Originally Posted by aussie_texan
Round 1: Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers
excellent route running and sure hands.
Doesn't play with a top talent QB but still produces good numbers.
Can be used in all areas of the field from the short to deep pass.
Will be an asset in improving our red zone efficiency.
Very good Blocker. (Kubiack will love this guy does everything he likes has size good blocker, versatile and has good intangibles)
Round 2: Kevin Zeitler G Wisconsin
Everyone knows about this guy.
I still think he drops due to the amount of good o-lineman coming out this year
Round 3: Kendall Reyes DE Connecticut
Have had this guys in all the mocks i have done.
Coming in at 300 pounds will fit perfectly into the rotation on the D-line.
Will play predominately at DE but if needed can play at NT as well.
Has a good motor and never quits even in pursuit.
His been voted captain last 2 years and seems to have excellent leadership.
(Does this guy sound familiar or what, wade will be banging the table for this guy)
can never have enough DE in the 3-4
Round 4: Dominique Hamilton NT Missouri
Comes in at 6-5 305. some reports have him at 320. even if he is 305 he has long arms and a body that could put on some weight.
Mainly a run stuffer but has potential to pass rushing skills.
I saw a game of his down here and he didn't jump out of the screen but he was definitely somehow who intrigued me.
Considering there isn't much for NT this year i think he pretty good value here.
Playing in the East West shrine game so keep an eye on him
All-Big 12 Conference Honorable Mention for the 2011 college football season.
Round 5: Kellen Moore QB Boise State
Yes the texans are going QB in the 5th again.
Lienart will be getting to much cash for a 3rd stringer
One word describes Moore....WINNER.
He completed 74 percent of his passes for 3,734 yards with 43 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 2011
Round 6: Marquis Maze WR Alabama
Last burner available in the draft.
Will suit playing in the slot as a quick and elusive receiver.
Has retuning skills also which kubiack loves.
Round 7: Adrian Robinson OLB Temple
Has full array of pass rushing moves
has good speed and size.
will help out on special teams because of his good tacking technique
I'm down with Sanu, Zietler and Maze. Reyes seems like a poor man's Earl Mitchell, I think either grabbing a better NT here or a CB would be a better choice. Kellen Moore is a throw away pick. Need to read up on Robinson in the 7th.