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Old 02-04-2009   #22
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Default Re: My Mini Mock / Wish List

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My First MiniMock of 09

1st Donald Brown RB UConn Time to Create the two headed monster
2rd Ron Brace DT Boston College
3rd Zach Follett OLB Cal
3rd Courtney Greene S Rutgers
4tg Matt Shaughnessy DE Wisconsin
5th Eric Wood OC Louisville
5th 5th round Sean Smith CB Utah
6th Tyrell Sutton RB Northwestern
7th Curtis Painter QB Purdue

Trade down to the mid 20's draft RB and get a 3rd and 5th.
Time to update my wish list, this was post bowl games pre-senior bowl.

Time for my post Senior Bowl pre-combine mini-mock

No one excites me at 15, so I am still looking to trade down.

1st Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
2nd Patrick Chung SS Oregon
3rd Rashad Jennings RB Liberty
3rd Louis Delmas FS Western Michigan
4th Mitch King DT/DE Iowa
5th Devin Moore RB Wyoming
5th Lawrence Sidbury DE Richmond
6th Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M
7th Kaluka Maiava LB USC

I missed out on my favorite player, Donald Brown, and might consider trading a future pick to jump back into the late 1st early 2nd rounds. Had I done that Jennings or Moore then get passed, and I look LB is possible. Also missed on one of the OC in the 3rd.

Both of these safeties would make the Texans all time best list pretty early in their careers. Smith is small but a play maker, and willing tackler against the run.
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