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Old 04-12-2012   #81
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Miami (Ohio) guard Brandon Brooks (?/?).

LSU cornerback Ron Brooks (4/?).

Texas A&M kicker Randy Bullock (4/16).

Old Dominion defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron (?/?).

Oregon State cornerback Brandon Hardin (?/?).

Boise State safety George Iloka (?/?).

California linebacker Mychal Kendricks (4/?).

Northwestern State cornerback Jeremy Lane (4/1).

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Glad to hear the Texans are meeting with my favorite sleeper pick.

If Brooks is there in the 2nd Rd he will be a steal

350 Lbs men who run 4.9 and BP 35 times dont grow on trees. Brooks is a monster and despite being a big guy has great movement skills. He would be a great fit in the ZBS.

Brooks can also play RT in addition to OG.
If that guy can get to the second level watch out, he is gonna kill somebody.
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http://www.kffl.com/team/18/NFL

Texans met with Stanford OT Jonathan Martin.

Same site says the Texans could be targeting Brian Quick in the first.
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Texans met with Stanford OT Jonathan Martin.

Same site says the Texans could be targeting Brian Quick in the first.
The receiver from Appalachian St? WOW!...uh WOW!

I guess he's projected to go early in the 2nd and they feel he will not be available by the time they pick? Perhaps a Duane Brown situation?

Here's some info I found on a Jags board. Looks like they like him:
http://www.bigcatcountry.com/2012/4/...nville-jaguars
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Brian Quick looks like a beast on film. I think he would be a better player than Jacoby and Walter from day 1 even coming from a small school.

He looks like he does a lot of things really well...Catches in traffic, gets seperation, and he is a Beast after the catch...

Is he worth an end of the first round draft pick?

I wouldn't mind it at all.

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Brian Quick looks like a beast on film. I think he would be a better player than Jacoby and Walter from day 1.
That's what I'm seeing too. I think this may be a Duane Brown situation where we take him because he won't be there in the 2nd.
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Brian Quick looks like a beast on film. I think he would be a better player than Jacoby and Walter from day 1 even coming from a small school.

He looks like he does a lot of things really well...Catches in traffic, gets seperation, and he is a east after the catch...

Is he worth an end of the first round draft pick?

I wouldn't mind it at all.
If the guy is a hit, then they are always worth a draft pick IMO. I don't really care about the perceived reach so much as the actual production of a player. It only matters when they don't work out for you

As for Quick, he's moving up boards all over the place. A couple months ago he was thought to be a 3-4 round guy, but now it seems he will be at mid-2nd rounder. The question is, can the Texans trade back 15 spots or so and pick up a 3rd and still get him? Say Seattle wanted to give us #43 and #75 for #26 to jump up and get a guy like Fleener, Worthy or Perry. Could we still get Quick at 43? I think so, but I also think he may be there at 58. At this point I expect him to be taken somewhere around 40-60.

It would also be cool to have back to back picks in the 3rd

Another potential trade partner would be Dallas who really really needs a center. I expect Konz to be there at 26, but probably won't fall past Baltimore or Green Bay.
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Experience suggests that the Texans will not use a pre-draft visit with their first round pick-http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-and-workouts/. The attentive reader may note that none of these players are first round prospects. (Jonathan Martin is the exception and may go late in the first round).
As best I can piece together from several sources, these players have visited or will visit with the Texans:

Mario Louis, WR, Grambling State
Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
Brandon Brooks, OL, Miami-Ohio
Bruce Irvin, LB, West Virginia
Mychal Kendricks, LB, California
Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
Derek Wolfe, DL, Cincinnati
Jerel Worthy, DL Michigan State
Ronnie Cameron, DL, Old Dominion
Brandon Hardin, DB, Oregon State
Ron Brooks, DB, LSU
Lionel Smith, DB, Texas A&M
Desmond Marrow, DB, Toledo
Donnie Fletcher, DB, Boston College
Jeremy Lane, DB, Northwestern State
Tavon Wilson, SS, Illinois
Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State
George Iloka, S, Boise State
Randy Bullock, K, Texas A&M

So, whatya think about these guys? Love 'em? Hate 'em? Intrigued?

Mario Louis, WR, Grambling State
I kind of like this guy's versatility and it looks like he can actually catch the ball. If we're grading on a curve (in other words, compared to Jacoby Jones) this guy could be a late round home-run. UDFA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=kGBy4pNSEgA

Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
This guy was rated the #2 tackle in the draft prior to the combine and then his stock fell. I've seen him mocked late in the first all the way to late in the second round. Looks to me like a solid run-blocker, could possibly start at right tackle or at least provide support at swing tackle. Round 1-2

Brandon Brooks, OL, Miami-Ohio
Wasn't invited to combine but his draft stock is rising rapidly. This guy could bench press a truck and he's predicted to fit well into a zone scheme. Rounds 2-4

Bruce Irvin, LB, West Virginia
Could be a gifted edge-rusher but he's very raw. This position has a high bust factor. Rounds 3-4

Mychal Kendricks, LB, California
I gotta say I'm intrigued by this guy. Played outside and then played inside in the 3-4. Good coverage skills, fastest time at combine for LB in 12 years. Kind of small for ILB, but so is Sharpton. Rounds 3-5

Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
Considered more a Will 4-3 prospect but a good one. Not much of a pass rusher but good coverage skills, small. Rounds 2-3

Derek Wolfe, DL, Cincinnati
Pegged as a high motor player best-fitted as a 5-technique in a 3-4. Sound familiar? Rounds 2-3

Jerel Worthy, DL Michigan State
Possible fit as 5-technique minus a few pounds or in rotation as a Phillips-style NT. Rounds 2-3

Ronnie Cameron, DL, Old Dominion
Dominant player in small conference, looks like possible NT. Rounds 5-UDFA

Brandon Hardin, DB, Oregon State
Projected as FS, special teams gunner. Rounds 4-6

Ron Brooks, DB, LS
Projected as SS. Round 3

Lionel Smith, DB, Texas A&M
Round 7-UDFA

Desmond Marrow, DB, Toledo
UDFA

Donnie Fletcher, DB, Boston College
4-year starter. Rounds 4-6

Jeremy Lane, DB, Northwestern State
Round 6-UDFA

Tavon Wilson, SS, Illinois
Rounds 6-7

Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State
Rounds 6-7

George Iloka, S, Boise State
Rounds 2-4

Looks like a typical Texans' draft...DL, OL, LBs, some developmental DBs for special teams and UDFA receivers. Except for that first pick...


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...rkout-tracker/
http://www.stateofthetexans.com/?p=3641
http://draftace.com/blog/2012/03/16/...visit-tracker/
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Add in Patrick Edwards from UH

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It's just an annual workout the Texans put together for local draft prospects.
Keenum will be there too, doesn't mean the Texans have any plan regarding any of them.

• Keenum, along with receiver Patrick Edwards, center Chris Thompson, linebacker Sammy Brown and running back Michael Hayes, are scheduled to participate in a workout for the Texans on Saturday at Reliant Park. The Texans annually host a workout for many of the local, Houston-area draft prospects and invites them to workout (note: workout is closed to the public and to the media).

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Minnesota TE/FB Eric Lair.

http://twitter.com/#!/E_Lair85/statu...12867506581504

Another local boy, I think.
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So, whatya think about these guys? Love 'em? Hate 'em? Intrigued?

Mario Louis, WR, Grambling State
I kind of like this guy's versatility and it looks like he can actually catch the ball. If we're grading on a curve (in other words, compared to Jacoby Jones) this guy could be a late round home-run. UDFA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=kGBy4pNSEgA

Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
This guy was rated the #2 tackle in the draft prior to the combine and then his stock fell. I've seen him mocked late in the first all the way to late in the second round. Looks to me like a solid run-blocker, could possibly start at right tackle or at least provide support at swing tackle. Round 1-2

Brandon Brooks, OL, Miami-Ohio
Wasn't invited to combine but his draft stock is rising rapidly. This guy could bench press a truck and he's predicted to fit well into a zone scheme. Rounds 2-4

Bruce Irvin, LB, West Virginia
Could be a gifted edge-rusher but he's very raw. This position has a high bust factor. Rounds 3-4

Mychal Kendricks, LB, California
I gotta say I'm intrigued by this guy. Played outside and then played inside in the 3-4. Good coverage skills, fastest time at combine for LB in 12 years. Kind of small for ILB, but so is Sharpton. Rounds 3-5

Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
Considered more a Will 4-3 prospect but a good one. Not much of a pass rusher but good coverage skills, small. Rounds 2-3

Derek Wolfe, DL, Cincinnati
Pegged as a high motor player best-fitted as a 5-technique in a 3-4. Sound familiar? Rounds 2-3

Jerel Worthy, DL Michigan State
Possible fit as 5-technique minus a few pounds or in rotation as a Phillips-style NT. Rounds 2-3


Lionel Smith, DB, Texas A&M
Round 7-UDFA


Jeremy Lane, DB, Northwestern State
Round 6-UDFA
I've seen these guys play, some more often than other; maybe I'll start looking at them more closely now.
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randy bullock worked out with the texans on saturday morning and went 12/12 with a long of 60. bullock in the 6th is starting to look like a strong possibility if no other team has taken him.
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Did Kubiak watch any of the field goals, or did he have his back turned.
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randy bullock worked out with the texans on saturday morning and went 12/12 with a long of 60. bullock in the 6th is starting to look like a strong possibility if no other team has taken him.
Thank you. Everyone thinks I'm crazy for using my late rounders on a kicker. Saying you could get a UDFA for cheaper. I say make your picks count if you know this guy can do the job.
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Did Kubiak watch any of the field goals, or did he have his back turned.
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That was good stan. I wonder, any word on if the texans have met with coby fleener?
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