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Old 11-12-2009   #1
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Default Texan4Ever Bye Week Mock Draft

Here's my mock draft, nuff said...


Round 1) - Patrick Robinson, FSU

Robinson may not put up sexy numbers but he is a solid CB who should be able to start for the Texans right away. He has a decent combination of speed, hieght, agility, and quickness and should be able to replace D-Rob.

Round 2) - Zane Beadles, Utah

May be a little high for him but I am going to pencil him in as a solid second-round player. He has the height and bulk needed to play the Guard position and he plays for, IMO, one of the best offensive lines in the country.

Round 3) - Garrett Graham, Wisconsin

Played for the same team as current Badger Owen Daniels. I'm hoping Daniels can come back and stick around for a few more years but untill then I think Graham would be able to fill in nicely on the Texans squad. He has similar build like Daniels and can do everything you would want a TE to do.

Round 4) - Charles Scott, LSU

No way in hell he stays on the board this low, but hey its my mock and I say we grab him in the 4th if available. Good goal-line back we've needed and can carry the ball as a starter if need be.

Round 5) - John Jerry, Ole Miss

Another Guard? At 6'6" 330-Lbs why not? He can open up holes and provide the push we need on offense however, I don't think he can play in a ZBS scheme but nonetheless he is a solid football player.

Round 6) - Dan Williams, Tennessee

A 6'3" 325-Lbs DT who should slide into the NT position for us and allow Amobiwon to shoot up the middle and disrupt the backfield.

Round 6) -Tim Hiller, Western Michigan

Nice developmental player who has a similar build like Schaub and had a successfull career at WMU.

Round 7) -Zoltan Mesko, Michigan

Good overall Punter, doesn't hurt to have a guy to groom when Matt Turk hangs it up.


Go ahead and rip all you want but these are the guys I want on the Texans roster in 2011!
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