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Old 04-23-2013   #27
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Default Re: With the 27th pick in the draft, the Houston Texans select...

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Originally Posted by Rey View Post
Now this I don't understand.

Okoye was a top ten pick...He came out and was the youngest player to ever play in the NFL. Ever. Margus Hunt is 25 and will likely be picked at the end of the first round. Coming out of college Margus Hunt has spent more time as a DE than JJ Watt did. He spent more time at DE than Connor Barwin did.

Hunt has been playing DE for 4 years.

I think there's a huge misconception about Hunt by some. He's been playing football for a while now and has gotten better over time. Dude's not just some great athlete that has not played a lick of football...

I think at worst Hunt is a solid starter in a year or two. I think at best he's a dominant player in the front 7.
The more I hear/read about and see this guy play the more I like him. I think he's gonna be a HOSS! I wouldn't be disappointed in the least.

But...I clicked DeAndre Hopkins. I feel sure he can step in day ONE and be an impact player and Rick Smith is on record countless times saying that's what he looks for in the draft. JMHO of course.
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