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TimeKiller 04-23-2012 08:59 AM

TK's Last Try
 
1- Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise St.

Pass rusher of the talented, coordinated, versatile, high effort variety.

2- Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa

May never top the depth chart but will raise the level of in-house competition for years to come.

3- Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt

Experienced SEC corner. Yes please.

4a- Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn

Big man with athleticism to develop into a monster while he has time to sit behind Butler.

4b- George Iloka, FS, Boise St.

Tall, lean safety prospect with centerfielder type skills and a willingness to support the run defense.

5- Taylor Thompson, TE/DE, SMU

Clay to be molded. All athlete, no position. Development prospect.

6- David Molk, OC, Michigan

Undersized Chris Myers-type OC who can get to the 2nd level with ease.

7- Randy Bullock, K, Texas A&M

Hometown, award winning kicker to replace the old man they let go.



I just want to say it's been fun y'all. Here's to the Texans getting better and to us arguing over names and numbers next year!!!! :beer:

beerlover 04-23-2012 09:04 AM

Re: TK's Last Try
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TimeKiller (Post 1940027)
1- Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise St.

Pass rusher of the talented, coordinated, versatile, high effort variety.

2- Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa

May never top the depth chart but will raise the level of in-house competition for years to come.

3- Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt

Experienced SEC corner. Yes please.

4a- Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn

Big man with athleticism to develop into a monster while he has time to sit behind Butler.

4b- George Iloka, FS, Boise St.

Tall, lean safety prospect with centerfielder type skills and a willingness to support the run defense.

5- Taylor Thompson, TE/DE, SMU

Clay to be molded. All athlete, no position. Development prospect.

6- David Molk, OC, Michigan

Undersized Chris Myers-type OC who can get to the 2nd level with ease.

7- Randy Bullock, K, Texas A&M

Hometown, award winning kicker to replace the old man they let go.



I just want to say it's been fun y'all. Here's to the Texans getting better and to us arguing over names and numbers next year!!!! :beer:

That's it? Sure? lol:

I would be disappointed but not crushed.

TimeKiller 04-23-2012 04:18 PM

Re: TK's Last Try
 
Geez, Tell me what you really think lol....

You know what's funny? When you picked an OLB a few months back I was admantly against it (Didn't help that is was Ingram). Now I'll be disappointed if they let McClellin go elsewhere. Hard to predict BPA.

Any particular player you dislike?

beerlover 04-23-2012 06:28 PM

Re: TK's Last Try
 
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Originally Posted by TimeKiller (Post 1940364)
Geez, Tell me what you really think lol....

You know what's funny? When you picked an OLB a few months back I was admantly against it (Didn't help that is was Ingram). Now I'll be disappointed if they let McClellin go elsewhere. Hard to predict BPA.

Any particular player you dislike?

Shea is not the next Brooks Reed but I would consider him @ ILB. I would like a quick twitch, speed edge rusher to compliment what we already have in Reed & Barwin. But I don't dislike McCellen one bit.

McNutt is a tough nut to crack but despite good size may struggle to separate? See his value late 3rd/4th.

Heyword is a good CB prospect.

Mosley would be a solid tackle, guard prospect I just think it's now a higher priority.

George is boom or bust. Can't be certain.

Thompson I know nothing about him, should I?

Not real high on Molk but like position so could live with it

Bullock is a solid choice.

Hope that helps back- up my statement.

Would like to see you try one more?

Lucky 04-23-2012 07:56 PM

Re: TK's Last Try
 
I really like this draft for the Texans. McClellin fits with the all effort guys on the defense (Cushing, Watt, Barwin, Reed).

McNutt is really undervalued by the internet draft gurus. He's a former QB who has improved after every season at WR. He's got the perfect size for a WCO WR. I see a lot of Rod Smith in McNutt, and Kubiak loved Rod Smith.

Like the CB the Texans lost in free agency (Jason Allen), Hayward makes plays on the ball. He does what Kareem Jackson doesn't.

Mosley fits the Texans M.O. of going for OTs that transitioned from TE. He was pretty high on my list.

Iloka would probably be a value pick in the 4th round. Maybe not an urgent need, but just too talented to pass on.

Thompson is a former TE, turned DE, turned...TE? Born to be a Texan.

Molk could make the roster as a backup C. I would have looked for a guy who could play both OG and C. But those guys aren't always available in the 6th round.

Bullock is a very solid college kicker. Maybe not the best in the draft, but someone to compete with a cheap vet.

Very nice effort and a good job matching Texan tendencies.

Rey 04-23-2012 08:28 PM

Overall I think I've liked most of the drafts I've seen. There are pieces about each one I'd change, but there hasn't been a draft that I've seen posted in the board that I wouldn't take.

This one is no exception.

kiwitexansfan 04-23-2012 08:30 PM

Re: TK's Last Try
 
I really like McNutt in the WR class.

Too much secondary in this draft for me to be that happy.


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