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Old 02-13-2013   #3
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JMO:

1. Short, you know I'm on board with this pick, love it. He's perfect for the 1 gap 3-4 system that Wade uses as a NT but I'm just not sure he's fast enough for DE duties.
2. B. Williams, I'm still ehhhh with this player, he shows potential but one good week of practice and a good Senior Bowl showing doesn't mean he's ready to make the huge leap from D2 to the NFL. I need to see more from him. Also there's no way we change 2/3rds of our D-line in one offseason with rookies. A new NT makes sense when he has vet. DE's beside him but 2 rookies starting on the D-line is asking for trouble, especially with Williams stepping up from D2 ball.
3. S. Bailey, he's a slot/#3 WR in the NFL and we've already got Martin in that position and although he's not great yet he shows some potential and we need a starting #2WR. One of the first 2 picks has got to be WR and someone bigger, listed at 5'10" in college probably means that he's 5'08"-5'09". We all know colleges with all their grossly overpriced intelligence still don't know how to use a measuring tape.
3b. A. Bailey, I really like the player as an OG but I think the Texans will look for an OT here that can double as an OG since we look for athleticism/quickness/agility in our O-linemen.
4. Klein, love this pick as well, sideline to sideline ILB with good coverage skills, I like his size for the position as well.
5. Hawthorne, I know CBS has him ranked in the 6th and I love the player but I still think he goes higher than this, probably in the 3rd. Walterfootball has him listed as a 2nd-4th round prospect.
6. M. Williams, another great pick that makes sense for the Texans needs.
7. Smith, I like the player but his ACL surgery was in December and I doubt him being ready by Sept. 2013. I'm thinking he'd be either on IR or PUP at the beginning of the season and wouldn't be usefull until the 2014 season.

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