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Old 04-14-2006   #1
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Alot of under the radar OT's are former TE's including Eric Winston and others. Alot of these guys are mobile and fit the Texans zone blocking system. We could get one with our 6th, 7th round picks. I have not seen any of these guys play, but am curious if anyone is alumni or something and have seen them. Some are former TE's and other positions.

Joe Toledo Washington Height: 6-5 1/2 | Weight: 337 | 40-Time: 5.11

Paul McQuistan Weber St. 6-6 1/8 312 5.07

Guy Whimper East Carolina 6-4 3/4 304 4.95

Michael Toudouze T.C.U 6-5 3/4 303 5.10

Jeromey Clary Kansas St. 6-6 1/8 309 4.88

Jimmy Martin Virginia Tech 6-5 303 5.14

Willie Hall Middle Tenn. St. 6-5 3/8 300 5.31

Seppo Evwaraye Nebraska 6-4 3/4 319 5.03

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Looks like a good list, but nobody knows their work ethic so they might act like Jerome Mathis....JK

Yo we were the worst team in the league last year, so I could see us taking a chance on one of these guys, and as far as I know we dont have a 7th round choice.... or am I wrong.
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We got a late comp. pick.
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Alot of under the radar OT's are former TE's including Eric Winston and others. Alot of these guys are mobile and fit the Texans zone blocking system. We could get one with our 6th, 7th round picks. I have not seen any of these guys play, but am curious if anyone is alumni or something and have seen them. Some are former TE's and other positions.

Joe Toledo Washington Height: 6-5 1/2 | Weight: 337 | 40-Time: 5.11

Paul McQuistan Weber St. 6-6 1/8 312 5.07

Guy Whimper East Carolina 6-4 3/4 304 4.95

Michael Toudouze T.C.U 6-5 3/4 303 5.10

Jeromey Clary Kansas St. 6-6 1/8 309 4.88

Jimmy Martin Virginia Tech 6-5 303 5.14

Willie Hall Middle Tenn. St. 6-5 3/8 300 5.31

Seppo Evwaraye Nebraska 6-4 3/4 319 5.03

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Good list...

I would add Brando Twito - Pittsburg State to that list. From what info I can garner he is a 280lb TE with a 4.8 40 and a lot of athleticism.
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Alot of under the radar OT's are former TE's including Eric Winston and others. Alot of these guys are mobile and fit the Texans zone blocking system. We could get one with our 6th, 7th round picks. I have not seen any of these guys play, but am curious if anyone is alumni or something and have seen them. Some are former TE's and other positions.

Joe Toledo Washington Height: 6-5 1/2 | Weight: 337 | 40-Time: 5.11

Paul McQuistan Weber St. 6-6 1/8 312 5.07

Guy Whimper East Carolina 6-4 3/4 304 4.95

Michael Toudouze T.C.U 6-5 3/4 303 5.10

Jeromey Clary Kansas St. 6-6 1/8 309 4.88

Jimmy Martin Virginia Tech 6-5 303 5.14

Willie Hall Middle Tenn. St. 6-5 3/8 300 5.31

Seppo Evwaraye Nebraska 6-4 3/4 319 5.03

stats from NFLDraftCountdown.com
Guy Whimper would be my top choice among these guys, although I haven't really seen anything on Evwaraye or Hall.
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This is a crazy thread! There are about 6 posters on this board who have patience with a project left tackle.

If we get another one and the guy isn't Orlando Pace during his learning curve year, he'll be a bust, a turnstyle, and worse.

However, I understand most players look good pre-draft from scouting reports. It's the NFL competition that opens most fans' eyes.
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