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Old 04-03-2013   #41
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Bleecher newest mock post free agency has Cordarrelle Patterson going #8 to Bills & Keenan Allen #10 to Titans. Remember I said no receiver should be graded out a top 10 pick? Then they doll out Jarvis Jones to Texans - http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...agency/page/28 whatcha think about those shocking numbers? usually closer we get to actual draft the better idea we have who will go where, not so much this year its absolutely a crazy
Yeah, I would take Jarvis Jones at 27.
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Watch this and tell me that Keenan is not fast or elusive.

And this is his freshman year, alright!
Oh, jeez.

Not a WR pass attempt! Don't let Kubiak see it!!!
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Yeah, I would take Jarvis Jones at 27.
In a heart beat. Move Reed inside draft a NT and the defense is much improved over last season.
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In a heart beat. Move Reed inside draft a NT and the defense is much improved over last season.
Believe it or not, Mercilus had more "game-affecting plays" than Jones.
(Tackles for loss - including sacks, INTs, FFs, PBUs, and QBHs.)

You can balance the strength of schedule against the fact that Georgia faced one more "crappy" team, and that Mercilus didn't pad his stats against lower-division and crappy opponents.

Based on production, they are pretty comparable.
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Keenan Allen WR California
Jr.6-2/206

Allen didn't run too well (in the 4.7s) at his Pro Day this week, but speed has never been his game. He has good hands and the ability to come down with the ball in traffic, and his recovery from a PCL knee re-injury is not yet complete. For what the Texans receiving game still lacks, Allen is the answer. With or without spiffy 40 times.


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Banks 6.0

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Eric Fisher
OT Central Michigan
Sr.6-7306

2
Dion Jordan
DE/OLB Oregon
Sr.6-6248

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Sharrif Floyd
DT Florida
Jr.6-3297

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Star Lotulelei
DT Utah
Sr.6-3320

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Luke Joeckel
OT Texas A&M
Jr.6-6306

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Lane Johnson
OT Oklahoma
Jr.6-6303

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Chance Warmack
OG Alabama
Sr.6-2317

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Jonathan Cooper
OG North Carolina
Sr.6-2311

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Dee Milliner
CB Alabama
Jr.6-0201

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Ziggy Ansah
DE BYU
Sr.6-5271

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Geno Smith
QB West Virginia
Sr.6-2218

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Xavier Rhodes
CB Florida State
Jr.6-2210

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Barkevious Mingo
DE/OLB LSU
Sr.6-4241

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Sheldon Richardson
DT Missouri
Jr.6-2294

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Jarvis Jones
OLB Georgia
Jr.6-2245

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Tavon Austin
WR West Virginia
Sr.5-9174

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Bjoern Werner
DE Florida State
Jr.6-3266

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Sylvester Williams
DT North Carolina
Sr.6-3313

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Tank Carradine
DE Florida State
Sr.6-4276

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Tyler Eifert
TE Notre Dame
Sr.6-5250

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Alec Ogletree
LB Georgia
Jr.6-2242

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Kenny Vaccaro
S Texas
Sr.6-0214

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Desmond Trufant
CB Washington
Sr.5-11190

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D.J. Fluker
OT Alabama
Sr.6-5339

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Manti Te'o
LB Notre Dame
Sr.6-1241

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Menelik Watson
OT Florida State
Jr.6-5310

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Keenan Allen
WR California
Jr.6-2206

Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins is another popular pick to the Texans, who clearly are targeting a No. 2 receiver to help lighten the receiving load that Andre Johnson has carried for years. For now, we're standing pat with Allen, who catches the ball with physicality, in the mold of Anquan Boldin. A reported failed drug test at the combine might hurt Allen with some teams, but it's not the deal-breaker it once was in the NFL.


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Datone Jones
DE UCLA
Sr.6-3283

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D.J. Hayden
CB Houston
Sr.5-11191

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Jamar Taylor
CB Boise State
Sr.5-11192

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Cordarrelle Patterson
WR Tennessee
Jr.6-2216

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Jonathan Cyprien
S Florida International
Sr.6-0217
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They think the texans would draft a guy that failed a drug test at the combine? This is just another example of lazy reporting.
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They think the texans would draft a guy that failed a drug test at the combine? This is just another example of lazy reporting.
I believe Okoye failed at the combine. Not sure though.

EDIT- Nope, he just told teams that he had smoked before.
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