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Old 12-25-2012   #24
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Default Re: Uno Amigo Texan 2013 Mock 2.0

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
Man, that's a tongue twister alright.

I don't know if these two guys would last until the third (they might) but I'd prefer them over Swope:

Stedman Bailey; like I had predicted, he continues to be a playmaker.
You can't beat that kind of production.
Don't let his size fool you.
There's a highlight video out there showing him getting into it big time with Claiborne.

Marcus Davis' stock seems to drop with drops, but his size/speed/length is first rounder material.
A third round pick is more than worth the risk, I think, since he has the potential to be a number one receiver if he can put everything together.
Baily could be a DeSean Jackson clone in a good way. He's going to make plays for someone.

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Originally Posted by steelbtexan View Post
If Tyler Bray or Barkley fall to the Texans at the end of rd 1 Rick/Gary should take him.
Bray? Yes. Barkley...wouldn't touch any USC QB for a long term prospect. They tend to be fools gold.


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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post
I really like Landry Jones, Oklahoma, 6'4" 230 a lot. Late 2nd would be excellent value for him. Experienced, strong arm, can run this offense with minimal changes & type of high character/matured young man Kubiak could trust to run HIS system
This is the QB prospect I'd look at.
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