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Old 03-01-2011   #1
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Default Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

If the Texans want to fill one of their most glaring needs and select a cornerback in the first round of the draft, Nebraska's Prince Amukamara is the most likely candidate.

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If the Texans were to trade up for a corner it better be Patrick Peterson.
Prince Amukamara seems to be a slower CB and we all ready have a young corner who is not a burner. The DBs are running Tuesday at the combine so hopefully I am wrong about Prince's speed actually hopefully John McClain is wrong and the Texans do not draft another DB early with all the def talent I would hope at 11 we can find a strong starter with out giving up additional picks we need all the help we can get.
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Default Re: Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

With scouts projecting both Peterson & Amukamura as FS, I can't get too excited about either of these guys. We've already got two corners (Quin & Allen) & possibly a third (Jackson).

I want a true corner, not a projected safety.

With luck, one of the big bodied DTs will fall to us & get a corner in the second.
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i say wait till second or move back into the late first for a corner, take best available at 11
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i say wait till second or move back into the late first for a corner, take best available at 11
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Is Amukamara or Smith really that much better than A.Williams or D.House? Both Willians and House should br available in the late 1st or when Rick and Gary are going thru their 3 stooges routine in the 2nd rd.
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No, no let's not use our top Draft pick for another CB this year who would then be starting in his rookie year, just like last years top pick. Bad idea.
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Default Re: Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

Prince just ran his first 40 unofficial 4.37
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Prince just ran his first 40 unofficial 4.37
Good then he'll bump Von Miller one spot closer to Texans
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Good then he'll bump Von Miller one spot closer to Texans
Nah, Miller wont fall anywhere near the Texans. Teams love him. This does either make him a more attractive option for the Texans, or bumps another player down. Either way, good stuff.
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Default Re: Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

Miller won't get out of the top 7. Both DBs will be gone before the Texans pick too. Prince won't make it past the Cowboys if he is there. Peterson won't make it close to there either. As for the switch to safety, that is just fluff talk and I'll believe it when I see it. Prince is a real shut down cover corner who basically, despite some speed issues is considered a pro ready cover corner. Switching a guy to safety isn't just an easy thing and that will put them in an unnatural position and cause growing pains. If they do it because of speed then they alot of these top 10 teams need safety too. So I can't see them dropping.

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We seem to be pretty bad at scouting DBs and DL. Maybe we should just trade the pick and get someone we know can play
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We seem to be pretty bad at scouting DBs and DL. Maybe we should just trade the pick and get someone we know can play
That would be a smart thing to do. Seeing the track record of Rick and Gary on draft day.
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Good then he'll bump Von Miller one spot closer to Texans
Miller runs in the low 4.5s, but Justin Houston is 25 lbs bigger and runs sub
4.7. Really, which one has the more impressive performance ?
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Default Re: Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

WRs get separation from the CB in the first few steps from the LOS.... 40 time has zero relevance on whether a player is "quick" or not.

I've been down on Amukara since the Oklahoma St game... but everybody has a bad day here or there. I think we're painted into a corner (no pun intended) at cornerback... we need a veteran to start there. We can't afford to go through a rookie's growing pains just to develop in a couple years.
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As for the switch to safety, that is just fluff talk and I'll believe it when I see it. Prince is a real shut down cover corner who basically, despite some speed issues is considered a pro ready cover corner.
I'm just going by what scouts are saying. No one in particular.....

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http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/dal...-amukamara.ece
Which is odd, because he said pretty much the exact opposite on NFLN. He talked about "tightness" saying Prince doesn't have the fluidity he needs to be a top Corner. He can play Corner, but he'll only be avg, maybe a little better than avg. But he thinks he can be a Pro Bowl Safety.
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I'm just going by what scouts are saying. No one in particular.....

Which is odd, because he said pretty much the exact opposite on NFLN. He talked about "tightness" saying Prince doesn't have the fluidity he needs to be a top Corner. He can play Corner, but he'll only be avg, maybe a little better than avg. But he thinks he can be a Pro Bowl Safety.
I like reading Drew Boylhardt. He think both Peterson and Amukara could be safeties. Problem he sees with Prince is that his change of direction isn't top level and the quicker WRs will beat him and get separation. He's got the speed to catch up but there's more separation there than you would like. Catch, tackle, first down.

Having a safety that can come up on the line of scrimmage and cover a WR would be really nice though!! Just bc he's a safety doesn't mean he has to play back all the time. Especially near the red zone.
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Default Re: Texans zero in on drafting a top-quality cornerback

Deon Sanders just said that Brandon Harris has impressed him the most when it comes to the corner drills. On the other hand Prince was not very impressive, especially when he stood straight up before turning around in the back-peddle drill.
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Deon Sanders just said that Brandon Harris has impressed him the most when it comes to the corner drills. On the other hand Prince was not very impressive, especially when he stood straight up before turning around in the back-peddle drill.
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Which is odd, because he said pretty much the exact opposite on NFLN. He talked about "tightness" saying Prince doesn't have the fluidity he needs to be a top Corner. He can play Corner, but he'll only be avg, maybe a little better than avg. But he thinks he can be a Pro Bowl Safety.
I know, I keep reading the same stuff about safety for Prince but it is weird that I've also seen quotes like above and from Day 1 have heard he is the most "pro" ready. So we will see. If the Cowboys see him as a safety, they may pass and look at one of the 3-4 DE/LB at that spot. I think they would rather bring in a FA or try Ball again, then get a rookie up to speed at a new position. I could be wrong.

Here is some more info..Dane Brugler

http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/dal...safety-too.ece

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A lot of mock drafts have Prince Amukamara going to the Cowboys with the No. 9 pick. Experts have also been saying he could project as a safety in the NFL as well as a cornerback. How do you see him being used?



To be honest with you, I think his best long-term position will be at free safety. He’s such a physical hitter that plays well in press coverage. It’ll be interesting to see what he runs in the 40. He works out later this afternoon and if he runs in the 4.5 range, then maybe you think a free safety might be the best fit for him. But, you have to try him at cornerback: the fluid hips; the footwork; the technique; it’s all there. So, you try him at cornerback and then if you move him to free safety down the line, then that’s where you move him but he’s going to get his chance at cornerback and I think he’ll do well. He’s NFL-ready right now; he’ll step in and he’ll start from day one as soon as gets to the NFL.
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He does and he’s just a natural hitter. He came into college at Nebraska and he was a running back, so he’s a physical guy. They moved him to cornerback and he does not let up out there. The guy…and you want to call him a hitter but he’s a tackler. He’s a wrap-tackler, he doesn’t miss a lot of tackles and he’s a really impressive guy. He did well in his interviews yesterday; spoke really highly of his coaches at Nebraska and he really takes pride in his craft and he works hard to get better at it. He’s got a bright future; there’s no doubt about that.
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I love the NFL Draft. All seems so certain during February and March and we always get surprises on Draft Day. I love it I love it!

Von Miller and Prince Amukara could slip and both be available at 11. We all think that's unlikely now.. but it's one of those surprises that could happen. I see Marcel Dareus as a virtual lock to go Top 7... I think he's a the least chance to be available for us than the other two.
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