we'll know in a few weeks if Texans address a particular position to upgrade via free agency. this is only a best guess before the combine, before free agency, before pro-days, before the draft as to how I see these prospects grading out & where they would be successful. no two boards are alike.
this exercise also helps me sleep on taking pass rusher over QB, when there are three possible choices to address franchise QB. buffered somewhat by Bill O'Brian specialty for identifying skill set his QB needs to run offense. the days of looking down Andre Johnson are over. tomorrows QB must spread the ball to multiple targets & show no tendencies. in this sense Bridgewarter is king of ball movement to every target downfield, only question is his deep ball, which will inevitably improve with arm strength as he matures & grows as a Pro.
never know but a team could trade back up into the first to select a QB, it happens all the time. still I see no team, the way this flows who would select Jimmy until Texans next turn #33. currently ranked #57th best overall prospect & #5 QB by NFL Scout he will certainly impress more than others @ combine because he will compete, http://jg-tc.com/sports/college/eiu-...4d4367369.html
plus as well as others have his private & pro day workouts.
Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo continued the positive momentum he'd gained from the East-West Shrine Game with an impressive initial practice. While he does not possess Carr's howitzer, Garoppolo has a very quick set-up and release and frequently threw led his receivers away from defenders, showing better ball-placement than Carr on several of his throws. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com]