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Old 04-23-2008   #1
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Well, Jake Long is the 1st pick of the draft (allegedly) and we are getting very close to my own personal Christmas. Since PFW has gone down, my draft board has fluctuated some. There are 71 players on this list who I feel the Texans have a shot at drafting, otherwise Vernon Gholston would be at the top of the list. Anyway, I'll be the first to say that my board doesn't match up with many of the "experts" that I see on the internet. I have guys like Carl Nicks rated higher and guys like Dexter Jackson much lower. While keeping in mind that I don't want to "reach" for a player early who I may be able to theoretically get later, I've tried to stay true to my own opinion on player projections. If I'm going to be wrong about a guy, I want it to be because of what I thought, not what somebody else told me to think. Vinny taught me that. Anyway, I'm sure I'll catch heat on my #1 guy, but I can live with that. I've seen him as low at #49 on one "expert" mock draft. It would be awesome if the Texans were able to trade down and still get him, but that remains to be seen. So, here are "My Guys" going into the 2008 draft.

1 CB Antoine Cason - Arizona 6'0" 190 4.45
2 CB Dom Rodgers Cromartie - Tenn St 6' 1 1/2" 184 4.33
3 CB Leodis McKelvin - Troy 5' 10 1/4" 190 4.38
4 OT Branden Albert - Virginia 6' 6" 309 5.17
5 RB Rashard Mendenhall - Illinois 5' 10 1/8" 225 4.45
6 DE Derrick Harvey - Florida 6' 4 5/8" 271 4.82
7 OT Chris Williams - Vandy 6' 6" 315 5.17
8 WR James Hardy - Indiana 6' 6" 217 4.49
9 OT Carl Nicks - Nebraska 6' 5" 341 5.18
10 DT Trevor Laws - USC 6' 0 3/4" 304 5.13
11 LB Cliff Avril - Purdue 6' 2 7/8" 253 4.59
12 LB Jerod Mayo - Tennessee 6' 1" 242 4.54
13 CB Tracy Porter - Indiana 5'11" 188 4.37
14 RB Matt Forte - Tulane 6' 1 1 7/8" 217 4.46
15 RB Ray Rice - Rutgers 5' 8" 199 4.47
16 DT Dre Moore - Maryland 6' 4" 305 4.84
17 WR Andre Caldwell - Florida 6'1" 204 4.37
18 TE Dustin Keller Purdue 6' 2" 242 4.54
19 LB Marcus Howard - Georgia 6' 1" 238 4.45
20 RB Chris Johnson - East Carolina 5' 11" 197 4.24
21 DE Jeremy Thompson - Wake Forest 6' 4 3/8" 264 4.75
22 OT Jeremy Zuttah - Rutgers 6' 4" 303 4.99
23 CB Charles Godfrey - Iowa 6'0" 207 4.44
24 S Quentin Demps - UTEP 6'0" 206 4.39
25 CB Antwaun Molden - Eastern Ky. 6' 0 3/4" 198 4.44
26 OT Duane Brown - Va Tech 6' 4" 315 5.08
27 RB Tashard Choice - Ga Tech 5' 10 1/2" 215 4.50
28 QB Josh Johnson - San Diego 6'3" 213 4.55
29 QB John David Booty - USC 6'3" 218 4.82
30 OG Donald Thomas - Connecticut 6' 4" 303 5.00
31 CB Patrick Lee - Auburn 6'0" 200 4.41
32 S DaJuan Morgan - NC St. 6' 0 1/8" 205 4.56
33 WR Will Franklin - Missouri 6' 1" 214 4.37
34 DT DeMario Pressley NC State 6' 3" 300 5.12
35 LB Bryan Kehl - BYU 6' 2" 242 4.57
36 LB Ben Moffitt S. Florida 6' 1" 234 4.59
37 WR Paul Hubbard Wisconsin 6' 3" 221 4.49
38 LB Stanford Kegler - Purdue 6' 1 5/8" 239 4.55
39 LB Wesley Woodyard - Kentucky 6' 0 3/8" 227 4.51
40 DE Jason Jones - Eastern Michigan 6' 5 1/4" 273 4.78
41 RB Thomas Brown - Georgia 5' 8 3/8" 204 4.42
42 RB Kevin Smith - Central Fla 6' 1 1 1/8" 217 4.48
43 WR Darius Reynaud - W Va 5' 9" 203 4.47
44 WR Arman Shields - Richmond 6' 0 3/4" 194 4.44
45 DT Nick Hayden - Wisconsin 6' 4" 291 5.24
46 DE Brian Johnston Gardner Webb 6' 5" 274 4.68
47 DT Marcus Harrison - Arkansas 6' 3" 317 5.06
48 DE Chris Harrington - Texas A&M 6'5" 264 4.84
49 DE Trevor Scott - Buffalo 6'5" 256 4.59
50 CB Tyvon Branch - U Conn 6'0" 204 4.31
51 WR Keenan Burton - Kentucky 6' 1" 201 4.49
52 CB Terrence Wheatley - Colorado 5'10" 187 4.37
53 DT Carlton Powell - Va Tech 6' 2" 292 5.03
54 WR Dexter Jackson - Appalachian St. 5' 10" 182 4.37
55 CB Michael Grant - Arkansas 6'1" 193 4.37
56 WR Harry Douglas - Louisville 5' 11" 176 4.51
57 TE Jacob Tamme - Kentucky 6' 3" 236 4.58
58 DT Keilen Dykes - West Va. 6' 4" 295 5.06
59 RB Jalen Parmele - Toledo 6' 0" 224 4.47
60 WR Pierre Garcon - Mt. Union 6'0" 209 4.48
61 CB Darnell Terrell Missouri 6'2" 203 4.46
62 CB Orlando Scandrick - Boise St. 5'10" 192 4.32
63 TE Gary Barnidge - Louisville 6' 6" 243 4.65
64 RB BenJarvis Green-Ellis - Mississippi 5' 10 5/8" 219 4.55
65 QB Matt Flynn - LSU 6' 2" 231 4.79
66 CB Jonathan Wilhite - Auburn 5'10" 185 4.38
67 S Derrick Doggett - Oregon St. 6'2" 212 4.53
68 S Dowayne Davis Syracuse 6'0" 202 4.46
69 CB Marcus Walker - Oklahoma 5'11" 191 4.46
70 LB Steve Octavien - Nebraska 6' 0" 238 4.67
71 CB Brandon Carr- GrandValley St 6' 0" 207 4.43
yesterdays post
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http://www.inthebullseye.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8
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Default Re: in the bullseye:Roy P

So Wolf, are you and Roy from PFW one in the same or are you just his proxy for this thread ?
BTW, Carl Nicks wouldn't get by Bob McNair, the seargent-at-arms at the front door of the Texans Draft room.
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Default Re: in the bullseye:Roy P

Blasphemy!

Well...almost..

10 DT Trevor Laws - USC 6' 0 3/4" 304 5.13


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So Wolf, are you and Roy from PFW one in the same or are you just his proxy for this thread ?
BTW, Carl Nicks wouldn't get by Bob McNair, the seargent-at-arms at the front door of the Texans Draft room.
not the same at all, just saw this on the new website and remember somene on HPF thread talking about Roy and his predraft thingamajig
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