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aussie_texan 04-12-2012 02:51 AM

Which 2 are the best 2!
 
Generally speaking rounds 1 and 2 you look for starters.

I have been trying to build some mocks and how your mock ends up often is determined by your first 2 picks.

so i what i thought of instead of another mock i would post a pair of players one from the 1st round and another from the 2nd and you guys vote on which pairing will help the most to the overall team, be it immediately or in the future.

A. Hill / Schwartz
B. Fleener / Toon
C. Wright / Thompson
D. Hightower / McNutt
E. Worthy / Quick
F. Reyes / McClellin
G. Hightower / Schwartz
H. Perry / Criner
I. Hill / Robinson
J. Wright / Carder

If you have your own pairing put it down obviously there are many more options but i tried to stick to the main players that we mock with.

players like hightower, wright, hill and Schwartz i put down twice seen as there are in so many mocks

aussie_texan 04-12-2012 02:56 AM

Re: Which 2 are the best 2!
 
have no idea why this thread was creating as well.

mods if you could please delete it, thank you

steelbtexan 04-12-2012 08:59 AM

Re: Which 2 are the best 2!
 
My favorite picks that could be there for the Texans are

Hill/Brandon Brooks or McClellin

Both Brooks and McClellin are harnosed talented players who can play multiple positions. This also helps scheme/depth wise.

Hills freakish talent is just too much to pass up.

76Texan 04-12-2012 09:49 AM

Re: Which 2 are the best 2!
 
Lots of interesting combination there making it hard to choose.
All I know right of the bat is I would say no to Wright/Carder.


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