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Old 04-30-2011   #21
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DO NOT LIKE.

I wonder if he is supposed to be a 5 tech or an OLB.

Either way he won't make it out of camp.
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Screams PR pick to me. I dont like this one bit. Why take a local player here? Take a player you dont think will sign with you as an UDFA. Bad pick in my opinion. He is a far way away from being an NFL player- small for an OLB, not sudden or explosive, no stats (only 6 TFL and 3 sacks?!). I just dont get it.
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Exotic name. I am a fan, strictly because of the name.

"Oz" or "Cheddar" I dont care which one we go with. I'm a fan.
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Last pick in the draft and we are expecting something major? Remember a OG named Smith and a LT that is 6'7 315lbs? Both went higher and remain on PS. After this draft, I say give Wade Phillips this one. Who knows? Maybe some of Foster will rub off.
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OK what is his first name for real?
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OK what is his first name for real?
Cheta as in fast as a Cheeta but you can call him zoo.
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Cheta as in fast as a Cheeta but you can call him zoo.
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I have no reaction because he is a 7th rounder and if he even makes the team then that probably makes it a decent pick.
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Screams PR pick to me. I dont like this one bit. Why take a local player here? Take a player you dont think will sign with you as an UDFA. Bad pick in my opinion. He is a far way away from being an NFL player- small for an OLB, not sudden or explosive, no stats (only 6 TFL and 3 sacks?!). I just dont get it.
Yeah 247 lbs is way small for a 3-4 OLB.

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Fixed that for ya. Maybe the people that get paid for this (Wade Phillips?) sees something you don't.
I hope I am wrong. I know that people get paid to do this. I know the FO has more information than we do. But does it hurt some of you when some of us give our opinions on players, especially if it is contrary to the FO?

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Screams PR pick to me. I dont like this one bit. Why take a local player here? Take a player you dont think will sign with you as an UDFA. Bad pick in my opinion. He is a far way away from being an NFL player- small for an OLB, not sudden or explosive, no stats (only 6 TFL and 3 sacks?!). I just dont get it.
Wouldn't the best PR pick have been Herzlich?
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Wouldn't the best PR pick have been Herzlich?
Maybe, but maybe his medical did not pan out or something. I am not saying PR was the only reason for the pick, just that I think it played a major role.
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Screams PR pick to me. I dont like this one bit. Why take a local player here? Take a player you dont think will sign with you as an UDFA. Bad pick in my opinion. He is a far way away from being an NFL player- small for an OLB, not sudden or explosive, no stats (only 6 TFL and 3 sacks?!). I just dont get it.
My first reaction was to agree with you but after researching the pick a bit it seems he has a history with Philips from the East-West Shrine game. Maybe Philips saw something in him he can work with. I'm guessing he ends up on the practice squad but I'm just not as down on this pick as I thought I would be.
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Evidently there is some pomp and circumstance surrounding the "Mr. Irrelevant" title.

A touch of irrelevance for Rice
Owls' Ozougwu thankful to be last player taken
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April 30, 2011, 11:04PM

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.Cheta Ozougwu is many things — intelligent, athletic and gregarious, just to list a few. But he has never been more pleased to become irrelevant.

After his hometown Texans chose the Rice defensive end Saturday with the 254th overall pick, the last selection of the seventh and final round of the NFL draft, Ozougwu now carries the title of "Mr. Irrelevant."

"It's truly a blessing," said Ozougwu, a product of Alief Taylor. "I'm very fortunate that (general manager) Rick Smith and coach (Gary) Kubiak gave me the opportunity to play for the team, and I'm very thankful for that."

Smith said the organization will shift Ozougwu (6-2, 255), who finished his career at Rice with 26 tackles for losses and 11 sacks, to linebacker in the transition to the 3-4. Initially, he'll make a living on special teams, but the Texans envision him fitting in at four positions.

"He has a big football IQ," Smith said. "We think he'll find a way to make it in this league."

Track record not good

If he does, he'll be the exception. In 2002, the Texans also had the last selection in the draft. They used it on UNLV defensive tackle Ahmad Miller, who was cut before the regular season began.

Since then, it has been Weber State wide receiver Tim Toone (2010, Detroit), South Carolina kicker Ryan Succop (2009, Kansas City), Idaho linebacker David Vobora (2008, St. Louis), Alabama cornerback Ramzee Robinson (2007, Detroit), Maine wide receiver Kevin McMahan (2006, Oakland), William Penn tight end Andy Stokes (2005, New England), Colorado State linebacker Andre Sommersell (2004, Oakland) and Gustavus Adolphus wide receiver Ryan Hoag (2003, Oakland).

Only Succop and Vobora have stuck. The rest? Historical footnotes whose names and memories are dusted off once a year.


But Ozougwu, who became a starter in the fifth game of his freshman year and was a team co-MVP this season, is different.

Ozougwu, who will graduate May 14 with a degree in economics, was named to the ESPN Academic All-District VI Football Team with a 3.41 cumulative grade-point average. He was the Owls' honoree for the fall Conference USA Spirit of Service awards as well as the school's nominee for the AFCA Good Works Team. Plus, he was among 30 candidates for the 2010 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award and was selected to the 2010 Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Awards second team.

Lowsman Trophy awaits

One ex-Rice player, James Casey, is already on the Texans' roster. Another former Owl, N.D. Kalu, used to play for the Texans. He worked extensively with Ozougwu on his technique and footwork following Rice practices.

"It makes me so proud," Kalu said. "It's like a member of the family got drafted. I'm so happy for him."

Ozougwu is happy, too.

He plans to enjoy Irrelevant Week, when the former Owl and his family will be invited to Newport Beach, Calif., for a celebration of his accomplishment. Speaking to one of his former teammates recently, the possibility of being, well, irrelevant arose, but it was quickly dismissed. Now, he'll be the recipient of not only a check and a trip to Disneyland but also the Lowsman Trophy, a derivative of college football's most prestigious award.

Know how the Heisman features a player striking the stiff-arm pose? The Lowsman depicts a player fumbling the football. Nevertheless, Ozougwu will gladly accept the hardware.

"I don't know too much about it," he said. "I had no idea (Mr. Irrelevant) would be me, but I'm thankful for it. ... It's awesome."
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Maybe, but maybe his medical did not pan out or something. I am not saying PR was the only reason for the pick, just that I think it played a major role.
I am still trying to figure out how a guy basically noone (even in his hometown) has never heard of is a PR pick.
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I am still trying to figure out how a guy basically noone (even in his hometown) has never heard of is a PR pick.
N.D. Kalu made the Texans do it. Actually though did anybody get his reaction to the pick since apparently he has a history with the guy?
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I am still trying to figure out how a guy basically noone (even in his hometown) has never heard of is a PR pick.
He is from Rice. I dont think the name is important, it is the school. A way to get Rice fans paying tickets. Its a seventh rounder, so it is not a big deal, but I think the Texans would have been the front runners to sign Ozougwu in FA, and could have used this opportunity to get someone else.
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When you are down to the 254th pick in the draft, there is no obvious choice left. It´s obvious that they didn`t like some of the boards favorites (Deunta Williams, Ian Williams...) - and neither did any other team. It´s obvious that they don`t believe Herzlich will be a player again someday - and neither did any other team.

So you go down your notes, look at the people you interviewed, and see if there is anyone you would like to give a try. And they saw something in Ozougwu that they liked so much, that they want to bring him in. Did they have to draft him, or would some other team get him in UDFA? We don`t know. But we do know, that he is the player they wanted.

And he fits a need: OLB depth - an intelligent player who could play all LB positions. Good ST player. If it works out, great. If not, well he was the 254th pick - those rarely work out. I don`t know how you can be upset with this pick.

Now let`s see if we can get one of the board favorites in UDFA...
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I wish Michael Jasper fell to us and we made him Mr. Irrelevant! We could use a 400-lbs nose tackle who can move:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyWFh3Lp5u8
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Arian Foster-like good luck is rare.
I wasn't trying to be ugly about that. Just saying they have a lot more resources than most of us fans do. I am no Smithiak fan and I love reading all the opinions on here. That's why I come to this site.

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Ware- 270 lbs
Matthews- 255 lbs
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Lance Briggs-242
James Farrior-243
Dumervil-248

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Nigerian practice squadder.

He will suffer the same fate as OkOye after TC.
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