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Old 02-26-2010   #1
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Default Don Banks Mock 2.0

Has Spiller to the Texans, Mays to the Cowboys

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...t-1/index.html

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20 RB C.J. Spiller Clemson Sr. 5-11 195 What a gift for the Texans' moribund running game if Spiller -- the draft's consensus top rusher -- lasts until Houston's turn comes up. How much better might the Texans' explosive passing game be if opposing defenses have to respect a running threat? Spiller is a versatile talent who can run, catch the ball out of the backfield and add some juice in the return game.
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27 S Taylor Mays USC Sr. 6-3 230 The Cowboys could use another option at offensive tackle should they let Flozell Adams go, but Mays should be an easy card to turn in. Though he didn't make enough big plays for the Trojans as a senior, he's a gifted athlete who has impressive size and speed, and he fills a crying need in Dallas. Honestly now, who wouldn't want a guy named Mays playing centerfield for their defense?
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