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Old 03-09-2013   #42
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Default Re: 2013 Texans Draft Analysis

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Originally Posted by thunderkyss View Post
How does he compare to the other players who will be there for our 2nd? Do you think he'll be around for our third?
I was hoping that he will last to our third, now I think he may last even later.

Mussop just reported in the draft section that he had had multiple concussion (per Mike Mayock.)

There was a guy named Chris Owusu from Stanford that went through the same thing (courtesy of Andrew Luck) and went undrafted, despite putting up great numbers at the combine:
4.36 forty
6.85 3-cone
40.5 vertical
10'9 broad jump
19 bench

From NFL.com:

Owusu has been a reliable receiver and return threat for Stanford throughout his career, who faced an unfortunate set of injuries in his senior season that could severely hurt his draft status going into 2012. With the current attention being given to concussions and the "return-to-play" protocols, teams will have a tough time justifying Owusu as he recovers from a concussion-laden senior season. Despite these red flags, Owusu is a mature player on the field who would be a reliable return option when healthy.
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