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Old 12-17-2011   #566
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This capitulates the essence of why normal people become transformed into draft geeks, like me. Even the smallest of details can lead to fascinating & compelling match-ups.

Yates evolution says a lot about his character & work ethic, two things very difficult to scout unless you have direct access to camps, workouts & interviews. So it says alot about the Texans scouting department directed by Mike Maccagnan (unsure of regional scout responsible for area) yet these gentlemen go unnoticed, hardly ever mentioned, so props to them for offering Kubiak & Phillips a banquet of talent to select from
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