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Old 04-22-2005   #1
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here is a list of some top talent coming into next years draft, I will attempt to highlite those of particular interest to Texan fans-

QB Matt Leinart, USC
RB Reggie Bush, USC
RB Lynell Hamilton, San Diego State
RB Wali Lundy, Virginia
RB Laurence Maroney, Minnesota
RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
RB DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
WR Ted Ginn Jr., Ohio State
WR Santonio Holmes, Ohio State
TE Tim Day, Oregon
TE Matt Herian, Nebraska
TE Joe Klopfenstein, Colorado
TE Marcedes Lewis, UCLA
TE Leonard Pope, Georgia
OG D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Virginia
OG Max Jean-Gilles, Georgia
OG Grayling Love, Arizona State
OT Darryl Colledge, Boise State
OT Doug Free, Northern Illinois
OT Winston Justice, USC
OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn
OT Andrew Whitworth, LSU
OT Eric Winston, Miami
DE Eric Henderson, Georgia Tech
DE Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College
DE Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech
DE Mario Williams, NC State
DT Orien Harris, Miami
DT Jesse Mahelona, Tennessee
DT Haloti Ngata, Oregon
DT Kyle Williams, LSU
DT Rodrique Wright, Texas

LB Ahmad Brooks, Virginia
LB Bobby Carpenter, Ohio State
LB Chad Greenway, Iowa
LB A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
LB Abdul Hodge, Iowa
CB Charles Gordon, Kansas
CB Devin Hester, Miami
CB Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech
S Jason Allen, Tennessee
S Darnell Bing, USC

around a .500% season would put the Texans around the 20th pick, as you can see there is some talent. I would also like to see a bid for the 2006 draft @ Relient or even the combine. more football the better, 365 24/7
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I thought Adrian Peterson was a freshman last season. If so how would he be able to come out as a sophmore? Will he be 3 years removed from his graduating HS class?
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I think we are a playoff team this year. I think our secondary is one of the best. We get a pass rush our team will be on of the best. I think we lost what was it 4 or 5 games by 8 points or less. With our OL being 1 more year experienced our coaches looking at tapes of New England handling Indy i think we will be close to winning the division.maybe 10-6 season or 9-7. I think 23 is a good place for next season.
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I'd love to see my boy Kiwi in a Texans uni. Ngata, Brooks and Hawk wouldnt be bad either.
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I think at qb u might be able to add Vince Young and Reggie McNeal, i think they are the new generation of qb. Reggie should be a great pro qb. He has a great arm and of course great speed and legs.
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D'Brick is a LT, not an OG...Ngata, Ferguson, Wright, Leonard Pope, Brooks, or Greenway would be great...
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I thought Adrian Peterson was a freshman last season. If so how would he be able to come out as a sophmore?
You thought right. Peterson won't be available until the '07 draft. Same with Ted Ginn.
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I think at qb u might be able to add Vince Young and Reggie McNeal, i think they are the new generation of qb. Reggie should be a great pro qb. He has a great arm and of course great speed and legs.
Wow, and ... um... yeah... shucks...

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Those are all that have the option. I personaly think Bush will stay, and no to put Lendale White on that list shows you need to watch a little more college ball. He KILLED the sooners
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I would also like to see a bid for the 2006 draft @ Relient or even the combine
i don't know how the location of the combine is chosen, but don't hold your breath when it comes to the draft. i don't see it leaving new york for a while.
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If Bush comes out, than the two usc teammates will go 1-2.
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