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Tony Pauline reported that the Texans showed a lot of interest in him.
Burdette led the nation with 157 total tackles (including assists.)

Here's why:
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=vJyvU...%3DvJyvUJX9Y_o

The guy is really quick; he can blow up blocks or shed off blocks to make play.
I say make him a FB; we have plenty of comp picks.

Birders tallied 12 tackles at the Casino Del Sol All Star game.
I don't know how much he played. There's a video on YouTube out there.
I might just pull up the full tape to see how many snaps he was in.
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Burdette led the nation with 157 total tackles (including assists.)

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The guy is really quick; he can blow up blocks or shed off blocks to make play.
I say make him a FB; we have plenty of comp picks.

Birders tallied 12 tackles at the Casino Del Sol All Star game.
I don't know how much he played. There's a video on YouTube out there.
I might just pull up the full tape to see how many snaps he was in.
watched this guy play early and was impressed. Forgot all about him.
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TE Lucas Reed (Brooks Reed's brother) looks good in catching drills; DeAndre Hopkins (Clemson) did likewise.
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*DT Spencer Nealy was the star of the show. While his workout was okay, his comedic timing was amazing. Nealy had guys like "Mean" Joe Green, Dennis Allen and Rex Ryan chuckling at some of his commentary during workouts, including when he tripped and fell over a blocking dummy and screamed out "f@ck*ing chop block!"
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To that add 35 1/4 inch arms, an 85" wingspan, 10 1/2" hands and a 4.08 twenty Yd shuttle.
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hopefully he is there in the 6th. I would love to see him on the Texans. He could be a TE upgrade.
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I live in nm and used to do a little bit of writing for a local lobo site. I've watched every one of his games that kid is an absolute steal, fantastic hands with regular highlight reel one handed circus catches. Sneaky fast and a good route runner. Will take a hit and has no fear going across the middle. Played in an offense that in his senior year threw the ball a grand total of 154 times in 13 games usually in third an 25 situations. Played his entire career under the historically inept offensive coaching of mike locksley. Look at his sophomore campaign that was the only time that he had a qb (4 different ones that year) who wasn't off the d3 scrap pile. Third team all American as a freshmen.

Hugely underrated. Absolute steal that could be grabbed in the 6-udfa. I have posted a couple of times about this kid already.
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I live in nm and used to do a little bit of writing for a local lobo site. I've watched every one of his games that kid is an absolute steal, fantastic hands with regular highlight reel one handed circus catches. Sneaky fast and a good route runner. Will take a hit and has no fear going across the middle. Played in an offense that in his senior year threw the ball a grand total of 154 times in 13 games usually in third an 25 situations. Played his entire career under the historically inept offensive coaching of mike locksley. Look at his sophomore campaign that was the only time that he had a qb (4 different ones that year) who wasn't off the d3 scrap pile. Third team all American as a freshmen.

Hugely underrated. Absolute steal that could be grabbed in the 6-udfa. I have posted a couple of times about this kid already.
I'm on board. Thanks for the insight.
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I live in nm and used to do a little bit of writing for a local lobo site. I've watched every one of his games that kid is an absolute steal, fantastic hands with regular highlight reel one handed circus catches. Sneaky fast and a good route runner. Will take a hit and has no fear going across the middle. Played in an offense that in his senior year threw the ball a grand total of 154 times in 13 games usually in third an 25 situations. Played his entire career under the historically inept offensive coaching of mike locksley. Look at his sophomore campaign that was the only time that he had a qb (4 different ones that year) who wasn't off the d3 scrap pile. Third team all American as a freshmen.

Hugely underrated. Absolute steal that could be grabbed in the 6-udfa. I have posted a couple of times about this kid already.
I'm assuming that means he was good at blocking and that was his main function in that offense. Would I be correct? If so, then that would be even better because I think a good blocking TE is what the Texans will be looking for. Does anyone know if the Texans had any scouts/coaches there at his Pro-Day?
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I live in nm and used to do a little bit of writing for a local lobo site. I've watched every one of his games that kid is an absolute steal, fantastic hands with regular highlight reel one handed circus catches. Sneaky fast and a good route runner. Will take a hit and has no fear going across the middle. Played in an offense that in his senior year threw the ball a grand total of 154 times in 13 games usually in third an 25 situations. Played his entire career under the historically inept offensive coaching of mike locksley. Look at his sophomore campaign that was the only time that he had a qb (4 different ones that year) who wasn't off the d3 scrap pile. Third team all American as a freshmen.

Hugely underrated. Absolute steal that could be grabbed in the 6-udfa. I have posted a couple of times about this kid already.
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I'm assuming that means he was good at blocking and that was his main function in that offense. Would I be correct? If so, then that would be even better because I think a good blocking TE is what the Texans will be looking for. Does anyone know if the Texans had any scouts/coaches there at his Pro-Day?
I just watched the UT game. Reed was pretty good in blocking.
He won a majority of his blocks, including a couple against Jeffcoat.
He never got beat badly, but he did fail to connect on a few second-level block.
It looks more likely due to the blocking scheme calling for him to approach the defenders at certain angle, but the defenders went against the grain. That doesn't hurt the play much.

He looked very comfortable with the cut block and was strong in-line.

I have about 5 more games (from 2010 to 2012) I can watch.
Too bad, none of those games feature him as a pass catcher so it might be difficult to evaluate that part of his game.

He did have 33 catches for a nice average per catch and 5 TDs as a sophomore, and his performance in catching drills at his pro day should lighten up that concern.

In the UT game, he was used mainly as a blocker in the triple pistol option.

I saw him run a shallow crossing route (and was open, due to scheme) and a wheel route (with he defender play back) so I really can't tell about his route running ability. Hopefully, I'll see some of that when I get to the other games.
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I just watched the UT game. Reed was pretty good in blocking...
Reed has blown up now. Cosell has him compared to Patriots Aaron Hernandez.

I saw one mock that had him in the 2nd round.
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I'm assuming that means he was good at blocking and that was his main function in that offense. Would I be correct? If so, then that would be even better because I think a good blocking TE is what the Texans will be looking for. Does anyone know if the Texans had any scouts/coaches there at his Pro-Day?
From a local site:

Lamar "Flash" Thomas ran a 4.36 forty...
Evan Jacobsen bested his weight lifting numbers.
Lucas Reed's brother Brooks (Houston Texans) and his pops were out there as Lucas had a superb Pro Day. Unfortunately Lucas had 10 of his reps on weight lifting not count due to not locking out his arms, he is working to see if they can do it again...
Ugo Uzodinma cut off his dread locks and looked like a huge beast with some wheels, was really impressed.
Freddy Young also performed well...

The scouts that were out there were from the Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals, and Green Bay Packers... As well as a representative for the B.C. Lions of the CFL.

I was able to look over some shoulders and see some of the notes on players. Interest obviously in...

Flash, Lucas, and Evan... Also saw Ugo and Korian Chambers mentioned... At the end Freddy Young getting some interest as well...

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Not sure if any of these young men will be drafted... I think the biggest chance would be Lucas Reed and Flash... Evan Jacobsen maybe, but he is a specialist and for sure all 3 will get invites to camps...
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Lucas got to re-test on the bench and got 25 reps.

25 reps on the bench after already doing 27 about an hour and a half ago, and running like a fool in between is pretty impressive!

Proday video:

http://youtu.be/yEvNZ0bP7ts

http://www.draftinsider.net/blog/?p=6811

"Both Lucas Reed and Lamar Thomas carried the momentum of the day and after some terrific marks in testing, each stood out in pass catching drills.

Reed’s forty time of 4.68s would have ranked as top five at the combine. His short shuttle time (4.08s) was by far the best of any tight end who ran at the combine. Reed caught the ball well during the practice session, snatching several fast passes out of the air and displaying consistent hands.

For his part Lamar Thomas also looked good. After running 4.35s in the forty Thomas was exceptional in pass catching drills. He ran terrific routes, displayed soft hands and really impressed those on hand.

Reed will be a last day pick while Thomas will surely find his way into a camp. As mentioned earlier, with weapons at their disposal such as Reed and Thomas, scouts at the pro-day wondered aloud why New Mexico did not throw the ball more in 2012."

In answer we ran an offense that really did not emphasize tight ends but passed quite a bit on bubble/isolation screens. The offense was pitiful under locksley's tenure and much more run oriented under Bob Davie. Kid can inline block but is better at reaching defenders at the second level. Built kind of lean to be an powerful drive blocker but has long arms and can reach and wall off defenders at the second level. IMO, more of a pass weapon but has a world of experience as a run blocker. Very smooth athlete.

And it does not appear the texans were in attendance.
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