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Default Re: Early 2014 Mock Drafts

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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post
note: limited to Senior Class only

First Round: Aaron Murray, QB Georgia, 6010 215

It's time. Texans need a fiery leader in mold of a young Drew Brees. Makes up for his lack of size with intelligence, competitive nature, mobility, strong arm with quick release, accurate both long & short. He is not afraid to throw into tight windows, has played four years in SEC with improving results learning from his experience, he is now polished & poised ready to run an NFL offense.


Second Round: Justin Gilbert, CB Oklahoma State, 6000 200

Big, strong, physical cover corner with ideal NFL size. Competes for ball in the air, will challenge QB to throw @ him & shows excellent recovery speed. Good back peddle, fluid hips sub 4.5 long speed. Also outstanding special teams returner, holds Big- 12 record for 5 kickoff returns for touchdown.


Third Round: CJ Fiedorowicz, TE Iowa, 6060 265

Big, physical inline blocker in mold of Mark Brunner, huge asset in pass pro will wall off pass rush. His low production & lack of targets in College may just drop his stock lower than it probably should be. Possess excellent hands, solid route runner, not explosive but very reliable & solid addition to Texan TE stable



Fourth Round: Ryan Groy, OT/OG Wisconsin, 6050 318

OL talent/depth would compete with Quessenberry who is coming off a broken foot on IR. Wade Smith may also be gone so really need to address position no later than 4th rd. Love Badger linemen, very sound fundamentally, has ability to play multiple positions, good feet/speed ratio. Could start as rookie?


Fifth Round: Devon Kennard, OLB/DE USC, 6030 255

Texans need to keep adding pass rushing talent finding a diamond in rough this late would be sweet. Kennard is third on the Trojans in tackles for loss & sacks. Red shirt last season with torn chest/pec injury, before that started for USC as middle LB so he could might be a candidate to kick back inside to ILB which I like on later round prospects that can plug & play another position of need. He made the 2009 ESPN.com Pac-10 All-Freshman first team and Sporting News Pac-10 All-Freshman first team. He won USC's John McKay Award. His farther Derek played 11 seasons in the NFL.



Sixth Round: Chris Davenport, NT Tulane, 6030 330

Highly recruited prep player who played three years for LSU. Very thankful to continue his education, articulate & a classic example of a young persons ability to make positive change in his life. Davenport may have been most known as one of the LSU players connected to the bar brawl prior to the start of the 2011 season involving then-starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson. Has prototypical size for a 3-4 nose. Run plugger up the middle with ceiling to return to form as one of nations top interior linemen.

Seventh Round: Brock Vereen, SS Minnesota, 6000 202

Another DB who is well coached, smart & productive (2nd most on team). Brother of New England RB Shane Vereen. Special teams gunner, durable, competitive. Someone to stash on PS or step up due to injury. Versatile safety who could play either FS or SS.


Very impressive effort sir!

1. Murray is a polarizing figure, but I believe in him. He has SEC battle scars and is ready to lead from Day 1. I personally prefer Hundley, but I would be happy with Murray as well. There are several good QB prospects in this draft, hopefully the Texans are smart enough to get one.

2. I can see the reasoning for going CB early with the theory that KJ bolts. If you go CB, Gilbert is a strong option.

3. Looking for a Gronk?! Good idea. I think OD may be heading out next year(cap casualty along with Schaub) so getting a #3 TE is smart.

4. Im a big fan of Quessenberry and I dont think he really broke his foot. I think it was an IR move to keep him on the squad. I think Quiz takes the starting job from Smith next year. Jones and Brooks would be competing for RG spot, but Groy could grab it. I too like Badger OL. Id grab him here.

5. I like Kennard, but would really like to address the OLB spot earlier. Right now the passrush is basically Watt and Smith with Merculis sprinkled in. That MUST get better.

6. LOVE big NTs. Sadly I know the Texans wont take one, but man it woud be fun to see a big boy with Sand in his pants wearing a Texans uni on 4th and 2. Oh well, to dream I suppose!!!

7. Can he play FS? My concern is that we got Ed Reed and have nobody who can learn how to be a FS on the team. Swearinger, Pleasant, Keo, etc are all SS type of players. None of them are the ball hawking CF this team needs. Can Vereen be that man?

Overall another VERY impressive draft haul!!!
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