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Old 01-26-2010   #1
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Question Donovan Warren - CB

The Houston Texans need a cornerback and if Dunta Robinson stays or leaves, I still think we should draft a guy at this position or at least consider it. If we do go after a cornerback and Joe Haden is not on the board then I have been looking into maybe trading down a few spots and then pulling the trigger on Donovan Warren in the first round.

Here's a quick look...

Donovan Warren, CB

Height: 6'0"

Weight: 185-Lbs

40-Yard: 4.45

Career Totals: 170 Tackles, 6 INTs


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K73Uu3L-jCw


Quote:
After an NFL evaluation, Warren believes he is slated for the first or second round.
As per http://www.faniq.com/blog/NFL-Draft-...res-Blog-33978


I'm not sure if I would give him a first round grade but there are a lot of mocks out there that have him in the late first round, some in the middle of the first.

I just want to know what you guys think of us drafting him. From what I've seen he is a good tackler, wraps up and drives the opponent down, has decent speed and good instincts.

He played well against Golden Tate during the Notre Dame game but does get beat at times however for the most part has good cover skills. He came out as a Junior and still needs coaching (who doesn't?) but he could be a good CB for the future. Hails from a school that has produced talent such as Charles Woodson and Leon Hall.

***One thing I don't understand is why the Michigan CBs allow such a big cushion between the WRs and the CBs, is this normal or is this just how the defense is run?***
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