last 22 games for the Wildcats, finishing his career with 73 tackles, 2.5 tackles for losses, a forced fumble, 17 pass defensed and five interceptions. Williams attended Garden City (Kan.) Community College from 2001-02.

Jerron Wishom played in seven games during his senior season. Wishom managed 11 tackles, an interception and two passes defensed. In 35 games with Louisiana Tech, he collected 48 tackles, two tackles for losses, eight passes defensed, three interceptions and a fumble recovery.

04-30-2005, 03:52 PM
listening on 610 McClain was talking mckenzie way up. Said this guy was small at 5'8, but runs a sub 4.3 forty and apparently has a 43-44 inch vertical. Sounds like a stud to me

04-30-2005, 03:55 PM
this is the classic example of a darrell green type corner...small but fast...i'd give him a decent chance of beating out jason bell for the last corner spot on the final roster

04-30-2005, 03:57 PM
We are getting so much raw speed on our roster, we could put together
one hellva 400 meter sprint relay team.