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Old 01-22-2009   #11
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Default Re: My mock for Texans

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Originally Posted by rarazz00 View Post
Well bloggers, I couldn't let you have all the fun so I've decided to post my own Texans mock draft...

1) Peria Jerry-DT-Ole' Miss-6-2/305; 18 TFL and 7 sacks: I believe this guy now should be our no. 1 target...With Okoye and Jerry commanding double teams the sacks are gonna happen, not to mention the run stuffing.
if by chance he's gone...

1) Michael Johnson-DE-Georgia Tech-6-7/257; 17 TFL and 9 sacks this cat would be my second choice in the 1st round. He's as quick as a cat, though some question his heart, 17 TFL and 7 sacks are very promising.
if by chance both are taken...trade down.

2)Ron Brace-DT-Boston College-6-3/330; 10 TFL and 2.5 sacks This guy also posseses a relentless motor

2)Matt Shaughnessey-DE-Wisconsin-6-6/251; 8 TFL and 4 sacks this guy is also rather quick and plays hard and a coaches dream..despite the injuries

3)Antoine Caldwell-C-Alabama-6-3/294; voted All American 1st Team

3)Nic Harris-SS-OU-6-3/255; Kind of a tweener LB/SS. 64 tackles and 6 broken up passes. I've watched him lay the wood all season(fiance' is an OU fan) and yes he's had some hiccups, but I could see his tenacious play as SS in a Texans Jersey

4)Rashad Jennings-RB-Liberty-6-1/232-4.46 40; 1500 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns. I don't know about his ball catching skills but what a steal in round 4

4)Arian Foster-RB-Tennessee-6-1/217-4.49 40; he obviously had a crappy season with no OL help and the QB play was below average, though he still managed 4.4 ypc and finished w/ 570 yds. Again not sure of his ball catching skills either...

5)Ray Feinga-OG-BYU-6-5/329; All-Mountain West 1st team..very quick for his size

5)Courtney Green-SS/FS-Rutgers-6-1/215 All Big East 1st team...83 tackles/2 broken up passes..

We need QB help with Sage leaving after the 09 season, so with that said...

6) Curtis Painer-QB-Purdue-6-4/223; He threw 11 picks this year though threw13 TD...I think "Kubs" can coach him

6)Cullen Harper-QB-Clemson-6-4/215; He tossed 13 TD and 14 picks this year, again Kubiak can help with this...

7) Michael Bennet-DE-Texas A&M-6-4/263; another motor to put in to relieve the starters.

Undrafted Free Agents- RB/LB/OL

I understand their will be dissagreements on Rankings, Players and Position Picks...but for now until the combine, we have only the 08 season to figure out where these players may rank....
As we traded #18 down last year for a 1st, 3rd and 6th, I am looking at a trade with Atlanta for the # 25 and a 2nd.

Texans
Round 1 #25 Michael Johnson 6'7" 258 4.67 DE that could also play OLB may be a steal at this pick.

Round 2 (ours) Shonn Green 5'11" 235 4.58 power guy to score in RZ and fast enough to break into the back field.

Round two (Atlanta)Ron Brace NT 6'3" 324 2 sacks last 2 years. New coach better stop the run.

Round 3 Rashad Johnson FS 6'0 195 4.49 (Delmas rated higher is falling)
Round 4 Robert Ayers DE 6'3" 270 All SEC

Atlanta's needs http://football.about.com/od/teamnee...mneeds_ATL.htm
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