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Old 03-28-2006   #1
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Default who would your rather have? (if they slipped into the 2nd round)

Tye Hill: CB from Clemson, although small is considered one of the top DBs in the draft from a mere speed and athletism standpoint.

Jimmy Williams: CB/FS Virginia Tech, also small but his versatility is an asset and is incredibly gifted IMO from a few games I watched.

Nick Mangold: C Ohio State, From this board I've heard alot about him and the possibility of him slipping to us is apparently unlikely.

Santonio Holmes: WR Ohio State, big and athletic but some say he has poor routes, if we land Moulds he would really flourish IMO.

Sinorice Moss: WR: Miami, same applies to Moss with the addition of Moulds, although small, he is also very athletic and is a big play threat. Could fit with AJ as both are from the "U".

All of these are mid to late first round prospects who would you take if they were to slip or trade up to get?
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Either of the DB's to sure up that 2nd CB spot or at least to compete with P-Buch
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I don't think there's anyway that J. Williams falls out of the 1st, but if he does, that's who I'd take.
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Williams is not small, he's 6'2" 216!!

Holmes isnt big either, he's 5'11" 190!!
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well i wrote a nice long reply..and then the mods moved the thread so when i posted it it gave me an error and erased my post :P.

So you arent getting the long explaination.

Tye Hill or Sinorice Moss are my choices.

If we got Moulds.. we wouldnt NEED another receiver.. so I would only want Moss if we didnt get Moulds.
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I would take Tye Hill out of the group because I just think he is a better all-around corner then J-Will
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i take jwill and he could play free safety for us
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From this list, Nick Mangold easily. Johnathan Joseph would give him a run for his money, and I guess I'd have to consider Tye Hill and Jimmy Williams, but Mangold is my #2 preference behind Eric Winston for the 33rd pick.
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Santonio Holmes is the top WR in the 2006 draft but carrys a mid 1st rd. projection, so that is not very realistic.

on your list only Moss/Mangold have the chance to slide to the 2nd rd. I would be happy with either one if the Texans sign Moulds then they go Mangold
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Mangold or moss also for me...Depends on if we sign a #2 or not.
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Jimmy Williams. If he doesnt start at CB then he will start at FS. But hes a top 20 pick anyway.
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